Emergency Food and Shelter Program
Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) funding is federal funding awarded through the Department of Homeland Security. EFSP was created in 1983 to supplement and expand the work of local social service agencies, both nonprofit and governmental, to help people with economic emergencies. EFSP funds must be used to supplement feeding, sheltering (including transitional sheltering) and rent/mortgage and utility assistance efforts.
EFSP is governed by a National Board that selects jurisdictions for funding. Local Boards are convened in those qualifying jurisdictions to determine the highest need and best use of funds and to select Local Recipient Organizations (LROs) that will provide emergency food and shelter services. GWRC oversees the local funding process for EFSP.
Please visit the EFSP website for more information about this program
The EFSP Local Board for Virginia Planning District 16 is soliciting project applications for Phase 38 EFSP funding. EFSP funding is Federal funding awarded through the Department of Homeland Security. All relevant documents are available below.
Quick Reference Guides:
- Served Meals
- Other Food
- Mass Shelter
- Other Shelter
- Utilities: Metered | Non-Metered
Backup Documentation Templates:
- Served Meals: Direct Cost | Per Meal Log | Mileage
- Other Food: Other Food | Food Bank | Mileage
- Mass Shelter: Direct Cost | Per Diem Log | Mileage
- Other Shelter
- Building Code Repairs/Accessibility Improvements
- Administration: Direct Cost | Payroll
If you have any question, please contact Kate Gibson, Local Board Chair at 540-642-1579 or email@example.com.