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By: Lukah Callanan At Fusion Partnerships, one of our most important – if lesser known – ambitions is capacity building. Whereas many fiscal sponsors operate semi-independently from their sponsored programs, we here at Fusion want our partners to have the knowledge and the skills to take part in all aspects of our – and their...Continue reading
The Days After…
By: Laurie Bezold aka Polly Riddims On Wednesday after the election, in a state of fear and tears, Fusion staff sat in a circle for a few moments and held hands. We reaffirmed our commitment to social justice, our support of each other and the Partners we serve. But the most positive thing for us...Continue reading
The Annie E. Casey Foundation has designated funding to Fusion Partnerships to facilitate a community led small grants program in East Baltimore. This program is unique from other small grants programs for two main reasons:
The committee that reviews all grant proposals and gives final approval is comprised entirely of residents from the C.A.R.E., McElderry, and Middle East Communities.
The projects proposed for consideration must be led by residents of these communities.
This grantmaking process is based on similar grassroots grantmaking programs in Cleveland, Detroit, and Atlanta, and has been refined by residents in the C.A.R.E., McElderry, and Middle East Communities to better serve the specific needs of their neighborhoods. The residents in collaboration with Fusion Partnerships have also developed the program’s name --InFusion Community Grants
Deadline: 5pm Tuesday April 23