Grant priority areas: civic engagement, policy advocacy, community building.
NewGround change-makers (individually, in pairs, or groups) will create a project fulfills the following criteria:
1. Engages the broader community in the work of NewGround2. Is rooted in NewGround values: partnership, reflection, pluralism and transformation3. Applies relationships, skills and experience from the NewGround fellowship4. Has measurable and realistic goals
Funding provided by NewGround will be to help ChangeMakers document their project and create a video to share the work that NewGround is doing. If you need help finding and securing additional funding, please make that clear in your application, and we will do our best to refer you to funding resources or potential partners.
We will pair ChangeMakers with a mentor to help troubleshoot when problems arise, check in on the timeline of the project, and connect them to other individuals or organizations in the community that could help the project succeed.
If you have additional files, please send them to email@example.com, with the subject "Changemaker Microgrant Application."
Deadline: March 2, 2017