Family League has deep relationships at all levels, from the Mayor’s office to on-the-ground community organizations and is able to bring key players to the table to develop tools for change. Family League also connects and convenes private and public funders, local community leaders, educators, health professionals and business to develop a shared agenda for action.
We invest funding into community-based organizations to help children and families in Baltimore reach their full potential. We strive to improve institutions so that individuals can grow, learn, and build a better community.
Family League’s funded partners are our link to Baltimore. We connect a wide range of partners with funding opportunities to help them mutually reach our goal that by 2030, all children in Baltimore will be born healthy, succeed academically, graduate high school and transition into higher education and the workforce.
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Professional Services Opportunities
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ): Expanded Youth Programming External Evaluator
DEADLINE: February 12th, 4pm
Family League is seeking an external evaluator to complete a retrospective implementation and outcome evaluation of Expanded Youth Programming (EYP) to understand how well the program is working and the impacts on participants. EYP provides enriching experiences and learning opportunities to young people in Grades K-12 at community-based locations across the City. These programs have been funded through the Baltimore City Mayor’s Office and City Council for the last three fiscal years, including the current year.
Family League will provide the selected evaluator with de-identified administrative data about the program model, operating days, and participants. We will also provide anonymous youth surveys that provide self-reflection on impact and experiences with the program. The anticipated deliverables for the evaluation project include:
A. Development of research questions and logic model in consultation with Family League
B. Document/data review and analysis
C. A final public report that contains an executive summary, findings of the study, data visualizations,
D. A presentation to internal Family League staff on the findings of the evaluation
E. A presentation to EYP partners on the findings of the evaluation
The External Evaluator shall comply with any contractual or statutorily required privacy standards for maintenance of data as applicable including those required by the Family Educational Records Privacy Act (34 CFR §99); The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) 45 CFR Part 160 and Part 164, Subparts A and E; and the Code of Maryland Regulations
INVITATION TO PRESENT – Professional Development Workshops
Family League is seeking providers to facilitate professional development workshops specifically to enrich Community School Coordinators and Out-of-School Time Site Managers/Directors on core competencies related to their work. Workshops will address one or more of the integrated focus areas and will highlight best practices that support the implementation of well-designed, high-impact programs and activities. These interactive workshops will utilize methods that support adult learning to include sharing, networking, and reflection.
Additional Funding Opportunities from Partner Organizations
Equity Leaders Action Network (ELAN) Fellowship – The BUILD Initiative
The BUILD Initiative is excited to announce the second cohort of Equity Leaders Action Network (ELAN) Fellowship. The Fellowship supports state, county, tribal, and territorial leaders to work within early childhood systems to advance policies, practices, programs, and initiatives that intentionally redress racial marginalization and create racial equity. Applicants should be interested in taking action within their roles, responsibilities, and spheres of influence to remediate and reduce disparities and inequities for young children (birth to age five), their families, and communities. The Fellowship is designed to nurture a community of leaders who work together to support, critique, and strengthen their shared commitment to building early childhood systems in which race and place no longer determine child outcomes and family well-being. The two-year ELAN Fellowship, funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, will run from April 2021 to April 2023.
Up to twenty-five leaders working in state, county, tribal or territorial programs, initiatives, or structures within the early childhood system (e.g., early learning and care, health, child welfare) will be selected to participate in the second ELAN cohort. Applicants’ leadership work in early childhood systems must be focused on young children (prenatal to age 5). The ELAN Fellowship program intentionally seeks to include early childhood system and program leaders from communities and groups who historically have experienced and/or currently experience racial, ethnic, and economic marginalization.
Applications are due February 19, 2021.
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation – Baltimore City Community Grants Program
The Weinberg Foundation and the Mayor’s Office have partnered to create a funding opportunity for small nonprofits (annual operating budget of $500,000 or less) that provide direct services to low-income individuals and families in Baltimore City.
Grants, up to $10,000 per year and a maximum of one year, will be provided for general operating support, program support, equipment, and capacity building (e.g., evaluation and audit costs). The Foundation will make all grant payments directly to the nonprofits.
Learn more here.
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Grant Application Tutorial
Family League of Baltimore is pleased to consider requests to support organizations responding to various grant opportunities. These requests afford Family League the opportunity to learn of new resources being created within the community as well as to facilitate linkages among the proposed project and established initiatives and programs.
In order to submit a request for a letter of support, please download and complete the form provided below and return it to email@example.com. Please note that requests will typically take 10 business days to process and complete and the decision to provide the letter will depend on alignment with Family League’s mission, partner’s performance, and any potential conflicts that may arise.
The Review Panel Member serves as part of an independent review panel convened by Family League of Baltimore to rate and score proposals submitted in response to a Request for Proposals (RFP). This panel represents experience and knowledge in the fields of human service provision and programmatic oversight of the types of services and resources being developed. Please read the full position description here.
Baltimore City Local Hiring Law
The Local Hiring Law (Council Bill 12-0159) (the “Law”) is applicable to all City contracts that are greater than $ 300,000.00, or agreements authorizing assistance that are within the terms of §27-2 of the Law executed by the City on or after the Law’s effective date, December 23, 2013. The Law requires compliance by vendors/contractors and their subcontractors regardless of the subcontractor award amount and by all persons benefitting from an agreement involving more than $ 5,000,000.00 in assistance for a City subsidized project.
Visionaries of Color Virtual Nonprofit Summit
Sat, November 7, 2020, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST
Join us in a productive space where people of color can learn, network, and dream bigger for their non-profit organization. Nonprofit Elders and experts will guide you through the non-profit building process, funding, and more.
Many Nonprofit Visionaries of color start organizations to address an issue(s) that has personally affected them or their communities. Unfortunately in the midst of the trauma that ignited the idea paired with inexperience it can become difficult to present the organization to potential funders and the community in a way that will gain credibility.
First we must invest in healing, create a structure for success, and build the organization to last.
SEE YOUR VISION IN IT’S FULL COLOR!
Mid-Atlantic Community Network – Free for Nonprofits; Enables Warm Referrals for Case Management
Kaiser Permanente and Unite Us are excited to collaborate with Maryland Nonprofits to support the launch of the Mid-Atlantic Community Network in Greater Baltimore on October 20. To participate in this network to electronically, or refer community members in need to service providers throughout the region and track outcomes, please complete this Partner Registration Form. Being a part of this community will provide connections to more than 140 organizations that are already participating throughout the DMV area. Questions? Contact Jason Jude at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This unique twist on our annual convening of Funded Partners was presented as a 4-day virtual experience. It provides a thorough review of mandatory contract requirements that support your ability to maintain eligibility. Additionally, President & CEO Demaune Millard shared the organization’s progress toward completing Transformation 2020: A Strategic Plan for Organizational Success and its partner document, Community Health Needs Assessment: Through a Health Equity Lens. Attendees were also able to meet critically important members of Family League’s team.