City of Pleasanton
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THE CITY OF 1 3 <br /> Ao= , <br /> CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT <br /> pL£ASANTONc <br /> January 18, 2022 <br /> City Manager <br /> TITLE: CONSIDER FUNDING OPTIONS FOR COMMUNITY BENEFIT <br /> ORGANIZATIONS THAT SUPPORT AND EXPAND THE PROVISION OF <br /> SERVICES AND AMENITIES TO PLEASANTON RESIDENTS <br /> SUMMARY <br /> At its January 4, 2022, meeting the City Council requested options be presented for <br /> consideration to address how the City might grant financial support to community <br /> benefit organizations that, while not directly providing services to Pleasanton residents, <br /> do support the network of local nonprofit services by building additional capacity and <br /> contributions. City staff has prepared three options for the City Council's consideration: <br /> Option 1. Offer a one-time grant of up to $50.000 for community benefit organizations; <br /> grant applications would be reviewed by the Human Services Commission and <br /> approved by the Pleasanton City Council, separately but in parallel with the Housing <br /> and Human Services Grant Program. <br /> Option 2. Add an additional category to the existing Housing and Human Services Grant <br /> Program that would allocate up to $50,000 to community benefit organizations. <br /> Option 3. Direct the Human Services Commission to provide a recommendation to the <br /> City Council regarding a future funding option(s) for community benefit organizations. <br /> RECOMMENDATION <br /> City staff recommends the City Council select Option 1: Offer a one-time grant up to <br /> $50,000 for community benefit organizations, and appropriate $50,000 from the General <br /> Fund. <br /> FINANCIAL STATEMENT <br /> If the City Council adopts Option 1 or Option 2 a $50,000 allocation from the General <br /> Fund would be required, which would be considered as part of the FY 2022/23 mid-term <br /> budget. If the City Council selects Option 3 the City Council would consider the Human <br /> Services Commission's recommendation and at that time determine if additional funding <br /> is required. <br />
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