Grants are made to Unitarian
Universalist (UU) organizations or projects working internationally to:
Please Note: This Fund accepts applications once a year
postmarked by March 15. If the 15th falls on a weekend, the deadline is the
Priority is given to
innovative, challenging or experimental programs or projects that address needs
unmet by institutional structures. We prefer projects with plans for generating
income from diverse sources, including contributions from members of the group
applying. See Sample Grants.
Grants are not made to individuals. Grants are not usually made for equipment, capital campaigns, endowments or feasibility studies. Grants are not made for general operating expenses. Generally, one proposal from an organization will be considered each cycle.
grant is $20,000. Challenge grants are a possibility. Grants are for one year.
Second-year funding is possible after submitting a new proposal and a final (or
interim report). Third-year funding for the same project is unusual. We are not
sustaining funders. See the complete application process.
To submit a proposal, please complete the Questions for Narrative found on this page. For additional information, refer to the Application Process, Materials to be Included, and application forms.
Use the following questions for part C of “Materials to Be Included.” Type the question number and question before each response. Use at least 12 pt. type and 1” margins on one side only of white 8.5” x 11” paper.
In eight pages or less answer the following questions:
For more information contact uufp @ uua.org.
This work is made possible by a generous grant from the UU Veatch Program at Shelter Rock.
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Last updated on Thursday, January 23, 2014.
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