The charter of the King William Association aims to preserve and promote the “early life and cultures of San Antonio…as reflected in home life, government, religion, education, industry (work) and the arts and crafts.” In addition, early life and culture includes structures, infrastructure, documents, records, and related aspects of business.
For those interested in applying for the The King William Community Cultural Development Fund Grant Program please click the link below and follow the instructions.
The King William Association Grant Program
2019 - 2020
The King William Association (KWA) promotes the welfare of the King William neighborhood by preserving the historic and residential nature of the neighborhood and fostering educational, recreational, and cultural activities. At the discretion of the board of directors, KWA provides grants to schools and other organizations serving the King William neighborhood and its residents. Since 2001, more than $500,000 has been granted.
The King William neighborhood is bounded by:
ü The south side of East César E. Chávez Boulevard from the west side of South Presa Street to the east side of South Flores Street.
ü The east side of South Flores Street from the south side of East César E. Chávez Boulevard to the north side of South Alamo Street.
ü The north side of South Alamo Street from the east side of South Flores to the east side of the San Antonio River.
ü The east side of the San Antonio River at South Alamo Street to the north side of Eagleland Drive.
ü The north side of Eagleland Drive from the east side of the San Antonio River to the west side of South Presa Street.
ü The west side of South Presa Street from the north side of Eagleland Drive to the south side of East César E. Chávez Boulevard.
Grants are awarded on an annual basis dependent on the KWA budget. There is no minimum or maximum amount, but grants generally do not exceed $10,000.
Working to meet the goals of KWA, grants may be used for a variety of purposes including program support, physical projects, or program development. Grants are not given for political activities, lobbying efforts, support for deficit financing, repayment of debt, non-charitable purposes, religious activities, or to directly benefit an individual or private enterprise. For more information about KWA, visit www.ourkwa.org, where our charter and bylaws are available.
ü Ten hard copies of the application packet should be delivered to KWA by 3:00 pm on Friday, July 26, 2019. The application packets consists of the following:
1. A cover letter introducing your organization’s mission and goals and an acknowledgement that the organization has reviewed this application, as evidenced by the signature of the executive director, chief executive officer, or president of the board of directors. For a school project, the letter should be signed by the school on school letterhead.
2. An operating budget for the current fiscal year for your organization and your project.
3. Unless you are applying as a school, a copy of your IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit organization determination letter.
4. The one-page grant application form, below.
5. The one-page project narrative statement, below.
6. Other information you wish to include to support the project, not to exceed two pages.
ü Do not assume something will be considered by the evaluators unless it is included in the application packet.
ü You will not be notified if any items are missing from your application.
ü The project must be underway (or may be completed) within two months of grant receipt; if not, an extension request must be submitted. Failure to satisfy these timelines will likely result in ineligibility for future grants.
ü During the course of the project, two written reports must be submitted to KWA. The dates for these written reports are flexible and are generally expected at 50% completion (but no later than January 31, 2020) and 100% completion (but no later than May 30, 2020). Failure to deliver the reports will likely result in ineligibility for future grants.
ü To ensure these requirements are understood, all awardees must sign a Memorandum of Agreement. Failure to timely sign the Memorandum will void the grant.
Notification of grant awards is planned no later than September 1, 2019.
A formal presentation of grants is planned for 7:00 p.m. September 4, 2019.
Location to be determined.