Kaysinger staff is experienced in preparing a wide variety of grant applications, as well as administering a variety of funding opportunities. Throughout Kaysinger’s history, staff has overseen and managed hundreds of projects successfully; including preservation projects for the Bates, Henry, and Vernon County Courthouses, a new Health Department for Hickory County, property acquisition for a domestic violence shelter, sidewalk expansions, and infrastructure improvements in Warsaw and El Dorado Springs, a new community center for Weaubleau, and strategic plans for economic development and recreational trails, and much, much more.
Communities in the Kaysinger region may apply for many different funding resources when trying to update or improve infrastructure or start programs to address needs. Kaysinger staff offers local governments and non-profits a wealth of grant writing experience, expertise, and success. Grants are typically used for community improvements such as water and sewer systems, bridges, fire stations, senior and community centers, and sidewalks as well as drainage improvements and housing demolition.
A grant application can be complicated and time-consuming so, let us help! Grant writing is one of the many services Kaysinger offers member communities, and our staff has the skills, experience, and expertise needed to prepare high-quality grant applications. Once a grant is approved, Kaysinger staff is also available on a contract basis to provide the day-to-day administration to help ensure the scope of work is completed in accordance with state and/or federal guidelines and all necessary reporting is accomplished successfully.