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It’s time for “Not-for Profit Funding Requests” to be submitted to Nassau County

Nassau County Insider
Sabrina Robertson
Public Information Officer
February 8, 2021

Nassau County has begun the budgeting process for Fiscal Year 2021-2022. Non-profit organizations that were funded during the last fiscal year should have received a letter dated February 1, 2021, notifying you it’s time to reapply.

We greatly value the benefits and contributions made by non-profit organizations to the community. As such, we would like to extend an invitation to all non-profits to apply as well (not just those that were funded in previous years).

To be considered, you must provide the following:

A summary of the current FY2020-2021 budget for your operation. At a minimum, it should be broken down to show the following: salaries, operating expenses, capital outlay. It should also provide an accounting of all revenue sources, including the allocation/grant from Nassau County.
The same information, as outlined above, for the upcoming FY2021-2022 budget.
The legal citation (if any) mandating a contribution by the County; and
A copy of your most recent annual audit.

Please provide your request to Megan Diehl, OMB Director, 96135 Nassau Place, Suite 2, Yulee, FL 32097, by the close of business on Monday, March 1, 2021.

Any agency applying for funding will be scheduled to present their needs and funding request at a public forum on Thursday, May 20th or Friday, May 21st. The Office of Management & Budget will contact each agency at a later time for scheduling.

If you have any questions, please contact Megan Sawyer or Cindy Wood at (904) 530-6010, Option 2, Office of Management & Budget.

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