2019 - 2020 Community Assistance Grant Funding
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The FY 2019-2020 application period is now closed.
Questions? Call Human Services at 310-285-1006 to speak with Jim Latta, LCSW, Division Administrator.
Maintaining a social service safety net is a public service policy stated in the City’s General Plan. To this end, the City of Beverly Hills allocates General Fund dollars to Community Assistance Grant Funding (CAGF) which is administered by the Human Services Division.
Agencies funded through CAGF provide social services the City does not provide directly to the most vulnerable members of the community including homeless individuals, active and frail elderly, disabled and low-means residents.
By funding a safety net, the City establishes a continuum of care that improves coordination across providers, increases access and availability of services to community members and supports the quality of life in Beverly Hills.
Applicants will be considered based on the following criteria:
This year the City will once again be accepting applications for cultural grants. These applications must still meet the above criteria 1 and 2, but they also must be existing Beverly Hills organizations, that have demonstrated a history of exemplary cultural opportunities which respond to community needs.
Application Review and Awards for Funding
Proposals are reviewed by the Human Services Division and two commissions. (1) The Charitable Solicitations Commission evaluates each applicant’s finances. (2) The Human Relations Commission evaluates proposed programs and services. Reports from the Human Services Division and the two commissions then inform funding recommendations to City Council. City Council considers this information and determines final funding allocations.
Submission of the following documents is required:
The annual CAGF funding process starts with a request for proposals due in Q1 of the calendar year. Applications are then processed, evaluated and recommended for funding by the parties listed above. The funding cycle covers July 1 through June 30 of each fiscal year.
Applications must be postmarked no later than Friday, February 1, 2019 or submitted to City Hall, Room 250 by 5:00pm on that date.