The Southampton Town budget provides annual funding for Human Services grants and Cultural Arts and Recreational grants.
Applications for the 2014 grants program will be available on
Monday, September 23, 2013,
Copies can be obtained in the
Citizens Response Center located in the
Southampton Town Hall, 116 Hampton Road
or downloaded below
Submission Deadline will be Friday, November 8, 2013
Human Services Grants:
For the purposes of this program, "Human Services" are defined as 'Social Services' provided to senior citizens, youth, people with disabilities, the indigent, victims of domestic violence or physical-sexual abuse, veterans or minorities, that strengthen family relationships and help individuals and families in Southampton Town attain independent social functioning. The following are examples:
Helping people obtain employment and adequate financial resources
Counseling and psychotherapy (mental health)
Health care services
Child care/Educational services
Cultural Arts and Recreational Grants:
These grants encourage but are not limited to visual and performing arts programs and presentations, environmental efforts, and sports or recreational activities.
2014 Grant Application
AN ELECTRONIC APPLICATION THAT CAN BE COMPLETED ONLINE AND SUBMITED VIA EMAIL IS AVAILABLE THIS YEAR FOR THE FIRST TIME.
PLEASE NOTE THAT SPACE IS LIMITED ON THIS ELECTRONIC APPLICATION. SEPARATE SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION MAY BE EMAILED IN WITH YOUR APPLICATION.
IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR BOTH THE HUMAN SERVICES AND CULTURAL ARTS GRANTS, SUBMITSEPARATE APPLICATIONS FOR EACH.
YOU MUST SAVE THE COMPLETED ELECTRONIC APPLICATION TO YOUR COMPUTER THEN EMAIL IT AS AN ATTACHMENT TO:
OR PRINT IT AND MAIL IT TO
SOUTHAMPTON TOWN HALL
116 HAMPTON ROAD,
SOUTHAMPTON, NY 11968
For all grants: Both new and existing programs are eligible for funding but funding is only awarded to non-profit organization, i.e. 501c that offer local services that target Southampton Town residents. Funding is intended for the provision of direct services.
The Town Board supports the philosophy that it is more effective to provide smaller amounts of funding to a greater number of applicants than it is to underwrite fewer programs. Applicants should continue to seek other avenues of support for the balance of their program funding needs.