Foundation / Corporation
Fund for Santa Barbara
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Grants to California community organizations for social change activities in eligible locations. Funding is intended to support projects that seek solutions to challenging political, economic, social, and environmental issues. Requests will be accepted for seed funding, general support, and projects from smaller organizations, and for targeted grants from larger, more established organizations. Funded projects must take place in Santa Barbara County.
Founded by a group of individuals who shared a vision of a just and humane society, The Fund is dedicated to finding solutions to current and emerging problems that challenge society as a whole. The Fund's mission is advancing progressive change for strengthening movements for social, political, and environmental justice.
The Fund gives preference to projects that address the root causes of social, economic, environmental, and political problems. The Fund invites applications from groups that:
Operate in a democratic manner, responsive to and directed by the constituency being served.
GrantWatch ID#: 168699
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To apply online: https://thefundforsantabarbara.submittable.com/submit/184040/fund-for-santa-barbara-general-grant-spring-2021
For questions, and to submit a proposal review: email@example.com.
The Fund for Santa Barbara
PO Box 90710
Santa Barbara, CA 93190-0710
Santa Maria Office:
120 East Jones Street, Suite 110
Santa Maria, CA 93454
USA: California: Santa Barbara County
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