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CA – Local Aging & Disability Action Planning (LADAP) Grant – Due 10/2/23

Opportunity Title:

Local Aging & Disability Action Planning (LADAP) Grant Program – Round 2

Funder/Agency:


Description:

The grant purpose is to provide funding to communities across the state to plan and develop their own, cross-sector local age- and disability-friendly plans.


Under the grant program, CDA will support local communities in planning and creating their own age and disability-friendly action plans. The local plans developed under this grant program aim to improve a community’s livability and address the current, emerging, and future needs of California’s older adults, people with disabilities, caregivers, and families through cross-sector collaboration and transformational systems change.


The purpose is to provide funding to communities across the state to plan and develop their own, cross-sector local age- and disability-friendly plans that: 1) transform the infrastructure and coordination of services and supports for older adults, people with disabilities, caregivers, and families; 2) Elevate the strengths and voices of community members who are aging and/or living with a disability; 3) Expand culturally relevant and accessible services and opportunities to older adults, people with disabilities, caregivers, and families; 4) Address health and other inequities that can become cumulative with age; and 5) Combat racism, ageism, ableism, and biases in aging and disability systems of care. The grant program goals align with California’s Master Plan for Aging (MPA).

Eligibility:

  • Nonprofit

  • Public Agency

  • Tribal Government


California-based agencies and organizations that represent and serve a defined community. Under the RFA, community is defined as a city, a group of cities, a county, a group of counties, or Tribal land(s). Applicants may submit proposals as a single organization or on behalf of a consortium of organizations. Applicant may be community-based non-profits and established coalitions that are classified as 501(c)(3) tax exempt under the IRS Code.

Award Details:

Total Amount Available:

$1,100,000


Maximum Award:

$200,000


Minimum Award:

$75,000

Deadline:

October 2, 2023


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