To access our Grant Guidelines, please view our website.

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This form is for nonprofit organizations and community associations in the South Baltimore Gateway District to request materials, supplies, or services in response to hardships caused by the COVID-19 virus. 

Use this form if any of the following applies: 

  • Non-profit organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status.
  • Mission-based organization (e.g. a neighborhood association) without 501(c)(3) tax exempt status but with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor.
  • Faith-based organization with a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status.
  • School or government agency.
  • Unincorporated community organization or group of active community residents with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor.

This form is NOT for:

  • Individual residents seeking help.
  • Businesses seeking help.
  • Requests for help from outside the South Baltimore Gateway Partnership District. 
  • Requests for one item (e.g. a bottle of sanitizer).

If you are unsure of your eligibility, contact Acacia Asbell, aasbell@sbgpartnership.org or Amy Bernstein, abernstein@sbgpartnership.org. 

Emergency Services and Supplies cannot be provided directly from SBGP to businesses or individuals. Requests must go to one of the organizations listed above for distribution. We will rely on your organization to receive and distribute the aid. 

Use appropriate safety practices to prevent spreading infection. 

NOTE: South Baltimore Gateway Partnership is unsure of the length of time that Emergency Requests will be considered.  All requests are contingent upon the organizational budget of SBGP.

For more information regarding the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/prevention.html 

We will provide regular updates on changes to programs, policies, and resources for emergency aid via email and our Facebook page. To avoid our emails going to spam, please add hello@sbgpartnership.org to your email address book. In addition, please follow us on Facebook if you can and do not already do so. 

Hello Grantees of South Baltimore Gateway Partnership, 

Thank you for completing the quarterly or final report for your SBGP-fund project. Please note Grantee' reports are used to share how SBGP funds are being spent, with members of the public and SBGP district. In order to share a project status with our Board members and community stakeholders, please submit quarterly reports by the following schedule:

January 5th

April 5th

July 5th 

October 5th 

* SBGP acknowledges the hard work that goes into project planning and ongoing project management. If your project has just started and/or is still in the planning phases, you are still encourage to submit a report to reflect your planning efforts.

Please contact Acacia Asbell at aasbell@sbgpartnership.org if you have any questions regarding reporting requirements. 


Hello CDC Operating Fund Grantees of South Baltimore Gateway Partnership,
Thank you for completing the quarterly or final report for your SBGP-fund project. Please note Grantee' reports are used to share how SBGP funds are being spent, with members of the public and SBGP district. In order to share a project status with our Board members and community stakeholders, please submit quarterly reports by the following schedule:
January 5th
April 5th
July 5th
October 5th
* SBGP acknowledges the hard work that goes into project planning and ongoing project management. If your project has just started and/or is still in the planning phases, you are still encourage to submit a report to reflect your planning efforts.
Please contact Acacia Asbell at aasbell@sbgpartnership.org if you have any questions regarding reporting requirements.

South Baltimore Gateway Partnership