Highlighted Grants and Contracts Secured/Managed

NONPROFIT GRANTS, CONTRACTS, and EVENTS SUCCESSFULLY SECURED

  • National Science Foundation Documenting Endangered Languages, University of Guam $275,000 (2019)
  • Victims of Crime Act contract for Sanctuary, Inc., $406,128 (2017 – 2020)
  • Guam Behavioral Health & Wellness Center, Residential Recovery Center, Oasis Empowerment Center $505,000 (2019)
  • Guam Behavioral Health & Wellness Center, Outpatient Recovery Treatment, Oasis Empowerment Center $85,000 (2019)
  • Gannett Foundation, Island Girl Power, $11,000 (2019)
  • Ford Foundation, Micronesian Conservation Coalition, $10,000 (2019)
  • First Hawaiian Foundation, Oasis Empowerment Center, $10,000 (2019)
  • Department of Justice Office of Violence Against Women Transitional Housing, Oasis Empowerment Center, $92,000 (2019)
  • Office of the Administration for Children & Families Administration for Native Americans I-LEAD Grant, Sanctuary, Inc. $660,000 (2018)
  • Fundraiser Gala featuring Vanessa Williams for the StayWell Guam Diabetes Foundation, $460,000 (2018)
  • Pay-less Foundation Kick the Fat Mini-Grant, Island Girl Power, $3,560 (2018)
  • Guam National Tennis Federation, International Tennis Federation Grant, $25,000 (2018)
  • Guam National Tennis Federation Crowdfunding Campaign, $3,200 (2018)
  • Pacific Islands University, Computer Lab, $5,000 (2018)
  • Micronesian Conservation Coalition, Grant from the U.S. Embassy in Fiji for a marine science project on the island of Yap, $12,500 (2018)
  • Guam Contractor’s Association Eagle Awards for JMI-Edison, (2017)
  • Marine Education and Training Mini-Grant Program, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for Micronesian Conservation Coalition, $15,000 (2017)
  • First Hawaiian Bank for Parents Empowering Parents of Children with Disabilities, $5,000 (2017)
  • Take Care Foundation grant for Sanctuary, Inc., $5,000 (2017)
  • Take Care Foundation grant for Parents Empowering Parents of Children with Disabilities, $3,000 (2017)
  • Take Care Foundation grant for Xohiaki Cares, $5,000 (2017)
  • Pay-less Mini-Grant for Parents Empowering Parents of Children with Disabilities, $3,000 (2017)
  • Take Care Foundation grant for Micronesian Conservation Coalition, $3,000 (2017)
  • Family and Youth Services Bureau Runaway and Homeless Youth Basic Shelter Grant, $381,000 (2016-19)
  • 2016 BRSS TACS Policy Academy: Building and Enhancing Sustainable Recovery-Oriented Systems and Services, $75,000 (2016)
  • Pay-Less Mini-Grant for Micronesian Conservation Coalition, $2,500 (2016)
  • Administration for Native Americans Social and Economic Development Strategies Grant: Dream Project, $1.1 million (2013-2016).
  • Department of Justice Transitional Housing Grant: Animu Project, $300,000 (2012-2015)
  • Department of Housing and Urban Development Permanent Housing: Empowered Together, $129,700 per year (2012 – 2015+)
  • Department of Housing and Urban Development Transitional Housing: Guma Bendisi, $125,700 per year (2011-2015+)
  • Department of Housing and Urban Development Permanent Housing: Sagan Ayuda Maisa Program, $48,842 per year (2011-2012)
  • Guam Behavioral Health & Wellness Center Contract for residential treatment ASAM III and III.5, $400,000 per year (negotiated and wrote proposal/budget, 2014-2016)
  • Guam Behavioral Health & Wellness Center Contract for Outpatient Substance Abuse Services ASAM II.0, $75,000 annually (negotiated and wrote proposal and budget, 2014-2016)
  • Guam Behavioral Health & Wellness Center Contract for Sagan Mami, $175,000 annually (negotiated and wrote proposal and budget, 2015-2018)
  • Department of Justice, Violence Against Women Act S*T*O*P Grant, Approximately $25,000 per year (2012-2016)
  • Emergency Food & Shelter Grant, $29,000 per year (2012-2015)
  • Take Care Foundation Grant for Creative Workforce Art Therapy, $5,000 (2015)
  • Department of Public Health Rape Prevention $5k annually (2011-2015)
  • Established various MOUs (2011-2015), including funding through the United States Committee for Refugees for Immigrants for human trafficking foreign national victims (2015) and Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (2012-2015)
  • Various other smaller vouchers, grants, and contracts from local foundations and businesses for Oasis Empowerment Center
  • Assisted and led fundraising events such as, “Walk in My Slippers” (2014)
  • $5 million US Air Force contract for trailers, Ohio Group (2010)
  • $200,000 US Air Force contract for Sun Shade contract, Ohio Group (2011)
  • Other various grants for international nonprofits, $10,000, and microenterprise grants for Indonesians of less than $500, (2005-2010)

Grants Managed
  • 2016 BRSS TACS Policy Academy: Building and Enhancing Sustainable Recovery-Oriented Systems and Services, $75,000 (2016)
  • Administration for Native Americans Social and Economic Development Strategies Grant: Dream Project, $1.1 million (2013-2016).
  • Department of Justice Transitional Housing Grant: Animu Project, $300,000 (2012-2015)
  • Department of Housing and Urban Development Permanent Housing: Empowered Together, $129,700 per year (2012 – 2015+)
  • Department of Housing and Urban Development Transitional Housing: Guma Bendisi, $125,700 per year (2011-2015+)
  • Department of Housing and Urban Development Permanent Housing: Sagan Ayuda Maisa Program, $48,842 per year (2011-2012)
  • Guam Behavioral Health & Wellness Center Contract for residential treatment ASAM III and III.5, $400,000 per year (negotiated and wrote proposal/budget, 2014-2016)
  • Guam Behavioral Health & Wellness Center Contract for Outpatient Substance Abuse Services ASAM II.0, $75,000 annually (negotiated and wrote proposal and budget, 2014-2016)
  • Guam Behavioral Health & Wellness Center Contract for Sagan Mami, $175,000 annually (negotiated and wrote proposal and budget, 2015-2018)
  • Department of Justice, Violence Against Women Act S*T*O*P Grant, Approximately $25,000 per year (2012-2016)
  • Emergency Food & Shelter Grant, $29,000 per year (2012-2015)
  • Take Care Foundation Grant for Creative Workforce Art Therapy, $5,000 (2015)
  • Department of Public Health Rape Prevention $5k annually (2011-2015)
  • Assisted and led fundraising events such as, “Walk in My Slippers” (2014)
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