Up to 10 winners, chosen in July, could provide sub-grants of at least $100,000 to nonprofits
Fifteen of the 69 applicants vying for a share of $50 million in Social Innovation Program (SIP) matching funds – offered by the Corporation for National & Community Service (CNCS) in support of “transformative” solutions to social challenges – have submitted applications under the youth development/school support priority area.
In a conference call briefing on the SIP program yesterday, Marta Urquilla . . .
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