Mott Pathways Out of Poverty Grants
|Source:||Charles Stewart Mott Foundation|
|Program:||Mott Pathways Out of Poverty Grants|
|Eligibility:||n addition to funding organizations in the United States, the Foundationís Civil Society program provides grants to organizations in Central and Eastern Europe, and the former Soviet Union and South Africa. The Foundationís Environment program primarily funds organizations in the Great Lakes region. It also makes grants to selected organizations internationally that ensure international investment and trade, support sustainable development and reduce environmental degradation. The Flint Area program funds a broad range of projects in Flint, Michigan, and surrounding Genesee County. Outside of these regions, the Foundation accepts requests for funding by invitation only. The Pathways Out of Poverty program funds national demonstration projects in the United States. Each of these four programs has clearly stated guidelines, and we encourage you to review the guidelines before submitting a request for funding.
Non-U.S. organizations that wish to apply for funding are urged to submit a letter of inquiry using our online letter of inquiry form.
He Mission Of The Pathways Out Of Poverty Program Is To Identify, Test And Help Sustain Pathways Out Of Poverty For Low-income People And Communities.
We Believe Education, Economic Participation And Community Engagement Are Critical To Moving Low-income Americans Toward Greater Prosperity. These Three Areas Are The Pillars Of Our Program To Address Poverty In The U.S.
We Do Not Fund:
No Grants Or Loans To Individuals.
No Grants (except In The Flint Area) For Capital Development, Research, Project Replication Or Endowment Unless These Activities Grow Out Of Work Already Being Funded By Mott.
No Grants For Religious Activities Or Programs Serving Specific Religious Groups Or Denominations. However, Faith-based Organizations May Submit Inquiries If The Project Falls Within Our Guidelines And Serves A Broad Segment Of The Population.
No Grants (except In The Flint Area) For Local Projects Unless They Are Part Of A Mott-planned National Demonstration Or Network Of Grants.
No Grants For Projects That Duplicate, Or Significantly Overlap, The Work Of Federal, State Or Local Governmental Agencies.
Film And Video Projects, Books, Scholarships And Fellowships Rarely Are Funded.
- See More At: Http://www.mott.org/grantsandguidelines/ForGrantseekers/appprocedures#sthash.DeGXuLCs.dpuf
|Funding for unsolicited proposals is limited throughout the program. Those interested in applying for funding are strongly encouraged to submit letters of inquiry instead of a full proposal.
Key LOI info: http://www.mott.org/grantsandguidelines/ForGrantseekers/appprocedures