Neighborhood associations can apply for project funding through the following avenues:

Neighborhood Project Fund
The Neighborhood Project Fund supports new neighborhood associations and projects initiated by established associations throughout Muncie. It is made possible through the generous support of the Ball Brothers Foundation. Amount may not exceed $500. More details.

CreatINg Places Crowdfunding Grant Program
The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) and offer the “CreatINg Places” place-based crowdfunding grant program for projects in Indiana communities or neighborhoods which contain a traditional downtown or traditional neighborhood commercial node. Non‐profit entities and local units of government are eligible to apply.

Eligible projects must raise at least $5,000 (up to $25,000) through Patronicity to be considered for matching funds from IHCDA. More details.

Impact Grants
The Delta Phi Chapter of Tri Kappa in Muncie awards a $10,000 grant to a local nonprofit organization for projects that benefit the needs of citizens and organizations in Muncie and Delaware County, reach a broad segment of the community with needed services which are presently not provided, enhance or improve institutional or organizational self-sufficiency, and/or act as a catalyst for action and community participation. More details.

Charitable Grants
The Delta Phi Chapter of Tri Kappa in Muncie awards grants from $250-$1,000 for work that generally focuses on the areas of charity, culture and education. More details.