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Golf for Grants Tournament a Success

June 18, 2021

EDCUtah’s 2021 Golf for Grants tournament took place June 9 at the Eaglewood Golf Course in North Salt Lake. More than 140 golfers enjoyed a warm, breezy morning of golf, and had plenty of much welcomed, in-person interaction. It was great to catch up with so many colleagues in real time!

The Golf for Grants tournament raises funds for EDCUtah’s Community Match Grants Program, which supports a wide range of economic development projects for cities and counties across the state. The 2021 event has raised more than $46,000 for the program.

Cities and counties interested in applying for training or projects match funding should contact Elvon Farrell, community strategist, at efarrell@edcutah.org.

Here are some details on the next round of grants:

Explanation of Match Grants:
Program Purpose - To provide funding in support of specific economic development efforts that will spur job growth and capital investment in Utah communities.

Types of Match Grants

  • Special Projects Match Grants help Utah communities with unique projects that foster economic growth and development. Available grants are up to $5,000.
  • Professional Development Match Grants enhance the professionalism and expertise of economic development in Utah. Average reimbursement is $1,000.

Application Dates:

  • Open July 6th – Close August 18th (Link coming soon.)
  • Awarding grants on Sept. 1st

Past success story:
Cedar City strategic plan survey

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