ACF launches Proposals for Pandemic Recovery – United States
Thanks to funding from Anaheim City Council, the Anaheim Community Foundation has awarded $2.8 million in response and recovery grants to 65 nonprofits since April 2020.
The Anaheim Community Foundation is now welcoming applicants for a new round of recovery grants. Grants are to serve Anaheim’s most at-risk communities, including, but not limited to seniors, youth, families, households living in poverty, and other populations experiencing barriers.
Grant awards will range from $5,000 to $100,000.
The areas of focus are:
Food insecurity (including meals, grocery boxes, grocery vouchers)
Support services (including counseling, information/referrals, distance learning and/or after-school support, mentoring, job training);
Safety and security (including personal protective equipment, hygiene supplies, cleaning supplies, motel vouchers, gas/transportation);
Applicants must be a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.
Funded programs/services must include a budget.
Grants funds are NOT intended for rental assistance, bill payments, medical services.
Staffing costs will be considered as long as it is directly aligned to ACF-funded service delivery.
Overhead costs must not exceed 15%.
Timeline for services is 2-6 months.
For more information, visit https://anaheimcf.org/new-recovery-grants/