Black Hair Equity at the MDH Low Barrier ShelterBy Aubrey Plesh November 2021
SocktoberBy Luke Hobbie October 2021
The Free ShopBy Alice Corrigan October 2021
Harmony is HomeBy Eric Trosclair Jr September 2021
The Pad ProjectBy Jessica Starich September 2021
Fresh start missionsBy Hamilton gervaise August 2021
Help Homeless IncBy Khushi Patel August 2021
Bike ProjectBy Grace Ward July 2021
Kettle Packs and Haircuts for Hostel HomelessBy eileen cummings July 2021
Kindness MattersBy Sylvia D Campbell June 2021
Menstrual Hygiene Management for women and girlsBy Sabit David Mborikino May 2021
Shelter for female victims of traffickingBy Isabelle Bryan April 2021
Safe Outings for Homeless At-Risk YouthBy Lisa Scarsi March 2021
Women Warriors ProgramBy Karen Kuciver February 2021
Art Kits for Homeless KidsBy Emma Gagner January 2021
Surfing the Nations' Feeding the Hungry ProgramBy Jill Brewster January 2021
Winter Hope Bags for the Homeless in ArizonaBy Ashley Nevison December 2020
Just Do it Movement INC.By Jessica McFadden Gibson December 2020
Tiger Trends BoutqiueBy Chauntel Vance October 2020
Hay Street ProjectBy Amanda Myers September 2020
The Wyndollyn House Community ShowersBy Wendie Sharpe-Williams September 2020
O.D. AidBy Lizzie Maldonado August 2020
Veterans and Students VillageBy Jonathan Moore July 2020
Arnold Place CaresBy TRACY ARNOLD, ARNOLD PLACE June 2020
Food For The PeopleBy Valerie Chafograck May 2020
Support for DrawBridge Expressive Art GroupsBy Julie Scribner May 2020
Smile alwaysBy Jectone Ooko Ochola April 2020
Empowering Girls to Rise Above HomelessnessBy E. Darlene Rogers March 2020
Movement Mends at Women’s Lunch PlaceBy Urbanity Dance February 2020
How We See It" Participatory Photography ProjectBy David Blumenkrantz January 2020
Change Our CityBy Debbie Laudermilk December 2019
Word on the Street NewspaperBy Jacob Hieter December 2019
Hired to Home / Home Brew CoffeeBy Emma Quinn October 2019
Thank you for stopping in! Grant applications are accepted on a rolling basis, with a grant disbursal near the end of reach month.
Note: We will not consider requests to fund an individual's medical needs, rent, utilities, cell phone bill, car trouble, clothing, etc. If you are in need of these services, we recommend https://handup.org/.
Awesome Homelessness looks to provide microgrants to people, groups of people, and organizations with ideas that will benefit, assist, inspire, or otherwise bring joy to people experiencing homelessness. People experiencing homelessness are encouraged to make submissions as well, subject to the note above regarding funding for individual needs.
The only limit on submission ideas is the bounds of your creativity! We are interested in your brilliant idea, whether it be a book drive for children experiencing homelessness, a community garden, a city-wide sock distribution, or whatever else you dream up.
How it works:
-- Each of our trustees (featured below) will contribute $100 per month. -- People with awesome ideas submit an application for the grant. Please submit your application in English. -- The trustees review and discuss the applications, and pick the best one. -- The winner is given $1000, no strings attached. -- The process is repeated every month, in order to spread the awesomeness.
Interested in applying? Please go to: https://www.awesomefoundation.org/en/submissions/new?chapter=homelessness. Decisions are made by the end of the month.
We select one application for the monthly grant. If your submission is not chosen for the month, you can apply the following month.
Questions? Interest in being a trustee and joining us in making these microgrants? Email us at: email@example.com