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DuPage Community Transformation Partnership

Grant Eligibility

To be eligible to apply for a grant through the Partnership, an organization must be a 501(c)(3) social service not-for-profit providing assistance in the areas of food insecurity, housing instability, mental health, or substance use disorder that meets at least one of the following criteria:

  • Have more than 50 percent of its total clients be DuPage County residents; or
  • Provide services in facilities physically located in DuPage County; or
  • Have a DuPage County advisory board.
2023 Immediate Intervention Grants
Frequently Asked Questions
Information Session

On February 22, 2022, DuPage County presented a check for $10.6 million to DuPage Foundation to mark the launch of a strategic grantmaking partnership known as the DuPage Community Transformation Partnership. 

Over the next five years, the DuPage Community Transformation Partnership will implement a $10 million grant program to support social service not-for-profit organizations helping DuPage County residents most severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program will focus on providing assistance for food insecurity, housing instability, mental health, and substance use disorder.

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On Tuesday, October 11, the DuPage County Board and DuPage Foundation awarded $3,849,374 in Transformational grants to 17 social service not-for-profit organizations. This marks the second set of grants distributed by the DuPage Community Transformation Partnership (DCTP), established by the Board and Foundation in January.

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