What do we do?
We are a grant provider and partner, working collaboratively with organizations and communities on projects designed to achieve deeper mission impact over the long term.
Capacity Building Network
We supply networking opportunities for Deaf leaders and organizations to achieve greater impact as a field or movement.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
Deaf Refugee Advocacy
Northwest School for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children
Partnership for Families, Children, and Adults
Health Signs Center
Helping Educate to Advance the Rights of Deaf Communities
Partners in Deaf Health
The Learning Center for the Deaf
Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind
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Keep up with the latest news from CSD Unites Community Foundation
CSD Unites Community Foundation Seeking New Partners to Support Multiply Marginalized Deaf Communities
The CSD Unites Community Foundation is seeking foundation leaders to collaborate with on efforts to strengthen and support deaf communities across the country.
Deaf Refugee Advocacy was awarded a microgrant to fund their work helping D/HH New American families establish internet access, and subsidizing that access for up to a year if a family cannot afford it.
DeafCAN! was awarded a microgrant for a project that will focus on connecting D/HH Bhutanese refugees with primary healthcare providers.
Spotlight on 2021 COVID-19 Emergency Response Microgrant Awardees: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services were awarded a microgrant for a project that will focus on making vaccine-related information accessible and equitable for DDBHH individuals.
Spotlight on 2021 COVID-19 Emergency Response Microgrant Awardees: Northwest School for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children
Northwest School for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children was awarded a microgrant for a project that will focus on enhancing literacy skill development for Spanish-speaking students and their families.
As part of the CSD Unites Community Foundation’s latest cohort of COVID-19 Emergency Response micrograntees, DeafHope was awarded $10,000 for their project titled, “Ensuring Survivors’ Safety Through Economic Security (ESSTES),” which will provide financial support to Deaf survivors of domestic violence and sexual violence.
The CSD Unites Community Foundation is pleased to announce its latest cohort of COVID-19 Resiliency Efforts microgrant awardees. These six Deaf-led organizations have long histories of supporting their communities, and have been working particularly hard to provide additional, crucial supports in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Equity-Driven Deaf-led Grant Provider for Deaf-led Organizations, Unites Community Foundation, Celebrates Launch on January 26th
The Unites Community Foundation, led by Communication Service for the Deaf (CSD), is thrilled to announce its launch on January 26, 2021. The Foundation is a grant provider and partner that works collaboratively with deaf-led organizations and communities to achieve long-term, widespread impact.
Communication Service for the Deaf, a deaf advocacy organization founded in South Dakota, is launching a grant foundation to reach underserved areas in the state and nationwide.
Organizations supporting COVID-19 recovery efforts are encouraged to apply for an Emergency Response Grant from the Unites Community Foundation
CSD Unites Community Foundation dreams of working collaboratively with deaf-led organizations and communities to achieve long-term and widespread impact.
CaringWorks’ Deaf and Hard of Hearing Residential Treatment program hosted a conversation between industry experts about the impending behavioral health crisis in the Deaf community.
Through a micro-grant from CSD Unites, Partners in Deaf Health have created a series of educational videos in ASL about COVID-19.
Over half of a million people in America are homeless. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, more individuals are at risk of homelessness than ever before. Single individuals, males, and unsheltered persons are among the most impacted by this crisis. Adults with disabilities are four times more likely to be homeless in shelters than adults without disabilities. Although there are thousands of community housing and homeless shelters across America, yet only three specialize in serving the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community. CaringWorks, Inc., a health and human agency based in Atlanta, Georgia, is one of them.
Funds from these CSD Unites micro-grants will support non-profit organizations struggling with resources, managing funds, or adapting services as a result of Covid-19. This may include organizations that supply basic needs, including, but not limited to, food, relief from rent and other household expenses, and access to healthcare.