Program Grants - FY22

Program Grant
Program Grants provide up to $300,000 over three years for non-profit agencies with the capability and action plan to measurably impact at least one CCPD Goal.

Funds can be used for projects with a well-documented plan-of-action that is likely to result in measurable change to a relevant crime/safety problem. Successful agencies will:
     - Communicate a clear understanding of the related crime/safety problem
     - Describe how the project is directly related to crime/safety
     - Outline a clear and logical plan for evaluating the project’s impact 
     - Document the causes of the crime/safety problem and how each problem will be resolved

     - Demonstrate how the agency is likely to be successful by adding the requested funding

To be considered for funding, agencies must:
     1. Meet the requirements listed in the Funding Announcement
     2. Submit the necessary application information in the ZoomGrants™ online portal
     3. Respond by the due date listed below.

Important Dates:
The Program Grants category utilizes rolling deadlines to review submissions as they are received. Tentative submission schedules are based on the date an agency submits their concept paper to the ZoomGrants™ system. Grants will be awarded based on the merits of the submission and availability of funds. A full description of the requirements can be found at the website above.

     Funding Information Posted* April 1, 2021
     Concept Paper Training Video Released  April 15, 2021
     Open for Submission April 30, 2021 
     Concept Paper Due  Before March 30, 2022 
     Remaining Tentative Schedule  Subject to Concept Paper submissio

Documents and Links:
     - Program Grants Request for Proposal
     - Concept Paper Training

     - Link to Concept Paper Training Video
     - Link to online Concept Paper application
     - Questions and Answers: Updated Weekly
     - Program Grants Contract Template
     - Funding Summary

For More Information or to Submit a Question, Contact:
Liz Garza,


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