Yes, there are available grants for black-owned nonprofits in the United States of America. The truth is that there are loads of initiatives that are geared toward supporting African-Americans but funding has become a major setback for such initiatives. Good enough, there are some organizations that have dedicated funds to support black nonprofit organizations. These…

 

The Arkansas Black Hall of Fame works to safeguard the name of the founding fathers of the state of Arkansas. The Arkansas Community Foundation founded the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame Foundation to guarantee that African-American and underprivileged communities obtain assistance and adequate resources. They carry out their quest by distributing grants to charitable organizations…

 

The Goldman Sachs Grant for Black Women is part of the one million black women initiatives, which aims to allocate $10 million over a multi-year grant scheme, to scale nonprofit organizations’ initiatives that focus on improving the lives of black women. Goldman Sachs created the grant scheme in response to information from black women’s non-profit…

 
 

The Nationwide Affiliation of Black Accountants, Inc., (NABA) is a nonprofit organization that is devoted to bridging the gap for Black professionals in accounting-related fields. NABA was established in the hopes of offering management and technical coaching, in addition to networking and professional alternatives to the African American community. NABA advances folks, careers, and the…

 

There are various methods firms give to good causes, and so they fall into two broad classes: direct giving and company basis grants. Direct Giving Direct giving consists of matching worker donations to pick charities, working an automated payroll deduction program for charitable giving, worker volunteer applications, and far. Direct giving may also embody targeted advertising and marketing…

 

Grants are awarded to charitable organizations that are tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. No grants are made to individuals. Requests for endowment; annual fund campaigns; sponsorships; and special events are discouraged. Grants are not made to affiliates of large public charities such as The United Way, The March of Dimes, American…

 

Grants to USA and territories nonprofit organizations for the development and implementation of services to minority and underserved victims of domestic and gender-based violence. Applicants are advised to complete required registrations well in advance of the deadline. Funding is intended to support coordinated community responses that hold offenders accountable and serve victims. New and continuation…

 

Grants averaging $5,000 to Tennessee nonprofit organizations in eligible locations for projects and programs to benefit communities of color. Applicants are required to submit an eligibility profile prior to applying. In this year’s grant program, funding is intended for projects/programs that increase access and/or elevate the quality of life for communities of color. Applicants are…

 

Grants of up to $55,000 and in-kind support to North Carolina nonprofit organizations for assistance during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis. Funding is intended to help local nonprofits that face financial hardship and increased demand due to the pandemic. The Foundation will focus its efforts on marginalized communities that have been disproportionately affected by the…

 

Grants of up to $20,000 to Indiana nonprofits and public entities such as municipalities, schools, and libraries for a variety of community benefit programs in the areas of diversity, arts, children and youth, hunger, early education, as well as programs that serve the African American community. Grants awarded from Field of Interest Funds must align…