Multicultural Outreach Programs

Sullivan Renaissance offers several grant programs designed to beautify public spaces, revitalize communities, and engage the diverse cultures of Sullivan County. We embrace diversity and recognize that our multi-cultural neighbors are important stakeholders in the revitalization of our communities.

All grants are subject to the specific eligibility, criteria and timelines associated with the individual programs.  This information is detailed in the grant applications. A summary of Sullivan Renaissance grant programs can be found here.

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Through our Multicultural Outreach Grant Program, eligible applicants may request Neighborhood Outreach Grants, Property Enhancement Grants, or participate in the Community Mitzvah Award Program.

Neighborhood Outreach Grants

This program provides grants to assist organizations and municipalities with beautification projects in multi-cultural residential neighborhoods, as well as outreach to non-English speaking communities. Rolling deadline for grant applications through October 1.

Property Enhancement Grants Click here for application

Property Enhancement Grant Program provides funding to eligible camps and bungalow colonies that are interested in improving the appearance of their property. Eligible projects include enhancing facades, signage, entranceways and gates, planting flower gardens or other landscaping, removing old structures and visible eyesores, replacing fencing, or enclosing dumpsters and recycling areas. Rolling deadline for grant applications through October 1.

Community Mitzvah AwardClick here for application

The Community Mitzvah Award Program engages seasonal residents in a beautification competition and includes an interactive discussion regarding Halachas (codes) of the Talmud that identifies an individual’s responsibility to the earth. The program raises awareness among campers and camp owners/staff about the importance of property aesthetics to the broader larger community. Grant application deadline is March 1.