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Important Information About Community Programs and Social Services Programs and the Contract Management Center (CMC)
The CMC No Longer Accepting Applications for Community Programs/Social Services Funding for the County of Santa Cruz, the Cities of Santa Cruz, Capitola, Scotts Valley, and Watsonville, and the United Way
County and City of Santa Cruz
The County of Santa Cruz and the City of Santa Cruz will no longer accept applications through the Contract Management Center (CMC), effective this FY 2017-18 funding cycle. The County and the City no longer distribute funding through the Community Programs funding model. Instead, the County and City are implementing a new model that will fund community-based organizations providing evidence-based safety net services that collectively impact the well-being of the community’s most vulnerable people. This new funding model is termed Collective of Results and Evidence-Based (CORE) Investments and funding is being awarded based on the responses to a request for proposals (RFP). The RFP solicitation for FY 2017-19 proposals is now closed.
City of Watsonville
The City of Watsonville will not accept FY 2017-18 applications through the CMC. An informational meeting on Community Programs funding through the City of Watsonville will be held on March 9, 2017 at 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. at the Civic Plaza Community room, 275 Main Street, Rm. 400, Watsonville. All interested applicants are invited. The application period will open in March and close on April 24, 2017 at 12:00 p.m. For more details, please see the CMC Funder Page for Watsonville.
City of Capitola
The City of Capitola will not accept FY 2017-18 applications through the CMC as it is in the second of a two year funding cycle. For more details, please see the CMC Funder Page for Capitola.
City of Scotts Valley
The City of Scotts Valley will not accept new FY 2017-18 applications through the CMC. Funding available through the City of Scotts Valley for Fiscal Year 2017-18 will be for currently funded agencies only. Applications are expected to be available late March of 2017 with a submission deadline in late April. For more details, please see the CMC Funder Page for Scotts Valley.
United Way of Santa Cruz County
The United Way of Santa Cruz County will not accept new FY 2017-18 applications through the CMC as it is in the third year of a three-year funding cycle.
FY 2016-17 Periodic Reporting
If your agency is currently receiving Community Programs/Social Services funding through the County of Santa Cruz, and/or the Cities of Santa Cruz, Capitola, Scotts Valley, and Watsonville, and the United Way, please continue using to submit Periodic Reports in the CMC through the end of the current contract year.