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NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY FOR THE COLLECTIVE IMPACT GRANT PROGRAM:

IMPLEMENTATION PARTNER 

 The City of San José (“City”) is committed to building Healthy Communities That Inspire Belonging and is seeking an Implementation Partner to assess the immediate and unmet needs of the community and design a food and necessities distribution framework that addresses the gaps in local food insecurity. The Partner will also serve as a liaison between stakeholders, such as other local organizations, for example, the County of Santa Clara, other non-profits, school districts, faith-based organizations, and other key stakeholders. The Partner will administer grants to CBOs to create sustainability in the “Food and Necessities Network” by way of financially supporting direct and/or indirect costs associated with maintaining an emergency operations model that serves the residents of San José. 

Completed proposals must be submitted online via WebGrants by  September 25, 2020 at 4:00 PM 

If you have questions, please contact Patsy Cortez at patsy.cortez@sanjoseca.gov

  

NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY FOR THE COLLECTIVE IMPACT GRANT PROGRAM:
FOR
 GRANTEES 

The City of San José (“City”) has designated funds from the Coronavirus Relief Fund (“CRF”) to launch the Collective Impact Grant Program, which aims to provide economic support to qualified Community Based Organizations (“CBOs”) that are providing food and necessities services to the residents of San Jose due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The City is seeking proposals from CBOs to create sustainability in the “Food and Necessities Network” by way of financially supporting direct and/or indirect costs associated with maintaining an emergency operations model that serves the residents of San Jose. Services for this project must conclude by December 30, 2020. 

Completed proposals must be submitted online via WebGrants by September 25, 2020 at 4:00 PM 
If you have any questions please contact Patsy Cortez at patsy.cortez@sanjoseca.gov

 

CORONAVIRUS RELIEF FUND: ARTS ORGANIZATIONS

This grant is open to San Jose nonprofit 501c3 arts and cultural organizations negatively impacted by COVID-19 to reimburse specific and documentable expenses directly arising from the pandemic.

Optional Information sessions (via Zoom):  Sept 17 & 21, 2-3pm, send email to grantsworkshop@sanjoseca.gov to RSVP by noon the day of the session you wish to attend.

Completed proposals must be submitted via WebGrants by Tuesday, September 29, 2020 at 5:00 P.M.  If you have questions, please contact Karen Park at karen.park@sanjoseca.gov.

 

ATTENTION: Due to COVID-19, the Saint James Park and Public Life Program - Award Announcement is postponed until further notice. Should you have any questions, please contact Uyen Mai, Analyst for PRNS, at (408) 793-4314.

 

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ATTENTION SMALL BUSINESSES:

The city has set aside $3.8 million from its federal Coronavirus Relief Funds to provide businesses with grants of up to $15,000. The grants are meant to help them pay off unpaid or pending rents from between Mar. 1 to Dec. 30, 2020Businesses with 10 or fewer employees in San Jose that meet certain eligibility requirements may be eligible for the Small Business Rent Relief Grants. 

 

THIS GRANT PROGRAM IS NOT IN WEBGRANTS- DO NOT REGISTER HERE FOR THESE GRANTS.

 

To learn more and apply for the Rent Relief Grant program please follow this link (press Ctl while clicking): grants of up to $15,000

 

 

ATTENTION RESIDENTS:

This site is the portal by which Community Based Organizations and Non-Profits apply to grants the City gives that provide  City servcies.  It is not a general site to apply for government funding.  

HELPFUL WBSITES: A good City of San Jose website to go to for all types of COVID-19 related assistance is www.work2future.org . There is also good resources for small businesses at www.SJeconomy.com

Best wishes, 

WebGrants Administrator

 

Notice of RFP Opportunity

Employment Development & Housing Stability, and Rapid Re-housing 

 The City of San José Housing Department is pleased to announce a Request for Proposals (RFP) for an Employment Development & Housing Stability, and Rapid Re-housing, which is intended to meet two important objectives.

The first objective is for the Employment Development & Housing Stability program and is to create a program that supports job training, placement, and employment retention for low-income individuals residing in the City of San José and enrolled in Rapid Re-housing (RRH) and other housing assistance programs. To be eligible for CDBG funding, the job training must be tied to permanent job placements.

The second objective is for the Rapid Re-housing program and is to utilize an integrated approach to administering a Rapid Re-housing Program through the provision of temporary interim housing, case management services, deposit/rental assistance, and other services as appropriate. The purpose of this program is to provide all of the services and support to non-chronic homeless clients with the end goal of attaining and sustaining permanent housing.

A virtual application workshop will be held on Wednesday, September 23, 2020. Applicants are strongly encouraged to attend. Applications will be accepted through WebGrants by 12:00PM on Wednesday, October 14, 2020. Please note that new WebGrants applicants must register a few days prior to application submission.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Lynn Hua, an analyst with the Housing Department, at lynn.hua@sanjoseca.gov.

 
 
 
 
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