Ray Solem Foundation Grant to help victims of Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence (US)

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Ray Solem Foundation Grant to help victims of Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence (US)


Deadline: 26-Apr-21

The Ray Solem Foundation is seeking applications for its grant program to organizations throughout the United States that very creatively help immigrants in the United States become productive and valued members of society.

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The current priority for funding will be given to organizations focused on immigrants that help victims of human trafficking and domestic violence and/or unaccompanied immigrant youth.

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Grants are made for one (1) year only.
Applicants may re-apply in each new funding cycle.
Priority is given to applicants with incomes under $1 million.
The maximum grant award is $10,000.
Ineligibility

The Ray Solem Foundation will not consider grants to the following types of organizations or for the following purposes:

Individuals;
Operational deficits;
Religious organizations for explicit religious activities, as distinguished from social or educational activities;
Partisan activities;
Fraternal organizations, labor, societies, or other;
National fund-raising efforts;
501(c)(4) organizations or lobbying activities;
Organizations whose overhead percentage is more than 20% of total expenses;
Brand-new projects that have not yet been piloted.
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Each application must include the following:

Executive summary (250 words or less) that states the problem applicants’ project addresses and the amount of funding requested.
Organization background, mission, a record of achievement, and connection to RSF priority areas of focus.
Project description including goals, objectives. The description must include a paragraph that starts “Our project or organization is innovative because . . .” followed by a description of what makes it especially creative. Advice: Because many organizations say their innovativeness is due to their holistic nature, a strong application will describe other attributes or will give details on what is uniquely effective.
Implementation plan including intended impact.
Expected outcomes and evaluation plan including how applicants plan to measure the success of the project.
Project budget narrative. Include matching funds if applicable.
For more information, visit http://www.raysolemfund.org/