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FY 2019 Metro Community Partnership Fund

Request for Proposals - Community Partnership Fund Grant Opportunity - Community Health

The Community Partnership Fund (CPF) is a competitive grant program for non-profits serving residents of Nashville-Davidson County. CPF is a vehicle for delivering services to the community not provided by Metro Nashville Government, as well as services that enhance existing Metro programs.

The total recommended CPF budget for FY 2019 is $1 million. In FY 2019, CPF will focus on the following priority areas: community health, domestic violence, youth violence, financial security and literacy. Each priority area is allotted $200,000 and administered by the appropriate Metro Department. Beginning in January 2018, Metro Public Health Department administers the Community Health funding.

Frequently Asked Questions

CPF Community Health Grant Application Workshop slides (PowerPoint)

CPF Community Health Grant Application Workshop slides (PDF)

CPF Community Health Grant Application Workshop video

Download Request for Proposal (RFP) documents

Community Partnership Fund: Request for Proposals - Community Health

Community Partnership Grant: Community Health Proposal Template

Community Partnership Fund: Community Health Spending Plan Budget Forms

Spending Plan Budget Form

Spending Plan Budget Narrative Form

Health Equity Resources

Working Definition of Health Equity

Health Equity Recommendations Report