The 2023 application cycle is officially closed. Thank you to all who applied. Semi-finalists will be informed in mid-April.
To be eligible, organizations must:
Provide services in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, or San Mateo Counties, or in the City of Palo Alto.
Have measurable goals and a method for assessing their progress on these goals.
Have diverse leadership, that includes representatives reflective of the communities they serve.
Be a qualified non-profit organizations exempt from federal income taxes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code, or under the fiscal sponsorship of such an organization.
Not have received an Episcopal Impact Fund Community Grant in 2022.
Contact Episcopal Impact Fund at email@example.com with any questions.
Grant Criteria / Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the process and timeline for your 2023 community grants?
March 1, 2023: Application available online
April 5, 2023: Applications due
Mid-April: Semi-finalists invited to site visits
May: Finalists notified of grant decisions
Q: Are there specific size organizations that Episcopal Impact Fund tends to fund?
A: While we tend to grant to applicants with smaller operating budgets, we encourage applications from all organizations.
Q: Do successful applicants have a connection to an Episcopal church or institution?
A: No, but if you have one, please mention it. We have a separate grants program for congregation-based programs that will be open in May 2023.