Our online grantee portal allows you to collaborate with colleagues on an application, upload attachments, view your past applications and submit grant reports.

How it works

  1. Register for a new user account. (User accounts are for individuals, not organizations.)

  2. Wait for email notification of account approval.

  3. Start a new grant application by visiting this page or the page of the program you're applying. -OR-

  4. Login to the Grantee Portal to finish existing grant applications and submit grant reports.

  5. Skip steps 1 & 2 if you already have a user account.

Register a new user

For first time users, registering for a new user account in the Grantee Portal is the first step in the application process, and takes only a few minutes to complete. User accounts are for individuals, not organizations. (Organizations can have multiple user accounts.) The only required information to set up your account is your organization’s name, address, and tax ID (and fiscal sponsor information if the applicant organization does not have tax-exempt status), and a contact person.

Approval of your new user account

We verify all new users, so it can take up to two business days for a new user account to be processed. Give yourself enough time to register,  get approved, and then complete your application. If you submit your registration too close to your application deadline, you may run out of time! Extensions are not granted for missed application deadlines.

Start a new application

Click on an open funding opportunity to start a new application.

Return to your current application or past grants

Login to your user account to return to any unfinished application or view your past grants. (NOTE: Applications submitted before November 2014 are not available for viewing.)

Submit grant reports

Login to your user account to submit grant reports for open grants.

Collaborate on an application with colleagues

You can invite colleagues from your organization or another organization to help complete your application. They will have access to edit all information, upload attachments and submit the application. Colleagues will need to have existing accounts (which they can create in the Grantee Portal) and you'll need the Project ID Number for your application.

Forgot your password?

Remember, your username is an email address.


If you have any questions regarding the grantee portal, please contact Shannon Duff, Grant Administrator, at or (503) 505-5702.