PHOTO: Heritage Mark, 5606 N. Navarro St., received a $1,000 matching grant from Keep Victoria Beautiful to plant trees.
Keep Victoria Beautiful has awarded two matching grants to local organizations looking to spruce up their community by beautifying their own properties.
- Heritage Mark, 5606 N. Navarro St.: $1,000 match for planting trees
- Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 3103 E. Mockingbird Lane: $1,000 match for decorative signage and flowerbeds
Under the terms of the program, the recipients must commit to maintaining their projects for at least three years.
How it’s funded
PHOTO: Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 3103 E. Mockingbird Lane, received a $1,000 matching grant from Keep Victoria Beautiful for decorative signage and flowerbeds. The flowerbeds will be filled later.
KVB’s beautification grants are fully sponsored by H-E-B’s Community Investment Program and LyondellBasell.
Keep Victoria Beautiful accepts donations through its membership and partnership programs. To learn more and to donate to KVB, visit www.victoriatx.gov/kvb.
How to apply
Local businesses, apartments, nonprofits, neighborhood associations, homeowner associations, schools and other community organizations can apply for the beautification grants.
To apply and to view a full list of program guidelines, visit www.victoriatx.gov/kvb.