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Find Grant Opportunities on Our Events Page!

Thursday Jan 30, 2014 - Comments: 0

In an effort to make our site into a clearinghouse for the best resources from the community stabilization field, we have added grant opportunities to our events page! As new funding sources are brought to our attention, we will share them with you, our Stabilize readers, and make them easy to find by clicking here.

 

We’ve just added information about a few grant opportunities that might interest your organization:

 

Bush Foundation Community Innovation Grants

The application is now open to apply for a Community Innovation Grant from the Bush Foundation. These grants are designed for organizations to lead the process of creating a community innovation and will award up to $200,000 to organizations addressing all sorts of community needs. Projects can be at various stages of the problem-solving process including identifying the need, increasing collective understanding of the issue, generating ideas, or testing and implementing solutions. Proposals can focus on one area or span multiple stages. Applications need to be submitted by March 13. A second grant round will open in August.  Visit the How to Apply page for more information.

 

Mutual of America's Community Partnership Award

The Mutual of America Community Partnership Award annually honors the outstanding contributions that nonprofit organizations, in partnership with public, private and other social sector organizations, make to society. Each year, the Mutual of America Foundation sponsors a national competition in which hundreds of organizations demonstrate the value of their partnership to the communities they serve, their ability to be replicated by others and their capacity to stimulate new approaches to addressing significant social issues. Applications are due April 1. Click here for more about how to apply.

 

Keep checking back at StableCommunities.org  for more funding opportunities to field your community stabilization activities.

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