What is in-kind match?

In-kind match is typically in the form of the value of personnel, goods, and services, including direct and indirect costs.  Some examples include:  volunteered professional services, materials/equipment, space and facilities, non-federally funded program activities, etc.  Sub-grantees must document the contributed resource of value for all forms of in-kind match.  For specific guidance regarding match requirements, please refer to the Victims Services Grant section online and select the specific grant program.