Assembly Grants

Assembly grants are awarded based on community need and the Assembly’s goals and priorities for the fiscal year. These grants are intended to provide community support for social services, economic development, arts and culture, tourism management and promotion, recreation, energy efficiency and sustainability. The Assembly prioritizes funding awards that focus on areas of extreme need in the community, including childcare and affordable housing.

Assembly grants are appropriated as part of the annual budget process in June of every year. Learn more about CBJ’s budget process here.

Historical figures for Assembly Grant recipients can be found here.

 Current Grant Recipients

Agencies Providing Grants

The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council (JAHC) is the official arts and humanities agency in the City and Borough of Juneau. The Council operates Centennial Hall facilities under an agreement and the Juneau Arts and Culture Center (JACC) to foster a vibrant arts and cultural environment and enhance the local economy.

The JAHC’s mission is to cultivate vibrant arts and cultural opportunities in the community and foster a strong, prosperous, and inclusive environment where creativity and innovation thrive.

CBJ provides pass-through funding to the JAHC to support arts and culture sub-grant awards. Click here to learn more about scholarships and grants the JAHC offers.

Learn more about the JAHC here.

JAHC Board of Directors

JAHC Financial Overview

The Juneau Community Foundation (JCF) is a non-profit organization that promotes philanthropy and effectively responds to the needs of the community to create a healthy, safe, and culturally rich environment. JCF uses CBJ funds combined with JCF’s Hope Endowment program funds for the Social Service Grants Program and Utility Waiver Program. CBJ funds can be used to award grants in the following areas:


  • Access to healthcare (affordable healthcare, insurance coverage)
  • Suicide prevention (education, student assessments, self-report surveys, access to care)
  • Substance abuse treatment/prevention (education, student assessments, self-report surveys, access to care)
  • Infants and toddlers (prenatal care, pediatric care, nutrition)
  • Seniors (access to healthcare, prescription medications, mobility, end of life care, adult daycare)
  • People with Disabilities (access to care, integration into community)


  • Readiness to learn (literacy fundamentals for all ages)
  • Early elementary performance (reading, writing)
  • Success in high school (dropout/graduation rate, disproportionality)
  • Community building in schools (student volunteers, parent engagement)

Income Stability

  • Access to employment (access to childcare, quality of care)
  • Shelter and housing (supported/transitional housing, emergency shelter, cos