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City of Greenville Non-Profit Funding Mandatory Workshop


For those who missed our Mandatory Non-Profit Workshop in September, we will have an encore session on Monday, November 8, 2021 from 12:00pm - 2:00pm. This workshop will be held via ZOOM. You may RSVP here. Please contact Gayla A. Johnson if you have any additional questions at (252) 329-4295 or by email at

The City of Greenville Planning and Development Services Department - Housing Division will hold its annual mandatory Non-Profit Funding Workshop for the 2022 Funding Year on September 29, 2021. There will be two zoom sessions, one from 12:00pm to 2:00pm and another from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. This workshop is designed to advise Non-Profit Organizations of U.S. Housing and Urban Development guidelines. Non-Profit Organizations are required to follow these guidelines when applying for funds from the City of Greenville as sub-recipients. It is mandatory that a representative from any non-profit organization planning to complete an application attend one of the schedules meeting times in order for that non-profit organization to be eligible to apply for funding.

If you have any questions, please contact Gayla A. Johnson at 252.329.4295 or by email at Please RSVP for the 2021 Non-Profit Funding Workshop here

The 2022 Fiscal Year Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Sub-recipient Program Funding Application is below:

The City of Greenville will make available funds to assist nonprofit organizations with approved public services activities. Qualified agencies will participate in projects that benefit citizens of the City of Greenville. Nonprofit housing and service providers must assist the under-served populations of the City. Applications from nonprofits are submitted to the City for consideration annually and reviewed by the Affordable Housing Loan Committee. The activities will assist low income persons, homeless and special needs persons, youth development, victims of family/domestic violence, and housing providers. The next mandatory workshop for applicants will be announced once scheduled.

For more information, please contact the Housing Division at 252.329.4481 or Gayla A. Johnson at 252.329.4295.

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