Birmingham City Council seeking applications from local organizations for Magic City Recovery Pitch

Councilor Clinton Woods, who chairs the Birmingham City Council’s Governmental Affairs and Public Information Committee, is seeking proposals for projects that are eligible to receive funding from the Coronavirus State and Local Recovery Fund (SLFRF). Organizations will be afforded an opportunity to present to members of the Birmingham City Council at a series of “Special Called Joint Governmental Affairs and Public Information and Special Called Committee of The Whole Meetings.”

The City of Birmingham has been awarded over $141 million to respond to the public health emergency caused by the Covid-19 Pandemic and its negative economic impacts, these funds include assistance to households, small businesses, nonprofits, or aid to impacted industries such as tourism, travel, and hospitality.

The Magic City Recovery Pitch seeks to assist local organizations and households with funding opportunities through the roughly $80 million in unallocated SLFRF funds that the City received last year.

“This is an unprecedented opportunity for local organizations and residents to apply for and receive federal funds that can help bolster our local economy and get them some much-needed relief,” Councilor Woods said. “These local organizations that are eligible help provide critical services for our residents and I’m looking forward to identifying and coordinating with groups that can help the City maximize the impact of these federal dollars.”

Below are details for eligibility, requirements and how to apply:

“Responding to the COVID-19 public health emergency or its negative economic impacts” includes several sub-categories:

  1. Public Health — Includes

Organizations that are interested in making a presentation will need to submit the following information to by Sunday, April 10th:

  • Project Name

Eligible applicants will be contacted and scheduled to appear before the Governmental Affairs and Public Information to make their presentation to members of the Birmingham City Council.



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