NOTICE OF FUNDS AVAILABLE
Notice is hereby given that applications for funds from eligible organizations interested in applying for 2022 – 2023 Prevention Reinvestment Funds Services for Mini-Grants under the following services: Early Childhood Success, Positive Youth Development, Strong Transitions to Adulthood, and Strong Families Strong Communities will be received by C.P.A.C.: The Community Planning and Advocacy Council.
The Request for Proposal will be available online as of 11:59 pm, Tuesday, December 13, 2022 using the Salesforce Portal https://cpacsj.my.site.com/fundingprograms/s.
A pre-bid Meeting will be held on Tuesday, December 13, 2022 at 12:00 noon online on Zoom using the following information for anyone with questions. A walk-through of our Salesforce application will also be available immediately following the pre-bid meeting for any one who needs assistance with gaining access to the portal.
Register for Zoom Meeting
Although not mandatory, all providers are strongly encouraged to participate in the pre-bid meeting.
Completed proposals are due no later than 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, January 4, 2022 via Salesforce. We strongly recommend that applicants attend the pre-bid meeting to learn how to submit materials via Salesforce https://cpacsj.my.site.com/fundingprograms/s. C.P.A.C. assumes no responsibility for delays in delivery causing the application to be received at C.P.A.C. later than due date and time.
For further information please contact Andrew Selby, Senior Project Specialist at C.P.A.C. via phone 856-663-3998 ext. 229 or e-mail to email@example.com.
Nominations are being accepted for the 2023 C.P.A.C. Civic Leadership Awards – Cast Your Votes Now
Community Planning and Advocacy Council hit the ground running with its Inaugural Civic Leadership Awards Reception with its sold-out crowd of business leaders, elected officials, and community leaders who came out in droves to support C.P.A.C. and its 2022 Civic leadership award Recipients. Nominees who are selected have been touted as some of South Jersey’s most influential business leaders.
The Civic Leadership Awards is one part of the organization’s newly launched initiative designed to increase its visibility and funding to help further C.P.A.C.’s mission in greater Camden County and the surrounding areas in South Jersey.
2023 Civic Leadership Award nominations are now being accepted. Cast Your vote today.
Create community solutions by partnering with 300 social service agencies, health agencies, and numerous public and private organizations.
Lift the community voice in planning and advocacy by; promoting coordination and collaboration in service delivery systems, focusing on strength-based approaches, ensuring equitable access, and eliminating implicit bias.
Convene the community to plan around specific target populations and systems coordination; conducts procurement processes for local, state, and federal government funds; provides continuous quality improvement through monitoring and evaluation of funded services and data management information systems.
Create community solutions under the framework of the Camden County Covenant for Children, Youth, and Families by mobilizing the greater Camden County community to advance child, youth, and family well-being through planned and intentional collaboration and concrete actions and outcomes.
Provide health planning and advocacy in the Greater Camden County and South Jersey Regions
Serve as the Camden County Human Services Advisory Council. In this capacity, plans, advocates and coordinates the County’s human services programs.
Administer, oversee, and/or plan for several Camden County resources: i.e.,
The Human Services Advisory Council (HSAC), the Community Leadership Advisory Council, The Homeless Network Planning Committee (HNPC), the Children’s Inter-Agency Coordinating Council (CIACC), the Management Assistance Program (MAP), the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), Senior Companion Program (SCP) for Camden, Gloucester, and Burlington Counties, and the Camden County Council for Young Children (CCYC).
Regionally administer the Southern New Jersey Continuum of Care (SNJCoC) for Camden, Gloucester, Cumberland, and Cape May Counties for homeless prevention.
The Community Planning & Advocacy Council is a 501©3 non-profit organization.
Our mission is to advance social, racial, and economic justice, promote successful individuals, strong families, and thriving communities. C.P.A.C. was founded in 1938. Our tagline is "Creating Community Solutions."
WHAT WE DO:
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