Funding and Resource Opportunities | July 23
Ronald McDonald House Charities has revised its grant strategy to focus on sustainable, replicable projects that include a train-the-trainer component to advance its mission to address the most pressing issues related to children's health and well being.
GHC grant projects strengthen communities by creating statewide partnerships that provide opportunities for participation in humanities programs. A greater awareness of the humanities helps in the development of more educated and self-sustaining communities.
The foundations is accepting applications for $5,000 grants in support of the following program areas: Arts, Education, Environment, or a combination of the three focus areas (deadline: February 15, 2014). Grants of less than $5,000 will be considered throughout the year and on an individual basis.
Georgia State University’s School of Social Work requests proposals from Atlanta area nonprofits and agencies to have second-year MSW students work with them on a community project. These projects would involve groups of four students that partner with an organization to plan, implement and evaluate a community project.
In conjunction with the theme of the BoardSource Leadership Forum, the 2013 Prudential Leadership Awards will recognize nonprofit boards that exemplify exceptional governance and that demonstrate the concept of “Bold Leadership: Taking Risks, Thinking Big” for their organizations in at least one of three areas: structure, fundraising, and governance.