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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.
 
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2020 Census
The City of Jacksonville was recognized in the U.S. Census Bureau's Best Practices Showcase Newsletter in January 2021 for it's efforts during the 2020 Census. Click here to learn more about the impact of the City's 2020 Census Campaign. 

COJ & HUD Initiative Award
The City of Jacksonville, in partnership with the Jacksonville HUD Field Office, is proud to announce the inaugural COJ/HUD Public-Philanthropic Initiative Award. Click here to learn about the award.

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February 05, 2020
The City of Jacksonville's Neighborhoods Department is now accepting applications for the 2020 Neighborhood Awards Competition. The theme of this year's award is "Make it a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood." The program is designed to recognize the efforts of organized and registered neighborhood groups in the City of Jacksonville that have excelled in areas of clean-ups and other projects and activities that benefit the community or physically improve Jacksonville's neighborhoods. In addition, the first Regulatory Officer of the Year Award will be given to an individual that has exceeded customer expectations to serve the community in an official or volunteer capacity. All nominations must be received or postmarked by March 6, 2020. 
December 26, 2019
The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville is launching a new initiative under the Cultural Service Grant Program (CSGP).  Applications are now being sought from eligible Duval County arts and cultural organizations for arts and cultural programs/projects.  Preference will be given to those that provide outreach to underserved communities and/or utilize Duval County artists and cultural providers.  (Underserved communities refer to residents who lack access to arts and culture due to geography, economic condition, ethnic background, or disability.) The deadline to submit program grant applications is Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020.  Applications must be submitted online.  To access the grant application, visit the Cultural Council’s website (click here)
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