The City of Frisco makes funds available for social services that benefit residents of the City of Frisco through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and the Social Service Grant. These funds are awarded by the Social Service and Housing Board and City Council through an annual application process. The City of Frisco Social Services and Housing Board will fund an organization’s program based upon the percentage of Frisco clients that are served by the program. The majority of these funds will be granted to agencies that provide for services to low and moderate income residents.

Applicant Eligibility
To be eligible for funding, organizations must be one of the following:
  • A public or private non-profit, tax-exempt organization, in good standing with the State of Texas, and must have an active Board of Directors in compliance with IRS Section 501(c)(3); or
  • Local Government entity. 

Applicants must attend a mandatory training and submit a completed grant application by the deadline.

The 2017 grant application due February 3, 2017.

The grant application is now closed for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2017. Please check back for future funding opportunities.

2017 Application Documents

Proposed Projects

Proposed project funds for the use of Community Development Block Grant funds (CDBG), and Social Service Grant funds for the period of October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2018:

 Agency  Project  Amount Requested
 Boys and Girls Club of Collin County  Youth Programs  $50,000
 Children's Advocacy Center for Denton County  Youth Services for Abuse Children  $16,577.50
 City of Frisco  Grant Administration  $<20% of CDBG award 
 City of Frisco  Housing Rehabilitation  $<66% of CDBG award
Collin County Adult Clinic  Healthcare $49,620
 Collin Intervention to Youth/CITY House  Youth Shelter and Services  $30,000
 CASA of Collin County  Youth Services for Abuse Children  $10,000
 CASA of Denton County  Youth Services for Abuse Children  $7,500
 Frisco Family Services Bilingual Advocacy Services/Food Pantry  $31,289 / $123,950
 Hope's Door Domestic Violence Intervention  $15,000
 Journey of Hope Grief Support Center Bereavement Support for Children and Families  $20,000
 Meals on Wheels Collin County
 Meals on Wheels
 Sci-Tech Discovery Center Challenger Event $25,889.04
 Samaritan Inn  Homeless Prevention  $14,275
 Small World of Love  Youth Clothes and Shoes  $36,000
 Texas Muslim Women's Foundation Domestic Violence Program $10,000
 Wellness Center for Older Adults  Preventative Health Care $4,500