COVID-19 Response & Recovery Fund
Local nonprofits are often at the front lines when crisis strikes for individuals, families, neighbors and communities. Nonprofits have been and will continue to be stretched during this time of uncertainty. This fund is intended to support nonprofits so that our community can quickly respond and recover from this public health emergency.
Funding will offer one-time general operations support to nonprofits directly serving disproportionately impacted individuals and families including:
- Communities of color and/or residents with limited English language proficiency
- Residents without health insurance and/or access to paid leave
- Community member who are considered low-income as outlined by DHHS poverty guidelines .
- Nonprofit must be located in Alamance County, serving Alamance County residents.
- Organization must have its 501 (c)(3) nonprofit status for at least 2 years.
- Funds must be used for general operations support
Requests ranging from $5,000 to $20,000 will be accepted. This is a competitive grant cycle and no organization is guaranteed funding or the full amount requested due to limited resources.
Applications will be accepted beginning May 6. The deadline for applications is 5pm on May 22. Organizations will be notified of their funding status in early June.
For questions about eligibility or the application process, please email VP of Programs, Marcy Green at Marcy.Green@conehealth.com
Community Health Fund
Impact Alamance is currently accepting applications for the Community Health Fund. This is a competitive one-time grant opportunity of up to $50,000 that can be awarded to Alamance County 501 (c)(3) non-profits seeking to improve access to care, education, or the economy as identified in the 2018 Community Health Assessment for Alamance County. Grant awards can be used for equipment needs only.
– Nonprofit must be located in Alamance County, serving Alamance County residents.
– Organization must have its nonprofit status for at least 2 years.
– Organization must demonstrate that they have the capacity to manage a grant.
– Funds requested can be used for equipment needs only.
– Nonprofits that have had a vehicle funded previously are not eligible for future vehicle requests.
– Nonprofits that received funding in 2019 are not eligible to apply until again until fall 2020.
Letters of Intent submission period has closed.
Grant Writer Assistance
The Grant Writer Assistance program is designed to build the capacity of local nonprofits to further support the services they offer to our community. Recent surveys of local nonprofits identified capacity building as a top need for organizations. Many nonprofits lack the time, skills and resources to focus on grant writing. Therefore, many grant opportunities that could improve and enhance health opportunities in our community are not pursued.
In response to this need, Impact Alamance offers grant-writing services free of charge to those organizations that qualify. If you are interested in this service please submit a grant assistance application form posted below. Applications will be accepted year round.
Guidelines and Application Eligibility:
- Organization must have it’s nonprofit status for at least 3 years.
- Organization must have identified a grant opportunity of at least $50,000.
- The grant must meet an identified need in Alamance County.
- The organization must have the capacity to manage a large grant.
Nonprofit Organizational Assessment and Capacity Building
This program is designed to build the capacity of local nonprofits to further support the services they offer to our community. Impact Alamance supports organizations to strengthen and enhance core infrastructure so they can deliver quality programming more effectively and efficiently. Such support enables the organizations to focus on how they must operate in order to achieve their mission. Impact Alamance will offer an organizational assessment free of charge to those organizations that qualify. Upon successfully completing the organizational assessment and identifying the top capacity issue for the organization, Impact Alamance will then provide technical assistance for capacity building that addresses that specific issue as well as evaluation assistance.
Guidelines and Application Eligibility:
- Executive director must be a current or former participant of The Leadership Institute;
- The board of the nonprofit must have received board development training within the past 3 years;
- Must have had an executive director in place for at least one full year;
- 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization and in operation for at least 3 years;
- Local organization located in Alamance County.