Appalachian Regional Commission Releases ARISE Program Webinar

ARC recently released a new notice of solicitation for applications (NOSA) for the Appalachian Regional Initiative for Stronger Economies (ARISE), our $73.5 million funding opportunity supporting collaborative, multi-state projects in Appalachia.

More than 120 prospective grantees joined ARC for a webinar to learn more about the new ARISE application process and templates.

Learn more about updates to the ARISE application and funding process by going here or revisiting the recording of the webinar.

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