Program Overview. Utilizing funding from the American Rescue Plan Act, the City of New Rochelle is seeking to strengthen the social infrastructure of the City through grants to local not-for-profit, service, and educational organizations.
Request Process. The City will invite grant applications from eligible organizations and award American Rescue Plan Act funds allocated by the City to support social infrastructure.
Competitive Process. By completing the application, the applicant confirms that they understand that this is a competitive process, and their project may or may not be selected for further consideration or funding. Priority shall be given to organizations that operate within City limits. However, organizations providing services to City residents are also encouraged to apply.
Award Structure. Awards may be provided by the City of New Rochelle in the form of grants, loans, forgivable loans or any combination.
Decision Process. Each proposed project or use of ARPA funds will be subject to the City’s standard ARPA decision making process in order to ensure eligibility and ability to meet all future reporting and compliance requirements as set forth by the US Treasury
Financial Information. Please note, additional financial information may be required as part of the funding request.
Application Assistance. The City of New Rochelle will host information sessions. Please reach out to Charles Curtis, Director of Community Engagement (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.