Lyft ride credits valued at $3,000 are awarded to nonprofits. Funding priorities include arts and culture, civic advocacy, education, employment services and job readiness, environmentalism and sustainability, food access and security, healthcare, and social and legal services.
The SoGal Foundation‘s in-kind grants of up to $10,000 support equal opportunities in business for Black female or nonbinary entrepreneurs. The funding collaborative seeks high-impact ideas and solutions that break down barriers caused by racial inequality.
The Blue Cross Blue Shield Massachusetts Foundation‘s Catalyst Fund grants (up to $5,000) support capacity-building expenses for Massachusetts community-based organizations to address a health or health care component of their work.
Women Arts is dedicated to increasing the visibility of women artists in all art forms. Browse their website for funding opportunities, skill-building topics and other resources and opportunities.
Wells Fargo‘s funding priorities include affordable housing, financial health, small business growth, arts and culture, civic engagement, education, the environment, human services, and workforce development.
Walmart‘s Community Grants ($250 to $5,000) are awarded through Walmart Stores, Sam’s Clubs, and Logistics Facilities. Prior to submitting an application, please view the requirements and guidelines.
The Wallace Global Fund‘s funding priorities include challenging corporate power, defending and renewing democracy, protecting the environment, promoting truth and creative freedom in media, and advancing women’s human rights and empowerment. Grants range from $10,000 to $120,000.
The Vela Foundation is a private grantmaking foundation dedicated to promoting improved nutrition and wellness in underserved communities. They support entrepreneurial programs that provide nutrition education and improve access to healthy foods.