Marysville offers $200,000 in federal grants to nonprofits


The city council set aside funds from the American Rescue Plan Act. Applications must be submitted by April 1.

MARYSVILLE — Grants are available for nonprofit organizations in Marysville providing humane services like assistance with food, utilities, or shelter.

The Marysville City Council earmarked $200,000 from the US Federal Bailout Act for projects for low- and middle-income residents of Marysville earlier this year.

There is no cap on award amounts and the city will allocate funds based on agencies’ demonstrated need, said city spokeswoman Connie Mennie.

Eligible are all 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations that meet minimum insurance requirements, comply with anti-discrimination laws, and provide services in Marysville.

Applications must explain how grant funds will be used to meet a “key need” of Marysville residents. They should also include the services provided, the target population and a budget.

Non-profit organizations can apply online at Questions can be directed to program manager Dave Hall at [email protected] or 360-363-8403. Applications must be submitted by 5 p.m. on April 1.


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