The AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) is pleased to announce the release of a funding opportunity for agencies interested in providing services to people living with HIV and AIDS in Chicago and the surrounding counties. This funding opportunity is primarily funded by the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH). The grant period for selected awardees will begin in the spring of 2020.
Service categories: Ambulatory Outpatient Medical Care, Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Oral Health, Medical Nutrition Therapy, Medical Case Management, Non-Medical Case Management, Legal, Food Bank, Home-Delivered Meals, and Housing. For more information about the Ryan White program and these services, click here.
* Private for-profit entities may apply for these funds if they can adequately demonstrate that they are the only provider of quality HIV services for a specific category in the geographic area they intend to serve
Click here to register for a webinar for AFC Request for Proposals for Ryan White Services Funded Under the HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act Part A & B 2020 on Tuesday, September 10, 2019 from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CST.
Find below responses to frequently asked questions about the Care RFP.
For questions, please contact Bashirat Olayanju, Senior Director of Care, at Bolayanju@aidschcago.org or 312-334-0951.
The AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) is seeking reviewers to evaluate applications from agencies hoping to provide services under the Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act. AFC uses a competitive review process to make grant awards for community organizations. During the review process, experts in the fields of social services, HIV services, community development, and individuals belonging to communities disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS are invited to read and evaluate applications.
AFC seeks individuals with:
|Reviewers read and score applications||Oct. 22 – Nov. 12|
|Reviewers discuss scores in meetings||Nov. 18 – Nov. 22|
|Funding awards announced||Dec. 6|
Review Panelist Expectations
Time commitment: Each panelist will receive between three and five proposals to review over a one-week period.
Maintain confidentiality: It is expected that the names of applicants, their proposed strategies and fiscal operations are to be kept confidential by panelists during all aspects of the granting and review process.
Conflict of interest: Panelists cannot review proposal applications from agencies for which they are employed, have ownership interest, or participate as board members or volunteers. Panelists with employment, interest ownership or board membership of an applicant agency may be assigned to review panels in which their agency is not applying or currently providing service.
For more information or to sign up, please contact Román Buenrostro by Oct. 15, 2019 at email@example.com or 312-334-0960