The Neighborhood Reinvestment Program provides grant funds to
County departments, public agencies, and to non-profit community
organizations for one-time community, social, environmental,
educational, cultural or recreational needs.
The following links are provided to assist in completing your application:
To submit your grant application, please complete all of the required
fields and attachments.
Organization Background is a brief paragraph about your organization
and include the following at the end:
Today’s allocation of $(insert dollar amount) from the
Neighborhood Reinvestment Program budget to the (insert
organization name) to pay the cost of (list tangible items
you are requesting to purchase).
The Grant Request Statment should include the list of tangible items
you are requesting to purchase. An example of the request format is below:
Allocate $(insert dollar amount) from the Neighborhood
Reinvestment Program budget to the (insert organization name)
to pay the cost of (list tangible items you are requesting to purchase).
The cover letter must include the following information:
- A brief description/history of the organization and the
project for which funds are requested
- A cost estimate for
- A statement regarding whether any Neighborhood
Reinvestment Program grant applications have been submitted to other
Supervisorial District offices for this or any other project and
whether your organization has an active application for a Community
Enhancement Program grant. If so, briefly describe each one and
indicate the amount requested
- Statement that the
organization agrees to spend any funds that may be granted for the
project within 12 months of the grant award
- Any prior
County funding from the Neighborhood Reinvestment Program, the
former Community Projects Program, or the Community Enhancement
Program received by the organization for any project within the past
- A description of not less than one sentence for
each previously funded project including the amount received, and
the date of the grant award.
The cover letter should be addressed to the Supervisorial District
office from which funding is requested. If a request is made to more
than one office, a separate application must be submitted to each office.