Emergency grant opportunities
If your organization or group is serving Southern Black Girls & Women's Consortium now in this crisis you can apply for emergency funding by clicking this link.
Southern Black Girls and Women's Consortium has launched the #BlackGirlJoyChallenge! We are asking all Black girls in the south between the ages of 11-24 to participate in the challenge. This is a challenge so we are asking girls to make a short video or send us an email with their BEST idea of how to create JOY in this moment. The BEST ideas will win $250 to support the project. Apply Here.
To apply for emergency funding from the Emergent Fund, just click this link.
The Next Grant Cycle Deadline will be announced in Spring 2020.
For more details, please click here
The Fund for Southern Communities is a publicly supported foundation established in 1981 to provide grants and technical assistance to progressive grassroots social change organizations working in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. The Fund invites applications from organizations:
- fighting discrimination based on race, sex, age, religion, economic status, sexual orientation, ethnic background, or physical and mental disabilities;
- struggling for the rights of workers;
- promoting self-determination in low-income and disenfranchised communities;
- protecting the environment;
- promoting and/or creating non-traditional arts and media;
- promoting peace.
N.B. : FSC does NOT fund services (i.e. feeding, housing, tutoring).
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Southern Black Girls Funding Initiative
Fund for Southern Communities has landed a year planning grant from Novo Foundation $90 Million dollars for Girls of Color initiative. In collaboration with three other organizations birth Southern Black Girls and Women's Consortium. For more detail click this link.