Delaware General Assembly - Office of the Controller General
12/01/21 11:59 PM
Grants to Delaware nonprofit organizations to provide services to veterans. Funding is intended for applicants that offer unique programs that address unmet needs in communities throughout the state. Services to be provided include outreach, assessments, advice, and advocacy.
Grant-in-Aid is an appropriation made by the General Assembly to support the activities of non-profit organizations which provide services to the citizens of Delaware.
Services that organizations may provide:
GrantWatch ID#: 138457
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply Online: https://my.delaware.gov/home/accessde_giaproduction_1/0oa3ayvdfmvRwJjho4x7/aln3az49bq88SQtPO4x7
Organizations with specific questions about the application process are encouraged to contact the Office of the Controller General at (302) 744-4200, or by sending an email to GIA_Support@Delaware.gov.
Please contact the analyst below with any questions you may have while completing your application.
Jason R. Smith: Jason.R.Smith@Delaware.gov
For technical assistance, please call the Legislative Information Systems (LIS) Helpdesk at (302) 744-
4260, or by email at LIS.Helpdesk@Delaware.gov.
Office of the Controller General
Delaware General Assembly
411 Legislative Avenue
Dover, Delaware 19901
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