The Human Services Grant Program, funded through the City of Loveland’s general fund, provides grants to non-profit agencies for human services including youth services, health care, childcare, domestic violence services and employment assistance. The Human Services Commission works with the Community Partnership Office Administrator to allocate grant funds.
For more information contact Alison Hade, Administrator, at
Grant Program Mission Statement
The funds will be used to assist in meeting the needs of Loveland citizens through services and projects that enhance stability, provide crisis prevention and lead to self-reliance.
The Human Services Grant Program is reevaluated each year by the Human Services Commission. The Grant Program Goal:
Financially support services that value diversity, foster self-reliance, treat people with dignity, build self-respect, address issues of safety, and allow people to live free of fear through the provision of food, shelter, physical and mental health care as well as services that prevent crises and assist in sustaining independent living.
Population to be Served
Funds will be used to assist citizens of Loveland. Funds will not be used to serve those living outside of the City's Area of Community Influence.
HUD 2017 Income Guidelines
Who Can Apply?
~An IRS-designated 501 (c)(3) agency with a minimum of a one year history of operation
~A cooperative group of organizations including an IRS-designated 501 (c)(3) agency with a minimum of a one year history of operation serving as the fiscal agency
History of Human Services Grant Recipients