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Outside Agency Grant (OAG)

Outside Agency Grant (OAG)


The Outside Agency Grant (OAG) is funded by County tax revenue and no specific amount is committed for OAG each year. To be eligible for funding, a project must provide services and assistance that substantially benefits Clark County residents (NRS 244.1505). Projects that provide a substantial benefit are programs or services needed by disadvantaged citizens to increase their self-sufficiency and personal independence, programs or events that foster community pride or cohesiveness, and/or facilities and projects that strengthen the community's infrastructure. Generally, these OAG grants are intended to supplement services provided directly by the County, or are funded in lieu of the need for the County to establish such programs.

GRANT APPLICATIONS CAN ONLY BE ACCEPTED FROM NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT ENTITIES, NOT FROM INDIVIDUALS OR FROM FOR-PROFIT FIRMS.


2024/2025 OAG Opportunity
 
Clark County Social Service is pleased to announce that Fiscal Year 2024/2025 Outside Agency Grants (OAG) county general funds are now available through a grant application process. There are two application tracks: Department Initiative and Community Initiative.  Note there are two separate applications in ZoomGrants for each track.  Please read application instructions for each track to determine which is a fit for your agency.  The application for OAG funds will become available beginning Monday, January 8th, 2024.
 
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Links for OAG 2023-2024 Subrecipients (current grant year):

*Please note that the training presentation was held for a previous grant year. While most of the information remains the same, current Subrecipients must still review the updated and current Guidelines (both the PDF and PowerPoint versions) to ensure that you account for any updated information. The most current information was also sent to all current Subrecipients via email. Contact your assigned Grants Coordinator if you have any additional questions.

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