Community Grants Available though National Coalition of 100 Black Women
NCBW-OBAC Community Grants Program is currently accepting applications from Nonprofits!
The National Coalition of 100 Black Women Oakland-Bay Area Chapter is a volunteer women’s organization that works to provide programs and services to increase the population of African-American women in economic, civic, entrepreneurial, and human service arenas of their respective communities through education, scholarship, and collaboration.
They are currently accepting applications from a diverse and wide-range of organizations to apply for NCBW community grant. The application deadline is Saturday, October 10, 2009 so please act today. Applications must be received by October 10th.
The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, through its Community Grant Policy, may elect to award assistance to local organizations. The objective of the Community Grant Policy is to provide monetary or in-kind assistance to those agencies and organizations from the local community that contribute to the furtherance of the Coalition’s goals and objectives.
Following are the criteria of qualifying applicants:
- Organization must serve women of color
- Must be located in the surrounding communities of the Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area
- Formal application must be submitted
- The request must be consistent with and further the goals and objectives of the Coalition’s vision and mission statements.
The following will NOT be considered for funding:
- For-Profit Entities
- Direct Assistance to Individuals
- Religious Organizations
- Existing Debts, Obligations or Deficits
- Political Parties, Candidates or Activities
Please contact Andrea Walker at 510-663-2253 or email@example.com for assistance in completing your application or if you have any questions and concerns.