NON-PROFIT SERVICES

Hamilton County receives funding from HUD in the community Black Grant Program each year. In 2021 it was $3.4 Million. This money will be used to benefit low to moderate-income households & areas, create economic opportunities, provide safe & secure housing, and improve living environments for communities and residents.

A portion of this ($750,000 in 2021) is set aside for Social Services. Each Spring, an RFP process is begun to award these funds to non-profit social service providers that meet the objectives in the County’s 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan set forth here.

All contracts will be awarded to the non-profit entity whose proposal is most advantageous to the program with price and other factors considered. 

Non-profit entities that wish to submit a proposal must do so through the Neighborly software application.

Check back here for information on the RFP when available.

If you have questions, please contact Kyle Snyder at [email protected]

2020 Hamilton County Nonprofit Services Funding Awards

Program

Agency

Amount

Charitable Pharmacy

St Vincent de Paul

$238,000

Rental Assistance/ Eviction Prevention

Legal Aid/Community Action Agency

$225,000

Providing Emergency Sustenance

FreeStore/Foodbank

$300,000

Senior Legal Services Program

Pro Seniors Inc.

$50,000

Foreclosure Prevention/ Emergency Mortgage Assistance

Legal Aid

$115,000

 Supported Employment and Job Readiness Services  IKRON Corporation  $60,000
 Thriving Entrepreneurs  MORTAR  $100,000
 Career Transformation Center  Dress for Success Cincinnati  $67,000

 Housing + Supportive Services

 Lydia’s House

$70,000

Total

$1,225,000