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Planting Prosperity Program Grant in the US

Planting Prosperity Program Grant in the US


Deadline: 29-Apr-22

The California Department of Social Services’ Office of Child Abuse Prevention is pleased to announce the release of the Planting Prosperity Program Request for Applications (RFA).

Grantees must provide an innovative primary or secondary child abuse prevention program in California directly or through competitively-awarded micro-grants or subcontracts with community-based/neighborhood-level organizations that will operate new innovative prevention programs or which currently operate innovative primary prevention programs.

Funding Information

Source of Funds: The Planting Prosperity Program grants are supported by federal Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) funds provided through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).
Funding Cycle and Duration: October 1, 2022 – September 30, 2025
Projected Funds Available: Up to $100,000 per year in total federal funds per grantee. This grant will provide limited-term funding for a maximum of three years and will not be renewable.
Eligibility Criteria

Funding for this grant opportunity may not be used for the expansion of current OCAP-funded programs.
Applicants must have demonstrated the ability to successfully partner with key stakeholders, communities, and/or state, county, or tribal government agencies.
Applicants must be trauma-informed. In the context of care, the applicant organization must realize the widespread impact of trauma and understand potential paths for recovery; recognize the signs and symptoms of trauma in clients, families, staff, and others; and respond by fully integrating knowledge about trauma into policies, procedures, and practices, and seek to actively resist re-traumatization.
Applicants must be willing and able to actively participate in shared twice-yearly learning conversations located in Sacramento or via webinar.
Applicants must be willing and able to collaborate with the OCAP in identifying appropriate evaluation methods and data collection.
Applicants that are awarded a grant must be available for monthly progress calls with the assigned OCAP grant manager.
Preference will be given to applicants who will distribute a portion of the funding as competitively awarded micro-grants and/or subcontracts with community-based/neighborhood-level nonprofit organizations in California which will operate new innovative primary or secondary prevention programs, or that currently operate innovatively primary or secondary prevention programs.
Preference will be given to Indian Tribes or Non-Profit Tribal Organizations in California.
The OCAP intends to select grantees throughout the state of California to facilitate equitably geographic distribution of funding across a variety of regions within California.
For more information, visit https://www.cdss.ca.gov/inforesources/ocap/grants

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