In 2021, Congress reinstated earmarks, also referred to as congressionally directed spending, reviving an opportunity for nonprofits and municipalities to request funding from the federal government for community projects. Recognizing the scale of this opportunity and the complexity of navigating the earmark funding process, our team quickly mobilized to ensure nonprofits had the tools and resources needed to apply.  

By leveraging our experience, Integer has successfully maximized nonprofit clients’ chances of securing earmark funding. We provide comprehensive research and assist clients through every step of the earmark process, from tailoring requests for specific Members and executive branch accounts, to supporting organizations with their engagement efforts. Our track record of success includes helping nonprofits find funding for housing, disaster relief, workforce development, educational, childcare, and infrastructure projects. Based on this record, we recently expanded our practice to advise additional stakeholders, including local governments and municipalities.