Southern Africa Youth Project has published the Call for Proposals for NIMble Grants Program in United State closing date 31 March 2021
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- Eligible Country: United States
- Closing Date: 31 March 2021
- Categories of Organisations: All organisations
- Opportunity Type: Call for proposal
- Submit Application: Online
- Inviting Company/Donor: The Nantahala Health Foundation
- Website for Application and information: Click Here
The Nantahala Health Foundation has announced applications for NIMble Grants Program to support one-time critical purchases, immediate needs for stabilization or crisis response, and/or innovative opportunities related to addressing the social determinants of health as a way to improve health and wellness outcomes throughout their region.
- Access to Healthcare
·EMPLOYMENT AND ECONOMIC SECURITY
·ORGANIZATIONAL AND COMMUNITY CAPACITY BUILDING
Nantahala Health Foundation’s Needs Immediately Met, or NIMble, grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded.
Nantahala Health Foundation, a public 501(c)(3) nonprofit, was created to advance the efforts of improving the health and wellness in the lives of those living in the six-county, westernmost region of North Carolina. This area includes Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Jackson, Macon, and Swain counties, as well as the Qualla Boundary.
For more information, visit Nantahala Health Foundation.
Through our grants programs, we strive to partner with local organizations that have recognized a need, developed an innovative project designed to address that need at its root, and are prepared to see their project through to its conclusion. The projects we are most excited to get behind are those designed to significantly move the needle on issues that impact health and well-being for all those living, learning, working and playing in our region. If you and your organization have something like that in mind, we look forward to hearing more about it.
Nantahala Health Foundation’s Needs Immediately Met, or NIMble, grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded to support one-time critical purchases, immediate needs for stabilization or crisis response, and/or innovative opportunities related to addressing the social determinants of health as a way to improve health and wellness outcomes throughout our region.
Projects seeking funding through this competitive grant process must fit within our defined priority areas (see below).
NIMble’s Anticipated Timeline
- Applications Accepted: March 1 – 31, 2021
- Applications Reviewed: April 1 – 30, 2021
- Applications Approved: May 17, 2021
- Projects Launched: June 1, 2021
- Mid-year Progress Report Due: December 15, 2021
- Final Progress Report Due: June 15, 2022
If you applied for a NHF grant in 2020 on our CommunityForce platform, please use the link above to return to this platform, where you may enter your login and password. If you are new to the platform, please begin your application process by creating a new account.
Once you’ve entered the grants platform, the 2021 NIMble Grant description will appear in the SEARCH window. Basic information about this opportunity will be enhanced on March 1, when the application officially opens.
Please check back in spring for information about our second grant opportunity. The Collaborative Health Innovation Project, or CHIP grant, is anticipated to be capped at $50,000 and will require two or more organizations to work together to meet a regional need.
Funding Priorities Updated For 2021
After hearing from nonprofit and governmental leaders throughout the region, together with information gathered during four previous grant-making cycles and with a growing body of scientific evidence in support of social determinants of health’s impact on wellness, our Board of Directors recently announced a comprehensive update to our grant-making funding priorities.
|Post Date – 25-Mar-2021|
|Deadline Date – 31-Mar-2021|
|Nantahala Health Foundation|
|$1000 to $10,000|
Employment & Labor