Like you, we appreciate the government’s effort to make the 1307 redesignation process as transparent as possible.  We also appreciate that websites and databases are not always easy to present in the most intuitive way.

Recently, we listed the 132 grantees who had received notification that they would need to recompete. Now we’ve taken the information from the HHS grants forecasting page and organized it a more user-friendly way: by state.

Below you’ll find the original list (by state) and then just below the grantees, the links to the forecasted grant funding opportunities.  For us, this is an easier way to make connections.  Please let us know what you think and how you are keeping track.

Alabama
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Community Action Agency of Huntsville-Madison
  • Elmore Community Action Committee
  • Mobile Community Action, Inc.
  • Phenix City Board of Education
  • Talladega Clay Randolph Coosa Child Care Programs

Forecasted funding opportunities in Alabama, as of 1-5-2012:

Arkansas
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 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.

Forecasted funding opportunities in Arkansas, as of 1-5-2012:

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

California
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 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

Forecasted funding opportunities in California, as of 1-5-2012:

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

Colorado
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Monte Vista Community Center
  • Upper Arkansas Area Council of Governments

Forecasted funding opportunities in Colorado, as of 1-5-2012:

Connecticut
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • New Haven Public Schools
  • Norwalk Economic Opportunity Now, Inc.

Forecasted funding opportunities in Connecticut, as of 1-5-2012:

District of Columbia
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Edward C. Mazique Parent Child Center, Inc.
  • United Planning Organization

Forecasted funding opportunities in he District of Columbia, as of 1-5-2012:

Florida
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Dunbar Center, Inc.
  • Early Education and Care, Inc.
  • Okaloosa County Comprehensive Head Start Child Development, Inc.

Forecasted funding opportunities in Florida, as of 1-5-2012:

Georgia
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Baldwin County Board of Education
  • Tallatoona Economic Opportunity

Forecasted funding opportunities in Georgia, as of 1-5-2012:

Illinois
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  •  Community Services, Inc.
  • City of Rockford Human Services Department
  • Decatur-Macon County Opportunities Corporation
  • Lake County Family YMCA
  • Northwestern Illinois Community Action Agency, Inc.
  • Peoria Citizens Committee for Economic Opportunity, Inc.
  • Southern Seven Health Department

Forecasted funding opportunities in Illinois, as of 1-5-2012:

Indiana
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Bauer Family Resources
  • Community Action of East Central Indiana, Inc.
  • Community Action of Southern Indiana
  • Community Action Program of Western Indiana

Forecasted funding opportunities in Indiana, as of 1-5-2012:

Iowa
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • New Opportunities, Inc.
  • South Central Iowa Community Action Program, Inc.

Forecasted funding opportunities in Iowa, as of 1-5-2012:

Kansas
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Clay County Child Care Center
  • Head Start of Shawnee Mission, Inc.

Forecasted funding opportunities in Kansas, as of 1-5-2012:

Kentucky
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Lincoln County Board of Education

Forecasted funding opportunities in Kentucky, as of 1-5-2012:

Louisiana
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  •  Community Action Committee, Inc.
  • Lincoln Total Community Action Committee
  • Natchitoches Parish Police Jury
  • St. Mary Community Action Agency

Forecasted funding opportunities in Louisiana, as of 1-5-2012:

Maryland
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Family Services Agency, Inc.
  • Mayor and City Council of Baltimore City
  • Southern Maryland Tri-County Community

Forecasted funding opportunities in Maryland, as of 1-5-2012:

Massachusetts
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Community Action of Franklin, Hampshire, and North Quabbin
  • Tri-City Community Action Program, Inc.

Forecasted funding opportunities in Massachusetts, as of 1-5-2012:

Michigan
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 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 Health and Community Services

Forecasted funding opportunities in Michigan, as of 1-5-2012:

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

Minnesota
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

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

Forecasted funding opportunities in Minnesota, as of 1-5-2012:

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

Mississippi
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Singing River Educational Association, Inc.
  • Sunflower/Humphreys Counties Progress, Inc.
  • United Community Action Committee Head Start

Forecasted funding opportunities in Mississippi, as of 1-5-2012:

Missouri
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Mid-American Regional Council

Forecasted funding opportunities in Missouri, as of 1-5-2012:

Montana
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • District IX Human Resource Development

Forecasted funding opportunities in Montana, as of 1-5-2012:

New Jersey
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Atlantic Human Resources, Inc.
  • Concerned Parents for Head Start
  • Jersey City Child Development Centers, Inc.
  • Tri-County Community Action Agency, Inc.

Forecasted funding opportunities in New Jersey, as of 1-5-2012:

New York
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

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

Forecasted funding opportunities in New York, as of 1-5-2012:

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

North Carolina
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Johnston-Lee Harnett Community Action, Inc.
  • New Hanover County Community Action, Inc.

Forecasted funding opportunities in North Carolina, as of 1-5-2012:

North Dakota
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Southeastern North Dakota Community Action Agency

Forecasted funding opportunities in North Dakota, as of 1-5-2012:

Ohio
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Ashtabula County Community Action Agency
  • Child Development Council of Franklin County, Inc.
  • Columbus Urban League
  • Community Action Commission of Fayette County, Inc.
  • Community Action Partnership
  • Council for Economic Opportunities
  • Council on Rural Service Programs, Inc.
  • Crossroads Lake County Adolescent Counseling Services
  • Economic Opportunity Planning Association
  • Miami Valley Child Development Centers

Forecasted funding opportunities in Ohio, as of 1-5-2012:

Oklahoma
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Community Action Resource and Development, Inc.
  • Crossroads Youth and Family Services, Inc.
  • University of Oklahoma Early Head Start Program

Forecasted funding opportunities in Oklahoma, as of 1-5-2012:

Oregon
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Clackamas County Children’s Commission, Inc.
  • Head Start of Yamhill County

Forecasted funding opportunities in Oregon, as of 1-5-2012:

Pennsylvania
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 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

Forecasted funding opportunities in Pennsylvania, as of 1-5-2012:

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

Puerto Rico
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Mayaguez Municipality Head Start Program

Forecasted funding opportunities in Puerto Rico, as of 1-5-2012:

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

South Carolina
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Chesterfield and Marlboro Counties Economic Opportunity Council, Inc.

Forecasted funding opportunities in South Carolina, as of 1-5-2012:

Tennessee
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Highland Rim Economic Corporation
  • South Central Human Resource Agency

Forecasted funding opportunities in Tennessee, as of 1-5-2012:

Texas
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • City of San Antonio
  • Economic Opportunities Development Corporation of Atascosa
  • Hays, Caldwell, and Blanco Counties Community
  • Hitchcock Independent School District
  • Neighborhood Centers, Inc.

Forecasted funding opportunities in Texas, as of 1-5-2012:

Utah
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Centro de la Familia de Utah

No forecasted funding opportunities in Utah, as of 1-5-2012.

Virginia
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Augusta County Public Schools
  • East Coast Migrant Head Start Project
  • Fauquier Community Action Committee, Inc.
  • H.O.P.E. Community Services, Inc.
  • Monticello Area Community Action Agency
  • Mountain Community Action Program, Inc.
  • Northern Virginia Family Service
  • Orange County Board of Education
  • Richmond City Public School District
  • The Improvement Association
  • Tri-County Virginia Opportunities

Forecasted funding opportunities in Virginia, as of 1-5-2012:

Virgin Islands
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Department of Human Services (V.I.)

Forecasted funding opportunities in the Virgin Islands, as of 1-5-2012:

Washington
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • First A.M.E. Child Development Center
  • Opportunity Council
  • United Indians of All Tribes Foundation

Forecasted funding opportunities in Washington, as of 1-5-2012:

West Virginia
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Nicholas County Community Action Association, Inc.
  • Kanawha County Board of Education

Forecasted funding opportunities in West Virginia, as of 1-5-2012:

Wisconsin
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Community Relations Social Development Commission, Inc.
  • Milwaukee Public Schools
  • Western Dairyland Economic Opportunity Council, Inc.

Forecasted funding opportunities in Wisconsin, as of 1-5-2012:

Wyoming
Grantees notifies on 12-19-11 of their need to recompete for their grants:

  • Community Action of Laramie County, Inc. Inc.

Forecasted funding opportunities in Wyoming, as of 1-5-2012:

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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