Cal OES – UWNC Emergency Preparedness
Request for Proposal Sub-grantee Application
The Goal of the United Way of Northern California Emergency Preparedness Project is to change the behaviors of our most vulnerable community members, to increase resiliency through preparedness, and build a culture of neighbors helping neighbors in Siskiyou and Tehama Counties.
The grant term starts upon completion of grant agreement and ends December 31, 2020. The application can be found here UWNC Emergency Preparedness RFP 2019 Please email completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sub-grantees will agree to a Scope of Work including but not limited to:
• Completion of UWNC “Train the Trainer” for community emergency preparedness.
• Implementation of 1-hour emergency preparedness trainings for vulnerable populations.
• Continued outreach and presentations to community members sharing campaign materials and community wide training opportunities.
• Collecting data and stories related to grant activities.
• Participating in ongoing collaboration and coordination to support county wide preparedness. (VOAD, CERT, FSC, or others)
Total Funding Available:
Siskiyou County $180,000, Tehama County $200,000
Each individual grant to the CBO Partners is dependent upon the scope and breadth of the proposed project. CBOs are invited to propose strategies that, include one or multiple vulnerable populations and encourage progressive engagement from community members through the Listos California For All Campaign. Applicants should review the target goals in the kick off power point and justify all requests to the total goal of the project.
United Way of Northern California (UWNC) will consider sub-awards to local Community Based Organizations (CBO) based on the following criteria:
• Applicant holds non-profit status
• Applicant can demonstrate the staff and/or volunteer capacity to provide the training.
• Applicant is willing and able to provide culturally appropriate emergency preparedness training to the staff and/or clients of their organization.
• Applicant agrees to provide training as guided by UWNC in coordination with the California for All Public Outreach and Education Campaign.
• Priority will be given to those applicants currently serving a vulnerable population.
• Applicant will have the capability to provide training to at least 25 participants and agree to engaging with at least 100 individuals.
A webinar will be held December 17th to allow for technical assistance and questions regarding the application. Please contact Kalie or another UWNC staff person for the webinar link. Completed applications should be submitted electronically to Kalie Brisbon email@example.com. The deadline for proposal submission is 5pm, December 23rd, 2019.