The organizations that received grants include these in the Mason District and the greater Annandale area:
- Broyhill Crest Recreation Club/Broyhill Crest Community Association—Clean Up and Reclamation of Broyhill Crest Lot 10A.
- Chapel Square West Community Association—Community Parkland Access Staircase.
- Danbury Forest Community Association—New Centerpiece for Danbury Forest Community.
- Edsall Park Civic Association—A Place Where We LIVE, Not Just Reside.
- Edsall Park Swim Club—A Safe, Positive Common Ground to Come Together.
- Mason District Little League—Building Community Bridges Through Youth Baseball.
- North Springfield Civic Association—Sound Wall Reforestation.
- Raintree Homeowners Association—Raintree Community Project.
- Villa Lee Community Association—Villa Lee Walking Path Renovation.
- Yorktowne Square Condominium—Replacement of Tree Canopy and Understory Lost Due to HOT Lanes Project.
The grants, up to $5,000, require recipients to contribute a significant amount of funding, donations, or volunteer hours.
Eligible applicants for NEPP grants include civic associations, homeowner associations, resident associations, community pools and recreation clubs, and neighborhood watch patrols. Forty-five applications were submitted for 2011 grants.