Fundraising Guide (English) June 2014 - Page 56

Check website for active requests for proposals and deadlines. deadline(s): grant range: $5,000-$25,000 one-year, with option for renewal over a period from three to six years. average grant duration: Letters of inquiry are not currently being accepted. Please visit the website for updates here: Determine your eligibility for future grants here: for-grantees/copy_of_for-grantees how to apply: Letters of inquiry accepted at any time during the year. Full proposals accepted by invitation only. Grants are awarded in June and December. deadline(s): how to apply: Step 1: Review eligibility requirements here: www. THE FUND FOR NONVIOLENCE 303 Potrero St. # 54, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 email: telephone: +1 831 460 9321, +1 866 454 8006 website: address: Step 2: Submit a Letter of Inquiry – forms available on their website in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French. Step 3: GFC will follow up if the letter meets their criteria, and will ask for a full (5-10 page) proposal. GFC asks that you do not contact them regarding your status. Check Fund for Nonviolence’s website for updated information on the details of its Justice with Dignity and Voices of Resistance Program. It has suspended its Latin American program, and no new grants are being considered. how to apply: Step 4: If the proposal is approved, GFC will issue a letter of notification. GLOBAL FUND FOR WOMEN GLOBAL FUND FOR CHILDREN 222 Sutter St., Suite 500, San Francisco, CA 94108-4445, USA email – asia and the pacific: email – europe and central asia: eca@ email – latin america and caribbean:
americas@ email – middle east and north africa: mena@ email – sub saharan africa: telephone: +1 415 248 4800 website: address: 1101 14th St., N.W., Ste. 420, Washington, DC 20005-5616, USA email: telephone: +1 202 331 9003 website: address: countries/regions: global education, international development, health, safety/security, human rights topics/subjects: The Global Fund for Children (GFC) is dedicated to supporting children in need around the world. GFC awards grants that support children who are economically and socially outside the reach of mainstream services and support, including street children, child laborers, AIDS orphans, sex workers, hard-to-reach rural populations, and other vulnerable or marginalized groups. Funded groups should be community-based and must work directly with children and youth. GFC does not fund groups that focus exclusively on advocacy or research, groups that are not recognized as a non-profit organization by their local or national government, affiliates of national/ international organizations, or groups whose annual budget exceeds US $200,000. description: type of grant: Sub Saharan Africa, Middle East & North Africa, Europe, Central Asia, Asia, the Pacific, Latin American, the Caribbean countries/regions: women and girls, women’s human rights, reproductive rights, education, health, leadership development, technology, gender-based violence, peace building, political and civic participation. topics/subjects: impact areas: Zero Violence: Funding projects that advocate for women’s and girls’ participation, empowerment, and peace building while challenging laws, policies, cultures and behavior that perpetuates discrimination, violence and abuse. General operating support 53