ONS LOVE WHERE YOU LIVE GRANT
About the Love Where You Live Grant
Urban Upbound and the
Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Safety (ONS)
invite you to apply for a grant with the Love Where You Live Campaign. The Campaign will provide up to 24 grants of $150,000 to non-profit partners who successfully submit an interest form to implement positive programming to specific geographies citywide to promote and improve the safety and well-being of their neighborhoods.
The Love Where You Live Campaign brings the City Cleanup Corps and Culture Corps to
some of the
hardest-hit and most heavily impacted by COVID-19
Grantees will actively engage and hire local and justice involved residents to lead cleaning, greening, and beautification campaigns in their neighborhoods, as well as employ and engage local artists to lead tailored cultural projects with resident stewards to address anti-violence and conduct healing work.
Now accepting applications of a rolling basis/deadline of October 8th for applying. The term of grant begins November 1st.
If you have questions, please email Paul Sawyer at
Are you the person completing this form?
Main point of contact for this project
Point of contact phone number
Point of contact email
What are some of the public safety
challenges your organization is seeking to
address that directly impacts quality of life
and/or issues related to the physical
environment with the LWYL Grant? (200
Briefly describe how your organization will use
this grant to address the challenges you have
described above (budget narrative). (300 words
Please list specific geographic focus areas that
will be targeted in your work with this funding
(neighborhoods, zip codes, etc.).
Please list any other partners you will be working
with to support these efforts.
Please tell us about your organization's relationship to and previous work in the neighborhood/community you propose to serve
Please share your implementation plan to hire
local, and justice involved residents to lead
cleaning, greening, and beautification campaigns
in their neighborhoods with deep roots. How will
you employ and engage local artists to lead
tailored cultural projects with resident stewards
to address anti-violence and healing work?
What would be your methods of capturing
stories, testimonials, creative content, etc?
Please share your action plan including a timeline
of all activities that must be completed in order
to fully implement the project in
2021 (i.e. City permits, permission slips, signed
waivers, community meetings, etc.)
Please attach a budget