Clawing Back Federal Grants

This page will provide you with a central location for the wealth of information available about clawing back federal resources to Local Governments, First Responders, Faith Leaders, Hospitals, Nonprofit Organizations, Schools, and much more.

For assistance with navigating the federal grant application process, contact our Director of Return on Investment at or call at 201-389-1100 with any questions.

Helpful reminders when applying for Federal Grants:

  • Every applicant needs a Unique Entity ID number. To register for a UEI please use this link.
  • This office can help you get in contact with a federal agency, ask questions to federal agencies, and process a request for a Letter of Support for your application.

Since 2017, the Fifth District is now up more than 357% in grants, resources, and federal dollars clawed back from Washington. For 2021 alone, the federal tax dollars clawed back amount to an average savings of more than $750 for each household in the Fifth District. This federal investment helps to lower local property taxes, make local communities safer, and make life more affordable. We all need to work together to ensure we’re getting the strongest return on investment.


What types of grants are you looking for?

Fill out a grants research request form for help identifying federal programs that offer grants for your organization. By filling this out, our Return on Investment Director will get in touch with you about opportunities for your organization. You can also contact him directly by phone at (201) 389-1109 or by email at

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What types of grants would you be interested in?

Have you received or would you be interested in receiving a grant from any agency below?

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Other than what is requested above, please do not submit any personally identifiable information.

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You’ll get an answer very soon. In the meantime, follow me on social media for updates on my work for you and the people of our district.