Since 1999, GRM Networks has awarded hundreds of grants to deserving community organizations in its serving territory. To apply for a GRM Community Improvement Grant, download an application below or stop by any GRM Networks business office and pick up an application. Questions should be directed to Jenni Neff, Director of HR and Marketing at 660-748-2575 or email@example.com.
The deadlines for Community Improvement Grant Applications are March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 31 each year.
Download a Community Improvement Grant Application:
3rd Quarter Grants awarded
The Lamoni Volunteer Fire Department, Lamoni, IA, was awarded $500 to help purchase flags and official uniforms for the fire department in Lamoni. Pictured from left to right are GRM Networks CSR Dora Marcus and Lamoni Fire Department Captain Peter Vogel.
The Bethany Kiwanis Club, Bethany, MO, was awarded $500 to purchase clothes for needy grade school children in Harrison County. Pictured from left to right are Kiwanis President Charles Meissan, GRM Networks CSR Mallory Ledgerwood, and Kiwanis Sec/Tres Larry Real.
Other Grant Opportunities
GRM Networks has two major partners that offer grant programs to our customers. Learn more about the grants by clicking on the links provided below. If you have questions, contact Jenni Neff, Director of HR and Marketing, at 660-748-2575.
Apply for a grant for your organization from Aureon (formerly INS). Aureon invites public and private non-profit agencies to submit proposals for consideration in assisting in your charity drives and/or funding of a specific project for your respective communities. Only those communities served by Aureon participating telecommunications companies are eligible to submit proposals.
Learn more at https://www.aureon.com/about/aureon/community/.
As part of its ongoing commitment to rural communities across the country, the Foundation for Rural Service provides annual grants for communities served by NTCA members, which includes GRM Networks®. The goal of this program is to support local efforts to build and sustain a high quality of life in rural America. Grants will be concentrated in four major areas:
- Business Development
- Community Development
Grants can range from $250 to $5000 that go back in to rural communities, every year.
Learn more at https://www.frs.org/programs#grants.