Many people take pride of the neighborhood they live in and would be happy to help make improvements if they were able to. However, sometimes they simply do not have the money in order to be able to make some of those costly improvements to be made. If one was given $1,000. Would it truly be able to help make a difference in one's community?
The city of Kelowna is offering neighborhood grants which will match funds up to $1,000 in order to help make improvements to the different neighborhoods in the city. These improvements could be to improve the physical conditions of the neighborhood to starting new programs which the residents could benefit from. All of the needs of the neighborhood may not be taken care of, but there is a lot of good which could be done if people want to help make even a small difference.
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