Foundation / Corporation
05/29/20 5:00 PM (EDT)
Grants and in-kind services to USA nonprofit organizations to produce original, creative solutions to solve social problems. Funding is intended for organizations that serve vulnerable populations and that have the potential to be high-impact. Priority will be given to applicants in the greater New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles regions. Network for Social Innovation Partners will receive financial capital for general operating purposes and creative capital.
GrantWatch ID#: 189350
Each organization will receive an initial one-year cash investment of up to $100,000.
- Non-financial contributions, including, but not limited to: Convenings (Impact Lab), Strategic advisory services, Networking, Employee engagement
- Creative capital contributions will be determined based on the unique needs of each organization
Future funding is not guaranteed; decisions will be made as a function of the size, budget and relative need of the organization, and the ultimate Network for Social Innovation portfolio composition.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Access the Eligibility Quiz: https://guggenheimnsi.smapply.io/prog/216500/apply/. If your organization is eligible, the Round 1 Application will "unlock".
For questions or concerns, please send an email to CSR@GuggenheimPartners.com. Make sure to include the name of your organization in the subject line. Responses are generally provided within five business days.
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