CPPS Heritage Mission Fund Grant

CPPS Heritage Mission Fund

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Next predicted deadline: Jan 16, 2023 8:59pm PST (Letter of inquiry)

Later predicted deadlines: Jul 15, 2023 8:59pm PDT (Letter of inquiry)

Grant amount: Up to US $100,000

Fields of work: Christianity Poverty Alleviation & Services Basic Human Needs Environmental Stewardship

Applicant type: Nonprofit

Funding uses: Project / Program, General Operating Expense, Capital Project

Location of project: Anywhere in the world

Location of residency: United States


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Overview:

Mission Statement

The CPPS Heritage Mission Fund, imbued with the gospel message and the mission and charism of the Sisters of the Precious Blood, responds to requests for financial support for programs and projects that promote the values of Precious Blood Spirituality, dignity of all life, healing and reconciliation, solidarity with the poor, the common good and meeting the unmet needs of the time.

Grantmaking

The values foundational to the CPPS Heritage Mission Fund flow from the Spirituality of the Precious Blood, that is, the redeeming love of Jesus. The values listed here have been essential to the lives and ministries of the Sisters of the Precious Blood throughout their history. No matter what ministries the Sisters were involved in, these values gave life and spirit to their service. These values are truly the heritage and legacy of the Sisters of the Precious Blood.

As grants are received and reviewed by the Distribution Committee of the Board, they will be evaluated in light of these values. Each grant, in some way, should be able to exhibit how one or more of these values are essential to the services offered in the project or program for which funds are being requested.

Values/ Priorities

Precious Blood Spirituality: This foundational value expresses the redeeming love of Jesus which holds each person as precious in God’s sight. No one is beyond the love of God and each person bears the responsibility to care for the other. All other values flow from this.

Promotion of the dignity of and respect for all life: This value recognizes the interconnectedness of all living beings from the earth itself to human beings created in the image and likeness of God. All are stewards of this creation and of all life that God has entrusted to our care.

Healing and reconciliation: This value acknowledges that the world and the people in it are wounded and in need. The fruit of healing and reconciliation — flowing from Precious Blood Spirituality — is the restoration of wholeness in people’s lives and in the world.

Solidarity with the poor: The Gospel values of compassion and mercy make it necessary that we minister to those who are suffering from oppression, poverty and/or exclusion. These needs can be of a material, spiritual, psychological or social nature.

Emphasis on the common good: This value seeks to shift the focus from an emphasis on individual rights to one which would benefit the common good. This value places the good of the whole in right relation to that of the individual.

Responding to unmet needs of the time: The CHM Fund seeks to support those projects that address needs not being met by government, local or other organizations, non-profit or otherwise.

Types of Grants

The Letter of Inquiry must be submitted and accepted by the Executive Secretary before the application forms below are available. A link to a grant application will be sent to you by the Executive Secretary once the Letter of Inquiry is approved.

Types of Applications: The five types listed below identify the programs/projects that would be acceptable. Ordinarily grant amounts range from $5,000.00 to $100,000.00. Read each description carefully and decide which type best suits your need.

  • Type One: Start Up Support for a New Program/Project is for organizations that are requesting start up support for a new program. The grant would be used to launch a new program and cover new expenses that are not currently a part of the organization’s budget.
  • Type Two: Operating Support for Existing Programs/Projects is for organizations that are requesting operating support to continue an existing program(s)/project(s).
  • Type Three: Expansion/Enhancement of Existing Programs/Projects is for organizations that are requesting funds to expand or enhance an existing program/project. That is, grant funds would be used to serve more people or to improve services and would cover new expenses that are not part of the organization’s current operating budget.
  • Type Four: Capital Projects is for organizations that are requesting funds for capital support for facility construction or renovation.
  • Type Five: Mini-grant is for organizations that have already received a grant within the past year and find themselves in need of funds not in excess of $5000.00 for unanticipated costs.

In the rare instance that you feel your request does not fit any of the above categories, e-mail the Executive Secretary at execsec [at] cppsheritagemissionfund.org for further assistance.

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.

Ineligibility:

  • CHM Fund cannot pay for expenses incurred prior to a request being approved.

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This page was last reviewed June 03, 2022 and last updated June 03, 2022