United States: 2021 Good Samaritan Grants Program
Deadline: Ongoing Opportunity
The Sisters of Charity Health System Building is offering 2021 Good Samaritan Grants Program to provide for the basic needs of individuals living in poverty.
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The Good Samaritan Program responds to the community’s challenge of ensuring that its residents can meet their basic needs. Inspired by the parable of Jesus calling us to be good neighbors, this program’s particular purpose is to support non-profit organizations for which a modest grant would make a difference in continuing to provide necessary and immediate goods and services to individuals living in poverty.
The program expresses the important value of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine of respecting the dignity of every individual.
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Type of Support
Good Samaritan Grants are to be used to provide for the basic needs of individuals living in poverty.
Good Samaritan grants may not be used for operating and salary support, endowments, capital campaigns, fundraising campaigns (including annual appeals), membership drives, debt retirement, construction, or individual scholarships.
Grant Amount: Grant requests are for $5,000 (partial funding will not be awarded).
Note- This is a competitive grant program and funding requests always exceed the grant program budget.
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Organizations must be tax-exempt, nonprofit organizations that primarily serve residents of Cuyahoga County. Priority is given to organizations to organizations who meet the following criteria:
Annual budgets under $1 million.
Organization who are located in the central community (zipcodes 44104, 44115, 44103)
Organizations whose services and goods primarily target populations in (zipcodes 44104, 44115, 44103)
An organization is eligible for up to three consecutive Good Samaritan Grants.
The organization must then take a one-year break before applying for a new Good Samaritan Grant.
For more information, visit https://socfcleveland.org/grantmaking/good-samaritan-grant-program/