The second track of grants to the Community COVID-19 United Relief Fund will address the financial impact of COVID-19 on nonprofits’ organizational capacity to provide community services.
Eligible applicants must be a 501(c)3 nonprofit in compliance with IRS guidelines after having applied and received approval through a designation letter from the IRS.
This track will provide resources to address the financial impact of COVID-19 on eligible nonprofits’ organizational capacity to provide community services by funding projects for unexpected infrastructure and equipment repairs and/or necessary adaptations to operations to address COVID-19 best practices.
The original track, providing funds for programming that meets basic needs and wellness efforts for individuals impacted by COVID-19, would continue to accept applications concurrently with the new track. Both tracks would accept and review grants on a rolling basis. The original track would remain with awards up to $2,500 per grant, maximum of 4 grants per organization. The new track would award up to $5,000 per grant, maximum 2 grants per organization.
Applications can be found at https://cacfinfo.org/grants/