(a) Grants authorizedSubject to the availability of appropriations for this section, the Corporation may make grants to State Commissions and nonprofit organizations for the purpose of assisting the State Commissions and nonprofit organizations to—
(1) In general
(2) ContentsEach application submitted pursuant to paragraph (1) shall contain—
(B) an assurance that the applicant will annually collect information on—
(C)a description of the outcomes the applicant will use to annually measure and track performance with regard to—
activities carried out by volunteers; and
volunteers recruited, managed, or supported; and
(c) Eligible volunteer programsA State Commission or nonprofit organization receiving a grant under this section shall use the assistance—
(2) through subgrants to community-based entities to carry out volunteer programs or develop and support such entities that recruit, manage, or support volunteers, through 1 or more of the following types of subgrants:
A subgrant to recruit, manage, or support volunteers to a community-based entity such as a volunteer coordinating agency, a nonprofit resource center, a volunteer training clearinghouse, an institution of higher education, or a collaborative partnership of faith-based and community-based organizations.
(C)A subgrant to acommunity-based entity that provides technical assistance and support to—
expand the number of volunteers nationally.
(d) Allocation of funds
(1) In generalOf the funds allocated by the Corporation for provision of assistance under this section for a fiscal year—
the Corporation shall use 50 percent of such funds make  an allotment to the State Commissions of each of the several States, the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico based on the formula described in subsections (e) and (f) of section 12581 of this title, subject to paragraph (2).
(e) Limitation on administrative costs
(f) Matching fund requirementsThe Corporation share of the cost of carrying out a program that receives assistance under this section, whether the assistance is provided directly or as a subgrant from the original recipient of the assistance, may not exceed—