Nonprofits can apply to the Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs for grants to assist veterans with a variety of services.

The application deadline for the Veteran’s Service Grants is June 14th. Eligible applicants must be a nonprofit registered with the Indiana Secretary of State and use the money to assist veterans in any of the following areas:

-Work to eradicate homelessness

-Avoid short-term homelessness

– Provide help with regard to safe living conditions

– Support for veterans transitioning from public housing programs to home ownership or long-term rental status

– Assistance in finding available state and federal resources

-Provide therapeutic services

– Providing on-the-job training and job search assistance

The department awards grants between $ 25,000 and $ 150,000, depending on the number of eligible applicants, applicants’ needs, and the availability of funds.

“IDVA’s previous GVS awards focused on veteran homelessness,” said Dennis Wimer, IDVA director. “We are pleased to continue this work and provide grants to other areas of critical need for Indiana’s veterans, including therapeutic services, connecting veterans with their state and federal benefits, and training and job search assistance.”

Applications are due by June 14 at 5:00 p.m. EST.

The grant period begins on July 1st.