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Maryland COVID-19 EMERGENCY Relief Grant Fund for 501(C) (6) Nonprofits

NEW! - Maryland COVID-19 Emergency Relief Grant Fund for 501(C)(6) Nonprofits

Beginning August 17, 2020, this program will support Maryland’s nonprofit 501(c)(6) organizations facing financial impacts from the novel coronavirus. The Maryland Department of Commerce in conjunction with the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) have established the Maryland COVID-19 Emergency Relief Grant Fund for 501(C)(6) Nonprofits with $1 million of federal CARES Act funding.  

The grant will provide financing to organizations experiencing economic stresses in order to mitigate potential layoffs or organizational closures due to COVID-19. Eligible organizations may apply for funding up to $10,000. We will accept applications starting August 17 through August 24. Click here for program details and guidelines.
 

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