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The Governor's Office of Faith-Based Community Development Services
Bolstering community and faith-based organizations in providing services to those in need.
Faith-based organizations offer the potential to be sources of housing assistance and community development for the State’s highest poverty areas. Created in 2015, the Office of Faith-Based Community Development Services builds upon the commitment to support nonprofits and better serve communities across the State.
About The Office of Faith-Based Community Development Services
Grant Application Assistance
The Office assists faith-based organizations in applying for grants from state agencies.
We provide informational resources for faith-based organizations to build their capacity in order to provide effective services, improve performance and increase sustainability.
We're creating a network of faith-based organizations to better coordinate efforts, build coalitions and develop effective partnerships.
Meet members of The Governor's Office of Faith-Based Community Development Services.
The Grant Opportunity Portal is online and available to the public, providing a one-stop shop for anyone interested in locating grant funding opportunities with State agencies.
Faith-based organizations offer the potential to be sources of housing assistance and community development for the State’s highest poverty areas.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can my church, temple or synagogue receive state grants?
No, the state cannot give grants to religious institutions.
Does The Governor’s Office of Faith Based Community Development Services give out grants?
No, we are here as an information resource. Grants are administered through various state agencies.
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