Grant Writing & Review Services
These services are provided to organizations that either intend to establish new farmworker health programs or to community/migrant health centers that want to expand their existing migrant health programs. To assist these organizations, NCFH offers the following services:
- Assessing community needs: NCFH staff meets with interested organizations to determine the scope of the project, what types of information should be collected, and the appropriate data collection method. NCFH then creates or adapts data collection tools, trains data collectors, completes data collection, analyzes data, and writes reports.
- Designing Service Delivery Models to Serve Farmworkers: NCFH provides consultation to interested parties and helps them conceptualize and implement the ideal service delivery plan to serve their target population.
- Developing and Reviewing Grant Proposals: NCFH helps organizations develop their grant applications. This service offers identification of funding sources, understanding the concept of the request for proposal, matching RFPs to program needs, and formation of the grant writing team. We will work with the team to conceptualize the desired program and in the development of the grant proposal. Once proposals are complete, NCFH staff review the proposals and provide improvement recommendations before the proposal is submitted to the funding source.
For more information, please contact Alicia Gonzales by email or by phone at 512.312.2700.