Funding and Resource Opportunities | January 2016

January 14, 2016
| by Editor |

Our list of January grant and resource opportunities for you to consider this month includes opportunities from TechBridge and Harvard University.


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.

SEI Executive Education at Harvard
Scholarships for Georgia Nonprofit Leaders for Summer 2016
Deadline: February 11, 2016
The Harvard Business School Club of Atlanta is now seeking applicants! Full scholarships are available for two programs, Performance Measurement for Effective Management of Nonprofit Organizations (PMNO) and Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management (SPNM), which will take place on the Harvard campus this coming summer.

The Mattie H. Marshall Foundation 
Grants Program
Deadline: February 15, 2016
The Mattie H. Marshall Foundation supports educational, religious, and human service-related organizations in Americus and Atlanta, GA. February 15 and August 15 are the deadlines for submitting grant proposals to be considered at the spring and fall meetings, respectively.

Georgia Power
Charitable Giving Grants
Deadline: March 2016 & Ongoing
Georiga Power's Charitable Giving program accepts grant requests up to and including $25,000 on an ongoing basis and grant requests greater than $25,000, which must be reviewed and approved by the foundation board, during quarterly meetings in March, June, September and December. Strong preference is given to Georgia-based organizations and programs that seek to improve the quality of life for the state's residents. 

American Evaluation Association (Atlanta Chapter)
Pro Bono Evaluation Services
Deadline: ongoing
The Atlanta-area Evaluation Association ( 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] for more details.


Compiled and edited by Kellie Ladipo, Marketing Manager at the Georgia Center for Nonprofits.

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