Can I use this same application to apply for grants offered by the Prince George’s County Council (Legislative Branch)?

No. The Executive Branch’s discretionary grant process (CPG) differs from the Legislative Branch application process with each branch of government having its own application and documentation requirements. Applicants seeking funding from the County Council (Legislative Branch) in the form of a Special Appropriation Grant (SAG) or a Non-Departmental Designated grant, should contact Mr. Gary Sabel, County Council Grant Coordinator, for additional information and guidance. Mr. Sabel may be reached at 301-952-5839.

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1. Are there any changes to the Community Partnership Grant Program (CPG) this year?
2. Who is eligible to apply?
3. How do I apply?
4. Can I use a prior year or last year’s application to apply for funding this year?
5. Is there an application deadline?
6. Is there a limit on the number of years an organization can receive a Community Partnership Grant?
7. My organization has multiple program initiatives. Is there a limit on the number of grant applications we can submit for consideration?
8. Can I submit multiple grant requests in one application for consideration under the County Executive’s Community Partnership Grants?
9. Who do I contact if I have application or documentation questions?
10. Can a non-profit submit a letter instead of an application?
11. Can I use this same application to apply for grants offered by the Prince George’s County Council (Legislative Branch)?
12. Do you accept proposals from organizations using a fiscal agent/fiscal sponsor?
13. Do I need to complete the organizational budget and the program/project budget if I am requesting general support?
14. What is the maximum amount of funding available for grants?
15. My organization will be partnering with and/or operating in a Prince George’s County Public School. Is a letter from the school’s principal sufficient evidence of this partnership?
16. How do I apply for the various grant programs the County Executive offers?
17. Is the Community Partnership Grant Program application released at the same time each year?
18. How do I know if I am a registered Prince George’s County vendor? Where/How can I verify this information?