Foundation / Corporation
Grants to Delaware nonprofit organizations for a broad range of programs and projects that focus on the integration and well-being of the Latino population. Funding is intended to promote educational opportunities, support access to healthcare, and advance advocacy programs that promote academic success and health equity.
Educational Opportunities: Programs help Spanish-dominant immigrant families learn to read and write in their native language as well as to communicate in English. Community and school programs help Latino families integrate and reach academic and career goals. Programs should change lives by:
Access to Healthcare - Creating Healthier Families and Communities: Eligible programs increase bilingual, culturally relevant care (screening, diagnosis, education and treatment) for Latinos affected by chronic stress, mental or behavioral disorders, or other major health common conditions that reduce the quality and length of life. In addition, programs should increase access to critically needed care by supporting affordable, community-based programs staffed by bilingual and culturally sensitive professionals practicing in trusted settings.
Advocacy - Promoting Academic Success and Health Equity: Funding support and collaboration with partners increase community understanding of the education and health issues of Delaware’s Latino families. These partnerships support equity resulting in improved academic success and health by engaging Latino students, their parents, education and health professionals, and community organizations to learn and take actions that shape important policies.
The Fund, in partnership with nonprofit organizations:
GrantWatch ID#: 179418
While funding is provided for one year, some proposals may be eligible for a second or third year of support.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Pre-Proposal Form: See the URL for Full Text.
Dr. Christine A. Cannon, Executive Director
Delaware Community Foundation
40 East Main Street, Suite #151
Newark, Delaware 19711
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