|Apply for a federal grant|
Congressman Larson has made assisting municipalities, non-profits, and small businesses in the First Congressional District in applying for Federal resources a top priority.
There are 26 agencies in the Federal Government that offer grants and loans and Congressman Larson’s office can facilitate the process of providing the resources and information needed to successfully navigate through the application process.
Please contact Conor Quinn in Congressman Larson’s District Office with any questions at (860) 278-8888.
Below are useful grant resources and websites to assist you with the funding process:
The Catalog of Federal Assistance is an online catalog of all Federal funding opportunities available to States, municipalities, and non-profit organizations.
Grants.gov is the Federal Government’s central website to applying for Federal funding. The site provides information on over 1,000 grant programs. Applicants can register on the website to receive email notices of funding opportunities as they are made public in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance.
Provides helpful information on grants, loans, and other assistance offered by Federal agencies, including resources needed to manage, sustain and operate a non-profit.
The Foundation Center is a national nonprofit service organization recognized as the nation’s leading authority on organized philanthropy, connecting nonprofits with grant-makers, and providing the tools they can use and information they can trust.
A resource for the local charitable community, including donors, community leaders, and nonprofit organizations of all types and sizes. They bring together both human and financial resources to strengthen communities.
A nonprofit association of grant-makers, committed to promoting and supporting effective philanthropy for the public good. This is a resource for networking, news and information on grants and philanthropy in Connecticut.
Provides strategic capital and operational insight to drive the frontiers of high-tech industries such as energy, biotechnology, information technology and photonics. They are undertaking statewide efforts to provide state residents with clean energy alternatives through the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund.
Assists Connecticut’s nonprofit institutions with access to low cost financing in the public municipal markets. Hospitals, institutions of higher education, independent schools, childcare providers, cultural institutions, and human service providers have benefited from financing through CHEFA.