FY10 OST Tennis RFP

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					 Request for Proposals
        FY10
                            Out-of-School Time
                           Tennis Programming




Released January 8, 2010
Table of Contents


The Trust ......................................................................................................................................... 2

Philosophy of Investment ............................................................................................................... 2

FY10 Request for Proposals ............................................................................................................ 2

Granting Policies ............................................................................................................................. 4

Funding Details ............................................................................................................................... 5

Proposal Process ............................................................................................................................. 6

Proposal Format .............................................................................................................................. 9

Proposal Budget and Narrative ..................................................................................................... 12

Projected Program Revenue ......................................................................................................... 14

Proposal Cover Sheet .................................................................................................................... 15

Neighborhood Clusters…………………………………………………………………………………………………..….…….16

Directory Listing Form................................................................................................................... 17

Proposal Check List ...................................................................................................................... 18




DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation                                                         OST Tennis RFP FY10
January 8, 2010                                                                                                         Page 1
The Trust
The DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation (the Trust) is the primary resource for
developing partnerships that expand and improve services and opportunities for children and youth in
the District of Columbia, especially during their time out of school. The partnerships include those with
public schools, city agencies, nonprofit providers and funders.

The Trust provides grants, technical assistance, youth worker training, capacity building, learning
opportunities, convenings, and policy support in the District. The Trust supports and develops the
highest quality programs, encourages innovation in services and organizations, and invests in activities
that will create better outcomes for DC’s children and youth.




Philosophy of Investment
Funded organizations become partners in the Trust’s philosophy of investment, which includes:
    Performance-based granting – Payment depends on a grantee doing what grantee stated in the
       work plan.
    Data Collection and Management – TraxSolutions is used to collect and evaluate data from
       grantees on things such as:
           o Services to children, youth and parents
           o Attendance of children, youth and parents
           o Expenditures
    Grantee Network - Grantees must attend regularly scheduled grantee meetings
    Affinity Groups – Grantees are encouraged to participate in affinity group meetings
    Training and Program Development – Participation in DC BEST curriculum is encouraged for all
       summer programs. Each program will have an opportunity to participate in the following
       trainings:
           o 30-hour Advancing Youth Development (AYD) course
           o 15-hour Advancing Youth Development (AYD) Supervisors course




FY10 Request for Proposals
The Trust in partnership with the United States Tennis Association is pleased to announce the availability
of funding and invites qualified applicants to submit proposals to provide high quality out-of-school time
(OST) tennis programming to children ages 5 – 13 in the District of Columbia during the Trust’s Fiscal
Year 2010 (ending September 30, 2010). Specifically, the Trust seeks to support existing and established
tennis programming during the school year and summer that will expand services to reach a broader
range of children, targeting elementary and middle schools in underserved communities. Funding will
be restricted to tennis instruction (average pay for instructors may not exceed $25 per hour) and
equipment (limit of $1,000 per school served). Applicants are allowed to submit no more than one (1)
proposal in response to this RFP.




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Program Sites
The Trust is supporting the afterschool structure of DC Public Schools (DCPS)-DC One, and will require
OST programs seeking to based their program in a DCPS site to have successfully completed the DCPS
vetting process
(http://www.k12.dc.us/teachingandlearning/outofschool/afterschool/providers.htm) in order to be
funded. Vetting approval is valid for 3 years. Note: DCPS reserves the right to make final decisions on
where OST programs will be placed based on the needs of public schools.

Even if programming is based at a non-DCPS site, OST programs in community-based sites must be
approved by DCPS since it will facilitate access to DCPS students for recruitment and enrollment, allow
connection to school-day learning, and improve the collection and sharing of student data.

Organizations must request the use of a DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) facility, per the
list on page 5. Building on the success of previous partnerships with community-based organizations,
DPR is eager to provide high-quality services to neighborhoods and encourages organizations to propose
a single program or a range of programs to meet the needs of young people in the community. The
organization will be required to abide by DPR policies and procedures and sign a separate Memorandum
of Agreement with DPR. For more information on DPR’s partnership guidelines and application, go to
http://dpr.dc.gov/dpr/cwp/view,a,1239,q,639061.asp.

Eligibility Criteria
             Must have 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, been incorporated to operate in the District of
              Columbia, and providing direct services since no later than October 1, 2007.
             Must be organized under the District of Columbia Non-profit Corporation Act (DC Code,
              sec.29-501 et seq.).
             Must be a community-based organization, defined as: non-profit agency with a board of
              directors that is reflective of the community of population served.
             Organization’s primary vision and program focus must be serving children, youth and/or
              families within the District of Columbia.
             Organization must be in good financial standing with the DC Office of Tax and Revenue
              and the Internal Revenue Service as well as follow all appropriate charitable financial
              reporting standards.
             For collaborative applications, one organization must act as the lead agency. That
              organization must meet all criteria listed and accept fiduciary, reporting and programming
              oversight responsibility for the application and grant.
             Organizations must be approved by DCPS through the vetting process described on the
              DCPS website.




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January 8, 2010                                                                          Page 3
Granting Policies
Average Daily Attendance
All programs funded under this RFP will receive funding based on “average daily attendance (ADA)” of
participants. Grant amounts will reflect proposed number to be served. TraxSolutions, the Trust’s
management information system, will be used to collect data on participant enrollment and attendance
throughout the grant period, along with site visits by our staff. This data will be used to compile the
ADA two times during the grant period, and the calculated number must be at least 75% of the
proposed number to be served. If the ADA is less than 75% of the proposed number to be served, then
the grant amount will be reduced to reflect this. The reduced grant advancement is calculated by taking
the actual ADA divided by .75 times the per participant rate that is listed in the RFP and/or grant
agreement times the next percentage advancement.

Training and Program Development
Participation in DC BEST curriculum is encouraged for all programs. Each program will have an
opportunity to participate in the following trainings:
     30-hour AYD course
     15-hour AYD Supervisors course

Reporting Requirements
Grantees are required to submit participant attendance records, monthly expenditure reports and a
final report through TraxSolutions.

Notification on incidents that include but are not limited to safety hazards, emergencies, and/or
conflicts that affect the children and youth participating in the program must be received within 24
hours, and written incident reports are required within five days of any unusual incident that involves
staff and/or participants.

Grantee Meetings and Networks
All grantees of the Trust are required to attend Grantee Meetings. These meetings provide important
information about compliance and accountability. They also provide technical assistance, dialogue with
city agencies and offices, interaction with the funding community and the opportunity to learn from
peers and colleagues. Affinity groups are formed each year to spur conversations and facilitate peer
learning on topics of interest to grantees such as program content, research and evaluation, policy and
advocacy, etc.

Fees for Programming
It is allowable to propose a program that serves both Trust-funded and non-Trust-funded participants.
Non-Trust-funded participants may be charged a fee for programming. Trust-funded participants may
not be charged a fee for program activities, but can be charged a one-time nominal (e.g., less than $50)
program registration fee to encourage good attendance. However, if parents cannot afford the
registration fee, then their child(ren) cannot be prevented from participating in the program.

Disbursement of Grant Funds
The Trust advances grant funds incrementally. The initial funding advance of 50% will be based on the
proposed number of youth to be served. Subsequent payments will be based on ADA, approved
progress toward work plan goals, and completed program and financial reports. A final 10% payment is
made after all final reports are completed.

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Program Safety Standards
Programs must offer a safe and nurturing environment for children and youth. The “Field Guide to Best
Practices and Indicators for Out-of-School Time Programs in the District of Columbia” provides
recommendations for such an environment. The standards are available at
http://www.cyitc.org/elements/file/DC%20Trust%20Field%20Guide%20to%20Best%20Pracatices.pdf.

Organizations will be required to provide background checks and TB tests for staff. First-Aid/CPR-
certified staff and volunteers (one volunteer per 15 youth must be certified in First Aid/CPR) are
required at all sites. Programs will be required to provide an “Emergency Preparedness Plan” that deals
with threats of terrorism, “Code Red Days” when extreme heat causes program interruption, etc. and
includes a communications plan for parents.




Funding Details
Grants will be awarded to support OST tennis programming to children ages 5 to 13 in underserved
communities. More specifically, programming must take place near Focus Improvement Areas (FIAs)
(formerly Hot Spots). OST programming supported by this grant can be provided in a variety of
recreational spaces including school gymnasiums or on outdoor hard and flat playground surfaces, as
well as at the tennis facilities listed below.


Ward Location                        Address                           Number of Courts          Lighted
 1   Banneker                        Ninth and Euclid Sts., NW               8
     Lincoln-Bell /
 1   Headquarters                    3149 16th St., NW                          2
 1   Marie-Reed                      18th and California Sts., NW               2                  YES
 2   Kennedy                                                                    1
 4   Raymond                         10th St. and Spring Rd., NW                2
 5   Harry Thomas                                                               2                  YES
 6   King Greenleaf                  Second and N Sts., SW                      2                  YES
 6   Randall                         First and I Sts., SW                       3                  YES
 6   Rosedale                        17th and Gales Sts., NE                    2
 6   Sherwood                                                                   1                  YES
 7   Kelly Miller                                                               3
 8   Fort Stanton                    18th and Erie Sts., SE                     3                  YES
     Southeast Tennis and
 8   Learning Complex                701 Mississippi Ave., SE                  10                  YES
 8   Ferebee Hope                                                              1

Programs must provide a plan of how they will continue providing tennis instruction with new
population of youth beyond the grant.



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The grant period for this category is March 1, 2010 through August 20, 2010. Funded organizations
must provide services during the school year into the summer from March 1, 2010 through August 6,
2010.

Delivery Model
Applicants will be required to provide services for two days per week with a minimum of 1 hour of
contact per day per participant (not to include transportation and meal times). Total budgets for
proposed programming must not exceed $100 per child. Grant awards will be based on the number of
children or youth to be served.


Proposal Process
Grant Technical Assistance Sessions
The Trust will hold one Grant Technical Assistance (GTA) Session. In order to be eligible for this grant,
attendance at this GTA session is mandatory for all applicants. The session will convene on the
following date at the following location:

Wednesday, February 3, 2010 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Columbia Heights Youth Club
1480 Girard St, NW

To RSVP for the Grant Technical Assistance session, contact Jordan Spooner, Program Officer, at (202)
478-3879 or via email at ustarfp@cyitc.org.

Questions must be submitted in person at the Grant Technical Assistance Session or via e-mail at
rfp@cyitc.org on or before Friday, January 22, 2010 at 4:00 p.m. All written questions concerning this
RFP will be posted on the Trust’s website at www.cyitc.org. If you have any additional inquiries, please
contact Jordan Spooner, Program Officer, at (202) 478-3879 or via email at ustarfp@cyitc.org.

Notice of Intent to Apply
Prospective applicants must submit a Notice of Intent to Apply to the Trust. The Notice of Intent to
Apply form should be returned to the Trust by Monday, January 25, 2010. Submittal of the Notice of
Intent to Apply does not commit an agency to apply. However, failure to submit a Notice of Intent to
Apply in a timely manner will disqualify an applicant. Any supplemental written information related to
this RFP will be provided only to those organizations that have filed a Notice of Intent to Apply.




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Notice of Intent to Apply
Date
Organization Name
Contact Person
E-Mail Address
                                      Must have 501(c) (3) tax-exempt status, been incorporated to
                                       operate in the District of Columbia, and providing direct
                                       services since no later than October 1, 2007
                                      Must be organized under the District of Columbia Non-profit
                                       Corporation Act (DC Code, sec.29-501 et seq.)
                                      Must be a community-based organization, defined as: non-
                                       profit agency with a board of directors that is reflective of the
                                       community of population served
                                      Must have a primary vision and program focus serving children,
Criteria for Eligible                  youth and/or families within the District of Columbia
Applicants                            Must be in good financial standing with the DC Office of Tax and
                                       Revenue and the Internal Revenue and follow all appropriate
                                       charitable financial reporting
                                      Must be approved by DCPS through the vetting process
                                       described on the DCPS website
                                      For collaborative applications, one organization must act as the
                                       lead agency. That organization must meet all criteria listed
                                       above and accept fiduciary, reporting and programming
                                       oversight responsibility for the application and grant



*The maximum number of proposals that may be submitted is one.

*The Notice of Intent to Apply form should be returned to the Trust by Monday, January 25, 2010.
Submittal of the Notice of Intent to Apply does not commit an agency to apply. However, failure to
submit a Notice of Intent to Apply in a timely manner will disqualify an applicant. Any supplemental
written information related to this RFP will be provided only to those organizations that have filed this
form. Notice of Intent to Apply should be submitted via mail or e-mail to:

        D.C. Children & Youth Investment Trust Corp.
        1400 16th Street, NW, Suite 500
        Washington, DC 20036
        Attn: RFP – OST Tennis Programming ATTN: Jordan Spooner
        E-mail: ustarfp@cyitc.org




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Where and When to Apply
       Completed proposals are due to the DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation by
        4:00 p.m. Monday, February 8, 2010.
       Submit one (1) marked, unbound original proposal including all required and attachments, and
        four (4) complete copies to 1400 16th Street, NW, Suite 500, Wash., DC 20036. Please mark the
        original copy as “original” and all copies as “copy”.
       Incomplete proposals will not be accepted.
       No extensions will be granted for the submission of missing proposal components.
       You will receive a time-stamped receipt for successful submission of your proposal.
       Please note: Our offices have lobby security and you may be asked to provide photo ID to enter
        the building. Please allow additional time for the security measures.
       Absolutely no applications will be accepted after 4:00 p.m.
       No proposals will be accepted by fax.
       No proposals will be accepted by e-mail to Trust staff.

Application Timeline
       RFP Released                                    January 8, 2010
       Notice of Intent to Apply Due                   January 25, 2010
       Grant Technical Assistance Session:

        Wednesday, February 3, 2010 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
        Columbia Heights Youth Club
        1480 Girard Street, NW

       Proposal Submission Deadline                    February 8, 2010 @ 4:00 p.m.
       Awards Announced                                February 26, 2010

Award Process
Proposals will be reviewed by Trust staff. The grant reviewers will read and score proposals based on
the following point system:
     Organization Profile                               25 points
     Participant Profile                                 15 points
     Program Description                                15 points
     Collaboration                                       15 points
     Demographics                                       10 points
         o Focus Improvement Area
         o Target population for program
     Plan for Youth Work beyond Grant                   10 points
     Financial Capability                               10 points

Recommendation on selected grantees will be approved by the Trust Board of Directors.

Appeal Process
All funding decisions are final. Applicants may receive reviewers’ scores and comments within ten (10)
business days upon written request.




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Proposal Format
    All required documents are listed on the proposal checklist form, page 18. Be sure to include all
     documents as listed. The original proposal and copies must contain all the listed documents to be
     considered for funding.

    Narrative portions are to use standard margins (1-inch), 12-point Times New Roman font, double-
     spaced with page numbers. Proposal narrative is not to exceed seven (7) pages.

    Submit one original proposal, marked as such, and four copies.

The proposal should be presented in the following format:

1.      Proposal Cover Page, using included form

2.      Proposal Checklist, using included form

3.      Proposal Narrative (up to 7 pages)
        Organization Profile
          State the mission of your organization
          Describe the history of your organization (year founded and by whom), its size (budget
             and staff) and its evolution or key growth points. Current or former Trust grantees should
             describe their history of compliance and success at meeting ADA and work plan goals.
          Describe the details of your program’s current tennis activities.
          Describe specific accomplishments (organizational and programmatic) within the past two
             years that you consider most relevant to this proposal.
          Describe the experience of tennis instructors to be employed.
          List the names of your front-line/direct service workers on staff who have completed the
             Navigating Youth Culture, 30-hour AYD course and the names of senior staff that have
             completed the AYD Supervisors Course (15-hour course). Also list the dates that they
             completed the training. Do not list the names of employees who are no longer with your
             organization.

        Participant Profile
           Define the population, in terms of approximate number and/or families within the area
              that your program currently serves.
           Provide an estimate of the number of participants you expect to serve with this proposed
              funding.

         Program Description
           Provide a timeline or schedule of the delivery of programming, noting breaks for holidays,
              etc.
           Provide a description of proposed facilities where program activities will be carried out.
              Please specify whether or not you have actually secured these facilities at the time of this
              proposal. If additional facilities will be required to carry out the program, please discuss
              how these facilities will be acquired.




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        Collaboration
           Many projects are dependent on an outside person or group to achieve their outcomes. If
              you have such a partnership, please list the partners along with the role they will play.
              Partnerships can be official or unofficial. Reviewers will be more interested in knowing
              how your collaboration will operate than just seeing a list of your partners.
           Please cite the history of these partnerships and what successes they have had in the past.

        Demographics
          Provide information on the ages, ethnicity, Ward, Neighborhood Cluster (see page 16),
            and Focus Improvement Areas of the children to be served by the program.

        Plan for Tennis Instruction beyond Grant
           Describe how you plan to continue working with the new population of youth beyond the
              grant.

4.      Budget Forms: (a) FY10 Proposal Budget Form with Narrative; (b) FY10
        Projected Program Revenue Form
             Provide a proposal budget using the included FY10 Proposal Budget Form only. Provide a
              corresponding Budget Narrative (no more than 3 pages) that provides the basis used for
              the calculation for individual line items in the budget. Significantly differing costs should
              be explained in detail. The proposal budget must reflect the grant period.
             Provide a summary of the program budget, proposal request, and matching funds.
             Provide an accounting of all sources of revenue for the subject program.

5.      Organization Finances
        Prepare these items and include them as required in the Proposal Checklist.
        a) Previous fiscal year finances:
           For organizations with an annual budget of $250,000 or greater, submit an Audited
             Financial Statement, including auditors’ notes and letter. We will not accept audits older
             than FY 2007. If you do not have an audit at the time of submission, provide pages 1-6 of
             most recent IRS Form-990, no older than 2007. You will still be required to submit an
             audited financial statement within 180 days should you be awarded a grant.
           For organizations with an annual budget less than $250,000, provide pages 1-6 of most
             recent IRS Form-990.
        b) Current fiscal year finances:
           Organizational budget vs. actual, for both revenue and expenses, using the same
             categories listed on the FY10 Proposal Budget Form.

6.      Other Required Attachments
             DCPS Approval Letter or copy of Application to DCPS
                (required for tennis programming in DCPS and Community-based Site)
             DPR Approval Letter or copy of Application to DPR
              (required for all applicants)
             Copy of Letter of 501(c)(3) Status from the Internal Revenue Service
             Copy of Incorporation under the District of Columbia Nonprofit Incorporation Act
             Copy of D.C. Basic Business License Clean Hands Form, stamped by D.C. Office of Tax and
              Revenue
             One-page Organizational Chart
             Resumes of Instructors identified in Proposal Narrative

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             List of Board of Directors with terms and affiliations
             Letters of Commitment from Partner Organizations & Agencies
             Directory Listing




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Proposal Budget and Narrative
The Proposal Budget and Budget Narrative must be included in the proposal (See page 13). The
narrative includes an explanation for each of the budget line items. Information should be thorough
enough to allow an understanding of how requested budget amounts were derived.

Consultants/ professional fees
Include costs associated with tennis instruction. The average pay for instructors may not exceed $25 per
hour. Two instructors must be present per 25 children.
        Example:
        Tennis Instruction
        Monthly instruction fee for tennis,
        Instruction for 30 children at $25 per hour for 4 instructors for 6 months
        ($25 x 4 instructors) x 8 hours per month x 6 months                       $4800

Equipment
Tennis equipment purchases should be described here. Per 25 children served, only $1000 can be
allotted for equipment, or $40 per child.
        Example:
        Tennis Equipment
        Tennis equipment for 30 children ($40 x 30)                           $1200

Indirect Costs
Indirect costs are allowed up to 5% of total budgeted for direct costs. Please show the indirect cost rate
used.
         Example:
         Indirect Cost
         Total Direct Expenses                   $100,000
         Indirect cost rate of 10%
         Indirect Cost ($100,000 * .10)          $ 10,000




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 FY10 Proposal Budget Form
 Organization:
                 Expenses                                                                Total Amount
 Consultants and Professional Fees
                 Tennis Instruction
                 Subtotal Consultants/Professional Fees:

 Equipment
                   Tennis Equipment
                   Subtotal Equipment:
                   Indirect Costs:(may not exceed 5% of Total Direct Costs)
                   Total Budget Request:




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FY10 Projected Program Revenue Form
Grants/Contracts:                                        Current   Committed   Pending
Federal Government (please list source/s)            $


Foundation (please list source/s)                    $


Corporations (please list source/s)                  $


United Way/Combined Federal Campaign                 $
Individual donors                                    $
Total Grants/Contracts:                              $
Earned Revenue:
Events                                               $

Publications and Products                            $

Fees                                                 $

Other (specify)                                      $

Membership Income                                    $

Total Earned Revenue:                                $
In-Kind Support
Donated goods                                        $

Donated services                                     $

Total In-kind Support                                $
Other (specify)                                      $

Total Other                                          $
Total Revenue Projected                              $




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FY10 Proposal Cover Sheet
OST Tennis Programming
Organization:     ________________________________________________________________________
Organization Federal Tax-Exempt Number:          _____________________________________________
Address:          ________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
Contact Person:                  ___________________________________________________________
Title of Contact Person:          __________________________________________________________
Telephone:        _________________________ FAX:         _______________________________________
E-mail:           ________________________________________________________________________
Person Authorized to Negotiate:          ____________________________________________________
Authorized Signature:      __________________________ Date: ________________________________
School /s requested:       _________________________________________________________________
Proposed program site (CBO, DPR, etc.)
_____________________________________________________________________________________
Proposed Ward(s) for program: __________________
Proposed Neighborhood Cluster Location(s): __________________
Proposed Tennis Location(s) __________________________________________
Number of Proposed Participants: _________ Ages of Participants _______
Check One:          Elementary                       Middle School
Total Budget for Project                         $____________________
Requested from Trust                             $____________________
(Total request from the Trust must not exceed $250 per participant)
Funding from other sources                       $____________________
Annual Organizational Budget under $250,000? _______yes          _________no




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Neighborhood Clusters
On the proposal cover sheet, please indicate the neighborhood cluster of where your program will
provide OST activities. The neighborhood clusters are provided below.

Cluster 1: Kalorama Heights, Adams Morgan, Lanier Heights
Cluster 2: Columbia Heights, Mt. Pleasant, Pleasant Plains, Park View
Cluster 3: Howard University, Le Droit Park, Cardozo/Shaw
Cluster 4: Georgetown, Burleith/Hillandale
Cluster 5: West End, Foggy Bottom, GWU
Cluster 6: Dupont Circle, Connecticut Avenue/K Street
Cluster 7: Shaw, Logan Circle
Cluster 8: Downtown, Chinatown, Penn Quarters, Mount Vernon Square, North Capitol Street
Cluster 9: Southwest Employment Area, Southwest/Waterfront, Fort McNair, Buzzard Point
Cluster 10: Hawthorne, Barnaby Woods, Chevy Chase
Cluster 11: Friendship Heights, American University Park, Tenleytown
Cluster 12: North Cleveland Park, Forest Hills, Van Ness
Cluster 13: Spring Valley, Palisades, Wesley Heights, Foxhall Crescent, Foxhall Village, Georgetown
Reservoir
Cluster 14: Cathedral Heights, McLean Gardens, Glover Park
Cluster 15: Cleveland Park, Woodley Park, Massachusetts Avenue Heights, Woodland-Normanstone
Terrace
Cluster 16: Colonial Village, Shepherd Park, North Portal Estates
Cluster 17: Takoma, Brightwood, Manor Park
Cluster 18: Brightwood Park, Crestwood, Petworth
Cluster 19: Lamond Riggs, Queens Chapel, Fort Totten, Pleasant Hill
Cluster 20: North Michigan Park, Michigan Park, University Heights
Cluster 21: Edgewood, Bloomingdale, Truxton Circle, Eckington
Cluster 22: Brookland, Brentwood, Langdon
Cluster 23: Ivy City, Arboretum, Trinidad, Carver Langston
Cluster 24: Woodridge, Fort Lincoln, Gateway
Cluster 25: Union Station, Stanton Park, Kingman Park
Cluster 26: Capitol Hill, Lincoln Park
Cluster 27: Near Southeast, Navy Yard
Cluster 28: Historic Anacostia
Cluster 29: Eastland Gardens, Kenilworth
Cluster 30: Mayfair, Hillbrook, Mahaning Heights
Cluster 31: Deanwood, Burrville, Grant Park, Lincoln Heights, Fairmont Heights
Cluster 32: River Terrace, Benning, Greenway, Fort Dupont
Cluster 33: Capitol View, Marshall Heights, Benning Heights
Cluster 34: Twining, Fairlawn, Randle Highlands, Penn Branch, Fort Davis Park, Dupont Park
Cluster 35: Fairfax Village, Naylor Gardens, Hillcrest, Summit Park
Cluster 36: Woodland/Fort Stanton, Garfield Heights, Knox Hill
Cluster 37: Sheridan, Barry Farm, Buena Vista
Cluster 38: Douglass, Shipley Terrace
Cluster 39: Congress Heights, Bellevue, Washington Highlands




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FY10 Directory Listing
All programs funded by the Trust Corporation will be listed in a directory. This information is made
available to the public through our website and publications.
Organization Name

Program Site Name if Different

Site Address


Website address

Ward & Cluster Served

Executive Director

Enrollment Contact

Enrollment Phone Number

Enrollment e-mail

Fax Number

Ages Served

Median Age of Participants

Days and Hours of
Programming

Program Description – this
exact text will be published in
the Trust’s website directory
of funded programs.


Check all that apply:
____ Academic enrichment                         ____   Homework assistance
____ Literacy programming                        ____   Computer training and literacy
____ Mentoring                                   ___    General recreation
____ Artistic enrichment                         ___    Sports programming
____ Life skills                                 ___    Civic Engagement/Service Learning
____ Youth Leadership                            ___    Parenting Skills
____ Job Training                                ___    Culinary Arts
____ College Readiness                           ___    Nutrition
____ Health                                      ___    Gang Outreach


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FY10 Proposal Checklist
Applicants are to use this list for submission to ensure the inclusion of all required items. Submit one (1)
marked, unbound original proposal marked “original” including all required and attachments, and four
(4) complete copies marked “copy” on each.

_______         Proposal Cover Page containing Authorized Signature(s)

_______         Proposal Checklist

_______         Proposal Narrative

_______         DCPS Approval Letter or copy of application to DCPS
                (required for OST in DCPS and Community-based Site)

________        DPR Approval Letter or copy of application to DPR
                (required for all applicants)

________        FY10 Proposal Budget Form with Narrative

_______         FY10 Projected Program Revenue Form

_______         Previous Fiscal Year finances
                 For organizations with an annual budget of $250,000 or greater, submit an Audited
                    Financial Statement, including auditors’ notes and letter. We will not accept audits
                    older than FY 2007. If you do not have an audit at the time of submission, provide
                    pages 1-6 of most recent IRS Form-990, no older than 2007. You will still be
                    required to submit an audited financial statement within 180 days should you be
                    awarded a grant.
                 For organizations with an annual budget less than $250,000, provide pages 1-6 of
                    most recent IRS Form-990.

________        Current fiscal year finances:
                 Organizational budget vs. actual, for both revenue and expenses, using the same
                    categories listed on the FY10 Proposal Budget Form

_______         Copy of Letter of 501(c)(3) Status from the Internal Revenue Service

_______         Copy of Incorporation under the District of Columbia Nonprofit Incorporation Act

_______         Copy of D.C. Basic Business License Clean Hands Form, stamped by D.C. Office of Tax
                and Revenue

_______         One-page Organizational Chart

_______         Resumes of Key Staff identified in Proposal Narrative

_______         List of Board of Directors with terms and affiliations

_______         Letters of Commitment from Partner Organizations & Agencies

_______         Directory Listing
DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation                            OST Tennis RFP FY10
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