Grant Opportunities

APPLICATION SYSTEM IS NOW CLOSED FOR THE GLENDALE HOMELESSNESS INITIATIVE

GRANT OPPORTUNITY FOR AREA NONPROFITS AND AGENCIES TO ADMINISTER THE GLENDALE HOMELESSNESS INITIATIVE

The City of Glendale is seeking a qualified subrecipient to develop and implement a comprehensive and strategic response to address homelessness in Glendale. The City has reserved approximately $3.3 million dollars of its HUD funding to this purpose, and will make these funds available to the subrecipient that can demonstrate the effectiveness of its proposed delivery system and the organization’s capacity to carry out the scope of work. The City will expect that submittals propose solutions that creatively use the full flexibility of funding regulations, strategically leverage appropriate partnerships and above all will be effective in addressing homelessness based on the agency’s experience, expertise, and knowledge of homelessness issues.

The attached document provides additional details on the Scope of Work, expectations for program design and outcomes, timeline, funding and proposal requirements. The application was available on ZoomGrants beginning March 8, 2021 and closed March 29, 2021.

Homeless Scope Document                                          ZoomGrants


THE FY2021-22 CDBG APPLICATION IS NOW CLOSED.  

Every year, the City of Glendale accepts applications from community nonprofit organization and government organizations for projects and programs that primarily benefit low- and moderate-income persons. Assistance is provided through a competitive application process. To receive email notifications of scheduling, please email revitalization@glendaleaz.com

To be considered for funding, agencies/projects must meet the following qualifications (including but not limited to);   

  • A 501(c)3 or government agency
  • Be able to provide an audited financial statement
  • Have an active registration with Sam.gov
  • For CDBG- must meet HUD National Objectives
  • For ESG- agency must be able to provide 100% match funds

The City opened the 2021-22 application round for CDBG-Public Service funds on November 30, 2020. Applications were due on the ZoomGrants application system prior to the December 31, 2020 deadline.