Neighborhood Grants Program (NGP)

VelleyofArtistsGreenfieldNGP is one of the most popular and successful programs at the Community Foundation. Volunteer-led groups may apply for a $500 to $4,000 grant for a project or program that improves their neighborhood. Started in 1997 with a grant from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, NGP is fully integrated into the grantmaking of the foundation. More than $700,000 has been awarded to grassroots groups working to strengthen their communities.

2013 Neighborhood Grants Awarded

2012 Neighborhood Grants Awarded

 

2014 Application (Deadline: Friday, February 21, 2014)

Neighborhood Grants Program Guidelines and Application 2014 (Word)
Neighborhood Grants Program Guidelines and Application 2014 (PDF)

 

 

CicloviaSalinas2014 Aplicación (Fecha Límite: Viernes, 21 de Febrero de 2014)

Programa de Becas para Vecindarios Directrices  y Aplicación 2014 (Word)
Programa de Becas para Vecindarios Directrices  y Aplicación 2014 (PDF)
 

 

 

Grantees Reporting Requirements

AurelioSalazarJr.Groups who receive a Neighborhood Grant are required to submit a final report to the Community Foundation for Monterey County. The report is due twelve (12) months after the Applicant Awards Ceremony. Funded groups who do not submit a final report will be ineligible to re-apply until they have fulfilled this reporting requirement.

Questions? Call 831.754.5880 or contact Aurelio Salazar, Jr., CFMC Program Officer.