​​​​​​​​“We’ve had enough with poverty, crime, and a system where generational challenges go unaddressed. We will help transform distressed communities into places with top schools; good jobs, safe neighborhoods, quality housing, and economic momentum. That’s the future we’re trying to build.” - Governor Wes Moore​


ENOUGH Grant Program Application


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Sign up for the ENOUGH Grant Program Listserv to be notified of technical assistance offerings, Grant Program FAQs, and other applicant resources.​​


Want to be an EN​OUGH Community?

The ENOUGH Grant Program offers resources and technical assistance to tackle neighborhood-level poverty by enhancing collaboration across sectors like education, health, workforce, housing, and community safety.

Learn about grant application requirements and access materials like the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) below. The first major deadline is July 19, 2024.

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ENOUGH Applicant Supports

ENOUGH Grant Program applicants will receive comprehensive training and technical assistance, including:

  • An online learning hub with expert resources and training on best practices
  • A data dashboard to help communities identify inequities, prioritize needs, and make data-driven decisions
  • Hands-on coaching and technical assistance from local and national experts, Local Management Boards, the Governor’s Office for Children (GOC), place-based state government staff, and other relevant agencies
  • Questions about these resources and/or general questions about the ENOUGH Grant Application and Initiative? Reach out to ENOUGH@maryland.gov​.
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