California Consulting and MMASC Region 2 team up to host a free grants webinar. Got Grants? Learn How Your City Can Obtain One During COVID Webinar will be held on October 20th at 10:00 am. Please use the following link to rsvp for the webinar. https://mmasc.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=531
CC congratulates the City of Newman (a CC client) for receiving the
Local Road Safety Plan (HSIP) in the amount of $40,000 from the U.S. Department of Transportation.
These monies are allocated for a roadway analysis.
This latest achievement is another example of the commitment of City of Newman’s leadership to protect and promote the quality of life for its residents.
It’s also a reflection of the dedication and hard work by CC Project Manager, Diana Dinerman, who ensured a successful grant application.
Thank you, Diana, and congratulations Newman!
California Consulting is pleased to announce the California Natural Resource Agency: Youth Community Access Program deadline has extended to November 16th for Public Schools Only.
Prop 64 Youth Community Access Program
Projects between 50-300K for youth (birth to 26)
Deadline: Extended – November 16th @ 5pm for Public Schools only
Summary: The funding priorities of the grant are:
1. Projects that feature youth-led opportunities. Youth-led means projects in which youth are a participant in the planning, decision making, facilitation, and evaluation;
2. Projects that propose resource awareness campaigns featuring youth and using youth vernacular; and
3. Projects that empower youth to make healthy choices.
Possible projects are:
· Cultural festivals and outreach events for youth
· Youth-led outdoor skills workshops and classes
· Youth-led outdoor experiences
· Outreach campaign targeted at underserved communities to build community awareness of a natural or cultural resource
· Youth-led volunteer stewardship programs
· Free or reduced admission to a natural or cultural resource
· Free bus passes to youth for access to resources
· Language translation and interpretation services for youth
· Outdoor cultural healing practices for youth
· Workforce development and job training programs
· Hands-on program to educate and involve youth in agriculture, cultivation, and farming
· Training to increase cultural competency of program staff
· Youth-led outdoor education programs
Capital Project Activities (Development and Vehicle Acquisition):
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California Consulting is pleased to welcome Audra Lee as our Project Manager.
As an expert in her field, Audra is an experienced grant writer, working in the nonprofit sector for 20 years. Audra is also well versed in nonprofit administration and creating organizational stability through financial diversification. Her specialty is grant writing and management, nonprofit development, fundraising, and event coordination.
She excels at creating solutions to drive organizational growth and stability though fund procurement. Audra’s passion lies in ensuring leadership, human capital, and fund development support programs and operations to achieve annual objectives and meet strict Foundation, City, County, State, and Federal funding standards.
As an experienced grant writer, she has an 80% success rate procuring grants. She has also spearheaded over 300% organizational financial growth through fundraising, grant funding, and capital campaigns.
Audra holds a Master’s degree in Psychology and is a Doctoral of Business candidate.
Believing in the Spirit of Volunteerism, she devotes much of her free time giving back to the community. She has sat on several Board of Directors including The HOPE Collaborative and The WonderSeed Foundation.
CC INC is honored that the City of Relands has asked us to provide grant writing services. We look forward to collaborating with the City to help transform their vision into their legacy. Thank you, City of Redlands!
California Consulting is pleased to announce Cosumnes Community Services District received the Staffing For Adequate Fire And Emergency Response (SAFER)in the amount of $7,126,891 from FEMA.
Chief McLaughlin stated, “The SAFER grant will directly benefit the residents and visitors of our District by providing us the opportunity to build and staff a fire station that is desperately needed.”
This latest achievement is another example of the commitment of Cosumnes Fire Department leadership to protect and promote the quality of life for its residents. It’s also a reflection of the dedication and hard work by CC Project Manager Ashley Ramsey who ensured a successful grant application.
“After FEMA’s SAFER deadline extension that included a supplanting exemption, we were able to expand our existing request to include backfill positions for the Department, which had extensive retirements this year. Our teamwork allowed us to quickly reorganize the application to seize the opportunity and make a huge difference for the Cosumnes Fire Department!” Ashley stated.
California Consulting is pleased to announce the Upcoming Funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Addressing Racial and Ethnic Disparities to Improve Health Outcomes projected release is December 30, 2020.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Addressing Racial and Ethnic Disparities to Improve Health Outcomes
Forecasted Post Date: December 31, 2020
Forecasted Deadline: March 31, 2021
Amount: $300,000 to $400,000
Eligibility: States, counties, cities, special districts, independent school districts, public, private and state-controlled IHEs, tribal governments and organizations. Nonprofits
The HHS Office of Minority Health is offering funding to support State and local collaborative teams in implementing a methodological framework and strategies for assessing and addressing structural racism in health policies, developed through a complementary policy academy initiative. In particular, awardees will: (1) Obtain governmental and public buy-in for engaging in this policy collaborative endeavor; (2) Create a multi-sector team (e.g., comprised of leadership from the governor’s/mayor’s office and health, behavioral health, child welfare, justice, education, commerce, community service, and other agencies, and from community organizations); (3) Conduct a review of existing policies to identify the areas primed for a structural racism assessment; (4) Develop or revise a policy (or policies) to address structural racism and improve health outcomes; (5) Implement the new/revised policy and evaluate its impact on health outcomes for racial and ethnic minorities within their jurisdiction; and (6) Create and implement strategies to communicate, sustain and spread policies resulting in improved health outcomes for racial and ethnic minorities. BACKGROUND: Racial and ethnic minority populations experience a number of disparities which contribute to poor health outcomes. Structural racism, evidenced in residential segregation, inequitable allocation, and quality of services and resources such as health care and education, disproportionate contact with the justice system, and lack of access to employment opportunities, plays a persistent and large role in historical disadvantage and supports the persistence of racial and ethnic health disparities.
CC INC is honored that the Rossmoor Community Services District has asked us to provide grant writing services. We look forward to collaborating with the District to help transform their vision into their legacy. Thank you, RCSD!
CC INC is honored that the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians has asked us to provide grant writing services. We look forward to collaborating with San Pasqual Bank of Mission Indians to help transform their vision into their legacy. Thank you, SPBMI!
California Consulting CEO Steve Samuelian was featured in the Southern California Partnership for Jobs Tapping into Water with Marci Stanage Article on August 5th. Steve highlighted 3 grants, the Active Transportation Grant (ATP), the Highway Safety Improvement Program, and the COVID-19 FEMA Grant. To view the article in its entirety, please click the link below http://ow.ly/kyKL50ARPv4