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Charles County, Maryland

Grant Training and Funding Opportunities

Grant Training and Funding Opportunities

 
Resource Materials - 13th Annual Grant Training Seminar
Logic Models - A Tool to Establish Grant Goals / Objectives / Outcomes
 

On September 21st, 2018 the Charles County Commissioners, along with the College of Southern Maryland, the Nonprofit Institute at the College of Southern Maryland, Charles County Public Libraries, the Maryland Governor's Grants Office, and Charles County Charitable Trust jointly sponsored an interactive training session at the College of Southern Maryland. The following materials are made available for your reference:

The presenter was Anna Tatro, Grants Collection Specialist at Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore.


Resource Materials - 12th Annual Grant Training Seminar
Laying the Groundwork for Data Driven Success
 
On August 25th, 2017 the Charles County Commissioners, along with the College of Southern Maryland, the Nonprofit Institute at the College of Southern Maryland, Charles County Public Libraries, the Maryland Governor's Grants Office, Charles County Public Schools, and Charles County Charitable Trust jointly sponsored an interactive training session at the College of Southern Maryland. The following materials are made available for your reference:
 
 
The presenter was Nesreen Khashan, Data Dissemination Specialist-U.S. Census Bureau

Septic Upgrade Grant Funding Available for Charles County Residents

Charles County worked with residents to add nitrogen removal units to 95 on-site septic systems between November 2007 and December 2011 using grant funding from the Bay Restoration Fund. The Charles County Department of Health has additional grant funding available from the Bay Restoration Fund to continue installing nitrogen removal units.

Statewide these units are expected to keep over 30,000 pounds of nitrogen from entering the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries each year.

How is nitrogen harmful to the Chesapeake Bay? Visit Maryland's BayStat Website for more information.