COMMUNITY SERVICES GRANT PROGRAM
The City of Hillsboro Community Services Grant Program is intended to provide support to local social service agencies that assist in improving the mental or physical condition of Hillsboro's citizens. For purposes of the grant program, social services are defined as programs or activities that address community needs including but not limited to:
- Mental and Physical Health
- Child Care
- Drug and Alcohol Abuse
- Vocational Rehabilitation
- Family Support
- Public Safety
Eligibility requirements are as follows:
- Organizations must be nonprofit social service agencies serving Hillsboro residents.
- Only one grant application per year will be considered for any one organization.
- An agency will only be considered for a grant if all previously awarded grants complied with grant procedures, including filing a six (6) month progress report.
- Grant requests can be made for all project and activity types that provide social services to the citizens of Hillsboro.
The 2014-2015 Community Services Grant Program application process is now CLOSED.
2014-2015 GRANT FUNDING
The City of Hillsboro budgeted $100,000.00 for the Community Services Grant Program for fiscal year 2014-2015. Award amounts typically range from $1,000-$10,000.
Funding for the Community Services Grant Program may be modified or suspended during times of economic downturn, when revenue sources for the City are reduced and/or by City Council consistent with the adopted budget.
2014-2015 GRANT AWARD RECIPIENTS
- Adelante Mujeres
- Adventures Without Limits
- Albertina Kerr Centers Foundation
- Assistance League of Greater Portland
- Boys & Girls Aid
- CASA For Children
- Cascade Aids Project
- Centro Cultural de Washington County
- Community Action
- Community Warehouse
- Domestic Violence Resource Center
- Elders in Action
- HomePlate Youth Services
- Impact NW
- Lifeworks NW
- Love INC of Greater Hillsboro
- Meals on Wheels People
- Oregon Food Bank
- Rebuilding Together Washington County
- Sequoia Mental Health Services
- Shelter at Orenco Station, Sonrise Church
- The Dougy Center
- The Salvation Army
- The Shadow Project
- Tualatin Valley Workshop
- Virginia Garcia Memorial Foundation
- Voices Set Free
- Youth Contact
SIX MONTH PROGRESS REPORTS
If a Community Services Grant was received in December 2014, a Six Month Progress report must be completed and returned by Friday, July 10, 2015 in order for your organization to be eligible for future grant funding through this program. Progress reports will be available online in early June. An email will be sent to grant recipients when they are available.