APPLY FOR CYCLE 1 GRANT

Claystone Waste is accepting applications for cycle one of the 2021 grant program.

There are two grant cycles every year. One in the spring and then again in the fall. The grant program is available to not-for-profit organizations located and operating within Beaver County. We do not fund projects retroactively, so your application must be for a project that will commence after the grant has been awarded.

We have been working to make some changes to our grant program which will affect the grant application. At the present time, these changes have not yet been finalized, so in the interest of not delaying the 2021 Cycle 1 grant timelines, we are moving forward using the existing forms and program.

If you will not be making an application for this cycle, please keep an eye out for information regarding changes to the program for the fall cycle.

Application forms can be requested by email at connect@claystonewaste.com. Completed applications for cycle one will be accepted until the end of day on May 31, 2021. Please request a form and begin filling it out. The end of the month will come quickly.

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