Do Something Social Enterprise Grants

Columbia community receives $100,000 from Walmart's Fighting Hunger Together campaign [Photo by Walmart Stores] (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Grants Here Sign 11-19-08 [Photo by stevendepolo] (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Do Something Social Enterprise Grants

Do Something.org is a nonprofit organization that provides small grants for young people to help fund their social enterprise, charitable ideas and business development. The organization is providing 10 $500 disaster relief grants in response to the devastating tornadoes which have ripped across the southern US. These grants are especially designated for community action projects that directly relate to domestic disaster relief. Do Something also provides a $500 seed grant for those who are working to start a community action project or seed program each week. Another $250 grant is available for those who want to take their projects to the next level. Called the DSU Project pitch grants, these are given out to those who upload the best pitches to the site. $250 Do Something Club grants are awarded to official Do Something Clubs that are working on social action projects in their communities through proper funding and business development. Five of these grants are given out every month.