Funding Alert: Homelessness & Poverty


CATHOLIC CAMPAIGN FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

The Campaign, a philanthropic arm of the United States Council of Catholic Bishops, addresses the root causes of poverty in the United States through the support of community-controlled, self-help organizations and through transformative education. The Campaigns community organizing grants focus on supporting low-income led community organizations that bring individuals together and train them to identify and challenge policies and structures in their communities that perpetuate the cycle of poverty. [More...]

CONRAD N. HILTON FOUNDATION

The Foundation invites nominations for the 2007 Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize. [More...]

ELCA WORLD HUNGER

World Hunger is a Program of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America. The Program?s Domestic Hunger grants accompany congregations and their partners throughout the United states and the Caribbean as they draw on the strengths of communities to address local issues such as food security, clean water, housing, job readiness, human rights, policy change, leadership development, and more. [More...]

F.B. HERON FOUNDATION

The Foundation’s mission is to help people and communities help themselves out of poverty. The Foundation primarily invests in enterprises that create reliable income streams for people striving to get out of poverty. [More...]

HELPAMERICA FOUNDATION

The Foundation provides volunteer and financial aid to organizations which support the poor, underprivileged, and needy as well as homeless Americans, including men, women, children, and veterans of war. The Foundation also supports families of active military personnel called to duty. [More...]

HOME DEPOT FOUNDATION

The Foundation’s Affordable Housing Built Responsibly program awards grants to nonprofits whose missions align with the Foundation’s interests in supporting the production and preservation of affordable, efficient, and healthy housing. Most of the Foundation’s grants are awarded through the direct solicitation of proposals from high-performing nonprofits with demonstrated ability to create strong partnerships, impact multiple communities, and leverage grant partners. [More...]

JAMS FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the nation’s premier provider of commercial dispute resolution services. The Foundation’s mission is to encourage the uses of alternative dispute resolution, support education at all levels about collaborative processes for resolving differences, promote innovation in conflict resolution, and advance the settlement of conflict worldwide. [More...]

LIGHT A SINGLE CANDLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to the relief of poverty through effective partnerships. The Foundation is interested in hearing about any and all projects that meet its goals and areas of interest. [More...]

MAYTREE FOUNDATION

The Foundation’s refugee and immigrant grants support community-based programs serving the refugee population in Canada. The Foundation’s objective is to support social justice initiatives. [More...]

MAZON

The Hebrew word for “food,” the Organization’s grantmaking is centered around five funding areas: advocacy, emergency food assistance, food banks, multi-service, and international. The Organization provides both project-specific grants and general support. [More...]

PMI FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the charitable arm of one of the largest private mortgage insurers in the United States. Not surprisingly, the Foundation’s funding priority is homeownership. [More...]

PRESBYTERIAN HUNGER PROGRAM

The Program, supports organizations including Presbyterian congregations in addressing the root and systemic causes of hunger. Proposals must fit into one of five categories: direct food relief, development assistance, public policy advocacy, lifestyle integrity, and education and interpretation. [More...]

REDEMPTORISTS OF THE DENVER PROVINCE

The Organization’s Majella Grant program provides grants up to $5,000 to support organizations that provide services to the poor. Funding priorities are projects that support the most abandoned and economically poor. [More...]

SEVEN FUND

The Fund, a virtual nonprofit run by entrepreneurs, has as its strategy to markedly increase the rate of innovation and dissemination of enterprise-based solutions to poverty. Through targeted investment that fosters leadership, the Fund believes that such solutions already exist but aren’t sufficiently studied, analyzed, and exhibited as examples. [More...]

SHARE OUR STRENGTH

The Organization’s Great American Bake Sale grants programs aims to help ensure that low-income children receive nutritious food during critical times when they are out of school and particularly vulnerable to hunger. Presented by Domino Sugar and C&H, the Bake Sale is a national campaign in which volunteers hold bake sales to help end childhood hunger. [More...]

SODEXO FOUNDATION

The Foundation’s Heroes of Everyday Life program recognizes the Company’s employees who invest their time, talent, and service spirit in helping those at-risk of hunger in the United States. Nominated by a friend, colleague, or employer, selected Heroes are honored at the annual Sodexo Foundation Dinner and receive a $5,000 grant for their hunger-related charity of choice. [More...]

SODEXO STOP HUNGER FOUNDATION

The Foundation’s grantmaking is directed toward three programs: the Stephen J. Brady STOP Hunger Scholarships; the 2017 Heroes of Everyday Life, and grants for youth programs in conjunction with Youth Service America. [More...]

THE CONRAD N. HILTON FOUNDATION

The Foundation’s Humanitarian Prize is the world’s largest humanitarian award. The Prize is presented to a nonprofit that has made exemplary and extraordinary contributions toward alleviating human suffering. [More...]

THE MARCUS FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking in two areas: assisting organizations that work to increase awareness of hunger as a critical problem and/or delivering food resources to meet critical short-term needs and supporting efforts to change underlying structural obstacles and incentives that hinder efforts to bring sustainable practices into the mainstream. The Foundation understands community food resources to encompass a web of issues related to hunger, including poverty, community development, and economic policy. [More...]

THE MELVILLE CHARITABLE TRUST

The Trust’s board has prioritized homelessness as its major grantmaking focus. It intends to seek out and support approaches that aim to end homelessness and enable homeless people to take self-supporting and proactive roles in society. [More...]

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service has $5 million available for the Hunger-Free Communities grant competition. State and local governments, agencies providing social services, public health organizations, educational entities, and other private, nonprofit entities such as community-based or faith-based organizations, food banks, or other emergency feeding organizations are invited to apply. [More...]

VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS

The Organization is the nation’s largest organization of combat veterans. The Organization’s Unmet Needs program provides financial assistance of up to $5,000 to assist with basic life needs in the form of a grant, not a loan. [More...]



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