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$5,000 Grants for supporting programs serving Women and Girls in Hawaii

$5,000 Grants for supporting programs serving Women and Girls in Hawaii


Deadline: 31-Mar-21

Women’s Fund of Hawaii is seeking applications from NGOs to fund their programs that build on the gifts, strengths, and assets of women and girls and promote their well-being.

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Priorities

The Foundation gives to a wide range of programs, particularly those that promote women’s financial security and dignity, and girls’ strengths and leadership.
The Foundation fund organizations that address factors that can stand in the way of women and girls’ success, including:
Abused/Neglected Girls;
Adolescent Pregnancy;
Culture/Arts;
Disabilities;
Economic Self-sufficiency;
Education/Technology;
Health (physical);
Homelessness;
Homophobia;
Immigration Status;
Incarceration/Criminal Justice;
Lack of Affordable Childcare;
Lack of Affordable Housing;
Mental Health;
Poverty;
Racism;
Reproductive Rights/Health;
Self Esteem;
Sexual Exploitation of Women and Girls;
Sports Inequities;
Substance Abuse;
Trafficking/Prostitution;
Violence (sexual, physical).
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Funding girls’ programs;
Funding programs serving Native Hawaiian women and girls;
Funding programs in rural areas throughout the state.
Funding Information

Grants are up to $5,000.
Eligibility Criteria

The Foundation prefers that a majority (51% or more) of Board members and program leadership are women and that Board and staff reflect the population being served.
While the foundation has a preference for funding smaller organizations, it will not exclude any organization from consideration because of size.
The Foundation funds nonprofit organizations, as well as programs that are sponsored projects of nonprofit organizations serving as fiscal agents. (They do not require those fiscal agents to have female Board leadership, but the program itself should have majority female leadership; also, they prefer that the fee for serving as a fiscal agent be not more than 10% of the project budget.)
The Foundation fund startup and existing organizations/projects.
The Foundation funds general operating costs, special projects, and small capital projects.
The Foundation fund organizations or programs designed exclusively for women or girls. They do not fund general operating funds if it is unclear if those funds will specifically support women and girls’ programs.
If funded, the grantee is expected to submit a final report.
If you have the resources to send a press release to publicize this grant, they request that you share your draft with us before publication and provide a copy when it’s published.
Any organization that receives funding from the Women’s Fund is welcome to apply for repeat funding. In order to be eligible to apply again, an organization must first use all of the original grant funds and submit a final report.
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Organizations that aim to convert people to specific religious beliefs;
Organizations not serving girls and/or women in Hawaii.
For more information, visit https://womensfundhawaii.org/grants-guidelines/

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