New York State (NYS) Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (DHSES)
03/16/20 5:00 PM
Grants to New York nonprofit organizations, community centers, schools and daycare centers, museums, residential camps, and day camps to improve and enhance security. Applicants must pre-qualify in the grants system prior to applying. Eligible expenses include training and capital improvements. This program is designed to protect organizations that are at risk of hate crimes or attacks because of their ideology, beliefs, or mission.
The SCAHC Program seeks applications for projects to protect against potential hate crime activity by:
For more information on eligible expenses, see: http://www.dhses.ny.gov/grants/nonprofit/documents/SFY2019-2020%20SCAHC%20RFA%20-%20$25M%20-%20FINAL.pdf#page=7.
For examples of cost-sharing contributions and matching allowed under the SFY2019-2020 SCAHC with Local Matching Funds Grant, see: http://www.dhses.ny.gov/grants/nonprofit/documents/SFY2019-2020%20SCAHC%20with%20Local%20Matching%20Funds%20RFA%20-%20$20M%20-%20FINAL.pdf#page=5.
Proposals must be for new projects or to expand upon previously completed projects.
The SCAHC Program advances a common understanding of risk management. Applicants must have a facility-specific Vulnerability Assessment completed which describes relevant threats and security vulnerabilities, and describe how they will prevent and protect against hate crimes at their facilities. Grant funding must then be applied to mitigate risks and vulnerabilities as identified in the Vulnerability Assessment.
GrantWatch ID#: 182484
Applications will be accepted for up to $50,000 per facility. Eligible organizations may submit up to five applications for a maximum total request of $250,000.
$45 million in grant funding is being made available on a statewide basis and will be administered by the New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (DHSES) for the $25 million SFY2019/2020 Securing Communities Against Hate Crimes Program (SCAHC Program) for nonpublic nonprofit schools, nonprofit day care centers, nonprofit community centers, nonprofit cultural museums and nonprofit residential camps and $20 million for the SFY2019/2020 Securing Communities Against Hate Crimes Program with Local Matching Funds (SCAHC Match Program) for nonpublic nonprofit schools and nonprofit day camps.
Funds will be awarded for a two (2) year period, which will be determined based on the award date.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Questions regarding the SFY 2019-2020 Securing Communities Against Hate Crimes Program should be directed to Grant.Info@dhses.ny.gov. To the degree possible, each inquiry should cite the RFA section and paragraph to which it refers.
All questions regarding the E-Grants System should be directed to DHSES via the e-mail address above, or by telephone (866-837-9133).
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