Community Development - Grants
The Community Development Division assists with several grant programs
The FY14/15 General Funds Funding Criteria and Application Guidelines were designed to help organizations write more effective grant applications. The guidelines provide a greater understanding as to why each question is important to the Housing and Human Services Commission (HHSC), what the HHSC hopes to learn about an organization from a particular question, and how the HHSC will evaluate each section of the grant application.
The Application is now available through e-CImpact. If you are a new agency to the process, you must contact Mary Beth Lawler at Valley of the Sun United Way, she provides technical assistance. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org and phone number is 602-631-4856. To complete a Registration Form please contact her.
If you need assistance with questions on the Application, please contact Jeanne Bosarge at 480-782-4358.
Thank you for your interest in the City of Chandler grant process.
Human Services Grants
Social Service Fund (SSF)
The City of Chandler’s Social Service Fund is general fund dollars that grants funding to non-profit agencies that provide basic needs to low and moderate income Chandler residents. Examples of possible eligible program activities include clothing and food banks, shelter and transitional living programs, financial assistance, and elderly care services.
Acts of Kindness (A-OK)
The City of Chandler’s Acts of Kindness funding comes from Chandler residents who donate a dollar on their monthly utility bill. This program is an easy way for Chandler residents to support the community by donating to the Acts of Kindness program. Acts of Kindness funds are granted to non-profit agencies that provide basic needs such as food, shelter, clothing, medical services and transportation to low and moderate income Chandler residents.
Youth Enhancement Program (YEP)
In 1994, Mayor and City Council established the Youth Enhancement Program to support the development and operation of programs for Chandler youth ages (0–18). Youth E