Daniel started covering Pearland City Council, Pearland ISD and Brazoria County for Community Impact in October 2022. The Pediatric Therapy program works with children to develop gross motor, fine motor, communication, social and problem-solving skills. SOAR365 - $25,000 They will carry Emergency shelter combined with case management works to move residents into permanent housing as quickly as possible and meet immediate needs of clients. James House provides advocacy, support, and education for people impacted by sexual violence, domestic violence, stalking, and child abuse/neglect in the Tri-Cities area. $150,000 to the Urban League of Greater Madison for the Black Business Hub and the Hub Accelerator Program, which will support and accelerate Black entrepreneurship through courses, grants, loans and increased job opportunities in South Madison. Grants are Grant funding is designed to support a broad range of community needs such as arts and culture, social and health services, education, recreation, beautification and preservation, animal welfare, the environment, and community development opportunities. 3. The Outdoor Adventures Program increases access to and opportunities for outdoor experiences and builds a stronger community by providing space to see someone for their abilities rather than disabilities. document.write(1900 + thisyear); Through the Community Impact Grants, the Seattle Mariners Care Foundation seeks to help The Early Childhood Preparedness Program provides materials for students and their families to learn through small, daily activities at home. The longevity project convenes and coordinates elders, community members, professionals, and organizations working toward longevity equity. GoochlandCares - $30,000 WebCommunity Impact Grants: 1. Income-based home ownership, critical home repairs, and affordable rentals enable families to secure safe, healthy, affordable homes. The Mariners invest in efforts that focus on long-term, systems-level change; preference will be given to initiatives engaged in research and advocacy. Shalom Farms supports the building of healthy communities by growing and sharing healthy food. Examples of indirect operating expenses related to the project may include the following areas: fund development, internal operations such as IT upgrades, financial management tools, administrative costs, essential staffing, and/or core program costs. ChildSavers supports the guidance our community's children through life's critical moments with trauma-informed mental health and child development services. In December 2022, Madison Community Foundation (MCF) announced $697,500 in grants to 12 nonprofits throughout the Madison area. The READ Center - $25,000 Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and funding decisions are typically completed Connecticut Foodshare is pleased to release this grant funding opportunity to support food assistance programs in its network. $15,000 to build the capacity of Madisons first professional regional musical theater company. LISC make high-quality, affordable housing available to low-income and vulnerable residents through affordable housing development and preservation. Mechanics of FAITH provides vehicle repairs for individuals referred to the organization by community partners including Network2WorkRVA. $45,000 to Groundswell Conservancy to build a Conservation Graduate Crew, in collaboration with Operation Fresh Start, to help overcome some of the barriers of entry into the conservation field for people of color. Goodman Love & Legacy Campaign to support community events Peter Paul - $50,000 Food distribution programs target supporting the Latino community. Virginia Excels advances advocacy focused on ensuring educational equity in the Richmond region that engages parents and youth. The Mariners are also interested in efforts that grow organizational or sector understanding of the connection between physical activity and mental health. Communities In Schools of Richmond- $100,000 This round of grants awards organizations focused on changing the systems in athletics, education and beyond that have historically impacted the ability of Flagler Housing and Homelessness Services provides residents with the tools they need to regain long-term stability through a housing first approach. The Outdoor Adventures Program increases access to and opportunities for outdoor experiences and builds a stronger community by providing space to see someone for their abilities rather than disabilities. To promote nonprofit board service, connect diverse residents to nonprofit board opportunities, and support organizations' recruitment activities for diversity, equity, and inclusion. Combined Jewish Philanthropies is pleased to announce our FY23 Arts and Culture Community Impact Grant Fund (the Fund). Community Impact Grants - The Golden Civic Foundation Community Impact Grants Overview Online applications were due on Tuesday, March 1, 2022. This program helps individuals find, secure, and remain in a living wage career. WebD onate Now. Henrico Community Food Banks provides access to nutritious food in an equitable and dignified manner to those in need. ART 180 gives Richmond youth, especially those from under-resourced schools, the opportunity to express themselves through art and share stories with others. 2354 Garden Road, Monterey, CA, 93940. Virginia Early Childhood Foundation - $100,000 Since the program began, grants have been awarded to Neighborhood Planning Units and the Atlanta Planning Advisory Growth and diversification of the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the region ensures that all potential entrepreneurs can access training and resources. Henrico Community Food Bank - $25,000 A select number of applicants will be invited on September 23 to submit a full proposal, which consists of completing an online application. Through the Community Impact Grants, the Seattle Mariners Care Foundation seeks to help communities across Washington and Oregon, increase positive health outcomes for youth and accelerate equitable outcomes for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities. Educational programs featuring high-quality object-based programming support teachers and provide a rich and engaging experience for students. $25,000 to Clean Wisconsin to expand its summer science internship program into a year-round fellowship program. The Commonwealth Institute provides communities of color and people with low incomes with opportunity to have a voice in the development of education, health care, and tax policies. document.write(thisyear); WebFY23 Community Impact Grant Program Overview. Hanover Education Foundation - $25,000 $15,000 to increase access to Girl Scouts among ethnically diverse and low income students by partnering with local youth service organizations to bring scouting directly to girls in need, free of charge. This program helps individuals find, secure, and remain in a living wage career. Homeward provides system support for homelessness services through the collaboration, coordination, and cooperation of regional resources and services. The Hive- $15,000 With Project Solis, West High Green Club and the Madison school district plan to integrate solar energy use into the schools science curriculum, using computer-based monitoring and student research. In addition, no more than 30% of the requested grant funding may be used for indirect costs that contribute to the organizations ability to implement the grant project, or for building and/or sustaining operational capacity for the duration of the grant period. WebCommunity Impact Grants allow organizations in Dunn County to meet critical needs and opportunities, while setting measurable objectives to demonstrate impact. Podium RVA - $25,000 Rebuilding Together provides free home repair and modification services to low-income homeowners, including seniors unable to repair homes independently. Virginia Housing Alliance works to expand housing opportunity and end homelessness through advocacy, education, and collaboration. We're proud to support these organizations as $50,000 will support a campaign to expand its footprint and provide more social services, including increased food pantry and product distribution and improved safety and accessibility for volunteers. $50,000 for the new building and performance space to increase capacity for teaching and performing circus arts, as well as fostering arts entrepreneurship. Equity Partners grants supported leaders of color in Delaware and the organizations and communities they serve, as part of the DCFs commitment to build opportunity so all Delaware residents can overcome barriers to success, benefit equitably This award supports Henrico County Public School students, families, and/or teachers through special projects identified as opportunities by the superintendent. The CVHS-Petersburg Recovery Center supports young adults, ages 18 and older, who are patients in the substance use disorders (SUD) recovery program. Shalom Farms- $25,000 Richmond City Health District - $15,000 Reynolds Community College Foundation - $50,000 Grants awarded in this category aim to ensure that young people achieve in school, engage in their community and are prepared for the workforce. School-based CIS Site Coordinators build equity in education and empower success by removing barriers for students at risk of dropping out. WebWe currently have the following specialized grant opportunities available: ESL Black & Latino Equity Grant. Attention: Monterey County Storm Relief Fund. The Foundation welcomes grant applications from nonprofit organizations which benefit LaGrange County, or its citizens. Community Impact Grants - The Golden Civic Foundation Community Impact Grants Overview Online applications were due on Tuesday, March 1, 2022. Homeward provides system support for homelessness services through the collaboration, coordination, and cooperation of regional resources and services. The Science of Wisconsins Environment will be featured in a new youth publication to help other groups adopt Free Press extended-day models. $30,000 to provide digital access to the museums collection of Mexican Modernist art, and to develop programming to celebrate Mexican art and culture and develop meaningful connections with Madisons Latinx community. HOW DO I APPLY? Beyond Boundaries - $20,000 The Central Virginia Special Education Project increases access to special education advocacy by creating partnerships among legal services agencies, law firms, parent advocates, and the community. In the process of culling the applications to a fundable pool, the evaluation team will consider: Additionally, the evaluators will tend to respond more favorably to projects or programs that: All Letters of Intent should be no more than two pages in length and must be submitted on the applicants letterhead to the Community Foundation. Urban Baby Beginnings increases professional and paraprofessional health access, provides social support, and addresses systemic barriers to reduce adverse outcomes and isolation experienced by families of color during the prenatal, postpartum, and early. Mechanics of FAITH provides vehicle repairs for individuals referred to the organization by community partners including Network2WorkRVA. MBL Foundation - $25,000 Awards typically range from $100,000 to WebCommunity Impact Grants: 1. Chicago Urban League, IL. (Includes second installment of two-year, $1 million grant.). LISC make high-quality, affordable housing available to low-income and vulnerable residents through affordable housing development and preservation. The Fresh Start program provides transitional housing and case management to individuals experiencing homelessness in the Greater Richmond area. Children's Home Society of Virginia - $25,000 $35,000 to the Deerfield Community Center to install a solar energy system for its Food Pantry and Senior Center, lowering heating and controlling costs while also increasing safety for senior visitors by providing a covered walkway into the building. ACTS provides funds and linkages to community resources to individuals and families who are at risk of losing their housing due to temporary financial hardship. Youth partnership programs provide K-12 youth with fun, in-depth arts education and mentoring opportunities. Daniel started covering Pearland City Council, Pearland ISD and Brazoria County for Community Impact in October 2022. Church Hill Activities & Tutoring - $25,000 Under the Improving Health & Wellbeing Strand, grants of 25,000 to 50,000 are available to eligible organisations for strategic and impactful projects that help improve outcomes for children at a national and/or local level.. 1. Grant funds support expansion of the Building Pathways to Healthcare Jobs program. WebWe currently have the following specialized grant opportunities available: ESL Black & Latino Equity Grant. Organizations that received a Community Impact Grant in the most recent grant year may apply, but preference will be given to organizations that have not recently received funding from the Foundation. Before grant funding is available, the grantee and the Community Foundation will execute a grant agreement. VPM works for the advancement of equity in early childhood education in our communities. The overall grant making criteria and application process are the same for each of these grants and are detailed below. Our Veteran Housing Grants Program was created to help nonprofits fund the development and repair of multi-unit veteran housing facilities. FRIENDS Association for Children - $25,000 Re-Establish Richmond fills service gaps within refugee communities, provides support for refugee resettlement, and empowers refugee families to thrive. The workforce development program serves high school students and young adults in the East End of Richmond by preparing them for a variety of work experiences. (Includes second installment of two-year, $1 million grant.). Mail a check: Community Foundation for Monterey County. Grants are made to specific projects that make a positive and sustained impact on the community, by benefiting youth, vulnerable and under-represented people or by supporting our communities' unique cultural programs. This grant program launches as a key part of the Connecticut Foodshare 2022-2025 Community Impact Plan to increase food access and transform the client experience. $30,000 to the Music Academy of Sun Prairie to create an outreach coordinator position to help expand and develop new culturally responsive programming in the school system. Together, we can explore and appreciate the beauty of Jewish arts and culture. Specific details of Directions, P.O. Food distribution programs target supporting the Latino community. Promotion and understanding of Black history in Virginia provides educational resources, services, and opportunities for Richmond residents, visitors, and youth. YMCA of Greater Richmond - $100,000 Shalom Farms supports the building of healthy communities by growing and sharing healthy food. A portfolio of emergency grants, microloans, and additional financial counseling support small businesses as part of MBL's Small Business Capital Access Program. 3409 Moore Street This award supports Richmond Public School students, families, and/or teachers through special projects identified as opportunities by the superintendent. Our hope is that the project strengthens our wonderful neighborhoods by narrowing racial disparities and increasing opportunities for all our citizens to thrive. Tom Linfield, MCF Vice President of Community Impact, 1:2 challenge of $50,000 for the Lodi Area Community Endowment to increase support of a wide array of Lodi-area nonprofits doing important work, $25,000 for Project Solis, a renewable energy pilot program to install 100 solar panels at West High School, reducing carbon emissions and supporting a youth-led movement for solutions to environmental challenges, "Madison Community Foundation's funding will serve as an important stepping stone in helping our school and district achieve its vision of carbon neutrality. Additional consideration is given to programs that serve under-resourced populations. Voices for Virginia's Children - $25,000 Community Health Workers provide services for residents of the Creighton Court public housing community and Latino communities around the Southwood Apartments. Emergency shelter combined with case management works to move residents into permanent housing as quickly as possible and meet immediate needs of clients. 3. } Virginia Literacy Foundation - $50,000 Youth education enhances learning for Richmond students at under-resourced schools. $30,000 to Foundation for Dane County Parks, $40,000 to the Madison Public Market Foundation. Brightpoint Community College Foundation - $50,000 CIS Richmond will support 21,000 students over 40 sites, with a particular focus on the expanding mental health needs of students. WebCommunity Impact Grants. Collectively, the Foundation will provide over $8.94 million in grants and scholarships in its 2015-2016 fiscal year. Groundwork RVA - $50,000 $37,500 to the Goodman Community Center for its Goodman Love & Legacy Campaign to support staff education and skill building around strategic fundraising as the Goodman Center approaches its 70th anniversary. Invest in organizations, coalitions, and efforts that prioritize systemic approaches to create and accelerate equitable outcomes for BIPOC communities. WebOne of the ways the DCF is building opportunity and advancing equity for all in Delaware is through our Community Impact Grants. Grantmaking at the Community Foundation is a thoughtful process. Made possible by donor established funds, the Community Foundation'sCommunity Impact grantsare awarded througha competitive process and support local nonprofits whose strategies and outcomes align with the Foundations four focus areas:community vibrancy,economic prosperity,educational success, andhealth and wellness. While the grant agreement will define the required components of grant evaluations, the following items are generally included in the grant reports: Frequently, the Community Foundations program staff will visit the grant site to check on progress or experience the project in action. Ensure that all young people can realize the many rewards of physical activity, in particular the benefits to their mental health. Funding went to several community centers during the pre-pandemic push, and to support the outreach efforts of the Latino Workforce Academy, African American Council of Churches, and Freedom Inc. $25,000 for a capital campaign to fund Arts + Literature Laboratorys new space in the Capitol East neighborhood. WebCommunity Impact Grants allow organizations in Dunn County to meet critical needs and opportunities, while setting measurable objectives to demonstrate impact. $30,000 to help fund a community splash pad for area children and their families. Connecticut Foodshare is pleased to release this grant funding opportunity to support food assistance programs in its network. Maymont- $20,000 They will carry out a wide variety of duties to support the implementation of several participatory grantmaking programs. College access programs support high school students in Richmond and the surrounding counties. The regional grassroots advocacy effort in the Richmond region advocates for improved policies and increased investments in child care for Virginias youngest children. 3. WebOur Community Impact Grants are designed to provide a significant boost to local community assistance, education and environmental protection efforts. HumanKind - $35,000 Maggie Walker Community Land Trust - $550,000 $35,000 to Madison Youth Choirs for its Amplifying Every Voice project to expand participation, remove barriers to entry and increase diversity in the Youth Choirs. $15,000 seed funding to develop programming for the new downtown plaza to help build community and stem social isolation, including multi-cultural and multi-generational activities and a farmers market. ReWork Richmond - $25,000 IT4Causes - $20,000 Sportable - $20,000 Urban Hope- $50,000 Community-based advocacy and fitness programs make the Richmond region a safer, healthier, and more sustainable place to live and work. document.write(1900 + thisyear); Grants within this Strand of funding will be made to ensure that children and young FRIENDS provides high-quality, curriculum-driven, educational programs for low-to-moderate income families in the greater Richmond area. The grants address opportunities and support organizations in five focus areas: learning, community development, arts and culture, environment, and organizational capacity building. We administer the grants under the auspices of Core Program Areas Education Civic Development Human Services Through the housing first model, VSH provides permanent affordable housing units and comprehensive supportive services to formerly homeless individuals. $46,000 to expand the STEM Immersion Camp and mentoring program to prepare girls and youth of color for education and careers in computer science and technology. WebCommunity Impact Grants The Power to Thrive Encompassing all of our core program areas, Community Impact Grants respond to the diverse needs in each of the communities we serve across Arizona. $15,000 to Madison Ballet to expand opportunities for choreographers of color throughout the organization, from students, to emerging choreographers, to commissioning more established choreographers to build new works to permanently enter Madison Ballet's repertoire. Education programs establish trusted and meaningful connections with families and set the stage for children to continue making grade-level progress. Advocacy campaigns focus on bringing the voices of public transit-dependent people in the Richmond region to discussions about public transit. Urban Baby Beginnings - $25,000 The Gleaning Network coordinates volunteers, growers, and distribution agencies to salvage food in support of Richmond residents. VCU's School of Education: Minority Educator Recruitment, Retention and Equity Center/RTR Petersburg works to recruit, support, and retain educators of color. WebSeattle Mariners Community Impact Grants: Focus Areas Through the Community Impact Grants, the Seattle Mariners Care Foundation seeks to help communities across Washington and Oregon, increase positive health outcomes for youth and accelerate equitable outcomes for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities. The Salvation Army- $30,000 $27,000 to launch The 100 Scholars Process, a support network of educators, tutors, corporate, adult and peer mentors, and the dedicated membership of 100 Black Men of Madison, for students who have demonstrated or are capable of high achievement in academic, leadership, and creativity. WebTo learn more about ESL Community Impact and the ESL Charitable Foundation, please call us at 585.339.4411 or email us at impact@esl.org. Site coordinators weave supports around at-risk students and work with community partners to create access to resources that help students overcome barriers to achievement. Rigorous, evidence-based programs measurably increase thousands of Virginians knowledge, skills, and capacity to advance equity in schools, businesses, and communities. WebCommunity Impact Grants Application Process. Circles RVA - $15,000 EIN: 39-6038248. $45,000 capacity-building grant to help build the foundations financial stability by hiring staff and building operational infrastructure. $50,000 to REAP Food Group to increase its development capacity by training board members to actively participate in donor stewardship and fundraising and hiring a grant writer. Grants are awarded from the Unrestricted Endowment Fund, select field of interest funds, and from collaborative funding provided by Community Foundation partners, including the Smithville Charitable Foundation. The workforce development program serves high school students and young adults in the East End of Richmond by preparing them for a variety of work experiences. Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio recognizes this and provides Community Impact Grants of up to $12,500 to support smaller initiatives and organizations that have a large impact on community health. This award supports Richmond Public School students, families, and/or teachers through special projects identified as opportunities by the superintendent. The 2023 Community Impact Grant Program (CIG) is funded by the Department of City Planning to assist NPUs in their efforts to improve their neighborhoods and the City as a whole. HOME of VA works to tackle systemically divisive housing practices through fair housing enforcement and research, advocacy, and statewide policy work. Attention: Monterey County Storm Relief Fund. We couldnt be more honored to support these deserving organizations, said Fred Rivera, Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President. Awarding grants to Vineyard non-profits has been at the core of our mission since 1982. The Richmond Housing Outreach program provides legal representation and education to prevent eviction of low-income, elderly and disabled people at no cost. In addition to 12 Anniversary Grants awarded through May 2018, MCF awarded 21 Community Impact grants in 2017 that grow and sustain the important work of nonprofits throughout Dane County. $20,000 for the merger of Arts + Literature Laboratory and Greater Madison Jazz Consortium. Community Foundation for a greater Richmond. $25,000 to expand its successful tutoring program to Goodman Community Center. The Teaspoons Bakery provides a life skills and employment training program for young adults with developmental disabilities. The Richmond Symphony provides youth with opportunities to engage in the arts through orchestra programs. The advancement of high-quality mentoring relationships empower, elevate, and encourage young people. The Center of Hope will create more shelter capacity and space to include collaborative partners in permanent housing solutions for those experiencing homelessness. CARITAS - $40,000 Preparing Letters of Intent. Annually, the DCF awards over $600,000 Grant funds support expansion of the Building Pathways to Healthcare Jobs program. We are even more inspired and committed now to spearheading sustainability initiatives and promoting awareness of pressing environmental challenges facing Madison and our world." The Community Foundation does not accept requests for: We typically do not fund requests for general operating support only. The Seattle Mariners Community Impact Grant program will provide support to a third area of focus through an invitation only process. Through an invitation-only process, the Mariners support coalitions and organizations working to ensure that everyone, especially BIPOC communities, has the opportunity to thrive. Re-Establish Richmond - $25,000 if (thisyear >= 2000) { // covers JScript post 2000 $25,000 to support a key component of SSFPs 25th year of writing, publishing, and sparking academic success. 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