The Green Family Foundation considers grant applications through a request for proposal (RFP) process. Throughout the year, we issue RFPs to organizations on an invitation-only basis.
After an RFP is issued, applications will be considered by GFF's executive board.
If the project fits within the context of the foundation’s mission and values, an invitation will be presented to submit a full proposal.
To be considered, your organization must be 501(c)(3) tax-exempt eligible for funding under the United States Internal Revenue Code and fall within the scope of GFF's main interests: global health/development, youth arts, community empowerment, education. Preference for funding is given to programs and organizations within Miami-Dade County.
GFF-funded programs are expected to expand their funding base and diversify program partnerships. Most grants are given on a multi-year basis with the understanding that funds are meant to help your organization reach independence and fiscal sustainability. Organizations will not be able to reapply for funds for at least one year after the grant cycle has ended.
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