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Lowe's Hometowns


Funding Amount


Matching Funds

Funding Cycle

Expected to re-open in January 2024


Any type of project that involves the physical improvement or renovation of a community space is eligible. All grants must go to a local nonprofit that is willing and able to take on the project. Past nominations have included:

Community Resources/Space (e.g. park, senior citizen center, youth center, etc.);
Safe Affordable Housing (e.g. critical repairs for shelters, block of homes, accessible home needs, etc.);
Cultural Preservation (e.g. theatre or memorial renovation, etc.);
Area Revitalization (e.g. a new playground at a community park, community garden, renovations to downtown areas, etc.);
Skilled Trades Education initiatives (e.g. mobile training programs, high school vocational, etc.)

Who Can Apply

This Program is open to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States and the District of Columbia, who are at least twenty-one (21) years of age at the time of nomination

Additional Eligibility Requirements


Additional Information


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