The Fund for Veterans’ Assistance (FVA) Advisory Committee met in January 2020 to hear grant funding proposals from more than 100 organizations. As part of their proposal, each organization described the services they provide to veterans and how many veterans they hope to serve. Eligible applicants are comprised of non-profits or government agencies. Approximately $28.3 million is expected to be available to fund 2020-2021 grants.
Grant applications for 2020-2021 funding were due on October 25, 2019, and are to be awarded ...
Each budget category in FVA grants consists of subcategories, in order to assist staff and grantee in managing and reporting expenses.
The budget categories and subcategories are listed below. Additional details of what costs are allowable within each subcategory are listed in the right column.
Only costs listed are allowable costs within FVA grants. An applicant/grantee must have the subcategory/cost listed in the approved budget to be claimed. An explanation of the cost must be included in the budget narrative, relating the ...
The 2020‐2021 Grant Application webinar will cover basic information about the 2020-2021 Fund for Veterans’ Assistance Request for Applications in General Assistance, Housing 4 Texas Heroes, Veterans Mental Health, Veterans Treatment Courts, and the 5% set-aside in funding for Veterans County Service Officers.grgr
Staff will highlight changes from previous years’ RFAs and discuss the new web-based application process in the TVC GovGrants portal.