Foundation / Corporation
Sonoma Valley Fund - Community Foundation Sonoma County
09/25/15 5:00 PM
Grants of up to $5,000 and in-kind technical assistance to Sonoma County, California nonprofit organizations that promote the complete physical, mental and social well-being of local residents, for capacity building activities. Applicants are invited to attend the August 26 information session to learn more.
The purpose of this program is to strengthen nonprofits currently addressing the unmet health needs of the most vulnerable populations.
This program provides funding and technical assistance to organizations interested in committing time, energy and innovative thinking to assess and plan for increased organizational effectiveness.
Highlights from Year 1 of this opportunity include:
-Participation in a facilitated learning cohort
-Ongoing professional consultation from an expert in nonprofit capacity building
-Comprehensive organizational assessment and support in developing a capacity building plan
-Funding of $5,000 to be used at grantee’s discretion
-Potential for funding beyond the first year of participation
The Foundation recognizes that capacity building can require a long-term investment. Therefore, grantees will have the potential to continue receiving support beyond the first year of funding/technical assistance. For Year 2, participants will be selected from the first year cohort in fall of 2016. Specific support and funding will be designed based on the needs identified by the learning cohort, within the following framework:
Year 2: Practicing how to change
In the second year, the capacity-building activities identified by the organizational assessment will be implemented. Organizations may work with a consultant of their choosing to most effectively put their plan into action.
Year 3: Growing comfortable with change
In the final year, organizations continue to implement capacity building project and incorporate into organizational culture and systems.
GrantWatch ID#: 150591
Grantees receive $5,000 in cash the first year and technical assistance throughout all three program years.
Up to 3 years.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Direct program questions to:
Karin Demarest, Vice President for Programs
Direct online application questions to:
Elly Grogan, Program Officer
Community Foundation Sonoma County
120 Stony Point Road, Suite 220
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
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