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Community Partnership Fund: Community Health

The Community Partnership Fund (CPF) is a competitive grant program for non-profits serving residents of Nashville-Davidson County. The fund 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 Community Partnership Fund budget for Fiscal Year 2020 is $1 million. Beginning in January 2019, Metro Public Health Department administers the Community Health funding grant program.

In addition to Community Health, Metro will offer grants in the following priority areas:

  • Domestic Violence (Family Safety)
  • Youth Violence (Juvenile Courts)
  • Financial Security (Social Services)
  • Literacy (Library)

Each department's priority area is allotted a total of $200,000 and administered by the appropriate Metro Department listed above.

Community Health Grant Request for Proposal (RFP) documents

Community Health Spending Plan Budget Forms

Health Equity Resources

Historic Documents

MPHD Community Partnership Fund Presentation Grant Application Workshop

MPHD Community Partnership Fund Presentation Grant Application Workshop Video