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Available RFPs
7/1/2015 6/26/2015
Patricia Swartz
(609) 984-6654
Athletes with disabilities.
Program expenses related to competition and training programs. 3 identified statewide athletic organizations
Athletic training & competition for people with disabilities. 7/1/2015 - 6/30/2016

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10/1/2015 6/26/2015
Richard Montemore
(609) 633-6302
Households earning less then 80% of the median income as defined by HUD
$70,000.00 $10,000,000.00
Funds can be used for project related capital costs including construction costs, professional fees, financing fees, acquisition as well as development contingencies. Certified Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) and Local, County or State Certified Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs).
The purpose of this program is to provide funding to stabilize “threatened but viable” neighborhoods. This is a focused effort to invest in neighborhoods through the creation of affordable housing. The Program is intended to be a component of local plans to rebuild communities. It funds the new construction, rehabilitation or re-use of abandoned, foreclosed and vacant housing, structures or lots and addresses the shortage of affordable housing caused by Superstorm Sandy, while at the same time returning blighted buildings to viability.

Awards will be limited to projects in the nine counties that were severely impacted by Sandy; Atlantic, Bergen, Cape May, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean and Union.
Up to two (2) years from Grant Award date
Mandatory Technical Workshop:
Date: February 23, 2015 at 10:00am DCA Building (101 S. Broad Street, Trenton) Preregistration is required.
RSVP by February 20 to Jill Woolford: jill.woolford@dca.nj.gov

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7/1/2015 6/1/2015
Patricia Swartz
(609) 984-6654
Persons with visual disability, auditory disabilities, communication disability, physical disability, chronic illness, emotional disturbance, social maladjustment, multiple disability, developmental disability, learning disabilities, autism disorder and/or anyone meeting the Americans with Disabilities Act definition of disabilities.
$5,000.00 $585,000.00
Direct program cost associated with delivering recreation program opportunities to persons with disabilities. The law requires that contracts funded under this program must be made through a New Jersey governmental entity (municipality or county).
The purpose of the ROID grant is to assist local governmental entities in meeting their mandates, under the Americans with Disabilities Act, to include people with disabilities into their municipal and county recreation and leisure services. Each individual has the right to participate with their fellow citizens in their local recreation programs. Local governmental entity needs to provide the necessary accommodations to ensure their full inclusion. The law specifically states:

1. To assist local governments in the commencement or expansion of recreation and leisure services for persons with disabilities.

2. To promote the least restrictive environment in providing recreation and leisure services for persons with disabilities;

3. To reinforce the status of persons with disabilities as members of a total society;
State fiscal year 2016 (7/1/15 through 6/30/16)

Mandatory ROID technical assistance workshops are scheduled for Tuesday April 21 from 10:00am – 12:00pm and also from 2:00pm – 4:00pm. The location for the workshops will be at the NJ Department of Community Affairs, 101 South Broad Street, Trenton. There will also be two webinar technical assistance workshops, which will be held on Friday, April 24, 2015 at 10:00am and 2:00pm. A representative from your local government must attend one of the workshops to be considered for funding. Consultant attendance does not satisfy governmental representative attendance.
10/1/2015 6/10/2015
Angie Armand
(609) 984-7920
Local WAP Agencies
See Budget Section, Page 3 of the Request for Propsal Application. Community action agencies, non-profit entities which meet the criteria set forth at 10 CFR 440.15, and training centers who accredited by the U.S. Department of Energy and the Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC). Community-action agencies and non-profits who do not meet the accreditations stated may partner or cooperate with a training center that is accredited.
The New Jersey Weatherization Assistance Program (NJWAP) is soliciting proposals from qualified organizations with demonstrated experience in training delivery related to energy conservation, building sciences, energy efficiency retrofits, heating retrofits and repairs. The training provider will provide training services to the existing state wide network of WAP agencies. A WAP Agency is a community action agency, local government or non-profit entity which meets the criteria set forth in the U.S. Department of Energy Codes of Regulations for the Weatherization Assistance Program 10 CFR 440.15. NJ WAP follows requirements of applicable Federal, State, and local laws, regulations, Department of Energy policy and guidance. The grant term will be three years, contingent upon availability of funding.

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Lucille Ventres
(609) 633-6062

Voluntary Emergency Services Organizations
Purchase New Equipment, Purchase Used Equipment, Repair Equipment, Purchase New Vehicle, Purchase Used Vehicle, Repair or Refurbish Vehicle, Construct Facilities, Refinance Loan, Other (Explain). Fully and partially volunteer fire companies, first aid squads and rescue squads.
Provides low-interest loans (no grants are available) with a matching requirement to fire departments and ambulance/rescue squads to purchase or refurbish vehicles; purchase equipment; and/or to rehabilitate, construct, expand, or purchase associated structures. One year
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