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One Baltimore

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Calls for One Baltimore. In response to the recent painful events that plagued Baltimore City, the Mayor Calls for city leaders and organizations to aid in Massive Cleanup and Recovery Efforts after the riots swept through our city.

One Baltimore is an opportunity where people in the community can work with city residents, leaders and officials to help with the post clean up efforts. If you would like to join forces with a citywide volunteer opportunity, please click here. Calls can be made to 311 and 410-545-1511 to locate volunteer opportunities
 
If your community, local business or church would like to post information about your cleanup efforts and need additional manpower from the community, click here to list your location
 
If you would like to make monetary donations, please click here.
 
If you would like to make donations of goods, materials, food or water, please click here.

Please share photos, stories etc telling the story of #OneBaltimore on Community Action Partnership’s facebook page by clicking here.

We will continue to follow-up as we have updates on our city. Please continue to reach out to us with your concerns and updates via email.

The Community Action Center locations are as follows:

Southeast Community Action Center
3411 Bank Street, 21224

Southern Community Action Center
606 Cherry Hill Rd. 21225

Eastern Community Action Center
1400 E. Federal St. 21213

Northern Community Action Center
5225 York Rd. 21212

Northwest Community Action Center
3939 Reisterstown Rd. 21215
 

Gold star City Fiscal Year 2016 - Consolidated Funding Application

The Mayor’s Office of Human Services – Homeless Services Program announces the release of the City Fiscal Year 2016 – Consolidated Funding Application (CFA). New and renewal proposals are being solicited for programs serving individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness and/or are at-risk of becoming homeless in Baltimore City.  

The CFA draws its financial resources from six grants that operate with similar funding guidelines: the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA), Emergency and Transitional Housing and Services (ETHS) grant, the Homeless Prevention Program, the Homeless Women Crisis Shelter Program (HWCS), and the Services Linked Housing (SLH) program. Respondents should read and pay careful attention to the details published in the CFA request for proposal to ensure their proposal is within the scope of the funding opportunity and the activities and costs requested are eligible under the available funding streams.

All proposals must be received no later than 4:00 pm, February 9th, 2015, to the Homeless Services Program Office: 7 E. Redwood St., 5th Floor, Baltimore, MD 21202.

Downloads:

Consolidated Funding Application – City Fiscal Year 2016
Consolidated Funding Budget Template – City Fiscal Year 2016
HOPWA Applicants Notice
CFA Threshold Review Policy
CFA Frequently Asked Questions

 

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