LIVERMORE: California: 1st January 2018
The Hindu Community and Cultural Center, Inc., of Livermore is pleased to announce their annual Grant In Aid Program and invites applications from nonprofit agencies based both locally (Livermore and its surrounding areas) and overseas.
A total grant amount of $25,000 will be distributed in the year 2018. Individual grants can vary depending on the needs and suitability of the nonprofit organizations. This Grant program, initiated in 1987, is one of several Human Services activities at the temple in addition to programs such as free health screening, bone-marrow donor registration, partnering with the Alameda County Community Food Bank for canned food drives, distributing personal articles and clothing to the Livermore veteranís hospital and collaborating with local shelters to help the needy.
Human Services agencies that meet the needs of the elderly, abused women, and youth which are primarily funded by private donations, are encouraged to apply for these grants. Organizations should provide the following details along with their application: a mission statement, sample project(s), specific project for which the grant will be utilized, and any other information in support of the application. Applications sent via email will not
be accepted. All applications must be mailed to the following address and received at HCCC by 16th February 2018
Sudhindra Goutam Vedanthi
Chairperson, Human Services
1232, Arrowhead Avenue
Livermore, CA 94551-6963
Applicants will be informed of the grant decisions. Representatives of the selected organizations will be invited to an Award Ceremony to be held at the temple in 2018.
For questions and clarifications, please email to
Sudhindra Goutam Vedanthi ([email protected]
, or [email protected]
or Anand Gundu (Board of Director) at [email protected]