The Bloom Where You Are Planted Grant Fund was created by the family of Karl Bloom. Karl's life was an example to so many people about how to give back to your community. He was very involved in helping with extracurricular activities as a way of promoting community, service, and health to our youth. This grant will provide students with financial need the support to allow them to pursue extracurricular activities. Please fill out all the questions below to be considered for the grant. Grant funds will be sent directly to the extracurricular organization. Anyone in Mesa County in grades K-12 is eligible to apply for the grants.
Grades K-7 may have an adult help them to fill out the application form. Grades 8-12 should complete the application themselves. Funds will be paid directly to the organization for the students who receive the grant. First round applications due: April 15, 2020. The next grant cycle will end August 15, and the final one of the year will end on December 15.
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