Grants & Leadership Awards

Emerging Leaders

Building Interfaith America Emerging Leader Grants

Grant Information

Grant Information

Grants are offered to the members of the Emerging Leaders Network (formerly known as the Alumni Network of IFYC) to create initiatives, events, or projects that Build Interfaith America. Grant recipients will use the funding to carry out projects that address a social need through an interfaith lens and/or to participate in activities that further develop the individual’s interfaith leadership skills. Topics could include racial equity, environmental protection, bridge building, etc.

Request for Proposals

  • RFP

    Click here to access the RFP for Building Interfaith America Emerging Leaders Grants.

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Grantee Final Report

If you’ve been awarded a Building Interfaith America Grant and have completed your project or opportunity, submit your final report here.

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Amar Peterman

Program Manager

Interfaith America

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