Seven Key Eligibility Considerations
1: CCG provides grants to the following types of organizations:
2: Grantees must meet vendor requirements of the City and County of San Francisco.
CCG funds are issued to San Francisco vendor approved nonprofit organizations with a 501 (c) 3 status. Local community groups, businesses, or schools performing a community project in their neighborhood must have a nonprofit fiscal sponsor. If your group requires help locating a fiscal sponsor, contact Lanita Henriquez at (415) 554-4830 for assistance.
3. The Living Alleys Grant Program is geographically focused on the Market Octavia area plan. Eligible projects must fall within the boundary map detailed within the grant guidelines.
4: Unlike other CCG programs, Living Alleys grants cannot be used to remedy deferred maintenance, abate litter or graffiti, sidewalk or street maintenance, or projects on privately-owned property. The pilot program is focused on capital projects as opposed to maintenance and programming. Projects eligible for this pilot program should be focused on streetscape, public realm, recreation and public open space improvements on city-owned property only.
5. Living Alleys Grant is focused on projects that support the core goals of Living Alleys that emerged from a series of community workshops, including:
6. Projects must demonstrate minimum requirements, and should:
Projects also must not:
7. If awarded funds, grantees must comply with all CCG requirements, including:
Please review the full list of eligibility requirements. The information provided above is a summary of select eligibility criteria and is not intended to replace in whole, or part, the requirements of a grantee as detailed in the eligibility requirements and contract agreement.