Community Partners Grant Program
2023 Community Partners Grant Program (formerly Outside Agency Program) Funding Applications
The application period for the 2023 Community Partners Grant Program funding requests is now closed.
The City of Wheat Ridge is committed to enhancing the quality of life for others and the Community Partners Grant Program is one way the City gives back to the community.
- Non-denominational and non-sectarian organizations which were organized in the State of Colorado
- Have a principle place of business is in Jefferson County, Colorado and were organized in the State of Colorado
- All applications will be reviewed to ensure that they meet the established guidelines for the program based on the criteria listed on the application.
- Priority shall be given to those organizations that provide programs and services that benefit and enhance the quality of life for residents of Wheat Ridge.
You can learn more about what these funds go toward here: 2022 Outside Agency Program Funding Request Summary
Community Partners Grant Program Committee
The Committee views funding requests, attends presentations, and recommends funding allocations to City Council for the Community Partners Grant Program. One Wheat Ridge resident from each City Council District will be selected to serve on the committee for two budget cycles (fiscal years 2022 and 2023) to expire July 2023.
The Committee reviews application materials and meets weekly on Tuesdays in May and June to view presentations for agencies and events that provide a community need and benefit the health, safety and welfare for Wheat Ridge residents.
Applications for new 2022 CPGP Committee members is now closed.
Committee members must be able to attend the following presentation dates from 6 - 8:30 p.m.:
- Tuesday, May 17
- Tuesday, May 24
- Tuesday, May 31
- Tuesday, June 7