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SCW 2023 COMMUNITY GRANTS APPLICATION
Period Opens on July 1
Last November, the SCW Community Grant Committee recommended 13 new Community Grants for 2022 totaling $52,950, with Individual grant amounts ranging from $2000 to $5000.
The 2023 SCW Community Grant Committee includes Mary Jane Mikuriya, Athena Papadakos, Tom Brookshire, Melvin Starks, and Thad Smith.
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In keeping with our mission, the Society for Community Work gives grants to organizations in the community who provide services in keeping with our values. The SCW Community Grants Committee is responsible for choosing these organizations.
From Thad Smith, Chair, 2022 SCW Community Grants Committee
The SCW Board met in November and approved the SCW Community Grant Committee’s recommendations for 13 new Community Grants totaling $52,950, with Individual grant amounts ranging from $2000 to $5000.
The following organizations were awarded grants:
Children & Youth: Daly City Youth Health Center, Greenlight Clinic, The Practice Space, The Read-Aloud Volunteer Program
Film: Kirana Productions
Theater: Cutting Ball Theater, The Marsh, Projection Commotion
LGBT: interACT, The LGBT Asylum Project
Unhoused People: Home Away from Homelessness
Peace: Rebuilding Alliance
Prisons: Project Avary
The 2022 SCW Community Grant Committee includes Nancy Buffum, Larry Danos, Daniel Jackoway, Joan Rost, and Thad Smith. I want to thank each and every member of the 2022 SCW Community Grants Committee for agreeing to participate in this work. Each member brought important skills and knowledge that made this year such a success. I am particularly proud of our efforts to locate and support organizations with smaller budgets where our grants make more of an impact.
In the current schedule, the Committee receives grant requests in the early fall and the team will approve proposed grants in October or November. The grants will be distributed the following year, usually starting in January.
Every organization, which applies for a grant must provide certain documentation:
proof of their nonprofit status,
annual budget and expenditure reports, and
annual report or a detailed description of their activities.
The Committee seeks to provide funding to organizations addressing several categories of issues, such as services for women and children, disability and aging issues, homeless services, support for high school students reaching towards college education, prison rehabilitation, and ecology. In making our selection, we consider the need for the services provided, the uniqueness of the service, and the amount of difference receiving a small grant would make to the organization.
If you are interested in proposing an organization for support or if you yourself are an organization interested in applying for a grant, you may currently contact email@example.com.
Please send paper mail to:
SCW Community Grants Committee
Society for Community Work
1187 Franklin Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
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