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Neighborhood Associates Corporation: Repairing the Breach Table of Contents

1

NAC and Repairing the Breach: Mission; History & Approaches

2

Summary: Staff & Program Budgeting, FY 2019

3

Operating Budget for Staffing and Programming, FY 2019

4

Funding Sources Used to Reimburse Telesis for NAC Staffing Advance, FY 2019

5

Projected Staffing Costs covered by Fundraising, FYs 2019 - 2022

6

Funding Opportunities Pursued, FY 2019

7

The “Families are Artists, Creators, and Teachers” Program (FACT): Update

8

NAC and the ​Andrew J. Young Foundation: 2019 -2020 Collaborations

9

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Grant Application Summary (Health-Centered Community Development in Baltimore, MD)

10

Local Economies Projects


Neighborhood Associates Corporation: Repairing the Breach MISSION

Neighborhood Associates Corporation (NAC) is a nonprofit working to advance thoughtful and collaborative ideas from which communities can develop safe, green, healthy, prosperous, and culturally relevant solutions for neighborhood resilience. In our approach to community-building, we draw inspiration from the recommendations of ​Repairing the Breach: Key Ways to Support Family Life, Reclaim Our Streets, and Rebuild Civil Society in America's Communities​ and the work of the Asset-Based Community Development Institute, and from the residents with whom we are allied​.


Neighborhood Associates Corporation: Repairing the Breach HISTORY & APPROACHES In 1996, the National Task Force on African-American Men and Boys published ​Repairing the Breach: Key Ways to Support Family Life, Reclaim our Streets, and Rebuild Civil Society in America’s Communities​. This seminal report, hailed by Washington ​Post​ columnist Bill Raspberry as “the plan to save America,” was directed and edited by Dr. Bobby W. Austin, and included a guiding framework with recommendations from leading figures in civil rights, education, and public policy. Task Force members included Andrew J. Young, former US Ambassador to the United Nations, and Marilyn Melkonian, former Assistant Undersecretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development and founder and President of the Telesis Corporation. In 2014, the Harvard Graduate School of Education sponsored a conference to reflect on the legacy of ​Repairing the Breach​. Over 300 scholars and practitioners from around the country came to the event to join Dr. Austin, the architect of the report. The consensus among attendees was that the report remains salient and that the formation of an organization specifically devoted to advancing the report’s recommendations would represent a significant next step. In response to the conference, work began on carrying forward the report’s vision of how to best meet the challenges faced by communities and neighborhoods throughout America – and its vision of the assets that already exist within communities that can help shape solutions. Guiding the transition and the work are Dr. Austin, President of Neighborhood Associates Corporation (NAC), and the framing questions posed by ​Repairing the Breach​: 1. How do we find and discuss the things all Americans hold in common? 2. How do we make progress toward re-establishing supportive communities? 3. How do we help ethnic communities overcome negative media stereotypes and political exclusion? In 2014, beginning in the Telesis Corporation’s 10 affordable housing communities across the country, NAC worked with the ​Repairing the Breach​ network, Telesis, and new funders to pilot efforts to “rebuild the village” and cultivate an ethos of Public Kinship that will guide further collaborations with residents and local leaders. This ongoing work reflects the Core Values shaping NAC’s mission as a whole: civility; democracy; cultural leadership; housing; education; livelihood; health; and green living. Incubation from Telesis covered our staffing, catalyzed our restructuring, and provided a foundation for our initial set of programs such as farmers markets, community gardens, and civic storytelling events in Washington DC. Repairing the Breach Video: ​https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9U5tALBaKM


Neighborhood Associates Corporation: Repairing the Breach Summary: Staff & Program Budgeting, FY 2019 Neighborhood Associates Corporation (NAC) projects raising a total of $671,487 in FY 2019; this reflects $576,487 in received and committed funding plus $95,000 in likely and developing funding. Telesis Corporation provides NAC an advance for salaries and benefits for full-time employees: in FY 2019, this advance totals ​*​$317,349.70. In December 2019, NAC will reimburse Telesis at least $293,122, and up to $353,122, for salaries, benefits, and payroll related expenses Telesis has paid on behalf of NAC in FY 2019. This reflects $293,122 of the $576,487 in funds received and committed in addition to $60,000 of the $95,000 in funds that are likely and in development. If NAC is successful in all of our funding pursuits, meaning we raise $671, 487, we project a surplus and will apply it towards salaries, benefits, and payroll related expenses for our full-time staff in FY 2020. The projected surplus is $35,772.30. Following this summary, NAC has enclosed several items for Board Members to review, they are: ● ● ● ●

NAC: Operating Budget for Staffing & Programming, FY 2019 (Draft, Board must approve.) NAC: Listing of Funding Sources Utilized to Reimburse Telesis for Staffing Advance, FY 2019 NAC: Projected Staffing Costs Covered by Fundraising, FY 2019-22 NAC: Funding Opportunities Pursued, FY 2019

The table below provides a synopsis of NAC’s projections to reimburse Telesis for salaries and benefits. PROJECTION: NAC STAFFING COSTS COVERED BY FUNDRAISING, FY 2019 EXPENSES - Telesis Advance to NAC for Staff Costs TOTAL TELESIS ADVANCE

*​ $ 317,350.00

REVENUES - Funds From Grants/Contracts Used to Reimburse Telesis for Staff Costs Received / Committed CT Group (Contract for M. Sutton)

$ 99,750.00

William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust (2017-19)

$ 72,787.00

Justice is Greater Than Charity

$ 3,000.00

William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust (2019-22)

$ 17,235.00

Andrew Young Foundation

$ 100,000.00

Board Member Donation

$ 350.00

Likely & Developing Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

$ 25,000.00

George Mason University

$ 5,000.00

City of Annapolis

$ 15,000.00

Meyer Foundation

$ 10,000.00

Cafritz Foundation

$ 5,000.00 TOTAL REIMBURSEMENT

$ 353,122.00

SURPLUS - To be Applied to FY 2020 to reduce Telesis Cost Burden NAC REIMBURSEMENT MINUS TELESIS ADVANCE

$ 35,772.00

*NOTE: Please note that the $317,349.70 amount reflects a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) and 9% salary increase for full-time staff who have served NAC for three or more years. The COLA and raise are recommended by NAC President, Dr. Bobby Austin, and must be approved by the Board.


Neighborhood Associates Corporation: Repairing the Breach

Operating Budget for Staffing and Programming FY 2019


NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATES DRAFT OPERATING BUDGET: STAFFING & PROGRAMS ONLY Updated 06-13-19 REVENUES

Amount

Notes

Telesis Contribution (Personnel & General Administration) Telesis Advance - Staff Payroll & Benefits Funding Paid on Behalf of NAC (General Administration) ($ Telesis Grants - Consultants & Interns ($7,800 from Operating Grant, $20k from Fundraising Grant) ($ Subtotal

317,349.70) NAC to reimburse Telesis FTE via grants covering % FTE. 27,800.00)

($

345,149.70)

WIlliam R. Kenan Charitable Trust 2018-19 Grant & 2017-18 Carry Over (FACT)

($

176,190.00) Received.

WIlliam R. Kenan Charitable Trust 2019-20 Grant (FACT Replication)

($

166,668.00) Committed. Arriving Jul/Aug 2019.

Andrew Young Foundation Consulting Contract (Urban Greenhouses)

($

100,000.00) Committed. Arriving Aug/Sep 2019.

CT Group Contract (M. Sutton)

($

99,750.00) Received.

Justice is Greater Than Charity Contracts

($

30,000.00) Received.

Paradise Gardens Donations

($

2,000.00) Received.

Jubillee Baltimore, Inc. / Central Baltimore Partnership. Inc, Grant

($

1,529.00) Received.

Board Member Donation

($

Grants, Contracts, Donations (Received & Committed)

Subtotal

($

350.00) Received. 576,487.00)

Grants & Contracts (Likely & Developing) Robert Wood Johnson Foundation IRL Grant

($

25,000.00) Likely, we are a semifinalist.

Cafritz Foundation FACT DC Grant

($

25,000.00) Submitting application 7/01/19.

Meyer Foundation General Operating Grant

($

25,000.00) Submitting application 7/10/19.

City of Annapolis Land Trust Consulting Contract

($

15,000.00) Submitted scope of work, awaiting response from city.

George Mason University Grant

($ Subtotal

($

5,000.00) Likely, awaiting funder response. 95,000.00)

Grants & Contracts (Restricted Funding Received for 2020) FACT Replication - All Program Operating Expenses Covered by Grant 2020

($ (132,198.00)

FACT Replication - Payroll & Benefits Reimbursement Advance to Telesis 2020

($

Subtotal TOTAL REVENUES

(17,235.00)

($ (149,433.00) ($

EXPENSES

867,203.70)

Amount

Notes

Reimburse Telesis Telesis Advance - Staff Payroll & Benefits Funding Paid on Behalf of NAC (General Administration) ($ Subtotal

317,349.70) NAC to reimburse Telesis FTE via grants covering % FTE.

($

317,349.70)

Staff Payroll & Benefits

($

317,349.70)

Green Living Consultant (N. Drozdiak)

($

20,000.00)

Accouting Consultant (N. Hall)

($

2,800.00)

DC Positive Youth Development Intern - NPLLC (A. Bernardo)

($

1,750.00)

Communications Intern - GW FWS (E. Sullivan)

($

1,750.00)

Fall Intern - GW FWS (TBD)

($

1,500.00)

($

345,149.70)

FACT - All Program Operating Expenses Covered by Grant 2018-19

($

103,403.00)

Justice is Greater Than Charity

($

27,000.00)

Cafritz Foundation FACT DC Grant

($

20,000.00)

Meyer Foundation General Operating Grant - DC Public Kinship Pilots

($

15,000.00)

Paradise Gardens - Materials & Supplies Covered by Individual Donations 2019

($

2,000.00)

Jubillee Baltimore, Inc./Central Baltimore Partnership. Inc, Grant

($

1,529.00)

Subtotal

($

168,932.00)

TOTAL EXPENSES

($

831,431.40)

TOTAL REVENUES (REV)

($

867,203.70)

TOTAL EXPENSES (EXP)

($

831,431.40)

REV - EXP

($

35,772.30)

SURPLUS / DEFECIT

($

Personnel & General Administration

Subtotal Programming & Activities

REVENUES MINUS EXPENSES

Amount

SURPLUS / DEFECIT

Amount 35,772.30)

Notes

Notes To carry over into 2020 and be applied towards staffing costs.


Neighborhood Associates Corporation: Repairing the Breach

Funding Sources Used to Reimburse Telesis for NAC Staffing Advance FY 2019


NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATES PROJECTED STAFFING COSTS COVERED BY FUNDRAISING, FY 2019-22 Updated 06-13-19 REVENUES ALLOCATED TO STAFFING

FY 2019

FY 2020

FY 2021

FY 2022

NOTES

Grants/Contracts Received / Committed Carryover from previous FY ($

-  ) ($

35,772.00) ($

-  ) ($

CT Group (Contract for M. Sutton) ($

99,750.00) ($

90,000.00) ($

90,000.00) ($

90,000.00) Received, $99,750.

-  )

William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust (2017-19) ($

72,787.00) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) Received, $72,787.

Justice is Greater Than Charity ($

3,000.00) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) ($

William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust (2019-22) ($

17,235.00) ($

34,470.00) ($

34,470.00) ($

17,235.00) Committed, $34,470 .

Andrew Young Foundation ($

100,000.00) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) Committed, $100,000

Board Member Donation ($

350.00) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) ($

-  )

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ($

25,000.00) ($

25,000.00) ($

25,000.00) ($

George Mason University ($

5,000.00) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) Submitted. Awaiting response from funder.

City of Annapolis ($

15,000.00) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) Submitted. Awaiting contract response from City of Annapolis.

Meyer Foundation ($

10,000.00) ($

10,000.00) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) Application to be submitted 7/01/19 and again in 2020.

Cafritz Foundation ($

5,000.00) ($

5,000.00) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) Application to be submitted 7/01/19 and again in 2020.

-  ) Received $3,000 for serving as fiduciary agent ; NAC rate is 10% of all funds raised.

Likely & Developing -  ) Anticipated, $25,000 a year from 2019-22. We are a semifinalist.

Development - FY 2020-22 AmeriCorps Planning Grant ($

-  ) ($

AmeriCorps Implementation Grant ($

-  ) ($

-  ) ($

23,000.00) ($

TOTAL REVENUES ($

353,122.00) ($

226,374.00) ($

172,470.00) ($

130,235.00)

FY 2019

FY 2020

FY 2021

FY 2022

EXPENSES RELATED TO STAFFING

26,132.00)

Will resubmit in 2020. Successful in 2018, however funder had issues releasing funds. 23,000.00) If planning grant awarded in 2020, an implementation grant will be provided in 2021.

NOTES

Salaries President ($

83,000.00) ($

83,000.00) ($

83,000.00) ($

83,000.00)

Vice President ($

60,000.00) ($

60,000.00) ($

60,000.00) ($

60,000.00)

Executive Assistant ($

60,000.00) ($

60,000.00) ($

60,000.00) ($

60,000.00)

Local Economies Director ($

50,000.00) ($

50,000.00) ($

50,000.00) ($

50,000.00)

Payroll & Benefits (FICA+SUI+WC+401K+Health) President ($

17,962.00) ($

17,962.00) ($

17,962.00) ($

17,962.00) Need to verify health insurance costs , using $10,000 per staffer in the interim.

Vice President ($

15,779.00) ($

15,779.00) ($

15,779.00) ($

15,779.00) Need to verify health insurance costs , using $10,000 per staffer in the interim.

Executive Assistant ($

15,779.00) ($

15,779.00) ($

15,779.00) ($

15,779.00) Need to verify health insurance costs , using $10,000 per staffer in the interim.

Local Economies Director ($

14,830.00) ($

14,830.00) ($

14,830.00) ($

TOTAL EXPENSES ($

317,350.00) ($

317,350.00) ($

317,350.00) ($

317,350.00)

FY 2019

FY 2020

FY 2021

FY 2022

REVENUES MINUS EXPENSES

14,830.00) Need to verify health insurance costs , using $10,000 per staffer in the interim.

REVENUE - EXPENSES TOTAL ($

35,772.00) ($

(90,976.00) ($ (144,880.00) ($ (187,115.00)

SURPLUS / DEFICIT ($

35,772.00) ($

(90,976.00) ($ (144,880.00) ($ (187,115.00)

NOTES 2020-22 Funding Opportunities in development.


Neighborhood Associates Corporation: Repairing the Breach

Projected Staffing Costs covered by Fundraising FYs 2019 - 2022


NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATES PROJECTED STAFFING COSTS COVERED BY FUNDRAISING, FY 2019-22 Updated 06-13-19 REVENUES ALLOCATED TO STAFFING

FY 2019

FY 2020

FY 2021

FY 2022

NOTES

Grants/Contracts Received / Committed Carryover from previous FY ($

-  ) ($

35,772.00) ($

-  ) ($

CT Group (Contract for M. Sutton) ($

99,750.00) ($

90,000.00) ($

90,000.00) ($

90,000.00) Received, $99,750.

-  )

William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust (2017-19) ($

72,787.00) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) Received, $72,787.

Justice is Greater Than Charity ($

3,000.00) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) ($

William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust (2019-22) ($

17,235.00) ($

34,470.00) ($

34,470.00) ($

17,235.00) Committed, $34,470 .

Andrew Young Foundation ($

100,000.00) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) Committed, $100,000

Board Member Donation ($

350.00) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) ($

-  )

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ($

25,000.00) ($

25,000.00) ($

25,000.00) ($

George Mason University ($

5,000.00) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) Submitted. Awaiting response from funder.

City of Annapolis ($

15,000.00) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) Submitted. Awaiting contract response from City of Annapolis.

Meyer Foundation ($

10,000.00) ($

10,000.00) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) Application to be submitted 7/01/19 and again in 2020.

Cafritz Foundation ($

5,000.00) ($

5,000.00) ($

-  ) ($

-  ) Application to be submitted 7/01/19 and again in 2020.

-  ) Received $3,000 for serving as fiduciary agent ; NAC rate is 10% of all funds raised.

Likely & Developing -  ) Anticipated, $25,000 a year from 2019-22. We are a semifinalist.

Development - FY 2020-22 AmeriCorps Planning Grant ($

-  ) ($

AmeriCorps Implementation Grant ($

-  ) ($

-  ) ($

23,000.00) ($

TOTAL REVENUES ($

353,122.00) ($

226,374.00) ($

172,470.00) ($

130,235.00)

FY 2019

FY 2020

FY 2021

FY 2022

EXPENSES RELATED TO STAFFING

26,132.00)

Will resubmit in 2020. Successful in 2018, however funder had issues releasing funds. 23,000.00) If planning grant awarded in 2020, an implementation grant will be provided in 2021.

NOTES

Salaries President ($

83,000.00) ($

83,000.00) ($

83,000.00) ($

83,000.00)

Vice President ($

60,000.00) ($

60,000.00) ($

60,000.00) ($

60,000.00)

Executive Assistant ($

60,000.00) ($

60,000.00) ($

60,000.00) ($

60,000.00)

Local Economies Director ($

50,000.00) ($

50,000.00) ($

50,000.00) ($

50,000.00)

Payroll & Benefits (FICA+SUI+WC+401K+Health) President ($

17,962.00) ($

17,962.00) ($

17,962.00) ($

17,962.00) Need to verify health insurance costs , using $10,000 per staffer in the interim.

Vice President ($

15,779.00) ($

15,779.00) ($

15,779.00) ($

15,779.00) Need to verify health insurance costs , using $10,000 per staffer in the interim.

Executive Assistant ($

15,779.00) ($

15,779.00) ($

15,779.00) ($

15,779.00) Need to verify health insurance costs , using $10,000 per staffer in the interim.

Local Economies Director ($

14,830.00) ($

14,830.00) ($

14,830.00) ($

TOTAL EXPENSES ($

317,350.00) ($

317,350.00) ($

317,350.00) ($

317,350.00)

FY 2019

FY 2020

FY 2021

FY 2022

REVENUES MINUS EXPENSES

14,830.00) Need to verify health insurance costs , using $10,000 per staffer in the interim.

REVENUE - EXPENSES TOTAL ($

35,772.00) ($

(90,976.00) ($ (144,880.00) ($ (187,115.00)

SURPLUS / DEFICIT ($

35,772.00) ($

(90,976.00) ($ (144,880.00) ($ (187,115.00)

NOTES 2020-22 Funding Opportunities in development.


Neighborhood Associates Corporation: Repairing the Breach

Funding Opportunities Pursued FY 2019


NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATES FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES PURSUED, FY 2019: BASED ON CORE VALUES Updated 06-13-20 DESCRIPTION

FUNDER

STATUS

TYPE

DURATION

DEADLINE

START

END

TOTAL REQUESTED

STAFFING COVERED

PROGRAM COVERED

All years

2019 only

2019 only

TEAM

CIVILITY Resilience, African American Public Welfare BMOC Foundation

DEVELOPMENT

LOI

1 year

07-31-19

TBD

TBD

General Operating Support

Meyer Foundation

DEVELOPMENT

GRANT

1 year

07-10-19

10-01-19

10-01-20

$25,000.00 ($ 10,000.00) ($ 15,000.00)

Bobby, Afnan, Alex

Resilience

William T. Grant Foundation

DECLINED

GRANT

2 years

07-30-18

09-01-18

09-01-20

$55,000.00 ($ 11,000.00) ($ 39,000.00)

Afnan

$50,000.00 ($ 10,000.00) ($ 40,000.00) Bobby, Afnan

CULTURAL LEADERSHIP FACT: Two-Generation Learning

WIlliam R. Kenan Charitable Trust

AWARDED

GRANT

2 years

NA

06-01-17

12-31-19

$235,000.00 ($ 72,787.00) ($ 103,403.00)

Bobby, Alex, Afnan

FACT: Two-Generation Learning

WIlliam R. Kenan Charitable Trust

COMMITTED

GRANT

2 years

02-20-19

06-01-19

12-31-22

$500,000.00 ($ 17,235.00) ($ 132,198.00)

Bobby, Alex, Afnan

FACT DC: Two-Generation Learning

Morris & Gwendolyn Cafrtiz Foundation

DEVELOPMENT

GRANT

1 year

07-01-19

10-01-19

12-01-20

$25,000.00 ($

5,000.00) ($ 20,000.00)

Bobby, Alex, Afnan

DEMOCRACY Justice is Greater Than Charity

Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO)

RECEIVED

CONTRACT

1 year

NA

05-01-19

05-01-20

$10,000.00 ($

1,000.00) ($

9,000.00)

Bobby

Justice is Greater Than Charity

Blueshield of California Foundation

RECEIVED

CONTRACT

1 year

NA

05-01-19

05-01-20

$10,000.00 ($

1,000.00) ($

9,000.00)

Bobby

Justice is Greater Than Charity

Executive Alliance for Boys & Men of Color

COMMITTED

CONTRACT

1 year

NA

05-01-19

05-01-20

$10,000.00 ($

1,000.00) ($

9,000.00)

Bobby

NA

06-04-19

09-02-19

$1,529.00

EDUCATION

Baltimore Youth Activities

Jubilee Baltimore

AWARDED

PASS THROUGH

1 year

($

-  ) ($

1,529.00) Nadji (NPLLC)


NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATES FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES PURSUED, FY 2019: BASED ON CORE VALUES Updated 06-13-20 DESCRIPTION

FUNDER

STATUS

TYPE

DURATION

DEADLINE

START

END

TOTAL REQUESTED

STAFFING COVERED

PROGRAM COVERED

All years

2019 only

2019 only

TEAM

GREEN LIVING Paradise Community Gardens

NAC Individual Donor Campaign

Urban Greenhouses

RECEIVED

DONORS

4 months

NA

04-01-19

08-02-19

$2,000.00

($

-  ) ($

2,000.00)

$100,000.00 ($ 100,000.00) ($

-  )

Nick

Andrew Young Foundation

COMMITTED

GRANT

1 year

NA

08-01-19

06-01-20

Paradise Community Gardens

Clif Bar Family Foundation

SUBMITTED

GRANT

1 year

06-01-19

12-01-19

12-01-20

$5,000.00

($

-  ) ($

5,000.00)

Nick, Afnan supporting

Paradise Community Gardens

Walmart Foundation

DEVELOPMENT

GRANT

1 year

06-30-19

12-01-19

12-01-20

$5,000.00

($

-  ) ($

5,000.00)

Nick, Afnan supporting

Paradise Community Gardens

Exelon Corporate Giving Grants

DEVELOPMENT

GRANT

1 year

06-30-19

12-01-19

12-01-20

$5,000.00

($

-  ) ($

5,000.00)

Nick, Afnan supporting

Paradise Community Gardens

Home Depot Building Healthy Communities Grant

DEVELOPMENT

GRANT

1 year

06-30-19

12-01-19

12-01-20

$5,000.00

($

-  ) ($

5,000.00)

Nick, Afnan supporting

Paradise Community Gardens

NAC Crowdfunding Campaign

DEVELOPMENT

DONORS

4 months

NA

NA

08-02-19

$21,000.00 ($

-  ) ($ 21,000.00)

Paradise Community Gardens

Awesome Foundation DC

DECLINED

GRANT

4 months

03-17-19

04-01-19

912/2019

$1,000.00

($

-  ) ($

1,000.00)

Nick, Afnan supporting

Paradise Community Gardens

Phillp L Grahm Fund

DECLINED

LOI

7 months

04-15-19

05-01-19

09-01-19

$5,000.00

($

-  ) ($

5,000.00)

Nick, Afnan supporting

Paradise Community Gardens

Awesome Foundation DC

DECLINED

GRANT

4 months

04-15-19

05-01-19

09-01-19

$1,000.00

($

-  ) ($

1,000.00)

Nick, Afnan supporting

03-13-19

09-15-19

09-15-22

$350,000.00 ($ 25,000.00) ($

-  )

Afnan

TBD

TBD

$15,000.00 ($ 15,000.00) ($

-  )

Michael

Bobby

Nick

HEALTH

Resilience & Health

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

SUBMITTED

GRANT

3 years

HOUSING Think Tank - Local Development

City of Annapolis, MD

SUBMITTED

CONTRACT

1 month

03-29-2019


NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATES FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES PURSUED, FY 2019: BASED ON CORE VALUES Updated 06-13-20 DESCRIPTION

FUNDER

STATUS

TYPE

DURATION

DEADLINE

START

END

TOTAL REQUESTED

STAFFING COVERED

PROGRAM COVERED

All years

2019 only

2019 only

TEAM

LIVELIHOOD

ISE Seed Grants

George Mason University

SUBMITTED

GRANT

1.5 years

05-15-19

09-01-19

03-01-21

Local Frequency (Buy local app)

$40,000.00 ($

Protegra

DEVELOPMENT

License

1 year

Fall 2019

Fall 2019

Early 2020

MD Exchange

Baltimore Community Foundation

DEVELOPMENT

GRANT

1 year

Fall 2019

Fall 2019

Early 2020

Michael

MD Exchange

Abell Foundation

DEVELOPMENT

GRANT

1 year

Fall 2019

Fall 2019

Early 2020

Michael

MD Exchange

Serdna Foundation

DEVELOPMENT

LOI

1 year

Fall 2019

Fall 2019

Early 2020

Michael

MD Exchange

T. Rowe Price Foundation DEVELOPMENT

GRANT

1 year

Fall 2019

Fall 2019

Early 2020

Michael

MD Exchange

Kauffman Foundation

DECLINED

GRANT

2 years

02-06-19

NA

NA

Financial Literacy Planning Grant

Serve DC

DECLINED

GRANT

1 year

NA

09-01-19

09-01-20

Revenue Share

5,000.00) ($ 35,000.00) Revenue Share

Revenue Share

$295,000.00 ($ 50,000.00) ($ 245,000.00)

$33,822.00 ($ 26,132.00) ($

7,690.00)

Afnan

Michael

Michael

Afnan

OTHER / TBD

General Operating Support

Edna McConnell Clark Foundation

EXPLORATION

GRANT

1 year

TBD

General Operating Support

Sorbrate Foundation

EXPLORATION

GRANT

1 year

TBD

General Operating Support

Bank of America Foundation

EXPLORATION

GRANT

1 year

TBD

General Operating Support

F.B. Heron Foundation

EXPLORATION

GRANT

1 year

TBD

General Operating Support

Marriott Foundation

EXPLORATION

GRANT

1 year

TBD


Neighborhood Associates Corporation: Repairing the Breach Families are Artists, Creators & Teachers Program (FACT) OUTPUTS UPDATE: 2018-19

PROGRAM PARTICIPATION FACT served 64 families from its launch on September 1, 2017, to April 1, 2019, approximately half of whom are led by single parents and fall below the poverty line. While the program is intended for families with children aged 5-13, we welcomed eight families with toddlers as well as eight families with older teens aged 14-17. As of April 2019, we have completed 15 art courses: Winter and Spring courses in Budget Period 1; Fall and Winter courses in Budget Period 2. We are currently wrapping up Spring 2019 classes at all sites and planning Summer Leadership Workshops and the Year 2 Capstone Public Art Events.

REPORTING, REPLICATING, & SHARING All program and budget reporting to the Kenan Charitable Trust is complete as of mid-Year 2019. In further aid of program sustainability, we have applied to the Trust for $500,000 to continue FACT in the current site communities for an additional 27 months and to create and market a FACT Toolkit for nationwide distribution and use by families and neighborhoods, under the direction of a Replication Coordinator who will be hired from the grant. In June 2019, we will apply to the Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation to directly replicate FACT in the three Washington, DC communities with which we are allied (the Kenan Trust does not fund direct programming outside Florida, Kentucky, New York, and North Carolina). FACT has an active and dedicated website, curated photo albums, YouTube channel, a Facebook page with 218 Likes and 221 Followers, and local Facebook groups to engage community members, participating families, and supporters. Links to FACT website and social media: Website: Facebook: YouTube: Albums:

https://fact2genart.org https://www.facebook.com/FACT2genART https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPOtfq9uDF-cqXmP-2IfGfw https://www.flickr.com/photos/neighborhoodassociates/albums


Neighborhood Associates Corporation: Repairing the Breach NAC and the Andrew J. Young Foundation 2019 - 2020 COLLABORATIONS GREENHOUSE & GARDENS STRATEGIC GUIDANCE In the Fall of 2019, Dr. Bobby Austin will collaborate with the Andrew J. Young Foundation to develop materials and guidelines for the creation of greenhouses and gardens in our communities, in sectors of the Mississippi Delta, and in select sites in African countries. ​Dr. Austin will also work with Foundation staff to develop the community outreach tools that will prepare members for opportunities to grow food, develop nutritional behavior, and prepare business startups. This opportunity for collaboration, particularly at the global level, builds on NAC’s facilitation of and participation in a conference at the World Bank in January 2019 on sustainable food and agricultural practices worldwide. The Foundation’s video outlining this initiative and its background and impact can be found at: https://youtu.be/2eJfmxy3HkM

ANDREW YOUNG MILLENNIUM LEADERSHIP SCHOLARS The Andrew Young Millennium Leadership Scholars is a year-long, curriculum-based learning process involving classroom, community, and international organizations. The guidelines, curriculum, and candidate selection criteria will be developed by Dr. Bobby Austin in 2019-20.


Neighborhood Associates Corporation: Repairing the Breach Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant Application “A Model for Health-Centered Community Development in the Barclay Neighborhood: Baltimore, MD” Joint Application by NAC with faculty of George Mason University and Johns Hopkins University

SUMMARY ISSUE Neighborhoods that undergo successful redevelopment can improve their community health. However, they can also face gentrification, such as longstanding residents and businesses are priced out (Sheppard, 2019). WHY YOU? Given our team’s shared value that historical neighborhoods in America’s cities should be able to thrive ​and​ remain places for people of all income levels, the research we propose is critical. Our project can inform a model of health-centered community development and offer lessons about how to successfully navigate many issues facing neighborhoods like Barclay. EVIDENCE Our work is rooted in the fact that neighborhood context is a strong predictor of health and social well-being (Duncan & Kawachi, 2018; Warner et al., 2017). Enhancing community development – including factors such as community capacity, social connectedness, and collective efficacy – is empowering and can facilitate positive outcomes for youth (Azrael et al, 2009). RESEARCH APPROACH We will take a “utilization-focused” approach to research, meaning that we will document protocols and produce information that can be readily used to catalyze action, for example by residents of Barclay or other similarly-situated neighborhoods and by stakeholders in a variety of sectors (e.g., urban planning, social enterprise, public health). ADVANCING THE FIELD Our findings can be applied widely by others who also work to ensure the survival of older neighborhoods in an era of urban social change, such as the Enterprise Social Investment Corp., Brookings’ Center on Urban & Metropolitan Policy, and the National Housing Trust.

COMMUNITY OVERVIEW The Barclay neighborhood is undergoing a revitalization after decades of challenges. The redevelopment began in 2006 and was led by Telesis Corp., who worked in partnership with NAC, Barclay residents, the Housing Authority of Baltimore City, and other stakeholders. As of May 2019, two-thirds of the planned construction has been completed. Barclay is now a mixed-income community of homeowners and renters that has open spaces, new community facilities, employment opportunities, and a staff dedicated to community services. With the physical improvements mostly complete, stakeholders and residents are turning to the issue of community health. During this transitional period in Barclay, the work we are proposing will be a part of the neighborhood’s ongoing, collaborative effort to continue on its continued positive development. The project can uniquely see how to support a culture of health during urban renewal. PROJECT AIMS We will examine strategies to sustain Barclay’s current positive trajectory. Our aims are to: ●

Aim 1: establish a Community Advisory Board and a Youth Advisory Board;

Aim 2: use qualitative and quantitative research methods to conduct a comprehensive health assessment and present findings to Barclay residents;

Aim 3: work collaboratively with the Boards, residents, and stakeholders to develop and implement a strategic plan for facilitating health-centered community development in Barclay.


Neighborhood Associates Corporation: Repairing the Breach Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant Application “A Model for Health-Centered Community Development in the Barclay Neighborhood: Baltimore, MD” Joint Application by NAC with faculty of George Mason University and Johns Hopkins University

PROJECT BUDGET September 15, 2019 – September 14, 2022 Per the proposal, NAC will be a sub-award recipient and receive a total of $169,300. The details are outlined below. $75,000 $30,000 $30,000 $34,300 TOTAL

Stipend for IRL Community Partner Supporting personnel in the community Research Assistants Community & Youth Advisory Board $169,300

CATEGORY

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

ALL YEARS

PERSONNEL & FRINGE Dr. Karina Korostelina (PI) - Stipend

$23,299

$23,299

$23,299

$69,897

$1,701

$1,701

$1,701

$5,103

$25,000

$25,000

$25,000

$75,000

$25,000

$25,000

$25,000

$75,000

$9,000

$9,000

$9,000

$27,000

$34,000

$34,000

$34,000

$102,000

$1,000

$1,000

$1,000

$3,000

$1,000

$1,000

$1,000

$3,000

Subcontract - Stipend for IRL Community Partner

$25,000

$25,000

$25,000

$75,000

Subcontract - Supporting Personnel

$10,000

$10,000

$10,000

$30,000

$0

$15,000

$15,000

$30,000

Dr. Korostelina - Fringe Benefits Subtotal CONSULTANTS Dr. Renee Johnson - Johns Hopkins University Barclay Research coordinator Subtotal TRAVEL Domestic Subtotal SUBCONTRACTS NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATES

Subcontract - Research Assistants Subcontract - Community & Youth Advisory Boards Subtotal

$0

$17,150

$17,150

$34,300

$35,000

$67,150

$67,150

$169,300

$200

$200

$300

$700

$200

$200

$300

$700

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

OTHER DIRECT COSTS Printing Subtotal FACILITIES & ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS Waived Subtotal TOTALS

$95,200 YEAR 1

$127,350 $127,450 YEAR 2

YEAR 3

$350,000 ALL YEARS


Neighborhood Associates Corporation: Repairing the Breach LOCAL ECONOMIES PROJECTS THE BOARD OF TRADE This project aims to create an inventory of skills for residences in affordable housing communities, and a “time dollar” system that can facilitate money-free exchanges of skills. Meetings with Edgar Cahn, the UDC professor who designed time dollars, are ongoing in order to figure out the right software to implement; data regarding the skills of residents in Paradise at Parkside is being gathered, as is an inventory of local businesses. These will serve as a precursor for the implementation of Local Frequency, a cell phone app that promotes local purchasing. Appropriate online platforms for these inventories will be created. Once this project is working at Paradise, it will be expanded to other Telesis communities. Revenue sources include a percentage of Local Frequency transactions, and fees from other affordable housing communities to use these resources.

THE MARYLAND EXCHANGE This project aims at gathering details about minority-owned and women-owned businesses in Maryland that can and should expand, and connecting them with interested grassroots investors in Maryland. The initial focus will be businesses in Baltimore. One goal is to send companies and investors onto national online crowdfunding portals, where formal investment agreements can be transacted. An agreement has been reached with WeFunder (the largest federally licensed crowdfunding portal) that will give NAC finders’ fees for each business we place on its portal. The biggest grant opportunity for this project, greater than $50,000 from the T. Rowe Price Foundation, was just deferred until October. We are now preparing new proposals for national foundations like Surdna. The Exchange will be accessible through the website of our partner, the Community Wealth-Building Project of Strong City Baltimore.

COMMUNITY LAND TRUST PROMOTION Following up on meetings with the mayor of Annapolis, a proposal has been prepared to help the city address its affordable housing crisis with the formation of a community land trust. A decision about moving ahead is still pending. Variations of this proposal will be sent to other cities. We are securing the involvement of leading land-trust practitioners help map out a potential plan for Paradise at Parkside.

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