Local Share Account program open for applications until Jan. 31

The funds can be used for economic development, neighborhood revitalization, community improvement and public interest projects

The Local Share Account (LSA) Philadelphia Program, intended for use of economic development, neighborhood revitalization, community improvement and public interest projects, is now accepting applications through Jan. 31, 2022.

Guidelines for the program can be found on the LSA program webpage. This program is exclusively available to projects in the City of Philadelphia. Eligible applicants include the following entities: CDCs, EDOs and redevelopment authorities, BIDs/NIDs, not-for-profit organizations with a 501(c) designation, the City of Philadelphia and the School District of Philadelphia.

  • The program can only fund hard costs
  • This is a DCED-administered program (not CFA)
  • There is a $100 application fee required for this DCED program
  • Grant request/awards must be between $10,000-$500,000
  • Projects cannot start prior to approval. We are not accepting requests to consider otherwise 
  • There is currently $5 million available (increased from $2 million in previous rounds)