REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: Consultant to Assess Community Engagement & Benefits of Grant Program, “Advancing Nature-Based Adaptation Solutions in Marin County”
Led by the CA State Coastal Conservancy and the Marin Community Foundation
The California State Coastal Conservancy (SCC) is seeking qualifications of potential Consultants to assess the community engagement and benefits provided by a three-year grant program conducted by SCC in partnership with the Marin Community Foundation (MCF), “Advancing Nature-Based Adaptation Solutions in Marin County”. The Consultant will review the grant program processes and 13 projects, conduct interviews, summarize and report on findings, and conduct a workshop sharing session for the program’s grantees to support them in furthering community benefits in their work.
SCC is releasing this Request for Proposals to find a qualified California certified Small Business (SB) or Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE)* contractor to provide these services. Read the full RFP for more details and instructions for proposal submittal.
Proposal Deadline: Friday, August 6, 2021, at 5:00pm
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