Neighborhood Purpose Grant
What is a Neighborhood Purpose Grant:
A Neighborhood Purpose Grant is applied for by a 501 (c) 3 Non-profit organization or an LAUSD public school to request a grant from the Neighborhood Council that will benefit the community or serve a public purpose.
Steps to apply:
- Fill out the attachments below to apply for the Neighborhood Purpose Grant. The guidelines in the Submission Checklist should be scrupulously followed.
- Send completed application to Treasurer Joan Potter, and copy Second VP Antonio Castillo. All paperwork along with the IRS determination letter, or letter written on school letterhead paper must be submitted at least one week before the scheduled board meeting, so that committee members may examine the application.
- Once all the paperwork is in order, the applicant must attend the HHPNC Board meeting where the application is voted on by the board.
- Once approved, applicant must fill out an accountability form to show the Board and community how the grant was used.
- ***Please note that new City policy requires all fund recipients to provide a W-9 tax form. The City of Los Angeles sends 1099 tax forms to all funding recipients every fiscal year.
NPG Application Version 1 – Use this version which is a fillable PDF form that can be emailed.
NPG Application – Version 2 – Use this application if you are printing out the application to fill out by hand for faxing or mailing.
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