The Philadelphia Activities Fund, Inc. (the Fund) is a non-profit corporation. Established by the mayor and City Council and managed by Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, the Fund supports people and communities through projects that promote sportsmanship, the arts, and health.
The Fund awards grant money to projects that:
- Serve diverse audiences.
- Provide skills training.
- Offer learning or motivational experiences.
The average grant award is between $500 – $1,000. That money can be used for things like:
- Umpiring and referee fees.
- Other program costs.
The grant cannot be used for capital costs, like repairing buildings, new construction, or other building fees.
The grant is only for non-profit organizations, governmental agencies, or their subsidiaries.
Non-profit organizations that have received Philadelphia Cultural Fund Grants or Anti-Drug Initiative Grants are not eligible for the Philadelphia Activities Fund Grant.
Where and when
Applications are accepted between March 1 and May 1 each year.
Choose one method to apply:
Apply by email
Apply by mail or in person
1515 Arch St., 10th floor
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Each city council district office reviews applications and awards grants. Those who receive grants will have to submit occasional reports or host site visits. Details will be provided in the grant contract.