The ARPA Community Grant Program
ABOUT PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY ARPA COMMUNITY GRANTS
In January 2022, the Prince William County Board of Supervisors allocated $10 million of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to support COVID-19 recovery efforts for Prince William County residents, focusing on those who are underserved. The county is partnering with The Human Services Alliance of Greater Prince William to distribute these funds through grants to non-profit organizations that serve county residents.
Grants up to $300,000 were made to address the following COVID-19 recovery efforts: benefits navigation assistance; utility assistance; access to mental and behavioral health assistance to include preventative medicine; employment support; childcare costs; emergency shelter; and administration for hunger relief programs.
33 nonprofits were awarded just over $6.5 million in April 2022. In January of 2023, the Board of County Supervisors directed that the remaining funds be allocated to an additional need: rent/eviction assistance.
AWARDED GRANT PROJECTS
Click here for a list of grant projects and how they can be accessed.
RESOURCES FOR HUMAN SERVICES PROVIDERS
For Current ARPA Grant Partners:
For Community Stakeholders Seeking Information:
Prince William County Community Feeding Task Force (Resources for groups providing hunger relief assistance)
Please check this page for program updates and resources. You can also use the form below to sign up for our e-newsletter and updates will be sent directly to your inbox.
If you have a question about any aspect of this program, please submit it to
ARPA Grant Questions.