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City of Sacramento Youth Development Plan Funding (SYDPF) Request for Proposals (RFP)

The City of Sacramento is pleased to solicit proposals that provide programs and services to children and youth in Sacramento, particularly the most vulnerable, that advance the Citywide Youth Development Plan (“Plan”) and reflect funding strategies that were informed by community stakeholders and outlined in the Funding Strategies section of the City of Sacramento Youth Development Plan Funding (SYDPF) Request for Proposals (RFP).

The City advises interested applicants to review the SYDPF RFP in full which includes all information necessary to prepare the application before beginning the application submission process. Potential applicants should also review the Citywide Youth Development Plan (accessible below) prior to submission.

The City is exclusively using Screendoor to accept SYDPF-RFP application submissions. Respondents may access the submission portal HERE.

Applicants must submit proposals electronically via Screendoor, by 5 p.m. on April 12, 2021. The City will not consider proposals received after this due date or submitted via a different method

For more information about this RFP, please check out this City Express Blog.


CITY OF SACRAMENTO CITYWIDE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PLAN

Adopted unanimously by Sacramento City Council, the Citywide Youth Development Plan & Framework for Children and Youth Services (“Plan”) is intended to guide the City in the design, operations, and evaluation of its children and youth investments. The City’s vision is that all Sacramento youth are valued and reach their fullest potential.

The Plan lays out a set of goals that the City will strive to achieve through its own programs and through strategic partnerships. The Plan provides that all City-operated and City-funded programs will be aligned under this unified vision and youth development framework. The City will undertake a concerted effort to increase the quality of children and youth programs it provides and funds to have a greater impact on the future success of program participants in school, career, and life. Additionally, the City is acutely aware of the need to deploy resources in low-income communities and will work to incorporate a set of social justice principles as part of this Plan.

City of Sacramento Citywide Youth Development Plan & Framework for Children & Youth Programs-pageCity of Sacramento Citywide Youth Development Plan & Framework for Children & Youth Programs-page

For more information about Citywide Youth Development Policy, email youthdevelopment@cityofsacramento.org.