While South Bend Heritage completes numerous projects with private funds, SBH is a Sub-recipient of federal funds for various projects. As a sub recipient SBH submits applications for competitive funding that address St. Joseph County Housing & Community Development (HCD) Plan Priority Needs and Community Development Block Grant CDBG/HOME funding National objectives. Public and community non-profit agencies approved for federal funding are required to sign a written Agreement with the City of South Bend to ensure compliance with City of South Bend, federal regulations, Federal Executive Orders and related HUD federal regulations including the Davis Bacon Act. Funds are subject to Federal and local regulations including but not limited to: non-discrimination, equal opportunity, accessibility, lead-based paint, prevailing wages, Uniform Relocation Act, audits, procurement, and environmental review. Additional requirements can be found in the CDBG regulations and OMB Circular A-122 and A-110. SBH understands these requirements prior to applying for funds to ensure that it has adequate administrative systems in place to fulfill the requirements. Questions pertaining to SBH procurement and contracting processes should be directed to Marco Mariani, Executive Director. 574-289-1066 ext 216 firstname.lastname@example.org
South Bend Heritage strives to continually have meaningful and substantial levels of participation by Section 3 Certified Business (Section 3), Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs), Women Business Enterprises (WBEs), and Small Business Enterprises (SBEs) in the services for which it contracts, and in its various contracts for development projects. Please contact us for more information. We support the City of South Bend’s Diversity & Inclusion Program.