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Yes. The organizational budget should include all revenues and expenses for your organization. The program/project budget should include the requested grant amount and how you plan to spend it if you are chosen to be awarded.
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Yes. Please note the following changes below:
Any organization, institution or association that is incorporated as a private, non-profit organization designated under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, that provides services or activities in Prince George’s County and that can supply sufficient documentation that their organization is currently in “good standing” from the State where the organization was incorporated (i.e., the State of Maryland, District of Columbia or the Commonwealth of Virginia), is eligible to apply.
Non-profit organizations interested in applying for a Community Partnership Grant should review the program guidelines and must complete an application.
Completed applications and required documents must be emailed to PGCNonprofits@co.pg.md.us with the subject line: FY 2020 Community Partnership Grant Application – Name of your Organization as well as one original and three hard copies. Hand-delivered applications can be submitted to the Office of Community Relations Monday – Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Mailed applications should be addressed as follows:
Attention: Grants ManagerOffice of Community Relations9200 Basil Court, Suite 102Largo, MD 20774
If you choose to mail your documents, all items must be postmarked by Friday, November 8, 2019.
No. Changes have been made to the overall grant application from previous years. Additionally, incorrect applications are determined to be non-responsive and will not be reviewed. You can access this year application under the County Executive’s page by visiting Community Partnership Grants.
Yes. The deadline is 5:00 p.m. Friday, November 8, 2019. All submissions, electronic and hard copies, will be date and time-stamped by the Office of Community Relations (OCR) personnel upon receipt. Mailed applications must be postmarked by Friday, November 8, 2019. No applications or supporting documentation will be accepted after the deadline. Furthermore, applications and supporting documents postmarked after the application deadline will not be reviewed and will not be returned to applicants.
No, there is no limit. However, grant awards are for one-year only. An organization may reapply each year with the understanding that funding is not guaranteed.
We will accept one proposal per organization. In the event an organization submits more than one proposal, we reserve the right to select the application with the earliest date and time stamp
No. Only one request per proposal and only one proposal per organization should be submitted.
General questions concerning the grant application and required submission documents should be sent in writing to PGCNonprofits@co.pg.md.us
NOTE: We are committed to maintaining the integrity of a fair, open and transparent process. Please do not contact any county employee to discuss (or influence) your application. All questions must be sent in writing to PGCNonprofits@co.pg.md.us and we will respond in writing as well as post the responses to our website.
No. Only completed applications will be accepted.
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.
Yes. Organizations that have this arrangement will have to submit the following items at the time of application for full consideration:
The Office of the County Executive has made approximately $1.6 million in funding available to eligible non-profits through the FY 2020 CPG Program. Maximum award amounts will not exceed $100,000.
No. Organizations that currently or seek to provide programming in or collaborate with Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS), must provide a copy of a currently executed Memorandum of Understanding at the time of application. This will serve as acceptable documentation that the program has been reviewed and approved by the Chief Executive Officer of PGCPS. For more information, please contact the PGCPS Office of Business and Community Partnerships, or you may call 301-952-6095 for more information.
The Community Partnership Grant (CPG) program is the main discretionary grant initiative offered by the Office of the County Executive. However, the Office of the County Executive may partner with the Greater Washington Community Foundation (formerly known as the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region) to provide additional grant funding opportunities. Additionally, County Health and Human Service agencies may offer limited grant opportunities from time to time.
No. The application release may vary each year, however, the application is generally released within the second quarter of the County’s fiscal year, which begins July 1st.
If your organization received a grant or contract from the County in the last four years, you should already have an SAP vendor number. It is a ten-digit number that begins with a “1xxxxxxxxx” or “3xxxxxxxxx”.
You must provide proof you have a SAP vendor number in the submitted application package. If you need to confirm your vendor number, send an email to PGCNonprofits@co.pg.md.us with the subject line: Verification of Vendor Number – Name of your Organization.
If you do not have a SAP vendor number, please complete and submit the Vendor Set-Up Request Form. This form is required for organizations who have never received a grant or contract from Prince George’s County.