Grants Management Division (GMD)

Overview


The Department of Housing and Human Concerns (DHHC) Grants Management Division (GMD) is responsible for the administration of over $12 million in grants awarded by the County of Maui. Grants are awarded to organizations that provide services and programs to the community in the areas of social welfare, youth services, youth centers, homelessness, substance abuse, animal management, and other public service programs. 


Grants Program


The Grants Program is administered by the GMD. The GMD executes and manages grants awarded by the County, and also solicits grant applications on behalf of the County.

Grant Applications
Invitation to Apply
County of Maui
Department of Housing & Human Concerns
Grant Application (FY2020)
  Homeless programs


In an effort to meet the needs of Maui County residents, all qualified private non-profit and for-profit organizations providing or planning to provide services and programs in the area of homelessness within Maui County are invited to submit a Grant Application to the Department of Housing and Human Concerns (DHHC).

Funding periods:


Remaining months of Fiscal Year 2020 (Notice of Award to June 30, 2020)

Grant Fund Categories (2 Separate Categories):


  1. Homeless Programs (Molokai)
    • Primary focus of program must include homeless outreach service on the island of Molokai only.
    • Outreach services on the island of Molokai must occur at least twice a month.
    • Applying organization and subsequent program must adhere to the Housing First approach.
    • Applying agency and applicable staff must be or become “access points” for the Coordinated Entry
    • Applying organization must be or become a member of the Bridging the Gap Continuum of Care.
  2. Homeless Programs (Central Maui)
    • Primary focus of program must include the purchasing and operation of a homeless mobile hygiene unit to be located and operated in the Central Maui district only.
    • Applying organization and subsequent program must adhere to the Housing First approach.
    • Program must include homeless outreach services.
    • Applying agency and applicable staff must be or become “access points” for the Coordinated Entry System as defined by the Coordinated Entry System policy and procedures.
    • Applying organization must be or become a member of the Bridging the Gap Continuum of Care.
    • Maximum funding amount limited to $200,000 inclusive of purchasing mobile hygiene unit and operations.

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ualifying Requirements for Applicants:


  • Must be a profit organization incorporated under the laws of the State of Hawaii, or a nonprofit organization determined to be exempt from federal income tax by the Internal Revenue Service.
  • In case of a nonprofit organization, have a governing board whose members have no material conflict of interest and serve without compensation.
  • Have bylaws or policies which describe the manner in which business is conducted. Such bylaws or policies shall include provisions relating to nepotism and management potential conflict-of-interest situations.
  • Be licensed and accredited in accordance with applicable requirements of federal, state, and county governments, as necessary.

Grant Application Submission:


Qualified organizations wishing to submit a request for grant funds are required to use the DHHC Grant Application (FY2020) forms.
Grant Applications will be reviewed by the DHHC and organization will be notified.

Applications are now Available
Applications DUE:  No Later Than March 31, 2020
Hand delivered applications: Must be received by the DHHC/GMD at: 
2200 Main St, Ste 547
Wailuku, Maui 96793
No Later Than: 4:30 p.m. on March 31, 2020.
Mailed applications: Must be sent to:
DHHC, Grants Management Division
200 South High Street 
Wailuku, Hawaii 96793
and postmarked No Later Than: March 31, 2020.