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FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

The following resources are from a variety of sources and intended to be a centralization of funding opportunities UnidosUS Affiliates may benefit from. 

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Funding: PhRMA Collaborative Actions to Reach Equity (CAREs) Grant

PhRMA Collaborative Actions to Reach Equity (PhRMA CAREs) Grant will award grants for practical ideas that can be cultivated or implemented to address immediate challenges related to COVID-19 faced by communities of color and that may also demonstrate promise for long-term progress toward health equity solutions. Specifically, this initiative asks respondents to offer ideas to address the following challenge question: What are practical solutions to address disparities in treatment of chronic conditions among communities of color that may be exacerbated by COVID-19? Access the full RFP here.

 

501(c)4 Funding: Omidyar Network Welcomes Applications to Economic Response Advocacy Fund

As the coronavirus pandemic upends the economy, it is critical that government respond with action to support the stability and well-being of American families, particularly those already struggling economically and vulnerable to the consequences of an economic recession.

To inform this conversation,Omidyar Network’s COVID-19 Economic Response Advocacy Fundwill infuse 501(c)(4) funding into national, state, and local advocacy and organizing efforts aimed at passing economic stimulus to address the immediate toll of the COVID-19 pandemic on working people while reshaping economic structures to ensure they are less vulnerable in the future.

 

Click here to access the complete RFP.

Funding: Hispanics in Philanthropy Civic Participation Fund

The Civic Participation fund addresses the critical issues at stake for a fair and accurate 2020 Census to ensure Latinos are counted. To expedite remote digital efforts, HIP has launched a rapid response grant pool for grassroots nonprofit organizations to help ensure Latinos are counted.

Organization in the following states are eligible to apply: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas.

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