Neosho County, Kansas is receiving $3,202,912 in Coronavirus Relief Funds (CRF) from the State of Kansas through the Federal CARES Act. Neosho County will leverage these funds to address immediate health and economic needs with the goal of creating a better, stronger future.
Do you have further questions about the CRF funds? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!!
Neosho County Direct Aid Plan (click on link to download)
The Neosho County Commissioners approved the above plan to be submitted to the state of Kansas on Thursday, August 13th, 2020. The plan and subsequent reimbursements that had been submitted to the county were sent to the State of Kansas for approval. Once, approval is received funds will begin to be distributed and available. Keep checking back for any updates!
Neosho County has implemented three grant programs to assist residents, businessess, and government entities to provide economic support. Only two relief grant programs are currently accepting applications but stay tuned for the additional grant program information!!
This Program is designed to alleviate burdens on the most vulnerable individuals or households experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19 and to provide greater economic security to residents of Neosho County:
To find out additional information please click on the following link or you can email email@example.com :
As part of its strategy to rebuild the local economy, the County has established the COVID-19 Agency Operational Relief Grant Program (hereinafter, the “Program”) which is designed to meet the needs of the County's small businesses, nonprofit organizations and governmental entities.
The Program provides grants to cover eligible COVID-19 expenditures made or planned through year-end 2020, including costs associated with operating losses, costs of "business interruptions and disruptions," and expenses related to public health actions for businesses and non-profits.
In addition to supporting small businesses and nonprofits, the County will provide governmental entities, political subdivisions, and municipalities such as cities, higher education institutions, and school districts with grants to address the impact of COVID-19. In accordance with section 601 (d) of the Social Security Act, public entities are not eligible for revenue replacement.
To find out further information on the Agency Relief Grant Program click on the following link or you can email with any additional questions you may have at firstname.lastname@example.org:
To apply for this grant opportunity please click on the following link for an online application: