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The Kansas Council on Developmental Disabilities (KCDD) seeks partners to develop innovative solutions to problems facing people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their families. Based on the Five-Year State Plan, the Council Issues Calls for Investments and considers proposals that focus on enhancing services and pursuing systemic change that can achieve the desired outcomes stated in the Call for Investment.

This process emphasizes partnerships and shared success. Both the Council and grantees must work together to clearly define results, sustainability, and measures of success including systemic change.

The announcements are published in the Kansas Register and disseminated through the Council email list, posted on the KCDD website and through social media outlets.

 

Current Requests for Proposals

The application period for RFPs has closed.

Sign up for email updates from the Council to find out when news regarding RFPs is available. 

 

Other Funding Requests

Unsolicited proposals: KCDD welcomes unsolicited proposals and may request funding for up to one year. All unsolicited proposals will be reviewed by the Executive Committee to determine if they contribute to objectives outlined in the Five-Year State Plan and should be considered for funding by the full Council. Click here to fill out the form.

Individual Scholarships: A limited amount of funds is set aside by the Council to support individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities or their immediate family members to attend conferences and training events that contribute to the 5 Year State Plan. Requests may be applied for annually and must be received in the KCDD office in advance of the event. Click here to request a scholarship.

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