Volume XIX | Issue 27 | July 16, 2020


The Mystery of the Disappearing Grantmakers

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Funding Opportunities

COVID-19 Related Funding
Opportunities Related to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Common Counsel Foundation: Grassroots Exchange Fund
The Grassroots Exchange Fund is a rapid response small grants program designed to support networking and collaboration between grassroots social change and environmental justice organizations throughout the United States.

WITH Foundation
The WITH Foundation and the American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry seek to address the challenges primary care providers experience in serving adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities during pandemic or emergency situations.

Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development: COVID-19 Cultural and Museum Preservation Grant Program
The COVID-19 Cultural and Museum Preservation Grant Program provides grants to cultural organizations and museums in Pennsylvania that experienced a loss of revenue from the closure by the proclamation of disaster emergency by the governor.

For more grant opportunities,
visit our COVID-19 Related Funding page.


National Opportunities
Opportunities Throughout the U.S.

Support for Efforts to Improve the Health and Well-Being of Children
Cigna Foundation's Healthier Kids for Our Future initiative seeks to improve the health and well-being of children.

Programs Promoting American Indian Culture and Self-Sufficiency Funded
The Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company Foundation provides grants to nonprofit organizations throughout the United States that support the preservation, promotion, and advancement of American Indian self-sufficiency and culture.

Grants Benefit Vulnerable Populations in the U.S., East Africa, and Central America
Jewish Helping Hands' Tikkun Olam Grant Program is intended to advance the goal of inspiring and supporting tzedakah, justice, and righteousness throughout the world.

Local Initiatives to Advance Affordable Housing Supported
The CommunityWINS (Working/Investing in Neighborhood Stabilization) Grant Program supports local nonprofits in promoting long-term economic prosperity for municipalities by advancing housing affordability solutions.


Regional Opportunities
Opportunities for Specific Areas

Funds for Cultural Collections Preservation in New York State
The Greater Hudson Heritage Network is dedicated to advancing the preservation and interpretation of New York State’s historical, ethnic, and cultural heritages.

Grants Encourage Access to the Legal System in Illinois
The Illinois Equal Justice Foundation supports nonprofit legal aid providers to increase Illinois residents' access to the legal system.

Support for Initiatives to Create a Sustainable Future for Montana
The High Stakes Foundation supports visionary people and organizations that are leading and implementing changes that create a sustainable future for Montana.

Public Libraries in Texas Funded
The Ladd and Katherine Hancher Library Foundation supports public libraries serving the residents of the state of Texas.


Federal Opportunities
Opportunities From the U.S. Government

Program Preserves Native Languages
The Living Languages Grant Program supports Native language instruction and immersion programs for Native students not enrolled at Bureau of Indian Education schools.

Senior Volunteerism Supported
The RSVP Competition is a senior volunteer program that engages people age 55 and older in a diverse range of volunteer activities.


International Funding
For more international and Canadian funding opportunities:
See this month's International Insider and Canadian Insider.


GrantStation Announcements

Funding Alerts

Don't forget to check out the additional Funding Alerts on our homepage—you don't want to miss them!


Other Announcements

TrendTrack

Flourishing Amid Chaos

by Dave Parker

In my first post of this series on social enterprise, I defined a social enterprise as an ongoing initiative offering services or products for sale that generate net revenue, while also yielding measurable social impact. I promised that I would next provide a lens through which to view social enterprise and offer ways to cultivate the conditions for success. Since that post, we've continued to feel the devastating effects of COVID-19 and are in the midst of even more upheaval with the protests stemming from the death of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police. The demands for your services are likely increasing while revenues are falling, and the future uncertain. I want to acknowledge these realities and to confess that writing about social enterprise during these times can feel a bit, well, tone deaf.
 


Online Education

LIVE Workshop: Tracking Volunteers in QuickBooks

DESKTOP Version: Wednesday, July 22, 2020
ONLINE Version: Thursday, July 23, 2020

Are you tracking your volunteers' contact information somewhere? What about the hours they worked? What they did? Many grantors will allow volunteer hours to count towards meeting the matching requirements for a grant, so it is important to keep track of volunteer activity. All of this information can be easily tracked right in your QuickBooks software. To help you with this process, we are very excited to have Gregg Bossen, a CPA specializing in nonprofits and president of QuickBooks Made Easy for Nonprofits, deliver one of his most popular webinars exclusively for us. In this webinar, you will learn how to set up your volunteers in QuickBooks either manually or by import, query to find a volunteer that possesses a skill that you may need, set up and enter time for volunteers by activity, generate volunteer reports, and get QuickBooks to calculate the exact amount of match created. Don't miss this opportunity! You will be VERY glad you came!
 


PathFinder

Effective Fundraising for Civil Society

Are you looking to build your skillset in the area of fundraising? If so, you may want to participate in The Civil Society Academy's online course "Effective Fundraising for Civil Society," which starts on August 17, 2020, and runs for five weeks. This course leads participants through the fundamentals of fundraising, analyzing the mega trends to find points of leverage, and teaching how to communicate value propositions, create powerful stories, and write winning proposals.
 


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