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2019 Grant Application Process

We’ve extended the application deadline for 2019 grants to April 26, 2019. A link to the application is provided below. Apply today!

The Foundation develops and funds public interest projects that benefit the South Asian community in the following areas: domestic violence, immigration rights, hate crimes, discrimination and racial profiling, and community access to justice.

 

 

Skills to Succeed Grant

SABA Foundation is excited to announce that Accenture has partnered with us to to award the first annual the Accenture Skills to Succeed Grant to one community-based organization who will use the funds, at least in part, to help people with the skills and tools needed to improve their ability to search for and find rewarding and gainful employment. For those community-based organizations interested in being considered for the Accenture grant, please be sure your application details how your organization will or already does help people accomplish this important life skill.

Grant Applications

The Foundation will award grants to community-based organizations working in these areas at the 2019 SABA Conference in Atlanta. To apply for one of this year’s grants, please download an application using the button below. Completed applications must be returned to foundation@sabanorthamerica.com by April 26, 2019.

Apply for a Grant


Past Grant Recipients*

Grants Made in 2018

Manavi – New Brunswick, NJ

SAAPRI – Chicago, IL

Narika – Berkeley, CA

Kiran, Inc. – Raleigh, NC

 

Grants Made in 2017

Heart Women & Girls – Chicago, IL
Saheli – Burlington, MA
Asha for Women – Rockville, MD
South Asian Bar Association of Washington – Seattle, WA – Hitesh S. Barot Community Access to Justice Grantee

Grants Made in 2016

Apna Ghar – Chicago, IL
Daya – Houston, TX
Indo-American Center – Chicago, IL
South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario – Ontario, Canada – Hitesh S. Barot Community Access to Justice Grantee

Grants Made in 2015

Manavi – New Jersey
Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta (AAAJ-Atlanta)– Atlanta, GA
Know Your Rights – Boston, MA – Hitesh S. Barot Community Access to Justice Grantee
Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM) – New York, NY

Grants Made in 2014

Maitri – San Jose, CA
South Asian American Policy & Research Institute (SAAPRI) – Chicago, IL
Raksha – Atlanta, GA
Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM) – New York, NY

Grants Made in 2013

Asian American Legal Advocacy Center (AALAC) – Georgia
Asian American Resource Center (AARC) – Austin, TX
MAITRI – San Jose, CA
South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT) – Washington, DC
South Asian American Policy & Research Institute (SAAPRI) – Chicago, IL

Grants and Funding in 2012

Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM) – New York, NY
Indo-American Center – Chicago, IL
Sakhi for South Asian Women – New York, NY

OTHER PAST RECIPIENTS OF FOUNDATION FUNDING

Community-Based Organizations
Adhikaar – New York, NY
Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach – San Francisco, CA
Heartland Alliance National Immigrant Justice Center – Chicago, IL
Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network – Atlanta, GA
Just Neighbors – Falls Church, VA
MAI Family Services – Michigan
SAHARA of South Florida
South Asian Network – Southern California
Saheli – Massachusetts
The Sikh Coalition – Fremont, CA and Washington D.C

Bar and Student Associations
Indian American Bar Association of Chicago (IABA)
South Asian Bar Association of Northern California (SABA-NC)
North American South Asian Law Students Association (NASALSA)
South Asian Bar Association of New York (SABANY)
South Asian Bar Association of Washington DC (SABADC)
South Asian Bar Association of Washington (SABAW)

∗ Click on the organization name to go to its website.