Upcoming Funding Opportunity:
Health Outcomes Demonstration Project
Learn about this new initiative during one of our introductory webinars!
Enterprise Community Partners and NeighborWorks America will jointly release a new funding opportunity on August 31, 2016, for participation in the Health Outcomes Demonstration Project.
The demonstration project will enable 20 selected affordable housing and community development organizations (10 NeighborWorks Organizations and 10 Enterprise partner organizations) to complete a health outcome evaluation of one of their projects, programs or set of programs.
This is an exciting opportunity to build your organization’s measurement and evaluation capacity, demonstrate the health outcomes of your work and participate in a national cohort demonstrating affordable housing and community development’s contributions to improved health outcomes.
This initiative will provide each participating organization with:
- Up to $45,000 in grants over a 26-month project period (December 2016 – January 2019)
- Technical assistance to carry out a health outcome evaluation and effectively communicate findings to key stakeholders
- Peer learning opportunities at three in-person convenings (travel costs provided)
- Subscription to the Success Measures Data System and the
Success Measures Health Tools
- Opportunities for collaboration with cohort organizations
The full Funding Opportunity and application materials will be released on August 31, 2016 and applications will be due back on September 30, 2016. Potential applicants will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the project and the application process during two introductory webinars.
Though not mandatory, interested applicants are strongly encouraged to participate.
Both sessions will be recorded for later viewing.
September 12, 2016 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.
September 19, 2016 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.
OTHER KEY DATES:
Application Opens – August 31, 2016
Application Deadline – September 30, 2016
Funding Announcements – October 31, 2016
This project is supported by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, The Kresge Foundation, NeighborWorks America, Enterprise Community Partners, the U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.