Livelihood training, quality education, and healthcare programs emphasized in mission to end poverty
Submitted by UNFCU Foundation
LONG ISLAND CITY, N.Y., May 1, 2023 /CSRwire/ - The UNFCU Foundation announced that it is now accepting grant applications for funding support in 2024. Applicants may submit funding requests up to $50,000.
Eligible organizations must align with the UNFCU Foundation’s mission to sustain paths out of poverty for women and youth. New applicants and returning partners can view grant information on the online application portal on unfcufoundation.org. This includes timeframes for submission, and a quick guide with responses to frequently asked questions.
“In collaborating with innovative partners, we want to expand and create new opportunities for vulnerable women and youth to flourish,” said Yma Gordon, the Executive Director of the UNFCU Foundation. “Our approach centers on advancing impactful programs in the communities we serve. At this midway point in the world’s accomplishing the Sustainable Development Goals, the moment is now to do more.”
Grant Application Guidelines
UNFCU Foundation will prioritize applications for projects that emphasize access to quality education, critical healthcare, and successful livelihood training outcomes. Particular consideration will be given to projects which incorporate sustainability and sustainable development practices.
Projects will specifically benefit marginalized women and youth in:
Entities from designated regions must be either a US-based 501(c)(3) organization, a United Nations agency or program, or an international organization with a US-based 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor.
We look for these criteria when evaluating new grant requests:
UNFCU Foundation does not provide grants to the following:
ABOUT UNFCU FOUNDATION
UNFCU Foundation is an accredited New York-based, non-profit corporation launched in 2015. It was established by the United Nations Federal Credit Union (UNFCU) with a mission to sustain the path out of poverty through healthcare and education for women and youth. Since its inception, UNFCU Foundation has supported programs to enable more than 43,600 marginalized women and youth to unlock their potential.
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United Nations Federal Credit Union (UNFCU) launched the UNFCU Foundation in February 2015, with the purpose of funding projects that reduce poverty through education and healthcare, especially among women and children in developing countries, the Washington, DC-area, and New York City.
The UNFCU Foundation, a New York based 501(c)(3) organization, supports initiatives that:
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