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Available Funding

AmeriCorps State Grants

AmeriCorps is a national service program, which engages Americans of all ages and backgrounds in community service to meet critical needs in the areas of disaster services, education, environmental stewardship, healthy futures, opportunity, and veterans and military families.

Each year, the Governor's Office on Service and Volunteerism (GOSV) issues Application Instructions for organizations to compete for program funding to support AmeriCorps service activities. In general, instructions are released in September and February, and grant applications are due in November and April (respectively). These AmeriCorps funds are made available through the federal Corporation for National and Community Service; funds are limited and extremely competitive.

Eligible applicants include: private or public nonprofit organizations, state/local government, Native American Tribal governments, and institutions of higher education.

To learn about AmeriCorps funding, we highly encourage individuals and organizations to take part in our monthly funding overview webinar. Find all of our upcoming AmeriCorps funding overview webinar dates with links for registration.

2014 Maryland AmeriCorps State Formula Funding

Supporting Documents

Key Dates

Apr. 11, 2014 Planning Grant Applications Due; Program Grant Applications Due (by Invitation Only)
Jul.-Aug. 2014 Grant Award Announcement
Sep. 2014 AmeriCorps Programs and Planning Grants Launch

State of Maryland Grants

For links to grants available from other State Government agencies, visit the Maryland Governor's Grants Office at grants.maryland.gov.

Corporation for National and Community Service Grants

The federal agency that oversees AmeriCorps, the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), directly funds AmeriCorps VISTA and other national volunteer service programs and initiatives. Learn about the funding competitions and browse the CNCS archive at the CNCS site.

Other Federal Government Grants

For all posted federal funding opportunities, visit www.grants.gov