Consolidated Social Service Fund
City of Urbana & Cunningham Township Consolidated Social Service Fund (CSSF)
The City of Urbana in collaboration with Cunningham Township offers grant opportunities to non-profit organizations that operate social service programs benefiting Urbana residents.
The Consolidated Social Service Fund program for FY 2021-2022 has not opened. The City of Urbana and Cunningham Township are currently working together to determine priorities and processes for the upcoming grant cycle. Information on the FY 2021-2022 CSSF program will be posted here. Please check periodically for the most up-to-date information.
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About the CSSF Program
In September 1996, the City of Urbana and Cunningham Township established a Consolidated Social Service Fund (CSSF) to provide grants to non‐profit organizations that sponsor social services for Urbana Residents. The consolidated fund combines City of Urbana general funds, Cunningham Township general funds, and City of Urbana CDBG funds. Funds are granted to organizations by joint decision of the Urbana City Council and Cunningham Township Board.
Past Grantees Include:
Champaign County Regional Planning Commission
Don Moyer Boys and Girls Club
Eastern Illinois Foodbank
Family Service of Champaign County
Habitat for Humanity of Champaign County
Beginning in the FY 2021-2022 grant cycle, The City of Urbana will be utilizing Neighborly Software to administer and manage the CSSF program. This web-based system will greatly streamline the application and reporting process for grantees, and maximize the City’s investment in the community. More information on how to register and apply through Neighborly will be posted here.