The mini-grant provides urgent support to groups planning special gatherings, community meetings, non-violent direct actions, crisis response, specialized trainings, community healing or other activities intended to support and strengthen the physical, social, emotional wellbeing and safety of targeted communities. Funds from this mini-grant may cover the per-diem staff, cost of food, venue, materials, permits and other key costs related to success of the project.
Eligibility Requirements• Organizations or groups applying for this mini-grant must seek to implement projects directly impacting and benefiting youth in the community. • Projects may be inclusive of an intersectional and multi-generational approach.• Applicants must be a current Perrin Family Foundation grantee partner; be referred by a Perrin Family Foundation grantee partner; or have completed a Perrin Family Foundation workshop series.
This mini-grant is not designed to support ongoing programs, projects, or to address unexpected budget shortfalls. Funds cannot be used for lobbying activities. Please note that submission of a request does not guarantee funding.
Rapid Response mini-grant awards are upto $5,000.
If you have questions about your eligibility or need assistance, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.