St. Lucie County Accepting Applications for 2017 Video Production Grant
The St. Lucie County Communications Division is now accepting applications for its 2017 video production grant program. The grant program will award one 60-second video public service announcement to a not-for-profit organization and/or government agency located in St. Lucie County.
Video Production Grant applications are available now. They must be completed and returned to the St. Lucie County by Monday, March 6. To apply, agencies must be a non-profit and/or government agency with an office in St. Lucie County for at least the past 12 months. The grant will be awarded in late March and production must be completed before December.
- Past winners include:
- Treasure Coast Food Bank
- Sarah’s Kitchen
- Big Brothers/Big Sisters
- The Treasure Coast Chapter of the American Red Cross
- Habitat for Humanity
- The Early Learning Coalition, United for Families, the Florida Forestry Service, United Way of St. Lucie County, Exchange Club CASTLE, Children’s Home Society and 211 of the Treasure Coast and Palm Beaches.