Valentine Foundation accepting Applications for Leadership Fund Grant 2021 – United States
In 2021, the Valentine Fund for Visionary Leadership will accept online applications only for funding to support leadership development initiatives that will make current nonprofit women leaders more effective and develop the next generation of leaders working to improve the quality of life for women and girls in their region.
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The Valentine Foundation, through its Valentine Fund for Visionary Leadership, is committed to supporting leadership development for aspiring and executive women leaders of those nonprofit organizations in the region that improve the lives of women and/or girls.
The Valentine Fund for Visionary Leadership (VFVL) is a separate endowment managed by the Valentine Foundation. Created in 2005, this endowment provides a dedicated source of funding for leadership training specifically for women working in the non-profit sector to improve the lives of women and girls. The purpose of the VFVL is to strengthen the organizations that improve the lives of women and girls in the Greater Philadelphia region by:
making current women leaders more effective,
developing the next generation of women leaders, and
Fostering a community of women leaders.
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The terms Greater Philadelphia region and region are understood in the context of this RFP to refer to southeastern Pennsylvania counties (Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia) as well as contiguous counties in southern New Jersey (Camden) and Delaware (New Castle)
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Nonprofit organizations with paid staff operating in the region whose primary focus and mission-driven activities serve to benefit women and/or girls either through direct service, advocacy, public policy or capacity building are eligible to apply for funding from the Valentine Fund for Visionary Leadership.
Consistent with Valentine Foundation’s commitment to support organizations whose primary focus is improving the lives of women and girls, applicant organizations must serve at least 70% female (inclusive of all who identify as female) population, OR have a program that serves 100% women and/or girls. If the organization is eligible because it has a program specifically for women and/or girls, then any individual leader/s who benefit from this grant funding must have an active role within or responsibility for said program.
The VFVL seeks to support both current and emerging women leaders and will accept nominations for an individual or a group from the eligible organization. Board members may be included in groups only if the group also includes staff members.
For more information, visit https://www.valentinefoundation.org/visionary-leadership-fund/grant-application/