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. This grant is called the Compassionate Impact Grant (CIG).
The CIG program supports organizations with social initiatives that are:
The Compassionate Impact Grant Program is an open, competitive process. Information regarding the Letter of Intent for 2017 Compassionate Impact Grant funding opportunities will be posted here no earlier January 2, 2017.
The Compassionate Impact Grant Program is an open, competitive process. The Letter of Intent Period opens on January 2, 2017 and closes on February 23, 2017 at 12:00pm.
An information meeting will be held on Thursday, January 12 at 11am Central Time (NOT on January 8). Please email us for the conference call number.
Please review the Letter of Intent thoroughly.
Foundation Beyond Belief has awarded capacity building grants to innovative organizations to increase that organization’s capacity to support those in need and create solutions that greatly increase their impact on a critical community problem.
2016: Thunder Valley, CDC: Lakota Language Initiative, Language Immersion Daycare
Chalom, AJ, "Lakota Language Initiative- Start from the Beginning – Compassionate Impact Grant", Foundation Beyond Belief Blog, March 31, 2016
Simonson, Kate, "Wóihaŋble", Foundation Beyond Belief Blog, May 18, 2016
Hill, Peter, "FFB grant creates needed synergy between humanists and Lakota", Foundation Beyond Belief Blog, May 24, 2016
2015: Starfish: Extensive Teacher Training for Guatemalan Educators
Chalom, AJ, “Compassionate Impact Grant - New generation educators will unlock Girl Pioneers Power” Foundation Beyond Belief Blog, May 18, 2015
Ana Teresa, “Starfish program offers life-changing opportunities”, Foundation Beyond Belief Blog, February 17, 2016
2014: Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative: Fair Chance for Family Success
Chalom, AJ, “Dudley Street Neighborhood Fair Chance for Family Success” Foundation Beyond Belief Blog, November 8, 2014
Minutello, E., “Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative Continues to make great strides” Foundation Beyond Belief Blog, May 20, 2015
Fidalgo, J., “Dudley families meet financial goals with help of Foundation Beyond Belief”, Foundation Beyond Belief Blog, February 24, 2016
The Compassionate Impact Grant Program is an open, competitive process with applicants assessed on their ability to provide evidence-driven, innovative solutions that reach different or larger numbers of constituents. Information regarding further Compassionate Impact Grant funding opportunities will be posted here no earlier than 2017. Please join our newsletter for up to date projects of Foundation Beyond Belief. Organizations must be registered and have 501(c)3 status with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.