The City of Dublin invites interested community-based organizations to apply for available funding through the City of Dublin Human Services Grants Program. The City’s intent is to provide grant funds as leverage or matching funds to other funding sources, thereby, increasing services for the residents of Dublin. Eligible activities include, but are not limited to, human services activities; legal activities; childcare activities; senior activities; counseling services; youth services; and housing services. Grant funds must be used for the direct provision of services to Dublin residents; CDBG funded activities must serve low- or very low-income residents and meet all other Housing & Urban Development (HUD) requirements.
This funding is available for use from July 1, 2023, through June 30, 2024. Grant funding is not guaranteed, and is dependent on the availability of anticipated CDBG funds from the Alameda County Housing and Community Development Agency and/or the City of Dublin General Fund. This is a competitive funding process, based on available funding. It is possible that programs may only be partially funded or not funded at all.
To qualify for Dublin funding, applicants MUST ATTEND the mandatory informational workshop on Wednesday, December 7, at 10:00 a.m. The workshop will be held via an online virtual format. To attend a workshop, please register by contacting Human Services Staff at 925-833-6645 or email@example.com. The link to the online meeting will be provided upon registration.
Information on how to access the online application and grant requirements will be presented at the mandatory informational workshops. More information on the program may be obtained by visiting the City’s website at www.dublin.ca.gov/grants.
For questions about the process, please contact Human Services Staff at 925-833-6645.