Marian Cheek Jackson Center for Saving and Making History’s staff with Fusion Youth Radio and Beat Making Lab youth at the Allied Media Conference.
In light of the COVID-19 Pandemic and the financial hardship many organizations are experiencing, we have made some changes to our Spring 2020 Grant Cycle.
The deadline for applications is Thursday, April 30th.
>> Eligibility Requirements
Any 501(c)3 organization that has received grant funding from Strowd Roses in the past is eligible to apply.
Organizations that received funding within the past 12 months are eligible and are not required to submit a one-year accounting form prior to submitting a new application.
Organizations may receive funding for a third time within a 36-month period.
No funding will be awarded to organizations applying to Strowd Roses for the first time. These applications will be deferred to a future grant cycle.
No funding will be awarded to individuals or government entities.
No funding will be granted for UNC-affiliated clubs or programs; summer camps; or programs held in Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools or for CHCCS students. (Strowd Roses provides an annual block grant to the Public School Foundation, which supports summer camp programming and teacher/staff grants)
Award amounts will vary based on organizational capacity, scope of services provided, community needs, and total resources available. The maximum amount organizations can request is $10,000. All funding awarded will be unrestricted.
The changes to eligibility and the grant application process are for this Spring 2020 Grant Cycle only and are in response to the unique challenges facing nonprofit organizations in light of COVID-19.
The deadline for applications for the Spring 2020 grant cycle is Thursday, April 30th.