Greenfield Urges Nonprofits To Beat Deadline For Grants

Councilman David Greenfield (Source: Facebook)
Councilman David Greenfield (Source: Facebook)

Councilman David Greenfield wants to make sure every nonprofit organization gets paid before time runs out. Yeshiva World is reporting that Greenfield has reminded nonprofits that applications to acquire up to $75,000 in funding from the New York State Division of Homeland Security’s Nonprofit Security Grant Program are due by midnight on Monday, June 10.

The grants would go towards improving security at nonprofits organizations, including local yeshivas and shuls.

The grant program has been allotted $10 million to award to nonprofit institutions considered “high risk” for terrorist attacks. Eligible organizations can receive up to $75,000 to pay for security upgrades.

For more information on the program, you can visit the NYS Homeland Security website by clicking here and then following the Request for Applications link. You can also call the NYS Homeland Security and Emergency Services  at 1-866-837-9133.


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