Weekly Resource Round-up: Sep 28, 2021
This Week's Resources
As always, if you have something to share, contact SK Doyle, our Associate Director of Programs & Volunteers.
DUE THIS FRIDAY! Basic Human Needs Grant Applications
BHN grant applications are due this FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 at 5:00 pm!
BHN grants support parish-based human services programs that address the specific needs of diverse communities throughout the diocese. You can read more about the grant program and access the application here. Please feel free to reach out to Patrick or SK with any questions about your application!
THIS WEEK: COVID-19 Community Conversations (2 SI credits!)
This Thursday, September 30th from 3:30 to 5 pm, we're partnering with the Department of Mental Health and Hygiene to hold a Community Conversation about COVID-19 and Mental Health. Programs of all types can benefit from this discussion! You can register on our Sustainability Institute page here.
As a reminder, EC grantee programs are required to attend three (3) online or workshops. The above workshop count as 2 credits. Please note, SI credits are due at the same time as your grant application-- this is the final SI workshop before the BHN applications are due!
Consultant Corps is Back!
The ECNY Consultant Corps program matches volunteers with professional skills with programs in need of volunteers with experience and knowledge. We are excited to revamp the program this fall! You can read more about it on our website here.
If you're interested in working with a Consultant Corps Member at your program, we've added a proposal form to the website as well. Please feel free to reach out to me (SK) with any questions about how a CC Member might partner at your program.
Bulk Buy Application
Our Bulk Buy program aggregates demand to allow programs to order in-demand foods like fresh produce, proteins, and culturally relevant foods for free. To apply for this program, fill out the form here.
Job Posting: St. Ann's After-School Teachers
That's all for this week -- thanks for all you do!