Boost Nassau Nonprofit & Special-Purpose District Grant Application
Nassau County Office of the County Executive
Greetings! Welcome to the Boost Nassau Nonprofit and Special-Purpose District Portal.
COVID-19 has had a broad financial impact on many of Nassau County’s nonprofits and other organizations and the County is committed to assisting these organizations that serve our residents every day.
The County has allocated federal funds from the American Rescue Plan Act to create the Boost Nassau Nonprofit and Special-Purpose District Grant Program, and is currently accepting applications to:
- Provide Social Services
- Promote County Cultural Institutions
- Manage Groundwater Conservation
- Provide Technical Assistance to Small Businesses
We invite you to apply for a grant to help your organization in delivering the services our residents need.
Use of federal funds requires collection of the specific information included in this application.
Applications cannot be saved, so please have the following documentation and information available before starting.
For Water Districts that do not file an annual return with the IRS or have not been issued an IRS Tax Determination letter, please type this on your organization's letterhead and upload as a PDF in the documents section of the application.
- 2019 IRS Form 990
- 2020 IRS Form 990
- IRS 501(c) Tax Determination Letter
- New York State Tax Exemption Letter
- Specific information about the program, including a breakdown of anticipated expenses
By completing the Boost Nassau Nonprofit and Special-Purpose District Grant Application your submission will be reviewed to determine eligibility. In all cases, Nassau County reserves the right to reject any application in the event the County identifies a potential conflict of interest or the appearance of a conflict of interest. Submission of an application in no way obligates the County to award funding and the County reserves the right to reject any or all applications at any time.
Boost Nassau Nonprofit and Special-Purpose District Funding Grant recipients agree to a reporting process post-award to assure funds are used as intended.