Grant Opportunities

Overview

Grant Opportunities

A listing of grant opportunities available to Sacramento region nonprofits from corporations, foundations, and other organizations both local and beyond.

Grant opportunities posted recently are listed on top.
Grant opportunities with deadlines are listed by due date and on our calendar.
Grant opportunities without specific deadlines are listed alphabetically by funder name.

Funding opportunity

Trust For The Meditation Process
Grants for Mindfulness and Contemplative Christianity (Posted 1/3)

The Trust For The Meditation Process makes grants to short-term projects where a small grant can make a credible impact and result in clearly identifiable outcomes. 

Interested applicants may first call the Trust or submit an inquiry to determine interest in receiving a full application. The application deadline is March 1, annually.  Visit their website for details.

Funding is available nationwide.

Funding opportunity

Investopedia
Support for Financial Education and Empowerment Programs (Posted 12/7)

The mission of Investopedia, a financial education website, is to educate people to make smarter financial decisions. Investopedia.org, an initiative of Investopedia, supports programs that enhance financial empowerment among low-income individuals and communities. Investopedia.org defines “financial empowerment” as providing the information, tools, and coaching needed to achieve financial sustainability in the short- and long-term.

Funding opportunity

JAMS Foundation/ACR Initiative for Students and Youth
Conflict Resolution Initiatives for Youth Funded (Posted 12/7)

The JAMS Foundation/ACR Initiative for Students and Youth provides grants for conflict prevention and dispute resolution programs for K-12 students and for adults working with youth populations in ways that directly transfer Conflict Resolution Education (CRE) skills from adults to youth. The emphasis for 2018 is on programs that advance the development, implementation, or assessment of conflict prevention and resolution strategies to serve youth in families whose integrity is jeopardized by changes in social environment that can lead to gang involvement.

Funding opportunity

Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society Alliance
Grants for community health or health education in the Sacramento Region (Posted 11/30)

Following our mission to improve the quality of health in our community through education and community health project funding, the Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society Alliance is pleased to announce the community grants cycle for 2017-2018.  Applications for grant request are accepted until February 23, 2018.

Funding opportunity

California Humanities
California Documentary Project (Posted 11/2)

The California Documentary Project (CDP) is a competitive grant program that supports the research and development and production stages of film, audio, and digital media projects that seek to document California in all its complexity.

Funding opportunity

California Humanities
Humanities for All Grants (Posted 11/2)

Humanities for All grants will support locally-initiated public humanities projects responding to the needs and interests of Californians that will encourage participation in public humanities, particularly by new and/or underserved audiences, and promote understanding and empathy among all our state’s peoples in order to cultivate a thriving democracy.

Quick Grants will provide between $1,000 and $5,000 to support small-scale public humanities activities and projects that will take place within a one-year period from the award date. No match is required.

Funding opportunity

Inspire Giving Fund
Economic and workforce development (Posted 9/28)

Inspire Giving was established in 2009 as a program of the Metro Chamber Foundation and is held as an endowment fund with the Sacramento Region Community Foundation (SRCF). The goal of the program is to cultivate and celebrate civic-minded leadership, volunteerism and philanthropic giving in the Sacramento region. Inspire Giving’s motto is “a little is enough, if enough people do it.” The program celebrates the collective impact of individual contributions. 

Funding opportunity

California Humanities
Humanities for All (HFA) Quick Grant (Posted 9/28)

California Humanities is now accepting applications for the next round of Humanities for All (HFA) Quick Grant funding through October 16th. Guidelines, online application instructions, FAQs, and recently recorded Quick Grants Application webinar are available at the HFA Funding webpage.

Funding opportunity

Sutter Health
Sponsorship Award (Posted 9/13)

Sutter Health Valley Area is making it easier to apply for a Sutter Sponsorship Award! All 501c3 organizations are required to complete the new online application process. When you click on the link to begin the application process, you will be prompted to watch a mandatory webinar in advance of completing the online sponsorship application form. Please be sure to complete the online sponsorship application form within the sponsorship timeline listed below.

Funding opportunity

GRAMMY Museum Grant Program
Grants Preserve Recorded Sound and Explore the Positive Effects of Music (Posted 9/5)

The aim of the GRAMMY Museum Grant Program is to advance the archiving of the recorded sound heritage of the Americas and to explore the impact of music on the human condition. The Program provides support to organizations and individuals in the following areas:

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