Submit Proposals for Intellectual & Developmental Disability Grants Program – US
The Kuni Foundation has launched a call for proposals for the Intellectual & Developmental Disability Grants Program to invest in person-focused housing solutions for individuals who experience I/DD. The program also provides funding for the exploration of new, inclusive and community-based approaches that are affordable, scalable and sustainable.
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The lack of quality, affordable housing options for adults who experience intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) has reached a crisis in the United States.
Types of Support
The following housing efforts are eligible for funding consideration:
Housing with a demonstrated history of success that continues to evolve and innovate to meet residents’ preferences and needs.
Housing with a demonstrated commitment to and expertise in the development and implementation of inclusive programs and opportunities that enrich the lives of residents.
Housing that is accessible to a socio-economic range of individuals.
Housing that is diverse, inclusive and embraces a range of abilities, ages and socio-economic circumstances.
Housing that demonstrates successful collaboration with a diverse range of stakeholders to advance innovation, inclusion, scalability, affordability and a community-based approach.
New housing solutions that have reached a tipping point in terms of community and financial support and can demonstrate capacity for the next stage of funding.
Funding range: Up to $300,000 per year.
Maximum funding request: $900,000 over a three-year period.
Grant Period: One-year grants or multi-year grants up to three years.
Organizations must have a primary focus of serving individuals who experience intellectual or developmental disabilities, and their caregivers and families. Eligible activities include education, advocacy, employment, the arts, and supported, inclusive or independent housing.
Funding is limited to organizations located in and directly serving residents of Oregon and Washington.
Organizations must be a registered 501©(3) nonprofit and have a minimum of three years of successful operation. All other applicants must use a fiscal sponsor who will assume fiscal responsibility for all funds received and expended.
For more information, visit https://www.kunifoundation.org/funding-opportunities/intellectual-and-developmental-disability-grants/