Human Services Fund Advisory Committee (HSFAC)
Human Service Fund Advisory Committee
The City of Boulder’s Human Services Fund Advisory Committee (HSFAC) is a five-member resident committee, appointed by the City Manager, that annually reviews proposals to the Human Services Fund (HSF) and makes recommendations to staff and the City Manager for the allocation of funding to community agencies to promote community health. The role of the committee is advisory, technical, and not political in nature; members do not serve in an advocacy role for either agencies or issues, and should not be affiliated with any agency that applies for funding from the HSF. The term is two years and City of Boulder residency is required.
Boulder residents seeking further information should contact Tony Barkey, Human Services Project Manager, at [email protected].
- Riley Bright
- Susan Kodish
- Sonya Lunder
- Iona Mara-Drita
- Peggy Moriarty
Applications for the HSFAC
Currently, there are no vacancies on the HSFAC. However, applications for the HSFAC are accepted on a rolling basis.
To apply for the HSFAC in Spanish, visit the Spanish language Human Services Fund Advisory Committee Application.
To apply for the HSFAC in English, visit the English language Human Services Fund Advisory Committee Application.
For more information about the HSFAC, please contact, Tony Barkey at [email protected] or 303-441-3146.
|Date||Meeting Materials||Meeting Summary|
|Sept. 13, 2017||HSFAC Agenda||HSFAC Meeting Summary|
|Nov. 1, 2017||HSFAC Agenda|
|Nov. 6, 2017||HSFAC Agenda|