Disadvantaged Youth Development Grants

GRANT FOCUS: Youth Development, Disadvantaged Youth, Foster Youth, Juvenile Justice
Amount: Unspecified
May 17, 2019 (Letters of Inquiry) 

“The Fund partners with organizations who help make the connections that our most vulnerable youth desperately need to lead long and successful lives. We believe every young person has the right to more than one opportunity for a good life.

The Andrus Family Fund (AFF) seeks to foster just and sustainable change in the United States. Our work is guided by a strong commitment to social justice and racial equity. Removing barriers and creating conditions in which our most vulnerable youth can thrive not only impacts their lives but also our country’s economic prosperity.

The Andrus Family Fund’s grant-making priorities are directly aligned with our values and a strong commitment to social justice and racial equity. As a result, we are interested in partnering with organizations that understand the intersection of racial and economic justice. We are looking for organizations that are not only interested in receiving a grant, but in building a network of partners and strengthening the fields in which we work.

We fund organizations that operate within the following categories: Direct Service, Policy/Advocacy, Community Organizing, Capacity Building.”

Funder: The Andrus Family Fund
Eligibility: “Groups must be tax-exempt under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Service. Organizations can also submit Letters of Inquiry through a sponsoring organization if the sponsor has a 501 (c) (3) status”
Contact: Link. 

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