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Non-Profit Management Assistance Grants

Grants for Baltimore City Non-Profits
to Further Develop their Organizations

Agency Type:

Foundation / Corporation

Funding Source:

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Goldseker Foundation

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Grants of up to $10,000 are available to non-profit organizations that provide innovative, high-quality programming to local residents. The purpose of these grants is provide funding to help smaller, well-established Baltimore City non-profits make investments in specific, well-defined organizational development activities that would not otherwise be possible because of limited budget resources. Funding is intended to principally support the engagement of qualified outside consulting expertise.

The Foundation will consider applications in the following categories:
- Strategic Planning
- Fund Development & Sustainability
- Financial Management Systems Improvement
- Program Evaluation
- IT Assessment & Planning (not hardware or software purchases)
- Board Development, Executive Coaching, & Succession Planning

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 127915

Estimated Size of Grant:

Up to $10,000


Additional Eligibility Criteria:

Non-profit 501(c)3 organizations that carry out their work principally in metropolitan Baltimore, primarily Baltimore City, are eligible to apply.

Preference will be given to those organizations whose programs fit within the Foundation’s published areas of interest and grant making policies. Information about the Foundation’s areas of interest and policies can be found at

Note: Most management assistance grant recipients have operating budgets of less than $2 million.

Pre-Application Information:

Application Process:
Step 1: Call Laurie Latuda at the Foundation, 410-837-6115, to briefly describe your initiative and discuss its general eligibility for grant consideration.

Step 2: If you are invited to apply, form or designate a specific committee of staff and board leaders who will plan and participate in the prospective management assistance initiative. Begin the selection process for engaging the appropriate management consulting expertise. Interview at least two consultants. Applicants should speak with consultants and have a fairly well-defined scope of work for the project before submitting an application.

Step 3: Send proposals to the attention of:
Laurie M. Latuda, Program Officer
Management Assistance Grants Application
Goldseker Foundation
1040 Park Avenue, Ste. 310
Baltimore, MD 21201

All applicants must pledge a cash match. Organizations with a budget of $250,000 or greater are asked to pledge a cash match equal to at least 50% of the requested grant amount. Organizations with budgets under $250,000 are asked to pledge a cash match equal to at least 25% of the requested grant amount.

Up to 20% of the requested grant may be used for staff or organizational expenses directly related to this initiative; the balance of the budget is for engaging outside expertise to help facilitate leadership meetings, conduct targeted trainings, and/or advise the development of organizational plans.

Contact Information:

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

Laurie Latuda
Phone: 410-837-6115

Goldseker Foundation
1040 Park Avenue, Ste. 310
Baltimore, MD 21201

Grant Coverage Areas:

Baltimore City

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Geographic Focus:

USA: Maryland