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Prince George's County, Maryland

Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III Announces FY 2014 Community Partnership Grant Program

For Immediate Release: 11/5/2013 12:00 AM

Contact: Office Of Managment and Budget 301- 952 - 3300

​Upper Marlboro, MD - Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III, is accepting applications for FY 2014 Office of the County Executive Community Partnership Grant (CPG) Program.  Approximately $1.6 million in funding is available to eligible non-profits through the CPG and local non-profit organizations are encouraged to apply that are providing community-based program initiatives that help foster the growth and development of people and communities around the County.

Applications are available here.

“Non-profit organization that are based in or serve Prince George’s County are critical in assisting the government in supporting our those in need throughout our communities,” said Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III. “We have awarded more than $3 million to non-profits in the first two years of this grant program under my administration. By working with and supporting our non-profits, we will continue to see the progress we are making in education, public safety, economic development, health, and the quality of life of all Prince Georgians. I encourage all eligible non-profits to apply for a Community Partnership Grant.”   

Any organization, institution or association, incorporated as a private, non-profit organization as designated under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and providing services in Prince George’s County is eligible.   However, only one application per organization will be accepted. 

The deadline for application submission is November 22, 2013.  Applications will be date and time-stamped by Office of Management and Budget (OMB) personnel upon receipt.  E-mail and facsimile application submissions will NOT be accepted.  Applications submitted after the deadline will be disqualified from competitive review.

Following the application due date, the Office of Management and Budget/Grants Management Unit will conduct an internal review of each application submission to ensure that applicants meet all outlined eligibility requirements.  Additionally, the Executive Review Panel will fully evaluate all complete application submissions and present final award recommendations to the Office of the County Executive for final approval and funds disbursement. 

Questions concerning CPG grant applications should be directed to the Office of Management and Budget at 301-952-3300.