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CS-1018
Project Learning Partnership Grants

Bid due

01/13/2016
11:00 AM

  • Type Professional Services
  • Department External Affairs
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Project Description

The SFPUC is excited to continue making investments in education by expanding our Project Learning strategy to include partnerships with community-based youth employment programs operating during the summer, academic year, and/or year round programs. The SFPUC anticipates awarding up to thirty (30) grants (approximately $10,000-$30,000 per grant), totaling up to $400,000, to non-profit community based organizations for projects that provide youth and young adults from disadvantaged neighborhoods and communities in San Francisco with project-based learning opportunities. Each grantee will administer one or more project-based learning experience(s) for youth and young adults enrolled in an existing community-based youth program. By leveraging existing youth programming in the community, these grants will increase the number and diversity of San Francisco youth and young adults meaningfully engaged in project- or work- based learning opportunities while increasing their awareness and understanding of water, power, and sewer services, environmental stewardship, and civic-community engagement.

12/14/15: Pre-Bid meeting Sign-in sheets uploaded.

02/17/16:The SFPUC has completed its evaluation. Congratulations to the following organizations (listed in alphabetical order) that have been tentatively selected for funding, pending grant negotiations:

1. A. Philip Randolph Institute SF

2. Bay Area Video Coalition

3. bay.org

4. BAYCAT

5. Bayview Association for Youth

6. Boys and Girls Clubs of SF

7. Chinatown CDC

8. Community Initiatives (fiscal sponsor of CIWI)

9. Community Grows

10. Community Youth Center of SF

11. Literacy for Environmental Justice

12. LYRIC

13. Mission Neighborhood Centers

14. New Door Ventures

15. Northridge Co-Op Homes

16. Old Skool Cafe

17. PODER

18. San Francisco Conservation Corps

19. Seven Tepees

20. SOMCAN

21. Sunset Youth Services

22. Urban Sprouts

23. YMCA-Bayview Hunters Point

24. Young Community Developers

25. Youth Art Exchange

Request for proposal

  • ESTIMATED COST
    $10,000-$30,00 per Grant
  • DUE DATE
    01/13/2016
  • DUE TIME
    11:00 AM
  • DURATION
    1 Year
  • LOCATION
    1st Floor Customer Services, 525 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102
  • CONTACT
    Contract Services

Pre-Submittal Conference

  • DATE
    12/14/2015
  • TIME
    9:30 AM
  • ATTENDANCE
    Not Mandatory
  • LOCATION
    525 Golden Gate, 2nd Floor, O'Shaughnessy Conference Rooms A, B, & C, San Francisco, CA 94102
  • ADVERTISEMENT DATE
    12/02/2015
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