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The Office of Grants and Compliance works to obtain federal, state and private funding to increase the City of Jacksonville's capacity and capability to provide services to residents.

Grants Office Functions

  • Promote collaboration between City departments, authorities and offices
  • Foster partnerships between the public, private and nonprofit sectors
  • Serve as a resource for City departments during grant research, award and management

The Grants Office also serves as a liason for providing government Letters of Support, issues Public Service Grants and manages the Richard A. McKissick Memorial DAWN Program.

Guidelines for Requesting Letter of Support
Public Service Grant Program

Things You Might Need
The Public Service Grant (PSG) Program contracts with non-profit agencies to equip residents with necessary tools to facilitate their well being thorugh intervention, education and opportunity.

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The Public Service Grant (PSG) Program contracts with non-profit agencies to equip residents with necessary tools to facilitate their well being through intervention, education and opportunity.

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News

December 26, 2019
The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville is launching a new initiative under the Cultural Service Grant Program (CSGP).  Applications are now being sought from eligible Duval County arts and cultural organizations for arts and cultural programs/projects.  Preference will be given to those that provide outreach to underserved communities and/or utilize Duval County artists and cultural providers.  (Underserved communities refer to residents who lack access to arts and culture due to geography, economic condition, ethnic background, or disability.) The deadline to submit program grant applications is Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020.  Applications must be submitted online.  To access the grant application, visit the Cultural Council’s website (click here)
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November 14, 2019
Jacksonville Public Library has added Lynda.com (jaxpubliclibrary.org/lynda) to its digital services, giving cardholders access to more than 14,000 online courses taught by real-world professionals. Lynda.com is free for valid library card holders, and gives patrons unlimited access to learning everything from software development to design on any schedule from a computer or mobile device. To sign up for a library card, visit any Jacksonville Public Library location.
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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 - 9:00 AM
COJ Nonprofit Gateway Town Hall

 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Jessie Ball duPont Center
40 E. Adams Street
Jacksonville, FL  32202
 

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Wednesday, January 22, 2020 - 4:00 PM
Sealing and Expunging Fair

A criminal record can make it hard to find a job or rent a home. Sealing and expunging stops the public from viewing your record. Pre-register for the sealing & expungement fair by inquiring with the State Attorney’s Office to see if you are eligible to expunge or seal your criminal record. Only cases that occurred in Duval County will be reviewed.

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