WRAG Member RFPs

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Comprehensive Cancer Patient Navigation Landscape Analysis | Jane Bancroft Robinson Foundation

Proposals Due June 4, 2021

Jane Bancroft Robinson Foundation (JBRF) is seeking an entity to conduct a landscape analysis to identify the breadth and depth of patient navigation services provided in the District of Columbia. This analysis should include engagement with the variety of stakeholders within this space, data collection, reporting and informational products.

See the attachment at the bottom of this page for more information.


 

Comprehensive Workforce Development Landscape Analysis | Jane Bancroft Robinson Foundation

Proposals Due June 4, 2021

Jane Bancroft Robinson Foundation (JBRF) is seeking to provide funding to one organization, or a collaboration between multiple partners, over a nine-month period that can deliver a comprehensive landscape analysis of the workforce development ecosystem for health-related careers in Washington, DC. This would include a comprehensive compendium of best practice activities that support family sustaining wages for Black women in Wards 7 and 8; a map of current funding streams for DC-based workforce development programs; a DC labor market analysis for health-related career positions that are in the highest demand; and a DC-based map of workforce development entry points that documents, through narrative and illustrative means, the various entry points into the DC workforce development ecosystem for Black women in Wards 7 and 8, participant screening methodologies and evaluation/assessment capability of the various workforce development service providers in the District.

See the attachment at the bottom of this page for more information.


 

AdvancingCities Challenge | JPMorgan Chase

Proposals Due June 28, 2021

The AdvancingCities Challenge is an annual competition that sources innovation to drive systemic change in U.S. cities, helping support economic opportunity for more people by leveraging meaningful collaboration among private, public, and nonprofit leaders.

This year, JPMorgan Chase is evolving its AdvancingCities Challenge to source bold solutions that catalyze recovery and long-term prosperity for Black and Latina women, their families, and local economies. Black and Latina women are the backbone of many of America’s cities – as consumers, homeowners, entrepreneurs, business owners, and essential workers in critical sectors affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, longstanding racial and gender wealth gaps, coupled with impacts from COVID-19 have exacerbated disparities for Black and Latina women.

Through the Challenge, we are inviting communities to apply for up to $5 million to support innovative, sustainable solutions that drive wealth creation and economic success of Black and Latina women, which is foundational to building more equitable communities. The proposals should address multidimensional, systemic challenges, leverage cross-sector leadership and collaboration, center the voice and lived experience of Black or Latina women, and drive systems change at the local level. 


 

Addressing Health Disparities in the Region | Washington AIDS Partnership

Proposals Due July 1, 2021

WAP funding will support intersectional projects that address the key issues that negatively impact the health and wellness of gay, bisexual, and queer men; transgender men and women; and youth in the Greater Washington region; with an emphasis on people of color. With the ultimate goal of moving the region closer to ending the local HIV epidemic, WAP is interested in funding organizations providing direct services or engaged in public policy work that impacts the health and wellness of the RFA’s target population (this includes direct services or policy work focused on housing, education, transportation, and other medical and social support services). 501(c)3 organizations can apply for General Operating Support or Program Support. Learn more here.