$100,000 in Small Grants


COMMUNITY VOTING

Voting opens on May 17th at 12:00 AM and ends on May 27th. You can vote once per day. 

The Initiatives with the most votes in each category win.


JUDGING THE $25,000 CATEGORY FINALISTS

The $25,000 grant top 5 vote-getters enter the 2nd round and the winners will be chosen by a review panel.


THE GRANT WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED.

All winners will be announced on June 13th.


$25,000 - 2 grants available

$10,000 - 2 grants available

$5,000 - 4 grants available

$2,000 - 5 grants available

RANDOM SUBMISSIONS

Black Traumatic Grief & Bereavement Therapy Education

Nyasha Grayman

282 926

The Culturetorium Project - To know Our History is to claim Our Power!

Esther Armstrong

151 321

The Park Heights Barbershop Project

Tiffany Ginyard

86 158

Ocean Bowl Games - STEAM based program through eGaming, eSports, and eXercise

Roman Montagueo

89 32

75th Anniversary Celebrating Chick Webb Memorial Recreation Center: Raising the Community

Ronald Miles

101 319

Virtual Reality Spaces for Businesses

BIANCA JACKSON

49 64

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About us


The Adaptive Village Small Grants program is dedicated to supporting leaders in our communities that are creating healthy spaces for children and the community, through the lens of health equity.


This is an opportunity for communities to create or strengthen innovative projects without the benefit of a formalized organizational structure. This program will also enable communities to tell their own stories and celebrate their efforts unfiltered by others.


The Adaptive Village Small Grants program is brought to you by Morgan State University School of Community Health and Policy in partnership with the Family League of Baltimore and powered by CLLCTIVLY.