What kinds of organizations does GFF fund?
The Green Family Foundation provides seed funding and financial support for nonprofit organizations that share our values and vision.
* Global Health & Development
* Youth Arts
* Community Empowerment
Does GFF accept donations (clothing, money, etc.)?
GFF does not accept donations. But we encourage you to explore our partner organizations for donation opportunities.
Can I volunteer at GFF?
We are not currently looking for volunteers, but please check with our partner organizations for additional volunteer opportunities.
How do I apply for a grant?
Periodically, GFF will issue a request for grant proposals (RFP). In order to be considered for these requests, your organization must have 501(c) tax status. Visit our grants page for more information.
Do you fund organizations outside of Miami?
Sometimes, but we mostly fund programs that have an impact in our community here in Miami.
Can my organization receive a grant if it is not a 501(c)(3)?
Your organization must be a registered a 501(c)(3) to be eligible for a grant.
What is the typical grant amount awarded?
Typical grants range from $1,500 - $30,000.
When does GFF Issue RFPs?
Generally, we issue RFPs for various areas of focus bi-annually.
How does GFF decide to issue funding?
Grantees are chosen after undergoing a review process with our board. New grantees are usually chosen as GFF identifies an interest in making an impact in that certain program area.
How much money should we request in our grants?
There is no definite amount, but typical grants range from $1,500 - $30,000.
Does GFF sponsor events?
GFF sponsors special events only on a discretionary basis. We generally distribute funds to directly impact programs and outcomes.
How do I get in touch with GFF?
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