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Request for Proposal

Request for Demo and Abatement

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency (Wayne Metro) requests qualifications from qualified firms for demolition and asbestos abatement services of single and multi-family residential structures in Ecorse, Melvindale and River Rouge, Michigan as part of the Help for the Hardest Hit Blight Elimination Program (H4HH).  Bidders are invited to review this open enrollment solicitation and, if interested, complete and return one original, single-sided, fastened with a binder clip plus one on a flash drive (pdf format) of the complete proposal to:

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency

2121 Biddle Avenue, Suite 102

Wyandotte, MI 48192

Attn:  John Carmody

Request for Qualifications Form


Wayne Metro is seeking qualified organizations to provide Home Water Audit and Minor Home Plumbing Repair services to families throughout southeast Michigan.
Interested applicants are invited to review: WMCAA WATER CONSERVATION RFP.  Proposals are due no later than 4:00 PM, Monday, May 14, 2018 to Mary Price, Director of Basic Needs at mprice@waynemetro.org for consideration.

WMCAA LEAP to Teach Request for Proposal

Wayne Metro is seeking evaluation services to support the process of continuous program improvement of Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency’s LEAP (Learn & Earn Apprenticeship Program) to Teach early childhood workforce development program.
Interested applicants are invited to review: WMCAA LEAP to Teach RFP

Proposal of interest is due no later than 5:00 PM, Friday, May 4, 2018 to Monique Martin-Johnson, Workforce Development Manager, at mmartin-johnson@waynemetro.org for consideration.

Community Gardens Request for Proposal

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency is seeking local partners to participate in the implementation of Community Gardens in Wayne County. The Community Garden Program provides eligible local churches, nonprofit or civic organizations, schools, and community groups the opportunity to grow fresh produce and assist low-income residents experiencing food insecurity in Wayne County.

Applications are now closed.

Request for Seeding Wayne County Grant Program

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency is pleased to operate the Seeding Wayne County Mini-Grant program. This program supports Wayne County-based organizations that share the common goal of addressing the causes and conditions of poverty in their community.

The awarded funding is used by grassroots community organizations to support programs and services in the areas of Youth and Adult Education, Nutrition, Health, Employment, and Neighborhood Improvements.

Applications for the Seeding Wayne County Grant program are due by January 12, 2018.

Seeding Wayne County Guidelines

Seeding Wayne County Application

Request for Qualifications for Water Closet Replacement Program

Proposals are being sought from qualified firms for the water closet replacement services for residential properties in Detroit, Michigan. This program is being implemented in partnership with the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department. Firms deemed qualified to provide the services specified in this Request for Qualifications (RFQ), will be placed on a list of qualified firms and be permitted to bid on work through future bid releases.

Bidders are invited to review: WMCAA Water Closet RFQ Aug. 2017.

If interested, submit your qualifications to:

ATTN: John Carmody
Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency
138 Cortland
Highland Park, MI 48203

Responses to this RFQ must be received on or before 4 p.m. Monday, September 11, 2017.


Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency (Wayne Metro) is seeking partnerships with 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations providing eligible projects/activities addressing the needs of Detroit residents with low incomes. Innovative, collaborative, and sustainable projects/activities must address community needs such as, but not limited to:

  • Increase access to healthy food and nutrition;
  • Remove barriers to employment;
  • Energy education and conservation; and
  • Access to transportation options

Collaborative partnerships address community needs by expanding outreach and resources necessary to help alleviate the causes and conditions of poverty affecting Detroit residents. This Request for Proposal (RFP) invites nonprofit organizations who are willing to collaborate and share resources for people with low incomes to increase self-sufficiency.

A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization can apply for FY18 Detroit Partnership Funding by submitting all required RFP documentation by 4:00 PM on Friday, August 11, 2017 via email to mprice@waynemetro.org. NO LATE APPLICATIONS/DOCUMENTATION WILL BE ACCEPTED.

See below for important dates, guidelines, application, and forms.

Important Dates

  • July 31, 2017: Q & A and Technical Assistance from 10 AM – 11:30 AM at Wayne Metro Detroit Office located at 7310 Woodward, Detroit MI 48202
  • July 25-August 4,2017: Questions can be submitted electronically to mprice@waynemetro.org. Submitted questions and answers will be posted on Wayne Metro’s website: [RFP LINK]
  • August 11, 2017: ALL required documentation is due by 4:00 PM via email to mprice@waynemetro.org
  • September 25, 2017: Applicants will receive notification of decision.


Questions can be directed to:

Auditor / Quality Control Inspector RFP

Wayne Metro is seeking proposals for Auditor / Quality Control Inspector for Wayne Metro Community Action Agency’s Weatherization Program.

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