Funding detailed below is current as of March 31, 2020 and has been collected from various sources. This page will be constantly updated with changes, but as many of these programs are currently being enacted or changed, terms and eligibility may be different than what is detailed below.
For more information on any of these programs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 856-690-9590.
FEMA Public Assistance Program:
Now that New Jersey has received a Major Disaster Declaration, FEMA funding is available through their Public Assistance Program. This program will reimburse up to 75% of eligible emergency expenses. Eligible emergency response activities include: Emergency Operation Center Costs, various Emergency Response measures, Training, etc. This funding cannot duplicate any funding provided by HHS/CDC. Funding is provided through the NJOEM.
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program: Current grantees may redirect current awards to disaster relief and emergency response funding. Eligible activities include the construction of a diagnosis or treatment facility, interim and temporary outfitting of other facilities to establish clinics, temporary small business loans or grants to support business expansion to help with emergency equipment, and other business support tools.
United States Economic Development Administration: Providing assistance for helping rebuild impacted industries such as tourism or manufacturing supply chains, capitalizing local funds to provide low-interest loans to businesses of all sizes, and supporting other economic recovery efforts.
Elections Grants: This funding is allocated to help support the 2020 elections. Funding can be used to create safer voting environments, increase vote-by-mail programs to encourage early and remote voting, and online voter registration systems, among others.
For “Law Enforcement, First Responders, Emergency Management” [same page as local govt]
Assistance to Firefighters Grants: This funding, when released, will provide funding for personal protective equipment (PPE) for firefighters and other first responders.
Byrne-JAG: Law enforcement grant program to provide funding to police departments and jails. Eligible funding activities will include overtime payroll funding and the purchase of personal protection equipment (PPE) and emergency response equipment.