Guidelines and Eligibility
- Applicants must be publicly funded, 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations registered in the United States.
- EHF supports activities that have national impact; exceptions are made for activities that have high potential to scale up.
- Funding is limited to activities undertaken primarily in the United States.
- EHF grants may support:
- Organizational capacity building, training, and leadership development in order to build high-performing nonprofit organizations; and
- Programs and projects seeking to effectively advance inclusion, build sector capacity, or organize communities.
- EHF does not support:
- Capital expenditures (building and maintenance repair);
- Political campaigns and legislative lobbying efforts; or
- The re-granting of funds to another organization.
- EHF encourages applicants to submit proposals for activities that will be completed within a 12-month period.
- An organization may submit only one application per EHF grant cycle.
- Exceptions are made for very large organizations, such as universities, which may submit one application per department or program.