California Responsive Grantmaking and Small Grants Program
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis
The Archstone Foundation's Responsive Grantmaking program
will award funding to address emerging and unmet needs of
California's aging population and those who serve them.
Priority areas include programs that:
Nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations that serve people in
Amount of funding
The Small Grant program offers grants of up to $15,000. Grants over that must be submitted through the Responsive Grants portfolio.
A link to
Letter of inquiry (LOI) requirements is available on
Submit the initial LOI by mail to:
Tanisha Davis, MAG
301 E. Ocean Blvd., Ste. 1850
Long Beach, CA 90802
Selected applicants will be invited to submit a full
Aging and aging-related services · Depression · Elderly population · Health workforce education and training · Informal caregivers · California
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