STLCF Hosts Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Bidders’ Conference
Several nonprofit professionals joined the St. Louis Community Foundation (STLCF) on Tuesday, February 26 for the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Bidders’ Conference to gain more information about the funding guidelines for the Bridgeton Landfill Community Project Fund (Bridgeton Fund).
The Bridgeton Fund was established in July 2018 with $12.5 million from a legal settlement between the State of Missouri and Republic Services, Allied Services, and Bridgeton Landfill, LLC. Per the terms of the settlement the fund can support nonprofit (501c3) organizations working or located within a four-mile radius of the Bridgeton Landfill. Grants from the fund can support initiatives that contribute to the betterment of the environment, health, and safety of the communities within that area.
STLCF manages the grant-making for the Bridgeton Fund and released a request for proposals in early 2019 to the public that outlined guidelines for potential grant seekers including funding priorities, deadlines and review criteria.
At the Bidders’ Conference, a number of attendees requested that the Foundation share the organizations and contact names of those who might be interested in collaborating on a Bridgeton Landfill Community Fund grant application. Organizations and contact names are listed below:
|Arlington UMC||Barbara Phifer|
|Behavioral Health Network||Mary Quandt|
|Boys and Girls Club of St. Charles County||Rick Daleen & Karen Englert|
|CHADS Coalition||Ben Chambers|
|Chestnut Health Systems||Michael Kretzler|
|Family Forward||Karen Grant|
|Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition||Natasha Leonard|
|Legal Services of Eastern Missouri||Maggie Probert & Dan Underwood|
|Mental Health America of Eastern Missouri||Jennifer V Howard|
|NCADA||Max Dieter & Nichole Dawsey|
|Pattonville School District||Teisha Ashford & Tina Plummer|
|Preferred Family Healthcare||Beth Sailors|
|Saint Louis Crisis Nursery||Laura Coatney|
|St. Louis Children’s Hospital Foundation||Flip Becker|
|The Salvation Army||Sarah MacDougal|
|UMSL Center for Behavioral Health||Greg Dahl|
|Youth in Need||Cara Merritt & Rob Muschany|
If you are interested in partnering with other nonprofit organizations on a project or program, please reach out to one of those listed. If you would like to include your organization on the list of potential collaborators, please send an email to email@example.com.
To access the slides from the Bidder’s Conference, click here.
For more information about the grant process, including funding restrictions click here.
Click here to apply for a grant from the Bridgeton Landfill Community Project Fund.
For Frequently Asked Questions about the Bridgeton Fund click here.