Each month, we curate a roundup of grants focused on various impact areas and causes. This month we’re featuring four foundations supporting social impact organizations with application deadlines this month.
🏆 Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize
Deadline: September 27, 2023
Focus: The Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize, with a value of $2.5 million, recognizes organizations that have made exceptional contributions to alleviating human suffering and addressing critical issues through their impactful and sustainable programs. To submit a nomination click here.
🌎 Hear the World Foundation Grant
Deadline: September 28, 2023
Focus: Hear the World Foundation and partners aim to enhance the lives of hearing-impaired children in low- and middle-income nations through financial aid, Sonova hearing products, diagnostic equipment, and audiological expertise, offering support to like-minded organizations. Learn how to apply by clicking here.
🏙 William T. Grant Foundation Youth Service Capacity-Building Grants
Deadline: September 20, 2023
Focus: The Youth Service Capacity Building (YSCG) program is designed to empower small nonprofit organizations within New York City’s five boroughs, specifically those catering to youth aged 5 to 25, by enhancing their organizational infrastructure. With a focus on addressing inequalities in youth outcomes, these grants provide vital general operating support to nonprofits with budgets ranging from $250,000 to $1 million, enabling them to strategically address capacity-building needs identified through formal or informal assessments and ultimately fostering stronger, more stable youth-serving organizations. To find out more and how to apply click here.
☀️ Palm Beach United Way Impact Grant
Deadline: September 14, 2023
Focus: Impact the Palm Beaches is a collaborative philanthropic initiative, uniting women contributors who each year collectively donate $1,100, including a $100 administrative fee, culminating in a $100,000 grant awarded at the Annual Award Celebration to Central and Northern Palm Beach County nonprofits, with the grant size contingent on membership; facilitated by the Town of Palm Beach United Way, Impact and its Grant Committee meticulously assess grant proposals, conduct site visits, and involve members in the final selection of recipients, having contributed more than $1.5 million since its inception in 2015. To submit a grant proposal click here.
Bonus Grant! 🚨
💻 Data Center Community Action Grant
Deadline: 2023 grants cycle will be opening mid-September.
Focus: Through this program, Meta contributes to data center communities by offering grants to projects that utilize technology to address community needs, foster online/offline connections, or enhance local STEM education. Grants will be announced in spring 2024. To learn more click here.