Competitive Grant Program – Round 2 (United States)

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Competitive Grant Program – Round 2 (United States)


Deadline: 02-Apr-21

The Albuquerque Community Foundation is inviting applications for its 2021 Competitive Grant Program – Round 2 in the fields of Economic & Workforce Development, Health and Human Services.

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Fields of Interest

Economic and Workforce Development: Economic & Workforce Development grants will support intentional, inventive efforts to ensure a strong local economy. This field promotes social, economic and environmental growth by supporting innovative support systems for entrepreneurs and the state’s workforce.
Health: Health grants have two focus areas:
meeting the mental and behavioral health of individuals in the Greater Albuquerque Metropolitan Area;
supporting dental health needs of at-risk individuals. Populations served through mental/behavioral and dental health programs may range from early childhood to seniors.
Human Services: Human Services grants aim to create supportive systems for individuals to thrive in the Greater Albuquerque area. Special focus will be given to organizations and programs that support one or more of the following: parental or guardian skills training, job training, independent living and teens aging out of foster care.
Types of Grants

SDG Funding of $20,000 is available for Women Empowerment and Gender Equality

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Funding Schemes for Large and Small-scale Projects helping to tackle Climate Change

Core Support Grants for Feminist Groups and Initiatives

Youth Initiative to enhance Peace and Security and Improve Democratic Governance in Africa

NGO Grants to advance Maternal, Child Health and HIV/AIDS Outcomes

Faith-based Foundation Funding for Construction Projects and Purchase of Books, Computers, Vehicles and Medical Equipment

Human Rights Grant Oppportunity ($200,000 CAD and $500,000 CAD) for LGBTQ2I Communities

International Funding for Cultural Heritage Preservation Projects

Small Grants to conserve the Forest for Sustainable Development

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Operating Grants: In an effort to ensure the nonprofit partners have as much flexibility to respond to the changes COVID-19 has created (and continues to create) in community, all grants in the 2021 Competitive Grant Program will be general operating grants. This means, funding will be unrestricted and grantees may use the funds as needed throughout the year. Program-based grants will not be accepted in 2021.
Operating Support Grants: The Foundation considers requests for General Operating Support to be awarded as core support or unrestricted grants. Organizations may use operating grants to cover day-to-day activities or ongoing expenses such as administrative salaries, utilities, office supplies, technology maintenance as well as for project costs, capital, technology purchases and professional development.
Funding Information

The range for grant requests is based on the organization’s total income from the most recently completed fiscal year.

If applicant total income was under $500,000 they may apply for up to $10,000 in funding.
If applicant total income was $500,000 or more, they may apply for up to $15,000 in funding.
Grant requests must be a minimum of $1,000 and a maximum of $15,000.
For Mental Behavioral Health grants only! If applicant total organizational income was under $500,000 they may apply for up to $15,000 in funding. If total organizational income was $500,000 or more, applicant may apply for up to $20,000 in funding. This only applies in the Health field-of-interest.
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Criteria and Priorities for Applicants:

Well-established organizations with a proven track record of providing services benefiting people in the Greater Albuquerque area
Clearly and specifically aligned with one of the Foundation’s Fields-of-Interest
Have clearly defined organizational goals and measurable program outcomes
Built on community, regional and organizational assets and strengths
Organizations should demonstrate their ability to work with other partners to identify community needs and gaps in services
Eligibility Criteria

Organizations must meet the following criteria in order to apply for a grant:
Provide services to the people of the Greater Albuquerque Metropolitan Area
Be a nonprofit organization, exempt from Federal Income Taxes under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or be a public educational institution or be a public agency
Have been incorporated in the state of New Mexico for a minimum of 5 years – verified by the NM Secretary of State, Business Services Division (certain exceptions can be made to this, including, but not limited to: an organization operating with a fiscal agent or an organization spinning off from a parent nonprofit and establishing its own separate entity).
Be current with all state and federal reporting requirements
Clearly demonstrate how the organization provides access to economic opportunities
Have 100% of its Board of Trustees providing a meaningful financial contribution to the organization
While the Foundation remains flexible in trying to meet community needs, in general, competitive grants are not made for or to:
Individuals
Political or religious purposes
Retire indebtedness
The payment of interest or taxes
Annual campaigns, capital campaigns or fundraising events
Travel for individuals or groups
Conferences, workshops, symposia; including speaker fees, room and board, related travel
Endowments
Medical, scientific or academic research
Influence legislation or elections
Private foundations and other grant-making organizations
For more information, visit https://abqcf.org/grants/deadlines/