Learn about potential grant funding and other resources for nonprofit organizational and professional growth.
Funding and Resources
We often learn about opportunities for funding and other nonprofit resources that may benefit our various fiscally sponsored projects. When we receive updates in our inboxes, we’ll post them here. Make sure you check back as these change frequently!
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The California Arts Council has two weeks left in its open call for applicants to serve on peer-review panels for the 2024 grant season. The state art agency is seeking arts and cultural practitioners from disparate communities statewide to volunteer for a critical role in the grant application process as grant review panelists. Applications for the panelist opportunity will close on Friday, March 8. Grant panelists work both independently and virtually alongside other panelists to evaluate grant applications, ensuring an equitable, honest, and thorough review and ranking process. The panel experience provides great insight into the grant-making process and can serve as a professional development practice for their career and artistic goals.
The San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD) in collaboration with the San Francisco Human Services Agency’s (SFHSA) Department of Disability and Aging Services (DAS) announce their intent to seek proposals from nonprofit organizations interested in providing onsite supportive services within indicated Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) properties.
DCYF is excited to kick off technical assistance and capacity building trainings for the fall. Their series of upcoming workshops and cohort applications include the following: Behavior Guidance & Classroom Management through a Social Justice Lens; Developing Meaningful and Engaging Curriculum; Trauma, Development, and the Brain; Whole Family Support: SEL with Adults; and Brown Bag Healthy Boundaries. Learn about these programs and more by visiting their calendar at the link below.
The California Wellness Foundation's latest round of grants prioritizes community health and supports California’s communities that have been disproportionately harmed by the COVID-19 pandemic and economic instability. Read about The California Wellness Foundation grants fund at the link.
Apply for a grant if you want to open a new storefront. Get help finding a location, negotiating a commercial lease, and opening a new storefront in San Francisco. Businesses must attend a Commercial Lease Negotiation Webinar, complete a business plan, have a Letter of Intent (LOI), and submit relevant documentation in order to apply. Grant awards are $25,000 or $50,000.
Microsoft Tech for Social Impact is dedicated to providing affordable and accessible technology and tools to help nonprofits of all sizes achieve their mission. They offer grants and discounts of their products and services to eligible nonprofits worldwide.
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