Cabarrus Recovery Grants

Cabarrus Recovery Grants

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Grant Amount : Varies

About

Grants to North Carolina nonprofit organizations and for-profits in eligible locations to mitigate the damage of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Funding is intended to meet community needs, including supporting communities, families, small businesses, industries, and essential workers hardest hit by the health crisis. Applicants must be based in or serve Cabarrus County.

To make the best use of the funds, the County is calling on local for-profit and non-profit agencies to submit proposals for projects aligned to the acceptable uses, which include:

  • Stabilizing businesses or organizations
  • Providing job training
  • Continuing with delayed initiatives
  • Assisting households with food and shelter
  • Delivering crisis intervention services
  • Supporting mental and physical health
  • Making improvements to help prevent and eliminate COVID-19

Proposals must address one or more of the following eligible categories as determined by the U.S. Department of Treasury:

  1. Public Health
  1. Prevent & Mitigate COVID-19
  2. Enhance Behavioral & Mental Health Services
  3. Address Disparities in Public Health Outcomes (Qualified Census Tract only)
  1. Negative Economic Impacts
  1. Assistance to Households
  2. Small Business/Non-Profit Support
  3. Aid to Impacted Industries – Tourism, Travel or Hospitality
  4. Assistance to Unemployed Workers
  1. Broadband Infrastructure

How do I Qualify?

To be eligible, an organization can be a for-profit or nonprofit with a principal place of business in Cabarrus County or providing services directed toward Cabarrus County residents.

About the Grantor

Cabarrus Recovery Grants
Cabarrus County

Cabarrus County is organized by the County Manager form of government whereby a professional manager is accountable to elected officials. Cabarrus County is governed by a five–member Board of Commissioners, elected at large in countywide elections to serve four-year staggered terms.