Nano Grants Help To Build Community In Covington
Activities such as art walks for the visually impaired, porch caroling and community park parties make a neighborhood more vibrant. These projects and more have been made possible by Nano Grants, small grants of $250 given out by The Center for Great Neighborhoods of Covington. They are available to residents, students and workers for creative ideas that bring people together.
Here to discuss Nano Grants and the projects they fund are Program Manager of Community Development at The Center for Great Neighborhoods, Kate Esarey, and Westside Action Coalition members, Covington residents and past grant recipients, Mark and Holly Young.