This grant supports community-led initiatives that will increase public education and awareness on the impact of racism and hate, in all of its many forms. Each project must focus on one of the following three categories:
- Building capacity
- Projects in this category build organizational/community capacity to recognize and act to prevent occurrences of racism and hate, and support delivery of culturally-responsive services to individuals and families that are adversely impacted.
- Growing community
- Projects in this category aim to create opportunities for cross-cultural dialogues, increasing access to services, information and advice concerning experiences of racism and hate in communities.
- Deepening understanding
- Projects in this category strengthen the voices of those impacted by racism and hate incidents to help increase understanding of systemic disparities and challenges faced by these communities.
Deadline: November 15, 2021 11:59 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time
- Partnership development/enhancement projects Maximum of $100,000 per project over two years.
- Independent projects Maximum of $40,000 per project over two years.