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NOTE: OUR 2013 GRANT CYCLE HAS BEEN COMPLETED. OUR NEXT CYCLE BEGINS IN SPRING 2014.
Our 2013 funding commitments have been announced: AN UNPRECEDENTED $68,800!
Click HHEHERE HERE for a quick look at the 2013 recipients .
The Adam Foundation's 23-year legacy is steeped in addressing the health care needs of those LGBT individuals who may not be on the "normal radar screen" of the Triad community. We have proudly expanded our grant funding reach over the past 2 decades to include additional areas such as cutting-edge arts performances, equality concerns, youth safety issues such as bullying & homelessness, supporting our aging friends, and critical education issues that impact the Triad's LGBT community.
Our AF Grant Application Cycle begins each spring. Applications are accepted from qualified 501(c) 3 organizations. Be sure to get on our email list to receive schedule updates each spring for all critical deadlines. BUT, it is never too early to begin your process.....flesh out your project ...... TALK TO THE AF BOARD for guidance on your potential grant application.
THINK BIG OR SMALL! AF is looking for projects in the following areas that would impact the local LGBT community: our AF INITIATIVES. This page also provides a video shown at our 23rd Adam Festival which has our supporters explaining the importance of our AF INITIATIVES. Which one does YOUR project or idea address?
For more info on ELIGIBILITY to apply for a 2014 grant, click here.
For APPLICATION GUIDELINES, click here. NOTE: AF does not have a formal application form to fill out. Your organizatin will use the guidelines to construct your application.
Key events/dates for the 2014 Grant Cycle
AF Grant Orientation / Public Meeting
This is an orientation period for any interested grant applicants to discuss the process, ask questions, get assistance with their application, have the application reviewed, etc. The meeting is open to all those interested in submitting an application/project idea, and is strongly encouraged so as to save applicants time in their application process overall. You are able to come and go as you need to; this is an informal but critical part of the application process. One person representing each project should attend to engage with a member of the AF Grant Committee.
TBD for 2014 / Typically April
AF Grant Application Deadline (submitted via US Mail postmarked or online at email@example.com by this date)
TBD for 2014 / Typically May
AF Grants Review Panels - Internal and external applicant reviews conducted. Applicant site visits and interviews may be included.
TBD for 2014 / Typically June
AF Board Final Grant Vote
TBD for 2014 / Typically July
AF Grants Announcement at Local Venue in Winston Salem
We're sure you will be inspired by not only AF's commitment to the local LGBT community, but also by the work of many people who have a daily local impact in the area of LGBT and Straight Allies' concerns.