National CAPACD Announces AA & NHPI Community Resilience Fund 2022
In the current moment of COVID-19 economic recovery, rising anti-Asian hate and violence, and racial reckoning around the history of anti-Black racism in the U.S., now is the time for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander organizations to deepen our long-term commitment to racial justice, including building partnerships with Black, Native, and Latinx-led organizations and communities.
With the generous support of the Democracy Fund and the Northwest Area Foundation, National CAPACD is pleased to release the AA & NHPI Community Resilience Fund 2022. This fund is specifically focused on Cross-Racial Allyship, Healing, and Solidarity.
National CAPACD will provide grants ranging from $20,000 - 25,000 to 501(c)(3) organizations or organizations with fiscal-sponsors that are serving low-income AA & NHPI communities. Funding and other resources will be provided for the purposes of supporting organizations’ own racial healing and anti-racism work, and implementation of activities that build multi-racial coalitions and advance a progressive agenda for equitable and racially just community reinvestment.
The applications are due on Friday, March 25, 2022. All questions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
An informational session will be held on Thursday March 10, 2022 at 4 PM ET/ 3 PM CT/ 2 PM MT/ 1 PM PT/ 11 AM HT. Register for the information session here.
- To review the National CAPACD AA & NHPI Community Resilience Fund 2022 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 National CAPACD AAPI Community Resilience Fund Application via our online grant portal, click here.