It’s pretty crazy. Just now, I’m typing up some of the usability results from the Alliance’s Annual Conference on Ending Homelessness, and I’m remembering that a handful of users suggested that we share fundraising ideas on our website.
And then, I get this email from our Development Director, Beth Roche: Here are some new grant opportunities that do not seem to be a good fit for the Alliance, but that I thought some folks might be interested in knowing more about to pass along to other nonprofits and colleagues.
Well, Beth! I’m sure there are some people who might be interested! Here you go, folks:
- The 14th Annual MetLife Awards for Excellence in Affordable Housing is open for entries. Enterprise Community Partners and the MetLife Foundation have focused this year’s competition on best practices in the area of affordable independent senior living and environmentally responsive housing.
- A program of Civic Ventures, the Purpose Prize annually provides five awards of $100,000 each to people over 60 who are working to address society’s biggest challenges.
- The SEVEN (Social Equity Venture) Fund, a nonprofit organization that works to promote enterprise-based solutions to poverty, has published its second annual open Enterprise-based Solutions to Poverty Request for Proposals. The fund’s Request for Proposals is limited to research in economics, government policy, and business strategy, insofar as the research bears directly on questions in enterprise-based solutions to poverty.
Best of luck if you choose to pursue these funding sources! Thanks for all the great feedback you gave us at the conference, and we’ll be sure to keep you up-to-date if new funding ideas come along.