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Homeless Shelter Child Care Services Fiscal Year 2020 Grant Application

The links below allow applicants to download the necessary grant application documents for Fiscal Year 2020 Child Care Services funding. Baltimore County is seeking a nonprofit partner to receive a grant of up to $125,000 for the initial term, January 2020 through June 2020, with renewal grants of up to $250,000 for the subsequent July through June renewal periods.   

Applications must be received by Friday, August 16, 2019 at:

Department of Planning, Second Floor
Grants Administration
Jefferson Building
105 West Chesapeake Avenue, Suite 201
Towson, Maryland 21204  

Public Hearing and Pre-Proposal Meeting (Highly Recommended)

Please join us for a pre-proposal meeting and tour of the child care center to discuss the grant Request For Proposal (RFP) and answer any questions about the child care services. The hearing will be held on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at 10 a.m. in the child care center at the Eastside Family Shelter, Eastern Family Resource Center, 9150 Franklin Square Drive, Rosedale, Maryland 21237.

Homeless Shelter Child Care Services

Fiscal Year 2020 Child Care Application Instructions and Checklist, Part 1 and Part 3 (Word document)

Fiscal Year 2020 Child Care Application Part 2, Budget Pages and Application for Financial Assistance (Excel document)

Homeless Services, Public Services and Capital Project Fiscal Year 2020 Grant Applications

Baltimore County announces grant opportunities for Fiscal Year 2020 funding. Nonprofit and government organizations serving County citizens are eligible to apply for grant monies in three areas:

  • Homeless Services—Projects preventing homelessness or assisting those currently homeless
  • Public Services—Projects that address needs of low-income citizens in the area of employment, child care, health, education, substance abuse and welfare
  • Capital Projects—Projects that serve people with disabilities or meet general community development needs

Generally, grants range in size from $15,000 to $200,000 annually. The County encourages applications from both new organizations and those who have previously received grant funds.

Please pass this information on to any organizations serving County citizens who you believe may be interested in providing comments during our public hearing or those interested in grant funding for Fiscal Year 2020.

The links below allow applicants to download the necessary grant application documents for Fiscal Year 2020 funding made available through federal, state and County funds. The largest source of funds is derived from the federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. The Department of Planning uses the CDBG guidelines to shape its applications and the use of grant funds. Additional funding comes from the federal Emergency Solutions Grant, the State of Maryland and County General Funds. Applications for Fiscal Year 2020 grants are currently closed.

Homeless Projects—Application Currently Closed

Fiscal Year 2020 Homeless Services Instructions (PDF)

Fiscal Year 2020  Homeless Services Application Questions (Word document)

Fiscal Year 2020 Homeless Services Application Budget Pages and Application for Financial Assistance (Excel document)

Fiscal Year 2020 Homeless Services Required Attachments in Support of Proposal (Word document)

Public Service Projects—Application Currently Closed

Fiscal Year 2020 Public Services Instructions (PDF)

Fiscal Year 2020  Public Services Application Questions (Word document)

Fiscal Year 2020 Public Services Application Budget Pages and Application for Financial Assistance (Excel document)

Fiscal Year 2020 Public Services Required Attachments in Support of Proposal (Word document)

Capital Projects—Application Currently Closed

Fiscal Year 2020  Capital Project Application (Word document)

Fiscal Year 2020 Capital Project Application Budget Pages and Application for Financial Assistance (Excel document)

Staff Contact

Karen R. Edsell
Phone: 410-887-5606  
kredsell@baltimorecountymd.gov

 
Revised June 21, 2019         

 

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