Since 1994, the City of Orlando has
provided citizens and residents with the Mayor’s Matching Grant Program.
This program provides grant funds to neighborhood associations, schools
and non-profit organizations to plan and implement projects that address
neighborhood needs, improve education, and build community pride. The
Mayor and City Commissioners believe in the power and creativity of its
citizens to address challenges, build community and develop
relationships with fellow neighbors, community partners, and local
businesses through the Mayor’s Matching Grants.
The Mayor's Matching Grant cycle is currently open. Click one of the
links below to download a copy of the current application.
Completed applications must be submitted by 5 pm on Friday, April 19,
Application workshops are offered to organizations wishing to
apply for a Mayor’s Matching grant. There are two different formats to
attend an Application Workshop – either via webinar/conference call
(March 6th, 13th, 20th, or 26th)
or at Orlando City Hall (March 16th or April 9th).
Attendance at an application workshop is
required. Workshops will review the guidelines, instructions
and application procedures. Each workshop will cover the same
Register for one of workshops
HERE or by calling the City of Orlando Office of Community Affairs at
407.246.2500 to register for one of the workshops listed below:
On-line applications are available to Neighborhood Organizations,
Schools and Non-Profit Organizations in the form of fillable Word
Applications must be received by the Office of Community Affairs on
or before 5 pm on Friday, April 19, 2013.
Applications may be e-mailed to the Office of Community Affairs at
Include your organization's name in the subject line of the e-mail.
Be sure to attach all required documents.
Applications may be delivered in person to the Office of Community
Affairs, located on the 2nd floor of Orlando City Hall (400 South Orange
Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801).
Mail to: Mayor's Matching Grant Program, City of Orlando, P.O. Box 4990,
Orlando, Florida 32802-4990.
History: Since 1994, the City of Orlando has provided
resources to neighborhood organizations, schools and non-profit
organizations to plan and implement projects that address
neighborhood needs, improve education, increase public
safety and build community pride.