The NNOOC org hardship application is a form that must be filled out by individuals who are experiencing financial hardship. The form must be submitted with documentation that proves the individual’s financial hardship. The NNOOC org hardship application is then reviewed by the National Nominating Officer (Nom) of your organization. The Nom is typically someone from the Unit Council or Unit Committee.
Why would I need to fill out the NNOOC hardship application?
If you are experiencing financial hardship, you may need to fill out the NNOOC org hardship application so that you can qualify for free membership to your unit until your financial situation improves. Many units offer reduced membership dues based on your level of hardship.
How do I get a copy of the NNOOC org hardship application?
You can download the NNOOC org Hardship Application form from the Boy Scouts of America website.
I submitted my NNOOC org hardship application. Now what?
Once you have completed and submitted your NNOOC org hardship application, it will be reviewed by the Nom assigned to your unit. The Nom is typically someone from the Unit Council or Unit Committee.
When can I apply for the CARES Act hardship assistance program?
The CARES Act provides financial assistance for small businesses and nonprofits that have been affected by COVID-19. The application for the program is available on the Small Business Administration website.
You can apply as soon as you meet the criteria. The SBA will update the CARES Act eligibility dates on their website.
What if I don’t receive a hardship 1 or 2 check?
If you receive a CARES Act hardship voucher and don’t spend it all before the program ends, you’ll need to contact the vendor you purchased goods from to see if they’ll accept the remaining balance as payment. If they do, great! If not, you’re unfortunately out of luck. The Act only provided funds for vouchers that were fully utilized.
What is the hardship 2 covid-19 assistance?
The HHS is also issuing grants from the Advance Payments for Services (APs) program. These grants are for nonprofits, state and local governments, and other types of organizations. APs grants are used to help covered entities make payments to vendors before hardship payments are issued. Nonprofits can get up to $5000, government agencies can get up to $25000, and other types of organizations can get up to $50000. APs grants are for payments that will be fully recovered through the receipt of hardship payments at a later date. If you’re a small business, you can not apply for an APs grant.
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