Weekly Resource Round-Up: Feb 8, 2022
This Week's Resources
If you have resources to share with our network, please contact Tobi Mojeed-Balogun our Associate Director of Programs Support.
Youth Opportunity Grants: Important Dates
We are excited to announce that our call for submissions for Youth Opportunity Grant funding will open this month! YOG Grants fund work in youth academic enrichment, arts, advocacy, and more. Please mark your calendars with the following important dates:
Friday, January 21: Application Opens
Friday, February 18: Applications are due at 5:00pm!
2022 Bulk Buy Application Open!
We are thrilled to announce that we will begin accepting proposals for our 2022 Bulk Buy Program! Bulk Buy allows us to aggregate food purchasing across the Diocese and means free high-quality food for EC programs. You can find our brief application form HERE! Please contact SK with any questions or concerns.
Need FREE Hand Sanitizer?
EC has been contacted about a large donation of hand sanitizer available for programs. Peter Thomas Roth has both 2oz and 6oz bottles of hand sanitizer for donation and can arrange to have them delivered to you. Please reach out to Tobi if you're interested in getting some for your program.
CityHarvest Workshop: Intro to Grant Writing
Start the New Year off by growing your grant writing skills and learning about what funders look for in a great application! Join City Harvest and our hosts at the Support Center for a three-part grant workshop series. In this workshop, you will discuss what makes a project compelling to a funder, and how to paint a vibrant picture of your organization and programs through the limited format of a typical proposal.
We encourage you to attend the two remaining sessions if you are able.
Funding Opportunity: Bank of America Charitable Foundation
Philanthropic Strategy Deadline February 18, 2022 (Program must be registered as 501c3)
Bank of America has issued an RFP for economic mobility focused on the needs of individuals and families.
Under the RFP, grants will be awarded in the following areas:
Basic Needs: Grants will be awarded to organizations addressing the economic and social conditions that affect an individual’s health, access to community-based health services, crisis prevention tied to family stabilization programs, and other poverty-related issues. Examples include access to healthcare and food, family stabilization, and services for the homeless.
To view the complete RFP please click here.
That's all for this week -- thanks for all you do!