Five Chamber member non-profits progressing to next phase of Midland Inspires's $100,000 self-funded transformational grant process
Five non-profit Chamber members have been selected by Midland Inspires to proceed to the next phase of the organization’s grantmaking process.
Of the eight organizations selected, the Boys and Girls Club, Bynum School, Communities in Schools Permian Basin, Family Promise of Midland, and The Field’s Edge are Midland Chamber members.
Our Chamber is delighted to see this group of community members partnering together in support of local non-profits.
Read below for the full press release from Midland Inspires.
Midland Inspires announces eight nonprofits progressing to the next phase of its $100,000 self-funded transformational grant process
Eight nonprofits selected to move forward from a field of 23
(Midland, TX - March 23, 2021) - Midland Inspires is happy to announce that eight outstanding local nonprofits have progressed to the next phase of the organization’s grantmaking process:
Boys and Girls Club
Communities in Schools Permian Basin
Midland Rape Crisis Center
These nonprofits have been invited to submit full grant proposals to Midland Inspires by 5:00 p.m. on April 16, 2021. They were selected from 23 initial applicants by committees of Midland Inspires members who evaluate proposals for credibility, capability, commitment, feasibility, and significance.
Midland Inspires is a community of women who seek to transform lives through high-impact and lifelong giving. The organization will award a $100,000 grant this July to a worthy nonprofit that addresses a critical social need in Midland County. The organization currently has 135 members, whom they call “Philanthrobabes.”
They welcome inquiries from all women who seek to enhance lives in Midland County. Please visit the organization’s website, www.midlandinspires.org, for more information about the organization and its grantmaking process.
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