ASL/Summer Camp Bidder's Conference

ASL/Summer Camp Bidder's Conference

One City, One Jacksonville Criminal Justice & Safe Neighborhoods Small Grant Dae Lynn Helm, Associate Director of Research and Grants Kids Hope Alliance 2019 1 Florida Contraband

Forfeiture Act (FCFA) Florida Statute 932.7055: http:// www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL= 0900-0999/0932/Sections/0932.7055.html Any local law enforcement agency that acquires at least $15,000 pursuant to the Florida Contraband Forfeiture Act within a fiscal year must expend or donate no less than 25

percent of such proceeds for the support or operation of any drug treatment, drug abuse education, drug prevention, crime prevention, safe neighborhood, or school resource officer program or programs. The local law enforcement agency has the discretion to determine which program or programs will receive the designated proceeds. 2 KHA Staff Support

Questions may be directed to: Dae Lynn Helm Associate Director of Research and Grants Allow 24 hours for answers. Posted answers on website. 904-255-4406 [email protected] 3

Available Funding $50,000 funding available for services Anticipate no less than 5 grants to be awarded 4 Due Date

March 15, 2019 by 3:00 p.m. at the Kids Hope Alliance Office 1095 A. Philip Randolph Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32206 904-255-4400 Or by email (same deadline) to [email protected] 5

One City, One Jacksonville: Criminal Justice & Safe Neighborhoods Small Grant Program. The Kids Hope Alliance, in partnership with the Jacksonville Sheriffs Office, introduces the One City, One Jacksonville: Criminal Justice & Safe Neighborhoods Small Grant Program. Recognizing that nonprofits in Jacksonville are in varying sizes and complexities, this program focuses on supporting

nonprofits with a budget size of $100,000 or smaller, who propose funding for childrens programs designed to prevent crime or make our neighborhoods safer. 6 One City, One Jacksonville: Criminal Justice & Safe Neighborhoods Small Grant Program.

Application info found at www.kidshopealliance.org under FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES at the top of the page. 7 One City, One Jacksonville: Criminal Justice & Safe Neighborhoods Small Grant Program.

8 One City, One Jacksonville: Criminal Justice & Safe Neighborhoods Small Grant Program. 9 Download Grant Application and Grant Budget Forms:

Three Sections of Grant Application: Grant Narrative Application (pages 1-5) Checklist for Submission (page 6) Certification Page (pages 7-8) Grant Budget Forms Program Budget Detail (Tab One)

Program Budget Narrative (Tab Two) 10 Grant Application Three Sections of Grant Application: Grant Narrative Application (pages 15) I. Organization Information

II. Project Information III. Financial Information Checklist for Submission (page 6) Certification Page (pages 7-8) 11 Grant Application Three Sections of Grant Application:

Grant Narrative Application (pages 15) I. Organization Information II. Project Information III. Financial Information Adobe Reader or Word Document 12

Grant Application Three Sections of Grant Application: Checklist for Submission (page 6) 13 Grant Application 14

Grant Application - Certification Page (pages 7-8) 15 Questions on Grant Application?

16 Budget Forms Grant Budget Forms Program Budget Detail (Tab One) Program Budget Narrative (Tab Two)

17 Budget Forms Small Grant Column 18 Budget Forms Agency Column 19

Budget Forms - Total Program Cost 20 What is important in a budget? No more than $10,000 Math is correct Funding is for preventing crime and/ or safe neighborhoods

21 Budget Form Program Budget Narrative Grant Budget Forms Program Budget Narrative (Tab Two) 22

Budget Forms Program Budget Narrative Tab Two 23 What is important in a Program Budget Narrative ? This narrative match Program Budget Detail (Tab One) Explains the program

Matches project narrative 24 Questions on Budget Forms? 25

Evaluation Matrix 26 Download Evaluation Matrix 27 Evaluation Matrix 4 pages

28 Example: Scoring High Probability to Make an Impact: Range 35-24 points Medium Probability to Make an Impact: Range 23-12 points Low Probability to Make an

Impact: Range 11-0 points Project Meets the Identified Need in the Purpose Areas (Total 35 Points): The applicant describes the organizations plan for meeting the program objectives. It includes: the

number of youth to be served; strategies and interventions that will impact need in crime prevention and/or safe neighborhoods. 29 Probability to Make an

Impact Program Budget Detail and Program Budget Narrative (Total 25 points): The applicant has created a budget and narrative that is adequately planned to implement the project successfully. High Probability to Make an Impact Range 25-17 points. The applicant provided a completed Form 1, budget for the implementation of the program, which includes a description of the items and they are related to the activities in the narrative. The budget narratives are related to the plan. The budget is directed to serving youth. This program has a high probability to address youth violence and provide immediate assistance with pathways out of violence for youth. The reader has no questions. Medium Probability to Make an Impact Range 16-8 points.

The applicant provided a Form 1 but some items are not complete or they do not add properly. The budget includes some description of the items and they are somewhat related to the activities in the narrative but other items are not related to the plan. Some expenses are not directed toward the youth. This program has a medium probability to address youth violence and provide immediate assistance with pathways out of violence for youth. The reader has several questions. Low Probability to Make an Impact Range 7-0 points. The applicant did not provide a completed Form 1, budget for the implementation of the program or is incomplete. The budget narratives are not related to the plan. Few expenses are directed toward the youth. This program has a low probability to address youth violence and provide immediate assistance with pathways out of violence for

youth. The reader has many questions that leave doubt in the ability to implement the program. 30 Questions on Evaluation Matrix? 31

Due Date March 15, 2019 by 3:00 p.m. at the Kids Hope Alliance Office 1095 A. Philip Randolph Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32206 904-255-4400 Or by email (same deadline) to [email protected] 32

Checklist Make three copies of the Small Grant Application. Keep one copy for the agency records. Provide the original and a second copy to the grants manager by delivering it in person to the address designated and by the deadline. OR

Provide the application and the required attachments by email to [email protected] by the deadline. Please save the documents as a PDF and name the documents with name of agency and type of form (for example): Agency Name, Narrative (including a signed Certifications page) Agency Name, Budget Agency Name, Sunbiz Registration 33

Questions? 34 KHA Staff Support Questions may be directed to: Dae Lynn Helm Associate Director of Research and Grants

Allow 24 hours for answers. Posted answers on website. 904-255-4406 [email protected] 35

Recently Viewed Presentations

  • Eagle Canyon's Eagle Canyon's Kindergarten Readiness Night

    Eagle Canyon's Eagle Canyon's Kindergarten Readiness Night

    Ultimately, it's all about balance "Even if my preschooler is already reading, he's not ready for kindergarten if he cries at every turn, doesn't know how to play independently, and lacks self control."
  • Effects of the Growth of American Industry  Embargo

    Effects of the Growth of American Industry Embargo

    After the Harford Convention, Federalists all but disappeared. 1816 is the last year the Federalists run a candidate for President. Presidential elections of 1820, and 1824 were all single party contests with the Democratic-Republicans in control
  • What you can extract from this required reading

    What you can extract from this required reading

    Do you know the fundamental classes of DNA binding domain described here, and the modes of DNA recognition (helix-turn-helix [including homeodomain], zinc finger, basic-leucine zipper, basic-helix-loop-helix)? Are you familiar with the general techniques, described here, used to study transcription factors?
  • P8 Permit E2E Showcase

    P8 Permit E2E Showcase

    We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work we have come to value: Individuals and interactions
  • 5.5 Completing the Square - DBCS Mrs. Marshall

    5.5 Completing the Square - DBCS Mrs. Marshall

    Completing the square is a method that lets us solve any quadratic equation. Solve by completing the square. Solve: 3 3 3 3 Given a quadratic function in standard form you can use completing the square to write it in...
  • (Powerpoint) Personal Development and Mutual Understanding ...

    (Powerpoint) Personal Development and Mutual Understanding ...

    e-Widening Horizons ... www.training.nicurriculum.org.uk Section 5 Transition Options My Careers Ideas Selecting a Career Link to www.careersserviceni Register Get Career Ideas Get Career Ideas 13-19 Match Careers to my likes and dislikes Section 4 Preparing for Life and Work Activity...
  • Characteristics of a Traditional Hero - LPS

    Characteristics of a Traditional Hero - LPS

    Characteristics of an Epic Hero ... Quest benefits his fellow man Exhibits goodness and moral virtue / Ethics Supernatural forces sometimes involved Reflects the ideals of a particular society or time period Modern Heroic Characteristics Mental strength or stamina Generosity...
  • Writing Instructional Objectives

    Writing Instructional Objectives

    The degree is the level of proficiency required to indicate successful completion of the objective. This should be explicitly stated in your objective. Typically, you should not require your learners to be perfect to complete an objective, as this sets...