Accommodations Tax Grant Applications will be accepted until Friday, 29th at 5:00 p.m. for the 2022 application period. Please contact us at email@example.com or 843.383.3015 if you have any questions.
Complete and submit this form to apply for a City of Hartsville Accommodations Tax Grant.
Use this form to apply for Accommodations Tax Grants. Grants are provided to public and private nonprofit organizations to support projects that promote tourism, the arts and cultural events; facilities and services for civic and cultural activities, or support for tourist-related services.
Awards for Accommodations Tax Grants are in June each year.
Please note that all required information and attachments must be provided for the application to be submitted. The following documents are required with your application; an area to attach them is provided at the bottom of this form. The required documents are:
A detailed report outlining the previous Grant rewards must be turned in to the Finance Department at City Hall by May 1st explaining how the money was spent, completion of the project, attendance, financial report, etc.
If this requirement is not completed or not turned in by the due date, the City of Hartsville has the right to audit the Grantee's books or at the Grantor's expense to appoint an independent certified public accountant to conduct such an audit, should questions concerning the eligibility of the Grantee's use of the funds awarded by City Council.
If you have any questions about these grants or your application, please feel free to contact the City of Hartville Finance Department at 843.383.3015 or firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be glad to assist.
Record numbers in the fields below, as requested by The Tourism Expenditure Review Committee, for the project's previous year and this year. Numbers are to reflect attendance and funds received for projects for current and previous years.
When considering attendance, tourists are generally defined as those who travel at least 50 miles to attend; however, the Committee considers every project on an individual basis.
Provide one or more documents that detail the program or event and its strategy, goals, objectives, and budget.
Provide a letter from the IRS certifying the organization's current registration as a 501(c)(3) or 501(d) organization.
Provide a letter from the SC Secretion of State certifying the organization's current registration as a charity organization.
All applications must be filled completely and accurately to be considered for funding.