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The Indiana Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives accepts grant proposals for AmeriCorps* State programs on an annual basis. CNCS and the ICCSV seeks to fund programs that can demonstrate community impact and solve community problems through an evidence-based approach
Types of Applicants
Types of Grants Available
Indiana wants organizations to succeed, that is why they provide the planning grant. New applicants are strongly encouraged to apply for a planning grant the year before they apply for an operating grant. Make sure you read all the information contained on our AmeriCorps page and take the readiness assessment before starting your application.
The following chart will give new applicants a general understanding of the order and general time of year that the deadlines occur. Specific days can be found in the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) and Request for Proposals (RFP). All items in the following timeline are subject to change and should not be considered considered final.
2014-2015 Request for Proposal Instructions (Released August 1, 2013)
Although the deadline has passed for submitting a concept paper or notice of intent (the required first step in the application process for 2014-2015 AmeriCorps funding), please find the 2014-2015 Indiana Application instructions below for reference to get an idea of what the full application process is like. OFBCI will be hosting informational sessions during summer 2014 for organizations interested in applying for 2015-2016 funding.
2014 Indiana New and Recompete Instructions (Released October 11, 2013)
2014 Indiana Planning Grant Instructions (Released October 11, 2013)
*More regulations and resources are located on the “Resources for Grantees” page if you are interested in understanding all the regulations involved in managing an AmeriCorps program.
AmeriCorps is available to all, without regard to race, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, political affiliation, or, in most instances, religion.