WOMEN OF COLOR
AND CAPITAL GRANT
WOCXC is proud to continue our commitment to our small businesses partners by offering $1,000 microgrants. No strings attached: fill out our quick grant application and WOCXC will select five grant recipients to receive immediate cash grants to support their work
Submit your application by October 1, email email@example.com for any questions,
WOCXC GRANT DETAILS:
Why is WOCXC offering Grants?
Since our founding in 2016, Resilia has supported more than 2,300 nonprofit organizations. We launched our microgrants program in 2021 to expand our commitment to our community and offer additional support during these challenging times. Microgrants are only part of Resilia’s ongoing commitment to supporting the sector with resources and capacity-building! Check out our free webinars, trainings, templates, and materials that are available via our Nonprofit Platform.
How do I apply?
Fill out the form on this site! No budgets, attachments, logic models, or theories of change - just a few sentences on how $1,000 will help support your work. After you click “Submit,” you will receive a confirmation email.
How will WOCXC determine grant recipients?
Submissions will be reviewed by an internal panel at Resilia, and five awards will go to tax-exempt organizations that meet eligibility criteria. Read about the recipients of our first round of microgrants here.
When will WOCXC announce grant awards?
Resilia will announce grant awards on September 23, 2022 via email, and will contact all applicants after decisions are finalized. There is no need to check on the status of your application.
If I’m awarded a grant, what are the reporting requirements?
None. We trust nonprofits to invest in and advance their missions. Resilia’s here to support and scale your work, not impose restrictions or burdensome deadlines. We’d love to feature grant winners on our site or on social media, and welcome the opportunity to showcase your mission.
WOMEN OF COLOR AND CAPITAL
Women of Color and Capital™ is where diverse women entrepreneurs & professionals come together to learn about money, finance, capital and investing from a 360-degree lens.
This initiative is focused on the success of women of color as it relates to financial resources and opportunities. The four pillars of this initiative are wealth building through financial freedom fundamentals and advisors, investing, capital for businesses (seed, growth and late stage) and learning how to become investors and investment managers.