Pueblo Senior Resource Development Agency Incorporated
RSVP 2013 Competition Appendix A Part 1 Funding Opportunities
400 RSVP volunteers will serve homebound seniors, low income households and veterans. The RSVP Projects' primary focus areas that the project will address are all under the Heathly Futures. The three stations under the Healthy Futures deal with distributing food to individuals and households who are experiencing food security and delivering food to homebound seniors. These three volunteer stations include Cooperative Care Center, USDA Food Distribution and Meals on Wheels. The Outcomes of the two, Cooperative Care Center and the USDA Food Distribution are the same: Number of individuals receiving emergency food from food banks, food pantries or other nonprofit organizations. The outcome for the Meals on Wheels program is the number of homebound or elder adult and individuals with disabilities receiving food, transportation or other services that allow them to live independently. The total number of stations under the three categories of Primary Focus, CNSC Priority Area and Community Priorities is 15. The Grant Proposal is requesting a total budget of $88,955 of which $41,206 or 46% is the Federal Share and the Local Share of $47,749 or 54% of the total budget.