Community Catalyst Grants Capital Funds Now Available

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COMMUNITY CATALYST GRANTS

CAPITAL FUNDS NOW AVAILABLE

  • Up to $3 million in grants and loans to support capital projects that are critical to locally driven community revitalization in Baltimore City. 
  • Eligible applicants community development corporations, umbrella organizations, neighborhood revitalization organizations, faith-based organizations, merchant associations, and other organizations that have a valid 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(6) status, or that have received a temporary determination from the IRS.
  • For-profit developers are also able to apply for funds provided they are a co-applicant with an eligible applicant
  • DHCD will host an information session to further engage interested applicants on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 9:30-11 a.m., at 417 E. Fayette Street, 3rd Floor Conference Room.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: March 22, 2019 – 4 p.m. EST

For additional information, guidelines and applications:

https://dhcd.baltimorecity.gov/nd/community-catalyst-grants

 

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