Grant Applications

​The FY23 Grant Application Window is now closed. All Applications had to be submitted by the April 1st, 2022 deadline at 5:00:00 PM. No exceptions are made for late applications. No adjustments to the application are allowed after the deadline and/or after submission. Please make sure your application is complete before submitting. 
The next grant cycle will open January 2023. Please check back here for updates. 

Please Visit the Maryland One Stop Portal website and create an account. You may create an account at any time but the application will not be viewable until the window opens. 
If you have an existing grant in the past or are an organization that submits quarterly shelter statistics reports please use your existing account to submit your application. If you have had a grant in the past but not a current active one please contact the program coordinator, Nathaniel Boan at Nathaniel.Boan@Maryland.gov for information on what E-mail to use when creating your account.
 
 

​For Detailed Instructions on How to submit an application please download the following guide: 
Forms Required for Applications: 

Past Applications: These are applications from past cycles. The One Stop Application was based on these files and you may use them as a reference to plan your grant before the window opens. These may not be used to submit an application. 




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