Thanks to funding from Anaheim City Council, the Anaheim Community Foundation has awarded $2.8 million in response and recovery grants to 65 nonprofits since April 2020.

ACF is announcing a call for proposals for a new round of recovery grants. Applications will be accepted through Oct. 21, 2020, and are open to both current grantees and new applicants.

Grants are to serve Anaheim’s most at-risk communities, including, but not limited to seniors,  youth, families, households living in poverty, and other populations experiencing barriers. The areas of focus are:

  • Food insecurity (including meals, grocery boxes, grocery vouchers)
  • Support services (including counseling, information/referrals, distance learning and/or after-school support, mentoring, job training)
  • Safety and security (including personal protective equipment, hygiene supplies, cleaning supplies, motel vouchers, gas/transportation)

The application deadline for this grant closed on Oct. 21.


Grants funds are NOT intended for rental assistance, bill payments, medical services. We invite you to visit the following link for assistance resources: https://www.anaheim.net/5532/Emergency-Rental-Assistance-Program