Here's a list of funding opportunities that can help you get the financial resources to do the work.
The Well Fargo Regional Foundation is offering the following two competitive grant programs: Neighborhood Planning Grants of $25,000 to $100,000 support intensive 12 to 24 month resident-driven neighborhood planning processes.
The Bush Prize for Community Innovation honors innovative nonprofit organizations and government entities with a track record of making great ideas happen in the regions the Bush Foundation serves.
Department of Health and Human Services is providing support support to strengthen organizational capacity to respond to the changing healthcare landscape and increase access to high-quality HIV primary healthcare services for low-income, uninsured, and underserved people living with HIV.
BUILD is looking to support innovative collaboratives that include a community-based organization, hospital or health system, and public health department working together to address challenges and drive improvements in community health.
The Healthy Food Financing Initiative is offering grants to support projects that improve access to healthy foods in underserved areas, create and preserve quality jobs, and revitalize low-income communities.
The Foundation will issue two RFPs that address the following focus areas: The Economic Mobility Focused on the Needs of Individuals and Families; The Economic Mobility and Social Progress Focused on the Needs of the Community.
Wells Fargo and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Resilient Communities Program has issued an RFP for projects designed to help communities prepare for future environmental challenges.
The Partnership to Advance Youth Apprenticeship is offering grants along with technical assistance to start new youth apprenticeship programs or expand and improve existing programs.
New York Life Foundation is offering grants through the Aim High grant program, administered by the Afterschool Alliance, for out-of-school programs serving middle school youth nationwide.
The Tufts Health Plan Foundation is dedicated to improving the health and wellness of communities in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. They are currently accepting requests for grants in two focus areas.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is offering grants for communities and organizations that have developed and implemented approaches that address the health impacts of climate change, while improving health equity.