P&G Alumni Foundation 2023 Grant Program For Economic Empowerment

Deadline: 13 May 2023

The P&G Alumni Foundation Grant Program is now open for a charitable organization whose mission aligns with the Foundation’s focus on economic empowerment, building sustainable futures through job skills, vocational training, and business start-ups.

The Foundation invests in programing that contributes toward real employment including:

Job skills development & vocational training.
Business-related skills education & training.
Entrepreneurial or business ventures viable in local communities.
They Value:

Leadership, learning, and integrity
Giving back and helping others
Global diversity, equity, and inclusion

Eligibility Criteria
The Foundation accepts grant requests from tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organizations in the U.S. and from charitable equivalents outside the U.S. subject to the following eligibility requirements:

Your mission and the project or program seeking funding must be strongly aligned with the Foundation’s mission of economically empowering those in need.
Your proposal must demonstrate how it contributes toward sustainable employment opportunities (e.g., job skills development, vocational training, business-related skills education & training, entrepreneurial or business ventures, etc.) and how you will measure results.

One or more P&G Alums must be actively and meaningfully involved with the charitable organization for a minimum of one year.

The charitable organization must be in existence for a minimum of two fiscal years and provide financial statements upon request.

Grants are annual awards and limited to one-year commitments.

Vetting Procedures
Nonprofits registered in the U.S. are subject to ensuring compliance with IRS regulations governing 501(c)(3) organizations including a review of the GuideStar Charity Check. International charitable organizations not registered in the U.S. are required to complete due diligence as prescribed by the Grants Committee prior to receiving a grant award if selected.This due diligence will continue to ensure that the grant partners are performing their charitable work in a transparent and accountable manner while meeting registration requirements with local governments.

Information to complete the due diligence should be easily accessible by the nonprofit and ordinary in nature. There is no cost to the nonprofit for completing the due diligence review process.


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