Targeted Community Investment Grant (TCIG) Program – Dec 4
Posted by City of Philadelphia on November 17, 2020
As part of the Philadelphia Roadmap to Safer Communities, the City of Philadelphia’s Office of Violence Prevention (OVP) seeks to fund community-based violence prevention programs and activities, under the Targeted Community Investment Grant Program (TCIG), that will help improve public safety and build a stronger sense of community in neighborhoods that are most vulnerable to gun violence.
Community members, non-profit organizations, places of worship and businesses in the city who have ideas on how to make their communities more vibrant and safer places to live, work and play are encouraged to apply.
Additionally, special consideration will be given to applicants that focus on developing collaborative efforts that strive to reduce and prevent gun violence among youth and young adults at the highest risk of violence between the ages of 16 to 34.
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