MetLife Modifies Giving, Will Focus on Underserved

The MetLife Foundation has developed new priorities for the foundation’s Financial Inclusion Grants. The foundation awards grants to programs reaching large numbers of underserved households and working with them to develop financial strategies and resources to empower them and their communities to realize their dreams. Nonprofits are eligible.

Deadline: Requests are accepted and reviewed throughout the year.

The foundation previously accepted unsolicited funding proposals for several other types of activities. Now, it is focusing all of its unsolicited funds on this opportunity.Funding: the foundation anticipates that it will provide $200 million over the next five years for awards. Contact,

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