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2022 LGBTQ Fund in the United States

2022 LGBTQ Fund in the United States

Deadline: 13-May-22

The Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham is thrilled to announce the release of its Request for Proposals (RFP) for 2022 LGBTQ Fund.

Priority will be given to proposals that specifically address the needs of LGBTQ communities that have been most demonstrably underserved, including but not limited to, communities of color, youth, seniors, transgender individuals, gender non-binary persons and persons in rural communities. Priority will also be given to intersectional programs addressing inclusive healthcare and mental health services, immigrant advocacy, racial and economic justice, faith and acceptance.

The LGBTQ Fund seeks to support organizations focused on:

Addressing the unmet needs of LGBTQ persons;
Strengthening the infrastructure of LGBTQ led organizations or organizations serving LGBTQ persons;
Supporting the provision of services to the youth, individuals & families who identify as LGBTQ;
Providing educational opportunities that highlight the needs of LGBTQ individuals and families
Advancing networking and fostering collaboration between LGBTQ related organizations and other community organizations; and
Supporting nonprofit partners working on public policy and the intersection of LGBTQ concerns and other social justice issues.
Funding Information
The LGBTQ Fund will award a total of $67,000 in the 2022 Grant Cycle. Typical grant amounts are between $3,000 – $7,000. The LGBTQ Fund will consider general operating expenses, provided these expenses are justified in the application.

Eligibility Criteria
Grants will be awarded to non-profit organizations in CFGB’s five county service area (Blount, Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair and Walker counties) that serve the LGBTQ community or seek to expand existing programs to be inclusive and affirming of persons who identify as LGBTQ.
They encourage organizations who are not a 501(c)(3), to apply using a fiscal sponsor.
If you are not a 501(c)(3) and do not have a fiscal sponsor, contact the LGBTQ Fund for assistance in identifying potential fiscal sponsors.
For more information, visit https://www.cfbham.org/news/lgbtq-fund-grant-cycle-is-now-open/

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