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Title: Doing Business 2.0 Nonprofit Presentation for Venable LLP


1
Doing Business 2.0 Nonprofit Presentation for
Venable LLP Responsive Government Promoting
Partnerships for a Better DC
2
What We Do
  • Mission
  • To enhance the capacity of District government
    agencies, community and faith-based
    organizations, nonprofits, to identify, apply,
    and secure resources that advance the Mayors One
    City Action Plan and top public policy priorities
    including education reform, financial
    stability, job creation, public safety, self
    determination, and sustainability
  • Core Functions
  • Grant and Resource Development Support
  • Districts State Single Point of Contact (SPOC)
  • Executive Leadership and Organizational
    Development Training and Technical Assistance
  • Donations Solicitation Oversight and Management
  • Collaboration and Partnership Building Best
    Practices

3
Helping you Find Grants
  • Grants Information Resource Center (GIRC)
  • OPGS staff support four computer stations with
    access to searchable competitive grant funding
    databases such as
  • Foundation Center Grant Postings
    www.foundationcenter.org
  • GrantsDirect Grantmakers Listings
    www.GrantsDirect.com
  • Grant Station International Insiders
    www.GrantStation.com/international_insiders
  • Funding Alerts
  • Weekly online publication with Federal,
    Foundation, District government, competitive
    grant opportunities, DC government procurement
    links resource announcements are on OPGS
    website see www.opgs.dc.gov
  • Sign Up today for your copy

4
Current Competitive Grant Opportunities
  • OLA Latino Community Development Grant 1.4M
    (8/13/13)
  • OSSE 21st Century Community Learning Centers
    Grant 1.2M (9/6/13)
  • HHS Supporting the Continuum of Care Building
    Ryan White Program Grantee Capacity to Enroll
    Eligible Clients in Affordable Care Health
    Coverage Program 9.1M (7/29/13)
  • UPO Community Service Block Sub-Grant 250K
    (7/31/13)

5
The City Fund
  • Introduced by Mayor Gray as part of the FY14
    Budget - The One City Fund with 15M in
    competitive grants for nonprofits
  • Administered by the Community Foundation for the
    National Capital Region (CFNCR) and now called
    The City Fund
  • Grants up to 100 will be awarded for program
    support and capacity building support
  • Nonprofits with an active 501 (c) (3) and
    operating budgets of 100K or more serving
    District residents are eligible to apply
  • CFNCR plans to release RFPs for program grants
    (10/13) and capacity building grants (2/14)
  • How to apply Go to www.communityfoundation.org
    or info_at_cfncr.org for more details

6
Getting Ready to Apply
  • Organize Documentations
  • 501 (c) (3) Certificate, DUNS Number, Tax
    Identification Number, SAM Registration, IRS 990
    DCRA Certificate of Good Standing, Indirect
    Cost Rate
  • List of Key Office Personnel, Board of Directors,
    Consultants, and Partners along with their
    current bios and resumes
  • Organizational Strategic Plan including
    Mission, Goals and Objectives, and Evaluation
    Methodology Operating Budget, Audited
    Financial Statements
  • Utilize the Funding Alert, GIRC, Foundation
    Center, Grants.gov to identify grants and
    eligibility requirements
  • See the Faith and Communities in Action Grant
    Writing Resource Guide _at_ www.bjatraining.org
  • Proposal Writing Tips
  • Develop a comprehensive, and compelling proposal
    use accurate/current data explaining why the
    funder should care, how your approach is
    different, can make an impact
  • Demonstrate how your proposal meets the needs of
    the target population rather than yours otherwise
    you might set yourself up for failure
  • Describe the existing gap e.g. knowledge,
    resource, or service what is ought to be, and
    how funding can improve the proposed solution
  • Identify collaboration opportunities built on
    shared values, missions, and resources

7
OPGS Contact Information
Office Address 300 E St. NW, Washington , DC
20001 Main Office Number (202) 727-8900 FAX
(202) 727-1652 Director, Lafayette A. Barnes
(202) 727-8901, email Lafayette.Barnes_at_dc.gov
Deputy Director/Manager, Nonprofit and Faith
based Relations Pat G. Henry (202) 727-0946,
email Pat.Henry_at_dc.gov Donations Manager,
Cesar Vence (202) 727-7996, email
Cesar.Vence_at_dc.gov Special Projects Volunteer
Kathy DeBoe, (202) 727-7998, email
Kathy.Deboe_at_dc.gov Special Assistant, Njambi
Kuria, (202-727-8900), email Njambi.Kuria_at_dc.gov
Staff Assistant Javon Wells, (202) 727-8900,
email Javon.Wells_at_dc.gov
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