Request for Proposals
Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc. (RurAL CAP) Head Start program is requesting proposals from qualified licensed general contractors to inspect the Ketchikan Head Start Center roof and provide an estimate to repair it.
Bids must be received at [email protected] prior to 4:00 p.m. (Alaska Standard Time) on February 29, 2024.
All questions regarding this bid request must be emailed prior to February 27, 2024 at 4PM (Alaska
Standard Time). Responses to questions will be sent to all parties who have received bid packages, proposals and who have registered their email address. Send questions to Lynette Cooper, Head Start Operations Manager at [email protected]
Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc. (RurAL CAP) Division of Early Childhood Education is requesting proposals from qualified licensed commercial appraisal companies to conduct building and land appraisals in 20 communities throughout Alaska.
Bids must be received at [email protected] prior to 4:00 p.m. (Alaska Standard Time) on February 20, 2024.
All bids must include the reference, “RurAL CAP: Telecom Engineering Services RFP,” and addressed to: Darrel Behymer, CPP. Bids received after the deadline specified above will be not be accepted.
All questions regarding this bid request must be emailed prior to February 15, 2024 at 4PM (Alaska
Standard Time). Responses to questions will be sent to all parties who have received bid packages, proposals and who have registered their email address. To register your email, email [email protected].
The Forest Service has awarded funds to the Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc. (RurAL CAP) to sub-award grants of $40,000-$60,000 to eight to ten Climate and Economic Justice Screening Tool (CEJST)-designated disadvantaged Alaska communities. For additional eligibility guidelines, please refer to the RFP.
The purpose of this funding is establishing and maintaining community orchards and food forests. RurAL CAP’s Growing Rural Opportunities for Wellness (GROW) Program requests proposals for the GROW-OFF (Orchards and Food Forests) Grant Program from eligible applicants to plant and maintain community orchards or food forests in their communities. GROW-OFF aims to enhance food security, foster community engagement, create economic opportunities, and promote community wellness and environmental sustainability.
The purpose of the Youth Development and Culture Grant Program is to reduce the disproportionate number of minority youth who come into contact with the juvenile justice system. The Division of Juvenile Justice recognizes the need to collaborate and team with agencies that have the cultural knowledge, community connections and expertise to enhance and strengthen its work with Alaska Native youth, families and communities. The Youth Development and Culture Grant Program targets both a reduction in the disproportionate contact Alaska Native youth have with the juvenile justice system in Alaska, and an increase in the ability of the Alaska Native communities ultimately funded through this program to better develop and manage DHSS grant programs.
RurAL CAP requests proposals for community projects that are innovative and implement either culture activities/camps or youth leadership development.
RurAL CAP anticipates funding 8-12 projects of up to $16,000 per year, with no match required.
Project Timeline: May 31, 2024
The current grant application cycle is closed. Funds from the state will be awarded to RurAL CAP in July. We will review applications and contact applicants when funds become available to sub-award.