The HHS grants forecasting page was recently updated to include 15 additional forecasts of grant funding.  There are 7 Head Start, 3 Early Head Start and 5 Migrant and Seasonal entries. 

Today, we’ve arranged the new forecasts by location (except Migrant and Seasonal) and also added them to the last batch – released on 1/5/12 and reorganized (by location) here on 1/10/12. 

The government database is solid, of course, and we really appreciate the fact that the information is there for all of us but it is cumbersome.  Intuitively, we think about this by location – rather than by CFDA code.  Maybe you are like us?  We hope you find it useful. 

Tip: we find that the most efficient way to work is to reset the ‘Show Records’ field from the default 10 to 100.  Then, sort by “Last Updated” date.  The two big chunks of Head Start related grants were ‘last updated’ on 1/5/12 and 2/13/12.  Please note, every time you clink on the details of any of the ‘titles’, you’ll need to resort if you want to look at another.  Cumbersome, hmmm?

Arkansas

Additional forecasted funding opportunities in Arkansas, released on 2-13-12:

Previously, the funding opportunities for Arkansas, released on 1-5-12:

This is important because on 12-19-11, the following grantees were notified of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Arkansas Human Development Corporation
  • Child Development, Inc.
  • Community Action Program for Central Arkansas
  • Southwest Arkansas Development Council, Inc.

California

Additional forecasted funding opportunities in California, released on 2-13-12:

Previously, the funding opportunities for California, released on 1-5-12:

This is important because on 12-19-11, the following grantees were notified of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Contra Costa County
  • E. Center
  • Institute for Human and Social Development
  • Los Angeles County Office of Education

Michigan

Additional forecasted funding opportunities in Michigan, released on 2-13-12:

Previously, the funding opportunities for Michigan, released on 1-5-12:

This is important because on 12-19-11, the following grantees were notified of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Catholic Charities of Monroe County
  • City of Detroit
  • Community Action Agency of South Central  Michigan
  • Genesee County Community Action Resource Department
  • Kalamazoo County Heath and Community Service

Minnesota

Additional forecasted funding opportunities in Minnesota, released on 2-13-12:

Previously, the funding opportunities for Minnesota, released on 1-5-12:

This is important because on 12-19-11, the following grantees were notified of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Tri-Valley Opportunity Council, Inc.
  • Upper Midwest American Indian Center
  • Wright County Community Action, Inc.

New York

Additional forecasted funding opportunities in New York, released on 2-13-12:

Previously, the funding opportunities for New York, released on 1-5-12:

This is important because on 12-19-11, the following grantees were notified of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Albany Community Action Partnership, Inc.
  • Association to Benefit Children
  • Community Action of Orleans and Genesse, Inc.
  • Kiryas Joel Municipal Local Development
  • New York City Administration for Children’s Services
  • Phipps Community Development Corporation
  • Pro Action of Steuban and Yates, Inc.
  • The Little Angels Head Start Program
  • Tremont Crotona Day Care Center

Pennsylvania

Additional forecasted funding opportunities in Pennsylvania, released on 2-13-12:

Previously, the funding opportunities for Pennsylvania, released on 1-5-12:

This is important because on 12-19-11, the following grantees were notified of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Berks Community Action Program, Inc.
  • Child Advocates of Blair County, Inc.
  • Community Action Program of Lancaster County
  • Community Progress Council, Inc.
  • Jefferson Clarion Head Start, Inc.
  • School District of Pittsburgh

Puerto Rico

Additional forecasted funding opportunities in Puerto Rico, released on 2-13-12:

Previously, the funding opportunities for Puerto Rico, released on 1-5-12:

This is important because on 12-19-11, the following grantees were notified of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Mayaguez Municipality Head Start Program

Various Locations – Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Grantees

These forecasted funding opportunities were released on 2-13-12:

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If your agency has activated a ‘trigger’ and is facing recompetition – you might want or need guidance. In most cases, we can help you get through this critical period and, if we can’t, we’ll certainly help you find the support you need. 703-299-6570 or augenblick@foundationsforfamilies.com.

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