Funding, Grants and RFPs

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: Integrated HIV Programs to Support Ending the HIV Epidemic in Baltimore City

Applications Due: July 6, 2020, by 5:00 pm EST 
Letter of Intent Due: June 8th, 2020 by 5:00 pm EST

See full proposal: RFP- Ending the HIV EpidemicBudget Template, Frequently Asked Questions

Background: Baltimore City Health Department began facilitating the development of a Baltimore City Ending the HIV Epidemic Plan in 2019. Moving into 2020, this planning process is ongoing, utilizing community engagement, data, needs assessments, best practice review, and other methods to develop an EHE 2030 plan. The process is being led by an Ending the HIV Epidemic Working Group comprised of community representatives, as well as representatives from the existing Ryan White Planning Council and Baltimore City HIV Planning Group and Commission. 

The purpose of this RFP is to identify new and/or existing partners in Baltimore City who can contribute to the over-arching goal and outcomes as outlined in the Ending the HIV Epidemic plan. This RFP is an opportunity to support innovative and creative ways to expand access and improve the quality of preventive and care services into the existing HIV landscape. 

Private organizations with current not for profit status AND; operate/provide services in Baltimore City AND; have a documented history of sexual health and wellness services in the community AND; can provide evidence of ability to access priority populations and fulfill program requirements are encouraged to apply. 

It is strongly recommended that all organizations interested in applying for this RFP submit an electronic letter of intent notifying BCHD of its intent to submit a proposal by June 8th, 2020.

Letters should be signed by the organization’s designated authority/lead proposal contact and should be submitted by email to Adam Huebner, Baltimore City Health Department, Director of HIV, STI, and Hepatitis C Prevention, at [email protected]


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