We will post links to grants available for City of Madison & Dane County non-profit organizations, as we become aware of them.
2016 Emerging Opportunities Grant Program: The City of Madison is seeking proposals that address issues of poverty and inequality in the City of Madison. Strong proposals will: 1) Focus on emerging needs or unanticipated opportunities in the City that warrant resources and attention at this time; and 2) Present opportunities to try new or innovative approaches to resolving issues or problems that adversely affect quality of life for city residents; and 3) Demonstrate resident and community interest and engagement in the development of the proposed project. For more information: Emerging Opportunities Program.
Dane Arts distributes grants in two grant cycles (~ Feb., Sept.). See their grant page for details on the types of grants and how to submit. Administered by the Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission
Mark Fraire, Director
2016 SEED Grant Applications are typically posted in January and due mid-February. the 2016 grant cycle has closed. The Madison Food Policy Council is encouraging community groups, projects, and other proposals devoted to making food more accessible. Any concept that improves the local food system will be considered. For more information: 2016 SEED Grant program.