Funding Opportunities

Funding opportunities are available at various times through grant competitions from the Governor's Office of Volunteer Services with funding from partners including the federal AmeriCorps agency, the Alabama Department of Homeland Security, and FEMA.
Alabama AmeriCorps Grants
2022-23 Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the Alabama AmeriCorps State Competitive and Formula Grant Competition is now closed!

The Letter of Intent, Programmatic/Financial Assessments, and Other Grant-related materials are now available.

Click here for more information.
See the provided timeline for the  2022-23 Application Dates
2022 AmeriCorps State & National Public Health AmeriCorps (PHA)
Public Health AmeriCorps is a partnership between AmeriCorps and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) supported by a $400 million investment from the American Rescue Plan that will fund up to 5,000 AmeriCorps members to address public health needs.
Eligible applicants should apply directly to the federal AmeriCorps agency by Monday, November 8, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. ET.
 
For more information, including the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO), Mandatory Supplemental Information, and Application Instructions, please click here.

 

FY22 Public Health AmeriCorps Consultation Form

A  single form consultation interest survey is due in advance of the FY22 AmeriCorps Public Health grant application. Consultation is not complete unless you meet all the requirements set by the Alabama State Service Commission. Upon completing this form, you will be contacted by the Alabama Commission for additional information. When possible, it is encouraged that applicants initiate consultation as soon as possible.

National Direct Consultation 

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 below.

Governor's Office of Volunteer Services / Alabama Department of Homeland Security CERT Grants

There are no CERT grant opportunities at this time.

FEMA Disaster Case Management Grants

After the April 2011 Tornado Breaks (FEMA DR-1971) and April 2014 Severe Weather and Flooding Events (DR-4176), the Governor's Office of Volunteer Services administered FEMA Disaster Case Management Grants for provider level agencies in Alabama serving disaster survivors.

There are no FEMA DCM grant opportunities at this time.