FAQs

I’m a grantee and am looking for national and community service photos to use in our brochures. Where can I find them?

CNCS maintains an online photo gallery for all its programs. High-resolution digital files of the photos can be downloaded directly from the site.

How do I find national and community service programs in my state?

Visit our State Profiles section and click on your state. There is a listing of grantees under each program. They are listed by city and organization name. To find the appropriate CNCS contact for your state, download the PDF labeled “National Service Contacts in My State.”

I’m interested in promoting your programs to my organization’s constituents. Where can I order brochures or other promotional materials?

Visit the National Service Publications website to order publications and promotional materials.

I’m a faith-based organization. Am I eligible to apply for a CNCS grant?

The Corporation for National and Community Service's Faith-based and Community Initiatives (FBCI) is an integral part of our efforts to provide opportunities for Americans of all ages and backgrounds to give back to their communities. FCBI helps connect faith-based and other community groups to CNCS, ensuring that these groups have the capacity, tools, and volunteer power they need to help America’s communities flourish. Learn more about FBCI.

Where do I find out about CNCS funding opportunities?

Opportunities vary by program. Learn more about what’s available, eligibility, responsibilities, and new grant opportunities.

Help, I’m having trouble using eGrants. Who can I contact for help?

Listed below are points of contact available to you for answering your questions, obtaining information or technical assistance involving eGrants.

For technical issues related to eGrants, please visit the National Service Hotline or call 1-800-942-2677. Inquiries concerning NOFAs, application content or general program questions should be directed to the specific program officer or program staff.

Inquiries concerning NOFAs, application content or general program questions should be directed to the specific program officer or program staff.

How do I submit a grant application?

eGrants is an online system designed to automate the entire grants and project management process from application to closeout. It allows applicants to find funding opportunities, apply for grants or projects, and manage grant reporting online. Visit eGrants.

Do you have any national conferences or trainings?

Each summer CNCS hosts workshops and seminars at the National Conference on Volunteering and Service sponsored by the Points of Light Foundation.

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