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Posted on: April 1, 2021

City Accepting Applications for Municipal Powers Outsource Grants Until May 7

Twin Falls City Hall

The City Council of the City of Twin Falls is now accepting applications for the FY2021 Municipal Powers Outsource Grants (MPOG) from community organizations.  The grants are designed to provide financial support for organizations that provide programs and/or services that support the mission and vision of the City, and that benefit the residents of Twin Falls.

To be eligible for consideration, applicants must operate as a local non-profit, charitable, educational, civic, scientific, social welfare, religious, health service organization, or a governmental or quasi-governmental unit. Eligible applicants must provide a service expressly granted as a municipal power by Idaho Code, Title 50, Chapter 3 – Municipal Powers.

Successful MPOG applicants will:

    Support the City of Twin Falls mission, vision, and 2030 Strategic Plan focus areas.

    Demonstrate collaboration, coordination, and partnership with other organizations or services to achieve goals, and not duplicate services already provided in the community.

    Address needs within the city that would otherwise be a responsibility of city government to provide or enhance existing city services.

    Contain clearly outlined strategies to accomplish goals.

    Demonstrate a financial need and fiscal responsibility.

Applications for funding (hard copy or electronic) are due on Friday, May 7, 2021 by 4:00 p.m.

Please submit applications to:

Mandi Thompson

PO Box 1907

203 Main Ave East

Twin Falls, ID 83303

mthompson@tfid.org


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