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Strategic Partnerships for Community Services Grant Funding

The City of Georgetown is now accepting applications from eligible 501(c)3 agencies for Strategic Partnerships for Community Services Grant Funding for the City’s 2020-21 fiscal year, which begins October 1, 2020.

To apply for funds, the attached application form and supplemental materials should be filled out and submitted no later than June 1, 2020 (deadline date). Funding decisions will be made by the City Council in compliance with the attached Policy and Funding Guidelines subject to the availability of funds.

The Policies and Guidelines are attached for your information. The minimum grant that can be applied for is $10,000 and the maximum grant that can be applied for is $50,000.

Additionally, the City Council has an established Strategic Partnerships for Community Services (SPCS) Advisory Board and this Advisory Board will review all of the applications that are received. The SPCS Advisory Board will then make funding recommendations to the City Council for potential approval in the FY 2020-21 Grant Cycle. Please review the Policy and Guidelines, the instructions for the Grant Application and the Program Budget very carefully to ensure that ALL sections of the Grant Application and Program Budget are completed in their entirety in accordance with the instructions.  The Applications will be reviewed based on the agencies’ eligibility per the Policy and Guidelines, as well as the completeness of the applications. INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR FUNDING.

Please visit this link to download your application and all supporting materials.

Mail or hand deliver your completed application to:

City of Georgetown

Strategic Partnerships for Community Services Grant Funding

Attn: Shirley J. Rinn
City Hall
P.O. Box 409
808 Martin Luther King Jr. St.
Georgetown, TX  78627-0409

You can also e-mail them to Shirley Rinn at the e-mail address below.  However, if you do e-mail the grant application, please let her know that they were e-mailed so she will be aware that you sent them.


If you should have any questions regarding the Application or the Policy and Guidelines, you may reach Shirley J. Rinn at or 512-930-3723.

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