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Posted on: April 19, 2021

List of Grants from Texas Downtown Association

Grant Opportunities Texas Downtown Association



Geographic Focus: Panhandle Region

In response to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, emergency grants will be funded through the AAF Panhandle Disaster Relief Fund for requests that will meet critical needs. Funding priorities at this time are programs providing food for high-risk populations, direct healthcare services, programs providing childcare for essential workers, and programs designed to diminish the risk of exposure to the virus.

Application Deadline: none


Humanities Texas invites Texas cultural and educational institutions that suffered losses or damages to humanities collections as a result of the February 2021 winter storm, or incurred costs related to resuming humanities programming that was postponed or canceled as a result of the storm, to apply for fast-track Recovery Grants.

Application Deadline: April 30th, 202




Another Round Another Rally supports hospitality workers who lost their jobs or had their hours slashed in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. Support is provided through the following programs: The Nolet Family USA Relief Program offers relief in the form of eVouchers to nationwide retailers to help supplement groceries and other much-needed essentials for those currently out of work that were employed by a bar or restaurant with a full liquor license. Radical Xchange Charitable Gifts for Black Mental Health Relief provide mental health relief to Black hospitality workers in need.

Application Deadline: none


Arts Administrators of Color has created the Arts Leaders of Color Emergency Fund, which supports BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) artists and arts administrators impacted by COVID-19 through $200 microgrants

Application Deadline: none


Behind the Scenes Grants are available to anyone working in the entertainment technology industry who has been hospitalized with Covid-19 and is in financial need. Applicants should be directly involved with production behind the scenes in any type of performance venue, behind the camera, or on the road.

Application Deadline: none


The Brave of Heart Fund was established to provide grants to eligible family members of frontline healthcare workers and healthcare volunteers who lose their lives because of COVID-19. The grants will provide basic and continuing financial support for common needs, such as funeral costs, medical care, counseling, food, educational expenses of children and other dependents currently in school, mortgage or rent payments, and immediate living expenses, as these family members manage the impact of the COVID-19 crisis and begin to move forward.

Application Deadline: May 15th, 2021


The Documentarian Emergency Relief Fund was established to give up to $1,000 each month for a period of 10 months to documentary producers and directors facing “dire financial emergencies” during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Application Deadline: Applications are reviewed monthly


ELCA World Hunger is a ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). ELCA World Hunger's Domestic Hunger Grants accompany congregations and their partners throughout the United States and the Caribbean as they draw on the strengths of communities to address local issues such as food security, clean water, housing, job readiness, human rights, policy change, leadership development, and more. Together, these ministries are part of a comprehensive approach to breaking the cycle of poverty and hunger—for good. Grant applicants must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and be able to demonstrate an established relationship with an ELCA congregation, ministry, or institution.

Application Deadline May 5th, 2021


The IRONAID COVID-19 Support Fund supports health-related nonprofit organizations around the world, with a focus on serving communities in the wake of COVID-19.

Application Deadline: July 9, 2021


NALAC, in collaboration with the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and Intercultural Leadership Institute partners, offers the Actos de Confianza relief effort to support Latinx artists and arts organizations who have been adversely impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. NALAC will distribute $2,500 grants to Latinx artists and cultural workers and $5,000 grants to Latinx arts organizations facing critical financial emergencies.

Application Deadline: From April 28 to May 12, 2021.


The Paul Bruhn Historic Revitalization Grants Program supports the rehabilitation of historic properties to foster economic development of rural communities. The Program funds subgrant programs, managed by states, tribes, certified local governments, and nonprofit organizations, that then fund preservation projects for historic sites, including architectural and engineering services and physical preservation.

Application Deadline: May 12, 2021


The Engagement Award program is now accepting full proposals for the Special Cycle: Building Capacity for PCOR/CER for Topics Related to COVID-19, a research support—not research—special funding opportunity for projects up to 18 months in duration and up to $200,000 in total costs.. Grants will be awarded to explore and address the urgent and unique needs to build capacity for stakeholder engagement in PCOR/CER specifically related to: the long-term effects of post-acute COVID-19, the impact of COVID-19 on disproportionately affected populations, the impact of COVID-19 on social isolation and loneliness (mental health and well-being), and engaging, educating, and promoting informed decision making around COVID-19 vaccines. Other relevant topics related to COVID-19 health outcomes will also be considered.

Application Deadline: May 24, 2021


Third Wave Fund is an activist fund led by and for women of color, intersex, queer, and trans folks under 35 years old in the United States. Third Wave's Own Our Power Fund aims to build stronger reproductive and gender justice movements by increasing the power, agency, and self-determination that young women, trans, and queer youth of color have over their organizations. Capacity-building grants of up to $25,000 will be provided for projects that address leadership development, financial sustainability, self-representation, and strategic communications capacities. Applicants should specifically work toward gender justice and recognize that gender justice will only be achieved by also addressing racial, economic, and disability justice. Priority is given to organizations located in regions or focused on issues that are philanthropically under-resourced. Organizations with an annual budget of up to $500,000 that are 501(c)(3)s or are fiscally sponsored by a 501(c)(3) organization may apply. 

Application deadline: April 30, 2021.


The Wildlife Conservation Society's Climate Adaptation Fund strives to increase the pace and scale of impact in adaptation for wildlife and ecosystems by increasing innovation, accelerating learning, and mainstreaming proven adaptation approaches. In 2021, the Fund will support nonprofit conservation organizations applying for one of two grant categories: Adaptation Implementation projects that apply innovative approaches to conservation actions designed to help wildlife and ecosystems adapt to climate change will be eligible for grants of up to $300,000 over three years. Adaptation Mainstreaming projects that pursue pathways to unlock the potential of an adaptation approach with known benefits to be adopted at a large scale will be eligible for grants of up to $100,000 over two years. Grants will be provided to U.S.-based nonprofit conservation organizations for projects within the United States and its territories. Application Deadline: April 28, 2021

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