To fulfill a prior-year pledge made to support the HIRE DC shared database system.
Category Impact Grants
To support matching and placing at least three business professionals on at least two Jovid grantee boards of directors.
$15,000 to support on-going maintenance of the shared database system, HIRE DC, and a $10,000 capstone grant to help support a full-time system administrator. $4,400 to support hiring a consultant who will guide HIRE DC partner organization to transition to a new phase of oversight and development.
To support at least one Jovid grantee’s participation in the On Board program which places qualified individuals on nonprofit boards.
To support for the Center Manager who will coordinate and oversee program efforts at the Skyland Workforce Center which is a co-location of workforce development service providers. The Foundation chose to make this unusually large grant because the effort involved the collaboration of six Jovid grantees.
To support for the 2014-2015 DC Catalogue.
To support consulting services provided to Jovid grantee organizations and to support one Jovid grantee to participate in the board matching program.
To support for the Center Manager who will coordinate and oversee program efforts at the Skyland Workforce Center which is a co-location of adult workforce-development service providers.
To support for the 2013-2014 DC Catalogue.
To support the Collective Impact Project which will develop a shared database to be used by DC workforce development agencies. The database will initially be used by three Jovid grantee organizations: Byte Back, Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington, and Southeast Ministry.
To support the purchase of a new database system
To support for the 2012-2013 DC Catalogue.
To support to redevelop and redesign the organization’s website.
To support a feasibility study of obtaining a new outcome tracking database. The feasibility study will investigate the type of database needed and also the likelihood of Byte Back’s ability to raise the necessary funds.
To support for the 2011-2012 DC Catalogue.
To support for a Micro Project which will provide one Jovid grantee organization with pro-bono consulting services.
To support to hire a consultant for a feasibility study to identify a software platform and associated costs for a shared client database. Project is a collaborative effort between Southeast Ministry, Byte Back, and Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington.
To support hiring a consultant to guide the organization’s transition to a new Executive Director and to provide board development and support during the transition.
To support for the 2010-2011 DC Catalogue.
To support for one Micro Project which will provide one Jovid grantee organization with pro-bono consulting services.
To support redevelop website and update organization’s technical infrastructure in preparation for a new online fundraising campaign.
To support for the purchase and installation of fundraising software.
To support for the purchase of DonorPerfect which will be used for donor cultivation and volunteer management.