About the Immigrant Rights Rapid Response Fund
The purpose of the Immigrant Rights Rapid Response Fund is to support efforts to strengthen the immigrant rights movement in the state of North Carolina. This rapid response fund aims to strengthen organizations and networks working on the frontlines to respond to immediate immigration policy threats at the state and federal levels.
The Immigrant Rights Rapid Response Fund will provide one-year grants of up to $50,000 to organizations and networks working with immigrant and refugee communities in North Carolina. For this grant round, it is not a requirement that organizations be Latino-led or Latino serving in order to be eligible. However, special preference will be given to organizations led by or accountable to directly affected communities.
Please see the Application Guidelines for more information, submission details and deadlines. Please note the short turnaround time for applications. Final proposals are due by March 27, 2017. Complete proposals must be submitted online through this link: ONLINE APPLICATION FORM.
Optional webinars will be offered to inform potential applicants about the initiative, to discuss the application process, and to answer questions.Please select the webinar you will attend by registering at any of the links below:
- ENGLISH: Thursday, March 9th | 4:00-5:00 PM (EST)- Please register here.
- SPANISH: Tuesday, March 14th | 4:00-5:00 PM (EST)- Please register here.
If you have any questions, please contact Tania Durán, North Carolina Program Manager |firstname.lastname@example.org | (828) 378-0286.
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