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The Miami Foundation and Philanthropy Miami annually present the Emerging Philanthropist Award to a young donor who uses charitable giving to drive measureable results around a local cause, broadly improve the lives of Miamians and encourage others to give. Miami is a forward-thinking community and the next generation of philanthropists have already taken ownership of our region’s future success. The hope is that this award inspires other rising philanthropic leaders to see how any donor at any age can have a real impact on the issues they care about. 

We invite you to nominate someone today who you feel is deserving of this recognition. 

Criteria

Nominees must be age 40 or younger and live in Miami-Dade County. They may work or serve in any field or sector. The person should be someone who has demonstrated a clear philanthropic commitment to one or more Miami-Dade-focused causes and/or organizations by:

  • Devoting time, treasure and talent significant to the individual capacity to give
  • Serving or having served in a voluntary leadership role at a Miami-Dade-based nonprofit and/or civic organization(s)
  • Using their voice, networks and influence to inspire others to become philanthropically involved in our community

Key Dates 

  • Nominations must be received by Tuesday, January 8, 2019 by 5:00 pm
  • The winner will be recognized at the annual Philanthropy Miami Donor Next Door Luncheon on March 13, 2019 and must be available to attend and make remarks

For more information contact: Victoria Robinson, Development Officer, The Miami Foundation

Email: vrobinson@miamifoundation.org | Phone: 786.406.1787


To submit a nomination, please create an account on the Submittable platform, fill out the nomination form and click “Submit.”

Welcome to the Foundation’s new platform for submitting reports for our Grants Programs.

Use this online form to submit reports for awards from the following programs: 2017 State Attorney’s Fund for a Safer and Healthier Community (SASH) grantees, all current Hurricane Relief + Recovery Funds grantees, new grants awarded in 2018 (and beyond) for Community Grants, LGBTQ Community Fund and State Attorney’s Denise Moon Memorial Fund.

For reporting guidelines that list the information you will need to provide, visit the Grants Program page on our website (http://miamifoundation.org/grantprograms/). Find your program, and click on the Download Grantee Reporting Guidelines link.

 If you have questions about your grant please contact the director of programs and grants administration, Lindsey Linzer at LLinzer@miamifoundation.org.   

Please use this form to submit your grant report to The Miami Foundation.  Copies of our reporting templates and guidelines can be found on our website at http://miamifoundation.org/knightwinners.

This form should be used if you received a grant for a Knight Foundation or other private foundation related program.  i.e. - Knight Arts Challenge, Journalism 360, Knight Endowment Funds and Artificial Intelligence Fund.

If you have questions about your grant please contact the director of programs and grants administration, Lindsey Linzer at LLinzer@miamifoundation.org.   

This form should be used to submit payment requests to The Miami Foundation. Requests including supporting documentation must be received by Friday at 5:00 pm EST for payment by the end of the following week.  

Please note, the deadline for submitting end of year grant and/or payments requests is Friday, December 14th at 5:00 pm in order for us to ensure that payments are processed by the end of the year.

The Foundation is moving towards issuing all payments by ACH Electronic Funds Transfer. We are requesting that you provide your ACH information using this secure form.  While we will still allow payment via check we will be transitioning away from payment via check by the end of 2018.

Please click here to see our full payment request guidelines.

If you have any questions, please contact paymentrequest@miamifoundation.org.

This form is for current Ortega Foundation and/or Give Kids A Chance scholarship recipients to re-apply for funding. 

Instructions:

Please complete all questions below, paying careful attention to the fields that pertain to your scholarship award. Required attachments include:

  • copy of your unofficial transcript
  • copy of your full-time class schedule (12 credits or more; unless you are graduating and don't need full-time credits)
  • 1-page letter addressed to the donor detailing how the award has helped you reach your academic goals (Ortega Foundation recipients only)

These attachments will be used to confirm your eligibility to renew. Please refer to individual guidelines and renewal criteria here. Contact Alex Rosales, Senior Programs Assistant at arosales@miamifoundation.org with questions.

This form is for current Foundation grantees to submit their signed grant agreement, revised project budget and payment information.

The Foundation is moving towards issuing all payments by ACH Electronic Funds Transfer. We are requesting that you provide your ACH information using this secure form. 

If you are a grantee for multiple grant programs you can submit this form more than once.

If it is absoutely necessary that your organization receive payment via check or if you have any questions please contact Alex Rosales, senior programs assistant at 305-357-2094 or e-mail at arosales@miamifoundation.org.

Congratulations on your award from the The Jorge M. Pérez Family Foundation. Use this online form to submit your grant reports by the dates stated in your grant agreement.

You should base your reporting on the Grant Objectives and Budget your organization submitted in July 2018, in which you defined your objectives for implementation and results.

If you have questions about your grant please contact the Senior Vice President for Programs and Grants Administration, Charisse Grant, at CGrant@miamifoundation.org.

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