2021 Call for Grant Proposals
The Partnership for a Healthier Alexandria is seeking grant proposals from qualified nonprofit organizations to improve the health and well-being of youth and adults who live, work and play in the City of Alexandria. Proposals must advance specific goals, strategies and tactics in the Alexandria Community Health Improvement Plan in three priority areas—Housing, Mental Health and Poverty. The proposal must address one of the strategies in these priority areas and one or more of their related tactics. The tactics are identified in the Community Health Improvement Plan.
Priority Area: Housing
Strategy C: Provide additional needed services in housing to reflect community needs and values.
Priority Area: Mental Health
Strategy A: Assure culturally appropriate and trauma-informed mental health resources, services and support for all Alexandria communities.
Priority Area: Poverty
Strategy B: Increase availability and lower costs of childcare and programming.
In addition, proposals should describe how funding will be used to promote equity or address inequities or disparities.
New and innovative tactics will be considered as long as there is a direct connection between the innovative tactic and its contribution to achieving one of the three identified strategies.
Grant Proposals Due……………By Midnight, July 19, 2021
Awards Announced……………..August 16, 2021
Grant Period Begins…………….August 30, 2021
Grant Ends……………………………August 31, 2022
Final Grant Report Due……….September 30, 2022
Eligibility and Funding Availability
Applicants must be nonprofit organizations with a 501(c)(3) designation from the IRS or be sponsored by a fiscal agent with a 501(c)(3) status.
Proposals must demonstrate that funding will be used to benefit adults and/or youth who live, work and play in the City of Alexandria.
Successful applicants will be required to submit a final report using the report template provided by the Partnership for a Healthier Alexandria.
The minimum funding request is $2,500 and the maximum funding request is $10,000. Funds must be spent by grantees by August 31, 2022.