A strategic NCPG initiative, Agility Grants offer funding to nonprofit organizations across the country for problem gambling prevention programs. The goal of these grants is to fill in gaps for areas that currently have no such services, as well as bolster promising efforts in existing programs.

Agility Grant funding will be deployed to support prevention programming innovation and amplification, including new activities, validation of promising initiatives or expansion of proven programming. Applications will be evaluated on several criteria, including alignment to the Agility Grants program principles and funding pillar strategies as well as anticipated community impact.

This program is generously funded by the NFL via the NFL Foundation, with additional support from FanDuel.


The Spring 2024 funding round will be open for applications from January 17 to February 28, 2024, with awards announced in early April 2024.

agility grants resources

Fall 2023 Info Session

This 60-minute webinar will provide information on how to apply for Agility Grant funding. Geared for first-time applicants, the webinar is designed to help you to submit your best application possible. 

agility grants application resources & FAQ’s

To support equitable access to Agility Grants funding, NCPG provides assistance to interested applicants who seek to better understand the submission requirements including webinars, information sessions and open office hours.

Agility Grants Strategic pillars

The Agility Grant program is the first-ever program to offer national grants in problem gambling prevention. The program will award more than $1 million dollars over three years to establish and expand problem gambling prevention efforts across the country.

Agility Grants Recipients

Agility Grants provide support and help build much-needed momentum toward reducing the long-term personal, social and economic costs of problem gambling. NCPG is proud to support each Agility Grant awardee as they work within their communities to bring about positive social change.