Grants to California nonprofit organizations, public agencies, and schools to enhance the quality of life for local residents in eligible locations. Funding is intended to address a wide range of community needs, including health and wellness, community and social context, education, neighborhood and physical environment, and food access. The purpose of the Citizens’ Benefit Fund is to benefit the citizens of Roseville. REACH funds may be distributed to nonprofit organizations to benefit youth, families, and seniors in the South Placer County region.
Community Need Areas:
Food - Increased access to healthier food options for lower income communities
Health and Wellness - Improved physical, mental and behavioral health, and wellness
Community and Social Context - Improved access to arts and cultural resources for all and a kinder more inclusive and connected community
Education - More vocational training and educational opportunities for all ages
Neighborhood and Physical Environment - Improved access to safe and affordable housing for all
Strategic: One-time grants for innovative programs/projects, capital improvements or new initiatives
Operational/Mission Support: Grants for programs/projects that demonstrate effectiveness addressing a community need
Small Request: Grants which can go toward either new programs/projects or support existing operations that have demonstrated effectiveness at meeting community need
Others (see text field entitled "Additional Eligibility Criteria" for clarification)
Additional Criteria for Eligibility
CBF or ARPA: Non-profit 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(4) organizations serving citizens of Roseville are eligible to apply for funding.
REACH Funds are limited to Non-profit 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(4) organizations improving the quality of life for youth, families and seniors in Placer County.
In order to qualify, all applicants must have a current business license with the City of Roseville by the application deadline. This includes non-profits doing business or providing services in Roseville.
Applicant Workshop: January 10, 2023 (5:30pm)
Attendance is strongly advised for applicants.
Timeline or the 2023-2024 Funding Cycle:
- December 5, 2022 Grant Applications available - posted on City website
- January 10, 2023 (5:30pm): Applicant Workshop
- February 6, 2023 Grant Applications due by 5:00 pm
- March 4, 2023 – April 3, 2023: Commissioners review applications in ZoomGrants and score applications
- July 11, 2023 (5:30 pm): Grant Check Presentation
Private School sites and Public School Non-profits: Individual private school sites and public school non-profits (including PTC's, Preschools, Booster Clubs, etc.) are limited to one application per school site. School district foundations are limited to only one application per school site.
Additional Funding Information
Estimated Total Program Funding:
Estimated Size of Grant
- There is no maximum funding request for CBF or ARPA grant applications.
- Small Request: Up to $10,000