Community Service Grant Program
The City Council approved $55,000 to be utilized for approved mini-grant funding for projects benefitting the residents residing within Jurupa Valley. Non-profits may be awarded a grant of up to $5,000 to support a project or program.
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Non-profit organizations are invited to apply for and participate in the Community Services Grant Funding process. The deadline to apply is Friday, September 1, 2023.
If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact Terri Rollings at email@example.com or via phone at (951) 332-6464, ext. 214
Special Olympics Southern California
Funding will be used to launch Jurupa Valley's first adaptive recreational sports program.
Rivers & Land Conservancy
Funding supported up to six beautification projects along the Santa Ana River within the City of Jurupa Valley. Learn more about Rivers & Lands Conservancy.
Jurupa Steelers Football and Cheer
Funding supported much-needed equipment for the field and students, shade for players, and materials and supplies for athletic sports and dance programs.
Queen of Hearts Therapeutic Riding Center, Inc. Equine Therapy Program
Funding was used for horse care and support, supplies, and enhancement of client activities. Learn more about Queen of Hearts Therapeutic Riding Center.
Rotary Club of Jurupa Valley Fresh and Healthy
Funding will be used for materials, supplies, incentives, marketing and education, and entertainment for events.
Friends of Jurupa Libraries Louis Robidoux Chapter Stem Lab Program
Funding allowed for the purchase of high-quality STEMS multi-use tools and materials to remain at the LR Library.
3P's Christian Ministries
Funding will be used for groceries, medical or utility bills, and emergency saving accounts for low-income, elderly, and disabled residents.
Tom Wathen Center Red Barn Aircraft Education Project
Funding was used to purchase much-needed welding equipment and materials for the expansion of hands-on learning opportunities. Learn more about the Tom Wathen center Red Barn Aircraft Education Project.
Huerta de Valle Community Garden Program
Funding to be used for an array of gardening equipment, plants, materials, and supplies, along with marketing and education materials.
Jurupa Valley Boxing Club Youth Boxing Program
Funding will be used to outfit the boxing gym with safe equipment for training and conditioning to enhance youth physically, emotionally, and mentally.
Smiles 4 Miles
Funding will pay for much-needed equipment, logistics, supplies, and materials.