DOEE seeks eligible entities to propose ways to build community and workforce capacity to address housing conditions in the District of Columbia associated with two serious pediatric health problems, lead exposure and asthma. Applicants will propose project objectives and activities to strengthen community and workforce capacity to identify and address health hazards in housing, with a strong focus on facilitating collaboration with multi-sector partners. The amount available is up to $106,000. DOEE may award multiple grants.
Beginning March 6, 2020, the full text of the Request for Applications (RFA) will be available in the attachments section below.
The amount of available funding has changed since this RFA was released.
A person may obtain a copy of this RFA by any of the following means:
Download this RFA and related information from the Attachments section.
Email a request to [email protected] with “Request copy of RFA 2020-2016-LSHHD” in the subject line.
The deadline for application submissions is April 6, 2020 at 4:30 pm. A complete electronic copy must be e-mailed to[email protected].
UPDATE: An informational conference call and opportunity for question and answers will be held on March 27, 2020 at 1:00 pm.
Participants may call in at: 1-877-680-0165
Use participant code 5498641
Eligibility: The institutions below may apply for these grants:
- Nonprofit organizations, including those with IRS 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(4) determinations;
- Faith-based organizations;
- Universities/educational institutions; and
- Private Enterprises.
For additional information regarding this RFA, write to: [email protected].