National CAPACD Announces 2023 Our Neighborhoods Peer Learning Program
National CAPACD announces the 2023 Our Neighborhoods Program, a peer learning space where organizers and advocates can support one another with overcoming challenges in organizing low-income Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AA and NHPI) communities around issues of gentrification and displacement. The 2023 Our Neighborhoods Peer Learning Program will convene organizers and advocates from across the country to have peer discussions, attend trainings, and ultimately, make long-lasting personal and professional connections.
We invite organizations who are actively combating displacement through power building strategies to apply. We are also actively seeking applicants who engage directly impacted AA and NHPI leaders in the leadership of campaigns and advocacy activities. For more information on eligibility criteria, please see the program RFP.
Along with acceptance to the six-month-long peer learning program, National CAPACD will provide grants of $7,500 to each awarded organization. Eligible organizations must have 501(c)(3) status or a fiscal-sponsor and serve low-income AA and NHPI communities. Funds awarded will be flexible and used at the organization’s discretion in accordance with National CAPACD’s guidelines.
The applications are due on Friday, December 9, 2022, on our Foundant Grant Portal. Relevant documents with additional details are linked below. All questions should be directed to email@example.com.
A virtual information session will be held on November 28, 2022, at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT. Register for the information session here.
The 2023 Our Neighborhoods Peer Learning Program is generously supported by the TD Charitable Foundation.
- To review the 2023 Our Neighborhoods Peer Learning Program RFP, 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.
- To directly access the 2023 Our Neighborhoods Peer Learning Program Application via our online grant portal, click here.