Thanks for visiting The Miami Foundation's submission portal.  From here you can submit applications and reports for select Foundation grant programs.

Congratulations on your program award from The Miami Foundation.   

2019 Grantees COVID-19 Update: The Foundation knows the COVID-19 pandemic forced nonprofits to revise and/or suspend programs and operations and we know your reports will reflect this. And that is fine. We still want you to share what you were and were not able to accomplish so we can learn from your experiences. Based on the Foundation's decision to release restrictions on use of unspent funds, we will ask you to summarize how grant dollars were spent, but not complete a financial report form.

Use this form to submit grant reports for the programs listed below by the dates in your grant agreement.

  • Community Grants
  • LGBTQ Community Fund
  • State Attorney’s Denise Moon Memorial Fund
  • State Attorney’s Fund for a Safer and Healthier Community

We recommend you prepare your responses in word processing program based on the word limits shown in this form. 

If you have questions about your grant please contact Alex Rosales at arosales@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, Celebrate Charlotte Arts, 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.   

Please note, The Miami Foundation is working remotely as a result of coronavirus. Please expect a delay in payment processing times. We appreciate your patience.

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.  

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 soon.

Please click here to see our full payment request guidelines. 

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

If you are a current scholar of the following programs, please save this application as a bookmark for future reference:

- Ortega Foundation Scholarship (eligible for 4 awards)

- Give Kids A Chance Scholarship (eligible for 4 awards)

- Badia Spices Scholarship (eligible for 4 awards)

- Cornerstone Group Scholarship  (eligible for 2 awards) 

- Liberty Square Student Scholarship (eligible for 2 awards)

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

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

This form is for current Foundation grantees to submit their signed grant agreement, revised project budget and/or 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 your primary contact at The Miami Foundation.

Congratulations on your award from The Jorge M. Pérez Family Foundation. Please use this report to submit your grant report by October 16, 2020.

If you have questions about your grant please contact Lindsey Linzer, Senior Director for Programs and Grants Administration at LLinzer@miamifoundation.org.

Miami-Dade Counts Census 2020 grantees should use this form to submit their final report. The supporters of Miami-Dade Counts Census 2020 understand that the COVID-19 pandemic has forced organizations to shift their original Census outreach plans. And that is fine. We want you to share what you were and were not able to accomplish over the course of the grant.

If you have questions about your grant please contact Lindsey Linzer, Senior Director of Programs and Grants Administration, at LLinzer@miamifoundation.org.


Sankofa Sistas 

Sankofa Sistas Giving Circle was founded by a group of Black women to support meaningful and systemic change that empowers Black women and girls.

Sankofa Sistas Giving Circle believes in giving back to the community. We leverage our resources to address inequalities at the intersection of race, gender, and class. A $1,000 catalytic grant will be given to an organization led by people of color with a proven record of effectively advancing programs or policies that empower Black women and girls by dismantling systemic inequalities.

Grant funds may be used for costs directly related to implementing a program, such as salaries of program staff or consultants, outreach, marketing, supplies, events or local travel. Proposals may include reasonable indirect costs. Funds cannot pay for memberships, fundraising events or campaigns, endowments, memorials or reducing deficits.

Eligible applicants include nonprofits with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status or projects with an established fiscal agent serving Miami-Dade County. While we will give preference to strengthening nonprofits based in Greater Miami, we also encourage partnerships with those outside Greater Miami to bring high-quality programs to our community. Current grantees must be in compliance with the terms of those awards to be considered.

The Miami Foundation