Grant in Aid

Grant-In-Aid is an appropriation made by the General Assembly to support the activities of non-profit organizations which provide services to the citizens of Delaware. The purpose of this funding is to provide supplemental funding to service agencies and should not be construed as a sole source of funding.  To see if you qualify for Grant in Aid, click here.

Grant In Aid Login

 

Fiscal Year 2023 Application Information

  

Important Dates

  • 09/01/2021

    General - Applications Open

  • 09/01/2021

    Veterans - Applications Open

  • 01/03/2022

    Senior Centers - Applications Open

    • FY23 GIA Senior Center Application Guide – Available Soon
    • Applications must be submitted by Friday, March 4, 2022

Important New Information

  • The State of Delaware has recently completed an upgrade to the sign-in process and has migrated all former single sign-on platform (SSO) users to the State’s new streamlined identity provider – My.Delaware (https://my.delaware.gov). With My.Delaware, your identity is secured with one trusted platform, allowing you access to all your State of Delaware applications with one login. Returning GIA application users that previously had an SSO account to access GIA should have received an activation email on the evening of August 4, 2021, requesting the user to complete the activation of your My.Delaware account. Users will need to click the link in the generated email to complete the activation. If you do not have access to your agency’s State of Delaware Single Sign-On (SSO) User Id and password that used to apply for GIA last year, or you did not receive an activation email on August 4, 2021, requesting you to complete the activation of your My.Delaware account, then you will need to create a new My.Delaware login. Follow the instructions contained in the My.Delaware Identity Provider User Guide beginning on page 8.
  • Beginning with this application period (for Fiscal Year 2023), an agency must not request funding for a GIA appropriation through a fiscal agent.
  • All materials submitted to the Office of the Controller General during the grant application process are subject to public inspection upon request in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Please provide a separate document listing any information contained in the application or financial documents and audits that you believe to be a trade secret or commercial or financial information that is privileged or confidential under FOIA, specifically § 10002(l)(2) of Title 29 of the Delaware Code.