Officials developing the newly appropriated Social Innovation Fund – a $50 million Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) initiative to support nonprofit innovation – are inviting feedback from the field on a draft Notice of Funds Available for the fiscal 2010 program.
CNCS is looking for input on specific aspects of the Social Innovation Fund, including its treatment of low-income, rural and “significantly philanthropically underserved” communities. “Specifically,&rdquo . . .
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