Delaney Office Hosts Federal and State Grants Workshop in Hagerstown

Over 175 attend workshop at Washington County Free Library

HAGERSTOWN – August 19, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — The Office of Rep. John K. Delaney (MD-6) hosted a Federal and State Grants Workshop Tuesday in Hagerstown at the Washington County Free Library. Attended by over 175 people, the event featured representatives from federal, state and local agencies who offered advice on how to apply for grants. The Grants Workshop is the sixth constituent services workshop Delaney’s office has held since April.

“Local organizations make our communities stronger every day. They know where the problems are and what the solutions are. Bringing grant money into Maryland can help economic development, improve education and health care and serve people in need,” said Congressman Delaney. “Navigating the grant process isn’t always easy and the goal of this workshop was to bring people together, answer questions and make sure that local agencies, small businesses and non-profits know what grants are available.”

The Grants Workshop featured representatives from the following organizations:

Grants.gov
The United States Department of Agriculture Office of Rural Development
The United States Department of Labor
The Appalachian Regional Commission
The Maryland Governor’s Grants Office
The Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention
The Community Foundation of Washington
The Foundation Center

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