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Organization Policy and Management, Office of
Project/Solicitation # OPMPDPDNCIP121113
Solicitation Type Other - Grant
Due Date 02/14/2014
Includes SBE/MBE Requirements NO
Qualified Partnership NO
Summary Nonprofit Collaboration Incentive Grant Program
  • ADDENDUM #2: NCIGP Questions and Answers Document can be found in the "documents" section.
  • ADDENDUM #1: NCIGP Project Application: The Nonprofit Collaboration Incentive Grant Program (NCIP) Project Application has been revised. The changes will allow applicants to insert text to the following sections of the application: Part 1; Part 2.B; Part 2.C; and Part 4.B. Applicants should use the revised application forms in submitting their application. The revised application can be found in the "documents" section.

Contact Name Pamela Trotman
Phone (860) 418-6359

Additional Description The Office of Policy and Management (OPM) is accepting applications for the Nonprofit Collaboration Incentive Grant Program (NCIP). The application deadline for consideration for funding is not later than 3:00 p.m. on February 14,2014. The purpose of the NCIP is to provide grants for one-time infrastructure costs to implement consolidations of programs and services resulting from the collaboration of two or more nonprofit organizations. The goal of the NCIP is to improve efficiency and effectiveness of services through consolidations and collaborations between and among nonprofit providers currently providing services in Connecticut. The program will distribute grants to qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations for: the purchase of, or improvement to facilities; refinancing of facility loans; equipment purchases; energy conservation; transportation and technology projects; and relocation expenses related to physical consolidation of the collaboration. The NCIP is administered in accordance with Section 25 of Public Act 09-2, September Special Session. The State Bond Commission is authorized to issue up to $5,000,000 to award one-time funding to support such collaborations. The current amount of available funding is $3,743,591 for new projects. The minimum grant amount for a project is $25,000. For additional information please reference the Guidelines and Application Documents.

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