EFSP Funding Application: Greene County, Missouri

  • Agency Information

    The deadline to submit an application for Phase 38 funding is Friday, January 29, 2021 at 12:00 pm. Any nonprofit, faith-based, or local government agency that provides food and shelter services may apply for funds during the application period for each EFSP phase. Current or former EFSP participation is not a requirement. Interested agencies must submit an application to the Local Board in the jurisdiction where they are providing services. Remember that each Phase/Fiscal Year is considered new and funding to agencies is not guaranteed. Please contact [email protected] with questions. See https://www.efsp.unitedway.org/ for more details.
  • A separate application must be submitted for each phase.
  • If your agency does not already have a DUNS number, request one at https://fedgov.dnb.com/webform/. If one does not already exist, it will be created within one business day.
  • Emergency Shelter

    Complete this section if your agency is applying for funds to provide emergency shelter.
  • The Greene County EFSP allows up to $12.50 per person per night.
  • Rent and/or Mortgage Assistance

    Complete this section if your agency is applying for funds to provide rent and/or mortgage assistance.
  • automatically calculated from the amounts requested above
  • Administrative Allowance

    The Greene County EFSP Local Board has historically awarded the administrative allowance to United Way of the Ozarks. United Way administration is typical of EFSP programs across the country. If your agency would like to be considered to administer the program for Greene County, please check the box below.
  • History and Service Capacity

  • Applicant Agreement

    By checking the box below, the applicant certifies that their public or private agency agrees to the following terms, should they be selected for an award by the EFSP Greene County Local Board: ■ Has the capability to provide emergency food and/or shelter services. ■ Will use funds to supplement/extend existing resources and not to substitute or reimburse ongoing programs and services. ■ Is nonprofit or an agency of government. ■ Will not use EFSP funds as a cost-match for other Federal funds or programs. ■ Has an accounting system and will pay all vendors by an approved method of payment. ■ Understands that cash payments (including petty cash) are not eligible under EFSP. ■ Conducts an independent annual review if receiving $50,000-$99,999/an independent annual audit if receiving $100,000 or more in EFSP funds, and follows OMB’s Uniformed Guidance if receiving $750,000 or more in Federal funding. ■ Has not received an adverse or no opinion audit. ■ Is not debarred or suspended from receiving Federal funds. ■ Will provide a Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) to EFSP if requested. ■ Will provide a Data Universal Number System (DUNS) number issued by Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) and required associated information to EFSP if requested. ■ Practices non-discrimination (agencies with a religious affiliation, will not refuse service to an applicant based on religion, nor engage in religious proselytizing or religious counseling in any program receiving federal funds). ■ Will not charge a fee to clients for EFSP funded services. ■ Has a voluntary board if private, not-for-profit. ■ Will provide all required reports to the Local Board in a timely manner; (i.e., Second Payment/Interim Request and Final Reports). ■ Will expend monies only on eligible costs and keep complete documentation (copies of canceled LRO checks -- front and back, other proof of payment, invoices, receipts, etc.) on all expenditures for a minimum of three years after the end-of-program date, and for compliance issues until resolved. ■ Will spend all funds and close-out the program by my jurisdiction's selected end-of-program date and return any unused funds ($5.00 or more) to the National Board. ■ Will provide complete, accurate documentation of expenses to the Local Board, if requested, following my jurisdiction's selected end-of-program date. ■ Has no known EFSP compliance exceptions in this or any other jurisdiction. ■ Will not use EFSP funding for any lobbying activities and if receiving $100,000 or more, will provide the “Certification Regarding Lobbying” and, if applicable, will complete Standard Form LLL, “Disclosure Form to Report Lobbying”, in accordance with its instructions. ■ Will not and will ensure its employees, volunteers or other individuals associated with the program will not engage in any trafficking of persons during the period this award is in effect. ■ Will not and will ensure its employees, volunteers or other individuals associated with the program will not use EFSP funds to support access to classified national security information.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

A copy of your application will be emailed to the agency contact listed above by the Greene County EFSP Local Board contact. Please contact [email protected] with questions.