Glendale’s Community Revitalization office will conduct a grant application orientation and workshop addressing key elements of the 2016-17 funding cycle; including, the process of applying for Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) and Home Investment Partnerships (HOME) program funds. All interested non-profits are invited to attend the workshop 1 p.m. Sept. 9 in Room B3 (basement level) of Glendale City Hall, 5850 W. Glendale Ave.
Glendale employees will be explaining the online application system, “e-C Impact” which is designed to streamline the application process used to apply for grants; grants administration, and the contract and construction phase of awarded projects.
“This workshop will walk people through the application process from submittal of the letters of intent to address the priorities of Glendale’s City Council to assist with essential needs of Glendale residents, including food, utilities and shelter; homeless prevention and several other public service programs that benefit low and moderate income persons,” Gilbert Lopez, Glendale Community Revitalization Manager, said.
The workshop is free, but participants must register by calling the Community Revitalization Division at 623-930- 3670, TDD 623-930-2197, or AZ Relay Service Number 711.