Charles County Government
01/17/14 4:00 PM
Grants starting at $2,500 to local Maryland non-profit and governmental agencies that provide important and needed services to Charles County residents. These grants are specifically intended to support projects and programs addressing rural poverty within the County by focusing on the areas of: health, housing, education, employment, and transportation.
The Department's specific objectives for each of its focus areas are outlined as follows:
- To increase knowledge of, and access to, healthcare resources and availability in an effort to empower participants to be more active at home and within their community.
- To eliminate public health concerns by providing access to indoor plumbing.
- To create sustainable, safe, and stable housing with adequate water and plumbing.
- To improve literacy skills, provide workforce training, and access to higher education in order to obtain gainful employment, and manage daily family functions, and assist their children to succeed in school.
- To eliminate as many barriers to employment as possible so that participants obtain sustainable employment that will serve to support them/their families and bolster their sense of pride.
- To provide regular and safe transportation to ensure that residents are able to meet their basic health, educational, employment, and familial needs on a daily basis.
GrantWatch ID#: 138096
Up to $100,000
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Ms. Kim Bender, Fiscal Specialist
Department of Fiscal Services
Charles County Government
P.O. Box 2150
200 Baltimore Street
La Plata, MD 20646
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