$3 Million In Grant Awards Available To Protect Maryland Nonprofits Vulnerable To Hate Crimes

The Governor’s Office of Crime Prevention, Youth, and Victim Services announced Wednesday that applications are open and $3 million in funding is available for the Protecting Against Hate Crimes Grant program.

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- Applications are now open for funding from the Protecting Against Hate Crimes Grant Program. $3 million in grant money will be available for Maryland nonprofits that could be vulnerable to hate crimes. The funding will go towards security needs, like software equipment and physical security upgrades. The Governor's Office of Crime Prevention says, there were nearly 400 hate bias incidents reported in 2019.