Funding Opportunities

COVID-19 Student Support Recovery Grant

Request for Proposals

Description. SBHSN is accepting applications for School District, School-Based Telehealth program services. Telehealth is the distribution of health-related services and information via electronic information and telecommunication technologies. It allows long-distance patient and clinician contact, care, advice, reminders, education, intervention, monitoring, and remote admissions.  Read more

Grantmakers for Girls of Color (G4GC): Love is Healing COVID-19 Response Fund

The G4GC Love is Healing COVID-19 Response Fund seeks to support U.S. coalitions and organizations that have been fighting historical inequities and the marginalization of girls of color well before COVID-19. The Fund will provide grants of up to $25,000 to nonprofit organizations (including those with fiscal sponsorship) and coalitions led by womxn or girls of color and/or with a primary mission to reach girls of color, fem(mes), and gender-expansive youth of color. Applications will be accepted by invitation only through November 2020; however, interested organizations can submit an interest form for consideration. FAQs are available here.

Support for Solutions Focused on Employment Concerns in the U.S.

Reimagining Pathways to Employment in the U.S. Challenge
The Reimagining Pathways to Employment in the U.S. Challenge, powered by MIT Solve, the Morgridge Family Foundation, and New Profit, seeks the most promising solutions that accelerate pathways to current and future employment across the United States. Solutions that focus on non-coastal states, U.S. interior regions, and/or racial justice are encouraged. Nonprofit, for-profit, and hybrid organizations, as well as individuals, are eligible to apply. Selected finalists will pitch before the Challenge judges, who will determine which solutions are the most promising. At least five teams will be selected to receive a minimum of $100,000 in grant funding and additional support. The deadline to submit a solution is November 9, 2020. Visit the Challenge’s website to review the guidelines and FAQs.

COVID-19 Related Funding

Grantstation.com helps you find the latest COVID-19 funding opportunities for nonprofits, small businesses, journalists, and artists, updated each business day and listed by deadline date. Learn more

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Funding Opportunities

COVID-19 Student Support Recovery Grant

Request for Proposals

Description. SBHSN is accepting applications for School District, School-Based Telehealth program services. Telehealth is the distribution of health-related services and information via electronic information and telecommunication technologies. It allows long-distance patient and clinician contact, care, advice, reminders, education, intervention, monitoring, and remote admissions.  Read more

Grantmakers for Girls of Color (G4GC): Love is Healing COVID-19 Response Fund

The G4GC Love is Healing COVID-19 Response Fund seeks to support U.S. coalitions and organizations that have been fighting historical inequities and the marginalization of girls of color well before COVID-19. The Fund will provide grants of up to $25,000 to nonprofit organizations (including those with fiscal sponsorship) and coalitions led by womxn or girls of color and/or with a primary mission to reach girls of color, fem(mes), and gender-expansive youth of color. Applications will be accepted by invitation only through November 2020; however, interested organizations can submit an interest form for consideration. FAQs are available here.

Support for Solutions Focused on Employment Concerns in the U.S.

Reimagining Pathways to Employment in the U.S. Challenge
The Reimagining Pathways to Employment in the U.S. Challenge, powered by MIT Solve, the Morgridge Family Foundation, and New Profit, seeks the most promising solutions that accelerate pathways to current and future employment across the United States. Solutions that focus on non-coastal states, U.S. interior regions, and/or racial justice are encouraged. Nonprofit, for-profit, and hybrid organizations, as well as individuals, are eligible to apply. Selected finalists will pitch before the Challenge judges, who will determine which solutions are the most promising. At least five teams will be selected to receive a minimum of $100,000 in grant funding and additional support. The deadline to submit a solution is November 9, 2020. Visit the Challenge’s website to review the guidelines and FAQs.

COVID-19 Related Funding

Grantstation.com helps you find the latest COVID-19 funding opportunities for nonprofits, small businesses, journalists, and artists, updated each business day and listed by deadline date. Learn more