Submit your proposal through the online application. The SFC will not accept e-mailed or mailed proposals will not be accepted. The deadline for the online application will be announced in early November.
Online Application as a PDF
Use this resourceas a reference to plan your application. Do not use this form to submit your application.
Use this document to help you understand how the SFC categorizes summer programs and reviews them for funding.
SMART Goals Tip Sheet
This tip sheetwill help you as you write the Program Narrative section of the application.
Required budget template
You must use this templatefor your budget. The SFC will not consider your application if you do not include your budget or use another template for your budget.
How the SFC Makes Grant Decisions
Review the flowchartto understand each step of the grant decision-making process.
Questions and Answers (Q&A) Document
All questions asked at the info sessions or submitted via e-mail before December 4, 2020 at 12:00 pm are answered in this document.
RFP Info Session Presentation
info session video replay
Click here to watch a video replay of this year's information session and Q&A section.
PDF OF POWERPOINT PRESENTATION
Click here to view the PowerPoint presentation from this year's info sessions.
Review this handy one pager before you submit your application to make sure you have completed all of the steps.
This directory serves as a reference for organizations seeking and/or offering specific kinds of partnership, professional development, and technical assistance. If you would like to be included in this directory, click here.
BCHD offers a free meal service to any non-profit organization, church, day camp, community group, or city agency that serves children and youth in Baltimore City. Visit the BCHD website to apply to be a Summer Food Service Program site.
Click here to view current professional development opportunities for summer program providers. This list will be updated throughout the spring and summer.
If you have a PD opportunity that you would like to share, please email shoshana (at) baltimorespromise.org.
Voices of Carmen: free performance
Dance & Bmore is offering a free virtual performance of Voices of Carmen to local organizations serving youth in July 2021 to summer program providers that did NOT receive SFC funding in 2021.
VOICES OF CARMEN VOC is a Musical adaptation of the opera Carmen set in a High School. The show brings a contemporary spin to an iconic story that's filled with fresh yet familiar renditions from the opera, plus a dozen original songs, from Pop to Rap and R&B. This vibrantly staged and choreographed piece examines escalating conflict among youth with interactive discussions. The production utilizes community dialogue to bring awareness to emotional health and resources to address conflict resolution. VOC partners with Restorative Response Baltimore to provide resources to students and adults on interventions and supports to de-escalate conflicts. For more about the show, visit Danceandbmore.com or the Voices of Carmen Youtube Channel.
If this program (for youth 14 yrs and older) is a good fit for your organization, please contact Lauren Erazo at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a date in July for your virtual performance.