2018-2019 Homeless Systems Fellowship Application
For this new opportunity, the Funders Collaborative is seeking proposals from public sector partners located in Los Angeles County, committed to systems change work to end homelessness and interested in working with, mentoring, and developing a one-year paid fellow to help in the community’s plan to end homelessness. This opportunity is open to public agencies including elected offices, LA County departments, and agencies in other local municipalities.
Applications are due no later than 5:00pm on Wednesday, December 15, 2017 by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION USING THE LINK IN THE BANNER ABOVE.
QUESTIONS & FAQs
For any questions related to your submission, please first download and review the Frequently Asked Questions (as of 11.20.17). This document is updated throughout the submission period as questions are collected.
If your question is not addressed on the FAQs, please email it to email@example.com. All relevant questions and responses will be included in the FAQ for all applicants to benefit from.
Questions will not be accepted after December 13, 2017 at 5pm PT.
November 15 — Application Released
December 15, 5:00pm — Submission Deadline
January 2018 — Announcement of public sector awardees
Jan. – June 2018 — Recruitment and selection process of fellows
Jul. 2018 – June 2019 — Fellows participate in systems fellowship program
HOMELESS SYSTEMS FELLOWSHIP PILOT
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
PUBLIC SECTOR PARTNERS
Complete submissions are due no later than Dec. 15 at 5pm PT.
All applications for funding consideration must be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. No more than one application will be accepted per agency. Applications may be submitted prior to the deadline.
2017 CITY PLANNING GRANT RFP –
APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED
In Fall 2017, the Home For Good Funders Collaborative, in collaboration with the County Homeless Initiative, released a one-time opportunity for local cities in the LA Continuum of Care to apply for funding to create a local homelessness plan. After an extensive review process, 47 cities were awarded planning grants. Below is the information shared with applicants and utilized during the review process for this funding opportunity:
2017 Homeless Count Results – City Data