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Basic Needs and Strategic Priorities Grant
Basic Needs & Strategic Priorities
United Way of Broome County is taking action on what Broome County residents feel is most important while also working to address poverty in our community. The Strategic Priorities, identified in 2016, that we will fund through this RFP are:
- Families are empowered and economically stable.
- Youth are prepared to live, learn, work and contribute.
- Seniors are healthy and safe.
Through this RFP, United Way of Broome County will also fund programs that work to meet the basic needs of Broome County residents. Meeting peoples’ basic needs and reducing poverty through targeted initiatives will transform the lives of individuals, moving them from crisis to self-sufficiency. Aligning with the common agenda of the Binghamton-Broome Anti-Poverty Initiative (BBAPI), we envision a Broome County with vibrant neighborhoods where residents feel safe and can live a healthy, financially stable life with increased access to resources and services.
DIRECTIONS FOR APPLYING
To access the online application, please first fill out the Letter of Intent by Friday, November 16, 2018. Once submitted, United Way of Broome County staff will be in contact with you via email to provide you with directions and a login to access the online application.
United Way of Broome County will hold a public information session to offer organizations the opportunity to learn more about this effort and the application/review process on:
November 8, 2018, from 2:00-3: 30 pm at our offices on 101 S Jensen Road, Vestal, NY 13850
LETTER OF INTENT (Due by Friday, November 16, 2018)
Letter of Intent available as a Google Form by clicking here.
SUBMITTING A PROPOSAL (Due by Friday, January 11, 2019)
Proposals must be submitted no later than 3:00 pm on Friday, January 11, 2019. All required attachments must be uploaded in PDF file format. Applicants must answer all questions in full. Hard copy paper applications will not be accepted, and late applications will not be reviewed. Please see RFP for more information.
Applicants are encouraged to call Alexis Savidge, Community Initiatives Associate at 607-240-2007 with any questions about this grant program.