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Grants to California Organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area to
Provide Disadvantaged Youth with Early Work Experiences

Agency Type:

Foundation / Corporation

Funding Source:

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Morris Stulsaft Foundation

Deadline Date:

08/24/17 5:00 PM

Description:

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Grants to California nonprofits and organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area for work experience opportunities for low-income youth. Funding is intended for programs that provide hands-on job experiences and connect youth to fields in which there are current job opportunities and career ladders, such as construction, healthcare, and technology.

Programs should foster the understanding of work as an integral and satisfying aspect of life.

Priority will be given to programs serving foster and homeless youth and youth from neighborhoods of concentrated disadvantage. Programs must provide or connect youth to paid work experience, teach soft skills, and encourage high school completion. The foundation is particularly interested in programs leading to careers in which there are current and emerging job sectors in the Bay Area. Partnerships with high schools and community colleges that provide work-based learning and/or apprenticeships will Francisco.

The Foundation will consider capital requests, but an organization must be invited to apply.

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 178348

Term of Contract:

The Foundation does not make multi-year grants, but subsequent requests may be considered. Organizations may receive funding for up to three consecutive years.

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

Grants are geographically limited to organizations headquartered in and serving the five San Francisco Bay Area counties of Alameda, Marin, northern San Mateo (extending south to Redwood City), San Francisco, and west Contra Costa.

Restrictions:

- The Foundation does not award grants to individuals or independent schools.
- The Foundation does not support conferences, events, endowments, fund development, or deficit reduction.
- The Foundation does not support psychological services to individuals or case management services.

Pre-Application Information:

The Foundation may request to make a site visit to a program or invite an applicant to present to the Board.

New applicant procedures: http://www.stulsaft.org/grantseekers/new-applicants/

Active grantee procedures: http://www.stulsaft.org/grantseekers/active-grantees/

Guidelines: http://www.stulsaft.org/grantseekers/#priorities

Timeline:

- Applications open August 7, 2017
- Applications due August 24, 2017
-Notification will be in December 2017

Contact Information:

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

Register and apply online:
https://pfs.smartsimple.us/welcome/morrisstulsaft

Please direct technical questions and feedback about the application process to Jessica Sutton at 415-561-6540 x238 or jsutton@pfs-llc.net.

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Geographic Focus:

USA: California: San Francisco Bay Area counties of Alameda, Marin, northern San Mateo (extending south to Redwood City), San Francisco, and west Contra Costa