Deadline for Special Grant Opportunity Extended — Social Justice and Diversity Projects. Information Coming Soon

The Community Foundation is now accepting proposals for projects serving audiences in Key West that promote and strengthen the Keys commitment to equality and human rights. Funded by the Michael Dively Social Justice and Diversity Endowment at CFFK, this special grant opportunity will fund up to $5,000 total.

Click here for the application form and more information.

Deadline: Extended – More information coming soon.
Grant Range: Up to $5,000
Project Period: Begins January 1st, 2018; must be completed in 2018 calendar year
Eligibility: Applicants may include but are not limited to educational institutions or other education-focused organizations, ministerial associations, human rights groups, and arts and culture organizations.
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Michael Dively

Michael Dively is one of the founders of the Community Foundation, the Gay and Lesbian Community Center and the Key West AIDS Memorial. After living in Key West for more than 20 years, he established the Michael Dively Social Justice and Diversity Endowment at CFFK in 2012 to promote a commitment to equality for all human beings.

Questions? Please contact Mary Beth Hurd, CFFK Program and Development Coordinator, at mbhurd@cffk.org or 305-292-1502