matching funds


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Noun1.matching funds - funds that will be supplied in an amount matching the funds available from other sourcesmatching funds - funds that will be supplied in an amount matching the funds available from other sources
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This year public school teachers will have two funding opportunities for their classroom projects matching funds and energy-efficiency funds.
How many times have you tuned into your local NPR station and instead of the regularly scheduled program you've heard "If we get 20 donations by the end of this hour, a generous donor will give us $500 in matching funds"?
The Port of Bellingham will spend $75,000 in matching funds for economic development projects in Blaine, Sumas, Ferndale and Lynden this year.
These potential grantees--representing 11 states--must secure matching funds by next month in order to receive program funding.
The grant is funded by technology legislation passed last summer and provides $38 million in matching funds for K-12 technology infrastructure.
Under the new program, Health Mart will provide matching funds and marketing tools and campaigns to assist franchisees in raising consumer awareness of their stores and health care offerings, helping them retain existing pharmacy patients and attract new ones.
IN 1998, Arizona adopted a "Clean Elections" law that gave publicly financed candidates matching funds so they could keep up with the spending of their privately financed opponents.
"Following the tsunami, the matching funds were allocated in full to those who raised the funds upon the presentation of a viable and effective proposal.
It's not likely that school districts will see capital matching funds from the state anytime soon.
Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project (ASAP) is making matching funds available to farmers through a program funded by the North Carolina Tobacco Trust Fund Commission.
Despite tough economic times, state and private organizations have had no trouble coming up with matching funds for NAWCA projects.