Nonprofits interested in partnering with residents, community leaders and stakeholders in activities that promote community cohesion, foster constructive relationship with community residents and stakeholders.
The collaboration will consider proposals from groups, agencies and organizations with a charitable status as determined by the IRS internal revenue code 501(c) 3. Please note: Entities that do not have this designation may use a fiscal sponsor (organization recognized as a 501 (c) 3 charitable entity) to serve as the recipient and manager of the grant. Eligible nonprofits are required to have board membership that is at least 10 percent people of color. The term “people of color” refers to all persons who are not categorized as white by the U.S. Census.
Criteria for funding will include the expected activities and events and the prospect for promoting peace, community building and cohesion and building social connections, the track record of the applicant, the degree of the collaboration with others and willingness to share information and plans, and the quality of the proposal as described below.
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