For Our Partners
Letters of Support/Linkage Agreements
Requesting a Letter of Support/Linkage Agreement
We recieve numerous requests from partners for Linkage Agreements and Letters of Support to assist in applications for grant/funding opportunities. In an effort to streamline these requests and ensure that we have adequate advance notice to meet deadlines, we have developed protocols for submitting and responding to all requests.
- All requests for a Letter of Support or Linkage Agreement from our office must be received **at least two weeks in advance** of the requested return date.
- All requests will be reviewed for its relationship with domestic and gender-based violence and whether it is in line with the mission of our office. A Letter of Support or Linkage Agreement is not guaranteed. If we are unable to provide support, your agency will receive email notification from our General Counsel about the denial of the request, and a reason for the denial, as appropriate.
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Memoranda of Understanding
Local Law 40 of 2011 requires agencies to post certain memoranda of understanding and similar agreements ("MOUs") entered into among governmental agencies. MOUs and similar agreements may be viewed below.
- January 11, 2012 re: Staten Island Domestic Violence Response Team
- March 16, 2012 re: Foster Grandparent Program at the Bronx and Brooklyn Family Justice Centers
- March 20, 2012 re: Early Victim Engagement Program at the New York City Family Justice Center in Brooklyn
- April 5, 2013 re: Project HOME at the New York City Family Justice Centers in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Manhattan
- May 10, 2013 re: Safe Haven Consulting Committee
Indirect Cost Rate Funding Initiative
The City of New York launched the Indirect Cost Rate (ICR) Funding Initiative to assist health and human service providers contracting with the City. The Administration will fund individual community-based organizations’ requests for documented, indirect costs above the current ten percent ceiling with actions to be reflected in the Fiscal Year 2020 Adopted Budget. As of November 18, 2019, providers may initiate the indirect cost claiming process. For more information about the City's Indirect Cost Rate Funding Initiative, including the Provider Checklist, visit the Indirect Implementation page.
- The Mayor's Office of Contract Services (MOCS) is a New York City oversight and service agency that is dedicated to optimizing existing operations and transforming processes to make it easier to do business with the City.
- The City of New York’s Online Resource for Nonprofit Organizations offers information and resources in support of our partnerships with thousands of nonprofit organizations every year to deliver programs and services to communities throughout the five boroughs.
- MOCS Letter