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Homeland Security funding eligibility

Learn who is eligible to apply for funding

State-Share Grant Program

The following entities are eligible to apply for State-Share grant funding:

  • State government agencies
  • State authorities
  • State universities
  • Non-profit institutions

WITH

a project that supports homeland security needs and priorities.

Municipalities are not eligible to apply for this funding.

For more information contact:

State-Share Program Coordinator
(508) 650-4514

Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP)

Nonprofit organizations eligible to apply for funding must prove to be at high-risk of a terrorist attack

     —AND

must be located within the Metro-Boston Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI):

Boston Chelsea Revere
Brookline Everett Somerville
Cambridge Quincy Winthrop
     

Provide evidence of prior terrorist threats or attacks through police reports, insurance claims, or other supporting documents. Eligible applicants must:

  • Identify as a highly recognized national or historical institution with an increased chance of being a terrorist target
  • Detail their responsibilities in responding to or recovering from terrorist attacks
  • Prove to be a vulnerability based on risk assessment findings 

For more information contact:

Nonprofit Security Grants Program (NGSP) Program Coordinator
(508) 650-4577

 

Commonwealth Nonprofit Security Grant Program (CNSGP)

Nonprofit organizations eligible to apply for funding must prove to be at high-risk of a terrorist attack

     —AND

  • Meet the requirements of section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986
  • Qualify for tax exemptions under section 501(a) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986
  • Provide evidence of prior terrorist threats or attacks through police reports, insurance claims, or other supporting documents
  • Identify as a highly recognized national or historical institution with an increased chance of being a terrorist target
  • Detail their responsibilities in responding to or recovering from terrorist attacks
  • Prove to be a vulnerability based on risk assessment findings 

Nonprofit organizations within of the Metro-Boston Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) are not eligible to apply for this funding.
 

    For more information contact:

    Commonwealth Nonprofit Security Grants Program (CNGSP) Program Coordinator
    (508) 650-4506

    Regional Homeland Security Grant Program

    Only Homeland Security Regional Advisory Councils are eligible funding recipients for these funds.

    For more information contact:

    Your Homeland Security Division Program Coordinator

    Central Region Program Coordinator
    (508 )650-4576

    Metro Boston Homeland Security Regional Coordinator
    (508) 650-4577

    Northeast Regional Program Coordinator
    (508) 650-4506

    Southeastern Regional Program Coordinator
    (508) 650-4506

    Western Regional Program Coordinator
    (508 )650-4576

    Homeland Regional Advisory Council:

    Central Region Homeland Security Advisory Council 

    Northeast Homeland Security Regional Advisory Council

    Southeast Regional Advisory Council 

    Western Region Homeland Security Advisory Council

    Metro Boston Homeland Security Regional Advisory Council

     

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