Community Grants Program

Overview

Each fiscal year, the Laguna Niguel City Council provides grant funding for Community Services/Cultural Arts/Community Special Events programs. These funds are allocated by the City Council in recognition of the important role that the many human services organizations and cultural programs play within the community. 
 
Grants are available to non-profit organizations that provide services in Laguna Niguel for Laguna Niguel residents and/or provide services for students attending schools that serve Laguna Niguel residents.

FY 2022-2023 Grants Program

The City is currently accepting grant applications for the Fiscal Year 2022-23 Community Services/Cultural Arts/Community Special Event Grant Program. 
 
Organizations interested in applying must complete the grant application and provide their most recent Treasurer's Report or Financial Statement**. For a complete list of grant requirements, please view the City Grants and Sponsorships Policy. 
 
To be considered for funding, grant applications must be received by mail to the following address or by email to Management Analyst Favian Bravo at fbravo@cityoflagunaniguel.org by no later than Wednesday, August 31, 2022, at 5:00 p.m

Grant awards are expected to be announced at a City Council meeting in October 2022. Organizations that are awarded funds will be required to submit an annual report, on a form which will be provided by the City at a later date, to report their expenditures by June 30, 2023.
 
 City of Laguna Niguel 
 Attn: Favian Bravo 
 30111 Crown Valley Parkway
 Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
 
For more information or to request a grant application by mail, please contact Senior Management Analyst Dorna Farhadi at (949) 362-4387 or Management Analyst Favian Bravo at (949) 362-4348. 

Grant Application  

City Grants and Sponsorships Policy


 ** Capistrano Unified School District (CUSD) is not required to submit a Treasurer's Report or Financial Statement as part of their grant application.