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DISCLAIMER: The grants below are THIRD PARTY GRANTS. Philanthropy Delaware does not give grants or accept grant proposals. Please use the links provided within the grant description for any questions regarding each grant.

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Upcoming Grant Deadlines

    • July 27, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Department of Housing and Urban Development LogoThe Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program supports comprehensive community approaches to serving homeless youth ages 24 and under. The objectives of the program are to build national momentum toward addressing the homelessness issue, promote equity in the delivery and outcomes of homelessness assistance, evaluate the coordinated community approach to preventing and ending youth homelessness, expand capacity, and evaluate the use of performance measurement strategies designed to better measure youth outcomes.


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    • July 30, 2021
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    Seal of Delaware - WikipediaThe Request for Proposal for the Family SHADE (Support & Health Care Alliance Delaware) was posted on the Bids-Delaware/Bids and Contracts site.  The scheduled closing date is 7/30/21 at 11:00 am.  There is a non-mandatory Pre-Bid virtual meeting scheduled for 6/17/21 at 10:00 am.  Feel free to share this opportunity with other organizations.  Bids - Delaware Bids and Contracts (Family SHADE Initiative for Children and Youth with Special Needs)

    The Division of Public Health (DPH) is looking for key community organizations to address community needs with a range of services and/or programs that will propel Delaware forward in implementing standards for systems of care for children and youth with special health care needs and meeting Title V state and national performance measure goals.  This RFP seeks a contractor to serve as the backbone organization to subcontract, support and manage the key organizations directly delivering the needed interventions.

    The awarded contractor will support the DPH through facilitation and project management to implement the Family SHADE initiative mini-grant project that will provide grants for 3 to 6 subcontractor organizations (community based and other stakeholder organizations) by January 2022.  The contractor will use a collective impact approach to ensure the subcontractors are fully engaged around intent and implantation to successfully implement interventions to address the Title V national performance measures for the CYSHCN population.  The contractor will provide operational oversight (administrative and financial) to the subcontractor’s projects on behalf of the DPH.

    Click here for all details.

    • July 30, 2021
    • (EDT)

    KidsGardening LogoThe Little Seeds Pollinator Pals Grant, presented by KidsGardening and Little Seeds, is designed to support youth garden programs interested in preserving and creating pollinator habitat to help rebuild declining pollinator populations. In 2021, 18 programs will be awarded $500 to support the development of pollinator gardens in communities across the United States. Programs must be planning a new pollinator garden or expanding an existing one designed to teach youth about the importance of pollinators. Nonprofit organizations, public and private schools, and youth programs throughout the country that serve at least 15 youth between the ages of two and 14 are eligible to apply. The application deadline is July 30, 2021.

    Details about the Little Seeds Pollinator Pals Grant are available on the KidsGardening website.

    • July 31, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Gold Futures Challenge, offered by Asian American Futures and Gold House, is an online grant competition to benefit Asian American and Pacific Islander organizations in the United States. The Challenge will award ten prizes ranging from $25,000 to $100,000 to Asian American and Pacific Islander organizations for projects that ensure that AAPI communities are seen, heard, empowered, and united. The prize amounts will be determined by public vote from a pool of ten finalists chosen by the Challenge's Selection Committee. Preference may be given to organizations that serve historically underrepresented communities; organizations, leaders, or communities who are often overlooked by traditional forms of philanthropy; communities with less access to power and opportunity; and/or causes that are harder to fund. The applying organization's work can be in a particular neighborhood, community, city, county, region, or state, or can have a national impact. Both new and existing projects are eligible for submission. The application deadline is July 31, 2021.


    Visit the Challenge's website to access the guidelines and application process


    • August 01, 2021
    • (EDT)

    NEXT for AUTISM LogoThe mission of NEXT for AUTISM is to transform the national landscape of services for people with autism by strategically designing, launching, and supporting innovative programs. NEXT for AUTISM's Color the Spectrum Community Grants support nonprofit organizations throughout the United States that address the transition from school to adulthood in the following three areas: home, work, and social. Applying organizations must have started innovative programs, services, systems, or models of service delivery that make improved outcomes likely. This year grants of $25,000 will be provided, with preference given to programs for the underserved, as well as autistic-led organizations and initiatives. The deadline for letters of intent is August 1, 2021.

    Visit the NEXT for AUTISM website to review the Color the Spectrum Community Grants guidelines.

    • August 01, 2021
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    2017_rrca_logo_website_blueThe Road Runners Club of America (RRCA) is dedicated to supporting the growth of grassroots running clubs, training programs, and running events while promoting the common interests of runners throughout the United States. The Kids Run the Nation Grant Fund, an initiative of the RRCA, supports nonprofit organizations and schools in the U.S. that are interested in implementing or currently have a youth running program. Grants of $500 to $1,000 are provided to running clubs and other nonprofit organizations such as parent booster clubs, PTAs, etc. Elementary and middle schools that provide organized after-school running programs are also eligible to apply. Since the goal of the grant program is to have kids running at least once a week for multiple weeks, funded programs should offer more than just one-time events. The grant application deadline is August 1, 2021.

    Online application information is available on the RRCA website.

    • August 01, 2021
    • (EDT)

    W Family Foundation | Weyerhaeuser Family Foundation WebsiteThe Weyerhaeuser Family Foundation's Children's Initiative provides support to direct service programs throughout the United States that promote resilience, stability, and pyscho-social health for youth ages 14 to 21 who have been traumatized by Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Eligible programs must directly serve youth who have been significantly traumatized by ACEs, offer age-appropriate therapeutic interventions, provide services that go beyond crisis intervention, include a plan for evaluating program effectiveness, enhance the relationship between the child and at least one significant adult, be a new program or a new therapeutic component to an existing program, and use trauma informed practices. The average grant size is $30,000 or less. The deadline for Stage One Applications is March 1, 2021; invited Stage Two Applications will be due by August 1, 2021. Visit the Foundation's website to learn more about the funding guidelines and application process.

    Click Here for More Information

    • August 01, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Every day, service members, veterans, and their families rise to the challenge of maintaining a healthy lifestyle while facing the unique trials that come with having dedicated their lives in service to our nation. These families often face long deployments and separation, and many must cope with the long-term effects associated with service.

    Newman's Own, Fisher House Foundation, and Military Times join together in presenting $200,000 in grants to the most creative military quality of life improvement plans. Complete the online application and tell us about your innovative idea to improve the quality of life for military families, and your organization could be awarded up to $50,000 in funding. 

    Applications open February 22, 2021.

    Click Here for More Information


    • August 01, 2021
    • (EDT)

    The McDowell FoundationThe Barbara McDowell and Gerald S. Hartman Foundation aims to improve the economic well-being and social conditions of disadvantaged persons and groups in the United States by supporting nonprofit organizations that undertake systemic litigation. The Foundation provides grants for social justice litigation designed to have systemic impact in a wide range of areas, including access to benefits, children's rights, disability rights, discrimination, domestic violence, healthcare, homelessness, housing, Native American rights, prisoners' rights, refugee and immigrant rights, voting rights, and veterans' rights. The Foundation seeks to award grants for systemic type cases that will have an impact on a specific area of the law or a legal issue through the establishment of a legal precedent. The grant application must be for a specific case. Grants will be awarded for a currently active case or a case that will be filed with reasonable certainty within 60 days of the date the grant application is submitted. The Foundation does not support cases where the relief sought is for an individual except if it would involve an important legal precedent addressing a systemic issue. The Foundation does not support criminal cases where an individual is charged with a crime or the filing of an amicus brief. Grants are not provided for general operating support. Applications will be accepted through August 1, 2021.

    Visit the "Grant Applications" section of the Foundation's website to review the funding guidelines.

    • August 06, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Home | Foundation for Physical Therapy ResearchGrant to a USA individual or group of researchers affiliated with qualifying institutions for studies related to physical therapy implementation for elderly patients. Preference is given to protecting at-risk and marginalized populations. Grant proposals should seek to directly promote the health, safety, and overall well-being of all older adults.

    The Geriatric Research Grant is to be awarded for research in methods to facilitate the aging-in-place for older adults in a supportive community setting utilizing novel and innovative approaches for access to physical therapist services and care. Proposals should reflect the current scientific evidence as well as the Research Agenda of the American Physical Therapy Association.

    The grant is to be awarded to an Emerging Investigator for research focused on the development of feasible, effective, and sustainable interventions to be implemented in older adults (> 75 years of age or 65-70 if justified) with multiple, chronic health conditions to address issues with mobility.

    Funds may be requested to meet any type of expense reasonably associated with the research project, including salaries and fringe benefits, purchase or rental of equipment, supplies, travel, publication costs, printing or postage, and special services such as computer time, photographic services, and secretarial or research assistant support.


    Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

    Apply online

    For content questions and guidance, please contact lizjackson@foundation4pt.org.

    For any technical assistance in using the submission site, please contact foundation4pt@aibs.org.

    • August 15, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Image result for dew foundation logoThe DEW Foundation, formerly the Dale and Edna Walsh Foundation, joins hands with effective nonprofit organizations to meet human need and promote the common good worldwide.


    The Foundation's areas of interest include:

    • health;
    • community and social services, including youth and family services;
    • relief organizations;
    • education;
    • arts and culture; and,
    • Christian ministries.

    The Foundation is guided by Christian teachings in deciding right and wrong, good and better, but is not limited to supporting only religious-based organizations.

    Grassroots organizations supporting nonpartisan issues may be considered.

    Organizations must be located in the continental United States, but may serve populations worldwide.

    Types of support include:

    • general support;
    • project support; and,
    • capital support.

    Grants are not made to/for:

    • normal church operations;
    • individuals;
    • culturally liberal activist causes or to organizations that primarily seek to influence legislation or government spending; or,
    • political parties or associated political organizations.

    Note: Projects with which Foundation board members are personally familiar normally receive priority.

    Click here for more information

    • August 17, 2021
    • (EDT)

    National Endowment for the Arts - WikipediaOur Town is a creative placemaking grants program that supports projects that integrate arts, culture, and design activities into efforts to strengthen communities by advancing local economic, physical, or social outcomes. Successful projects will ultimately lay the groundwork for systems changes that sustain the integration of arts, culture, and design into local strategies for strengthening communities. These projects require a partnership between a nonprofit organization and a local government entity, with one of the partners being a cultural organization. Applications are due to grants.gov by August 5, 2021, and to the NEA applicant portal by August 17, 2021.

    More Information 

    • August 27, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Oregon Transfer Pathways to the Liberal Arts Planning Grant Awarded to The Alliance by The Teagle Foundation – Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges and UniversitiesThe Transfer Pathways to the Liberal Arts initiative, sponsored by the Teagle Foundation and the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, will support partnerships between public two-year and private four-year colleges to facilitate transfer and completion of the baccalaureate in the liberal arts. This grant program aims to bring the lifelong benefits of a liberal arts education to students who historically have been excluded from higher education—including low-income students, first-generation students, students of color, and immigrant students—who depend on community college as their gateway to higher education. Grants of up to $25,000 for planning and up to $350,000 for implementation will be considered. Priority will be given to projects that involve multiple four-year independent colleges coming together with community college partners to develop statewide, regional, or consortial approaches to promote transfer in the liberal arts. The deadlines for concept papers are December 1, 2020, and March 1 and August 27, 2021. The request for proposals may be downloaded from the Teagle Foundation's website.

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    • August 30, 2021
    • (EDT)

    sony logo | Logospike.com: Famous and Free Vector Logos | Samsung, SonyThe mission of CREATE ACTION is to amplify the efforts of local nonprofit organizations throughout the United States through funding, storytelling, and collaboration with Sony. CREATE ACTION grants are designed to support organizations committed to serving their local communities in areas such as STEAM/academic enrichment, workforce development, and nonprofit services for underserved and under-represented groups. One CREATE ACTION grant will be awarded each month from June 2021 through March 2022. Selected organizations will receive a grant of $50,000, Sony Electronics products, and a custom-created promotional film, as well as other opportunities for collaboration, partnership, and marketing support. The first three application deadlines are June 30, July 29, and August 30, 2021.

    Grant guidelines and online application information are available on the CREATE ACTION website.

    • August 31, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Image itemNext Gen South supports programs addressing addiction within local community including, but not limited to, treatment services, addiction prevention and education, mental health services, and to support families who have experienced addiction. All applications that meet Next Gen South’s guidelines are thoroughly reviewed by the committee. Because Next Gen South receives more grant requests than it is able to support, nonprofit organizations are encouraged to seek funding from multiple sources for a particular program or project.

    The Next Generation - Southern Delaware is accepting applications for its 2021 competitive grant cycle. 

    Next Gen South is currently raising money to support programs for addiction, substance abuse, and family services and programs including, but not limited to, treatment services, addiction prevention and education, mental health services, and organizations supporting families touched by addiction. The merits and execution of each program will determine grant selection. The application period now closes August 31th, 2021.

    Established in 2012, Next Gen South is currently focused on addiction, substance abuse and family services and programs.

    Next Gen South involves young professionals in philanthropic work to benefit Kent and Sussex County.

    Since inception, Next Gen South has awarded $76,000 in grants. Next Gen South raises money through several events, including the annual Chowdown for Charity.

    Grants support programs addressing addiction, substance abuse, and family services and programs including, but not limited to, treatment services, addiction prevention and education, mental health services, and organizations supporting families touched by addiction.

    Application now open. 

    Deadline Aug. 31, 5 p.m.

    Click here for a Sample Application

    (for reference only – must apply online)

    Click here for Next Gen South Grants Guidelines

    For details on Next Gen South’s grant qualifications, selection process, and to apply, click the link below:

    https://www.delcf.org/grants/ -- Delaware Community Foundation

    What Next Gen does not support. . .

    • Endowment.
    • Debt reduction.
    • Religious organizations for sectarian purposes.
    • Annual fundraising campaigns or general operating expenses.
    • Projects completed before the date of grant approval by the Next Gen South membership
    • Sports clubs or leagues.
    • Individuals.

    For more information, please contact Sarah Grunewald, vice president for community impact at the DCF, at 302.504.5267.



    • September 01, 2021
    • (EDT)

    The Emergent Fund was established immediately after the 2016 election to help move quick resources with no strings attached to communities that were and continue to be under attack by federal policies and priorities – immigrants, women, Muslim and Arab-American communities, Black people, LGBTQ communities, and all people of color.

    The Fund focuses on grassroots organizing and power building in communities of color who are facing injustice based on racial, ethnic, religious, and other forms of discrimination. The Fund provides resources to defend against the ongoing crisis, and to develop innovative strategies to transform our country.

    The Fund supports the following two types of efforts:

    • efforts that support emergent strategies that help communities respond to rapidly changing conditions, including resisting new or amplified threats and building power to move a proactive agenda; and,
    • efforts seeking long-term social justice and economic justice in a political and social climate that seeks to dismantle such efforts. 

    Click here for more information

    • September 01, 2021
    • (EDT)

    The American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) Relief Fund provides support and temporary financial assistance to members who are in need. AGMA contracts with The Actors Fund to administer this program nationally as well as to provide comprehensive social services.

    The AGMA Relief Fund is a not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) charitable organization, administered by The Actors Fund.

    Any AGMA member in good standing is entitled and encouraged to apply for financial assistance through the AGMA Relief Fund. Grants are awarded on a case-by-case basis, based on need.

    AGMA is aware of the major effects resonating in the performance sector regarding the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. We are deeply saddened that it is resulting in loss of work and moneys due to theatre closures and travel restrictions. We know that many of our artists, especially soloists, travel extensively and have been affected by this crisis.

    For additional information please contact The Actors Fund at 212.221.7300 or contact the closest regional office.

    Contact Regional Office in New York City
    Phone: 917.281.5919
    Email: intakeny@actorsfund.org

    Click here for more information


    • September 01, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Created in 1993 to further the Foundation for Contemporary Arts (FCA) mission to encourage, sponsor, and promote work of a contemporary, experimental nature, Emergency Grants provide urgent funding for visual and performing artists who:

    • Have sudden, unanticipated opportunities to present their work to the public when there is insufficient time to seek other sources of funding
    • Incur unexpected or unbudgeted expenses for projects close to completion with committed exhibition or performance dates

    Emergency Grants is the only active, multi-disciplinary program that offers immediate assistance of this kind to artists living and working anywhere in the United States, for projects occurring in the U.S. and abroad.

    Each month FCA receives an average of 95 Emergency Grant applications and makes approximately 12-15 grants. Grants range in amount from $500 to $2,500, and the average grant is now $1,600.

    We recommend that artists review all of our eligibility guidelines and FAQs before applying. You may also complete our Eligibility Questionnaire, but please note that the questionnaire is not a substitute for a thorough review of program guidelines.

     Click here for more information.   

    • September 01, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Musicians FoundationMusicians Foundation is the country’s oldest independent nonprofit organization dedicated to providing financial assistance to musicians and their families in times of need, crisis or transition.   

    All professional musicians, regardless of their genre or instrument, can apply for themselves or a family member if they meet the qualifications listed below. Applications may also (but not additionally) be submitted by a friend or family member on behalf of a musician in need.

    Musicians Foundation gives grants for medical and dental bills, living expenses, and other essentials in cases of emergency. This is not a COVID-19 assistance or unemployment grant. To qualify, you must be applying for reasons other than lost or cancelled work.

    • Make sure you are eligible. All applicants must meet the following qualifications:
      1.  Must be a musician in a time of serious needdue to personal, medical, dental, or family crisis, natural disaster, or other emergency situation.
      2. Have worked as a professional musician for five (5) or more years in the United States. We define “professional musician” as someone whose primary source of income was or is derived from work as a performer, composer/arranger, or music educator.
      3. Have tax documents (1040 listing occupation as any type of musician or music educator OR Schedule C listing any type of musician or music educator status) to prove professional experience as a musician or music educator.

      You must be applying due to an unexpected hardship
       (NOT only due to unemployment or loss of work). For example, if you request a grant to help pay rent because you have an expensive medical bill, that would be a qualifying situation. OR, If you request a grant to help pay for dental surgery that forced you to stop playing or cancel musical work, that would be a qualifying situation. If you are applying solely due to loss of work caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, you are not eligible for a grant.
    • Next, complete the Pre-Application HERE or use the button below*. Signing up and creating an account is easy.
    • After completing the Pre-Application, you will receive updates from Musicians Foundation regarding your application status. If you are fully eligible and qualified, the final part of the application for aid will be sent to you within a few days.

    *If you cannot use a computer to complete the Pre-Application, please call Musicians Foundation at (212) 239-9138.

    Please note:

    • All grants are sent as vendorized checks in order to provide immediate assistance. For example, if you receive an aid grant to pay for a medical bill, you will receive a check made out to the medical professional or institution directly from Musicians Foundation. You will be responsible for delivering the check to the biller.  Musicians Foundation does not write checks directly to musicians.
    • Musicians Foundation aid grants typically range in amount from approximately $500-$3000.
    • We do not give grants for scholarships, loans, or private unemployment benefits. We do not pay credit card bills.
    • If necessary, applications may be filled out by friends or family of the musician in need. We also aid musicians who need assistance supporting their family members in times of emergency.
    • If you have received a Musicians Foundation grant (not including the COVID-19 relief grant) two years in a row, you must wait two years before reapplying. Due to the high demand for our grants, we are only able to provide grants to eligible musicians in two-consecutive-year periods.

    For further questions regarding the application process or eligibility, please email applications@musiciansfoundation.org or call (212) 239-9138.

    • September 01, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Restaurant Workers’ Community Foundation is an advocacy and action nonprofit created by and for restaurant workers. We are a community dedicated to making the restaurant industry more hospitable to everyone.

    Restaurant Workers Community Foundation was founded in 2018 to advocate for gender equality, racial justice, fair wages, and healthy work environments in the restaurant industry. In the wake of the coronavirus / COVID-19 pandemic, RWCF’s full focus is on supporting workers, small business owners, and an industry in crisis.

    Restaurant workers make up 10 percent of America’s workforce, and they are among the country's most vulnerable populations. More than 2.45 million restaurant workers live in poverty, and only 14 percent receive employer-sponsored health benefits.

    As restaurants across the country cut hours, suspend business, and close for good, many restaurant workers will be faced with long-term loss of income. For months to come, they will need help accessing government benefits and mental health services, paying their rent, and feeding their families.

    RWCF has established a Restaurant Workers COVID19 Crisis Relief Fund to:

    Immediately direct money to organizations leading on-the-ground efforts in the restaurant community.

    To bolster our impact investing budget to provide zero-interest loans to businesses to maintain payroll during closure or re-open once this crisis has passed.

    To establish a relief fund for individual workers facing economic hardships or health crises as a direct result of COVID-19.

    “Up until now, RWCF has been relatively light on direct pleas for donations, and that was for a reason. We wanted to build a history of successful work before asking people to trust us with their charitable dollars,” said John deBary, RWCF co-founder and board president. “The coronavirus crisis has upended that strategy—we need to start working to help the most vulnerable among us NOW.”

    RESOURCES for RESTAURANTS and WORKERS: RWCF is compiling an extensive list of resources and links related to the COVID-19 Crisis on its website, and, soon, we will collect data (qualitative and quantitative) from affected workers and restaurant owners so that we can work with local and national leaders to address the systemic issues the COVID19 pandemic has exposed.

    Click here for more information. 

    • September 01, 2021
    • (EDT)

    sagfoundationCOVID-19 DISASTER FUND for SAG-AFTRA Members

    IF YOU NEED HELP, ASK.

    The SAG-AFTRA Foundation has created the COVID-19 Disaster Fund that is now available to eligible SAG-AFTRA members who have been impacted by this pandemic.

    All applications for Emergency Financial Assistance will go to the COVID-19 Disaster Fund. We’ve streamlined our assistance programs into this one fund to expedite resources and services.

    SAG-AFTRA members are eligible to apply to the Fund if they are currently active and paid up on their dues through October 2019.

    The Fund covers members who are in an emergency financial crisis related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) to cover basic expenses such as rent, mortgage, utilities, medical bills and other essential needs.

    The Actors Fund will assist by administering these resources on the ground. All applications are confidential and anonymous. We are already receiving hundreds of requests. Please be patient. We are working as quickly as we can to respond to all applications.

    Other Disaster Resources Available

    HOW TO APPLY.

    Please note: You must review all eligibility criteria, collect your necessary documentation and confirm that you have done so before starting to fill out our online form. Applications without proper documentation will not be processed and you will not be notified.

    • Eligibility Requirements for COVID-19 Disaster Fund for SAG-AFTRA members
    • Please note: Suspended Payment, Terminated, and Fee-Paying-Non-Member (Ficore) are NOT ELIGIBLE to receive assistance from the SAG-AFTRA Foundation.
    • Copy of your current membership card or confirmation by Union membership department – including end date (your membership must be current through October 2019)
    • Most recent bank statement (not printout from ATM)
    • Current lease or mortgage/maintenance

    Click here for more information. 


    • September 01, 2021
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    Image result for the actors fund logoThe Actors Fund is a national human services organization here to meet the needs of our entertainment community with a unique understanding of the challenges involved in a life in the arts. Services include emergency financial assistance, affordable housing, health care and insurance counseling, senior care, secondary career development and more.

    To help our community manage during this public health crisis The Actors Fund has partnered with several industry organizations to provide emergency financial assistance to those who have immediate financial needs. To respond to you as quickly as possible we have transitioned to an online application process. Please know that we are experiencing an extremely high volume of requests and ask for your patience during this time.

    Emergency financial assistance is available for people who are unable to pay their basic living expenses (food/housing/health care) over the next two months. We ask that if you have the resources to cover that period, please wait to apply. These are unprecedented times and we all must steward our resources very carefully.

    Before starting to fill out our online application, you must review the eligibility criteria and be prepared to upload all required documentation. Applications without proper documentation will not be processed and you will not be notified.

    Checklist of required documents for SAG-AFTRA, AEA Curtin Up Fund, AGMA Relief Fund, IATSE Local 798, Musician Union Local 802:

    • Copy of your current membership card or confirmation by union membership department—including end date. You must be a paid up member to be eligible.
    • Most recent bank statement (not printout from ATM)
    • Current lease or mortgage/maintenance
    • Local 802 members must provide proof of work cancellation
    • Please note: Suspended Payment, Terminated, and Fee-Paying-Non-Member (Ficore) are NOT ELIGIBLE to receive assistance from SAG-AFTRA.
    • Checklist of required documents for Jujamcyn Theatre Assistance Funds:
    • Proof that you are current employee of the Jujamcyn Theatre and have been an employee for six months
    • Most recent bank statement (not printout from ATM)
    • Current lease or mortgage/maintenance

    Eligibility requirements for Actors Fund Emergency Financial Assistance:

    • Current financial need (inability to pay next month’s bills)
    • A minimum of five years of recent entertainment industry employment with earnings of at least $6,500 for three out of the last five years OR a minimum of 20 years of industry employment with a minimum of 10 years of earnings of at least $5,000
    • Eligibility requirements for dancers—three years of recent dance earnings of at least $2,000 a year

    Checklist of required documents for Actors Fund Emergency Financial Assistance:

    • Documentation of industry earnings
    • Union earning printouts from Pension and Welfare Departments OR
    • Contracts, pay stubs OR
    • W-2, 1099 forms for professional work only
    • Most recent bank statement (not printout from ATM)
    • Current lease or mortgage/maintenance
    • You should prepare your documents prior to filling out the online application. You will be required to upload your documents at the end of the online application.
    • If your documents are not already available electronically, here are some suggested steps to create an electronic file for your paper documents.
    • Search your app store for Evernote Scannable. This is a free app. There are numerous apps that are available to create electronic files for your paper documents; please use what works for you.
    • Download Evernote Scannable to your phone.
    • When you are ready, open the app and scan documents. You can scan all of the documents one by one into one file. This will create a PDF of your files.

    You will need to create one file for each of these categories:

    • 1 file for documentation of industry earnings (if applying for Actors Fund assistance)
    • 1 file for last month’s bank statement
    • 1 file for current lease or mortgage/maintenance
    • 1 file for union card(s) if applicable

    Please know it is taking up to two weeks to process an application.

    Click here for more information.

    • September 01, 2021
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    The novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has created unprecedented challenges for health and hunger relief organizations. The Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation is activating $1.25 million in emergency funding to support organizations on the frontlines of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) response. Emergency grants from the Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation are meant to provide flexible funding for organizations so they can apply for the support they need.

    Applicants must be a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Please refer to our FAQ or reach out to foundation@dunkinbrands.com for any questions.

    • September 01, 2021
    • (EDT)

     Peace First is launching a rapid response grant process to help young people around the world lead projects that address community impacts of COVID-19, from providing meals to elderly neighbors to launching digital mental health campaigns to support youth feeling isolated. Rapid response grants are open to young people between the ages of 13-25, anywhere in the world, starting today. Learn more and apply here: https://forms.gle/JjxcPdUHMTpCcttR7


    Click here for more information. 

    • September 03, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Kent Richard Hofmann Foundation | HomeThe Kent Richard Hofmann Foundation is dedicated to the fight against HIV and AIDS. Grant requests from throughout the United States are considered, with particular interest in smaller communities and rural areas. The Foundation supports community-based nonprofit organizations that focus on HIV/AIDS care and direct services, education, or research. Grants are provided to developing or established programs, with emphasis on those that provide direct benefit to clients or target audiences. Requests are reviewed two times per year. The upcoming deadline for letters of inquiry is August 6, 2021; invited grant applications will be due September 3, 2021.

    Visit the Foundation's website to submit an online letter of inquiry.

    • September 15, 2021
    • (EDT)

    THE PRESSER FOUNDATIONThe Trustees of The Presser Foundation created the Special Projects Committee in 1998 to consider requests for grants for innovative and special projects in music. The Grant Guidelines were re-established in 2019 in order to clarify the nature of what is truly special versus normal operations or programming of grantee organizations. Grants are typically between $5,000 and $30,000 annually (grant contribution not to exceed 50% of Special Project’s budget). Special Project grants will be given to music organizations for:

    • Pilot programs and first-time collaborations between existing music organizations and other artistic organizations (the music organization must be the applicant and grant recipient);
    • Significant anniversary celebrations of an organization and not of organizational personnel (must be a quarter century milestone – 25, 50, 75 years, etc.);
    • Initial grant funding for newly established music organizations (within 3 years); and
    • Efforts that the Trustees of the Foundation may encourage or initiate through a request for proposals to the field or to specific organizations (consistent with the Foundation’s Conflict of Interest Policy).

    The Trustees look to fund innovative ideas that advance the love of music in new ways and/or to new communities. Activities that are a regular part of an organization’s operation including annual festivals or other events, and/or larger than normal music productions or programming considered standard repertoire will not be considered for special project funding. Multi-year requests will be considered and should be submitted for projects that are greater than a year in duration. Second grants for subsequent years of a project will not be considered.

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    • September 24, 2021
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    Park FoundationThe Park Foundation is dedicated to the support of education, quality media, and the protection of the environment. The Foundation's national grantmaking addresses the following program interests: In the Media category, support is provided for public interest media that raises awareness of critical environmental, political, and social issues to promote a better-informed citizenry in the United States. The Environment category considers efforts that work to ensure that the country's drinking water is clean, affordable, and accessible and is protected and managed as a public necessity. The Animal Welfare category focuses on nationally significant programs to ensure the humane treatment of domestic animals and the protection of endangered wildlife and wildlife in captivity. Letters of inquiry are accepted throughout the year and full proposals are reviewed quarterly. The remaining proposal deadlines for 2021 are July 9 and September 24.

    Visit the Foundation's website for application guidelines and forms.

    • September 30, 2021
    • (EDT)

    Chronus Launches Toolkit Aiding Organizations in Promoting Mentoring ProgramsChronus is offering grants up to $7,500 and in-kind support to nonprofit organizations. The purpose of this program is to support a mentoring program in an organization that is working towards racial equity. In addition to funding, the grantee will receive software and standard customer success services for a mentoring program supporting up to 500 program participants (aka mentors/mentees) concurrently.

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    • October 15, 2021
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    Our communities are stronger when we invest in each other. That’s why the Santander Bank, N.A. Charitable Contributions Program donates to charitable organizations in the neighborhoods where our customers and colleagues live and work. We partner with organizations to strengthen low- and moderate-income (LMI) and other underserved communities within our footprint through equity investments, philanthropy, and employee engagement.

    In 2017, Santander Bank N.A. released the Inclusive Communities Plan (ICP), an outline of our commitment to promoting local economic development through small business growth and increasing local economic and financial inclusion through 2021.

    Under the ICP, our grantmaking will facilitate partnerships with organizations to focus on the Bank’s primary philanthropic areas of focus:

    Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI Initiative) – Operating support to increase lending capital or the ability to leverage additional sources of equity or program support to promote impactful programming that meets local community needs.

    Economic and Workforce Development – Operating or program support to create, retain, and improve access to jobs and workforce development programs for LMI individuals; business planning and technical assistance services for LMI immigrant, minority, and women-owned small businesses; and loans to LMI-owned businesses and LMI entrepreneurs for early stage start-ups and growing small businesses.

    Affordable Housing – Operating or program support to create and preserve affordable housing, including multi-family rental and single-family homeownership projects; provide homebuyer education, post-purchase, and pre-foreclosure counseling; and to protect LMI tenants through policy change, organizing, and advocacy.

    Financial Education & Inclusion – Operating or program support to promote prosperity for LMI families and neighborhoods through education and literacy programs addressing a range of budgeting and financial basics, including banking, credit and loans, and identity theft.

    Grant Types & Guidelines

    General grants are competitive and open to eligible nonprofit 501(c)3 organizations. Average grant size is $30,000. Grants range from $10,000 to $100,000 and have a one-year term. Some organizations with a demonstrated record of success and a high level of employee engagement with the Bank may be invited to apply for larger grants and/or receive a grant with a multi-year term.


    Funding Exclusions

    • Grants to individuals
    • Capital campaigns
    • Programs with political, sectarian, or religious purposes
    • Pageants, team sponsorships, or sporting events
    • Organizations traditionally supported by parents (e.g., Little League, Parent Teacher Organizations, Scouting)
    • Advertising in programs, bulletins, schedules, maps, yearbooks, book covers, or brochures
    • Trips and tours, including transportation costs
    • ”Walk–a–thons” or similar fundraising events
    • Programs serving residents in areas outside our footprint
    • Organizations that discriminate on the basis of race, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, color, disability, handicap, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, marital status, family status, veteran status, citizenship, genetic information, ancestry, or any other basis prohibited by law


    Applying for a Grant

    Applications are accepted from January 1st through October 15th and are reviewed on a rolling basis.

    Start a grant application

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    • November 10, 2021
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    The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation provides support to community-based nonprofit organizations throughout the United States for whom a small amount of money can make a big difference.

    The Foundation will consider requests to support the following:

    • museums;
    • cultural and performing arts programs;
    • schools;
    • hospitals;
    • environmental and wildlife protection activities;
    • educational and skills training projects;
    • programs for youth, seniors, and the handicapped; and,
    • other community-based programming.

    Types of support include support for specific projects or activities and general operating support.

    The Foundation does not provide grants to individuals.

    Requests received between November 11th (12:00am EST) and May 10th (11:59pm EST) are considered for funding during the Fall Award Round.

    Requests received between May 11th (12:00am EST) and November 10th (11:59pm EST) are considered for funding during our Spring Award Round.

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    • December 31, 2021
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    Kalliopeia FoundationThe Kalliopeia Foundation supports, connects, and lifts up extraordinary projects and leaders who are modeling powerful ways to reconnect ecology, culture, and spirituality and are rooted in reverent connection to a sacred, living Earth.

    The Foundation's focus is on organizations that engage with contemporary issues at their root, with the understanding that ecological, cultural, and spiritual renewal are interdependent.

    The Foundation's work strives to embody the following core principles:

    • Life Is Sacred: Honoring all life as sacred and expressing reverence for one another, the Earth, and life as a whole.
    • Interconnectedness: Approaching ecology, culture, and spirituality as inextricably interdependent.
    • Innovation: Generating creative ideas and outcomes through simple, meaningful engagement with others and the Earth.
    • Service: Embracing an ethic of care—the essential and natural aspiration to respond to needs beyond our own.

    Priority is given to organizations and projects that:

    • are U.S.-based;
    • have leadership that is both visionary and grounded;
    • foster leadership in others, especially among younger generations and across generations;
    • are well-managed, with clear results; and,
    • use communications to connect and inspire beyond a single community.

    The Foundation seeks out and supports projects of different sizes and scope, with particular emphasis on leadership, capacity, and field-building. 

    Native-led cultural and language revitalization projects are of special interest.

    Both general operating support and project support grants are provided, depending on the particular need. 

    Grants are generally not provided to organizations or projects:

    • that focus singularly on either ecological, spiritual, or cultural renewal without expression of their interconnection; or,
    • whose impact and story don’t translate beyond a niche audience: e.g., academia, specific religious communities.


    Application Procedure:

    Proposals are accepted by invitation only. Organizations that feel their work is strongly aligned with the Foundation's mission may send a brief email describing their work to grants@kalliopeia.org.

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    • December 31, 2021
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    The Justin J. Watt Foundation is dedicated to providing after-school opportunities for middle school-aged children throughout the U.S. to become involved in athletics so that they may learn the character traits of accountability, teamwork, leadership, work ethic, and perseverance, while in a safe and supervised environment with their peers.

    Grants are provided to schools that have:

    • a planned/established after-school sports program for kids in 6th – 8th grades;
    • over 60% of students eligible for Free/Reduced Lunch program;
    • outdated, worn-out uniforms and vital equipment that need to be replaced and will be reused year after year;
    • a secure place to store uniforms and equipment; and,
    • staff, transportation, and space for the after-school program.

    Submissions are taken year round, with a monthly deadline on the 15th. 

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    The grant listing is from a THIRD PARTY source.
    Note that Philanthropy Delaware does not give grants or accept grant proposals. Please use the links provided within the grant description for any questions regarding each grant.


    • December 31, 2021
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    Image result for M&T Bank logoM&T Bank is a Philanthropy Delaware Member

    The M&T Charitable Foundation strives to strengthen our communities by providing support for a diverse range of civic, cultural, health and human service organizations through grants, employee volunteerism and in-kind services.

    Our Mission- A Responsibility as a Corporate Citizen

    Healthy communities are the foundation of successful businesses. The M&T Charitable Foundation works in partnership with non-profit organizations that focus on improving the quality of life for our customers, employees and neighbors. Our decisions are made locally, by the people who know their communities best.

    ​​A Foundation for Giving

    The M&T Charitable Foundation offers financial support and resources to many types of organizations, including, but not limited to, those that support:

    • Arts/Culture
    • Civic Affairs
    • Health Care
    • Human Services
    • Education

    Charitable Contributions Guidelines

    All requests received by The M&T Charitable Foundation are reviewed in monthly meetings by local Charitable Contributions Committees.

    In general, The M&T Charitable Foundation does not make grants to:

    • ​Individuals
    • Organizations that lack the 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status
    • Political organizations, candidates or lobbying efforts
    • Fraternal organizations
    • Sports teams
    • National or international organizations, unless their programs have significant local impact​

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    • December 31, 2021
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    Quiet Resorts Charitable Foundation DelawareGrants to Delaware community service and nonprofit organizations for activities that benefit residents in eligible regions. Funding is intended to support programs and projects that enhance social services, improve local neighborhoods, and further educational efforts within the Bethany-Fenwick Area and, for some grants, throughout the Southeastern Sussex County.

    QRCF offers two grant options, mini grants and full grants.

    Formed in 2001 by the Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce, the Quiet Resorts Charitable Foundation (QRCF) manages and distributes funds to qualified organizations serving the local community. The QRCF Board is comprised of a diverse group of experienced local citizens committed to making a difference in the community. 

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    • December 31, 2021
    • (EST)

    The Home Depot (homedepot) | Official Pinterest accountThe Home Depot Foundation's Community Impact Grants Program provides support to nonprofit organizations and public service agencies in the U.S. that are using the power of volunteers to improve their communities. The Program focuses on support for organizations that serve veterans in local communities, as well as organizations that serve vulnerable and underserved communities. Grants of up to $5,000 are made in the form of The Home Depot gift cards for the purchase of tools, materials, or services. Requests will be accepted on a rolling basis through December 31, 2021. Visit the Foundation's website to submit an online application.

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    • December 31, 2021
    • (EST)

    Donate to Can'd AidThe Can'd Aid Crush it Crusade offers support to help get community recycling programs off the ground throughout the United States. Crush it Crusade grants provide recycling bins, training on how to launch and manage a recycling program, and seed funding, typically ranging from $5,000 to $7,000. Support is provided to organizations at all stages of development, launch, and improvement. Seed funding can be used for staff and volunteer training as well as various supplies needed to get a recycling program started. Applications may be submitted at any time.

    Visit the Can'd Aid Crush it Crusade website to review the FAQs before applying.


    • December 31, 2021
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    FAIC-LOGO-LOCKUP-01The American Institute for Conservation and the Foundation for Advancement in Conservation work together to promote the preservation and protection of cultural heritage

    FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES 

    Watch the past Scholarships & Grants Info Session webinar to hear some tips for applying.

    Professional Development Grants & Scholarships

    Fourteen funding categories support projects that promote educational opportunities for conservation professionals throughout their career. Apply for support to attend workshops and conferences, both domestically and abroad.

    Conservation Grants

    FAIC/Tru Vue Conservation and Exhibition Grants support projects in glazing applications for preservation and exhibition of museum and library collections.

    Outreach Grants

    Lecture Grants and Community Partnership Project Grants support individuals and organizations conducting activities that reach a wider public and help institutions conserve their collections.

    Publication Grants

    FAIC/Samuel H. Kress Conservation Publication Fellowships fund the creation of manuscripts that improve the quality and quantity of publications in the field of conservation.

    Remote Internships

    The FAIC/NCPTT Writing Remote Internship and FAIC/NCPTT Architectural Rendering Remote Internship provide opportunities for currently enrolled or recently graduated students to gain experience and contribute to exciting projects in the field.

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    • January 01, 2022
    • (EST)

    The BoatUS Foundation LogoThe goal of the BoatU.S. Foundation is to be a leader in boating safety and environmental education and outreach, with the purpose of reducing accidents and fatalities, increasing stewardship of the nation's waterways, and keeping boating a safe, accessible, and enjoyable pastime. The Foundation's Grassroots Grants Program supports local, regional, and national nonprofit organizations, as well as boating clubs, environmental organizations, and student groups, that develop innovative projects to promote safe and clean boating. Past topics have ranged from PSAs on the effects of boating under the influence to hands-on education about the effects of marine debris. Grants of up to $10,000 are provided. Letters of intent may be submitted throughout the year.

    Online application guidelines are available on the Foundation's website.

    • January 01, 2022
    • (EST)

    The Lisa LibrariesThe Lisa Libraries donates new children's books and small libraries to organizations that work with families in underserved areas throughout the United States. Support is provided to organizations in low-income or underserved areas that need a small library, need to rebuild or add to a library, or serve children who would benefit by being given new books to take home. Previously supported libraries include libraries at daycare centers, prison visiting areas for children of incarcerated parents, and after-school programs. Donation of books from The Lisa Libraries is free; however recipient organizations should cover the shipping and handling costs. Applications may be submitted at any time.

    Visit The Lisa Libraries website for information on how to apply for a donation.

    • February 01, 2022
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    Costly and Continuous Kars4Kids Ads Disguise Charity's Real Purpose | Charity Ratings | Donating Tips | Best Charities | CharityWatchKars4Kids is a national Jewish nonprofit organization that is dedicated to helping children develop into productive members of communities throughout the United States. The Kars4Kids Small Grant Program provides support to nonprofit organizations that are  working to make a difference in the areas of education, mentoring, and youth development. Grants generally range from $500 to $2,000. Online applications may be submitted throughout the year. Visit the Kars4Kids website to learn more about the Small Grant Program.

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Past Grant Deadlines

July 23, 2021 Community Navigator Pilot Program - Small Business Administration
July 19, 2021 National Alliance for Grieving Children: Grief Reach
July 19, 2021 Foundation for Opioid Response Efforts
July 16, 2021 ACT on Health Equity Community Solutions Challenge
July 16, 2021 Consumer Health Foundation
July 15, 2021 Humanities Collections and Reference Resources Program
July 15, 2021 American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation: Family Medicine Cares USA
July 15, 2021 United States-Japan Foundation: Pre-College Education
July 12, 2021 The Workers Lab: The Innovation Fund
July 07, 2021 WES Mariam Assefa Fund
July 06, 2021 The Assistance to High Energy Cost Communities Program
July 06, 2021 Department of Housing and Urban Development
July 02, 2021 ViiV Healthcare - Positive Action for Women
July 02, 2021 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation: Call for Proposals to Community-Based Archives
July 02, 2021 Morgan Stanley Alliance for Children's Mental Health Innovation Awards
July 01, 2021 Infinite Hero Foundation Grant Program
July 01, 2021 Big Lots Foundation
July 01, 2021 ViiV Healthcare: Positive Action Community Grants
July 01, 2021 Infinite Hero Foundation
June 30, 2021 A Community Thrives
June 30, 2021 Aaron Copland Fund for Music: Performance Program
June 28, 2021 Uncharted: Economic Inequality Initiative
June 28, 2021 The Transitional Living Program
June 28, 2021 JPMorgan Chase: AdvancingCities Challenge
June 25, 2021 Youth Service America: Lead Agency Program
June 25, 2021 The Center for Health, Environment and Justice: Small Grants Program
June 22, 2021 Lever for Change: Stronger Democracy Award
June 21, 2021 The Street Outreach Program
June 17, 2021 Alkermes Inspiration Grants
June 16, 2021 Health Equity Scholars for Action
June 15, 2021 Sussex County Health Coalition
June 15, 2021 Saucony Run for Good Foundation
June 15, 2021 D'Addario Foundation
June 14, 2021 Transforming America's Response to Elder Abuse
June 11, 2021 NWEA: Educators for Equity Grant Program
June 04, 2021 NewSchools Venture Fund: Racial Equity
June 03, 2021 The Herb Block Foundation: Encouraging Citizen Involvement
June 01, 2021 Borealis Philanthropy: Communities Transforming Policing Fund
June 01, 2021 Environmental Justice Collaborative Problem-Solving Cooperative Agreement Program
June 01, 2021 Shuttered Venue Operators Grant
June 01, 2021 The Conservation Alliance
May 21, 2021 ELCA Domestic Hunger Grants
May 21, 2021 Foundation for Improvement of Justice
May 07, 2021 Environmental Protection Agency
May 04, 2021 Older Adult Home Modification Program
May 03, 2021 The Food and Agriculture Service Learning Program
May 01, 2021 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: The Preventing Violence Affecting Young Lives program
April 30, 2021 Voya Unsung Heroes
April 30, 2021 Cedar Tree Foundation: Rooted in Justice
April 30, 2021 Power of Youth Challenge: Youth Leading Racial Healing
April 30, 2021 The J.M.K. Innovation Prize
April 30, 2021 Third Wave Fund: Own Our Power Fund
April 23, 2021 Landscape Conservation Catalyst Fund
April 23, 2021 Solidaire: Movement Infrastructure Fund
April 22, 2021 Newman's Own Awards Program
April 21, 2021 Prevent Cancer Foundation: Community Grants
April 16, 2021 Forest Service
April 15, 2021 National Fish and Wildlife Foundation: Acres for America
April 15, 2021 Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes
April 09, 2021 Education First: SEL in Action Awards
April 07, 2021 Riley's Way Foundation
April 01, 2021 The Amphion Foundation
March 31, 2021 Poetry Foundation: Emergency Grants Fund
March 31, 2021 Whole Kids Foundation: Garden Grant Program
March 30, 2021 Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation: Hillman Innovations in Care Program
March 24, 2021 Nature's Path: Gardens for Good
March 22, 2021 The Strategies to Support Children Exposed to Violence program
March 16, 2021 The Gus Schumacher Nutrition Incentive Program
March 16, 2021 Native Arts and Cultures Foundation
March 16, 2021 Native Arts and Cultures Foundation: LIFT– Early Career Support for Native Artists
March 16, 2021 Christopher & Dana Reeve Quality of Life Grant
March 12, 2021 Citizens’ Institute on Rural Design
March 05, 2021 Autism Speaks: Norma and Malcolm Baker Recreation Program
March 01, 2021 The Homeless Veterans' Reintegration Program
March 01, 2021 Blooming Prairie Foundation
March 01, 2021 National Dance Project: Production Grants
March 01, 2021 Delaware Division of the Arts (DDA) Grant Programs
February 28, 2021 The EDGE Grant Program
February 28, 2021 Disabled Veterans National Foundation: Capacity Building Grants
February 26, 2021 Solidaire: Black Liberation Pooled Fund
February 26, 2021 Visionary Freedom Fund
February 18, 2021 Dollar General Literacy Foundation
February 15, 2021 Henry Luce Foundation Theology Program
February 15, 2021 APF Trauma Psychology Grant
February 10, 2021 Shakespeare in American Communities
February 08, 2021 Section 319 Grants
February 02, 2021 Pathways Out of Poverty
February 01, 2021 New York Life Foundation: Aim High
January 31, 2021 Sky Ranch Foundation
January 31, 2021 Fund for Women Grant
January 31, 2021 Student Leaders 2021, Bank of America
January 29, 2021 The Laura Bush Foundation for America's Libraries
January 22, 2021 Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation Youth Grants
January 21, 2021 Fund for Teachers
January 15, 2021 COPIC Medical Foundation
January 14, 2021 The Preservation Assistance Grants for Smaller Institutions Program
January 11, 2021 JAMS Foundation/ACR Initiative for Students and Youth
January 01, 2021 Bob Barker Company Foundation
January 01, 2021 Incyte Cancer Care Assistance Fund
January 01, 2021 FCA Emergency Grants COVID-19 Fund
January 01, 2021 Farrell Family Foundation
January 01, 2021 The Coca-Cola Foundtion
January 01, 2021 Dorothea Haus Ross Foundation
January 01, 2021 Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF)
January 01, 2021 Draper Richards Foundation
January 01, 2021 Sarah Scaife Foundation, Inc.
January 01, 2021 The Awesome Foundation
January 01, 2021 Hoffman - La Roche Foundation
January 01, 2021 Arts and Cultureal Heritage Grants, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
January 01, 2021 Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
January 01, 2021 CS Fund and Warsh-Mott Legacy
January 01, 2021 Cabela's Outdoor Fund
January 01, 2021 The Calamus Foundation
January 01, 2021 Cameron Family Charitable Trust
January 01, 2021 C.A.N. Foundation
January 01, 2021 Harry Chapin Foundation
January 01, 2021 The Chatlos Foundation
January 01, 2021 Chef Ann Foundation
January 01, 2021 Clark Charitable Trust
January 01, 2021 Cordis Corporation Educational Grants Program
January 01, 2021 Costco Wholesale Corporate Contributions Program
January 01, 2021 The Nathan Cummings Foundation
January 01, 2021 DICK'S Sporting Goods Community Program
January 01, 2021 The Foundation for Global Sports Development
January 01, 2021 Jaquelin Hume Foundation
December 31, 2020 Indian Land Tenure Foundation
December 31, 2020 Groundswell Fund
December 31, 2020 Hanley Family Foundation
December 31, 2020 The Hearst Foundations
December 31, 2020 Foundation for Grieving Children
December 31, 2020 The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation: Fruit Tree 101
December 31, 2020 Gibson Foundation
December 31, 2020 Good360
December 31, 2020 Good Sports Equipment Grants
December 31, 2020 Good Works Institute
December 31, 2020 Michael and Susan Dell Foundation
December 31, 2020 Craig Newmark Philanthropies
December 31, 2020 Dorr Foundation
December 31, 2020 Cornell Douglas Foundation
December 31, 2020 eBay Foundation
December 31, 2020 El-Hibri Foundation
December 31, 2020 Classics for Kids Foundation
December 31, 2020 It Happened to Alexa Foundation
December 31, 2020 JAKKS Cares
December 31, 2020 Kars4Kids Small Grant Program
December 31, 2020 Kaufman Americana Foundation
December 31, 2020 Keep America Beautiful's Community Restoration and Resiliency Fund
December 31, 2020 LabCorp Corporate Contributions Program
December 31, 2020 Charles Lafitte Foundation
December 31, 2020 L'Aiglon Foundation
December 31, 2020 Lexmark Corporate Giving Program
December 31, 2020 Library of Congress: Teaching with Primary Sources Regional Program
December 31, 2020 The Lisa Libraries
December 31, 2020 Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation
December 31, 2020 ManpowerGroup Foundation
December 31, 2020 Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation
December 31, 2020 Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation
December 31, 2020 The Mayday Fund
December 31, 2020 The Evelyn F. McKnight Brain Research Foundation
December 31, 2020 Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation
December 31, 2020 The Milbank Foundation
December 31, 2020 LeRoy Neiman Foundation
December 31, 2020 New Visions Foundation
December 31, 2020 Henry E. Niles Foundation
December 31, 2020 Norman Foundation
December 31, 2020 Novartis Venture Funds
December 31, 2020 Open Philanthropy Project
December 31, 2020 Organic Valley Cooperative Giving Program
December 31, 2020 National Cristina Foundation
December 31, 2020 Navy SEAL Foundation
December 31, 2020 Patterson Foundation
December 31, 2020 Ploughshares Foundation
December 31, 2020 Porticus North America
December 31, 2020 Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People
December 31, 2020 Public Welfare Foundation
December 31, 2020 B.H. Breslauer Foundation
December 31, 2020 Build-A-Bear In-Kind Donations Program
December 31, 2020 Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation
December 31, 2020 BASF Corporation Corporate Donation Program
December 31, 2020 Stephen and Mary Birch Foundation
December 31, 2020 The American Kennel Club Humane Fund Women's Shelter Grant
December 31, 2020 American Radio Relay League Foundation Accepting Applications for the Amateur Radio Grant Program
December 31, 2020 The Armstrong Foundation
December 31, 2020 ACME Foundation, Grants for Youth & Education, Hunger, and Quality of Life
December 31, 2020 Albertsons Companies Foundation
December 31, 2020 Acorn Foundation
December 31, 2020 American Conservation Association
December 31, 2020 Empowerment Grant, Energize Delaware
December 31, 2020 PC Foundation
December 31, 2020 COVID-19 Financial Assistance Program, DoorDash
December 31, 2020 COVID-19 Response Fund, Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP)
December 31, 2020 Sweet Relief Musicians Fund
December 31, 2020 Passim Emergency Artist Relief Fund
December 31, 2020 Emergency Grants and Resources for Artists, CERF+
December 31, 2020 Financial and Addiction Recovery Assistance, Musicares
December 31, 2020 MLB-MLBPA Healthy Relationships Community Grant
December 31, 2020 Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Emergency Grant
December 31, 2020 The Randolph Foundation
December 31, 2020 Reader's Digest Partners for Sight Foundation
December 31, 2020 The Redwoods Group Foundation
December 31, 2020 Rescue Bank: Pet Food Distribution Program
December 31, 2020 Rockefeller Family Fund
December 31, 2020 David Rockefeller Fund
December 31, 2020 Arthur N. Rupe Foundation
December 31, 2020 Cheryl Saban Self-Worth Foundation for Women and Girls
December 31, 2020 Saxena Family Foundation
December 31, 2020 Sarah Scaife Foundation
December 31, 2020 Scotiabank Corporate Giving Program
December 31, 2020 Sempra Energy Community Involvement Program
December 31, 2020 The David and Linda Shaheen Foundation
December 31, 2020 Christopher D. Smithers Foundation
December 31, 2020 Smith Richardson Foundation
December 31, 2020 Southern Poverty Law Center: Teaching Tolerance Educator Grants
December 31, 2020 Southwest Airlines Charitable Giving Program
December 31, 2020 Special People in Need
December 31, 2020 Diana Davis Spencer Foundation
December 31, 2020 Dorothy Richard Starling Foundation
December 31, 2020 Stockman Family Foundation
December 31, 2020 Taco Bell Foundation
December 31, 2020 Lenore G. Tawney Foundation
December 31, 2020 The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation
December 31, 2020 Carl and Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation
December 31, 2020 Toyota USA Foundation
December 31, 2020 Urgent Action Fund for Women's Human Rights
December 31, 2020 Varian Medical Systems Foundation
December 31, 2020 Waitt Foundation
December 31, 2020 Edna Wardlaw Charitable Trust
December 31, 2020 Waste Management Charitable Giving Program
December 31, 2020 WellCare Community Giving Program
December 31, 2020 Winslow Foundation
December 31, 2020 Knight Foundation Accepting Applications for 'Governance, Norms and Values – Research on the Future Internet'
December 31, 2020 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Accepting Grant Applications From Artists in Need
December 31, 2020 Smith Richardson Foundation Accepting Applications for Domestic Public Policy Program
December 31, 2020 Craft Emergency Relief Fund Accepting Applications From Craftspeople in Need
December 31, 2020 VFW Accepting Applications From Veterans for Emergency Financial Assistance
December 31, 2020 A Little Hope Offering Youth Bereavement Support Services Grants
December 18, 2020 2021 YOUTH GARDEN GRANT
December 17, 2020 SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan
December 05, 2020 Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation: Stephen J. Brady Stop Hunger Scholarships
December 04, 2020 Research to Action: Assessing and Addressing Community Exposures to Environmental Contaminants
December 01, 2020 American Association of University Women: Community Action Grants
December 01, 2020 American Alliance of Museums: Museum Assessment Program
December 01, 2020 Academy of General Dentistry Foundation
December 01, 2020 Autism Welcome Here: Library Programs, Services and More Grant, Libraries and Autism
December 01, 2020 International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Foundation
November 30, 2020 BoatU.S. Foundation: Grassroots Grants Program
November 30, 2020 Planning Grants, DNREC, Division of Public Health, Delaware
November 23, 2020 Fit for Life Foundation Welcomes Proposals That Address Healthy Aging
November 16, 2020 The Upswing Fund for Adolescent Mental Health
November 15, 2020 Women’s Studio Workshop Invites Applications for Art-in-Education Artist Book Residency
November 15, 2020 Zonta Anchorage Accepting Applications for Amelia Earhart Fellowship
November 15, 2020 The Presser Foundation Advancement of Music
November 13, 2020 Build it with KaBOOM! Playground Grants
November 11, 2020 NewSchools Invent, New Schools Venture Fund
November 07, 2020 Asian Cultural Council Program
November 06, 2020 Delaware Community Foundation Capital Project Grants
November 06, 2020 Western Union Foundation
November 06, 2020 BrightFocus Foundation Invites Applications for Glaucoma Research
November 06, 2020 Lenfest Institute for Journalism Invites Applications for Facebook Journalism Project Community Network Grants
November 02, 2020 Performing Arts Japan (PAJ) Program
November 01, 2020 3M Community Grant
November 01, 2020 Under Armour: UA Freedom Initiative
November 01, 2020 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences: FilmWatch Grant
November 01, 2020 Catholic Campaign for Human Development Grant Programs
October 30, 2020 Quadratec Cares 'Energize The Environment' Grant Program
October 30, 2020 Borealis Philanthropy: Racial Equity in Journalism Fund
October 30, 2020 State Farm Good Neighbor Citizenship Company Grants Program
October 16, 2020 Environmental Protection Agency
October 15, 2020 Laura Jane Musser Fund: Intercultural Harmony Program
October 02, 2020 The Herb Block Foundation Defending Basic Freedoms Grant
October 01, 2020 Toshiba America Foundation Invites Applications for grades 6-12 Science and Math Projects
October 01, 2020 New Arts Education Initiative, GKV Foundation
October 01, 2020 Constellation Seeks Applications for E2 Energy to Education Grants
October 01, 2020 Toshiba America Foundation Invites Applications for K-5 Science and Math Projects
October 01, 2020 Academy of Country Music: ACM Lifting Lives
October 01, 2020 The Peter G. Dodge Foundation
October 01, 2020 The Lisa McGraw Figure Skating Foundation
October 01, 2020 Amplifying Youth Voice
October 01, 2020 Wadsworth Golf Charities Foundation
September 30, 2020 P. Buckley Moss Foundation for Children's Education
September 15, 2020 Lewis Center for the Arts Invites Applications for the 2021-2022 Hodder Fellowship
September 15, 2020 The Trull Foundation
September 07, 2020 Borealis Philanthropy: Spark Justice Fund
September 01, 2020 The Lois Lenski Covey Foundation
September 01, 2020 Ittleson Foundation
September 01, 2020 Artist Relief Grant
September 01, 2020 Domestic Victims of Human Trafficking Services and Outreach Program
September 01, 2020 3M Education Higher Ed Grants
August 31, 2020 Dennis Schuman Charitable Foundation
August 31, 2020 Oxbow Animal Rescue Grant Program
August 31, 2020 K-12 Classroom Teacher Grant, Society of Aviation & Flight Educators, Inc.(SAFE)
August 28, 2020 Jazz Touring Network, Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation
August 28, 2020 NFL Foundation Grassroots
August 16, 2020 Sociological Initiatives Foundation
August 14, 2020 John Templeton Foundation
August 13, 2020 2020 TD Ready Challenge - TD Bank
August 01, 2020 The Howe Foundation
August 01, 2020 American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Accepting LOIs for Focus Grants
August 01, 2020 International Partners in Mission
August 01, 2020 The Arthur L. and Elaine V. Johnson Foundation
August 01, 2020 Chichester duPont Foundation
July 31, 2020 AstraZeneca Corporate Contributions Program: Health and Science Innovation Challenge
July 31, 2020 Arts Leaders of Color Emergency Fund, Arts Administrators of Color Network
July 31, 2020 U.S. Embassy Budapest, PAS Annual Program Statement
July 30, 2020 Citi Foundations Issues RFP for CDFIs Serving Low- and Moderate-Income Individuals, Communities
July 29, 2020 Rural Workforce Development, Department of Labor
July 20, 2020 BOGS Impact Fund
July 20, 2020 Pillars Fund
July 17, 2020 data.org Inclusive Growth and Recovery Challenge
July 17, 2020 Small Grants Program - Center for Health, Environment & Justice’s (CHEJ)
July 15, 2020 COVID-19 Response Student Success Grants - NEA Foundation
July 15, 2020 United States-Japan Foundation Invites Applications for Pre-College Education Grants Program
July 15, 2020 American Legion Child Welfare Foundation
July 15, 2020 American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation: Family Medicine Cares USA
July 14, 2020 Impact Fund Offers Support for Litigation to Advance Social Justice
July 07, 2020 Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement (PACE): Faith In/And Democracy
July 07, 2020 Third Wave Mobilize Power Fund, Youth Vision and Activism for Gender Justice
July 02, 2020 COVID-19 Rapid Response Infrastructure RFP - Mosaic
July 01, 2020 Enviromental, Peace-Building Projects - New Earth Foundation
July 01, 2020 Bess Spiva Timmons Foundation
July 01, 2020 American College of Bankruptcy Foundation: Pro Bono Grant Program
July 01, 2020 National Alliance for Grieving Children Announces Capacity-Building Grants Program
July 01, 2020 Japan-United States Friendship Commission
July 01, 2020 Infinite Hero Foundation
June 30, 2020 NWEA Educators for Equity Grant Program
June 30, 2020 Performance Program, Aaron Copland Fund for Music
June 30, 2020 Potter Charitable Trust - Assistance for underprivileged in Kent County, Delaware
June 30, 2020 California Casualty Music and Arts Grant
June 30, 2020 America's Promise Alliance: Power of Youth Challenge
June 30, 2020 The Gertrude E. Skelly Charitable Foundation
June 30, 2020 COVID-19 Business Relief Fund, Delaware Kent County Levy Court
June 30, 2020 COVID19 - AWS Diagnostic Development Initiative
June 19, 2020 Call of Duty Endowment: Seal of Distinction
June 15, 2020 Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA) Foundation
June 13, 2020 Youth Soccer Grants, Target
June 05, 2020 Longwood Foundation Summer Cycle & COVID-19 Q&A Zoom Sessions
June 05, 2020 Longwood Foundation Summer 2020 Grant
June 05, 2020 Delaware Emergency Food and Shelter Program CARES Funding Opportunity
June 04, 2020 The Herb Block Foundation Encouraging Citizen Involvement Grant
June 01, 2020 Sweet Adelines International
June 01, 2020 SAMHSA, Treatment, Recovery, and Workforce Support Grant
June 01, 2020 3M K-12 Education grants
June 01, 2020 Coronavirus Grant Request, No Kid Hungry
June 01, 2020 Freedoms Foundation Is Accepting Nominations For Their National Awards
June 01, 2020 The Pet Care Trust: Pets in the Classroom Grants Program
May 31, 2020 Gamma Mu Foundation
May 31, 2020 Child Health Foundation
May 31, 2020 Rauschenberg Emergency Grants, New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA)
May 26, 2020 VIA Art Fund
May 24, 2020 Community Services Block Grant/Rural Community Development Program
May 21, 2020 Russell Sage Foundation Invites LOIs for Immigrant Integration Research
May 20, 2020 Russell Sage Foundation Seeks Proposals for Social, Political, and Economic Inequality Research
May 15, 2020 Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation
May 15, 2020 The Gerber Foundation: Pediatric Research Program
May 06, 2020 Youth Apprenticeship Readiness Grant Program
May 03, 2020 Early Care and Education Research Scholars: Child Care Dissertation Grants
May 02, 2020 In-Service Training Grants for High School Grade Math Teachers
May 01, 2020 Grade 6-12 STEM Projects, Toshiba America Foundation
May 01, 2020 Giant Steps Foundation
May 01, 2020 The HAND Foundation
May 01, 2020 Farm Aid
May 01, 2020 Fund for Wild Nature
May 01, 2020 The Comer Family Foundation
May 01, 2020 The Conservation Alliance Is Accepting Nominations for Funding
May 01, 2020 Title V Competitive Sexual Risk Avoidance Education
May 01, 2020 Environmental Research & Education Foundation Invites Proposals for Waste Management Practices
May 01, 2020 Bartender Emergency Assistance Program
May 01, 2020 The Lalor Foundation
April 30, 2020 U.S. Bank Work Grants
April 30, 2020 Specialty Crop Block Grant Program
April 30, 2020 Ray Solem Foundation
April 30, 2020 Electronic Theatre Controls (ETC) Corporate Philanthropy Program
April 30, 2020 Foundation for Financial Planning
April 30, 2020 The Lawrence Foundation
April 30, 2020 The Mary Kay Foundation: Domestic Violence Shelter Grant Program
April 27, 2020 Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation: Hillman Emergent Innovation Program
April 27, 2020 Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation: Hillman Serious Illness and End of Life Emergent Innovation Program
April 24, 2020 Gretchen Swanson Center for Nutrition: Rooted in Evidence
April 22, 2020 Searle Freedom Trust
April 22, 2020 National Geographic Accepting Applications for Early Career Grants
April 20, 2020 Samuel Rubin Foundation
April 17, 2020 New York Life Foundation Invites Applications for Grief Reach Grants
April 15, 2020 Learning Disabilities Foundation of America
April 15, 2020 The Potts Memorial Foundation
April 15, 2020 MGN Family Foundation
April 15, 2020 Welfare Foundation
April 15, 2020 Welfare Foundation
April 15, 2020 Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes
April 15, 2020 AmFAR Invites Applications for Rosenfield Public Policy Fellowship Program
April 12, 2020 Emergency Grant for Curators, Kinkade Family Foundation
April 10, 2020 Distance Learning & Telemedicine Grants, USDA
April 10, 2020 National Endowment for the Arts Accepting Applications for Challenge America Fast-Track Grants
April 06, 2020 American Hospital Association: Foster G. McGaw Prize
April 06, 2020 Rise Prize
April 01, 2020 The James Paul Sutton Medical Research Fund
April 01, 2020 WSFS Foundation
April 01, 2020 Community Service Grant, Massage Therapy Foundation
April 01, 2020 American Art Program, Henry Luce Foundation
April 01, 2020 Brady Education Foundation Invites Applications for Program Evaluations
April 01, 2020 Delaware Bar Foundation Community Grant
April 01, 2020 Seaver Institute
April 01, 2020 Chaim Schwartz Foundation
April 01, 2020 3Mgives Environment grants
April 01, 2020 Brady Education Foundation
April 01, 2020 The Amphion Foundation
April 01, 2020 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Invites ‘Pioneering Ideas’ Proposals
April 01, 2020 The Pilcrow Foundation: Children's Book Project
April 01, 2020 The Robert Lehman Foundation
March 31, 2020 Ezra Jack Keats Foundation: Mini-Grant Program
March 31, 2020 Islamic Relief USA: Community Grants
March 31, 2020 Robert J. Kleberg, Jr. and Helen C. Kleberg Foundation
March 31, 2020 D’Addario Foundation
March 31, 2020 Sun Life Team Up Against Diabetes
March 20, 2020 Manhattan Institute Tocqueville Project: Civil Society Awards
March 16, 2020 Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations Invites Proposals for Fund for a Just Society
March 15, 2020 Arsht-Cannon Fund
March 15, 2020 The Braitmayer Foundation
March 15, 2020 Abelard Foundation - General Support Grants
March 15, 2020 The MENTOR Network Charitable Foundation: Community Partners
March 15, 2020 Abelard Foundation-East
March 15, 2020 Marie H. Brookreson Trust
March 15, 2020 Singing for Change (SFC)
March 15, 2020 RSF Social Finance: RSF Seed Fund
March 15, 2020 International Literacy Association Invites Applications for 2020 Teacher as Researcher Grant
March 15, 2020 Unitarian Universalist Association: Fund for a Just Society
March 14, 2020 Promobilia Foundation
March 13, 2020 Associated Chamber Music Players (ACMP) Foundation Community Music Grants
March 11, 2020 Morris Animal Foundation Issues RFP Focused on Advancing Animal Health
March 08, 2020 Community Water Quality Improvement Grants, DNREC
March 06, 2020 Autism Speaks Grants Program
March 06, 2020 Resist
March 05, 2020 USDA Value Added Producer Grants in Delaware, Maryland
March 03, 2020 The Small Research Grants Program
March 02, 2020 Exhibition Grants, Terra Foundation for American Art
March 02, 2020 Delaware Division of Arts, FY2021 Grants
March 02, 2020 Children's Theatre Foundation of America Aurand Haaris Grant and Fellowship Fund
March 02, 2020 Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation: Hillman Innovations in Care Program
March 01, 2020 Gannett Foundation Media Grants
March 01, 2020 Dr. Scholl Foundation
March 01, 2020 Koussevitzky Music Foundation
March 01, 2020 Longwood Grant
March 01, 2020 Zimmer Family Foundation
March 01, 2020 J.M. Kaplan Fund
March 01, 2020 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts
March 01, 2020 Trust for the Meditation Process
March 01, 2020 Weyerhaeuser Family Foundation: Children's Initiative
February 28, 2020 Rumphius Foundation
February 28, 2020 Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company Foundation
February 28, 2020 Robert F. Schumann Foundation
February 28, 2020 InterConnection Computer Grants
February 28, 2020 Encouraging Development, Growth & Expansion (EDGE) Grant Program, Delaware Div. of Small Business
February 28, 2020 THE INCYTE CHARITABLE GIVING FOUNDATION
February 27, 2020 Lyle Spencer Research Awards to Transform Education
February 27, 2020 GATHER Food Sovereignty Grant, First Nations Development Institute
February 25, 2020 Learning for Careers Initiative, Delaware Workforce Development Board, Delaware Dept of Labor and Education
February 25, 2020 Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts Invites Applications
February 24, 2020 The Women and Minorities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Fields Program
February 21, 2020 Bank of American Charitable Foundation: Economic Mobility
February 21, 2020 LIVESTRONG Foundation Invites Applications for Cancer Solutions
February 21, 2020 ArtsCONNECT, Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation
February 21, 2020 Cardiovascular Health Next Generation Program, AstraZeneca HealthCare Foundation
February 20, 2020 Dollar General Literacy Foundation
February 19, 2020 Early Childhood Assistance Program
February 15, 2020 Healthy Communities Delaware
February 15, 2020 Snapdragon Book Foundation
February 15, 2020 The American-Scandinavian Foundation is accepting Proposals for their Public Project Grant
February 14, 2020 Project Innovation Grant, Comcast NBCU Foundation
February 14, 2020 Kessler Foundation Invites Applications for Signature Employment Grants Program
February 14, 2020 Delaware Community Foundation, Focus Grant Application
February 13, 2020 National Book Foundation: Innovations in Reading Prize
February 07, 2020 Kent Richard Hofmann Foundation
February 07, 2020 Wells Fargo VeteranWINS® Grant Program
February 07, 2020 Disabled Veterans National Foundation: Capacity Building Grant Program
February 06, 2020 The Herb Block Foundation Pathways Out Of Poverty Grant
February 05, 2020 The 2020 Knowledge Challenge, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
February 04, 2020 National Collaborative On Gun Violence Research
February 03, 2020 VIA Art Fund: Incubator Grant Fund
February 03, 2020 Steelcase Education: Active Learning Center Grant
February 01, 2020 Grants for Apiology Research, The Eva Crane Trust
February 01, 2020 The Presser Foundation Capital Support
February 01, 2020 Freeman Assists Communities with Extra Support Grant, Carl M. Freeman Foundation
February 01, 2020 American Honda Foundation
February 01, 2020 The Arca Foundation
February 01, 2020 The Sidney R. Baer, Jr. Foundation Grant
February 01, 2020 Education Learning and Leadership Grants
February 01, 2020 Enterprise Holdings Foundation
February 01, 2020 CLIF Bar Family Foundation
February 01, 2020 New Earth Foundation
February 01, 2020 New-Land Foundation
February 01, 2020 Mary's Pence Grant Program
January 31, 2020 Kettering Family Foundation
January 31, 2020 Council on Library and Information Resources: Recordings at Risk
January 31, 2020 Disabled American Veterans Charitable Service Trust
January 31, 2020 Tina B. Carver Fund, TESOL International Association
January 31, 2020 Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood
January 30, 2020 New Music USA
January 29, 2020 Terri Lynne Lokoff Children's TYLENOL, Children's ZYRTEC National Child Care Teacher Awards
January 28, 2020 Economic Opportunity Challenge Invites Proposals For $10 Million Award
January 25, 2020 Environmental Curricula Grants, Melinda Gray Ardia Environmental Foundation
January 24, 2020 New York Life Foundation: Aim High
January 24, 2020 American Institute for Cancer Research
January 22, 2020 Social Justice Program
January 21, 2020 U.S. Embassy Grants Program
January 20, 2020 American Academy of Pediatrics: Community Access to Child Health (CATCH)
January 20, 2020 American Music Abroad Invites Small Music Ensembles to Apply for the 2020 Tour Year
January 18, 2020 Progressive Multiplier Fund
January 17, 2020 Michael J. Fox Foundation Invites Proposals for Ken Griffin Alpha-Synuclein Imaging Competition
January 17, 2020 Convening Grants for Internationally Collaborative Exhibitions
January 17, 2020 AMA Foundation: Community Health Grants
January 17, 2020 PeopleForBikes Community Grants Program
January 17, 2020 Specific Interest Grants, Delaware Community Fund
January 16, 2020 KR Foundation
January 16, 2020 National Forest Foundation Invites Applications for Matching Awards Program
January 15, 2020 Walton Family Foundation Invites Applications for Innovative Schools Program
January 15, 2020 National Trust for Historic Preservation: African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund
January 15, 2020 Righteous Persons Foundation
January 15, 2020 Shell Science Lab Challenge, National Science Teaching Association
January 15, 2020 Advancing Cities Challnge, JP Morgan Chase
January 15, 2020 Delta Gamma Foundation: Service for Sight Grants
January 15, 2020 Ameriprise Financial Community Relations Program
January 15, 2020 Captain Planet Foundation Accepting Applications for Ecotech Grants
January 14, 2020 The Impact Fund
January 14, 2020 The Large Research Grants on Education Program
January 13, 2020 Tony Hawk Foundation Skatepark Grants
January 12, 2020 V. Kann Rasmussen Foundation (VKRF)
January 10, 2020 William T. Grant Foundation Accepting Applications for Research Grants on Reducing Inequality
January 08, 2020 Justice for Families Program, U.S. Department of Justice
January 08, 2020 Wounded Warrior Service Dog Program
January 07, 2020 Trophoblast Differentiation and Function, Department of Health and Human Services
January 07, 2020 Improving Quality of Care and Quality of Life for Persons with Alzheimers Disease and Related Dementias at the End of Life
January 06, 2020 Environmental Education Grants
January 03, 2020 William T. Grant Foundation Seeks Applications for Inequality Research Grants
January 02, 2020 Progeria Research Foundation Invites LOIs for Research Grant Proposal
January 01, 2020 Youth Philanthropy Board Grant for Sussex County, Delaware Community Fund
January 01, 2020 Nanticoke Rotary Club
January 01, 2020 Karma for Cara Foundation Invites Applications for Youth Grants
January 01, 2020 Baseball Tomorrow Fund
January 01, 2020 Big Lots Foundation
January 01, 2020 Alkermes Inspiration Grants
January 01, 2020 The Craig H. Neilsen Foundation Creating Opportunity and Independence Grants
December 31, 2019 Elsa U. Pardee Foundation
December 31, 2019 Oberkotter Foundation
December 31, 2019 Innovating Worthy Projects Foundation
December 31, 2019 J.B. Hunt Transport Services Corporate Giving Program
December 31, 2019 Daughters of the American Revolution: Special Projects Grants Program
December 31, 2019 Colibri Grants Classroom Enrichment & Special Project Grants
December 31, 2019 Celebrate Urban Birds Mini-Grant Program
December 31, 2019 American Academy of Dermatology: Shade Structure Grant Program
December 31, 2019 Actors' Equity Foundation
December 31, 2019 Asian Mosaic Fund Giving Circle
December 31, 2019 Home Depot Foundation Invites Applications for Community Impact Program
December 31, 2019 Community Grant Program, Walmart Foundation
December 31, 2019 U.S. Embassy New Delhi PAS Annual Program Statement
December 31, 2019 NCC Cares Grant
December 31, 2019 Eos Foundation Accepting Applications for ‘After the Bell’ Grant Opportunity
December 31, 2019 The Witter Bynner Foundation for Poetry
December 31, 2019 Unitarian Universalist Service Committee: Human Rights Innovation Fellowship
December 30, 2019 Simons Foundation Requests Applications for Targeted Grants in Mathematics and Physical Sciences
December 30, 2019 Peace Development Fund
December 27, 2019 Regional Farm to School Institute Grants
December 20, 2019 Forest Service Wildfire Risk Reduction / Wildfire Response RFA 2020
December 20, 2019 United States Handball Association Grant Programs
December 20, 2019 Youth Philanthropy Board
December 19, 2019 Bob Woodruff Foundation
December 18, 2019 Burning Man Arts Global Art Grants
December 16, 2019 KidsGardening.org 2020 Youth Garden Grant
December 16, 2019 Temper of Times Foundation
December 15, 2019 SeedMoney Garden Grants
December 15, 2019 Wyeth Foundation for American Art
December 15, 2019 Global Consortium for Female Reproductive Longevity and Equality Invites Research Proposals
December 15, 2019 Physician and Public Awareness Grant, The ResMed Foundation
December 15, 2019 Puffin Foundation
December 15, 2019 American Mathematical Society Invites Applications for Youth Summer Programs
December 15, 2019 ALDI Smart Kids
December 13, 2019 The American Society of Breast Surgeons Foundation
December 13, 2019 Delmarva Power Offers Mini-Grants to Area Teachers
December 13, 2019 Strategies to Improve Health Outcomes and to Reduce Disparities in Rural Populations
December 13, 2019 Pancreatic Cancer Action Network Invites Applications for 2020 Career Development Award
December 11, 2019 ACOG Invites Applications for Women’s Health Policy Research Award
December 11, 2019 Warren H. Pearse Women’s Health Policy Research Award, The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
December 10, 2019 Save America's Treasures - Collections
December 09, 2019 Klarman Family Foundation Invites Applications for Eating Disorders Research Grants Program
December 06, 2019 Arthroscopy Association of North America Invites Applications for Research Grant Program
December 06, 2019 Pancreatic Cancer Action Network Invites Applications for 2020 Translational Research Grants
December 06, 2019 U.S. Consulate General Sapporo PAS Sports Exchange Program Statement
December 06, 2019 RPM Foundation Invites Applications for Automotive Restoration and Preservation Programs
December 06, 2019 U.S.-Russia Peer-to-Peer Dialogue Program
December 06, 2019 WITH Foundation Issues RFP for Supported Decision-Making for Adults With Intellectual, Developmental Disabilities
December 06, 2019 ArtsMidwest: Shakespeare in American Communities
December 05, 2019 Veteran Housing Grants Program, Home Depot Foundation
December 05, 2019 Understanding the Early Development of the Immune System
December 05, 2019 Pediatric HIV/AIDS Cohort Study (PHACS) 2020
December 05, 2019 Tourette Association of America Invites Proposals for Young Investigator Award
December 04, 2019 Scholarly Editions and Scholarly Translations
December 04, 2019 The Shubert Foundation
December 03, 2019 'The Atlantic' and Allstate Seek Nominations for 2020 Renewal Awards to Honor America's Nonprofits
December 03, 2019 The Connection Invites Application for Classroom Social Media Grants
December 02, 2019 Paralyzed Veterans of America Education Foundation
December 02, 2019 Retirement Research Foundation Accepting Applications for Projects in Aging
December 02, 2019 Rivkin Center Invites Applications for Ovarian Cancer Research
December 02, 2019 Concrete Research Council Invites Applications for Research Projects
December 02, 2019 Autism Science Foundation Invites Applications for Pre- and Postdoctoral Training Awards
December 02, 2019 African American Civil Rights (AACR) History Grants
December 01, 2019 Delaware Division of the Arts Grants

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