National CAPACD Announces 2022 Financial Capability for AA & NHPI Communities
As the nation enters the period of economic recovery from the COVID pandemic, low-income Americans continue to face the economic challenges caused by the pandemic. As pandemic relief programs have come to an end, low-income families and vulnerable communities face a long road to recovery without sustained and adequate intervention.
With the generous support of Wells Fargo, National CAPACD is pleased to release the 2022 Financial Capability in AA & NHPI Communities. This fund is specifically focused on supporting community based organizations that run programs to promote increased financial knowledge and confidence, and increased access to and usage of safe and affordable financial products in the low- and moderate-income (LMI) Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AA & NHPIs) communities.
National CAPACD will provide grants ranging from $25,000 – $30,000 to support up to six 501(c)(3) organizations or organizations with fiscal-sponsors that are serving low-income AA & NHPI communities.
An informational session will be held on Wednesday, July 6 2022 at 4 PM ET/ 3 PM CT/ 2 PM MT/ 1 PM PT/ 10 AM HT. Register for the information session here.
- To review the RFP for the National CAPACD 2022 Financial Capability for AA & NHPI Communities, click here.
- To review the National CAPACD Sub-grant Application guidelines, click here.
- To review the instructions for accessing the online grant application portal, click here.
- If you already have a Foundant account with National CAPACD, click here to directly access the Financial Capability – AA & NHPI Communities 2022 Application via our online grant portal.