RFCY Grants

On June 5, 2018, Richmond voters approved Measures E and K, known as the Richmond Kids First Initiative, which approved a City of Richmond charter amendment (Article 15) to create a Department of Children and Youth and require that a portion of the General Fund be set aside to fund youth programs and services. The total projected amount available for FY 2021-2022 grant awards is approximately $1.5 million in the initial year. Grants awarded through this process will be for an initial one-year period, July 1, 2021, to June 30, 2022 (FY 2021-2022), which can be renewed up to two additional one-year periods between July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2024, contingent on past year’s grant performance and availability of funds.

The Richmond Fund for Children and Youth FY 2021-24 Request for Proposals and Grant Application is closed.

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All grant applications must be submitted online. To access the RFCY Grant Application, Guidelines, and more, please see below. We will not be accepting any applications until a new grant period is open. Should any questions arise or additional support be needed, please contact youth@ci.richmond.ca.us or (510) 620-6523.

Grant Application Documents

RFCY FY 2021-24 Request for Proposals

RFCY FY 2021-24 Request for Proposals

Proposal Narrative Template (MS Word)

Proposal Narrative Template

Demographics Table             (MS Word)

Demographics Table

Activity and Operations Projections Table (MS Word)

Activity and Operations Projections Table

Budget Template                   (MS Word)

Budget Template

In addition to the Word versions of the Demographics Table and Budget Template above, below are Excel versions if preferred:

Additional Documents

RFCY 2021-2024 Strategic Investment Plan

RFCY 2021-2024 Strategic Investment Plan

2020 Community Needs Assessment Report

2020 CNA Report