GrowSouth Neighborhood Challenge 2016 Grant Recipients

The GrowSouth Neighborhood Challenge was created in 2012 to award grants to neighborhood groups that present a vision, a passion and a commitment to conduct community-driven projects or programs that address specific neighborhood needs and help improve the quality of life.  In collaboration with Planning and Urban Design – Neighborhood Vitality, the Mayor’s Office seeks to ignite neighborhood community creativity and resident empowerment in the southern sector.

Below are the GrowSouth Neighborhood Challenge Grant Recipients for 2016.

1. Diabetes Health And Wellness Institute- Dallas $10,000
2. Elderwood Neighborhood Association $10,000
3. Friends of Oak Cliff Parks $10,000
4. Kiest Park Community Group $10,000
5. Parkdale/Lawnview Association of Neighbors $10,000
6. Bertrand Neighborhood Association $6,500
7. Behind Every Door $5,800
8. Buckner Terrace Neighborhood $5,500
9. Wynnewood Hills Neighborhood Association $5,500
10. Oak Cliff Family YMCA $5,000
11. Pemberton/Trinity Forest $5,000
12. Elderoaks Civic Association $4,500
13. Hidden Valley HOA/CW & Runyon Springs HOA/CW $4,500
14. Brettonwoods Neighborhood Association $4,200
15. Urbandale Neighbors $3,500