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COVID-19 RESPONSE FUNDING COLLABORATIVE OF GREATER BALTIMORE

United Way of Central Maryland has joined forces with a group of seven other funders to launch the COVID-19 Response Funding Collaborative of Greater Baltimore, a streamlined opportunity for nonprofit organizations to apply for funding to sustain, deepen, or pivot their operations to address critical needs in local communities resulting from the pandemic. Together, these philanthropic organizations and families have committed to deploying $1.2 million to meet a wide range of urgent challenges communities are facing.
For more information on the Collaborative, and to apply for funding, please visit this website: www.greaterbaltimorecovidresponse.org.

Funding is available for non-profits serving Baltimore City and Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll and Harford Counties. This emergency response funding opportunity will be open until May 29, 2020 and grant awards will be made on a rolling basis.

Following this application period, the Collaborative will provide updates regarding additional/emerging funding priorities that our communities will be facing at that time.

HOWARD COUNTY RESPONDS FUNDING COLLABORATIVE

United Way of Central Maryland has joined forces with the Community Foundation of Howard County, Horizon Foundation, and Women’s Giving Circle of Howard County to raise and distribute funds to nonprofits organizations who are supporting community members affected by COVID-19 in Howard County.

The first phase of this response is designed to get funding to non-profits who need it quickly. The funding application is open from April 6th to midnight on April 10th at midnight. Following this initial application period, HoCo Responds will continue to update the community regarding future funding opportunities that will address additional/emerging needs our communities will be facing.

Application information can be found here: https://www.hocorespond.com/apply.html

Homelessness Prevention Program Lobbyist

United Way of Central Maryland is seeking an effective and proactive state lobbyist/advocate that can develop and advance a state advocacy plan with the goal of utilizing TANF funds in support of our Homelessness Prevention Program, which spans the Greater Baltimore region. Please see the Request For Proposals, here, that details the scope of work and eligibility criteria for applicants. Proposals (electronic only)  are due by 4:00 pm on May 1, 2020. Interviews will be conducted with the top 3 finalists in late-May, after which one contract will be extended for $50,000.00 for the period from July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021.

The period to submit questions to uwcmgrants@uwcm.org is now closed. Answers to all questions asked by April 10, 2020 are now available, here.



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