County Commissioners Announce Nonprofit Recipients of ARPA Grant Program

93 non-profits received funding

FREEHOLD, NJ – The Monmouth County Board of Commissioners announced that 93 nonprofit organizations, located in the county, are receiving grants totaling $24,285,519.49 through the Law on the Monmouth County U.S. Rescue Plan (ARPA) COVID-19 Community Recovery Grant Program.

The Monmouth County Board of Commissioners approved the grants at their regular meeting held on July 7.

“We are thrilled to be able to support our nonprofits who are true community partners and help make Monmouth County an amazing place to live, work and raise a family,” said Commissioner Commissioner Thomas A. Arnone. . “These non-profit organizations serve our veterans, combat food insecurity, provide animal welfare services, provide mental health services, support the community with special needs, and help promote and preserve resources. artistic, historical and cultural.

Each nonprofit was eligible to receive up to $500,000 in funding for expenses and/or lost revenue during the pandemic. Nonprofits could also apply for funding for enhanced programs and services related to pandemic recovery.


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“To date, the county has used nearly $150 million in federal funding to help our residents, including small businesses, nonprofits, municipalities, tenants and homeowners,” the commissioner said. -Director Arnone.

The press conference was streamed live on the Monmouth County Government’s Facebook and YouTube channel.


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