The mission of the City General Fund Grants Program is to provide funding to support outside agencies and organizations that care for the needs of Medford residents with programs and services the City itself either cannot, or does not, provide due to lack of facilities, staffing, funding, or other limitations. City Council has determined that it will fund social and health service organizations and agencies that provide essential safety net services to the citizens of Medford.
Eligible applicants must be a 501(c) (3) non-profit or other eligible tax exempt organizations which provide essential safety net services to City of Medford residents. The City defines essential safety net services as those providing assistance for emergency care, rape crisis intervention, substance abuse treatment, medical care, legal services, shelter for women and children, programs for the homeless, support for senior citizens, and child care.
The 2017-2019 grant cycle has closed. For more information about the City General Fund Grants program, please contact Donna Holtz, Executive Office Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (541) 774-2000.
2017-2019 Outcome Measurement Report for 7/31/18, 12/31/18, and 7/31/19