SNCTF, now known as the Trust, released it's 1st RFP on 10/23/19 and hosted an RFP Launch session at the FanPlex. Attendees learned about the grant cycle and how they can become a Community Grant Reviewer.
SNCTF hosted a listening session on Sept. 11, 7 p.m. at Fanplex. Approximately 80 residents came out to share their feedback on the new RFP Grant Cycle.
The CD/HS committee was presented with 7 proposals brought by the SNCTF committee. The council voted to move forward the motion to award $267,265 to support community programs.
The SNCTF Committee convened on August 10th to create a vision for community grant opportunities that aligns with distribution of funds and to develop a structured, equitable funding system and process that supports the needs of the community.
Houseproud, the first organization approved for funding by the SNCTF committee received its first installment of funding which will assist 12 seniors with home repairs.
The SNCTF committee contracted CommunityBuild Ventures (CBV) to serve as their new program manager. CBV started in July and will serve and support grant administration.
The SNCTF Committee awarded it's first grant to HouseProud. The organization helps low-income senior, veteran, and disabled Atlanta homeowners make crucial home repairs so they can age in place in their communities.
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