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Listed below are current opportunities which are updated regularly. Check back to learn about the latest.
Diversity Among Philanthropic Professionals Survey
DEADLINE: March 15, 2024
The DAPP Survey and Report is unique in soliciting anonymous self-reported data from individuals on the staff and board of participating foundations, helping grantmakers to accurately assess the culture and climate of their institutions. The DAPP report is a landmark tool for analyzing the philanthropic sector’s ongoing commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, and provides a temperature gauge for progress toward a more inclusive sector.
Register your philanthropic organization to participate.
CASEL’s SEL Leadership Academy
DEADLINE: March 19, 2024
This virtual experience is a unique opportunity for leaders from rural, suburban, and urban communities to strengthen their social and emotional learning expertise in community with one another. Up to 45 district and regional office of education employees will be selected to join cohort four from August 2024-June 2025.
Share with your grantees and partners.
Empowering K-8 Youth Through Place-Based Education
DEADLINE: April 10, 2024
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Gulf Research Program (GRP) aims to increase the scientific and environmental literacy and problem-solving skills of children and youth in the Gulf of Mexico region. This funding opportunity will support the next generation of informed citizens, scientists, engineers, and decision-makers in understanding the socio-environmental challenges of their local communities.
Learn more and apply here.
Share with your grantees and partners in the Gulf region.
Standing with the Fearless Fund
GTY has signed onto a statement led by the Council on Foundations (CoF) regarding a lawsuit filed by the American Alliance for Equal Rights. The suit claims that the Atlanta-based Fearless Fund’s efforts to provide grants, tools, and mentorship to women of color is racially discriminatory. CoF noted the Fearless Fund’s program is protected by the First Amendment and “any argument that it is discrimination to help Black women gain opportunity in a field where they are underrepresented ignores the history of our nation.”
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