California Consulting’s Senior Associate- Orange County, Maryann Marino, and, Southern California Director, Haig Kartounian, attended the City of South Gate’s State of the City on March 30, 2016.
California Consulting team members Steve Samuelian and Tristan Shamp met recently with the City of Newman city manager and department heads at Newman City Hall. California Consulting is honored to have the City of Newman as a longtime client.
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Clean Diesel National Grants
Deadline: April 26, 2016
Amount: Varies. $26 Million allocated to entire program
Match: Not required, though a voluntary match is recommended
Eligibility: School districts, municipalities, metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs), cities and counties
EPA’s Office of Transportation and Air Quality is soliciting proposals nationwide for projects that achieve significant reductions in diesel emissions in terms of tons of pollution produced by diesel engines and diesel emissions exposure, particularly from fleets operating at or servicing goods movement facilities located in areas designated as having poor air quality. Further, priority for funding may be given to projects which result in outcomes that benefit affected communities, those that engage local communities with respect to the design and performance of the project, and those which can demonstrate the ability to promote and continue efforts to reduce emissions after the project has ended.
Eligible diesel emission reduction solutions include verified emission control technologies such as exhaust controls, cleaner fuels, and engine upgrades, verified idle reduction technologies, verified aerodynamic technologies and low rolling resistance tires, certified engine re-powers, and/or certified vehicle or equipment replacement.
Eligible diesel vehicles, engines and equipment may include buses, Class 5 – Class 8 heavy-duty highway vehicles, marine engines, locomotives and non-road engines, equipment or vehicles used in construction, handling of cargo (including at a port or airport), agriculture, mining or energy production (including stationary generators and pumps).
If you are interested in California Consulting writing this application for your entity, please contact our Southern California Office, 310-728-9002 or Shasta@californiaconsulting.org.
City of Patterson City Manager Ken Irwin and California Consulting Owner Steve Samuelian at Patterson City Hall on March 29, 2016. California Consulting is proud to serve the City of Patterson as the city’s grant writing services consultant.
California Consulting team members, Steve Samuelian and Tristan Shamp, met today with our longtime client City of Patterson in Stanislaus County. California Consulting is honored to work with the City of Patterson.
California Consulting is pleased to announce Cosumnes Community Services District received $104,500 for the California Department of Parks and Recreation Habitat Conservation Fund. This is a highly competitive grant with only 15 awarded last year. Congratulations to CCSD and Danielle Sotello, California Consulting ‘s Deputy Statewide Grants Manager, for writing the application.
California Consulting Project Manager, David Marquez, attended the Hispanic Chamber Legislative Mixer on March 24, 2016 at Agaves in Long Beach CA.
Pictured L to R- David Marquez, California Consulting Project Manager, and John EK, President of Ek & Ek.
Assemblyman Mike Gipson hosted a grant workshop entitled “Grants 101” featuring California Consulting. The workshop was held in Wilmington, CA and was attended by more than 55 people. Assemblyman Gipson gave the opening remarks.
California Consulting’s Southern California Director, Haig Kartounian, attended the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership’s Legislative Networking Reception at the Miller/Coors Brewery in Irwindale, CA. The gathering provided an opportunity for business leaders and the local community to meet with federal, state and local legislators.
US Department of Health & Human Services: Communities Addressing Childhood Trauma (ACT)
Deadline: April 18, 2016
Amount: $325,000 to $400,000
Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations, colleges & universities, state and local governments, among other eligible applicants
The Communities Addressing Childhood Trauma Program (ACT) seeks to address unhealthy behaviors in minority and/or disadvantaged youth, ages 5-15 years when they enter the program, who have been exposed to childhood trauma. ACT is intended to test the effectiveness of innovative approaches in promoting healthy behaviors among minority and/or disadvantaged youth at-risk for poor health/life outcomes due to childhood trauma.
These innovative approaches (including curricula) should be designed for minority and/or disadvantaged youth ages 5 to 15 years who have been exposed to childhood trauma, as well as support services to their families. These demonstration grants should take a multi-partner approach involving: a university/college/research institution or a Tribal epidemiology center or Urban Indian Health Organization; a community-based organization/faith-based organization; a public health and/or health care organization; and an organization(s) that provides behavioral health services.
Additional collaborating partners may include primary and secondary schools, sports organizations, youth clubs, other related community organizations and institutions, and the community at-large who have experience addressing reduction in behaviors among targeted minority youth 5 to 15 years of age.
If you are interested in California Consulting writing this application for your entity, please contact our Southern California Office, 323-728-9002, or email Shasta@californiaconsulting.org.