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A number of organizations in Philadelphia (and nationally) have stepped up to provide relief to communities impacted by COVID-19 but often overlooked by other funding sources — including. freelance journalists, Black and Indigenous artists, and trans communities who are organizing in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Six of those funders are highlighted in our timeline below. Scroll to see a description of what each is funding, the grant amounts, and the deadlines for application (when there is a deadline). Plus links to more information.
Before you apply, check out these helpful resources from The Nonprofit Center at La Salle University:
- 7 Tips for Successful Grant-Writing / 7 Reasons Why Your Proposals are Rejected
- Making the Case for General Operating Support
- Three Things Nonprofits Should Prioritize in the Wake of COVID-19
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