Date Published: July 2014
Allowable in-kind match resources may be from public (not statutorily prohibited by the funding agency from being used as a match) or private resources and may include the value of any real property, equipment, goods, or services contributed to the project. The recipient must ensure that any funds used to satisfy the in-kind matching requirements are eligible under the laws governing the services in order to be used as match for a grant awarded under the CoC Program.
In general, program participant mainstream benefits are not considered match in the CoC Program because the benefits are not committed to the recipient/subrecipient for the activities funded through the project. Instead, benefits are provided to the program participant and are based on program participant eligibility for that program.