August 3, 2016
On August 3, 2016 both the Renewal and the New NOFA Applications for the 2016 NOFA competition in suburban Cook County were updated to address the omission of a Subtotal box and a Total box on the budget charts. The revised applications have been posted (look to the right) and include "Updated 8-3-2016" in their file names.
If you have previously started the Alliance Renewal Application, you do not need to start over; we will accept either version. For the Alliance New Project Application, please use the revised version.
The Alliance to End Homelessness in Suburban Cook County announced today that it has been selected, along with 66 other U.S. communities, to participate in Zero: 2016, a national campaign to end Veteran and chronic homelessness.
"The Alliance contracted with the Social IMPACT Research Center to facilitate a process throughout the latter half of 2013 to create an updated strategic plan to guide their work to end homelessness in the coming years. A Strategic Path Forward to Ending Homelessness is a culmination of this work."*