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Atlanta/Fulton/DeKalb EFSP Application TA Session - Shared screen with speaker view
Ebony Harris-YESS
23:32
Does Other Shelter include Short term rentals (i.e. AirBnB)?
Pat Sheppard
25:51
Will this powerpoint presentation be available as a separate document?
Terry Hightower
29:29
Would you repeat the email again please
Charles Sterne
37:00
administrator@efsp-atl.org
Pat Sheppard
38:39
So a 100% match is required not only for Phase 39, but also for ARPA monies?
Pat Sheppard
40:13
What is grant period?
Celine Thackston (she/her)
41:43
The program folks for the organization I’m working with have said that ARPA funds are difficult to manage. Are there guidelines on how these funds should be managed?
Terry Hightower
42:12
Do we need ARPA match funds
Ebony Harris-YESS
45:37
CAN you how you got to the program funding and compliance page?
Jennifer Weissman (she/her)
46:34
How should we determine whether to ask for Phase 39 or Phase ARPA funds? Is one stream better suited for certain types of programs?
Angela Brown @brownangela
48:24
Is the non esp funding the match funding?
Celine Thackston (she/her)
48:36
Sorry if I’m asking something that you covered already - trying to keep up while looking over the portal. The presentation listed a $30K Phase 39 Maximum Request, but this is *per program* with an *agency* max of $45k, correct?
Terry Hightower
50:13
What category in Fluxx should we select i.e. brighter future, capacity building etc
Carolyn Booth
50:14
so, as an example for Phase 39, the programs are mass shelter ($30,000), rent ($30,000), etc..., right?
Celine Thackston (she/her)
51:01
Thank you! This is very helpful
Pat Sheppard
51:38
Even though there is no requirement at this time to prove that clients who benefit from ARPA monies were impacted by COVID, if we seek mass shelter money in both Phase 39 and Phase ARPA funds, should we should differentiate the customers for each fund-- i.e., those who need shelter because of COVID vs. those who need the shelter for other reasons?
Ebony Harris-YESS
52:30
I see now. Thanks!