Help Lane County Earn Matching Funds for Non-profit Efforts
posted 10 months ago by lanecoad from Lane COAD
Dear COAD Members
In order to increase our overall funding for Lane County from FEMA, we ask that all member agencies track their volunteer hours for this event, including any grassroots community volunteers. This will prepare us to apply for FEMA matching funds when available for our most impacted communities. We have created a form at http://bit.ly/lanecoad that all agencies can use.
Volunteers will select their agency name from the drop-down menu and provide a brief description of work completed.
COAD will provide members with reporting on this data upon request and in the after-action report when the incident concludes.
Please note - if you already have a tracking system in place, please continue to use it if preferred, and we will add the numbers together later.
Thank you COAD for all you are doing to help our community. Let us know if you need any support. We are here for you!
COAD Steering Committee
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