The Orange County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for its second annual Community Crime Prevention Grant program.

The innovative program provides micro-grants to nonprofit organizations, neighborhood groups, and eligible applicants, that are engaged in programming that addresses neighborhood safety, crime prevention, and/or drug abuse education and prevention.

The Sheriff’s Office will provide grants ranging from $2,500-$10,000 per project with a total of $150,000 available for this cycle. The grants are made possible via using seized contraband assets which are held in the Sheriff’s Law Enforcement Trust Fund.

Click HERE for more information, you have until December 9th to apply.

Previous awardees include Tough Biker Orlando and So You Want Your Name In Lights, and you can learn more about them below.

Brendan O'Connor

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