Enterprise City Needs Your Vote For a Grant to Help the City Park
The Enterprise City Park project is to construct a community park/community building here in Enterprise, Utah (population of 1,800). Enterprise City is trying to complete a more than $3,000,000 project with mostly donated funds, labor, equipment, and materials to promote the health and well-being of local youth all the way up to our elderly.
Such a project is a huge undertaking in a small, agricultural community. With such a plan every dollar is utilized to its maximum potential and the City is seeking help to build a community and help it thrive.
Enterprise City has released their student video to aid in winning with your vote. The grant from USA Today depends on each vote. You can vote every day for the next month for the video.
This grant is from “A Community Thrives” at it is a new approach to social impact programs that was developed through a collaboration across the entire USA TODAY NETWORK. While most initiatives designate funds or give support to great charities, they are going to instead fund and support great ideas. This grant is to create solutions to solving communities’ most critical needs.
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