Grant InfoFind out if you qualify for a grant in Wake County
Wake ABC is honored to be able to provide qualifying Wake County community members with the opportunity to obtain grants. Find out if you qualify for a grant in Wake County.
Grant Application Submission Deadline: November 1, 2017
Grant Eligibility and Restrictions:
- Grants will be made only to non-profit, tax-exempt, charitable organizations which are exempt under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code or to governmental entities such as the State of North Carolina and its agencies, municipal corporations, and political subdivisions of the State.
- Funding is only available for the treatment of alcoholism or substance abuse, or for research or education on alcohol or substance abuse, per Chapter 18B-805 (h) of the North Carolina General Statutes. These guidelines will be strictly adhered to. Wake County ABC Officials will conduct periodic site visits to verify compliance with G.S. 18B-805(h).
- Funding is restricted to programs that provide services primarily to Wake County residents.
- Grants will be made for a one-time project or on-going project.
- Agencies that do not meet reporting and evaluation guidelines will be excluded from consideration for future funding.
- Grant recipients may be required to provide matching funds equal to the amount of the requested grant.
- Grant payments will be made at the midpoint of the requested funds being matched and at the total of the requested funds being matched.
- All grant money must be spent or encumbered to the awarded project prior to June 30 of the program year. An extension may be given upon request.
- Evaluation Report Forms must be submitted at the conclusion of the grant cycle (no later than August 15th). Failure to meet the report deadlines will disqualify the organization from future ABC funding.
- Applicants will be notified in writing of project funding.