The State Council on Developmental Disabilities, in alignment with the goals of its 5-year state plan issues requests for proposals through Program Development Grants on a yearly basis. Successful grant projects are implemented by community-based organizations that research, develop and/or implement innovative programs and promising/best practices in communities throughout the state.
The Council has a total of $300,000 available to fund Cycle 46 projects in four (4) proposed areas: Education, Employment, Health and Safety, and Self-Advocacy. The Council will consider all proposal submissions and choose one (1) or more that will not exceed the full $300,000 budgeted amount. The Council understands that the final list of approved projects may not address all four (4) of the targeted topic areas.
The Council is highly motivated in requesting proposals from qualified candidates. Please read the Cycle 46 Grant Guidelines carefully and include information in this application that will fully meet all of the stated requirements. More information can be found at https://scdd.ca.gov/grantinformation/
- Public Agency
- Tribal Government
Eligible Applicants include:
Local government agencies
Established coalitions that are classified as 501(c)(3) tax exempt under the Internal Revenue Services (IRS) Code Under this definition, community is defined as a city, a group of cities, a county, a group of counties, and/or Tribal land(s).
The Council will award funding, on a competitive basis, to California-based agencies andorganizations that represent and/or serve individuals with intellectual, developmental and/orcross-disabilities.
Matching Funding Requirement:
The federal government requires match funding for grants awarded by SCDD. A 15% match is required for services provided in Poverty Areas and a 25% match is required for Non- Poverty Areas. The match may include in-kind funding. For more information, you may refer to Exhibit A - California Poverty Levels by County at https://scdd.ca.gov/grantinformation/
How to Apply
State agencies/departments recommend you read the full grant guidelines before applying.
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