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Sewell offers latest edition of her guide to grants


U.S. Rep. Terri A. Sewell, D-Selma, announced that her office has released its latest “Guide to Grants” newsletter. The federal government awards billions of dollars in grants to grow the economy, improve infrastructure, and do various other things. Sewell’s office helps her 7th Congressional District constituents understand how the grant process works.

“I am honored to represent the 7th Congressional District of Alabama,” Sewell said. “One of the most important responsibilities as your representative is to provide you with information about funding opportunities. Now more than ever, grant opportunities are vital to the success of our local governments, organizations and other entities.”

“This weekly guide will identify federal and foundation grant opportunities to assist you in goals for our communities,” Sewell said. “This Guide will include links to grant writing resources to help you make your proposals more successful. This Guide will also describe new funding opportunities for economic development, infrastructure, healthcare and educational projects as example. In addition, I am pleased to provide a Letter of Support for grant application projects in the 7th Congressional District of Alabama. Please let us know when grants are awarded, especially if you found the opportunities in the Guide to Grants. “

For more information, visit Congresswoman Sewell’s website.

At the website, you can subscribe to Guide to Grants and see previous editions of Sewell’s Weekly Guide to Grants.

Terri Sewell is the first black woman to represent Alabama in the U.S. Congress. The 7th Congressional District is Alabama’s only majority-minority district. It stretches from Hoover to Birmingham, to Bessemer, to Tuscaloosa, to Greensboro, to Livingston, to Eutaw, to Demopolis, to Linden, to Thomasville, to Selma, to Camden, to Montgomery and encompasses 8,780 square miles.

Sewell worked as an attorney prior to her election to Congress. She is in her fifth term representing the people of the 7th District.

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Brandon Moseley is a senior reporter with over nine years at Alabama Political Reporter. During that time he has written 8,697 articles for APR. You can email him at [email protected] or follow him on Facebook. Brandon is a native of Moody, Alabama, a graduate of Auburn University, and a seventh generation Alabamian.



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