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.

FY 16 CSE New Partnerships RFP

Family League of Baltimore is facilitating a Request for Proposals (RFP) process in support of the network of Community and School Engagement (CSE) partnerships in Baltimore City Schools.  Through this RFP, we are seeking new partnerships to facilitate Community Schools Planning, implementation of Community Schools, and provision of Out of School Time programming in a select number of CSE network schools.

Applicants are encouraged to attend a community forum to learn more and ask questions about the grant opportunity and application process.  The community forum is scheduled as follows:

Thursday, May 28th at 3:00 p.m. at 2305 N. Charles Street, Suite 200, Baltimore, MD 21218.

The deadline for submission is June 8, 2015.

2016 CSE New Partnerships RFP FINAL
Attachment 1 – Role of CS Lead Agency Final
PROPOSAL COVER SHEET – Collaborative (For use with Pinderhughes & Franklin Square applications)
PROPOSAL COVER SHEET – Individual
CS Spending Plan template
FY-2016 -Family-League-Budget
Baltimore City Local Hiring Law

Interconception Care Home Visiting

Support for Women Who Have Had a Fetal or Infant Loss

Family League of Baltimore, in partnership with the Baltimore City Health Department, are seeking grant proposals from local governments, nonprofit organizations, for profit entities, and faith-based organizations to deliver interconception care home visiting to women in Baltimore City who have experienced a fetal or infant loss.  The model has been adapted from the Healthy Families America (HFA) model of home visiting and the Partners for a Healthy Baby home visiting curriculum.

Applicants are encouraged to attend a community forum to learn more and to ask questions about the grant opportunity and application process.  The community forums is scheduled as follows:

Wednesday, May 13th at 2:30 p.m. at 2305 N. Charles Street, Suite 200, Baltimore, MD 21218

The deadline for submission is Friday, May 29, 2015.

ICC RFP FY 2016 FINAL 2015.05
Interconception Care – Cover Sheet
FY 2016 Family League Budget Expense Form
Baltimore City Local Hiring Law
Exhibit A – 12 critical elements
Exhibit B – HFA InformationExhibit C.
BHB one pager
ICC HV RFP PP 5.13.15 FINAL
Interconception Care Home Visiting RFP Q A

Community Schools Planning – 21st Century Schools

Family League of Baltimore is facilitating a Request for Proposals (RFP) process in support of the network of Community and School Engagement (CSE) partnerships in Baltimore City schools.  This opportunity is open to local governments, nonprofit organizations, for profit entities, and faith-based organizations.

Applicants are encouraged to attend a community forum to learn more and to ask questions about the grant opportunity and application process.  The community forum is scheduled as follows:

Thursday, April 2nd at 5:00 p.m. at 2305 N. Charles Street, Suite 200, Baltimore, MD 21218

Please review the application and related documents found below to learn about eligibility, guidelines, and submission instructions.

The deadline for submission is April 24, 2015.

FY 15 CS Planning 21st Century Schools RFP FINAL
Proposal-Cover-Sheet
CS Spending Plan template
FY 15 standard contract template CITY FINAL
Baltimore City Local Hiring Law

Q&A for Community Schools 21st Century Planning RFP
SCHOOLS and CS LEAD

Request for Proposals – Summer Programs Serving Baltimore Children

Family League of Baltimore has teamed up with The Annie E. Casey Foundation and The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation to grant funds to organizations providing summer activities and programs for Baltimore City youth.  The grants will support programs that focus on such areas as reading, science, technology, engineering or math, as well as programs serving children with disabilities. The summer programs must be geared primarily towards youth in low-income families living within the city.

Through this grant opportunity, Family League will expand summer programming by adding slots to existing programs and by enhancing program content in the areas of K-3 literacy and high-school aged youth.  All proposals must be submitted using a Common Grant Application.  The application and eligibility criteria are available by visiting www.aecf.org/summergrants.

We encourage applicants to attend one of two community forums being held about this grant opportunity.  They are scheduled for Thursday, February 12th at 4:30 p.m. at the Annie E. Casey Foundation (701 St. Paul Street) and Friday, February 13th at 10:30 a.m. at the Family League (2305 N. Charles Street).  Responses to questions addressed at these forums will be posted on our website – applicants are encouraged to visit the website frequently for updates.

The deadline for submission is 12:00 noon on Tuesday, March 10, 2015.

FAQs for Summer Grants