Junction Neighborhood Grant Program for Two-Year Period

Last date: 
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
United States

Detailed Description

The ProMedica is seeking program partners that align with the areas of Education & Training, Health & Wellness, Jobs & Finances, Stable Housing and Basic Needs for its Junction Neighborhood grant program.

ProMedica will make funding decisions that best align with the investment strategies within the target areas. This framework is a roadmap for addressing specific health and human service challenges facing the Junction community.

Funding Areas

There are five funding areas available through this RFP process:

Education & Training:

  • Afterschool programming
  • Pre-K & Kindergarten Readiness
  • Social & Emotional Learning – Youth

Health & Wellness:

  • Neighborhood Safety
  • Environmental Health

Jobs & Finances:

  • Workforce Development
  • Entrepreneurship & Business Development
  • Financial Literacy & Counseling

Stable Housing:

  • Homelessness Prevention
  • Homeownership
  • Repairs & Renovations

Basic Needs:

  • General safety net services that support lower-income households in the Junction Neighborhood. Ex: food, childcare, transportation, etc.

Funding Information

  • ProMedica is estimating that total grant investment for this two-year cycle to be approximately $2.5 million throughout all RFP areas.
  • Funding is for a minimum, two-year period, contingent upon successful, demonstrable achievement of outcomes as outlined in the RFP.

Eligibility Criteria

Any agency or organization wishing to submit a proposal must:

  • Serve residents in the Junction Neighborhood (43607) through health and human services
  • Have a 501(c)3 status
  • Have a clean financial audit, budget, and/or balance sheet
  • Eligible agencies may submit multiple applications within different funding areas. If choosing multiple opportunities, individual applications must be submitted for each. Each funding area has a defined overarching goal, outcomes, indicators, and program requirements.

Required Documentation

Board List – The names and affiliations of the organization’s Board of Trustees.

IRS Letter – A copy of the organization’s tax exemption letter from the Internal Revenue Service.

Financial Statements – There are two options for submission of financial statements, which include: (1) Option 1 – Audited financials prepared within 12 months of the date of application, please provide the full audit; or (2) Option 2 – An unaudited income & expense statement (P&L) and balance sheet for the organization’s most recent fiscal year-end.

Operating Budget – A board-approved operating budget for the current fiscal year of the organization.

  • Program Budget (for the specific program you are applying to).

Source: https://www.toledocf.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/ProMedica-Junction-Guidelines.pdf

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