The Bay Area has the talent, resources, and solutions to shape an equitable, inclusive, and just regional economy for everyone. See below for opportunities to access funding to support your work toward an equitable future.
Through these funds, Workforce and Economic Development Division aims to support colleges in closing the skills, employment and equity gaps, to enable wage and employment progression, to foster student success and completion, and to prepare students for the future of work.
Initial Application Deadline December 16, 2022 at 5:00 PM
This specific grant between the Employment Development Department (EDD) and on behalf of the Labor and Workforce Development Agency, announces the availability of up to $8 million in Department of Labor, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Governor’s discretionary funds for an Equity Target Population Fund (ETPF) Solicitation for Proposals (SFP). Reach out to Rosi Romo (email@example.com) for more info.
Proposals are due Tuesday, December 13th at 3:00pm (PST)
This $10,000 award is open to any organization working in the field of law and social policy to advance low-wage workers’ rights in the United States. Nominated organizations may be of any size or budget and work may have just started or occurred over years. Individuals are not eligible.
Anyone can make a nomination, and self-nominations are allowed. All nominations must be submitted using EOF’s online application by November 7.
The County of Alameda is excited to announce the investment of $4 million to the local Early Care and Education (ECE) system for existing infrastructure needs and capacity building of the field. One-time grants will be awarded to eligible licensed Family Child Care (FCC) and Center-based programs in Alameda County.* All awards will distributed by the Alameda County Social Services Agency (SSA) utilizing a two-tiered system: 1) Large FCC & Center-based programs (Licensed capacity for 12 or more children) with grants of $3,350; and 2) Small FCCs (Licensed capacity for 8 less children) with grants of $2,350.
California Workforce Development Board (CWDB) is pleased to announce a rolling fund to advance a field of practice that simultaneously addresses urgent questions of income inequality, economic competitiveness, and climate change through regional skills strategies designed to support economically and environmentally resilient communities across the state.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and will be managed to support the program’s goals. The time it takes to process an application will depend on the volume of applications received by the community lender with which you match. Please note that submitting an application is not an indication of eligibility and does not mean that a loan will be approved or funded.