HBCU Interfaith Conference Grant Application

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Overview

Inspired by the inaugural HBCU Interfaith Conference, “Black & Interfaith: Reclaiming, Restoring & Reimagining”, Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) is pleased to offer two grants—a $500 individual grant and $1,000 institutional grant— to eligible conference attendees to fund a diverse range of campus activities that advance interfaith cooperation. While the eligibility requirements for both grants are the same, applicants are permitted to receive only one of the two grants. Click here to see the Request for Proposals for a more detailed explanation of the difference between both grants.  


Intended for college and university faculty, administrators, and staff who attended the HBCU Interfaith Conference, these grants are open-ended and can support a wide variety of interfaith projects. Selected applicants will receive either the individual or institutional grant for a project to be executed during the spring, summer, or fall of 2021. Grantees will be required to submit a brief final report at the end of the granting period. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis through August 152021. 


If you have additional questions, please contact Don Abramdon@ifyc.org, or click here to review the Request for Proposals. 

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Project Questions

As a reminder, eligible projects are submitted by individuals who attended Howard’s HBCU Interfaith Conference, “Black & Interfaith: Reclaiming, Restoring & Reimagining," and include specific proposals for interfaith campus projects which can be executed in the spring, summer or fall 2021.  






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