Community Voices Heard Grant



Organization - Community Voices Heard
Grant Amount - $60,000
Foundation - New York Community Trust
Grant Purpose - to increase voting by low-income citizens


Similar Grants

ShoreBank Corporation - $997,500 from the Mott Foundation - ShoreBank Corporation is launching a $51,750,000 common equity fundraising effort to dramatically increase the scale and impact of its work that benefits low-income and other underserved communities by stimulating economic opportunity. This...

Forum of Tuzla Citizens - $60,000 from the Mott Foundation - The program goal is to increase public participation in decisionmaking and strengthen democratic practices at local and national levels in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The Forum of Tuzla Citizens works to foster local democracy development in the community...

Citizens Union Foundation of the City of New York, Inc. - $70,000 from the New York Community Trust - to improve the voting system

City of Battle Creek - $1,616,160 from the Kellogg Foundation - increase the City of Battle Creek's organizational responsiveness to citizens by building the capacity of neighborhoods and strengthening opportunities for government/citizen partnerships

Rural Dynamics dba CCCS of Montana - $50,000 from the Kellogg Foundation - increase Earned Income Tax Credit access to eligible households, strengthen tribal Volunteer Income Tax Assistance programs, and continue and expand services to Wyoming and other targeted rural communities

  

Recent News from New York Community Trust


Bioeconomy: Bringing in the public

According to BioSTEP, it is crucial for more acceptance and „socially robust innovation“ to bring science and citizens closer without diluting scientific excellence. A way forward is to create a...more

Entrepreneur of the Week: Tanaz Dizadji

The concept aims to solve the “logistical nightmare” of facilitating influencer marketing campaigns, an issue she herself faced when working with brands for Insydo. As for the Brand Ripplr name,...more

Auditor general critical of Alberta Health funding to Pure North

Alberta Health ignored the concerns of its staff and failed to follow its formal grant processes when it awarded a $10-million grant in 2013 to Pure North, a private alternative-health foundation...more

Reporters' Notebook: Feb. 23, 2018

SCHOLAR DOLLARS – The Zonta Cheektowaga-Lancaster Foundation is accepting applications for its annual scholarship program, which offers $1,500 scholarships to female high school seniors and a...more

Dropbox launches global foundation with $20m endowment

Dropbox has launched a foundation with a $20m (around £14.3m) endowment and War Child UK is one of its first grantees. The cloud-based online file storage company was founded in 2007 and has now set...more

Chuck Noll Foundation grants $600K for brain injury research

The Chuck Noll Foundation for Brain Injury Research announced its inaugural grants to research teams totaling more than $600,000. Five research teams from the University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie...more

McDonald: Paxson's promotion of Prospect Medical Holdings risks poor health care for University

Prospect recently purchased a hospital system in Pennsylvania — Crozer-Keystone Health System. Under Pennsylvania law, Prospect was required to put the proceeds of the sale into a community...more

Give Big Gallatin Valley sets $1 million fundraising goal

The Bozeman Area Community Foundation hopes to raise $1 million from 4,000 donors at this year's Give Big Gallatin Valley event. ... event to build enthusiasm for the amazing nonprofits that support...more

A Closer Look: Emily Saveraid
Foundation: National 4-H Council

The National 4-H Council is kind of like what we do in terms of fundraising for the program nationally and then we fundraise for the program statewide. And then we also hold 83 county endowments. So...more

Community Grant funding improves Rush County
Foundation: Rush County Community Foundation

Fortunately, the generosity of many donors has allowed the Rush County Community Foundation to positively impact the aforementioned causes and needs, among many other programs and projects, by...more