Connected Corridor Phase Three grant process — Deadline for applications extended

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connected-corridor-phase-threeThe Connected Corridor Vision: Create a “Blueprint for the Future” for implementation on other Long Beach corridors

The Connected Corridor team has announced the availability of grants to community groups that are able to produce greater collaboration, community empowerment and civic engagement in the Phase Three area. Grant applications were made available online on November 20, 2009 at

The deadline for submitting grant applications has been extended until Monday, December 21.

Please download this grant application, complete each question, and submit it to  by December 16, 2009 December 21 at noon. You may also mail it to Attention: Carina Cristiano Leoni, Leadership Long Beach, 3939 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 201, Long Beach, CA 90807. It must be postmarked by December 16, 2009 December 21 at noon. Thank you for your interest in building the community along the Atlantic Corridor.

Grant writing workshops were held at Long Beach Community Action Partnership (3012 Long Beach Blvd) earlier this month to help applicants prepare. Attending a grant writing workshop is not required, but it is recommended.

For more information about the Leadership Long Beach Connected Corridor, contact Carina Cristiano Leoni by calling 562) 997-9194.

This is made possible by Long Beach Community Foundation through a transformational grant by John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

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