By: Ali Saperstein, Regional Affordable Housing Specialist
The Table will represent the people most negatively affected by the regional housing crisis—including cost-burdened Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities. Engaging and partnering with the Table is a key opportunity for Committee members to ensure that voices who have historically been excluded have a means to inform and shape efforts to eliminate housing cost burden among low-income households in King County.
Qualified consulting teams will have experience in successfully working within existing governmental structures while advocating for equity-based changes and expertise in leading movement-building, capacity-building, or collaborative organizing projects with BIPOC-led community-based organizations.
For More Info:
Additional information, including the full list of requirements and instructions are posted here: https://www.zoomgrants.com/zgf/CommunityPartnersTable
Qualified teams should submit a proposal before the April 6 deadline. Questions about the RFP may be submitted by March 12.
Image Credit: King County Housing Authority / William Wright Photography