McGill Provides Planning and Grant Assistance to 13
PARTF Grant Applicants
Since 1994, the North Carolina Parks and Recreation Trust Fund (PARTF) has awarded matching grants to local governments for parks, public beach access, and state park improvements. The initiative of the program is an aim to improve the quality of life in North Carolina communities by assisting local governments in meeting their park and public access objectives. McGill provided planning and grant assistance to 13 PARTF grant applicants this year, and we were successful in helping those clients secure over six million dollars in funding for their projects.
McGill Parks and Recreation Project Consultant LuAnn Bryan said, “McGill truly appreciates the trust given to us by our clients. We strive to diligently serve each unique community to match their specific needs. We enjoy working with local leaders, stakeholders, and citizens to create an approach that is tailored to their communities needs and desires.”
McGill provided planning and grant assistance for the following projects:
- Holden Beach Pier (Town of Holden Beach) – $500,000
- Community Center North (Town of Fuquay Varina) – $500,000
- Hampstead Kiwanis Park Phase 4 (Pender County) – $500,000
- Lenoir Aquatic and Fitness Center / Soccer Complex (City of Lenoir) – $500,000
- Ashe County Park Expansion (Ashe County) – $500,000
- Francis Farm Bike Park (Haywood County) – $500,000
- Village Park Expansion (Village of Tobaccoville) – $480,000
- Central Pender Park Development (Pender County) – $500,000
- Jack Warren Park Improvements (Town of Lewisville) – $230,940
- Hines Farm Park (Onslow County) – $393,875
- Wildwood Park Development (City of Greenville) – $400,000
- Majestic Oaks Land Acquisition (Town of Sunset Beach) – $500,000
- Calabash Waterfront Park (Town of Calabash) – $500,000
We are excited to be a partner of these communities who have taken the initiative to seek funds in order to enhance the lives of their residents.
McGill recognizes how important grant funding is for getting projects off the ground. Our staff assists many local governments and businesses in finding and securing funding opportunities.
When it comes to researching, planning, writing, and administering grants, our staff has extensive knowledge with the myriad of rules, policies, processes, reports, and deadlines associated with obtaining funding from the federal, state, municipal, and foundation levels. In order to provide our clients with the best service possible, we make it a priority to cultivate and maintain strong relationships with funders.
For more information on how McGill can assist your community with securing funding through PARTF, send an email to email@example.com.