🔥 Grant & Scholarship Resources 💥

These resources are provided by our members, affiliates, business partners, and sponsors. Please do your research to make sure these opportunities haven't expired for the following year when applications are due.

Grants (33)

1. NYC Women’s Fund for Media, Music and Theatre Grant - The NYC Women’s Fund for Media, Music and Theatre provides grants to encourage and support the creation of digital, film, music, and live or online theatre content that reflects the voices and


Apply for a True Inspiration Awards Grant

True Inspiration Awards® grants range from $30,000 to $350,000, with a collective $5 million awarded annually to organizations throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Applications for the 2024 True Inspiration Awar


The Business Telework Assistance Grant Program assists businesses with retaining and creating jobs across the state. Funded with $1 million in Governor Larry Hogan’s Fiscal Year 2023 Budget, the program will provide grants of up to $25,000 to help
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Requests for Proposals
The Abell Foundation: Regular Grants Program
The Abell Foundation awards grants to nonprofit community partners working to improve the quality of life in Baltimore. We provide seed funding for inno
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Common Grant Application


The Common Grant Application (CGA), Common Letter of Inquiry (LOI), and Common Grant Report are basic templates for grant applications and reports. A number of WRAG member organizations use these templates as the
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Public Welfare Foundation

Until We are All Free: Dismantling the structures that have caused generations of harm to people of color in the United States; local community members of color that build cross racial solidarity and community power; and/or

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The Blaustein Philanthropic Group is a constellation of family foundations united by roots in Jewish tradition and concern for social justice and equality of opportunity.

The Morton K. and Jane Blaustein Foundation is guided by the principle

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Each year Mayor Muriel Bowser’s administration distributes $7 million dollars in funding to qualified community-based organizations (CBOs) in the District of Columbia through the outreach offices of the Mayor’s Office on Community Affairs (MOCA).

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GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES (unless specified in the description)


Atomic Grants - Atomic Grants are available to those who identify as a woman, and who are 21+. You can live anywhere in the world - as long as you have a way to receive the money digitally,

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