Alexandria Fund for Human Services Notice of Opportunity

The Alexandria Fund for Human Services (AFHS) supports human service programs vital to meeting the needs of the Alexandria community with broadly defined service priorities for young children, youth, families, immigrants, seniors and persons with disabilities. The Fund priorities help to ensure that the city’s residents will be served during their times of vulnerability.

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Alexandria Fund for Human Services


The proposal and funding process for fiscal years 2016-2018 is complete. 


Purpose

The Alexandria Fund for Human Services (AFHS) supports human service programs vital to meeting the needs of the Alexandria community with broadly defined service priorities for young children, youth, families, immigrants, seniors and persons with disabilities. The Fund priorities help to ensure that the city’s residents will be served during their times of vulnerability. 

The City of Alexandria is seeks proposals from nonprofit organizations to provide a range of human services that fall within the grant priorities. Orga­nizations applying for funding may be based either in the City of Alex­andria or in other jurisdictions, but funding made available through this grant opportunity can only be used to provide services to Alex­andria residents.

Frequently Asked Questions

This document is intended to assist applicants in completing the AFHS application. The information in the document may answer questions you have and help you avoid similar problems or mistakes. Please visit this page as new information may be added to this until the deadline on March 3, 2015. Click HERE to read the FAQs. 

Fund Cycle

The funding cycle will cover three fiscal years, July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2018.  Funding is contingent upon City Council appropriation.

How to Obtain AFHS Request for Grant Proposal Packages

Interested parties may download the AFHS Online Application and the Guidelines using the links below.   Hard copies of the applications may be requested from the Department of Human Services.

The City of Alexandria is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. For additional information or to request an alternative format, please email or call the appropriate office at the:

Department of Community and Human Services
1900 N. Beauregard Street, Suite 300
Alexandria, VA 22311
TTY/TDD (703) 836-1493

Ronald Frazier, Director,
Office of Youth Services
Department of Community and Human Services
ron.frazier@alexandriava.gov
703.746.5967


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