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- Mental Health, Crisis Intervention
- Human Services - Multipurpose and Other
- Social Science Research Institutes, Services
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Responsive grantmaking is the Archstone Foundation's strategy to direct resources to emerging and unmet needs within the field of aging. There are three key priority areas:
- Aging in Community;
- Depression in Late-Life;
- Family Caregiving.
The Foundation will also explore ways to support projects that incorporate Workforce Development into its three priority areas.
The Foundation accepts unsolicited letters of inquiry on an ongoing basis through the Foundation's responsive grantmaking process. Program staff review Letters Of Inquiry monthly. After review of the letters, if the request falls within the funding priorities of the Foundation the organization will be invited to submit a full proposal for funding consideration.
Priority is given to proposals serving the Southern California region. Proposals from outside Southern California may be considered if they serve the state as a whole, are demonstration projects with potential for replication in California, or have a regional or national impact.
Grant information was last reviewed by our staff on 10/9/2021 - grantmaking focus has changed a bit. This is an ongoing program, but the GG team is reviewing our data to make sure it aligns with the Foundation's new direction.
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