Community Assistance Grant Program (CAP) – U.S.

Deadline: 18-Mar-21 The City of San Leandro, California is seeking applications for its Community Assistance Grant Program (CAP) that provides financial support to non-profits providing human services and programs for individuals and families living in San Leandro. The Request for Funding Applications (RFA) is for a two-year funding cycle covering fiscal years within 2021-2023. CAP is funded by the City of San Leandro general fund and federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) fund from the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD). Funding Information Contingent on the availability of funds, the City of San Leandro will make available an estimated $250,000, comprised of CDBG and Community Investment funds per fiscal year within 2021- 2023 to support human service programs. The minimum grant is $10,000. Funding Criteria Proposals will be evaluated using the following funding guidelines: Proposals must meet an unmet service gap identified in the Human Services Gap Analysis. Priority will be given to: Severe/High-Level Mental and Behavioral Health Needs Development of Food Security programs or services Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence Services Job Development, Income Support and Employment Services CDBG funding consideration must also meet CDBG consolidated & action plan priorities and eligibility requirements: Benefit low/moderate-income (LMI) people; At least 51% of the clients must have income < 80% of Area Median Income; or Primarily serve “presumed (to be LMI households) beneficiaries” – abused children, elderly persons, battered spouses, disabled adults, homeless persons, migrant farm workers, illiterate persons, persons living with AIDS. Additional Funding Considerations: The total number of San Leandro residents served. Avoid duplication of service, except where there is demonstrated need for multiple providers. One grant per agency (grant may fund multiple activities.) A record of accomplishment of providing quality service. If the agency is a repeat applicant, a demonstrated history of timely compliance requirements from former agreements. A demonstration that the agency has the fiscal capacity to fulfill requirements. A demonstration that the grant helps to leverage other funds. Other sources of funding for the proposed service. Proposal effectively enhances and/or augments an existing human services system of care. For more information, visit https://www.sanleandro.org/depts/rec/rh/cagrant.asp Post Views: 103 Previous articleSwedish Institute Academy for Young Professionals (SAYP) Training Programme I am a doctor and a social entrepreneur. Follow me on my social media platforms to stay in touch or to contact me.

Community Assistance Grant Program (CAP) – U.S.