Orange County is accepting requests for funding to health and human service nonprofit organizations that are located in the area.
The county made the announcement of the opening of the Citizens’ Review Panel (CRP) Fund Distribution Process this week through a press release. Applications for the program will be accepted through Monday, February 28.
According to the county, Forefront, LLC has published a final report outlining focus areas for targeted services of Juvenile Prevention/Diversion, Mental and Physical Health, Early Childhood Education/Care and Child/Student Homelessness. The report recommended that programming to address the identified focus areas, be primarily targeted in nine (9) zip codes in Orange County: 32703, 32801, 32805, 32808, 32810, 32811, 32818, 32822, and 32839. Find the full report here.
The Citizens’ Review Panel for Human Services Advisory Board (CRP) will accept and evaluate funding proposals from 501(c)(3) health and human services organizations offering services, for at least one (1) year. The CRP will then make funding recommendations to the Orange County Board of County Commissioners. This funding allows nonprofit organizations to provide vital services to children, youth and their families in Orange County.