Current Funding Opportunities

The Family League of Baltimore has the following funding opportunities. Please review the documents linked below for detailed information about requirements and deadlines.

Please check back periodically as we add more funding opportunities and provide updated information on current opportunities.

Requests for Proposals – Community and School Engagement

Family League of Baltimore has released two Requests for Proposals (RFP) in support of the network of Community and School Engagement (CSE) partnerships in Baltimore City schools.

Through the Gilmore Elementary School RFP, we are seeking a new partnership for Gilmore Elementary School. Through the CS Planning Facilities Design RFP, we are seeking new partnerships focused on facility design and partnership development at 7 Baltimore City schools.

Please review these RFPs and related documents to learn about eligibility, guidelines, and submission instructions.

Community and School Engagement New Partnerships RFP – Gilmore Elementary School

• CSE New Partnerships RFP
• Budget Template
• Local Hiring Law
• Role of CS Lead Agency
• CSE New Partnerships Community Forum 10 13 14 Q&A Final

Community School Planning – Facilities Design RFP
• CS Planning Facilities Design RFP
• Exhibit A – School Profiles
• Local Hiring Law
• Role of CS Lead Agency

Request for Proposals – Park Heights Master Plan – Human Services Local Impact Aid

Family League of Baltimore, on behalf of the Mayor’s Office of Human Services, is making competitive grant funding available to local community organizations, government agencies, non-profits, and faith-based organizations to work in collaborative partnerships to meet the needs of local youth in the Park Heights Master Plan area.

Proposal Cover Page
Park Heights FY 2015 Request for Proposals
Budget Form
• Q&A From Community Forums Sept. 10 and Sept. 11

Related Documents and Links
• For an example of results-based accountability, visit www.resultsaccountability.com
Q&A from Family League FY 15 RFP Community Forum (July 14, 2014)
Q&A from Mayor’s Office of Human Services RFP 2014

 

Request for Proposals – Community and School Engagement

Family League of Baltimore has released a Request for Proposals (RFP) in support of the network of Community and School Engagement (CSE) partnerships in Baltimore City schools. Through this RFP, we are seeking new partnerships for 2 high schools and 2 elementary schools.

Please review this RFP and related documents to learn about eligibility, guidelines, and submission instructions.

FY 15 Family League CSE New Partnerships RFP
Exhibit A – CS at Mergenthaler Vo Tech HS Application Guidance
Exhibit B – CS at Achievement Academy Application Guidance
Exhibit C – CS Planning at Arundel Application Guidance
Exhibit D – CS Planning and OST at Baybrook Application Guidance
Attachment 1 – Role of CS Lead Agency
Attachment 2 – 2015 Budget Expense Form CS
Attachment 2 – 2015 Budget Expense Form OST
Proposal Cover Sheet
Proposal Cover Sheet – Baybrook Only
Family League CSE New Partnerships RFP Questions and Answers 8.5.14

Park Heights Master Plan – Human Services Local Impact Aid

Family League of Baltimore, on behalf of the Mayor’s Office of Human Services, is making competitive grant funding available to local community organizations, government agencies, non-profits, and faith-based organizations to work in collaborative partnerships to meet the needs of local youth in the Park Heights Master Plan area.

Please review this RFP and related documents to learn about eligibility, guidelines, and submission instructions.

Collaborative Proposal Cover Sheet
Park Heights Master Plan – Local Impact RFP
Family League Budget Park Heights Local Impact Aid 
Questions and Answers from July 14, 1014, Community Forum
List of Potential Collaborating Partners

Related Documents and links
• For an example of results-based accountability, visit www.resultsaccountability.com
• Q&A from Mayor’s Office of Human Services RFP  2014

Requests for Proposals for Healthy Families America® (HFA) Home Visiting Services

The Family League of Baltimore is making competitive grant funding available to local governments, nonprofit organizations, for profit entities, and faith-based organizations to deliver Healthy Families America® (HFA) home visiting services to Baltimore City families.

Please review this Request for Proposals (“RFP”) to learn about funding categories, guidelines, grantee requirements, submission instructions, proposal review and the funding process.

Proposal Cover Sheet
 FY 2015 Family League Budget Home Visiting
• FY15 Healthy Families RFP
• FY 15 Healthy Families RFP Exhibits
• List of Uncovered Census Tracts
Local Hiring Laws and Regulations
Baltimore City Local Hiring Law
Home Visiting Map
 HFA Home Visiting RFP Community Forum QA FINAL