[Hpn] Fw: FW: Community Events & Information

homey homey@ids.net
Thu, 28 Sep 2000 19:35:58 -0400


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> >places to look for money.  greg
> >
> >
> >Needmor Fund Grant Opportunity
> >
> >The focus of The Needmor Fund's grantmaking is community organizing. The
> >Needmor Fund has identified community organizing as the most effective
> >process by which low and moderate income people can build power, can
address
> >the systemic barriers to the practice of democracy, can
> >hold public and corporate officials accountable for their actions,  and
can
> >begin to participate in shaping public policy.
> >
> >They look for multi-issue, membership-based community organizations in
low
> >and moderate income communities which show promise for creating
> >significant social change (impacting significant public or private
> >institutions which influence low and moderate income communities.)
> >
> >Closing Date:
> >For applicants located in AL, AZ, southern CA, LA, MS, NM, and southern
TX
> >(including San Antonio), the Application Form is accepted
> >during the months of November 2000 through the January 10, 2001 deadline
> >
> >For applicants located elsewhere in the United States, the Application
Form
> >is accepted during the months of April 2001 through the
> >June 29, 2001 deadline.
> >
> >For more information, contact
> >
> >The Needmor Fund
> >2305 Canyon Blvd.
> >Suite 101
> >Boulder, Co 80302
> >(303) 449-5801
> >
> >For detailed information go to:
> >http://fdncenter.org/grantmaker/needmor/index.html
> >
> >
> >
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