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Boone Impact Group Taxonomy of Services

The Boone Impact Group Taxonomy of Servicesopens in a new window was created by Boone County Community Services Department, City of Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services, City of Columbia Community Development Department, and Heart of Missouri United Way.

The taxonomy provides service categories that identify the type of services provided to individuals living in Boone County. The purpose of the taxonomy is to have a universal language for services being provided among organizations receiving funding from the sources mentioned previously. Funding proposals will require using the taxonomy of services to identify what services will be provided. The programs will be individualized within proposal narratives, proposed outcomes, indicators, and method of measurements.

 Boone Indicators Dashboard

The Boone Indicators Dashboard (BID) is a collaboration effort between BIG, data experts, and the University of Missouri Office of Social and Economic Data Analysis (OSEDA). OSEDA has been contracted to collect the most reliable data sources regarding populations and issues of Boone County residents. The purpose of the BID project is to provide visualized information tools -community indicators- to be easily accessed by diverse community stakeholders who currently require higher data capacity to more effectively inform and align community planning, resource investment, and performance management and monitoring.

BID views this work to be a foundational building block that will establish core capacities for collective impact. Emergent collective impact process evaluations show that every backbone function necessary to drive progress hinges on the partners’ ability to use data to develop a common agenda, inform and scale up strategy alignment, and to leverage sustainable investments.

Click here to visit the BID websiteopens in a new window.

Apricot

Boone Impact Group partners utilize a web-based funding management system, Apricot by Social Solutions, through which proposals for community-based funding must be submitted. These instructions opens in a new windoware intended to assist organizations in submitting proposals in response to Requests for Proposals (RFPs) issued by the County, City, and Heart of Missouri United Way. Please refer to RFP attachments for more specific instructions.

Click here to access Apricotopens in a new window.


Boone County Community Services Department Documents

Children’s Services Fund-

Current RFP Documents- No open RFPs at this time

Strategic Innovation Opportunities Fundopens in a new window The Strategic Innovation Opportunities Fund may be utilized to improve expertise, pilot innovative programs or as match funds to secure funding from other payer sources. Funds are available for any new or different method, situation, or opportunity that could not have been anticipated, is consistent with, and furthers the Boone County Children’s Services Board’s mission and priorities.

Emergency Funds Requestopens in a new windowThe County of Boone recognizes there are situations that constitute emergencies, which, if not addressed, could have an adverse impact on Boone County’s health and well-being. The goal of Emergency Funding is to assist organizations in their efforts to mitigate an adverse impact on Boone County’s health and well-being due to emergency community health needs.

Community Health Fund-

Current RFP Documents- No open RFPs at this time

Strategic Opportunitiesopens in a new window– The Strategic Opportunities Fund may be utilized to improve expertise, pilot innovative programs or as match funds to secure funding from other payer sources. Funds are available for any new or different method, situation, or opportunity that could not have been anticipated, is consistent with, and addresses community health needs, as determined by the Boone County Commission.

Contingency Fundopens in a new window– Applications for emergency funding requests will be accepted to assist organizations in their efforts to mitigate an adverse impact on Boone County’s health and well-being due to emergency community health needs.

Domestic Violence Fund

The County of Boone is currently not accepting proposals. 2017 services are already contracted. Please, check back for funding availability at a later date.


Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services

City of Columbia Funding for Community-Based Projects and Servicesopens in a new window– provides information on City of Columbia funding types for community-based projects and services.

On August 1, 2017, the City of Columbia (City) issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking proposals from organizations to contract with the City in FY2018 to provide social services to address issues related to Children, Youth, and Families. There are no RFPs open at this time.

For more information, go to the Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services websiteopens in a new window.

Social Services Funding Policyopens in a new window– provides detailed information regarding the City’s social services funding.


Heart of Missouri United Way

Partner Agency Certifications Renewal and New Certifications Applicant Guidelines and Checklistopens in a new window– provides a list of guidelines and materials needed for new Partner Agency Certification or renewal.

Heart of Missouri United Way – 2017 Partner Agency Certification Renewalopens in a new window– An agreement form issued to organizations by HMUW following completion and approval of the Partner Agency Certification Renewal and New Certification Applicant Guidelines and Checklist.

Heart of Missouri United Way – 2017-2018 Strategic Investment Agreementopens in a new window– Copy of the 2017-2018 Strategic Investment Agreement for agencies contracted in the 2017-2018 Funding Cycle (July 1, 2017-June 30, 2018).