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Grant Alerts: Youth, Christian, & Mental Health - 9.26.2023



Apply for LookUp Innovation Challenge ($2,500 Seed Grant)

https://lookup.live/innovation-challenge-24

Deadline: November 28, 2023


If you’re ages 18-25 and have an idea that improves mental health in the digital world, apply now for the LookUp Innovation Challenge to become the next LookUp Innovator!


This program is for exceptional youth advocates, storytellers, and innovators with bold ideas – those willing to create campaigns and design solutions to address the youth mental health crisis through digital wellbeing and youth led movements.




The American Psychiatric Association Foundation is seeking applications for The MOORE Equity in Mental Health Community Grants Program.



Donor Name: American Psychiatric Association Foundation


State: All States


County: All Counties


Type of Grant: Grant


Deadline: 09/30/2023


Size of the Grant: $10,000


Grant Duration: 2 years


Details:


The MOORE Equity in Mental Health Community Grants Program was established in 2021 by American Psychiatric Association’s (APA) Division of Diversity and Health Equity and APA Foundation (APAF) to support community organizations that have undertaken innovative awareness programs and/or have provided services to improve the mental health of young people of color.


Grant recipients will be selected based on one or more of the following initiatives focused on young people of color:


Delivering innovative programming that addresses mental health and substance use disorder inequities.

Promoting awareness of mental health and substance use disorder inequities.

Increasing equitable access to mental health and substance use disorder care.

Enhancing the quality of culturally and linguistically appropriate services in mental health and substance use disorder care.


Funding Information


The MOORE Equity in Mental Health Community Grants Program awards will be in the total amount of $10,000 for a two-year funding period contingent on the first year being successfully completed.


Eligibility Criteria


To be eligible for the MOORE Equity in Mental Health Community Grants Program, applicants must meet the following criteria:


Be a U.S. based non-profit community organization certified as tax exempt in accordance with criteria set forth by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) under Section 501(c)(3), 501(c)(4), or 501(c)(6) of the U.S. Tax Code.

Demonstrate recent efforts toward addressing mental health and substance use disorder inequities experienced by young people of color.

Provide a scalable and sustainable plan.

Have been operational for at least two consecutive years.

Committed to participating in quarterly MOORE Equity in Mental Health Community Grants Program virtual meetings.


Ineligibility


The MOORE Equity in Mental Health Community Grants Program will not provide grants to:


Individuals;

For-profit organizations;

Any organization that does not have an IRS Section 501(c)(3), 501(c)(4), or 501(c)(6) tax exempt status;

Any organization that discriminates against individuals on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by law in your state and/or any federal anti-discrimination statute or regulation; and

Organizations requesting funding for capital improvement initiatives.



The Black Emotional & Mental Health Collective is offering awards of $10,000 to support Black-led peer support and community health projects that center around Black folks living in distress or living with mental health conditions.


Donor Name: Black Emotional & Mental Health Collective


State: All States


County: All Counties


Type of Grant: Grant


Deadline: 10/01/2023


Size of the Grant: $10,000



Details:


This Black Peer Support & Community Care grant project is sponsored by BEAM, as part of the Black Wellness Innovation Fund.


The Black Wellness Innovation Fund is a funder collaborative that supports innovative, Black-led wellness work in Black communities. They are calling on national organizations to join us in building out this Fund to further support the collective wellness of Black communities.


Despite the growing awareness of Black mental health and distress in the United States, no national fund exists to support innovative, Black led wellness and mental health resources. The Black Wellness Innovation Fund aims to fill this monumental gap.


What is this funding for?


General operating support for:


Peer support groups

Healing circles

Social support spaces

Wellness projects focused on Black folks.


Who should apply?


Black disability justice collectives

Individuals or small non-profits convening Black folks for wellness circles regularly

Therapists or skilled wellness facilitators seeking funds to sustain groups that support Black folks.




If you are in need of grant writing support, please contact Alana. V. Allen at https://www.alanaknowsnonprofits.com/grantwriting

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