APPLY FOR A GRANT
The Collierville Twentieth Century Club Grants Program provides funding for Collierville-based arts and cultural organizations as well as education and community life projects that take place in Collierville. They are designed to promote long-term growth in Collierville and to meet short-term funding needs. Funds for these grants re generated through the Twentieth Century Club's Fair on the Square each May. There are four grant categories: Education, The Arts. Community Life, The Environment. There is no minimum grant request, but should not be more than $500.
The deadline for grant requests is October 1, 2022.
GRANT RECIPIENTS 2019
Every year the club gives out grants to many Collierville organizations to help our fellow townspeople. We got the great opportunity to give out over $28,000 in Grants this year. We are so excited to be able to help our town. Below are the grant recipients and the organizations that received grants.
Sycamore Elementary School, New Day Theatre, West Collierville Middle School, Tara Oaks Elementary School, Collierville High School, and Collierville Art Council
Sycamore Elementary School, Collierville Middle School, Collierville High School, Tara Oaks Elementary School, West Collierville Middle School
Bailey Station Elementary School, Schilling Farms Elementary School and Crosswind Elementary School
YMCA, Junior Auxiliary of Collierville, Collierville Chamber of Commerce, Friends of the Morton Museum, SRVS, Collierville Connected, Town of Collierville, Collierville Citizen Police Association, Project Graduation with Collierville High School, Collegiate Life, Collierville Farmers Market, Leadership Collierville, Southern Reigns Center for Equine Therapy, Page Robbins, Collierville Literacy, The Women's Advocacy Center, and Linda Kerly Senior Center
Friends of the Morton Museum, and Project Gradution