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As an outcome of the recommendations by the Mayor’s Transition subcommittee on City/Not-for-Profit Interface team, Mayor Curry created the Office of Strategic Partnerships and dedicated a Director position in his office with the vision of aligning the public, private and philanthropic sectors around common goals. The Mayor recognizes the importance of the philanthropic and nonprofit sector in a vibrant community, and he understands that a strong, civic-minded community values strategically collaborating to create impact. With increasing community needs and stretched resources, it is critical that communities effectively leverage the human, fiscal, social, and political capital of municipalities.
 
Click here to learn more about the Office of Strategic Partnerships and important initiatives.
 

Kids Hope Alliance (KHA) Survey
In partnership with the Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida & NLP Logix, KHA is conducting a survey and listening sessions to gather input about the needs of children in our community. Click here to participate.
 

COJ & HUD Initiative Awardees
Jacksonville is proud to honor three local partnerships that have made significant impact in our community. Click here to learn about the 2021 Awardees and their initiatives.

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Image for news article,Partnership to Advance Youth Apprenticeship Grant Application
February 06, 2019
Expanding youth apprenticeship is a strategy for building a more inclusive economy by connecting the learning needs of students with the talent needs of industry. Leaders from industry, education, and government in cities, states, and regions across the country are well-positioned to build public-private partnerships to scale youth apprenticeship opportunities across industry sectors, including advanced manufacturing, finance and professional services, healthcare, information technology, and more.

To support these efforts of leaders in cities, states, and regions across the country, the Partnership to Advance Youth Apprenticeship (PAYA) is accepting applicants for the PAYA Grant Initiative.   Deadline to apply is March 8, 2019 11:59 p.m.
Image for news article,2019-2020 Cultural Service Grant Program
January 28, 2019
Duval County arts and cultural organizations interested in applying to the 2019-2020 Cultural Service Grant Program should submit a Letter of Intent form to the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville by the Tuesday, March 5, 2019 deadline.  New applicants to the Cultural Service Grant Program may access the Letter of Intent form through the Cultural Council website
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