The Center for Nonprofit Management (CNM) and its partner BDO FMA are ready to assist organizations in accessing, applying for and managing current and upcoming American Rescue Plan (ARP) funding opportunities and contracts to serve LA County communities most impacted by COVID. We are especially looking to engage BIPOC-led and BIPOC-serving organizations operating under a budget of $2.5M in this effort to ensure equitable access to funding. Our work together will support participating organizations, enabling them to understand and prepare for contracting requirements, assess current capacity needs, and explore other services available to help your pursuit of government dollars.
Use the form linked below to get in touch with our team of experts who are ready to help you – at no cost to you.
Every entity that wants to do business with LA County (through contracting or grants) needs to be a registered vendor. With every Request for Proposals (RFP), Work Order Solicitation (WOS), Master Service Agreement (MSA), Request For Statement of Qualifications (RFSQ) or other process used to award County funds, you will be asked you for your organization’s vendor number which is a result of the vendor registration process.
Take the next step in doing business with LA County by registering or update your vendor information NOW so you’re ready to apply when appropriate opportunities are released!
We recommend organizations regularly check the listing of upcoming funding opportunities in LA County.
CNM and BDO FMA are in the process of developing Office Hours to provide hands-on technical assistance to organizations interested in contracting with LA County. Intended to provide organizations with more time to work through the challenges they face, these Office Hours will be hosted beginning in mid-October.
If this describes your organization and where you are at in the process, we’d love to meet with you. Fill out the form linked in the button below to let us know your interest in attending, and we’ll follow up with more information.
We’ll be hosting several sessions to support organizations in the coming weeks. Spanish translation and interpretation services are available if requested at least 48 hours in advance.
Please check back soon for more information or contact Anna Raguindin, CNM’s Special Initiatives Manager, at [email protected].
Use this website as demonstrated below.
View Grant Opportunities & Contract Opportunities.
Register here via Doing Business with LA County.
Introductory Information Session: Equitable Recovery InitiativeMay 31, 2022
Get Ready to Access LA County ContractsJune 29, 2022
LA County Funding Opportunities – Michael OwhJune 29, 2022
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Maura is known for her expertise in organizational development and strategy and in all aspects of organizational development with a focus on strategic planning, assessment, and evaluation. At CNM, she oversees the client services team and provides consulting, training, and coaching services to a broad range of organizations. Much of her consulting and capacity-building work has been with community-based organizations and public health departments related to effective organizational operations, evaluation practices, and the use of logic models and other assessment tools to support planning, evaluation, and management. A BoardSource Trainer, a certified Advanced Associate, and a Trainer for the Connective Leadership Institute; Maura has completed certification as an executive coach under the International Coaching Federation. She holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from the Claremont Graduate School, an MBA from the Peter Drucker Graduate Management Center, a BS in Psychology from Georgetown University, and serves as an adjunct professor at USC’s School of Social Work and Department of Psychology.
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Need expert advice? We’re only an email or phone call away. Use this form to get in touch or call the Nonprofit Answer Hotline at the number listed below.
You can also schedule a free, 15-minute appointment and we’ll match you with an in-house expert.