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The Foundation’s Capacity Building Grant application period is now closed. We look forward to sharing the selected grantees and their capacity building needs in January 2023!

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2022 Capacity Building Grantees

2022 Capacity Building Grantees

The CSD Unites Community Foundation is pleased to announce its latest cohort of COVID-19 Resiliency Efforts microgrant awardees. These six Deaf-led organizations have long histories of supporting their communities, and have been working particularly hard to provide additional, crucial supports in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Spotlight on 2021 COVID-19 Emergency Response Microgrant Awardees: DeafHope

Spotlight on 2021 COVID-19 Emergency Response Microgrant Awardees: DeafHope

As part of the CSD Unites Community Foundation’s latest cohort of COVID-19 Emergency Response micrograntees, DeafHope was awarded $10,000 for their project titled, “Ensuring Survivors’ Safety Through Economic Security (ESSTES),” which will provide financial support to Deaf survivors of domestic violence and sexual violence.

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Announcing COVID-19 Resiliency Fund Micrograntees

Announcing COVID-19 Resiliency Fund Micrograntees

The CSD Unites Community Foundation is pleased to announce its latest cohort of COVID-19 Resiliency Efforts microgrant awardees. These six Deaf-led organizations have long histories of supporting their communities, and have been working particularly hard to provide additional, crucial supports in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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CaringWorks: Supporting the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Homeless Community

CaringWorks: Supporting the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Homeless Community

Over half of a million people in America are homeless. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, more individuals are at risk of homelessness than ever before. Single individuals, males, and unsheltered persons are among the most impacted by this crisis. Adults with disabilities are four times more likely to be homeless in shelters than adults without disabilities. Although there are thousands of community housing and homeless shelters across America, yet only three specialize in serving the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community. CaringWorks, Inc., a health and human agency based in Atlanta, Georgia, is one of them. 

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