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Grants for Nonprofits : Minorities


 

 

A compilation of web pages of potential interest to nonprofit organizations seeking funding opportunities related to minorities.


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113 Federal Grant Programs for Native Americans
http://www.educationmoney.com/native_americans.html
The Department of the Interior, the Department of Agriculture, as well as other Federal agencies have designated the following programs to further the goals of Native American Indian self-determination, including: Alaska Natives, Natives of Hawaii, Tribal Communities and Indian serving institutions. EducationMoney.com repackages information from the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance in an interesting manner.
(Last checked 05/01/17)

Center for Arab American Philanthropy
Capacity Building and Operational Support Grant
http://www.centeraap.org/
Deadline : April 12
CAAP will award grants a minimum of $5,000 to a maximum of $20,000 for organizations seeking support for capacity-building activities and general operations. These grants are for one year only, beginning July 1, 2009 and ending June 30, 2010. Organizations awarded a 2009 Capacity Building and Operational Support grant may be eligible for future funding opportunities through the Center, as available. Some percentage of the requested funding must be allocated for capacity-building activities. Check with the Center for Arab American Philanthropy to see if applications will be accepted for 2010-2011.
(Last checked 05/01/17)

Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP)
http://www.hiponline.org/home/
Hispanics in Philanthropy supports Latino community projects through the "Funders' Collaborative for Strong Latino Communities" program, which is a "regranting initiative that provides capacity-building grants to small-to-medium sized Latino nonprofits." Grants have been provided to more than 250 non-profits led by Latinos, including organizations in the upper midwest.
(Last checked 05/01/17)

MANA: A National Latina Organization
http://www.hermana.org
MANA seeks to empower Latinas through "leadership development, community service, and advocacy." MANA's site indicates that members of the organization have access to grant opportunities. The site also provides contact information for local chapters, including MANA de Metro Detroit. The link provided actually takes you to a list of possible scholarships available to Latina/Lationo students.
(Last checked 05/01/17)

National Council of La Raza (NCLR)
http://lideres.nclr.org/
Providing financial awards is one of many ways that NCLR fulfills its mission of supporting Latino communities in the United States. The NCLR has competitive financial awards (sponsored by the Annie E. Casey and Ford Foundations) for outstanding affiliate programs. Five awards are given to affiliate programs that focus on strengthening the family, and another $25,000 is awarded to the "Affiliate of the Year." Information about each award is available here. This link actually takes you to a list of scholarships.
(Last checked 05/01/17)

Top 50 FC 1000 Foundations Awarding Grants to Recipients in Michigan, for Ethnic or Racial Minorities, 2011
http://data.foundationcenter.org/#/fc1000/population_group:minorities/state:MI/top:foundations/list/2011
Source : Foundation Stats, 2013, from the Foundation Center.
(Last checked 05/01/17)

Top 50 FC 1000 Foundations Awarding Grants to Recipients in Michigan, for Immigrants & Refugees, 2011
http://data.foundationcenter.org/#/fc1000/population_group:immigrants_refugees/state:MI/top:foundations/list/2011
Source : Foundation Stats, 2013, from the Foundation Center.
(Last checked 05/01/17)

Top 50 FC 1000 Foundations Awarding Grants to Recipients in Michigan, for Men & Boys, 2011
http://data.foundationcenter.org/#/fc1000/population_group:men_boys/state:MI/top:foundations/list/2011
Source : Foundation Stats, 2013, from the Foundation Center.
(Last checked 05/01/17)

Top 50 FC 1000 Foundations Awarding Grants to Recipients in Michigan, for Women & Girls, 2011
http://data.foundationcenter.org/#/fc1000/population_group:women_girls/state:MI/total/list/2011
Source : Foundation Stats, 2013, courtesy of the Foundation Center.
(Last checked 05/01/17)

United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC)
http://www.ushcc.com/
Providing financial awards and assistance is one of the ways in which the US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce supports Latino businesses. The Anna Maria Arias Memorial Business Fund provides financial awards (ranging from $1000 to $5,000) to outstanding Latina business owners throughout the United States. Application forms are linked from the USHCC site.
(Last checked 05/01/17)

 

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