BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Children and Youth Fund (BCYF) today announced that its 24-person, Proposal Review Panel has completed the initial review of grant applications for Year One of the fund. The panel then forwarded their recommendations to Associated Black Charities, which will
The first grants from a $12 million fund to help children and youth in Baltimore are now being decided.
By Andrea K. McDaniels,The Baltimore Sun The gymnasium at Reginald F. Lewis High School was filled Saturday with people with ideas on how to improve the lives of Baltimore’s young people. And they were all hoping to tap into the $12 million Baltimore Children and Youth Fund to turn those ideas
Committee Will Make Recommendations to Associated Black Charities on BCYF Grantees BALTIMORE – The cohort managing the Baltimore Children and Youth Fund (BCYF) today announced the formation of a 25-person Proposal Review Panel to assess grant applications for year one of the BCYF. The purpose
The Planning Team gathered and answered all of the questions asked during both sessions and afterward. You can find the revised Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) document by clicking here.
The Baltimore Children and Youth Fund held two (2) grant informational question-and-answer meetings, also known as the bidders’ conferences. The meetings provided an overview of the RFP structure and answered questions about the submission process.
BALTIMORE – The Associated Black Charities, fiscal manager for the $12 million Baltimore Children and Youth Fund (BCYF), today announced three community capacity building sessions on Saturday, June 16 from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday, July 2 from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., and on Saturday,
Associated Black Charities to manage multi-million dollar grant-making process.
The final community design sessions, organized to help craft the framework for the distribution of the $12 million Baltimore Children and Youth Fund, took place this week. The sixth and final session was at Patterson High School in South Baltimore.
By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun Baltimore officials are seeking public input over the next few weeks advising how $12 million from the city’s new youth fund should be distributed. The nonprofit Associated Black Charities, which is administering the fund for the city this year, will lead