Grants Office Seeking Nonprofits for Survey on Programs and Management

The county’s Office of Grants Management is looking for nonprofit organizations to respond to a survey asking about the grants program and management practices, officials announced.

According to a press release, the survey’s goals include:

  • Guide reforms of the community grants (including cost-sharing capital grants) structure, process, timeline and goals
  • Inform the development of the county’s competitive grant program regulations, policies, procedures and support resources
  • Inform the development of the county’s grant agreement regulations, policies, procedures and support resources, and
  • Gain a broader understanding of the needs of the county’s nonprofit partners to make the grants transition a success.

“During the pandemic the Montgomery County’s nonprofit community met the challenge of providing critical programs and services,” County Executive Marc Elrich said in the release. “It’s important for the county to continue to serve the community through nonprofits and the best way to keep them operating efficiently is by listening to their concerns and suggestions for reform.”

Participants do not have to be receiving current funding from the county; the survey is open to all nonprofits.

The survey will be open until 9 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 16. Questions about it can be directed to Rafael Pumarejo Murphy, director of the Office of Grants Management, by calling 240.777.2775 or emailing [email protected].

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