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Matching Grant

A grant made in the same amount as another grant. For example, a company may match the money its customers donate for breast cancer research up to $10,000. Matching grants are commonly made by corporations, charitable organizations, and governments.
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All information about the matching grants fund, to include eligibility criteria, the submission process, and the application itself, is available on the matching grant website, intermarriedfamilies-genesisprizematch.
The Division of Fish and Wildlife Endangered and Nongame Species Program is offering matching grants to nonprofit groups and agencies for projects directly related to wildlife diversity and education, Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin announced today.
PESHAWAR -- A meeting of the Grants Review of Monitoring Committee (GRMC) of the Economic Revitalization of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA (ERKF) Project was held at the office of SMEDA where matching grants for affected businesses were decided.
The New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority has launched the Community Planning Grant program, which is expected to provide over $1 million in competitive matching grants to New Hampshire municipalities.
C C In 2010, it awarded over a dozen matching grants of $100,000 each to winning entries in seven countries, to tap the economic potential of the 1.
REMT seeks to provide policy and institutional capacity building support at the national level, as well as offer matching grants to co-finance eligible pre-investment activities in the development of REPG and SWH projects.
Matching grants are available for established associations.
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Ten years ago, the city's Office of Community Beautification began distributing matching grants of up to $10,000 to help groups willing to use their own resources to turn eyesores into oases.
The New Rochelle Business Improvement District (BID) provided matching grants to restore five facades as part of the Model Development Block project in the New York City suburban community in Westchester County.
The matching grants, up to $5,000 each, are available to the more than 450 local distributors of Heineken products across the country.
The four Canadian churches received a total of $6 million in matching grants from the Canadian International Development Agency, on top of donations that they raised.