Does your neighborhood association need money?

Learn how to benefit from neighborhood grants at Heritage Oak Cliff’s spring symposium this coming Saturday.

Heritage Oak Cliff, formerly the Old Oak Cliff Conservation League, hands out thousands of dollars in grants every year to neighborhood associations, which use the money for everything from sign toppers and sidewalk improvements to helping local schools.

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The nonprofit, which raises money via an annual home tour, hosts its spring symposium from 8:30 a.m.-noon Saturday, March 3 at Turner House. The event is free and includes coffee and breakfast tacos.

They’ll offer presentations on how to apply for Heritage Oak Cliff grants, and representatives from City Council and Grow South will present on other available grants.

Register here.

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