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California Consulting Announces CA Housing and Community Development (HCD); Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Has Been Released

cdbg-imageCalifornia Consulting is pleased to announce the California Housing and Community Development (HCD): Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program has been relesed and has a deadline of July 27, 2016. Please see below for further information regarding this highly competitive grant.

CA Housing & Community Development (HCD): Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program

Deadline: July 27, 2016
Amount: Maximum of $2,000,000, including all activities except ED OTC, Colonia and Native American grants.

Match: 5% match required for PTA grants only

Eligible Applicants: Non-entitlement communities which are incorporated cities under 50,000 in population and counties with an unincorporated area population of under 200,000
– See Appendix A for complete listing of eligible entities via the link below
This NOFA applies to State CDBG-eligible activities funded under the Economic Development (ED) Set-Aside, Community Development (CD) sub-allocation, Colonia Set-Aside, and Native American Set-Aside. Typical activities funded under each of these predominately benefit low- and moderate-income Californians and include: Business Assistance (BA) Projects and Programs; Microenterprise (ME) Assistance Programs; Housing Rehabilitation (HR) Programs and Projects; Homeownership Assistance (HA) Programs; Housing Acquisition Projects; Public Infrastructure Projects; Public Facility Projects; Public Service Programs; and Planning and Technical Assistance Grants.
California Consulting is ready to help you pursue this grant. Please call our Southern California office at (323)728-9002 to start the application process. We look forward to hearing from you.

California Consulting Announces McFarland Unified School District Received $150,000 for the After School Education & Safety (ASES) Universal Grant

mc farlandCalifornia Consulting LLC is pleased to announce our client, McFarland Unified School District, McFarland Middle School,  received $150,000 for After School Education & Safety (ASES) Universal Grant . Congratulations to McFarland USD and Amy Christianson, California Consulting Senior Education Project Manager, for writing a successful application.

California Consulting LLC Welcomes the City of Banning as our Newest Client

City of Banning 1California Consulting is pleased to welcome the City Of Banning as our newest client. Banning is a city in Riverside County, California.  It is situated in the San Gorgonio Pass, also known as Banning Pass. A fun fact about the City of Banning

  • During World War II, Banning was the site of the 1,000 bed Banning General Hospital. It supported training at the Desert Training Center and was later used as a Naval Convalescent Hospital. The facilities were dismantled in 1948.

We are excited to be working with the city regarding their grant needs!

 

California Consulting LLC Announces the Major League Baseball Foundation: Baseball Tomorrow Fund Deadline is July 1st

Baseball Tomorrow Fund LogoMajor League Baseball Foundation: Baseball Tomorrow Fund

Deadline: Quarterly (January 1, April 1, July 1, & October 1)

Amount: $40,000 average award size

Match: 50% or more of total project cost

Eligibility: Tax exempt organizations including municipalities, school districts, and 501(c)(3) nonprofits
http://web.mlbcommunity.org/index.jsp?content=programs&program=baseball_tomorrow_fund

The Baseball Tomorrow Fund is a joint initiative between Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association designed to promote and enhance the growth of youth participation in baseball and softball around the world by funding programs, fields, coaches’ training, uniforms, and equipment. Grants are intended to finance a new program, expand or improve an existing program, undertake a new collaborative effort, or obtain facilities or equipment necessary for youth baseball or softball programs. The Baseball Tomorrow Fund supports projects that meet the following evaluation criteria: increase the number of youth participating in baseball and softball programs; improve the quality of youth baseball and softball programs.