Committee for Low-Income, Underprivileged, and Minority Populations (CLUMP): is an executive Committee that is directly responsible for handling and executing all aspects of the Renee Emery Wolfe Memorial Grant and the Family Connection Grant. The Committee is appointed by the Client Coordination Director and may be composed of not less than three (3) committee members, which in addition to the Client Coordination Director, must include the Office of the Family Outreach Coordinator and the Disability Advisor. The committee must elect a committee member to act as the Committee Secretary who bears the responsibility of recording all aspects of the reviewal and approval/denial process of both grant programs. To ensure fair and equal selection, members of the Committee may examine the applicants’ financial records, review applications, and interview candidates. In addition, it is the responsibility of this committee to handle all aspects of the grant programs, including delivery of the services promised
Family Outreach Coordinator: The Family Outreach Coordinator coordinates applicants and recipients of the Family Connection Grant. The Family Outreach Coordinator serves as the main line of contact for individuals participating or applying for the program. Responsible for managing families accounts, stories, and profiles, in addition to ensuring the contact information on file is kept secure and current.Responsible for delivering the services or products approved by the committee to the applicant and promoting the family's story.
Disability Advisor: The Disability Advisor is responsible for coordinating with the applicants and recipients of the Renee Emery Wolfe Memorial Grant and serves as the main line of contact for individuals participating in or applying for the program. Responsible for managing applicant accounts, stories, and profiles in addition to ensuring the contact information on file is kept secure and current. Responsible for delivering the services or products approved by the committee to the applicant and promoting the family's story.
Applications should be available online or by request and must be submitted according to the instructions found in the Application Packet to ensure the application is reviewed in a timely matter. Applications may be submitted electronically or by mail as directed in the Application Packet. In addition to the application itself, Applicants are required to disclose pay stubs, bank account statements, and any other financial documents to demonstrate financial need. Committee members are expected to review applications in a timely matter with integrity, non-bias, and respect. Applicants must receive approval or denial in writing within 30 business days of receiving the applications.