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Mini-Grant Deadline Approaching for Community Mediation

This year’s JAMS Foundation/NAFCM funding focus is Homeless, those facing eviction and public housing. The 3-page response to the Solicitation of Interest must be received at [email protected] on or before 11:59 PM your main office local time on Thursday March 29, 2018.

We are sending this email out so that everyone may have the Frequently Ask Questions (FAQ) that hosts the questions and answers that either arose from the February 14th Bidders’ Conference or had been received over the years and remain applicable. You may access this link by clicking here, or visiting the link listed below.

Please be aware that you may want to check on the FAQ periodically, as new questions will be updated on this live document. New questions will be added at the top of one or more of the FAQ headers.

You can find the Solicitation of Interest (Si) on the NAFCM webpage ( by clicking here, or visiting the link listed below.


2018 Bidders Conference FAQ

Homelessness/Public Housing Solicitation of Interest


Brennan Frazier

Brennan Frazier graduated from The Ohio State University in 2012 with a B.A. in Political Science and History. After graduation, he worked to develop mediation programs for under-served communities through an AmeriCorps VISTA partnership with Mediation Matters in Albany, NY. Brennan is currently membership coordinator for the National Association for… MORE >

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