Awards up to $25,000 for one year to UC Berkeley students with intellectual and creative projects involving public service, creative, or community-based research that address social issues. The award gives motivated students the opportunity to extend and reflect upon their undergraduate work at Berkeley by undertaking a special project after their graduation.
1 year grants that supports campaigns, collaborations, and coalitions that are current and former New York Foundation grantees addressing community organization, advocacy, public policy, and innovative approaches to address urgent nees in NYC.
Grants for new,untested organizations and general institutional support of up to $40,000 to $45,000 for each year of eligibility: start-up organizations are eligible for five consecutive years of support; other categories are eligible for up to three years. Grants are made for one year at a time, and grantees must reapply annually.
Core grantees have access to the Foundation’s extensive Capacity-Building Program, which offers grantees one-on-one consultation with experienced providers of nonprofit management assistance, monthly trainings, and access to the Small Grants Pool, which grantees can request small supplementary grants for technical assistance, leadership development, and to expand their capacity to engage in community organizing. Grants range from $250 to $5000
Database of grants for innovators with promising but unproven approaches to important social problems. Grants are one-time, no more than two years, with stipends between $15,000 and $500,000.
Grants support organization and advoacy groups with community-initiated solutions to solve local problems, constituents mobilizing for adequate and equitable resources, and groups organizing a collective voice among those whose voices have not been heard in New York City. Start-up organizations eligible for five consecutive years of support; other categories are eligible for up to three years. Grants are made for one year at a time, and grantees must reapply annually. Grants range from $40,000 to $45,000 for each year of eligibility.
Partners with entrepreneurs to build strong and capable non-profit organizations. Provides unrestricted capital via multi-year funding to startups, management assistance, support, and a network of entrepreneurs are provided.
The CGI U Innovation Fund will source, support, and feature the most effective, high-impact college student entrepreneurs and innovators from around the world by providing critical, early-stage seed funding for their Commitments to Action.
Provides a $10k maximum grant to UG and Graduate students in the United States actively working for peace and justice. Grantees have been active in the struggle against racism, sexism, homophobia, and other forms of oppression; building the movement for economic justice; and creating peace through international, anti-imperialist solidarity, with a strong preference to award grants to students who are planning on staying in the United States and building the progressive movement here.
Seeks to supports persons with charitable, religious, artistic, medical, ethical, educational, and scientific projects that promote the good of others. The twice-annual awards grants between $15k – $25k per applicant, given out by the Board of Trustees of the Trust have enabled scores of individuals to develop their passion for serving others.
Grant of up to $2000 awarded annually based on need, to one or more college or university students in the United States involved in public service, and enables students to gain practical experience in public service by taking a no-pay or low-pay job or internship during a summer or other term.
The Blackstone Innovation Grants will be awarded to organizations that are tackling the big challenges facing entrepreneurship and that, through their work, are building an increasingly inclusive and prosperous society. The Foundation is looking for big, bold ideas – across sectors and in a variety of regions – that have the potential for creating lasting change at a major regional, national and/or global scale.
Provides $250k to $2 million in seed funds, validation funds, and transition to scale funds to support the development and validation of prevention and treatment approaches that increase access to primary health care for women and newborns in poor, hard-to-reach communities. Seeking innovative ideas addressing three main domains: (1) technology; (2) service delivery; and (3) “demand side” innovation that empowers pregnant women and their families to practice healthy behaviors and be aware of and access health care during pregnancy, childbirth and the early postnatal period, especially the first two days after birth. Awardees will receive support and networking assistance from each of the partners, engage with other innovators, and participate in high-level meetings including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s annual Grand Challenge meetings.
Provides registered graduate student organizations (RSOs) additional funding up to $1200 for larger projects in the area of Student Activism, Campus Diversity, Community Service, and Educational improvement. Also provides funding for grad meetings, events, resources, publications, reavel, and contingency grants of varying amounts.
Provides need-based scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $6,000 for undergraduates to serve 10 to 15 hours per week in off-campus social action activities and engage in a year-long leadership development program through the Public Service Center.
A year-round grant competition for innovative ideas, pilots and tests them using cutting-edge analytical methods, and scales solutions that demonstrate widespread impact and cost-effectivenes in developing countries.
Registered Student Organization (RSO) at UC Berkjeley can apply for ASUC sponsorship and/or funding throughout the academic year by submitting a ASUC ABSA Budget Appeal Application or Senate Finance Rule Waiver (Summer Only). Depending on the type of student group, grants range from $400 to $1100 maximum, although spending restrictions can be waived if approvved by the Senate Finance Committee.
1 year grants of $100 to $2,000 to fund graduate student research or creative projects that address issues of race, gender, and their intersections. Projects that focus on race and gender on the Berkeley campus and its neighboring communities are especially encouraged and prioritized.
1 year grants of $100 to $2,000 to fund undergraduate student research or creative projects that address issues of race, gender, and their intersections. Projects that focus on race and gender on the Berkeley campus and its neighboring communities are especially encouraged and prioritized.
A total of $250,000 will be awarded to 18 partnerships that aim to improve the quality of life in Berkeley through education, art and culture, economic self-sufficiency, neighborhood development, and community safety. Each of the funded projects will be carried out collaboratively, featuring a partnership between a local organization and UC Berkeley, students, faculty or staff.
Innovation Grants offered to students, faculty, and staff that are meant to encourage new and sustainable projects to promote equity, inclusion, and diversity on the UC Berkeley campus.