CoC Program Competition (NOFA)

HUD has announced that the FY2019 CoC Program Competition is now open. New project applicants must submit their applications via the CoC grant portal, Esnaps, no later than 12pm on Friday, August 9th.

FY2019 CoC Request for Proposals

The Human Services Coalition of Tompkins County, the lead agency for the Ithaca/Tompkins Continuum of Care, serves as the collaborative applicant for the annual HUD (Housing and urban Development) competitive grant process for homeless funding, the CoC Program Competition (NOFA). The CoC submits an annual application requesting funding to support the homeless service providers in Tompkins County. As part of this competitive grant process, the CoC calls for project applicants to submit proposals for housing and services to serve  chronically homeless and literally homeless individuals and families. The CoC requests new projects that are in accordance with CoC and HUD’s priorities to end homelessness.

Project applicants should carefully review the Ithaca/ Tompkins CoC NY-510 Written Standards, which details CoC’s expectations for agencies receiving funding through the CoC.

For details on project priorities, submission requirements, threshold requirements and all other information relevant to the FY2019 NOFA, please review documents in the drop-down menu below.