Grant Project Information Grantmaking Program Arts and Culture Blue Cross Rural Health Board Discretionary Environment Humanics Students4Giving MOC Fund NextGen Philanthropy Organizational Effectiveness Transformative Opportunities for Youth Unsolicited LOI Youth
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Make available to interested donors? * Yes No Main Program Area A - Arts, Culture & Humanities B - Education C - Environment D - Animal Related E - Health Care F - Mental Health & Crisis Intervention G - Voluntary Health Associations & Medical Disciplines H - Medical Research I - Crime & Legal Related J - Employment K - Food, Agriculture & Nutrition L - Housing & Shelter M - Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness & Relief N - Recreation & Sports O - Youth Development P - Human Services Q - International, Foreign Affairs & National Security R - Civil Rights, Social Action & Advocacy S - Community Improvement & Capacity Building T - Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking Foundations U - Science & Technology V - Social Science W - Public & Societal Benefit X - Religion related Y - Mutual & Membership Benefit Z - Unknown Funding Priority Education and Career Tech Ed Jobs Quality, Safe Neighborhoods Healthy Environments Other Funding Priority Grant Type Capacity Building Capital Purchase Leadership Development Organizational Development Organizing Program and Services Scholarships Systems Change Is this a new program? Yes No
Select "No" if program already exists.
Economic Groups to be Served: All income brackets High Income Low income Moderate income Poverty Not applicable Not tracked Ethnic Group(s) to be Served: White, not Hispanic or Latino Hispanic or Latino (of any race) Asian Black or African American Multiracial (two or more ethnic groups) American Indian and Alaska Native Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Population to be Served: General Public Activists Artists/Performers Caregivers Domestic Workers Farmers Foster/Adopted Children Military/Veterans Orphans Parents Retired People Unemployed Sex Workers Veterans Widows/Widowers Gender All Males Females Non-Binary Gender Not-Applicable Age of Groups Served Prenatal 0 to 5 6 to 12 13 to 17 18 to 24 24 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65+ County(ies) to be Served: Fresno Kings Madera Mariposa Merced Tulare Type of Geographic Region: Rural Urban Both Project Name Amount Requested Project Description Provide a clear and concise description of the proposed project and how it will be implemented. Make sure to address the following items: 1. Description of the specific activities that the proposed grant will fund. 2. The projected timeline for the activities. 3. Description of how the project activities build on the organization’s past work. 4. If this is an existing project or program, describe the impact, successes, or learning opportunities you have had in implementing this in our communities. Also, provide a demographic profile of the clients served. Goals, Objectives, and Outcomes Goals Section Purpose:
To articulate the intended result of the grant and progress towards community impact.
1. Should start with “To.”
2. Should reflect intended progress toward goals as opposed to completion of short-term objectives.
3. An ideal number of goals: 1-3. Each should be numbered.
Example: To increase access to the art for low-income, disadvantaged communities in the Central Valley Objectives Section Purpose: To identify bodies of work (inclusive of multiple activities) the grantee will engage with CVCF Funding and to articulate mutually agreed upon benchmarks. Format 1. Each objective should begin with “To.” 2. Should be quantitative to the extent possible. 3. May be time-limited. 3. May include specific deliverables. 4. Should avoid serving as a laundry list of all activities and benchmarks. Instead, to the extent possible, should group related activities by the body of work or type of tactic. 5. An ideal number of objectives: 1-6. Each objective should be numbered. Example:To promote the utilization of non-traditional spaces for arts engagements with events hosted in three community spaces and outreach to a minimum of 150 community members. Outcomes Section Purpose: Expected outcomes are the individual, organizational or community-level changes that can reasonably occur during the grant period as a result of the proposed activities or services. The expected outcomes may relate to a new level of functioning of an organization, new or expanded resources devoted to addressing the goal, or specific changes in the knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors among program participants after program participation. About the Organization A statement of your organization's history and any other pertinent information you would like to share. 1. The organization’s major accomplishments, and how the organization will build on these successes to improve impact and effectiveness in the future 2. Specific issues that the proposed grant will help the organization address. 3. Proposed staffing for the project, identifying project personnel and any consultants or advisors who will be involved with the project. 4. Overview of partnerships with other organizations and resources in the communities or fields in which you work that you will utilize during the implementation of the proposed grant. 5. If your proposal is for core support, provide an overview (or attachment) of the organization’s strategic plan, if available. Supplemental Questions
For grants request over $20,001
Rationalle Describe the rationale for the proposed scope of work (What will it accomplish, and why is this important?), include: 1. An overview of relevant research which guided the development of the project strategy. 2. The rationale for your organization to lead the work (How is your organization uniquely positioned to carry out this effort?).
How will your organization build upon or coordinate with the work of others in this area? Address how this project integrates with other community-wide efforts. Please describe with whom you will work and how your partners will share data.