I, too, was impressed by the way the community showed up during Inspire to discuss harassment. Some of those 14 listed were early ideas, not all got fully fleshed out by community members into proposals with funding requests. Ultimately, few of the anti-harassment project plans were considered ready for funding by the grant committee who reviewed them. In some cases, that may be because the idea was deemed more suitably handled by a regular budget and staff support rather than 1-time funding for independent community members - online harassment is a really tough issue, and some aspects may need an organization behind them. In other cases, though, the lack of funding may just have been because the idea wasn't ready for implementation (it may have been missing team members, community backers, a research phase to determine whether the selected solution was feasible or likely to go somewhere, or something else). All full grant proposals were given feedback on the talk page by the committee about potential improvements, and we'd welcome future proposals to consider any ideas that have moved forward into actionable plans since then. Individual Engagement Grants will be accepting proposals in September, and Project and Event Grants accepts them year-round.