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AWS InCommunities Louisa County Fund

US$100,000 | Louisa County, Virginia.

Proven ideas and funding for your community

The AWS InCommunities Louisa County Fund will help nonprofit organizations operating in the county to start or expand a community project. Interested applicants can apply for up to $10,000 in funding to launch new projects, expand existing projects or introduce one of 5 established community programs (included below) with proven positive impact around the topics of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math (S.T.E.A.M.) Education, Environmental Sustainability or Cultural Heritage. This initiative is part of AWS InCommunities' long-standing commitment to being a good neighbor by supporting and helping deliver innovative programs that will have a lasting impact in communities where AWS has a presence. Applications will be accepted from April 1st to June 1st, 2024.

How it works
  • Select an idea listed below or submit your existing project and register to get your project page
  • Use your project page to complete the 30 Day Challenge
  • Submit a photo and your action plan
  • Let us know what impact you are having in your community
Who can apply
  • You are applying on behalf of a nonprofit organization.
  • You organization has operations in Louisa County.
  • You're passionate about building a thriving community.
What you get
  • Seed funding to start your selected idea
  • Free starter resource pack, mentorship and technology tools to get started
  • Additional impact funding, once you report back on the social impact of your active project

Explore ideas

Choose an idea to start in your community. See terms & conditions.
This fund has closed for applications. You can still start ideas without funding, or check for other live funds in your area.
  • CoderDojo

    Teach kids in your community to code in a fun and collaborative environment

  • Rigamajig

    Bringing Rigamajig to Communities Worldwide

  • Eartheasy School Garden

    From launching your garden committee to hosting a school-wide ‘dig day’, learn how to start a school garden for education, eating, and fun.

  • Little Free Pantry

    A grassroots movement of neighbors feeding neighbors through the creation of little free pantries.

  • Spreading Joy Through Books

    Get beautiful Book Dash books to children in your community to bring them joy, support their health and happiness and build their future -- all you have to do is send our book files to a copy shop or printer and they will do the rest!

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