$196,200 Grants for NGOs working in the areas of Community, Education, Equity, and Health (US)
Impact Austin invites nonprofits to request funding for programs, capacity building initiatives, or both, in four focus areas: Community, Education, Equity, and Health & Well-Being.
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Impact Austin is a community of women that seeks to transform lives in Central Texas through high-impact and life-long giving. Impact Austin combines donations from members and gives multiple high impact grants each year to local, worthy causes selected by their members.
Community: To enhance economic, social, environmental or cultural initiatives
Education: To enhance education and learning
Equity: To advance equity for women and/or girls of color
Health & Well-Being: To strengthen and enhance the lives of children and families, or positively impact the mental or physical health and wellness of people
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In June 2021, Impact Austin will award $196,200 in grants across two focus areas: Community and Education.
Two finalists will be selected in each focus area and voted upon by the members. The finalist in each focus area receiving the majority votes will be awarded the application grant amount of $78,500 and the other finalist awarded $19,600.
The organization submitting an application must be a public charity (not private foundation) with tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code. Applicants applying as a collaborative must identify one lead organization to submit the application, and that organization must meet the eligibility guidelines.
A proposal must:
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Provide services in Bastrop, Hays, Travis, and/or Williamson counties, Texas
Plan to expend the grant funds within 24 months
Use the entire grant amount (no partial grants)
Identify the focus area for the application (Community, Education, Equity, and Health & Well-Being). Impact Austin does not provide guidance as to which focus area is appropriate.
A proposal can:
Support initiatives: existing initiatives, expansion of initiatives, or new initiatives that target a specific population, last for a specific duration, and aim to achieve specific, measurable goals; and/or
Support capacity: strengthen or grow a nonprofit organization to improve its future performance, impact, and sustainability in support of its mission and vision, producing measurable results for the organization by the end of the grant period.
For more information, visit http://www.impactaustin.org/grantmaking