Foundation / Corporation
Enterprise Community Partners
09/06/19 11:59 PM EDT (8:59 PM PDT)
Grants of up to $60,000 and in-kind services to USA community development corporations, community housing development organizations, and housing-related organizations serving Native Americans to support data collection and analysis that will lead to a better understanding of community needs, new program designs, and evaluations of programs related to housing stability. The goal of this grant program is to help resolve some of the challenges of using data to expand housing stability for low-income people and other vulnerable populations in rural and tribal communities.
Projects or programs that expand housing stability may include (but are not limited to):
Through this grant opportunity, Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. (Enterprise) will provide federal grant funds as well as technical support to community development corporation (CDC) and certified community housing development organization (CHDOs) that are supporting the collection and/or analysis of data (primary or secondary) to better understand community needs, design programs, and evaluate successes of programs or projects that improve housing stability for low-income and other vulnerable populations. For the purposes of this grant, data may include qualitative, numeric, or other forms, such as interviews, participant stories, surveys, images, maps, non-public datasets, and other forms. Data may be collected by organizations (primary data) and/or exist in already collected forms (secondary data).
GrantWatch ID#: 186646
The Addressing Rural and Tribal Data Gaps Grant will provide the following resources to selected participating rural and/or tribal organizations:
- Up to $60,000 in grant funds over a 12-month period of performance to CDCs and CHDOs serving rural and/or tribal populations, that are interested in or working to overcome challenges of data availability, reliability or sufficiency;
- One-on-one monthly technical support conference calls to receive direct technical assistance and guidance to carry out data collection and/or analyses work plans during the grant period. Technical assistance will be provided by Enterprise’s Knowledge, Impact, & Strategy team, which focuses on topics of research, analysis, evaluation, and impact assessment in affordable housing and community development.
- Contribute to best practices through sharing grantees’ work in an online format following the conclusion of the period of performance
The Addressing Rural and Tribal Data Gaps Grant will extend for a period of 12 months and will begin
on the first of the month following the execution of the grant agreement (Enterprise and the Grantee).
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To apply: https://enterprise.slideroom.com/#/permalink/program/50155
Questions related to this Request for Proposals should be directed to the Enterprise RFP Mailbox at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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