To discuss bringing the AmeriCorps State program to your organization, please contact:
Senior Program Officer
Hawai‘i Commission for National and Community Service
Or for more information on AmeriCorps State, click here.
AmeriCorps State and National FY18 (2018-2019) Formula Funding Opportunity – CLOSED
NOFO: AmeriCorps State and National FY18 Formula Funding (Due Date to HCNCS is Friday, May 18, 2018)
Deadline of Intent to Apply to HCNCS: N/A
Deadline of Application to HCNCS: Friday, May 18, 2018 at 5:00 PM (HST)
Clarification Period with HCNCS: May 21, 2018 – June 5, 2018 (Must have someone knowledgable about your application available during this time. Failure to respond to requests for additional information in a timely fashion will result in the removal of applications from consideration.)
Notification of Successful Applicants By: TBD
Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact phone: (808) 956-8145
Submit: Application via eGrants
Prime Application I.D. in eGrants: TBD
AmeriCorps State and National has developed a webpage with resources for those interested in applying for AmeriCorps State and National grants. Please refer to Applying for AmeriCorps State and National Grants to find information on AmeriCorps.
2018 Intro to AmeriCorps State and National (PDF)
2018 AmeriCorps Key Terms (PDF)
2018 Intro to AmeriCorps Members (PDF)
2018 Categories of AmeriCorps Grants (PDF)
2018 AmeriCorps Program Management and Design (PDF)
AmeriCorps Regulations 45 CFR Sections 2520-2550 (PDF)
Uniform Guidance Resources
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The Corporation for National and Community Service and the Hawai‘i Commission for National and Community Service announces the availability of AmeriCorps*State Formula funds for the 2017-2018 program year.
AmeriCorps, “the domestic Peace Corps,” is a national service program, which engages Americans of all ages and backgrounds in team-based, results-driven service in the areas of public safety, education, literacy and tutoring, the environment, basic human needs and Homeland Security. In exchange for their service, AmeriCorps members receive a living stipend and an education award for post-secondary education expenses upon completion of their term of service. AmeriCorps and the Hawaii Commission strive to strengthen citizenship and the ethic of service by assisting communities in addressing their toughest challenges.
Through the AmeriCorps Program Grant, agencies sponsor AmeriCorps members who serve to implement community service initiatives. Eligible agencies include community based non-profit organizations, faith-based organizations, state and local government entities, and school districts. Agencies that apply must be able to demonstrate the capacity to administer a federal program, have a detailed plan of action, strong connections to the community it is planning to serve, a real need for the proposed service within the community, and the ability to raise the required matching funds.
All applications must be submitted to the Hawai‘i Commission for National and Community Service via eGrants by Friday, May 18, 2018 at 5:00 PM. For new/recompeting programs, please also e-mail a 1 page summary of your program proposal to email@example.com
There will be a Clarification Period with HCNCS staff May 21, 2018 – June 5, 2018. You must have someone knowledgable about your application available during this time. Failure to respond to requests for additional information in a timely fashion will result in the removal of applications from consideration.
For more information, please contact the Hawai‘i Commission staff at (808) 956-8145. This Notice of Federal Funding Opportunity (Notice) should be read together with the AmeriCorps regulations 45 CFR Sections 2520 – 2550 and the Application Instructions.
2018-2019 Multi-State (National Direct) Applicant Consultation
Prior to submission of a grant application to the Corporation for National and Community Service, an organization proposing to operate an AmeriCorps program in two or more states is expected to consult with the State Commission of the state in which it intends to operate. Multi-state organizations proposing to operate in Hawai‘i must submit an online National Direct Consultation Form to HCNCS. This form must be received by 5:00 p.m. (HST) on January 5, 2018. Please e-mail the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org