The Clinton School of Public Service Center on Community Philanthropy is committed to promoting racial equity across the Delta region. As a part of this continuous effort, the Center is excited to announce the 2019 Community Philanthropy Advancing Equity Award. This exciting opportunity is offered to nonprofits, individuals, or faith-based groups who demonstrate innovative ways to promote equity and inclusion in their communities. This award seeks to encourage those who, through committing time and resources to expand diverse leadership within their communities, recognize the struggles specific to marginalized populations – particularly children and youth.
The Center is looking for applicants who utilize resources in their community to foster racial healing and promote racial equity. This award aims to serve those who are using innovative solutions to address inequalities in their communities and advance progress towards inclusion. These solutions should encourage the development of a pro-equity culture within their communities, while also making incremental, measurable, and visible progress towards racial equity.
The Advancing Equity Award will range from $5,000 to $10,000.
Learn more about the recipients of the 2018 Community Philanthropy Advancing Equity Award here.
How to Apply:
Submit a one-page letter of interest highlighting:
- Organization’s history or individual accomplishments
- Efforts toward promoting racial equity
- Plan on how you will utilize the Advancing Equity Award
Applicants must submit the one-page letter of interest via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11:59 p.m. CT on November 20, 2018 with the email subject title “2019 AEA Application.” All applicants will receive an email acknowledging receipt of their proposal.
About the Center on Community Philanthropy
Launched in 2007, the Clinton School Center on Community Philanthropy was created to focus its teaching, research and leadership development exclusively on the emerging field of community philanthropy, the idea of giving time, talent and treasure to build stronger communities from within.