Youth Violence Prevention Mini-Grants

Since 2012, Youth Violence Prevention Mini-Grant funds have been available as a component of the Hampton Youth Violence Prevention Initiative to support community-based grassroots programs that address youth violence. Currently, the Youth Violence Prevention Mini-Grant Fund Program offers funding for projects that support the work of groups to implement collaborative efforts to provide positive activities, services, and programs for youth in the City of Hampton (City).

Eligible Applicants

Eligible applicants, under this solicitation, include grassroots organizations, community-based organizations, or neighborhood groups. This solicitation is not open to local governmental agencies, schools, or fee for service-based businesses. Review our general grant policies (PDF) document for more information.

Reporting Requirements

Applicants who are awarded grant funds must comply with reporting expectations to include financial reports, progress reports, and a project completion report. Guidelines will be provided.

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  1. Fill out an interest form to join Hampton Hoops, the city's summer basketball league

    Jan. 14, 2020 - Interest forms for Hampton Hoops, the city’s free summer basketball league for males and females ages 8-24, are now being accepted. The league will begin playing on July 13 and run to Aug. 10. Read on...
  2. Summer Youth Employment Program begins accepting applications on Monday, Jan. 27

    Jan. 14, 2020 - Hampton’s Summer Youth Employment Program, which gives young adults ages 16-24 summer work experience designed to cultivate their professional and personal goals, will begin accepting applications on Monday, Jan. 27. Read on...
  3. Applications available Jan. 27-March 2 for youth violence prevention mini-grants program

    Jan. 14, 2020 - Applications are available Jan. 27 for Hampton’s Youth Violence Prevention Mini-Grants program, which helps pay for projects that support positive activities, services and programs addressing youth violence. Read on...