Matching Grant

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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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The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) is in discussion with the Treasury on incentives and matching grants for domestic direct investments (DDIs) and hopes it can be announced under the Budget 2020.
Through the Berks Alliance, the chamber is providing matching grants to businesses in parts of downtown Reading that can be used toward improvements to a building's external appearance, lighting and storefront security.
Adamu added that stakeholders were awaiting the decision of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) on the reduction of matching grants for state governments.
In July 2018, the California Department of Food & Agriculture, or CDFA, awarded two matching grants for a total of $3M to build biomethane digesters at the first two dairies in the Aemetis biogas project.