Foundation / Corporation
AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC)
Non-profits, faith-based organizations, government entities, universities, and public/private schools can apply for community service volunteer programming to recruit new volunteers to work on community projects ranging between 2-8 weeks. Eligible applicants are those that develop a wide range of innovative community services projects that address the areas of: environmental conservation & stewardship; infrastructure improvements; and urban & rural development. Additional priority will be given to: projects dealing with natural or other disasters (preparedness, mitigation, recovery, response), projects supporting veterans & military families, projects where teams engage volunteers, and energy conservation projects.
Qualifying applicants from California, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Montana, Wyoming, Hawai’i (and the Pacific Territories), and Alaska will be eligible to apply for Americorps' teams of developing leaders.
NCCC will provide:
A team of 8-12 members who are supervised by a Team Leader
A Team Leader to coordinate and reside with each team (Team Leaders are not technical project supervisors, but are responsible for managing their teams and report to NCCC staff Unit Leader)
One 15-passenger van per team; fuel covered by NCCC (except in Hawai’i and Alaska where a means of transportation and fuel must be provided)
Limited funds specifically designated for the team to purchase groceries if the Project Sponsor cannot provide food (previously, meals have been provided by cafeterias, restaurants, or church groups, gift cards to grocery stores, or access to food banks)
Limited hand tools, basic personal protective equipment, and housing supplies
Examples of past projects throughout our region have included:
* Construction of low-income housing
* Disaster response and recovery
* Fuels reduction
* Disaster preparedness education and outreach
* Camp improvements
* Tax preparation for low-income families
* Weatherization and replacing traditional light bulbs with compact fluorescent light bulbs
* Trail construction and maintenance
* Food bank program support
* General facilities improvement and beautification projects
GrantWatch ID#: 129211
November 2012 - July 2013
National or State Parks and Indian Tribes are also eligible for funding.
Find the project application form at: http://www.americorps.gov/for_organizations/apply/nccc.asp#NCCC%20campuses
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Southern CA, Alaska, Utah:
Contact: Larry Meade
Montana, Idaho, Northern CA
Contact: Deanne Reeves
Nevada, Oregon, Wyoming, Washington, Hawai’i & the Pacific Territories
Contact: Anna Lawrence
USA: Alaska; California; Hawaii; Idaho; Montana; Nevada; Oregon; Utah; Washington; Wyoming