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DuPage Community Transformation Partnership

DuPage Community Transformation Partnership

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.

Read the full story here.

The DCTP grant process is closed for 2022. Immediate Intervention grant applications will be available in 2023 and Transformational applications will be available in 2024.

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.

View the 2022 DCTP Immediate Intervention grantees here.


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