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 $800,000 has been awarded to grassroots groups working to strengthen their communities.

2014 Neighborhood Grants
2013 Neighborhood Grants
2012 Neighborhood Grants

2014 Application (The deadline has past for 2014)

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

CicloviaSalinas2014 Aplicación (Fecha Límite: 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)
 

Grantee 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.