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Volunteer Generation Fund ARP
Jewish Helping Hands
Together Women Rise – Grants for women and girls living in extreme poverty
Grantees must support women and girls living in extreme poverty (defined as living on $1.90 a day or less); and address one or more of the following issues / needs: education and vocational training; improved women and girls’ health; economic empowerment; clean water, sanitation and healthy environment; improved food security, regenerative agriculture, and nutrition; human trafficking: prevention, rescue and reintegration; leadership training; and advocacy for policies that promote gender equality, peace and security. Deadline: Open. Two application periods per year: April 1, April 24, and October 1, October 24. Learn more here.
After a successful first year of funding Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives, Women of Reform Judaism (WRJ) will offer another round of grants this fall. These grants, funded through WRJ’s YES (Youth, Education & Special Projects) Fund, are intended to uplift Jewish organizations committed to promoting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in creative ways within the Jewish community. If chosen, a grantee will typically receive between $5,000-$10,000 for a one-year period. Learn more here. Deadline: November 12th.
Wells Fargo – Community Giving: Grants
Wells Fargo is committed to building an inclusive, sustainable recovery for all through a focus on opening pathways to economic advancement, championing safe, affordable homes, empowering small businesses to thrive, and enabling a just, low-carbon economy. We provide grants to nonprofit organizations working to strengthen the resiliency of our communities and our planet with a focus on supporting nonprofits that strategically align with our funding priorities: financial health, housing affordability, small business growth, and sustainability and environmental justice. We prioritize funding to activities and programs that have a broad reach and impact several geographical areas, communities, and/or groups. We also focus on supporting the needs of underserved communities and advancing racial equity.
Deadline: N/A. More information.
AWS Foundation – Grants for Disabilities
AWS Foundation awards grants to help children and adults with enduring intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities live as independently as possible, be included in the community and function at their highest potential. Our focus is specific to individuals with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities such as Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorder, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, fragile X syndrome and alcohol fetal syndrome, etc. Disabilities acquired because of illness or aging would not be competitive for funding. Award max.: $25,000. Eligibility: Your program or project should involve a significant number of individuals with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities. Deadline: Open. More information.
Is your organization a 501(c)(3) nonprofit or library? Chances are it qualifies for donated software and technology from brands such as Microsoft, Intuit, Adobe, and Cisco. Donations from more than 40 other TechSoup donor partners are also available. TechSoup isn’t an outlet or a reseller. All products are generously discounted or donated by our partners in support of the nonprofit community. We work directly with our donor partners to provide nonprofits and libraries like yours the technology products and learning resources that help you fulfill your missions and serve your communities. Deadline: Open. Learn more here.
Our work with programmatic grantees focuses on critical support in health, education, and recreation.
Update: We encourage organizations that are making direct impact against the wake of COVID-19 to seek funding.
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, Florida
Deadline: Open. Learn more here.
Intended to address the fundamental causes of systemic racism as it has taken root in American society, culture, education and economy. Deadline: Open. Learn more here.
Santander Bank Foundation
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS: Operating support to increase lending capital or the ability to leverage additional sources of equity or program support to promote programming that meets local community needs.
ECONOMIC AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT: Operating or program support to create, retain, and improve access to jobs and workforce development programs for low- and moderate-income (LMI) individuals; business planning and technical assistance services for LMI immigrant, minority, and women-owned small businesses; and loans to LMI-owned businesses and LMI entrepreneurs for early stage start-ups and growing small businesses.
AFFORDABLE HOUSING: Operating or program support to create and preserve affordable housing, including multi-family rental and single-family homeownership projects; provide homebuyer education, post-purchase, and pre-foreclosure counseling; and to protect LMI tenants through policy change, organizing, and advocacy.
FINANCIAL EDUCATION & INCLUSION: Operating or program support to promote prosperity for LMI families and neighborhoods through education and literacy programs addressing a range of budgeting and financial basics, including banking, credit and loans, and identity theft.
Award max.: $100,000
Region: Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island
Deadline: Open. Applications are accepted from January 1st through October 15th and are reviewed on a rolling basis.