Home » Arts and Culture » Community Grant Program (Civic Arts and Youth) – California

Community Grant Program (Civic Arts and Youth) – California


The City of Pleasanton is seeking applications for its 2022-23 Community Grant Program.

Donor Name: City of Pleasanton

State: California

City: Pleasanton

Type of Grant: Grant

Type of Entity: Community-based Organization

Deadline (mm/dd/yyyy): 01/19/2022

Size of the Grant: $7,500


Community Grant funds may be requested for the following project uses:

  • Seed Funding (new projects or programs);
  • Capital Projects (semi or permanent physical facility amenity);
  • Operational (direct services only, excludes administrative expenses).

General Funding Priority will be given to those applications requesting the following:

  • One-time only or matching funds, and that serve a large number of Pleasanton residents, meet identified community needs.
  • Specific goals/strategies in the Pleasanton Cultural Plan and/or Youth Master Plan.

Funding Information

The maximum funding request amount per application is $7,500.


  • At the time of application submittal, applicants must have:
    • non-profit status;
    • a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt identification number; and
    • A valid City of Pleasanton business license.
  • Applicants must be a community-based organization.
  • The proposed project must provide direct services to Pleasanton residents in the arts or youth services areas.
  • Applicants who represent funding foundations or other funding agencies are only eligible for projects that provide a specified direct service to Pleasanton clients or participants only.
  • Funds cannot be used as pass-through dollars for scholarships or agency administration services.
  • Funds cannot be used to reimburse travel expenses, or any costs associated with competitions or exhibitions.
  • Applicants must quantify the total number of project participants, audience members, spectators, or clients, and clearly specify how many Pleasanton residents the proposed project will serve.
  • The applicant agency must have a Pleasanton resident on its governing board.
  • Applicants who propose a project that identifies other agency collaborations must submit a separate affidavit form completed by each supporting agency along with the application. This form can be downloaded in the Documents section of ZoomGrants.
  • Applicant programs or services must be accessible to the public.
  • Projects involving or requiring religious beliefs or activities are not eligible for funding.

For more information, visit City of Pleasanton.

Looking for Grants? Become a Member to search and filter grant information and receive latest grant alerts in your email inbox. Learn more.