The Nehemiah Process

The Episcopal Diocese 

of Southeast Florida 

Current Grants

grant applications available!
These grants are intended to provide funding for an Episcopal ministry (or ecumenical ministry with an Episcopal presence) in a diocese, congregation or community college/tribal college/university campus that is currently engaging or seeking a new relationship with young adults on and off college campuses
The deadline for submitting an application is April 10, 2017.

for 2017-2018 now accepted

Applications are now being accepted for over 60 scholarships that are available through the Episcopal Church. 
The scholarships assist students who are mostly enrolled in theological education and training.
Scholarships are available educational training for ethnic communities, children of missionaries, bishops and clergy, and other groups covering a wide range of eligibility.

"Jesus Movement" 

The Advisory Group on Church Planting invites you to join us in the exciting work of starting new congregations and
 missional communities
across the regions of the Episcopal Church.    Goal: to build a robust community of practice that identifies where new communities are forming around the church -creating spaces for ministry leaders to gather for mutual sharing  and support  and equipping them with spiritual, material, and relational resources for the work of the Gospel in their local contexts.  

Walmart Foundation Community 

Grant Program 

 Grants of up to $2,500 will be awarded to local nonprofit organizations within the service area of individual Walmart stores in support of initiatives in the areas of hunger relief and healthy eating, sustainability, women's economic empowerment, and/or career opportunities.

a web-based technology that allows you as a nonprofit organization to manage the Community Foundation grants process online.

Ten Issues that Matter -
grantmaking and community leadership to achieve real and lasting impact. In the next five years, they will
invest $50 million 

The Hagen Family Foundation
provides financial grants to not-for-profit organizations in the areas of the arts, education, environment, religion, and social services.


Based on the belief that community is more than geographic locale - it is an idea that exists in the minds of people sharing common hopes and concerns - the Foundation's grantmaking programs share, by design, common values
.  The goal is to develop a shared vision of building a sense of community.
The first step for any interested nonprofit is to complete a 

The information in your profile is kept in our Charitable Catalog, which can be accessed by our donors and the general public.

Submission deadline: ASAP