Agency Program Funding
To be eligible for funding an agency must:
- be a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in operation for a minimum of one fiscal year
- provide direct services to Maine Township residents
- have appropriate non-profit infrastructure in place that ensures accountability and performance to its clients and funders
- meet one or more of Maine Township’s identified funding priorities including mental health, substance abuse, domestic violence, developmental disabilities, seniors, youth, and economically challenged families
2023 Agency Funding Hearings will be held on October 3 and November 9 starting at 6:30 pm at the Maine Township Town Hall, 1700 Ballard Road in Park Ridge. Final funding decisions are typically made at the December board meeting. All agencies applying for funding have ten minutes to present (including Q&A). Members of the public are welcome to attend.
Each agency requesting funding from Maine Township must submit a funding application, which will be available by request starting on August 1, 2024. Agencies should use the instructions provided to guide them through the process. The application deadline for fiscal year 2025-26 funding is August 31, 2024 at 5 pm. Any applications received past the deadline will be automatically disqualified. No exceptions will be made.
Currently Funded Agencies
- Avenues to Independence
- Center for Enriched Living
- Center of Concern
- Children’s Advocacy Center
- District 63 Education Foundation – Expanded Learning
- Family Behavioral Health Clinic
- The Harbour, Inc.
- Leyden Family Service and Mental Health Center
- Life Span
- Maine-Niles Association of Special Recreation
- Miracle House
- North Suburban Legal Aid Clinic
- Northwest CASA
- Northwest Compass, Inc.
- Northwest Suburban Day Care Center
- Older Adult Services - Advocate
- Orchard Village
- Peer Services
- Resources for Community Living
- Turning Point Behavioral Health Care Center
- Zacharias Sexual Abuse Center