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Nonprofit Space Stabilization Program: Technical Assistance Application for Past Nonprofit Displacement Mitigation Clients

Online Submission Form: Nonprofit Space Stabilization Program
Round 2 Technical Assistance, June 2017

The Nonprofit Space Stabilization Program (NSSP), a program of the Nonprofit Sustainability Initiative (NSI), has been allocated $1.455 million over two years for technical and financial assistance to support nonprofits adversely impacted by the real estate market.
  • Before completing this application, please read the "Program Guidelines" document at www.ncclf.org/sfsustainability for program eligibility requirements.
  • Technical  Assistance is available to organizations facing permanent displacement in the next 18 months, or barriers to growth due to real estate constraints. Organizations expanding into new sites may be eligible to apply.
  • Technical assistance services include financial planning, space planning, identifying/evaluating potential sites, negotiating leases or purchase agreements, developing construction budgets and project timelines, and analyzing potential funding sources.
  • Applications  must be received by 5:00 pm, September 8, 2017 to be considered for Round 2 Technical Assistance awards. Applications submitted after 5:00 PM will not be accepted. Awards will be announced October 2017.
  • NCCLF encourages applicants to submit their applications before the September 8th deadline so that any technical problems that arise can be resolved before the deadline.
  • For assistance using this application, please contact Owen Serra, Real Estate Consulting Analyst at oserra@ncclf.org
Organization and Staff Information
Preferred Gender Pronoun First Name Last Name
Primary Contact Person Information
Preferred Gender Pronoun First Name Last Name
Secondary Contact Person Information
Organization Activities (check all the apply):
List the three largest sources of non-City funding including the funder name, amount, and the grant contract period
Funder Amount Term
Grant or Contract
Grant or Contract
Grant or Contract
If your organization receives City funding, list the three largest sources of funding including the funder name, amount, and the grant contract period
Department Amount Term
Grant or Contract
Grant or Contract
Grant or Contract
Project Updates
Programming & Community Impact 
Please list the number of primary and secondary beneficiaries. Primary beneficiaries receive the bulk of services or resources. Secondary beneficiaries receive minor services or are impacted through the ripple effect of the organization's work. (For example, a Counseling Agency's primary clients could be youth receiving counseling services and its secondary clients could be family members that receive minor support services. For a Capacity Building Agency, primary clients could include nonprofit staff & board members registered for workshops and secondary clients could be clients served through the nonprofits that are supported.)
Primary Secondary
Beneficiaries served:
Of the beneficiaries listed above, list up to 3 zip codes served in order of where the greatest to fewest beneficiaries are served.
Primary Secondary
Zip code:
Zip code:
Zip code:
Request for Technical Assistance
Attachments: Please attach the following items if available/applicable
Updated Financials
For City contractors
Applications must be received by 5:00 PM, September 8, 2017 to be considered. Applications submitted after 5:00 pm will not be accepted. For assistance using this application, please contact Owen Serra, Real Estate Consulting Analyst at oserra@ncclf.org.

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