Colonel CleanBy Nyla Boler October 2019
Perfect PunctualityBy Yvette Sanders August 2019
Airbnb X VinegarBy Ryan Meyer, Ann Trondson, Melissa Yes June 2019
Cadettes Care-Helping the homelessBy Girl Scout Troop 350 7th grade Cadettes May 2019
Help Me EscapeBy Antaneeca Simmons April 2019
Community NaturalsBy Michael Britton April 2019
I See Me, Inc.By Devon Frazier March 2019
The WILAH ProjectBy Shellie Layne January 2019
RBG- Violence ReductionBy Avee-Ashanti Shabazz December 2018
A Friend of Mind’s Youth RetreatBy Sherilyn Garner October 2018
5th Annual Community Toy Swap!By Virginia Brasher October 2018
Magic City Poetry FestivalBy Ashley M. Jones August 2018
YWCA Summer Adventures in Learning (SAIL)By Holly Jaap Hilton July 2018
Save the Finley RoundhouseBy Khari M Marquette March 2018
OAA Community EngagementBy Felencia "Dena" Dickerson November 2017
Programs at Ruffner MountainBy Meg Ford October 2017
STREAM Coding Boot CampBy Adrienne Starks September 2017
Children's VillageBy Patricia Collier August 2017
Girls Build BirminghamBy Ava Davis June 2017
YouthbuildBy The Dannon Project May 2017
Dream MakerzBy Hiranda Brock April 2017
The 1st One-Job Readiness Program for TeensBy Tamika D. Holmes March 2017
Futureproof BamaBy Taylor Phillips February 2017
Team Alabama Solar Decathlon SURVIV(AL) HouseBy Bambi Ingram January 2017
OUR NEXT EVENT:
October 21st from 6:00pm-8:00pm at Carrigan's Public House
Deadline to apply for the October Grant is Thursday October 10th at midnight.
Finalists will be contacted by Monday, October 14th
Each finalist will have 5 minutes to present their idea, followed by a few minutes of questions by a panel of judges. After all the finalists have presented, the judges will vote on the winner. The winning project will be awarded $1,000 to fund their idea.
The Birmingham Chapter of the Awesome Foundation's grants support projects in sciences, arts, education, civic engagement, media, and entertainment -- just about anything as long as it contributes to making The Magic City more AWESOME!
What Types of Project Are NOT Supported? The types of projects are generally not supported — typically ones that are personal and limited in their community impact, and existing efforts that would not see significant incremental benefit from a small grant. For example, we aren't going to pay your bills or help you start a business.
And guess what 501c3 status is not a requirement! The grants can go to groups, individuals, small non-profit organizations, almost any entity. We generally don't give to large organizations.
Interested in becoming a trustee or volunteering?
Email us at email@example.com