ARPA applications opened for domestic abuse nonprofits in New Castle County

By Joseph Edelen
Posted 9/21/22

NEW CASTLE — New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer announced a $1 million allocation to nonprofits that support the county’s populations of vulnerable women and domestic abuse victims Thursday.

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ARPA applications opened for domestic abuse nonprofits in New Castle County

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NEW CASTLE — New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer announced a $1 million allocation to nonprofits that support the county’s populations of vulnerable women and domestic abuse victims Thursday.

Groups that wish to apply can visit here.

The grants are part of a $9 million allocation for county-based nonprofits from its overall American Rescue Plan Act funding.

Representatives are encouraged to apply for specific programs that support these women and families. Applications will be reviewed for compliance with the federal funding requirements by county partner, Grant Thornton. Additional grant opportunities will be announced in the coming months.

The application process closes Sept. 30.

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