City Seeks 2020 Human Service Agency Funding Requests

The following is a press release from the City of Longmont and is published by the Longmont Observer as a public service.

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The City of Longmont is seeking requests for proposals from private or public, nonprofit or for profit, nongovernmental
or governmental agencies that serve Longmont residents.

Agencies must serve primarily low- and moderate-income Longmont residents. All agencies must be able to document that their services benefit a significant number of Longmont residents; agencies that operate on a countywide or regional basis must also demonstrate how they successfully involve the Longmont community in planning and program development to most effectively address the needs of Longmont residents.

City of Longmont funding is intended to support direct service nonsectarian programs. City human service funding does not provide start-up money to establish a new human service agency or program, or for major capital purchases or facility improvements.

 Proposed programs must fall under one of six impact areas:

  • Housing Stability
  • Self-sufficiency and Resilience
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Health and Well-being
  • Education and Skill Building
  • Safety and Justice

All applicants must submit applications online using the city’s grant management system, e-CImpact, which is a collaborative grant management system shared with the City of Boulder and Boulder County.

All current and new applicants are strongly encouraged to attend a logic model and program evaluation training sponsored by the Funder’s Collaborative. Participation and the quality of the logic model and program and evaluation descriptions in the funding application will affect funding decisions. Prospective applicants need attend only one session.

To learn how to register or for more information contact Eliberto Mendoza, City of Longmont, 303-774-3511or eliberto.mendoza@longmontcolorado.gov

Applications are due by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 1, 2019. Late applications will not be accepted.


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