Madera County agencies, schools, and non-profit organizations have until March 1 to submit applications for the 2013 Community Grant Program of the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians and Madera County.
Now in its seventh year, the Community Grant Program will ultimately span 10 years and filter $10 million into the County. The Picayune Ranch-eria, through a cooperative agreement with the county, funds the program. Previous projects supported by the program include Boys & Girls Club of Oakhurst, Holy Family Table Capital Improvements, Madera Community Food Bank Modernization, Toys for Tots, SLS Foundation tutoring for low income students, and Chowchilla Fair Improvement Project.
Grant applications are available at the offices of the Madera County Board of Supervisors at 200 West Fourth St. in Madera, or online at www.madera-county.com.
For information contact the Board of Supervisors office at 675-7700 or supervisors www.madera-county.com.