Nonprofit Agencies Process & Policy

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 FY2020 APPLICATION FORM

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE
CURRENT APPLICATION FORM
FOR FY 2020.

NONPROFIT APPLICATION PROCESS:

In February of 2018, the Chatham County Board of Commissioners approved a recommendation from the Nonprofit Task Force to direct staff to revise the allocation process to address the top 1-3 needs identified in the Chatham Health Alliance with a collaborative effort.

The first step in that process will be adoption of a Request for Proposal (RFP) for services approach in FY 2020.  The County Human Resources Collaborative Impact Team (CIT) has determined the services being solicited to address the Board of Commissioner goal to provide social services and support that seek to minimize the impact to those in poverty and stabilize families and individuals in the county.

In August of 2018, the County Manager appointed a Nonprofit Advisory Committee.  This is a working committee and members were appointed for a two-year term. They will work with agencies throughout the year to ensure that they have the competencies and resources needed for the future and to serve as a liaison between the agencies and the CIT. 

NONPROFIT ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBERS: 

  • Dianne Birch
  • Ed Boes
  • Sadie McLaurin
  • Mark Molitor
  • Suzanne Wise

For FY 2020, the county is soliciting a request for proposals (RFP) for services to address gaps in existing county services.  The 2019-20 application is open until ill cont February 28, 2019. The agencies selected for contracts for service will be announced as part of the Chatham County budget process in May and June 2019. 

United Way of Chatham County will continue to administer this process for the county in FY 2020, and there have been no changes made to the certification process.

NONPROFIT GRANT POLICY

Click here to view the existing policy, updated January 2019.