July 31, 2020
Good news, charities! Alabama has announced a grant program similar to Revive that will give eligible nonprofits and faith-based organizations up to $15,000 for pandemic-related costs incurred. Applications start at noon on Monday, August 3, 2020, and are first-come, first-served. The application window will officially close, if not fully utilized, on August 14, 2020.
Nonprofits & faith-based organizations are truly the backbone of our great state. I’m pleased to announce a $50 million grant program to support these kinds of organizations who've been financially impacted by the #COVID19 pandemic.— Governor Kay Ivey (@GovernorKayIvey) July 30, 2020
Learn more: https://t.co/mDWld4wQVu pic.twitter.com/NmJ2dlutBD
The Alabama Department of Finance is administering this program, and as more info becomes available we will keep you updated.
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