2014 Grant Program
Projects must be largely automobile and/or labor heritage related and must deal with: Revitalization of our historic automotive and labor structures through preservation, Interpretation efforts which attempt to tell the story to a broad audience, Education activities which engage a specific audience and creates increased appreciation of our heritage and Tourism projects which promote the region and its heritage activities.
For more questions, please contact the MotorCities Challenge Grant Program Coordinator:
Brian Yopp at 313-259-3425313-259-3425 x 307 or email@example.com.
Applications were due May 30, 2014.
All applicants will be informed of acceptance or denial by mid-June.
Use the PDF version of grant application as a guide for elements of the grant that you should prepare prior to beginning the online process.
You can save your progress at any point throughout the process by clicking the “Save Progess & Resume Later” link.
Documents can be uploaded as doc,docx, xls, xlsx, and pdf formats
Challenge Grant Application PDF version (for reference only. Only applications submitted via the online system will be considered.)