For the eighth year in a row, over 10 public and private organizations will work together to support high-quality summer programs that serve youth from families with low incomes in Baltimore City. The application period runs from today, November 1, to Friday, December 3, 2021. This year, more than $5 million is available in funding for summer programs. $2 million are reserved specifically for Black, Indigenous, and Person of Color-led organizations and for organizations primarily serving older youth.
Does this sound like a good fit for your summer program? Learn more about the application requirements and apply for funding at bmoresfc.org
Application Info Sessions
Potential applicants are encouraged to attend an optional virtual info session to ask questions about the application and its requirements: bmoresfc.org for more details.
Apply to Become an SFC PD/TA Provider
In fall 2021, the Baltimore Summer Funding Collaborative (SFC) is excited to offer a robust menu of meaningful professional development (PD) and technical assistance (TA) opportunities for youth-serving organizations that may be applying for the SFC 2022 funding cycle. The SFC is seeking qualified providers to facilitate professional development presentations and/or application technical assistance on the topics identified in the full 2022 Technical Assistance/Professional Development Request.
If you have relevant expertise in grantwriting and/or program design that you would like to share with potential SFC applicants this fall, please complete this short application form. We will be receiving submissions on a rolling basis until November 12th for these paid opportunities.
Baltimore Summer Enrichment Directory
In 2016, Baltimore Summer Funding Collaborative applicants expressed interest in building partnerships with other enrichment organizations and service providers in advance of the RFP release so that they are better prepared to submit applications for funding.
To this end, the Summer Funding Collaborative assembles and maintains the Baltimore Summer Enrichment Directory: a directory of organizations seeking and/or offering specific kinds of partnership, contractors, professional development, technical assistance. This directory is linked as an additional resource related to the Summer Funding Collaborative RFP. View the directory by clicking here.
If you would like to be included in the Directory, or update information from previous years, you are invited to (re)submit your information here.
The Baltimore Summer Funding Collaborative is a partnership between public, private and nonprofit organizations that supports high-quality summer programs that serve youth from low-income families in Baltimore City.