The LPCA Grants Committee is responsible for managing the distribution of grants to worthy organizations and schools supporting the Land Park, Sacramento area. LPCA members can feel proud that their membership dues and event fees help fund the grant program!
Typical grants range from $500 – $1,500 per organization per year. The deadline for grant applications is April 30th of each calendar year.
Grant applications should be sent to LPCA, PO Box 188285, Sacramento, CA 95818 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by the April 30th deadline.
Please see the following two documents for application guidelines and the grant application:
Grant Committee responsibilities include:
- Collaborate with LPCA Treasurer on how much and how many grants available for the current year.
- Advertise the grant process and rules to the community – with the Communications Committee.
- Review grant applications, select, and contact recipients.
- Follow up to ensure grant funds were properly expended.
- Share photos, or news and details about how the grant helped an organization.
The Grant Program Committee meets as needed. Contact email@example.com for more information.
The Land Park Community Association is proud of its grant-making history. The following are examples of past grants awarded to area organizations:
- $500- Street Soccer USA Sacramento (2018)
- $500- CK McClatchy High School Rugby Boosters, funding for team expenses (2018)
- $500- Camellia Society of Sacramento for the Camellia Grove in William Land Park (2018)
- $500- Crocker/Riverside PTO, physical education upgrade and replacement (2018)
- $500- CK McClatchy High School Physical Education, field hockey program (2018)
- $500- CK McClatchy Speech and Debate Club, allows students to attend speech & debate tournaments and competitions (2018)
- $500- Food Literacy Center, lockers for equipment storage (2018)
- $500- Land Park Rugby Football Club, goal post pads & jerseys (2018)
- $500- Mercy Housing CA, Leataata Floyd Student Family Community Center, supplies for the Leataata Floyd Student and Family Community Center (2018)
- $500- Health Professions High School 10th Grade English Curriculum, allows students to attend the Sacramento Theatre Company’s production of “The Crucible” (2018)
- $2,500 – Fairytale Town, for the Anansi Web play structure (2017)
- $1,500 – CKM Journalism Program/Prospector newspaper (2017)
- $1,000 – CKM Restore the Roar, for track and field starting blocks (2017)
- $999 – C.K. McClatchy High School’s ROAR Weightlifting Program (2015)
- $2,500 – Crocker/Riverside Elementary School’s Garden Docent Program (2015)