Community Challenge Grant Workshops

WELCOME TO THE FALL 2019 COMMUNITY CHALLANGE GRANT HOMEPAGE FOR SF PARKS ALLIANCE GROUPS!

   

This is the landing page for all the SF Parks Alliance communications about the Fall 2019 Community Challenge Grant Cycle. This page will be updated periodically so please check back for new information.

The Community Challenge Grant will begin accepting applications September 11, 2019 through the deadline of October 16, 2019 @ 5pm. To learn more about CCG, please review the CCG updated schedule and guidelines for the Fall cycle.

If you are a SF Parks Alliance fiscally sponsored Partner, this is a great opportunity to get your project funding! Whether you have been planning a project for 5 years, just a few months, or need some expert advice from your Area Manager to get a project going, we are here to help!

SF PARKS ALLIANCE GRANT WORKSHOPS

There will be TWO grant workshops hosted by SF Parks Alliance for fiscally sponsored Partners. 

Please register to attend the workshops by clicking HERE.

First CCG Grant Workshop (Optional)
Topic: Considering CCG? Join us for a CCG Overview!

Date: Wednesday, August 21
Time: 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Location: 1074 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Refreshments: food & drinks will be provided

Second CCG Grant Workshop (Mandatory)
Topic: You’re applying! Join us for a special info session with CCG Director & SF Parks Alliance staff.
Date: Wednesday, September 25
Time: 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Location: TBD
Refreshments: food & drinks will be provided

Workshop Description:
The first workshop is optional but the second one is MANDATORY if you are applying. The first workshop will be an overview of CCG and will be most helpful to any group who is considering applying, a first time applicant, or anyone needing a refresher around the guidelines. The second workshop will be geared towards groups that have started their applications. Groups will be able to find out about the role that SF Parks Alliance plays and be able to hear from and ask questions directly to Lanita Henriquez, the Community Challenge Grant Director, about what the CCG Advisory Committee (CCGAC) looks for in application.