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    • March 22, 2019

    The Knight Foundation believes that great public spaces can transform cities by fostering civic life, drawing people out of their homes and into the community, and encouraging neighbors to be together and interact.

    To that end, the foundation is seeking applications for the inaugural Knight Public Spaces Fellowship. Through the program, a total of $1 million will be awarded to a small group of select fellows with an exemplary track record of crafting public spaces that create opportunities for civic engagement. Grants can be used for innovative, flexible projects and will be distributed over two years. Fellows will be selected from a national pool of candidates working within a wide variety of sectors, including urban design, planning, architecture, landscape architecture, engineering, government, technology, programming, and policy. Through the program, fellows will receive financial support, mentoring, networking opportunities, and public exposure.

    To be eligible, candidates must have created or influenced the creation of a great public space or spaces that resulted in community transformation and possess the following attributes: a trackable performance record of exceptional public space work; a demonstrated commitment to the value of public spaces in advancing civic engagement and building stronger communities; and the potential to make significant new contributions to the use of public space in the community.

    Self-nominations will be accepted.

    An informational webinar about the new program will be held March 5, 2019.

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    • March 22, 2019

    Delaware Community Foundation

    There are a variety of funds at the DCF that provide a structured opportunity for eligible nonprofits whose missions align with specific interest areas to apply for grants. These specific areas include:

    – Delawareans in need of long-term health care

    – Small grants for arts in Wilmington

    – Fulfillment of terminally ill children’s wishes

    – Support animals and animal welfare

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    Click here for Application


    • March 22, 2019

     

    In 2019, the DCF will convene the Community Equity Project, bringing together up to 10 experienced community leaders to develop and implement an innovative, collective approach to increasing equity in Wilmington. In recognition of the time and commitment of each participant, small grants in the amount of $2,500 will be made to organizations addressing equity issues in Wilmington. Each participant will have the opportunity to recommend a grantee organization.

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    Click here to apply


    • March 29, 2019

    Delaware Community Foundation

    In 2019, grants will support organizations and initiatives working to build opportunity so all Delaware residents can overcome barriers to success, benefit equitably, and thrive. Investments in youth success are made to organizations statewide that are enabling at-risk, traditionally disadvantaged youth to advance their personal development and resiliency, civic engagement, physical health, educational readiness and achievement from birth to post-secondary.

    Typical award $10,000 – $20,000 per year; max $25,000 per year

    The DCF is offering two Focus Grants Workshops to help nonprofits prepare their applications. Review the guidelines and application, and then register for one of the workshops: Registration for workshops

    – Wednesday, March 6, 3:30-5:00, Georgetown Public Library, Meeting Room

    – Friday, March 8, 9:30-11:00, Wilmington Public Library, Commons Room

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    • March 29, 2019

    Delaware Community Foundation

    In 2019, grants will support organizations and initiatives working to build opportunity so all Delaware residents can overcome barriers to success, benefit equitably, and thrive. Investments in Delaware’s Latino communities are made to initiatives in Sussex County enabling English learners and their families to thrive through expanded educational and community supports and that are building capacity and collaboration of service providers and resources in communities.

    Typical award $10,000 – $20,000 per year; max $25,000 per year

    The DCF is offering two Focus Grants Workshops to help nonprofits prepare their applications. Review the guidelines and application, and then register for one of the workshops: Workshop Registration

    – Wednesday, March 6, 3:30-5:00, Georgetown Public Library, Meeting Room

    – Friday, March 8, 9:30-11:00, Wilmington Public Library, Commons Room

    Click here for guidelines

    Click here for application

    • March 30, 2019

    Firefly Festival: The AEG Community Foundation is dedicated to supporting children and families through grantmaking in the areas of K-12 Education, the arts, and health and wellness. Does your organization's program fall within one or more of the following areas of focus?

    K-12 Education - Emphasis on organizations that seek to provide access, opportunity and innovation to youth, grades K-12, primarily in the areas of literacy, after-school academic support and college readiness.

    The Arts - Emphasis on organizations that seek to provide youth opportunities to engage in the arts and music. Preference is given to organizations that provide direct services to youth who otherwise would not be exposed to the arts.

    Health & Wellness - Emphasis on organizations that seek to address health challenges facing under-served communities. Preference is given to organizations providing direct services to youth and in need families including hospitals, youth sports organizations, and youth development centers.

    The AEG Community Foundation is dedicated to supporting children and families in need through grant giving in the areas of K-12 education, the arts, and health and wellness.

    Please complete this application to be considered for a grant from the AEG Community Foundation. The Foundation will award grants ranging from $2,500 to $25,000.

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    • March 31, 2019

    The Hanley Family Foundation was created in 1987 with a mission focused on chemical dependency.

    To that end, the foundation awards grants to organizations and programs that advance the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of alcoholism, chemical dependency, and addictive behavior, including support for related research and education.

    The foundation accepts pre-proposals on an ongoing basis. Upon review, selected applicants will be invited to submit a full proposal. Grant amounts are determined on a project-by-project basis.

    To be eligible, applicants must be considered tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or qualify as a public charity as described in Section 509(a)(1), (2), or (3).

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    • March 31, 2019

    Since 1983, the AccessLex Institute has evolved to meet the ever-changing challenges and needs of the law students and institutions it serves by conducting and commissioning research that illuminates the latest data and evidence on the critical issues in legal education today.

    To that end, the institute is currently accepting applications for its Diversity Pipeline Research Grant Program from organizations working to enhance access to legal education for students from diverse backgrounds. With the ultimate goal of increasing knowledge that buttresses methods for increasing the enrollment and success of law students, the program supports current or proposed programs and initiatives aimed at helping college students and/or graduates from historically underrepresented racial and socioeconomic groups successfully matriculate into law school and the legal profession.

    Through the program, grants of up to $125,000 will be awarded for a period of between six and twenty-four months. Programs and initiatives that provide meaningful content, support, and experiences; that are designed to produce measurable outcomes; and that generate scalable best practices are encouraged and will receive priority.

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    • April 01, 2019

    The Laffey-McHugh Foundation's grant application process is as follows:

    Application Deadlines: 12 noon April 1 and 12 noon Oct 1

    Application Procedure: We request all organizations to contact us directly either via email or phone to set up a meeting with the Executive Director prior to application submission. All grant applications and required documentation are submitted via the online grant application website. Detailed instructions for the application will be given after contacting us. The Foundation does not accept multi year grant requests.

    Board Meeting Dates for Grant Request Decisions: Early June and Early Dec

    The Laffey-McHugh Foundation
    laffeymchugh@gmail.com
    302 654 1680
    *** If leaving a message include name, organization name, 2-3 best times to return call, and best number to call.

    • April 01, 2019

    The Baseball Tomorrow Fund is a joint initiative of Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association.

    BTF awards grants to nonprofit organizations involved in the operation of youth baseball and softball programs and facilities. The funds may be used to finance a new program or expand or improve an existing program, undertake a new collaborative effort, or obtain facilities or equipment needed for youth baseball or softball programs. Grants are intended to provide funding for incremental programming and facilities for youth baseball and softball programs, and may not be used for normal operating expenses or as a substitute for existing funding or fundraising activities.

    BTF does not specify a maximum grant award; however, the average grant amount is approximately $40,000.

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    • April 01, 2019

    The Fahs-Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation is accepting applications for behavioral or psychological research studies in the United States or Canada.

    Through its Faculty/Post-Doctoral Fellows program, the Fund will award grants of up to $20,000 in support of studies designed to develop, refine, evaluate, or disseminate innovative interventions designed to prevent or ameliorate major social, psychological, behavioral, or public health problems affecting children, adults, couples, families, or communities. The Fund will also consider studies that have the potential for adding significantly to knowledge about such problems. Projects must focus on populations in the United States or Canada, or on a comparison between the U.S. or Canada and one or more other country.

    To be eligible, applicants must be a faculty member at an accredited college or university or an individual affiliated with an accredited human service organization that is considered tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. In addition, the principal investigator must have an earned doctorate in a relevant discipline and relevant experience.

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    • April 01, 2019

    Local “place-based opportunity ecosystems” – comprising mutually reinforcing public and nonprofit organizations working across systems – hold enormous promise in advancing social and economic mobility in particular cities.

    We define “Opportunity Ecosystems” a systems-work within communities that are strategic, action-oriented, dynamic and enduring environment formed by people and partners, aligned by a shared purpose and set of values that supports the advancement and acceleration of social and economic mobility for children, youth and families. We seek to promote collaborations across sectors and integrating service delivery, community engagement and economic development at local levels.

    Kresge and the American Public Human Service Association have developed an “ecosystem readiness tool” that measures six readiness factors (such as governance structure, leadership, and strategic financing) against the Human Service Value Curve (HSVC) to determine the ecosystem strength and sophistication. Utilizing the tool, ecosystems are measured at one of three levels:

    Building sites: Developing the readiness and infrastructure necessary for a thriving opportunity ecosystem. These places will likely be operating primarily in the regulative business model as defined by the HSVC. They may have elements of the collaborative, but rarely elements of integrative and generative.

    Advancing sites: Fundamental infrastructure, leadership and readiness elements needed to be well poised to readily operationalize an ecosystem model that could be sector leading. These sites in general are likely operating between collaborative and integrative business models with some elements of generative.

    Accelerating sites: Represent the pace-setting examples of opportunity ecosystem activity. These are the bright spots with the capability to continue to set the edge. These sites in general are likely operating between integrative and generative business models.

    We invest at all levels with the intention of ecosystems advancing over time and providing lessons to other development ecosystems.

    Focus Area

    Building Place-Based Opportunity Ecosystems

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    • April 01, 2019

    The American Psychological Foundation is accepting applications for its Visionary Grants program.

    Through the program, grants of up to $20,000 will be awarded to programs that use psychology to address social problems in one of four priority areas: violence prevention; understanding the connection between behavior and health (e.g., wellness, diabetes, obesity); understanding and eliminating stigma and prejudice (e.g., race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, and socioeconomic status); and applying psychology to vulnerable, at-risk populations (e.g., serious mental illness, returning military, those who are incarcerated, and the economically disadvantaged).

    Preference will be given to pilot projects that, if successful, would be strong candidates for support from major federal and foundation funding agencies as well as “demonstration projects” that promise to generalize findings broadly to similar settings.

    To be eligible, applicants must be a graduate student or early-career researcher (no more than ten years postdoctoral) affiliated with a nonprofit charitable, educational, or scientific institution or a government operating exclusively for charitable and educational purposes.

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    • April 01, 2019

    The Kent County Fund for the Arts will award over $20,000 in grants in 2019. Applications are now being accepted from schools, nonprofit and civic/community organizations for programs that help to foster growth of arts organizations in Kent County, as well as those organizations that support the arts.

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    • April 05, 2019

    New Funding Opportunity: BUILD Health Challenge

    Robert Woods Johnson

    The Build Health Challenge 2019 Call For Applications is now open! BUILD is looking to support up to 17 innovative collaboratives within the U.S. that include a community-based organization, hospital or health system, and public health department working together in dynamic ways to address upstream challenges and drive sustainable improvements in community health.

    Each award includes:

    • Up to $250,000 in funding over two-and-a-half years
    • A robust array of coaching and support services
    • Specialized trainings and capacity building opportunities
    • Participation in a national network of peers engaged in similar work
    • The opportunity to spotlight your local work on a national level

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    • April 09, 2019

    The Impact Fund provides grants to nonprofit legal firms, private attorneys, and/or small law firms working to advance social justice in the areas of civil and human rights, environmental justice, and poverty law.

    Grants of up to $25,000 will be awarded to legal services nonprofits, private attorneys, and/or small law firms who seek to advance justice in the areas of civil and human rights, environmental justice, and/or poverty law. Grants are usually awarded for a particular case, but occasionally the fund will support a series of cases bound by a common strategy. Most grants are for class actions, but multi-plaintiff and environmental justice cases that aim to significantly affect a larger system are encouraged.

    Impact Fund grants may be used for out-of-pocket litigation expenses such as expert fees and discovery costs, but not for attorney's fees, staff, or other overhead.

    Grants will be awarded to private attorneys, small legal firms, and nonprofit legal entities that do not have sufficient access to funding sources. Specifically, grants are intended to support cases that could not be effectively prosecuted and/or in which financial hardship would occur to the applicant if supplementary funding were not available. Grants may cover reasonable costs and out-of-pocket expenses (including non-recoverable costs) such as deposition expenses, expert fees, and investigation expenses.

    For the 2019 summer grant cycle, Letters of Interest must be received no later than April 9. Upon review, selected applicants will be invited to submit a full application by May 7, 2019.

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    • April 11, 2019

    The National Endowment for the Arts is accepting applications from small and midsize organizations for projects that extend the reach of the arts to underserved populations, including those whose opportunities to experience the arts are limited by geography, ethnicity, economics, or disability.

    Through the Challenge America Fast-Track grants program, NEA will award fixed grants of $10,000 to projects designed to bring the arts to underserved populations. A minimum match of $10,000 from an outside funder is required, however. Applicants are encouraged to consider partnerships among organizations, both in and outside the arts, as appropriate to their project.

    To be eligible, applicants must be a nonprofit, tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) organization in the U.S.; a unit of state or local government; or a federally recognized tribal community or tribe. Applicants may be an arts organization, local arts agency, arts service organization, local education agency or school district, or other organization that can help advance NEA goals. All organizations must have a three-year history of programming prior to the application deadline.

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    • April 11, 2019

    The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is accepting proposals for the conservation and restoration of wildlife habitat and water quality in the Delaware River watershed.

    Through its Delaware River Program, NFWF will award matching grants of up to $500,000 to projects that preserve and restore water quality and wildlife habitat on both public and private lands in the watershed, as well as projects that benefit Delaware River communities.

    The foundation has identified two distinct grant opportunities under this program.

    Delaware Watershed Conservation Fund Conservation Action Grants — Awards will be given to collaborative projects that sustain and enhance wildlife and fish habitat; improve and maintain water quality to support fish, wildlife, and people; sustain and enhance water management to the benefit of fish and wildlife; and/or improve ecologically-friendly public access and outdoor recreational opportunities.

    Delaware River Restoration Fund Targeted Implementation and Cornerstone Grants — Awards will be given to projects dedicated to improving water quality through conservation efforts on working lands such as farms and forests; restoring streams, floodplains, and wetlands; and/or improving green stormwater infrastructure in urban/suburban landscapes within one or more of seven Delaware River watershed restoration or hybrid “clusters,” including: the Poconos and Kittatinny, Kirkwood-Cohansey, New Jersey Highlands, Middle Schuylkill, Schuylkill Highlands, Brandywine-Christina, and Upstream Suburban Philadelphia. A number of cornerstone grants also will be awarded to projects that address multiple DRRF priorities, exhibit exceptional strategic planning, and include collaborative opportunities to deliver a large project (or suite of projects) within one of the seven hybrid clusters.

    Eligible candidates include organizations that are tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, local and municipal governments, Native American tribes, and educational institutions. Federal, state, and interstate governments also are eligible. Although organizations located outside the Delaware River watershed may apply, projects must be implemented entirely within the boundaries of the watershed.

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    • April 15, 2019

    The McCarthey Dressman Education Foundation believes that continuous, insightful, and innovative professional training and growth is crucial to the effectiveness of educators. It is the foundation's goal to promote best practices through cooperative and sustained commitment to increased efficacy, improved teaching, and active learning.

    To that end, the foundation's Teacher Development Grants support small teams of teachers in the formation and implementation of K-12 classroom instruction. The grants provide opportunities for teachers to integrate innovative strategies that encourage critical inquiry into their classrooms and observe the effects of those strategies on their students.

    To be eligible for a grant, applicants must be a licensed K-12 teacher employed in a public or private school in the United States.

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    • April 15, 2019

    The Ben & Jerry's Foundation supports organizations that work to bring about progressive social change by addressing the underlying conditions of societal and environmental problems.

    To that end, one-year grants of up to $25,000 will be awarded to nonprofit, grassroots community-organizing groups in the United States working to advance social and environmental justice and create sustainable and just-food systems. Grants can be used to support both program and operational costs.

    The foundation will only consider proposals from grassroots, constituent-led organizations with annual budgets under $500,000 that are using direct action, grassroots, and community-organizing strategies to accomplish their goals.

    Pre-proposals may be submitted starting February 1, 2019, and must be received no later than April 15, 2019. Upon review, select applicants will be invited to submit a full proposal.

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    • April 15, 2019

    The Health Effects Institute is a nonprofit corporation chartered in 1980 as an independent research organization to provide high-quality, impartial, and relevant science on the health effects of air pollution.

    As part of its mission, HEI established the Walter A. Rosenblith New Investigator Award to provide funding for outstanding investigators who are beginning their independent research careers. By providing financial support for investigators at an early point in their careers, the institute hopes to encourage highly qualified individuals to undertake research on the health effects of air pollution.

    Each award will be up to $150,000 per year, with a maximum of $450,000 over three years. The funds can be used to provide salary support for the investigator and supporting junior personnel as well as operating costs, including supplies and equipment.

    Scientists of any nationality holding a PhD, ScD, MD, DVM, or DrPH degree or equivalent are eligible to apply. At the time of application, the candidate should have two to seven years of research experience after obtaining the highest degree and must be in an assistant professor or equivalent position in an academic or research institution.

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    • April 17, 2019

    The Community Challenge is open to 501(c)(3), 501(c)(4) and 501(c)(6) nonprofits and government entities. Other types of organizations will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Grants can range from several hundred dollars for small, short-term activities to several thousand for larger projects.

    The program will accept applications for projects in the following categories for 2019:

    Demonstrate the tangible value of “Smart Cities” This new category in 2019 will encourage communities to develop and implement innovative programs that engage residents in accessing, understanding, and using data to increase quality of life for all. The intention with this new category is to encourage applicants to demonstrate new ways to engage in decision-making about housing, transportation, economic development, placemaking, infrastructure, or other community aspect.

    Deliver a range of transportation and connectivity options through permanent or temporary solutions that increase walkability, bikeability, wayfinding, access to transportation options and roadway improvements

    Create vibrant public places through permanent or temporary solutions that activate open spaces, improve parks and improve access to amenities

    Support the availability of a range of housing through permanent or temporary solutions that increase accessible and affordable housing options

    Other innovative approaches to improving the community

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    • April 18, 2019

    Established in 2002 as the Special Hope Foundation, the WITH (Working for Inclusive and Transformative Healthcare) Foundation provides financial support to organizations that promote delivery of comprehensive health care for adults with developmental disabilities.

    To that end, the foundation is accepting applications for its 2019 grants program. Through the program, grants of up to $50,000 will be awarded to programs that improve the delivery of health care to adults with developmental disabilities and that also include at least one of the following: improve health practitioner competency through education and/or training programs; address the current inadequate reimbursement system; advance formal care coordination; increase public awareness regarding the inadequacies of developmentally disabled care in order to advance systemic change; promote national efforts in digital health that encourage designers and developers to consider the perspectives/experiences of the IDD community within the design process; social policy research; and identify barriers to high-quality healthcare access.

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    • April 18, 2019

    Established in 2002 as the Special Hope Foundation, the WITH (Working for Inclusive and Transformative Healthcare) Foundation provides financial support to organizations that promote delivery of comprehensive health care for adults with developmental disabilities.

    To that end, the foundation is accepting applications for its 2019 grants program. Through the program, grants of up to $50,000 will be awarded to programs that improve the delivery of health care to adults with developmental disabilities and that also include at least one of the following: improve health practitioner competency through education and/or training programs; address the current inadequate reimbursement system; advance formal care coordination; increase public awareness regarding the inadequacies of developmentally disabled care in order to advance systemic change; promote national efforts in digital health that encourage designers and developers to consider the perspectives/experiences of the IDD community within the design process; social policy research; and identify barriers to high-quality healthcare access.

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    • April 19, 2019

    ABOUT THE LIFE STORY GRANTS

    The trajectories of girls and women in the sex trade are often marked by many on-ramps into exploitation—poverty, violence, discrimination and system failure—and few exit ramps for girls and women who seek to leave. The NoVo Foundation learned about these often unseen realities from those who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation (CSE), over years of listening and partnership. A year ago, we launched The Life Story: Moments of Change to illuminate these truths, lifting up the voices, experiences and insights of survivors.

    ABOUT NOVO FOUNDATION

    NoVo Foundation is dedicated to building a more just and balanced world. Created in 2006 by Jennifer and Peter Buffett, NoVo has become one of the largest private foundations in the world to support initiatives focused explicitly on girls and women, including a dedicated focus on ending violence against girls and women and supporting adolescent girls. NoVo’s deeply interconnected works also seeks to advance social and emotional learning, support Indigenous communities and promote thriving local communities.

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    • April 19, 2019

    The Harpo Foundation was established in 2006 to support emerging visual artists who are under recognized in their field. The foundation also seeks to stimulate creative inquiry and to encourage new modes of thinking about art.

    To that end, the foundation is accepting applications for its Grants for Visual Artists program. Through the annual program, grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded to under-recognized visual artists age 21 or older. Grants are intended to support the development of the artist and his/her work.

    To be eligible, applicants must be a self-defined and under-recognized visual artist age 21 and a citizen of the United States. Students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program are not eligible.

    There is a $15 application fee.

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    • April 19, 2019

    With the goal of encouraging unique partnerships that support innovative and potentially transformative agricultural research, the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research is seeking applications for its Seeding Solutions Grants program.

    The program supports projects that further FFAR's challenge areas; leverage strong partnerships across multiple sectors (private, NGO, government, academia, etc.); contribute to the goal of sustainable food and agriculture; and serve the public by making data open and accessible.

    Work in FFAR's Challenge Areas aims to solve large-scale agricultural problems while illuminating broad implications and impacts. They include the Health-Agriculture Nexus (innovative systems-level approaches aimed at reducing food and nutritional insecurity and improving human health in the United States and globally); Advanced Animal Systems (promoting sustainable animal systems through innovative technologies, environmentally-sound production practices, and advancements in animal health and welfare); Sustainable Water Management (the sustainable increase of water availability and water efficiency for agricultural use, with a goal of reducing agricultural water pollution and developing water reuse technology using a coordinated landscape approach); Soil Health (the enrichment of soil by building knowledge, fueling innovation, and enabling the adoption of soil management practices); Next Generation Crops (the development of non-traditional crops and creation of new economic opportunities for conventional crops that will increase future crop diversity and farm profitability); and Urban Food Systems (increasing society’s capacity to feed urban populations through urban and peri-urban agriculture, augmenting the capabilities of the current food system).

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    • April 19, 2019

    The NoVo Foundation is dedicated to catalyzing a transformation in global society from a culture of domination and exploitation to one of equality and partnership. Through its Life Story: Moments of Change initiative, the foundation seeks to illuminate the truths of girls and women in the sex trade — the vast majority of whom enter the trade due to a dearth of economic options and a failure of social systems to support them.

    A year after it launched the initiative, the foundation has decided to deepen its support for organizations working to change those life trajectories. Through its Life Story Grants program, the foundation seeks to impact commercial sexual exploitation by addressing two influences: the people and communities who are disproportionately impacted by the sex trade but are largely invisible; and the critical life moments where a different path becomes possible.

    To that end, grants of up to $600,000 a year for up to three years will be awarded in support of U.S.-based projects or approaches that imagine and create new possibilities and an exit for girls and women in sexual exploitation. Examples of approaches and programs eligible for support include a pilot program within a system to address the needs of survivors; dedicated capacity to address a particular system or agency’s response to survivors of commercial sexual exploitation; or collaborations between systems and community-based providers to develop specialized responses. New collaborations, existing work, and new ideas from existing organizations all will be supported.

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    • April 19, 2019

    For more than eighty years, the March of Dimes has empowered families with programs, information, and tools to assist in healthy pregnancies. Today, the organization works to level the playing field for all moms and babies, regardless of age, socioeconomic background, or demographics.

    To that end, MoD is accepting applications through its 2019 Research Program for research on pregnancy-related disorders; the prevention and treatment of diseases in either mom, dad, or baby that lead to premature birth; genetic and environmentally-induced birth defects; opioid exposure and dependency; and health disparities within all these areas.

    Applicants are invited to submit LOIs in one of the following categories:

    1) Innovative Challenge Grants — Six-month grants of $50,000 will be awarded to proposals with clear-cut deliverables defined within the application. If the deliverables are achieved, there’s a possibility of a second tranche in the amount of $100,000 to $500,000 over twelve months.

    2) Novel Discovery Grants — Proposals anywhere on the translational spectrum will be considered, including translation to humans, translation to patients, translation to practice, and translation to population health. Grants of $50,000 to $100,000 will be awarded for the first twelve months, with the option of an additional twelve months of support if significant progress is made.

    3) Clinical and Social Science Challenge Grants — MoD seeks research that explores health equity in order to reduce disparities; opioid dependency in mom, dad, and baby to mitigate the rise in Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome; and premature birth and maternal/infant mortality. Sic-month grants of $50,000 to $100,000 will be awarded to proposals with clear-cut deliverables defined within the application. If the deliverables are achieved, there’s a possibility of a second tranche in the amount of $100,000 to $500,000 over twelve months.

    Eligible candidates include health professionals, health researchers, epidemiologists, and social scientists with doctoral or masters-level academic degrees and either a faculty appointment or equivalent at an academic university, hospital, or research institution. Employees of small businesses, startup companies, nonprofits, or pharmaceutical companies committed to research in maternal and child health are also eligible.


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    • April 22, 2019

    The New York Life Foundation, in partnership with the National Alliance for Grieving Children, has launched an RFP cycle for Grief Reach, a grant program designed to expand the capacity of and increase access to bereavement services for grieving youth.

    The foundation has committed $1.25 million for up to thirty-seven grants that will be awarded to organizations serving grieving children across the country. There are two different grant opportunities:

    Cycle 1: Community Expansion Grants — Grant funds may be used to expand services to bereaved children and youth.

    Cycle 2: Capacity-Building Grants — Grant funds may be used to enhance organizational capacity, development, and effectiveness.

    The funds for these grants are provided by New York Life Foundation, with oversight and the RFP process managed by the National Alliance for Grieving Children. Final decisions on grants will be made by a review committee consisting of representatives from both the National Alliance for Grieving Children and the New York Life Foundation.

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    • April 26, 2019

    The Fisher House Foundation, in partnership with Newman's Own and Military Times, is accepting applications from organizations working to improve quality of life for military families.

    Grants of up to $50,000 will be awarded to organizations with innovative ideas aimed at helping veterans and their families maintain a healthy lifestyle while facing the unique trials that come with having dedicated their lives in service to our nation.

    To be eligible, organizations must be comprised primarily of volunteers and/or be tax exempt according to section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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    • April 26, 2019

    The Network for Landscape Conservation (NLC), a network of more than a hundred organizational partners and two thousand individual practitioners working to advance and implement the practice of conservation at the landscape scale, has announced a Request for Proposals for the first annual funding cycle of its Landscape Conservation Catalyst Fund.

    The purpose of the fund is to help accelerate the pace and effective practice of place-based, collaborative landscape conservation across the United States, with a specific focus on building critical capacity and forward momentum in landscape conservation partnerships through support for key building-block activities and collaborative processes that move partnerships forward. 

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    • April 30, 2019

    The Lawrence Foundation in Santa Monica, California, awards grants to qualified charitable organizations in the United States in the areas of education, the environment,  human services, disaster relief, and other causes.

    The foundation awards both program and operating grants (with no geographic restrictions) to nonprofit organizations that are tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, as well as public schools and libraries.

    International charitable organizations, private foundations, for-profit businesses, individuals, churches, and religious, charter, and magnet schools are not eligible for grants from the foundation. In addition, grants are not awarded for computer or audiovisual equipment purchases or for music or garden programs (or related equipment). Also ineligible for funding are programs and equipment for physical education, recreation, theater performance, hospices or retirement homes, political lobbying activities, and voter registration, as well as dinners, balls, and other ticketed events.

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    • April 30, 2019

    The Boulware Foundation is a new family foundation focused on increasing economic opportunities for women and girls. The foundation's goal is to fund domestic and international programs aimed at empowering women economically and moving them toward financial freedom.

    To that end, the foundation awards grants of up to $10,000 in support of projects or programs aligned with the foundation's areas of interest, including financial literacy education, workforce and vocational skill development, microfinance, and entrepreneurship. In every case, women and girls must be the targeted beneficiary population.

    To be eligible, applicants must be tax exempt under section 501(c)()3 of the United States Internal Revenue Code.

    Letters of Intent will be accepted on a rolling basis. Upon review, selected applicants will be invited to submit a full proposal.

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    • April 30, 2019

    The J.M. Kaplan Fund made a big announcement about opening up the application process for our 2019 J.M.K. Innovation Prize, which will distribute a total of $1.75 million to ten early-stage social innovators working in the environment, heritage conservation, or social justice fields. We’re working really hard this year to ensure that organizations from every corner of the nation know about the Prize and apply for funding for their communities' needs

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    • May 01, 2019

    The Conservation Alliance is a group of outdoor businesses that seeks to protect threatened wild places in North America for their habitat and recreational values. As a group of outdoor industry companies, the alliance recognizes its responsibility to help protect the wildlands and waterways on which its members' customers recreate and wildlife thrives.

    To that end, grants of up to $50,000 will be awarded in support of projects that seek to secure permanent and quantifiable protection of a specific wildland or waterway. Priority will be given to landscape-scale projects with clear benefits for habitat. In addition, campaigns should engage grassroots citizen action in support of the effort and have a clear recreational benefit.

    To be eligible, applicants must be a 501(c)(3) organization. However, before applying for funding, an organization must be nominated by one of the alliance's member companies.

    Nominations must be received no later than May 1, 2019.

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    • May 01, 2019

    We welcome proposals from organizations that:

    Advocate for policies that foster greater collaboration among sectors and high impact approaches to human services

    Clearly articulate a community and audience engagement strategy

    Demonstrate application of research on outcomes based policy driven approaches

    Implement a highly targeted evaluation that can expand integrated, high impact practices in the human services sector

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    • May 01, 2019

    The New York City-based William T. Grant Foundation is accepting applications for its Research Grants on Reducing Inequality program.

    The program supports high-quality field-initiated studies relevant to policies and practices that affect the lives of young people between the ages of 5 and 25 in the United States. Investigations into various systems, including justice, housing, child welfare, mental health, and education are encouraged. The program seeks research that builds, tests, and increases understanding of approaches to reducing inequality in youth outcomes, especially on the basis of race, ethnicity, economic standing, language minority status, and/or immigrant origins and is also interested in research dedicated to programs, policies, and practices designed to reduce inequality in academic, social, behavioral, and economic outcomes.

    The foundation does not have a preference for a particular research design or method.

    Grants typically range between $100,000 and $600,000 over two to three years. In addition to financial support, grantees receive significant time and capacity-building assistance from the foundation.

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    • May 03, 2019

    The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics is accepting applications from individual math teachers for its Professional Development Scholarship Emphasizing History, Number Theory, and Discrete Mathematics.

    In 2019-20, a scholarship of up $3,000 will be awarded to an individual currently teaching mathematics at the grade 6-12 level.

    To be eligible, applicants must be a current full individual or e-member of NCTM; have taught school mathematics for at least three years; and intend to remain in teaching. All activities must be completed by August 31, 2020.

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    • May 04, 2019

    The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics is inviting proposals from collaborative action research projects seeking to improve classroom teachers' understanding and teaching of mathematics in pre-K–8 classrooms.

    Priority will be given to collaborations consisting of university, elementary/middle school teachers, and pre-service teachers from the undergraduate ranks. The research should be designed and implemented with a focus on enhancing the teaching and/or learning of math from pre-K to grade 8.

    A single grant of up to $3,000 will be awarded. Grant funds should be used to support expenses incurred in planning and carrying out the research.

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    • May 04, 2019

    The National Association of Teachers of Mathematics is accepting applications for its School In-Service Training grants, which are designed to support the professional development of high school grade teachers looking to advance their mathematical teaching knowledge, pedagogical content knowledge, and knowledge of students as learners of mathematics.

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    • May 06, 2019

    Since 2006, the Coors Light Líderes Program has supported, honored, and highlighted up-and-coming Latino leaders for their achievements, vision, and commitment to their communities.

    Through the program, a single grant of $25,000 will be awarded to an emerging Latino leader and an affiliated nonprofit with a program or project that benefits the Hispanic community. To be considered for the award, the individual must be actively engaged in initiatives that involve leadership development, education, environmental stewardship, economic development, volunteerism, or mentoring.

    Eligible candidates must be between the age of 21 and 39, of Hispanic descent, and be associated with a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, either as a staff member or as a volunteer.

    In addition, the nominee’s affiliate nonprofit must be committed to ethical business and social practices, have a project or program that benefits the Hispanic community (or be willing to augment existing work to meet program guidelines), have programs that focus on persons age 21 and older, and not be exclusively focused on an advocacy issue such as immigration, civic participation, or voter mobilization.

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    • May 23, 2019

    The Russell Sage Foundation is accepting Letters of Inquiry for the final funding round of its Social, Economic and Political Effects of the Affordable Care Act program.

    The program supports innovative social science research on the social, economic, and political effects of the Affordable Care Act. The foundation is especially interested in funding analyses that address important questions about the effects of the reform on outcomes such as financial security and family economic well-being, labor supply and demand, participation in other public programs, family and children’s outcomes, and differential effects by age, race, ethnicity, nativity, or disability status. The foundation also is interested in research that examines the political effects of the implementation of the new law, including changes in views about government, support for future government policy changes, or the impact on policy development outside of health care.

    Funding is available for secondary analysis of data or for original data collection. Projects that propose novel uses of existing data and projects that propose to analyze newly available or underutilized data are welcomed. The foundation will not fund research on the effects of the ACA on healthcare delivery or health outcomes (e.g., barriers to implementation, changes in the quality of care and health status, or trends in enrollment and affordability), as other funders already do that.

    Grant requests are limited to no more than a two-year period, with a maximum of $150,000 (including overhead) per project.

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    • May 23, 2019

    The foundation's program on the Future of Work supports research on the causes and consequences of changes in the quality of jobs for less- and moderately-skilled workers in the United States. The foundation seeks research proposals related to the role of changes in employer practices; the nature of the labor market; and public policies on the employment, earnings, and the quality of jobs of American workers.

    Examples of the kinds of topics and questions that are of interest include but are not limited to changing economies, changing families and policy responses (or lack thereof); economics of productivity and the role of managerial practices in improving job quality; causes and consequences of job polarization; and the effects of long-term unemployment and strategies to prevent long-term disadvantage. Priority will be given to analyses of original qualitative and quantitative data sources, and novel uses of existing sources of data to address important questions related to the interplay of market and non-market forces in shaping the well-being of workers, today and in the future.

    The foundation encourages methodological variety, but all proposals should have well-developed conceptual frameworks and research designs. Analytical models should be specified and research questions and hypotheses should be clearly stated. Awards are available for research assistance, data acquisition, data analysis, and investigator time for research and writing up results.

    Grants of up to $150,000 will be awarded to qualified organizations.

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    • May 25, 2019

    The ASM Materials Education Foundation is the charitable arm of ASM International, the world's largest association of materials-centric engineers and scientists.

    Through its Living in a Material World program, the foundation will award twenty grants of $500 each to hands-on, curriculum-based K-12 projects that enhance student awareness of the materials around them. The purpose of the grants is to enhance awareness of materials science and the role that materials scientists play in society.

    Any K-12 teacher in the United States is eligible to apply.

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    • May 31, 2019

    The Lead2Feed Challenge was established to encourage middle and high school students to hone their leadership skills by completing a service-learning project that solves hunger or another community need involving a public nonprofit organization.

    Student teams from public, private, or charter middle or high schools are invited to enter. Each team must create and execute a service-learning project that raises awareness of hunger by establishing a goal that attempts to solve a local, statewide, or national hunger-related issue (i.e., helping an existing charity or creating a project whose aim is to address or solve a hunger-related problem locally or nationally); develop an action plan to achieve the goal; and demonstrate leadership. Each entry also must include a written summary or video overview of the project as well as quantifiable results.

    To be eligible, entrants must be located in the United States, the District of Columbia, or Guam and be full-time students in grades 6 to 12 at a public, private, or charter middle school or high school. Each team must comprise at least three students and a sponsoring teacher or adult adviser.

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    • May 31, 2019

    The Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood supports early-stage projects and promising research with the potential to significantly enhance the development, physical and mental health, safety, education, and/or quality of life of children from infancy through seven years of age.

    Seed grants are awarded to innovative proposals with the greatest chance of improving the lives of young children on a national scale. Because the foundation has limited funding resources, it seeks to maximize the potential impact of every grant it makes.

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    • May 31, 2019

    Authorized by Congress in 2010 as a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization, the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) works to help patients, caregivers, clinicians, policy makers, and other healthcare system stakeholders make better-informed health decisions by “advancing the quality and relevance of evidence about how to prevent, diagnose, treat, monitor, and manage diseases, disorders, and other health conditions.”

    In support of this mission, the organization is accepting applications for its Eugene Washington Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Engagement Award: Dissemination Initiative. Grants of up to $300,000 over two years will be awarded to projects that encourage the active integration of patents, caregivers, clinicians, and other healthcare stakeholders as members of the patient-centered outcomes research/clinical effectiveness research (PCOR/CER) enterprise.

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    • June 22, 2019

    The program will award up to twenty grants of $2,500 in support of innovative, creative leadership team-building programs at the elementary school level. Each winning program also will receive an in-kind grant of Crayola products valued at $1,000.

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    • June 26, 2019

    The Brookdale Foundation works to advance the fields of geriatrics and gerontology and improve the lives of senior citizens.

    Through its National Group Respite Program, the foundation provides seed grants, training, and technical assistance to organizations working to develop dementia-specific social model day programs.

    Grants will be awarded to day programs for people affected by Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia-related disorders. Programs must include a regularly scheduled, ongoing, social model day program and provide a minimum of one four-hour session per week (though longer sessions or multiple days is preferable). In addition, services must be made available to family caregivers and care partners, either through the applicant organization or in cooperation with other community agencies. Services may include individual caregiver consultation and support; caregiver support groups; caregiver education and training; and information and referral to appropriate health and social services.

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    • June 30, 2019

    NWEA, a not-for-profit provider of assessment solutions headquartered in Portland, Oregon, has announced the launch of its Educators for Equity Grant Program, a new initiative aimed at helping schools foster academic growth and achievement for pre-K-12 students who face systemic barriers to academic opportunities.

    Educators, including teachers, principals, and education specialists, may apply for a grant award for their schools or districts to fund programs and activities that directly support the academic progress of students. Fundable activities can include curricula as well as programs that support student engagement in the classroom; help facilitate dialogue amongst educators, students and families about high academic expectations; and provide needed academic supports such as academically-focused afterschool programs.

    For 2019, at least three grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded to schools, school districts, and nonprofit organizations in support of initiatives and programs designed to advance the academic development of underserved students.

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    • June 30, 2019

    NWEA, a not-for-profit provider of assessment solutions headquartered in Portland, Oregon, has announced the launch of its Educators for Equity Grant Program, a new initiative aimed at helping schools foster academic growth and achievement for pre-K-12 students who face systemic barriers to academic opportunities.

    Educators, including teachers, principals, and education specialists, may apply for a grant award for their schools or districts to fund programs and activities that directly support the academic progress of students. Fundable activities can include curricula as well as programs that support student engagement in the classroom; help facilitate dialogue amongst educators, students and families about high academic expectations; and provide needed academic supports such as academically-focused afterschool programs.

    For 2019, at least three grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded to schools, school districts, and nonprofit organizations in support of initiatives and programs designed to advance the academic development of underserved students.

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    • July 01, 2019

    The National Alliance for Grieving Children promotes awareness of the needs of children and teens grieving a death and provides education and resources for anyone who wants to support them.

    NAGC, in association with the New York Life Foundation, will award twenty one-time grants of $10,000 to childhood bereavement organizations that have identified a need and seek funding to help them operate more effectively at an organizational level.

    Proposals should fit one of five major categories, including planning activities, staff/board development, strategic relationships/collaboration, internal operations, and technology improvements; improving IT capacity through upgrades to hardware and software; networking; website updaties; and staff training designed to optimize use of technology. In addition, the project should have an impact on the organization itself, as opposed to its clients.

    To be eligible, organizations must be considered tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

    See the National Alliance for Grieving Children website for complete program guidelines and application instructions.

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    • August 01, 2019

    MacArthur today announced it will launch a new round of its 100&Change competition for a single $100 million grant to help solve one of the world's most critical social challenges. 100&Change remains open to organizations and collaborations working in any field, anywhere in the world. Proposals must identify a problem and offer a solution that promises significant and durable change; they will be accepted online only from April 30 to August 6, 2019.

    In the inaugural round of 100&Change, from 1,904 proposals submitted, Sesame Workshop and International Rescue Committee were awarded $100 million to educate young children displaced by conflict and persecution in the Syrian response region and to challenge the global system of humanitarian aid to focus more on building a foundation for future success for millions of young children. Other funders and philanthropists have committed an additional $254 million to date to support bold solutions by 100&Change applicants, including a $100 million LEGO Foundation grant to Sesame Workshop and $9 million in funding from USAID and GHR Foundation to Catholic Relief Services. Many 100&Change applicants found that the competition challenged them to be more ambitious in their thinking, facilitated collaboration among groups to tackle an issue at a broader scale, and enabled them to create proposals they could use to pursue other funding.

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    • August 16, 2019

    The quality of one’s health is determined by multiple factors: the natural environment, economic opportunities, genetic factors and, to a small degree, medical care. Yet, for many people, it is the conditions in which they live that impact their health the most. Many neighborhoods experience limited access to affordable fresh food, safe places for recreation, high-quality education and living-wage jobs. People who live in these neighborhoods may be exposed to environmental hazards due to the proximity of polluting industries and substandard housing. Improving these conditions promotes health equity among people in low-income neighborhoods and fosters improved health for entire communities.

    Community residents often have a sophisticated understanding of the challenges they face and the solutions that will alleviate these challenges. Equitable and sustainable solutions are best created when leaders of community-based organizations truly engage residents in creating strategies to address neighborhood priorities. Together, they can achieve results that are superior and more durable than solutions imposed from the outside.

    Community-driven solutions are locally determined and contextually appropriate approaches to influence changes in policies, systems, services and practices that create equitable conditions that affect the health and well-being of communities. Local and place-based approaches hold the potential create meaningful and lasting impact and serve as new models for community change.

    Through this focus area, we work to:

    Improve housing affordability and quality through local policy changes

    Support communities to achieve their aspirations to drive more equitable policies, systems and practices.

    Increase the adoption of food-oriented development.

    Increase the adoption of inclusive or community-driven models of community development that address community conditions such as housing, food systems and safety.

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    • October 01, 2019

    The Toshiba America Foundation is accepting grant applications from K-5 grade school teachers for innovative science or math projects in their classroom.

    The foundation awards individual grants of up to $1,000 to any K-5 teacher in a public or private nonprofit school in support of a hands-on science or math education project. Funds are intended for project-related materials only. The foundation strongly encourages projects planned and led by individual teachers or teams of teachers for use in their classrooms.

    Summer projects or afterschool programs will not be considered. Salaries, facility maintenance, textbooks, video production, audio-visual equipment, and education research are not eligible for funding.

    For complete program guidelines, information about past recipients, and application instructions, see the Toshiba America Foundation website.

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Past Grants

March 16, 2019 Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation Impact Software Grants
March 15, 2019 Arsht-Cannon Fund
March 15, 2019 Aspen Institute Social Innovation Program Invites Applications for Hearst Fellowship for Minority Students
March 15, 2019 Braitmayer Foundation Seeks Proposals for Innovative K-12 Education Programs
March 15, 2019 Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations Accepting Proposals for Fund for a Just Society
March 15, 2019 Nanticoke Rotary Grant
March 13, 2019 RWJF Invites Applications for Interdisciplinary Research Leaders Program
March 08, 2019 William Penn Foundation Accepting Implementation Inquiries for Early Education Leadership Fellowship Program
March 08, 2019 Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation Accepting Proposals for Collaborative Performing Arts Tours
February 28, 2019 Community Thrives
February 25, 2019 WMF Invites Applications for Howard G. Buffett Fund for Women Journalists
February 22, 2019 Delaware Community Foundation Capital Project Grants
February 21, 2019 Gates Foundation School Improvement Grants
February 08, 2019 RWJF Issues RFP for Health and Climate Solutions Program
February 01, 2019 Van Ameringen Foundation Accepting LOIs for Mental Health Programs
February 01, 2019 NIHCM Foundation Issues Call for Nominations for Health Care Research Award
February 01, 2019 RRF Accepting Applications for Projects in Aging
February 01, 2019 Spencer Foundation Invites Proposals for Education Research Projects
February 01, 2019 PhRMA Foundation Accepting Applications for Health Outcomes Program
February 01, 2019 ACHA Accepting Applications for Annual College Mental Health Award
February 01, 2019 Clif Bar Family Foundation Accepting Applications for Small Grants Program
January 31, 2019 Fund for Women
January 31, 2019 Center for Retirement Research Accepting Applications for Research Projects
January 31, 2019 Local Initiatives Support Consortium Invites Grant Applications for NFL Foundation Grassroots Program
January 31, 2019 Voya Foundation Accepting Applications for STEM and Financial Literacy Programs
January 31, 2019 Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood Invites Letters of Intent
January 26, 2019 RPM Foundation Invites Applications for Vintage Vehicle Restoration Education Programs
January 25, 2019 U.S. Soccer Foundation Invites Applications for Safe Places to Play Program
January 24, 2019 Big Read Accepting Grant Applications for Community-Wide Reading Programs
January 19, 2019 LOIs for Community Bike Program
January 15, 2019 Captain Planet Foundation Accepting Applications for Ecotech Grants
January 11, 2019 Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative
January 09, 2019 William T. Grant Foundation Seeks Applications for Inequality Research Grants
January 08, 2019 2019 Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Awards
January 08, 2019 Impact Fund Offers Support for Litigation to Advance Social Justice
January 04, 2019 Community Environmental Project Fund
January 01, 2019 Baseball Tomorrow Fund Invites Applications from Youth Baseball and Softball Programs
December 31, 2018 Home Depot Foundation Invites Applications for Community Impact Program
December 31, 2018 Walmart Foundation Accepting Applications for Community Grant Program
December 31, 2018 American Academy of Dermatology Shade Structure Grant Program.
December 28, 2018 Latham Foundation for the Promotion of Humane Education Issues RFP
December 18, 2018 Application Period Now Open for Native American Language-Immersion Grants
December 17, 2018 KidsGardening Invites Applications for School Garden Packages
December 17, 2018 DuPont Pioneer Excellence in Agricultural Science Education Award
December 15, 2018 Fleishhacker Foundation Accepting LOIs for Literacy Programs
December 15, 2018 American Mathematical Society Accepting Applications for Youth Summer Programs
December 15, 2018 American Association of University Women Accepting Applications for Career Development Grants
December 15, 2018 ACOG Seeks Submissions for Women's Health Policy Research Award
December 13, 2018 RWJF Issues RFP for National Program Center for Health Policy Research Scholars Program
December 12, 2018 Bruner Foundation Accepting Submissions for Award for Urban Excellence
December 11, 2018 American Association of University Women Accepting Applications for Community Action Grants
December 07, 2018 Resist Accepting Applications for Social Change, Justice Grants
December 03, 2018 NCAA Accepting Applications for Innovations in Research and Practice Grant Program
December 03, 2018 The Connection Invites Application for Classroom Social Media Grants
December 01, 2018 EREF Accepting Applications for Sustainable Solid Waste Management Research
December 01, 2018 Libraries and Autism Accepting Applications for Autism Welcome Here Grants
December 01, 2018 Brady Education Foundation Seeks Applications for Program Development and Evaluation
December 01, 2018 Libraries and Autism Accepting Applications for Autism Welcome Here Grants
November 30, 2018 SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund Accepting Applications for Wildlife Conservation Projects
November 30, 2018 The Atlantic Seeks Nominations for Renewal Awards to Honor America's Nonprofits
November 30, 2018 Russell Sage Foundation Invites LOIs for Immigration Research
November 26, 2018 NewSchools Venture Funds Invites Proposals for Pre-K-12 Learning Initiatives
November 20, 2018 Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Invites Applications for Undergraduate Scholarships
November 15, 2018 amfAR Policy Fellowship
November 02, 2018 NCTM Accepting Applications for Grades 7-12 Classroom Teacher Research Grants
November 02, 2018 NCTM Accepting Applications for Equity in Mathematics Grants
November 02, 2018 NCTM Accepting Applications for Projects Connecting Mathematics to Other 9-12 Grade Subjects
November 01, 2018 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Announces 2019 Culture of Health Prize
November 01, 2018 National Academy of Education Invites Applications for Research Fellowships
November 01, 2018 Lalor Foundation Accepting Applications for Reproductive Health Programs
October 22, 2018 Open Society Foundations Accepting Applications for Soros Justice Fellowships
October 15, 2018 Whole Kids Foundation Accepting Applications for Honey Bee Hive Program
October 15, 2018 Ben & Jerry's Foundation Seeks Proposals for Social and Environmental Justice Projects
October 12, 2018 NCTM Accepting Applications for Emerging Teacher-Leaders Grants for Elementary Math Teachers
October 05, 2018 Nature Conservancy Accepting Proposals for School Gardens
October 01, 2018 Laffey-McHugh Foundation
October 01, 2018 AEG Community Foundation Grant Opportunity
October 01, 2018 Clif Bar Family Foundation Accepting Applications for Small Grants
October 01, 2018 Constellation Seeks Applications for E2 Energy to Education Grants
October 01, 2018 Clif Bar Family Foundation Accepting Applications for Small Grants
September 30, 2018 TESOL International Association Accepting Applications for Teacher Materials Grants
September 30, 2018 Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood Invites Letters of Intent
September 28, 2018 Lowe's Charitable and Education Foundation Accepting Applications for Toolbox for Education Grants
September 28, 2018 YouthBuild Funding Opportunity
September 27, 2018 Simons Foundation Accepting Applications for Fellowships in Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
September 25, 2018 Professional Services Bidding Opportunity for DOE18100-SCHOOL_SVC, In School Youth Services
September 25, 2018 Levitt AMP Grants
September 25, 2018 Conquer Cancer Foundation Accepting Applications for Annual Career Development Award
September 25, 2018 Levitt Foundation Issues CFA for Outdoor Music Concert Program
September 25, 2018 Rockefeller Brothers Fund
September 21, 2018 American College of Trial Lawyers Invites Applications for 2019 Gumpert Award
September 15, 2018 American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Seeks Applications for Research
September 15, 2018 Amphion Foundation Accepting Applications From Non-Performing Musical Organizations
September 13, 2018 Truth Initiative Accepting Applications for Tobacco-Free College Program
September 08, 2018 MidAtlantic Arts Foundation
September 07, 2018 William T. Grant Foundation Accepting Applications for Institutional Challenge Grants
September 01, 2018 PhRMA Foundation Accepting Applications for Informatics Grants
August 31, 2018 John Templeton Foundation Invites Letters of Inquiry for Core Funding Areas
August 31, 2018 TD Charitable Foundation Invites Applications for 2018 Housing for Everyone Grants
August 31, 2018 Kent Richard Hofmann Accepting LOIs for Community-Based HIV/AIDS Efforts
August 15, 2018 AAFP Accepting Applications From Free Clinics Grant Program
August 06, 2018 Beckman Foundation Accepting LOIs for Young Investigator Program
August 01, 2018 American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Accepting LOIs for Focus Grants
August 01, 2018 Toshiba America Foundation Accepting Applications for Science, Math Projects
July 31, 2018 AmerisourceBergen Foundation Accepting LOIs for Opioid Resource Grant Program
July 30, 2018 Evaluating the Four-Day School Week Policy
July 26, 2018 National Alliance for Grieving Children Announces Capacity-Building Grants Program
June 25, 2018 Request for Proposal: Innovative Solutions in Education-to-Employment
June 25, 2018 Robert Wood Johnson Issues RFP for Healthy Eating Research
June 25, 2018 Rockefeller, Kresge Seek LOIs for Community Opportunity Funds
June 20, 2018 Detwiler Family Foundation Invites Applications for Projects Benefiting Children
May 31, 2018 Baseball Tomorrow Fund Invites Applications from Youth Baseball and Softball Programs
May 29, 2018 Elton John Aids Foundation Seeks Letters of Intent for HIV/AIDS Projects
May 27, 2018 NIHCM Foundation Accepting LOIs for Healthcare Journalism Projects
May 26, 2018 Audacious Project Seeks Ideas to Create Change at Scale
May 17, 2018 RWJF Accepting Applications for 2018 Sports Award
May 14, 2018 NIHCM Foundation Invites LOIs for Investigator-Initiated Health Services Research Grants
May 09, 2018 Clif Bar Family Foundation Accepting Applications for Small Grants
May 01, 2018 Karma for Cara Foundation Invites Applications for Youth Grants
May 01, 2018 Mazda Foundation Invites Applications for 2018 Giving Program
May 01, 2018 PeopleForBikes Invites LOIs for Fall 2018 Community Grant Program
April 30, 2018 AFRICAN AMERICAN EMPOWERMENT FUND OF DELAWARE
April 30, 2018 Potter Trust Grants-Kent County
April 24, 2018 Fund for Shared Insight Seeks Applications for Listen for Good Initiative
April 18, 2018 Fuel Up to Play 60 Invites Applications for K-12 Healthy Food Programs
April 16, 2018 RWJF Issues RFP for Evidence in Action Program
April 16, 2018 Creative Capital Accepting Applications for Arts Writers Grant Program
April 02, 2018 Kresge Emerging leaders in Public Health
March 15, 2018 Roslyn S. Jaffe Awards Issues 2018 Call for Nominations
March 14, 2018 Dollar General Literacy Foundation Accepting Applications for Youth Literacy Grant Program
March 06, 2018 National Alliance for Accessible Golf Invites Grant Applications
March 02, 2018 IEEE Foundation Issues 2018 Request for Proposals
March 02, 2018 Online News Association Invites Applications tor Challenge Fund for Innovation in Journalism Education
March 02, 2018 School for Healthy Kids Issues RFP for School Breakfast Program Grants
March 02, 2018 ACS Seeks Proposals on Role of Health Care and Insurance in Improving Cancer Prevention Outcomes
March 02, 2018 Aspen Institute Social Innovation Program Invites Applications for Hearst Fellowship for Minority Students
March 01, 2018 Drucker Institute Invites Applications for Nonprofit Innovation Award
March 01, 2018 Impact Fund Offers Support for Litigation to Advance Social Justice
February 27, 2018 Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Invites Applications to Young Scholars Program
February 26, 2018 Bloomberg Philanthropies Launches 2018 Public Art Challenge for U.S. Cities
February 23, 2018 Fed Ex Small Business Grant
February 23, 2018 Gannett Crowd Rise Grant
February 05, 2018 AstraZeneca Healthcare Foundation Invites Proposals for Community Cardiovascular Health Projects
February 02, 2018 RWJF Seeks Applications for 2018 Interdisciplinary Research Leaders Program
February 01, 2018 ESA Foundation Seeks Proposals From Women for Computer, Video Game Scholarships
February 01, 2018 Braitmayer Foundation Seeks Proposals for Innovative K-12 Education Programs
January 29, 2018 William T. Grant Foundation Seeks Applications for Inequality Research
January 29, 2018 Hillman Foundation Accepting Proposals for Innovations in Care Program
January 22, 2018 Arsht-Cannon Fund
January 16, 2018 Fender Music Foundation Announces Guitar Donations
January 01, 2018 DCF Capital Grants
December 11, 2017 Fund for Woman 2018 Grant
November 02, 2017 RWJF Issues RFP for Solutions to Social Isolation
October 19, 2017 KidsGardening Invites Applications for 2018 School Garden Packages
October 18, 2017 TD Bank and Arbor Day Foundation Invite Applications for Urban Forestry Projects
October 12, 2017 Vintage Vehicle Restoration Education Programs
October 12, 2017 America Walks Accepting Applications for Application for 2017 Community Change Grants
October 12, 2017 Sugarlands Distilling Co. 2018 MoonShare program
October 06, 2017 People With Disabilities Foundation Invites LOIs for Pilot Programs
October 04, 2017 Russell Sage Foundation Seeks Letters of Inquiry for Social Inequality Research
October 02, 2017 Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation Accepting Letters of Intent for Innovation Grants
October 02, 2017 Disabled American Veterans Charitable Service Trust
October 01, 2017 Finish Line Youth Foundation
September 29, 2017 Beacon Invites Submissions for Technology-Focused K-8 Lesson Plans
September 28, 2017 Brady Education Foundation Seeks Applications for Program Development and Evaluation
September 27, 2017 AARP Foundation Issues RFP for Evidence-Based Solutions for Vulnerable Older Adults
September 25, 2017 Laura and John Arnold Foundation Interventions for People Who Cycle Through Multiple Systems
September 22, 2017 Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation
September 22, 2017 Obama Foundation
September 21, 2017 NCTM to Support Mathematics Learning in Multilingual Classrooms
September 20, 2017 Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Invites Applications for Undergraduate Scholarships
September 19, 2017 Truth Initiative Accepting Applications for Tobacco-Free College Program
September 07, 2017 Spencer Foundation Education Research Projects
September 07, 2017 American Academy Of Dermatology
September 07, 2017 Chamber Music America
September 07, 2017 Arthur Vining Davis Foundations for Higher Education Program
September 01, 2017 Catholic Campaign for Human Development’s (CCHD) Community Development Grant Program
August 30, 2017 Robert Woods Johnson Foundation
August 30, 2017 RWJF Announces 2018 Culture of Health Prize
August 30, 2017 Education Learning and Leadership Grants
August 30, 2017 Impact Fund Offers Support for Litigation to Advance Social Justice
August 30, 2017 Environmental Education Teacher Professional Development Grants
August 15, 2017 Robert Woods Johnson Foundation
August 14, 2017 Robert Woods Johnson Foundation
August 01, 2017 Corridor Revitalization Fund
July 26, 2017 TD Charitable Foundation Housing for Everyone Grant Competition
July 24, 2017 AIDS United-Positive Organizing Project
July 07, 2017 Levitt Foundation Issues CFA for 2018 Outdoor Music Concert Program
July 07, 2017 American Public Transportation Association-Local Grants
June 30, 2017 DHHS-Refugee Career Pathways Program
April 02, 2017 The Laffey-McHugh Foundation

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