Program Support Grants

These grants are available to assist with improving and sustaining quality services in Northeast Florida. Priority is given to programs serving vulnerable populations and addressing unmet community needs.

Program Support Grants

(Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, and St. Johns counties)

Support for launching, expanding or improving services that support vulnerable populations and address unmet community needs. Program Support Grants may be requested up to $25,000 (either a one or two year grant). Due to limited funds, only a select number of organizations will receive the maximum grant award.


Applications Closed

Priorities for Program Support Grants include (but are not limited to) these Focus Areas:

  • Improving the quality of life for Aging Adults with a focus on direct support for aging adults or caregiver support (Duval county only)
  • Improving services for Young Children (birth to preschool) with a focus on early learning centers and caregiver/parent support to better meet their needs (Duval county only)

Looking for grants to support Putnam County? We have a new application specifically for projects supporting Putnam County!

Eligibility for Nonprofit Organizations:

  • Active 501(c)(3) status, and a 2-year work history
  • Located in and serving at least one of these counties: Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, St. Johns
  • Annual operating budget of $100,000 or above

We are not able to fund:

  • Athletic associations
  • Fundraising event sponsorships
  • Schools and school-based organizations (PTAs, boosters, etc)
  • Requests outside our region (must be in: Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, or St. Johns counties)

Organizations may submit only one application from the following: Program Support, Capacity Building, or Putnam County grant application. 


  • April 3, 2023: Grants application process opens — Check out our ‘How to Apply’ Guide for detailed instructions!
  • Technical Assistance appointments available 4/3/23 – 5/12/23. Please submit your appointment request here.
  • May 18, 2023: Applications due by 5pm
  • July 7, 2023: Invitations sent for further consideration or notification of decline
  • July 14, 2023: Additional financial documents due
  • September 27, 2023: Notified of grant decision
  • Grant projects must occur between October 1, 2023 and must conclude by December 31, 2025

For more information, please contact:

Reagan Bass, MPA

Program Officer