Nonprofit Update June 2018: Events & Funding Opportunities

William T. Grant Foundation
William T. Grant Foundation seeks applications for inequality research to support approaches to reducing inequality in youth outcomes based on race, ethnicity, economic standing, or immigrant origin status.

The work and impact of San Diego nonprofits is important to advance a vibrant quality of life in the San Diego region. To support your efforts, we’re sharing valuable information every month about upcoming workshops, events, fundraising opportunities and resources with your organization.

What’s Upcoming

  • Nonprofit Management Solutions is hosting Culture & You: A Game Plan for Creating an Energized, Powerful and Competitive Workplace Culture. This event takes place June 21 at 11:30am at The San Diego Foundation. Learn More>
  • Join The San Diego Foundation Malin Burnham Center for Civic Engagement for a community conversation on Clearing the Air: Addressing the Health Impacts of Air Quality in San Diego. Speakers include Hanna Grene, Atul Malhotra M.D., and Nicola Hedge. This event takes place June 22 at 11:30am at La Mesa Community Center. RSVP by June 18. Learn More>
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Other Funding Opportunities

  • The Fund for Shared Insight seeks applications for the practice of listening. The Listen for Good (L4G) initiative is focused on applying a semi-standard survey instrument, which includes using the Net Promoter System employed widely in customer feedback circles, to the nonprofit beneficiary context. Eighteen-month grants of $30,000, as well as access to technical assistance, will be awarded for program implementation. Deadline June 29
  • The Woodward & Curran Foundation invites applications to address water issues. The foundation’s Impact Fund will award $100,000 over three years to an innovative project that applies or advances technology by addressing a water issue (e.g., water, wastewater, stormwater, etc.) related to climate change. Deadline June 30
  • The National Geographic Society is seeking proposals for human migration programs. Funding requests should be less than $30,000; however, applicants may request up to $70,000. The Documenting Human Migrations program supports the use of dynamic storytelling and education to inspire empathy and action from policymakers and people of all ages with respect to migrant and refugee communities. Deadline July 10
  • The Ray C. Anderson Foundation is requesting proposals for greenhouse gas reduction. The NextGen program will issue a single grant of $90,000 to fund work in the 2019 calendar year, by an existing or new program that will measurably reduce the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Projects must be measured by metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e), either by preventing the emission of those gases or by sequestering gases presently in the atmosphere. Deadline July 11
  • The William T. Grant Foundation seeks applications for inequality research. Grants of up to $600,000 will be awarded over two or three years in support of research designed to build, test, and increase understanding of approaches to reducing inequality in youth outcomes based on race, ethnicity, economic standing, or immigrant origin status. The foundation is particularly interested in research on programs, policies, and practices with the potential to reduce inequality in academic, social, behavioral, and economic outcomes. Deadline August 1

Resources

  • Nonprofit organizations can utilize our Community Engagement Space for conference and meeting rooms at no charge. Learn more >
  • Through a partnership with The Foundation, Nonprofit Management Solutions offers access to a free resource library for management and fundraising information.

Local Resources

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