CommunityWINS (Working/Investing in Neighborhood Stabilization) Grant
United States Conference of MayorsSuggest an update
Deadline: Oct 9, 2020
Grant amount: US $50,000 - US $500,000
Fields of work: Community Development & Revitalization Business Development Employment Services Job Creation
Applicant type: Nonprofit
Funding uses: Project / Program
Location of project: United States
Location of residency: United StatesView website Save
About this funder:
Goal of this grant funding
Wells Fargo Bank and the Wells Fargo Foundation, along with the U.S. Conference of Mayors, aim to award $1 million this year to support local nonprofits with the CommunityWINS (Working/Investing in Neighborhood Stabilization) grant program.
In January 2015, the U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM) and Wells Fargo announced a new collaboration, the CommunityWINS grant program, aimed at accelerating neighborhood revitalization, economic development, and job creation in municipalities across the country.
The USCM and Wells Fargo are committed to providing the opportunity for cities across the United States, through local nonprofits, to invest in and promote the long-term economic prosperity and quality of life for their communities. Together, we’re focused on strengthening and expanding communities, removing blight and rebuilding communities, recognizing outstanding leadership and innovative solutions, and identifying these initiatives and best practices.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- Every member city of the USCM is eligible to apply for the CommunityWINS Grant Program.
- Applications must include a Letter of Support from the Mayor.
- A city may nominate up to three eligible nonprofit organizations of the city’s choice to apply.
- The eligible nonprofit must represent a U.S. based IRS qualified charitable 501(c)(3) organization with a valid tax identification number.
- The eligible programs must address one of the following segments:
- Neighborhood stabilization — projects designed to stimulate growth, stability, and assist in removing blight and rebuilding communities
- Economic development — projects designed to promote business development
- Job creation — projects to aid in local job creation or assist in job training
- All programs must be initiated with the full support of the mayor to be eligible, including those developed and implemented in collaboration with the private sector, community groups, and other partners
- Cities applying for the award must be in good membership standing with USCM.
Want to discover new grants?
See how we help our customers save time and find new funding by trying out Instrumentl for 14-days free or learn more.
“This is the best foundation match & grant tracking tool I've used in my many years of fundraising.”