Interhelp Network’s Micro-Grant Program Guidelines for 2022
To support wider accessibility of Work That Reconnects, Interhelp Network will be offering micro-grants of up to $350 for workshops and events.
Potential Focus Areas
We are especially seeking programs or projects that touch on or emphasize:
- Engaging people under the age of 30 in the WTR
- Events that integrate undoing oppression approaches into WTR
- Events for people of the global majority/Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC)
- Developing a WTR community of practice
- Creating a “bridge” by bringing WTR to an existing group or event
Who can participate?
Anyone is eligible to apply. Events that are accessible to people in the Northeast United States will be given priority.
Proposals should meet these criteria:
- The content of your planned program must include core aspects of the WTR.
- Grant funds must directly support the program and can be used for: presenters, facility rental, travel, and/or program supplies.
Programs that aim to make a clear, positive impact in a focus area listed above will be prioritized.
What will being a grantee look like?
- Grantees will provide a post-event report (one page or less): how many people attended, how the grant priorities were met, what was learned.
- Grantees are encouraged to submit a newsletter article and/or photos with captions for the Interhelp Facebook page or website.
Email us with any questions.
It will likely take you less than 20 minutes to complete. Click here to access the form.