GRANTS

Our grantmaking focuses on advancing our mission of championing efforts that prioritize community goals that challenge racial inequities and advance excellent, student-centered public education for all New England youth

Revere High School

GRANTMAKING

 

Open Opportunities

Rapid Response: Racism is a Virus Too
The Nellie Mae Education Foundation created this rapid response fund to respond to the hate crimes and bias against Asian American communities resulting from COVID-19. The Foundation has allocated resources for the Racism is a Virus Too rapid response grant fund to support Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) that provide services for AAPI communities. Download the RFP here.

Amplifying Youth Voice
This grant fund will amplify the authentic voices of young people, giving them a seat at the table around decisions that affect their future. Additionally, this fund will focus on building the capacity, power, and voice of youth organizing groups throughout the New England region. 

RFP now open for this project. 

The webinar recording for this grant opportunity can be acccessed here.


The FAQ document for this grant opportunity can be accessed here.


If you have any questions about general grantmaking, please contact Ellen Wang. If you have any questions about event sponsorships, please contact Chiara WegenerIntroduce yourselves to us and stay up to date on upcoming opportunities!
 
THE FOUNDATION DOES NOT GIVE OUT GRANTS TO INDIVIDUALS.