Grant dollars available from the Women’s Giving Alliance

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Posted 12/7/22

CLAY COUNTY – Women’s Giving Alliance, an initiative of The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida, is offering significant grant money for nonprofits in our area that provide services to …

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Grant dollars available from the Women’s Giving Alliance

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CLAY COUNTY – Women’s Giving Alliance, an initiative of The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida, is offering significant grant money for nonprofits in our area that provide services to women and girls.

The grant process has begun for 2023 funding from the Women’s Giving Alliance, a dynamic group of diverse women who pool their philanthropic giving to make a lasting impact on the lives of women and girls in Northeast Florida – Clay, Duval, Nassau, St. Johns, Putnam and Baker counties.

WGA recognizes that non-profit agencies and their clients in Northeast Florida continue to be disproportionately negatively impacted by recent and persistent economic conditions. In response, WGA is offering one-time grants for agency workforce support or for client basic needs support. Learn more at //jaxcf.formstack.com/forms/wga_2023clientbasicneeds.

Organizations may apply for only one of the two opportunities available: a one-year grant with an amount of as much as 50,000. Grant size cannot be more than 20% of the organization's overall budget.

To apply online, click on jaxcf.formstack.com/forms/wga_2023workforcesupport for the agency workforce support grant application.

For more information, contact Nikki Sabol, WGA Director, at nsabol@jaxcf.org or (904) 356-4483.

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