Alabama AmeriCorps State
Notice of Funding Opportunity
The Governor's Office of Volunteer Services and AmeriCorps are pleased to announce the availability of federal funds to support new, recompete, and continuation Alabama AmeriCorps State applicants to start in September or October 2024.
Nonprofit organizations, community and faith-based organizations, institutions of higher education, state and local government agencies, Indian Tribes, and partnerships among these groups in Alabama are eligible to apply for funds to operate local AmeriCorps programs that meet locally identified needs in the areas of disaster services, economic opportunity, education, environmental stewardship, healthy futures, veterans and military families and rural communities.
Please see below for ALL required information and documents.
Technical Assistance Information
Application Workshop - November 15, 2023 10:00 AM CST
Recorded Application Workshop
Click here to register and view the 2024-2025 Alabama AmeriCorps State NOFO Technical Assistance Workshop
ALL New, Continuation, and Recompete applicants must select a program year start date of September 1 or October 1, 2024, for 2024-25 program year.
2024-25 Alabama AmeriCorps State Funding Application Process and Documents
Formula Applicants First Submission Requirements - Due January 9, 2024
Notice of Intent - All Applicants
Formula Applicants Second Submission Reading and Requirements - Due February 20, 2024
Read the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) and Application Instructions before submitting an application to ensure you understand all requirements completely.
The grant timeline is located in the NOFO. Read 1sT!!
The AL AmeriCorps State Grant Application will not be available to submit until Mid-January - 2024.
AmeriCorps State Formula and Formula Fixed Application IDs - TBD
Formula Applicants Second Submission Requirements - Due February 20, 2024
1. FY2024 eGrants Application
5. Financial Audit (Most Recent)
The underlined items are templates and forms that you must complete and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The non-underlined items are part of the overall list of required materials applicants must submit.
Please review the NOFO for a complete list of the required documents for New, Continuation, and Recompete applicants, and instructions on how to save and submit documents.
7. Evaluation Brief, Reports, Studies
For technical assistance, please contact the Governor's Office of Volunteer Services.
Please call us at (334) 242-1549 or email us:
Info.AmeriCorps@ServeAlabama.gov (Application questions)
Ronica Faire, Senior Accountant
Ronica.Faire@ServeAlabama.gov (Financial/Budget questions)
Formula Applicants Second Submission Helpful Resources - Do Not Submit
Be sure to visit the federal AmeriCorps agency's website for additional application information; resources; technical assistance documents, and upcoming information sessions and recordings.
Alabama National Direct Consultation Form - Click Here
Multi-State AmeriCorps Programs
Organizations that intend to operate an AmeriCorps program in more than one state or territory must apply directly to AmeriCorps, the federal agency that administers AmeriCorps and other national service programs in the United States.
Prior to submitting an application, multi-state applicants must consult with the Commissions of the states in which they intend to operate. Multi-state organizations proposing to operate in Alabama should consult with the Alabama State Service Commission by submitting the National Direct Consultation Form.