How to Apply for Grants
Fiscal Year 2017 Grant Applications
The links below allow applicants to download the necessary grant application documents for Fiscal Year 2017 funding made available through federal, state and county funds. The largest source of funds is derived from the federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program and the Division of Neighborhood Improvement uses the CDBG guidelines to shape its applications and the use of grant funds. Additional funding comes from the State of Maryland and Baltimore County General Funds.
Important Note: The Division of Neighborhood Improvement is accepting new applications in all project areas this year: Capital projects for the removal of architectural barriers, Public Service projects addressing the needs of low-income citizens in the areas of employment, child care, health, education, substance abuse and welfare, and Homeless Service projects preventing homelessness or assisting those currently homeless. The application files below are either Microsoft Excel or Word documents.
Applications must be received at:
Department of Planning, Division of Neighborhood Improvement
105 West Chesapeake Avenue, Suite 201
Towson, Maryland 21204
Public Hearing and Pre-Proposal Meeting
Please join us for a Public Hearing to obtain citizen views on the use of federal Housing and Urban Development funds in Fiscal Year 2017, identification of priorities for funding, and a discussion on emerging trends. The hearing will be held on Wednesday, December 9, 2015 at the Baltimore County Public Library, Towson Branch (Towson Room), 320 York Road, Towson, Maryland 21204. The hearing will begin at 10 a.m.
Baltimore County announces grant opportunities for Fiscal Year 2017 funding. Nonprofit and government organizations serving Baltimore County citizens are eligible to apply for grant monies in three areas:
- Homeless Services – Projects preventing homelessness or assisting those currently homeless
- Public Services – Projects that address needs of low-income citizens in the area of employment, child care, health, education, substance abuse and welfare
- Capital projects – Projects for the removal of architectural barriers for persons with disabilities
Generally grants range in size from $15,000 to $200,000 annually. Baltimore County will be accepting new applications for Homeless Services, Public Services and Capital projects. A pre-proposal review session will be held at 9:30 a.m. before the public hearing for the Capital RFP. After the public hearing, the pre-proposal review sessions for Homeless Services and Public Services will be held.
Please pass this on to any organizations serving Baltimore County citizens who you believe may be interested in providing comments during our public hearing or those interested in grant funding for Fiscal Year 2017.
Application for Financial Assistance:
Application for Financial Assistance (Excel) - required for the grant category listed below and is to be placed in front of Appendix Three. - No longer accepting applications.
Application Budget Pages:
Application Budget Pages (Excel) - required for each of the grant categories listed below and is to be placed in front of Appendix Three. - No longer accepting applications.
Fiscal Year (FY) 17 Capital Project Application (Word Document) - No longer accepting applications.
Public Service Projects:
FY 17 Public Service Projects Application (Word Document) - No longer accepting applications.
FY17 Homeless Projects Application (Word Document) - No longer accepting applications.
FY17 Arbutus Permanent Supportive Housing Program Application (Word Document) - Accepting Applications - Due July 26, 2016 by 2 p.m.
FY17 Arbutus Permanent Supportive Housing Program Amendment No. 1 (Word Document) - Due July 26, 2016 by 2 p.m.
FY17 Arbutus Permanent Supportive Housing Program Budget Pages (Excel) - Due July 26, 2016 by 2 p.m.
Revised July 15, 2016