Procurement

The purchase of goods and services and the award of grants shall be made in compliance with The Children's Trust Procurement Policy (9/4/18, pdf), applicable state statutes, The Children's Trust Conflict of Interest policy and applicable portions of the Miami-Dade County Conflict of Interest and Code of Ethics Ordinance (§2-11.1 of Miami-Dade County Code) and the State of Florida's Code of Ethics for Public Officers and Employees (Chapter 112, Part III Florida Statutes.)

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Operational Solicitations

RFQ Youth Advisory Committee Fiscal Facilitator

The Children’s Trust (The Trust) seeks the services of an independent contractor to provide community engagement support, primarily to the youth voice of The Children’s Trust, Youth Advisory Committee. This independent contractor will help to execute purchase, hiring and financial logistics for the YAC service-learning initiatives for the 2019-2020 academic year.

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RFQ Haitian American Community Engagement

The Children’s Trust (The Trust) seeks the services of an independent contractor to provide community engagement support, primarily to the Haitian-American community in Miami-Dade County. This independent contractor will help The Trust expand and enhance the overall capacity of its public policy and community engagement department.

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RFP 2019-10 Thrive by 5 Book Club 

The Children's Trust seeks vendors to implement the Thrive by 5 Book Club to mail monthly books to children birth to five in Miami-Dade County. Services to be solicited include:

• Book selection, buying and supplemental content creation
• Fulfillment services
• Ongoing operations and customer relations

Bidders' Conference and Application Training: April 1, 2019 - Click Here to View Video 

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Funding Recommendations (6/3/19, pdf) New!

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RFQ 2019-07 Information Technology Vendor Pool

We are currently seeking:
Qualifications from candidates detailing their experience in the field(s) of technology services including, infrastructure as a service, software as a service (including web design & development), security as a service, managed services, business intelligence and integrated data repository

Eligible applicants may include technology firms, consulting firms or consultants with highly qualified professional expertise. Prospective applicants (agencies/consultants) should have a proven track record of successfully providing either targeted or full-service technology services and support to nonprofit organizations serving children and families, foundations, educational institutions, health care providers, government agencies and/or other public sector clients in diverse communities.

Applicants need not be qualified in all of the desired areas. Companies or individual professionals with specific areas of expertise who want to focus on providing those unique services to The Children’s Trust should tailor their proposals accordingly.

  • Applicants capable of providing multiple services should submit separate applications for each applicable service area.
  • Bidders' Conference - February 7, 2019, 1 p.m.
  • Application Deadline: March 1, 2019, 4:59 p.m. Eastern time
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  • Vendor Pool Recommendations 

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RFQ 2019-08 Communications Vendor Pool

We are currently seeking:
Qualifications from advertising agencies (branding & creative), media planning & buying, digital marketing, social listening, content marketing, graphic design, user experience design, video production, public relations, event planning, data management platforms (DMP), A-B testing and niche/faith-based community outreach

Professional agencies and consultants are invited to submit their qualifications online to The Children’s Trust. Applicants should be companies or consultants with a proven track record of successfully providing either targeted or full-service multicultural and multilingual professional services to nonprofit organizations serving children and families, foundations, educational institutions, health care providers, government agencies or other public sector clients in diverse communities.

Applicants need not be qualified in all of the desired areas. Companies or individual professionals with specific areas of expertise who want to focus on providing those unique services to The Children’s Trust should tailor their proposals accordingly.

Applicants capable of providing multiple services should submit separate applications for each applicable service area.

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