InvestopediaDeadline: January 31, 2018
Investopedia provides a source of financial content on the web. It offers actionable financial information and believes in financial empowerment for all. Investopedia.org is Investopedia’s initiative to support activities that enhance financial empowerment among low-income individuals and communities. Investopedia.org defines financial empowerment as providing the information, tools, and coaching needed to achieve financial sustainability in the short- and long-term. Organizations eligible for funding include those that are working to help low income individuals and communities reduce bad debt, make the most of their financial resources, and build assets.
Amount: Grants of $10,000-$25,000 will be awarded.
Eligibility: Tax-exempt, nonprofit organizations based in the United States with missions related to Investopedia’s philanthropic goal of enabling financial empowerment. Public school systems are not eligible.