(Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels)
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
Now, go to. You’ve got this.-30-
From our Partners
In August we will be focusing attention on Black philanthropy, philanthropists
Changing metrics for impact
To create good jobs for Philadelphians, now is the time to do everything
Inscripción Doble en Congreso: Lo que trae el futuro
Mental Health Partnerships
Manager – Marketing Business DevelopmentApply Now
The Workshop School & Building 21
School Technology CoordinatorApply Now
PhillyCAM’s new pre-apprenticeship program aims to be a pipeline for young media pros
Opinion: Governor Wolf — free the vulnerable people you promised to release
Assets no more: Racial justice risks in municipal bonds
Dual Enrollment at Congreso: Where does it go from here?
Sign-up for daily news updates from Generocity