COJ/HUD/Philanthropic Partnership Roundtable
The purpose of the COJ/HUD/Philanthropic Partnership Roundtable is to identify strategic partnerships and community initiatives and monitor their development to determine their readiness to successfully respond to national and international investment opportunities. Roundtable membership includes representatives from the health, cultural, housing, public safety, business, and industry sectors.
The public, private and philanthropic sectors provide valuable resources for nonprofit organizations including the fiscal, human and social capital necessary to address the challenges and opportunities faced by the communities they serve. Strengthening the connections between the federal, state and city government and philanthropy will transform the relationships between the sectors and lead to measurable benefits for low and moderate-income families.
COJ/HUD Public-Philanthropic Initiative Award:
In 2019, The City of Jacksonville, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development - Jacksonville Field Office, announced the inaugural COJ/HUD Public-Philanthropic Initiative Award. Click here to learn about and apply for the COJ/HUD Public-Philanthropic Initiative Award.