Government Contract | California
Volunteer Infrastructure

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00003300661

Bid Title: Volunteer Infrastructure

Agency Bid No. Title: CV22-208

Received Date: 11/11/2022

Close Date: 12/29/2022

Purchase Type: Term: 12/12/2022 - 11/17/2023

Delivery Point: Various Locations, California

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By 11/14/2022 09:00 AM, Other 11/15/2022 02:00 PM: Webinar


Specifications include, but are not limited to: Proposers will organize a minimum of 3-4 climate action volunteer projects, or more asnecessary to meet total volunteer numbers per award amount, that are co-branded withCalifornia Climate Action Corps and approved to be in alignment with the programs threefocus areas of urban greening, organic waste and edible food recovery, and wildfire resiliency.At least one climate action volunteer project must be a high-profile event co-led with CaliforniaVolunteers, local government, and community climate-focused organizations. For contracts from $25,000 to $50,000: at least 500 volunteers must be engaged withinthe contract period For contracts from $50,001 to $75,000: at least 800 volunteers must be engaged withinthe contract period For contracts from $75,001 - $100,000: at least 1,000 volunteers must be engagedwithin the contract period For contracts from $100,001 - $200,000: at least 2,000 volunteers must be engagedwithin the contract periodFor the purposes of this contract, climate action volunteer projects are defined as approvedprojects co-branded with California Climate Action Corps that engage individual and/or groupvolunteers within one or more of the specified geographic regions to accomplish a defined,hands-on climate activity in the focus areas of urban greening, organic waste and edible foodrecovery, and wildfire resiliency. These projects can be organized in conjunction with localschools, non-profits, public agencies, companies, and/or other volunteer groups.Climate action volunteer project design should achieve the following: Maximize community interest and engagement in climate action that addressescommunity needs using evidence-based strategies for climate engagement. Educate the community on the importance of taking local climate action to ensureparticipants understand the opportunities for and impact of their collective actions. Implement a direct climate action volunteer project within the community. Projects thatencourage ongoing activity and community engagement are of keen interest. Climate projects are appealing to diverse communities and its importance is apparentthrough the outcome of the project. Grantee Responsibilities include: Support recruitment and mobilization of volunteers.o Each event will have a defined volunteer goal. Events with at least 50-100volunteers and open to the public are preferable.o For high-profile events, each target region has specific volunteer engagementgoals ranging from 150-500 volunteers. These events are open to the publicand will engage large numbers of volunteers, elected officials, corporategroups, and other partners.o Proposers will lead recruitment by utilizing their existing volunteer base andengaging new volunteers to attend climate action volunteer projects in theirregion. Implement an outreach strategy that educates the community on the importance ofand opportunities for taking local climate action, including registering to become aCalifornia Climate Action Corps volunteer. Proposers must lead a sign-up and waiver (liability and publicity) process forvolunteers participating in the climate action volunteer projects that includesprovided indemnification language pertaining to California Volunteers and theCalifornia Climate Action Corps.

Product Codes: 91881, 96187

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: State of California - Planning and Research Governor's Office of (

State: California

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: 1400 10th Street, Sacramento, California, 95814




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