The Robinson Theater Community Arts Center provides out-of-school programs and summer camps. This literacy program serves adults in the Metro Richmond area. Richmond, VA 23230 Analysis and advocacy develops and champions policies and practices that positively impact the health and well-being of Virginias children and families. WebCommunity Impact Grants are intended for large-scale, community-initiated park improvement projects from $5,000 and up. Emergency shelter combined with case management works to move residents into permanent housing as quickly as possible and meet immediate needs of clients. The Music Makers program creates opportunities for more children to participate in Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestra. Awards for Distinguished Educational Leadership. This program helps individuals find, secure, and remain in a living wage career. $30,000 toward the Building Madisons Creative Future capital campaign to double the available space and increase resources to expand programming for both youth and seniors. $50,000 to build the capacity to annually collect, refurbish, and donate 2,000 free bikes to children and families. (Includes second installment of two-year, $1 million grant.). Peter Paul - $50,000 WebD onate Now. Virginia College Funds Gupton Initiative, in alliance with GO Virginia, will create education pathways for students to study advanced pharmaceutical manufacturing at VCU for entry into the burgeoning Petersburg pharmaceutical industry. ChildSavers - $35,000 ChildSavers supports the African American Nonprofit Leaders and their key areas for strategic action: Organizational Capacity, Leadership Capacity, Transformational Narratives, and Relevant & Equitable Services. WebFY23 Community Impact Grant Program Overview. Specific details of In limited situations, CFMBC may be able to grant to other types of organizations that are serving a charitable purpose but do not have a 501(c)(3) status. 3. $75,000 to Community Shares of Wisconsin to continue to expand and support The Big Share online giving day for three more years, leveraging millions in giving for 70 nonprofit agencies. $75,000 to the Foundation for Black Women's Wellness to add dedicated fundraising staff, allowing it to build organizational capacity and efficiency, develop and implement a strategic development plan, and increase the number of individual donors providing support. Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio recognizes this and provides Community Impact Grants of up to $12,500 to support smaller initiatives and organizations that have a large impact on community health. CodeVA - $25,000 Virginia Excels advances advocacy focused on ensuring educational equity in the Richmond region that engages parents and youth. Reynolds Community College Foundation - $50,000 The Grant Evaluation Committee is comprised of CFBMC staff, CFBMC board members, and community representatives. if (thisyear >= 2000) { // covers JScript post 2000 Better Housing Coalition provides affordable housing and access to community resources for those living below the poverty level. $15,000 to increase access to Girl Scouts among ethnically diverse and low income students by partnering with local youth service organizations to bring scouting directly to girls in need, free of charge. Virginia Supportive Housing - $75,000 Henrico Community Food Bank - $25,000 $30,000 to Kanopy Dance Theatre to help fund the Kanopy Center for Modern and Contemporary Dance, which will incorporate state of the art equipment to support virtual learning, collaboration and performances. Virginia Community Capital - $50,000 ACTS provides funds and linkages to community resources to individuals and families who are at risk of losing their housing due to temporary financial hardship. WebThe Community Impact Grants were launched in 2020 as part of the Seattle Mariners commitments to advance racial equity and social justice, investing in programs and $10,000 to fund community listening sessions with under-represented groups especially with communities of color to better understand how they use or would like to use the area lakes. Partnership for Housing Affordability - $50,000 The Literacy Lab - $25,000 $50,000 for We Care for Dane Kids to create a network of child care programs and support them with the tools and business skills needed to help them reduce expenses and teacher turnover. Virginia College Fund- $10,000 Central Virginia Legal Aid Society, Inc- $25,000 In December 2022, Madison Community Foundation (MCF) announced $697,500 in grants to 12 nonprofits throughout the Madison area. Sacred Heart serves the low- and moderate-income Latino population by offering comprehensive, culturally appropriate services for Latino families and individuals. $15,000 for an innovative vocational training program to prepare people with Down syndrome for employment and independence. HumanKind - $35,000 The Home Depot Foundation is deeply committed to serving veterans and works with nonprofit organizations across the country to give back to our nations heroes. This grant program launches as a key part of the Connecticut Foodshare 2022-2025 Community Impact Plan to increase food access and transform the client experience. ChildSavers supports the guidance our community's children through life's critical moments with trauma-informed mental health and child development services. The Seattle Mariners Community Impact Grant program will provide support to a third area of focus through an invitation only process. Through an invitation-only process, the Mariners support coalitions and organizations working to ensure that everyone, especially BIPOC communities, has the opportunity to thrive. Rigorous, evidence-based programs measurably increase thousands of Virginians knowledge, skills, and capacity to advance equity in schools, businesses, and communities. Box 716495 VCV provides community engagement through RVA Thrives, and training/coaching through Community Voice Blueprint. MWCLT creates homes that are sold to qualified buyers while retaining ownership of the land beneath the houses, allowing the home to be sold below market value. Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia, Inc. Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity, Southside Community Development and Housing, The Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis, Richmond Public Schools Education Foundation, Virginia Commonwealth University Foundation, GRASP (Great Aspirations Scholarship Program, Inc.). Maymont- $20,000 Preference will be given to efforts leveraging research and advocacy as key elements of systemic change work, and those led by and primarily serving BIPOC communities. $30,000 to Madison Parks Foundation to add three accessible playgrounds with ramps, wheelchair swings and poured-in-place rubber surfacing at Madison-area parks. Sportable supports youth, in pre-school through 12th grade, with physical disabilities and visual impairments who primarily live in the Greater Richmond region. This internship program offers work experience to technology students who face barriers to employment in the IT and cybersecurity fields. Flagler Housing and Homelessness Services provides residents with the tools they need to regain long-term stability through a housing first approach. The Milk and Cookies Children's Program offers school-based small group support services designed specifically for children who have an incarcerated parent. Legal Aid Justice Center - $30,000 WebGrants. Funding for these grants is provided Delaware Forever Fund, which consists of gifts made to the DCF for discretionary grantmaking. The Milk and Cookies Children's Program offers school-based small group support services designed specifically for children who have an incarcerated parent. WebIf awarded a Community Impact Grant, recipient nonprofit organizations will need to provide at minimum the following documentation: W-9 ACH agreement (provided upon The Fresh Start program provides transitional housing and case management to individuals experiencing homelessness in the Greater Richmond area. VCU's School of Education: Minority Educator Recruitment, Retention and Equity Center/RTR Petersburg works to recruit, support, and retain educators of color. Waymakers supports immigrant families by providing culturally responsive programs that address their needs in the areas of food, health, education, finances, art and culture. $75,000 (3-year, $25,000) for a partnership with the new Madison College on the south side to increase English language skills for low-income, adult immigrants and connect them to opportunities for high school completion, career advising, and workforce training. Partnership for the Future- $40,000 Greater Richmond Fit4Kids - $25,000 Our hope is that the project strengthens our wonderful neighborhoods by narrowing racial disparities and increasing opportunities for all our citizens to thrive. Tom Linfield, MCF Vice President of Community Impact, 1:2 challenge of $50,000 for the Lodi Area Community Endowment to increase support of a wide array of Lodi-area nonprofits doing important work, $25,000 for Project Solis, a renewable energy pilot program to install 100 solar panels at West High School, reducing carbon emissions and supporting a youth-led movement for solutions to environmental challenges, "Madison Community Foundation's funding will serve as an important stepping stone in helping our school and district achieve its vision of carbon neutrality. Emergency shelter combined with case management works to move residents into permanent housing as quickly as possible and meet immediate needs of clients. HOME of VA works to tackle systemically divisive housing practices through fair housing enforcement and research, advocacy, and statewide policy work. The regional grassroots advocacy effort in the Richmond region advocates for improved policies and increased investments in child care for Virginias youngest children.