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Other funding opportunities

CAPCOG highlights funding opportunities beneficial to cities, counties and other organizations within the ten-county region. Many of the funding opportunities are related but not limited to CAPCOG’s program areas including public safety, economic development, transportation, and more.

Highlighted Grant Opportunities

Bookmark this pages, and check back monthly for additional grant recommendations for local governments.

Arts Programs for Justice-Involved Youth, U.S. Department of Justice
Deadline: July 18, 2022
Learn more about the grant opportunity.

Aspire: Child Trafficking Victim Assistance Demonstration Program, U.S. Dept. Health & Human Services
Deadline: July 25, 2022
Learn more about the grant opportunity.

Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grants, U.S. HUD
Deadline: July 28, 2022
Learn more about the grant opportunity.

Rural Emergency Hospital Technical Assistance Center, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Deadline: July 27, 2022
Learn more about the grant opportunity.

Our Town, National Endowment for the Arts
Deadline: August 4, 2022
Learn more about the grant opportunity.

Lead Hazard Reduction Grant Program, U.S. HUD
Deadline: August 8, 2022
Learn more about the grant opportunity.

Independent Film and Media Arts Field-Building Initiative, National Endowment for the Arts
Deadline: Aug. 9, 2022
Learn more about the grant opportunity.

Historic Preservation Fund – Underrepresented Community, U.S. Dept. of Interior
Deadline: Aug. 10, 2022
Learn more about the grant opportunity.

Strengthening U.S. Public Health Infrastructure, Workforce & Data Systems, U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services
Deadline: Aug. 15, 2022
Learn more about the grant opportunity.

Government Grant Websites

Besides the highlighted grants, counties, cities, school districts and other regional organizations may be able to find funding opportunities that benefit their institution or community through the websites listed below. CAPCOG reviews grant opportunities from these sites that can benefit the region’s local governments and places a few of them in its monthly newsletter, CAPCOG Connections. Subscribe to the newsletter, and receive a short grant list in your email box.

Grants.gov

Grants.gov provides a common website for federal agencies to post discretionary funding opportunities and for grantees to find and apply to them. Using the Grants.gov system makes it faster, easier and more cost effective for grant applicants to electronically interact with federal grant-making agencies. It also provides the following key benefits, among many others, to the grant community.
Go to grants.gov

Texas Egrants

The Office of the Governor (OOG) solicits grant applications as Request for Applications (RFA) through the Secretary of State’s Texas Register. RFA notices serve to inform potential applicants of available funding opportunities. In addition to an RFA, OOG may solicit applications for grants in the form of a Request for Proposals (RFP). The chart below lists each funding opportunity along with the method used to solicit applications and the deadline for submitting applications through eGrants to OOG.
Go to egrants.

Texas Parks and Wildlife

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department acts as a silent partner in hundreds of communities across the state through its grant, assistance, education, and outreach programs. From the largest metroplex to the smallest rural community these programs help to build new parks, conserve natural resources, preserve historical sites, provide access to water bodies, develop educational programs for youth, and much more.
Check out Texas Parks and Wildlife grants

Texas Department of Agriculture

TDA’s grants office is responsible for administering numerous state and federal grants, loans and cooperative agreements available to farmers/ranchers, universities and schools, non-profits and private entities across the Lone Star State.
Learn more about TDA grants.