The New York City League and its companions invite community-based organizations (CBOs) to use for a NYC Council Communities of Coloration Nonprofit Stabilization Fund (CCNSF) grant by the brand new prolonged deadline of Nov. 6, 2020 at 5 p.m.
The New York Metropolis Council established the Communities of Coloration Nonprofit Stabilization Fund (CCNSF) in recent times and has allotted $2.5 million to award grants to help Black, Latino, and Asian-led community-based organizations all through New York Metropolis’s 5 boroughs.
The primary New York Metropolis Council fund of its type, CCNSF goals to construct the capability of New York Metropolis nonprofits in recognition of the truth that organizations led by folks of the group are finest geared up to satisfy the wants of the group.
These CBOs provide an array of providers to New Yorkers and are being funded to deal with a wide range of infrastructural wants together with management growth, monetary administration, and outcomes system growth, amongst others.
This 12 months’s Request for Utility (RFA) interval for Monetary Yr 2021 Communities of Color Nonprofit Stabilization Fund (CCNSF) grant is already open, and the deadline to use has been prolonged to Nov. 6, 2020 at 5 p.m. for the 2021 grant.
The New York City League, Asian American Federation, Coalition for Asian American Kids and Households and Hispanic Federation collectively held two digital briefing classes in October for community-based organizations to study making use of for the CCNSF funding alternative.
Anybody who missed the classes and is occupied with studying extra can nonetheless view them on-line. The session which occurred on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020 overlaying Bronx and Queens may be considered right here on Vimeo.
Sarah Yvonne Smothers is the undertaking coordinator at New York City League, Inc. “I encourage nonprofits to use for this grant. I’ve seen organizations host their first board retreats and develop strategic plans, develop CRM techniques and be capable to observe program affect and develop profitable fundraising methods and execute occasions and campaigns all because of this distinctive funding,” she mentioned. “Throughout this 12 months of maximum hardship we hope that much more CBOs will apply for this grant, permitting them to achieve out to and serve our communities, most impacted by COVID-19 and financial circumstances.”
Grants of $35,000 or $45,000 will likely be awarded, based mostly on organizational funds. Go to https://www.ccnsfund.org/how-to-apply to assessment eligibility standards.
Along with granting these capacity-building awards, the coordinating organizations will conduct many coaching classes overlaying a wide range of matters comparable to board growth, monetary administration, and fundraising, supplied to awardees and candidates.
Arva Rice is govt director of the New York City League. “NYUL is happy to proceed our partnership with the Hispanic Federation, Asian American Federation, and Coalition for Asian American Kids and Households to higher serve New York Metropolis neighborhoods,” she mentioned. “The monetary help in core areas of nonprofit administration, peer connection, and networking has vastly strengthened chosen organizations. Over the previous six years, this program has made measurable impacts in our metropolis’s invaluable nonprofits and, in flip, has improved the lives of New Yorkers all through the Metropolis.”
Study extra about Group briefings at https://www.ccnsfund.org/community-briefings.
Go to www.ccnsfund.org to entry the RFA and discover out extra.
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