Funding and Resource Opportunities | December 2015
Andrew Young School of Policy Studies
Capstone Team Proposals
Deadline: December 18, 2015
The Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University is soliciting projects with public and nonprofit organizations for students pursuing a Master of Public Administration (MPA), Master in Public Policy (MPP) or Master of Science in Criminal Justice degree. These projects require teams of students to address problems or conduct research for a client organization. Projects will be conducted in the spring semester, beginning January 11 through May 3, 2016. Projects may require service delivery assessment, program evaluation, fiscal analysis, economic impact analysis, policy analysis or research.
Callaway Foundation, Inc.
Grants for LaGrange and Troup County
Deadline: December 31, 2015
The Foundation Board meets four times per year in January, April, July, and October. Grant requests and applications are due the last day of the month preceding the meetings. Grants are usually made for the benefit of projects and people in LaGrange and Troup County, Georgia. Preference is given to enduring construction projects and capital equipment. Challenge grants may be of special interest to the Foundation.
TechBridge & Accenture
Technology Innovation Awards
Deadline: February 1, 2016
TechBridge, a nonprofit that drives community impact by bringing affordable technology and business expertise to other nonprofits, is now accepting applications for one organization to win a technology makeover. The winner will receives up to $25,000 in TechBridge Services, $5,000 Cash for project costs, and thousands of dollars in software. Two finalists will each receive a technology assessment and $1,000 Cash Grant. The prizes are made possible through a partnership with Accenture, a leading management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company.
American Evaluation Association (Atlanta Chapter)
Pro Bono Evaluation Services
The Atlanta-area Evaluation Association (atl-eval.org) will pilot a pro-bono evaluation program this spring. This program will serve non profit organizations who are just beginning to use evaluation processes to better understand program impact, institutional impact, and other data-driven decisions. The application process will be open in February. Be on the look out for a brief informational webinar in January. Contact Erin Lebow-Skelley at [email protected]rg for more details.
Aflac has a strong commitment to corporate citizenship that can be seen in four areas: health, education, youth and the arts. The company accepts grant requests two months prior to its scheduled quarterly meetings in Feburary, May, August, and November.
Corporate Giving Program
Wells Fargo looks to support projects that keep communities strong, diverse, and vibrant and prefers to fund outcome-driven programs versus unrestricted sponsorships and events for non-profits. The company makes contributions to organizations with tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, as well as qualified tribal and governmental agencies, including public school systems.
Compiled and edited by Kellie Ladipo, Marketing Manager at the Georgia Center for Nonprofits.