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Funding and Resource Opportunities | November 2019

This month’s roundup features new opportunities for nonprofits working to change human service delivery, measure human progress, preserve sites related to the Civil Rights Movement, improve the financial health of low-income families, and more. Plus: Your chance to join the 192-member Georgia Balance of State Continuum of Care.

These opportunities have been sourced from Candid’s Philanthropy News Digest, GrantStation, and Grant Gopher, as well as grantmakers’ online notices.

MENTOR Network Charitable Fund
Community Partners
Deadline: November 15 (Letters of interest)
Grants of up to $5,000 will go to nonprofits acting as change agents within human services benefiting people living with disabilities, catastrophic injuries, or illness; youth facing emotional, behavioral, and medical challenges; or elders in need. View details.

Georgia Association for Women Lawyers Foundation
Grant program
Deadline: November 21
Grants of up to $2,000 are available for nonprofits in Georgia serving women and children, especially in the legal system. View details.

Fulton County Department of Community Development
Community Services Program
Deadline: November 22
Nonprofits providing social services in Fulton County pursuant to one of the County’s strategic priority areas (including health, safety, self-sufficiency, economic opportunity, cultural enrichment, and trustworthy government) are invited to apply for funding. View details.

Google.org
Impact Challenge
Deadline: November 29
Supporting big ideas for creating economic opportunity in Georgia, award packages including grants of $175,000, plus Google training and tools, will go to five nonprofits selected by local judges; the public will also vote to award one winner an additional $125,000. View details.

American Association of University Women
Community Action Grants
Deadline: December 1
Grants are available for innovative programs that promote education and equality for women and girls, with special consideration for programs focused on grade-school achievement in science, technology, or math. View details.

United Fresh Start Foundation
Community Innovation Grants Program
Deadline: December 1
Grants of up to $2,500 will go to support visionary initiatives and research that increases families’ access to fresh produce and broadens the selection and consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables. View details.

National Park Service
African American Civil Rights Grant Program
Deadline: December 3
Grants will go to support projects to document, interpret, and preserve sites related to the African American struggle to gain equal rights as citizens in the 20th Century. View details.

Resist
Social Justice Grants
Deadline: December 6
Nonprofits with budgets under $150,000 that work to advance justice and liberation, and are led by those most impacted by systems of oppression, are invited to apply for general support or  accessibility grants of up to $4,000. View details.

WITH Foundation
Grant program
Deadline: December 6 (Letters of interest)
Grants will go to support programs that improve the delivery of healthcare to adults with developmental disabilities and address at least one of a range of specific issues, among them practitioner competency, reimbursement systems, and care coordination. View details.

The Atlantic / Allstate
The Renewal Awards
Deadline: December 10 (Nominations)
Five nonprofits will be recognized with a $40,000 Renewal Award for implementing creative, effective solutions to America’s most pressing problems; one winner will also be presented with the Allstate Youth Empowerment Award. View details.

Department of Health and Human Services
Grants for the Benefit of Homeless Individuals
Deadline: December 16
Grants are available to support the development or expansion of programs that integrate substance use disorder treatment, housing services, and other critical services for individuals and families experiencing homelessness. View details.

KidsGardening.org
Youth Garden Grants
Deadline: December 16
Any U.S. nonprofit planning or expanding a youth gardening program that serves at least 15 youth is eligible for award packages of up to $2,360. View details.

GriffinHarte Foundation
Grant program
Deadline: December 31
Grants of up to $1,000 will go to programs supporting research or conversation that promote the understanding of civility, civil discourse, and civil practices regarding issues of feminism, justice, identity, education, and the ways in which they intersect. View details.

Jackson Healthcare
LoveLifts Village
Deadline: December 31
Discounts are now available for space in a new, state-of-the-art office hub in Alpharetta dedicated to nonprofits, and designed to foster collaboration, idea-sharing, and mutual support. View details.

Economic Opportunity Challenge
Grant program
Deadline: January 28 (registration), February 18 (applications)
Seeking transformative evidence-based solutions aimed at improving the financial health of low-income families ready to implement across the country, this competition will award a $10 million grant to one winner and grants of $100,000 to four finalists. View details.

Doris Day Animal Foundation
Grant program
Deadline: January 31
Grants of up to $5,000 will go to support nonprofits that directly rescue, care for, and protect animals, with a special focus on programs benefiting senior pets. View details.

Georgia Balance of State Continuum of Care
Membership
Deadline: Open
Nonprofits working to prevent and end homelessness in one of 152 HUD-designated Georgia counties are invited to join the 192-member Continuum. Benefits include networking and information-sharing, a voice in statewide priorities and initiatives, and more. View details.

The Glaser Progress Foundation
Independent Media
Deadline: Open
Grants will go to nonprofits with a national focus that work to foster independent voices, and give voice to underrepresented populations, for the purpose of strengthening democracy. View details.

The Glaser Progress Foundation
Measuring Progress
Deadline: Open
Grants will go to nonprofits with a national focus that work to improve understanding and measurement of human progress in service of building a more just, sustainable, and humane world. View details.

Cisco
Global Impact Cash Grants
Deadline: Open
National and multinational nonprofits using internet and network technology in education, economic empowerment, or critical human needs are invited to check their eligibility for funding with an online quiz. View details.

Groundswell Fund
Rapid Response Fund
Deadline: Open
Grants of up to $3,000 are available for organizations on the front lines of social and reproductive justice, and led by low-income women, women of color, and/or transgender people. View details.

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