Meet the recipient of our new, super-sized Compassionate Impact Grant!

Food Rescue Alliance

After months of evaluating innovative organizations with measurable impacts on hunger, water access, and disparity, we are finally announcing the recipient of our new, super-sized Compassionate Impact Grant (CIG): Food Rescue Alliance. Food Rescue Alliance (FRA) is poised to make a powerful impact on all our top issues as humanists: food insecurity, poverty, inequity, social…

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Compassionate Impact Grant

Compassionate Impact Grant Donate About Compassionate Impact Grant Compassionate Impact Grant (CIG) is a $150K, three year, unrestricted grant that is awarded to a single organization with the goal of tangibly increasing the impact of an innovative nonprofit. CIG’s goal is to support organizations that address critical community problems through evidence-based and culturally responsible social…

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Announcing a Bigger, Bolder Compassionate Impact Grant

In October, Foundation Beyond Belief stated that we had several upcoming announcements. And now, we are excited to formally announce the launch of a brand new format — and the opening of applications — for our 2021 Compassionate Impact Grant (CIG). You may know the CIG as a part of the Humanist Grants program, which…

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Announcing FBB’s 3rd quarter Compassionate Impact Grant Beneficiary: Common Ground Community Center

During three grant cycles each year, Foundation Beyond Belief makes grants to charities working in the areas of Poverty & Health, Human Rights, Education, and the Natural World. However, once per year we hold a competitive application process to award one Compassionate Impact Grant to an organization working to solve a complex problem with innovative,…

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Compassionate Impact Grant

Compassionate Impact Grant Foundation Beyond Belief donors have raised and donated more than $3.4 million USD to charitable organizations. Once a year, FBB awards a multi-year, unrestricted grant with the goal of tangibly increasing the impact of an innovative nonprofit. Our goal is to support organizations that address critical community problems through evidence-based and culturally…

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Announcing FBB’s 3rd quarter Compassionate Impact Grant Beneficiary: Pueblo a Pueblo

Foundation Beyond Belief usually chooses four beneficiaries to receive grants each quarter in the categories of Poverty & Health, Human Rights, Education, and the Natural World. However, one quarter per year we instead have an open, competitive process to award one innovative organization with the game-changing Compassionate Impact Grant. This grant is given to organizations whose programs are demonstrably…

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Announcement of FBB’s Compassionate Impact Grant recipient

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You may already know that Foundation Beyond Belief (FBB) collects monthly donations from humanists across the globe and uses every penny of these funds to make grants to secular charitable organizations in the categories of Poverty & Health, Human Rights, Education, and the Natural World. Each quarter FBB chooses four organizations–one per category–to receive an…

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EcoViva’s Community Management of Mangroves Receives Compassionate Impact Grant Funding

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Foundation Beyond Belief usually chooses four beneficiaries to receive grants each quarter, but one quarter a year we feature a single, game-changing grant for one innovative organization. The Compassionate Impact Grant Program is an open, competitive process intended to identify organizations with projects that are innovative, evidence-based, and solve community problems. Foundation Beyond Belief is…

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Compassionate Impact Grant deadline February 23rd by noon

Thank you for the outpouring of interest in our Compassionate Impact Grant. This year's Compassionate Impact Grant focuses on how specific programs can increase capacity working within the natural world and local communities.  Your programs can fit into the specific target areas of Education, Economic Opportunity, or Healthy Futures, however, we want these projects to…

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