Purpose & Eligibility
Staff, faculty, and administrators at two- and four-year colleges and universities in the U.S. are eligible to apply. These grants aim to support campus educators to build interfaith America on campus – a place where identities are respected, mutually inspiring relationships are built, and there is common action for the common good. The audience for your project could be students, the whole campus, the broader community, or a combination of all three. Successful applications will identify evidence for the expressed need, prioritize the engagement of religious and racial diversity to address that need, and clearly articulate the anticipated outcomes of the project.
The grants are $4,000 and will be sent in two payments. Up to $2,000 can be used to support individuals directly (campus professional, student, community partner) for their time. Applicants are responsible for understanding their campus granting process and the possible tax implications for receiving the grant.
We expect the funded program, training, workshop, or initiative will be implemented between Aug 2023-June 2024. Applications open
Commitment to Racial Equity
A portion of grants will be held to prioritize applications with team members who self-identify as Black, Indigenous, or People of Color and for initiatives at minority-serving institutions.