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    • July 22, 2019

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    The Home Depot Foundation’s (THDF) Veteran Housing Grants Program awards grants to nonprofit organizations for the new construction or rehabilitation of permanent supportive housing for veterans. Awards typically range from $100,000 to $500,000.

    Organizations or individuals with projects focused on single home construction or repair would not qualify for this program and may be a better fit for our Community Impact Grant programs. Single repair requests should reach out to our National Partners who are already funded to assist qualifying veterans.

    Eligible Applicants

    • Grants are only awarded to 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations that have been in good standing with the Internal Revenue Service for at least 5 years.
    • Organizations with a current operating budget of at least $300,000 and audited financial statements from the past three years.
    • Organizations with previous experience developing, and currently manage or own, veteran specific housing.
    • Organizations must have a 15+ year ownership stake in the development.
    • Organizations must be involved in the Continuum of Care or local collaboration to end homelessness in their community.

    Eligible Developments/Programs

    • New construction and rehabilitation of multifamily, permanent supportive housing.
    • Grants will be awarded solely for the physical construction of housing for veterans (hard costs). THDF does not provide funding for soft costs, such as furnishings, rental subsidies, tenant services, etc.
    • Target population of honorably discharged veterans, at or below 80% AMI.
    • THDF grant funding must comprise less than 50% of the total development cost of the project/program.
    • The amount of funding requested does not exceed $20,000 per veteran unit.
    • 75% of the development/program’s funding sources have been identified at the time of proposal submission.
    • Project will commence within twelve months of proposal submission.
    • At least 20% of the housing units must be reserved for veterans.
    • Proposals must provide evidence of a third party binding agreement that ensures the units are a. 1) Reserved for veterans; and b.2) Occupied by veterans for a minimum of 15 years for rental or 3 years for homeownership (i.e. project-based HUDVASH, other funder requirement, deed restriction, zoning requirement, etc.).
    • Supportive services must be provided.

    Click here for more information. 

    • July 26, 2019

    The PeopleForBikes Community Grant Program provides funding in support of important projects that build momentum for bicycling in communities across the U.S., including bike paths and rail trails, mountain bike trails, bike parks, BMX facilities, and large-scale bicycle advocacy initiatives. In its current grant cycle, the organization is dedicating efforts to get more children and youth on bikes and specifically seeks applications for bike park and pump track projects. Grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded in support of engineering and design work, construction costs (including materials, labor, and equipment rental), and reasonable volunteer support costs.

    To be eligible, applicants must be a nonprofit organization with a focus on bicycling, active transportation, or community development; a city or county agency or department; or a state or federal agency working locally. Projects must be based in the United States.

    Letters of Intent are due July 26. Upon review, selected applicants will be invited to submit a full project proposal by October 18, 2019.

    See the PeopleForBikes website for complete program guidelines, application instructions, and previously funded projects.

    Who Can Apply

    PeopleForBikes accepts grant applications from non-profit organizations with a focus on bicycling, active transportation, or community development, from city or county agencies or departments, and from state or federal agencies working locally. PeopleForBikes only funds projects in the United States. Requests must support a specific project or program; we do not grant funds for general operating costs.

    PeopleForBikes focuses most grant funds on bicycle infrastructure projects such as:

    • Bike paths, lanes, trails, and bridges
    • Mountain bike facilities
    • Bike parks and pump tracks
    • BMX facilities
    • End-of-trip facilities such as bike racks, bike parking, bike repair stations and bike storage
    • We also fund some advocacy projects, such as:
    • Programs that transform city streets, such as Ciclovías or Open Streets Days
    • Campaigns to increase the investment in bicycle infrastructure
    • PeopleForBikes will fund engineering and design work, construction costs including materials, labor, and equipment rental, and reasonable volunteer support costs. For advocacy projects, we will fund staffing that is directly related to accomplishing the goals of the initiative.

    PeopleForBikes accepts requests for funding of up to $10,000. We do not require a specific percentage match, but we do look at leverage and funding partnerships very carefully. We will not consider grant requests in which our funding would amount to 50% or more of the project budget.

    Click here for more information

    • July 29, 2019

    IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access) Opera Grants are OPERA America’s first grant program designed with a racial equity lens. It is generously supported by the Charles and Cerise Jacobs Charitable Foundation, which is committed to promoting equal rights and social justice through education, music and the law. This new program provides support for the promotion and development of new works by artists of color who may not have worked previously in the field.

    OPERA America believes that different perspectives, cultural histories, life experiences and personal stories enrich the operatic repertoire. OPERA America is committed to supporting creators who reflect the diversity of the nation. 

    OPERA America invites proposals from creators with racial or cultural identities including African, Latinx, Asian, Arab and/or Native American (ALAANA). Applicants must be able to demonstrate their ability to create theatrical works for the voice and instrumental ensemble. Applicants may request up to $12,500 for activities that include the production of a workshop, reading or other performance-based event.

    May 21, 2019: Application materials available
    July 29, 2019: Intent to apply deadline
    September 9, 2019: Application deadline
    October 2019: Adjudication and notification
    December 1, 2019 – June 30, 2021: Activity period

    Click here for more information


    • July 30, 2019


    Wells Fargo Homeownership Counseling Grant Program (HCGP) provides financial resources to local nonprofit housing organizations to create affordable and sustainable homeownership opportunities for low-to-moderate income (LMI) people. The grant program focuses exclusively on homebuyer counseling, homebuyer education, and foreclosure prevention activities. All grants are reviewed by a local Wells Fargo Housing Philanthropy charitable giving manager and committee for final funding decision.

    Program segments

    Wells Fargo provides grants for costs directly associated with programs or projects that qualify as an HCGP program segment.

    • Homebuyer counseling
    • Homebuyer education
    • Foreclosure prevention counseling

    See program requirements and restrictions for more information on eligibility and requirements for our grant program.

    Proposal submission

    Eligible applicants must complete and submit an online application to be considered for funding. Those who submit applications during the HCGP submission periods will be notified in writing about funding decisions by the adjacent decision date. Incomplete proposals may delay the decision date. Applicants submitting proposals online will receive an immediate email confirmation that their application has been received. Should the submission-period end date fall on a weekend or holiday, the submission period will extend to the next business day after the original submission period end date.

    Submission periods

    • February 1 — 28, 2019 (decisions made by June 30, 2019)
    • July 1 — 30, 2019 (decisions made by November 30, 2019)

    Online applications

    You can submit a new application or return to an existing application or review the Homeownership Counseling Grant Program Application Guide for screenshots and helpful hints to help complete your application.

    Click here for more information on Wells Fargo website. 

    • July 31, 2019

    The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) in Chevy Chase, Maryland, is inviting applications for the third round of its Inclusive Excellence Initiative (IE3), which is designed to promote diversity and inclusion in science education.

    The program challenges colleges and universities to work with faculty to examine and change campus cultures so that a diverse group of students feel included in science. More than 1,400 institutions are eligible to compete, and HHMI expects to award grants to up to 30 more schools, with $1 million provided to each over five years.

    Through the initiative, HHMI awarded its first grants in 2017 to 24 schools. A year later, it selected an additional 33 schools for the program. The 57 grantee schools have each embarked on their own experiments and are taking different approaches to dismantling barriers to inclusion on campus. All have committed, however, to becoming part of a learning community that engages in the process of inclusive excellence — a process that includes self-reflection, experimentation, knowledge sharing, and listening to and supporting one another.

    To apply for an Inclusive Excellence grant, schools must first submit an LOI by July 31, 2019. Eligible schools will be invited to submit a pre-proposal by January 14, 2020. HHMI will select and send invitations for finalist proposals in late spring of 2020, and finalists will be invited to participate in a workshop at HHMI, where they will work in groups to discuss one another's ideas, in August. Final proposals will be due December 1, 2020, with awards to be announced in September 2021.

    For more information about the initiative and additional application instructions, see the Howard Hughes Medical Institute website.


    • July 31, 2019

    Image result for SFFILM logoThrough the Westridge Grant, SFFILM supports U.S.-based independent narrative feature films that seek to address social issues and pressing questions of our time through creative and original storytelling.

    To that end, four or five grants of up to $25,000 will be awarded to filmmakers in support of thought-provoking, vibrant, intelligent, original, and moving projects in the screenwriting or development phase that explore current social issues through plot, character, theme, and/or setting. Projects should have strong and recognizable social value and contribute to a greater public understanding of a disenfranchised group, identify an area where social change is needed, and/or bring to light a complex and/or inspirational story, condition, or issue. Grants will be awarded in two categories:

    Screenwriting Grants — Grants will be awarded to writers or writer/directors who have at least one draft of their screenplay completed. The expectation is that at the end of the six-month grant period, screenwriting grantees will have a final or nearly final draft of their script completed.

    Development Grants — Grants will be awarded to producers who are attached to films with a completed script. These producers must be prepared to begin to package (attach talent, hire a casting agent, scout locations, etc.) their films. The expectation is that at the end of the six-month grant period, the grantee will have made significant progress toward setting a production date and/or securing financing.

    In addition to financial support, grant recipients will receive benefits through artistic development programs as well as support and feedback from SFFILM and Westridge Foundation staff.

    To be eligible, applicants must be at least 18 years of age. Those applicants in the screenwriting phase must be the writer or writer/director on the project. If there is a co-writer, a director who is not a writer, or a producer attached to the project, they must be co-applicant(s). Projects in the development phase must be the producer (s) of the project, and the writer or writer/director must be the co-applicant(s).

    The majority of the project (at least 90 percent) must be set and filmed in the United States.

    Documentary, short film, or series projects are not supported.

    An application fee of $25 will be applied through July 10, and a fee of $45 between July 11 and July 31, 2019.

    See the SFFILM website for complete program guidelines and application instructions.

    Click here for more information


    • 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 01, 2019

    2017_rrca_logo_website_blueSince 2007, the Road Runners Club of America and the Kids Run the Nation initiative have assisted running clubs, schools, and community nonprofits interested in implementing or currently hosting youth-running programs.

    In 2019, a total of $30,000 will be awarded in the form of small grants ranging from $500 to $1,000 to start-up or pre-existing, gender-inclusive, structured running programs. Programs should have a goal to have kids running regularly (more than once a week) for multiple weeks, as opposed to participating in a single event (although the program can culminate in a fun run or other organized running event). Programs should be focused on participation and ideally will use the RRCA's Kids Run the Nation youth-running curriculum.

    Examples of things and activities funded through the program include marketing materials (brochures, posters, fliers, and other printed or digital materials informing parents about the program); advertising; a program website; permit or usage fees for a local park or running track; hydration supplies (including water bottles, cups, or coolers); snacks and meals for program participants; incentives and awards such as Toe Tokens®, ribbons, shirts, water bottles, backpack tags, patches, etc; and mileage logs, worksheets, and other written materials for program participants.

    To be eligible, applicants must be a running club, event, or other organization with tax exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Elementary and middle schools that provide an organized afterschool running program are eligible, as are schools, parent booster clubs, PTAs, or similar entities.

    Click here to see the Road Runners Club of America website for complete program guidelines and application instructions.



    • August 01, 2019

    ncrg-logo.gifThe National Center for Responsible Gaming offers Seed Grants in support of a variety of research activities, exploring the etiology, prevention and treatment of gambling disorder:

    • Pilot and feasibility studies
    • Secondary analysis of existing data
    • Small, self-contained research projects
    • Development of research methodology
    • Development of new research technology

    The National Center for Responsible Gaming (NCRG) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that has served as the only national, private funder of scientific research on gambling disorders in the United States since 1996. (For a list of grants supported by the NCRG since 1996, go to NCRG website.  The NCRG awards grants on a competitive basis under the leadership of the Scientific Advisory Board. Composed of leading, independent scientists with expertise in addiction and related topics, the Scientific Advisory Board plays a vital role by ensuring the NCRG follows rigorous standards in awarding grants for only the highest quality research proposals. 

    Available Funding

    Applicants may request up to $30,000 in direct costs plus 15 percent Facilities and Administration costs for a period not to exceed 12 months. The Principal Investigator may receive only one Seed Grant per cycle.

    The 2019 call for proposals is for research with direct implications for gambling policy. Please go to NRCG website for the full announcement. Please note that proposals based on topics other than policy are welcome.

    Eligible Applicants

    Domestic or international, public or private, non-profit or for-profit organizations are eligible to apply for NCRG funding. The Principal Investigator must have a PhD, MD, or other terminal degree. The NCRG encourages early career investigators to apply for a Seed Grant.

    Click here for full RFP


    • August 05, 2019

    American Board of Psychiatry and NeurologyThe American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc. (ABPN) is a nonprofit corporation founded in 1934 following conferences of committees appointed by the American Psychiatric Association, the American Neurological Association, and what was then the Section on Nervous and Mental Diseases of the American Medical Association to identify qualified specialists in psychiatry and neurology.

    ABPN currently is inviting applications for its Faculty Innovation in Education Award. Through the program, grants of $100,000 over two years will be awarded to one or two psychiatrists and one or two neurologists in support of education and/or evaluation projects that promote effective residency/fellowship training or lifelong learning for practicing psychiatrists and neurologists.

    While any project relevant to the education and/or assessment of psychiatrists and neurologists will be considered, ABPN is particularly interested in innovative approaches to training program directors how to implement clinical skills evaluations; innovative approaches to faculty development with respect to clinical skills evaluations; innovative approaches to the development and assessment of professional competence; strategies to promote lifelong learning; innovative curricula for continuing certification (maintenance of certification), including teaching about MOC in residency; strategies to promote public education about and input into board certification; and strategies to promote physician resilience and prevent burnout.

    Preference will be given to projects that have the potential for use in more than one site and to applicants who are at a junior or mid-faculty level.

    To be eligible, applicants must be certified by ABPN; participate in its continuing certification (maintenance of certification) program; hold an unrestricted license to practice medicine in a state, commonwealth, territory, or possession of the United States; comply with ABPN’s conflict-of-interest policies and procedures; and hold a faculty appointment in a psychiatry or neurology department (or its equivalent) in a U.S. LCME-accredited medical school.

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    • August 06, 2019

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    The Employment and Training Administration (ETA), U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced the availability of approximately $85 million in grant funds authorized by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) (Pub. L 113-128) for Youth Build. 

    The Department of Labor has administered the YouthBuild program since September 2006. The YouthBuild program is administered by the Employment and Training Administration's Office of Workforce Investment, Division of Youth Services.

    YouthBuild is a community-based pre-apprenticeship program that provides job training and educational opportunities for at-risk youth ages 16-24 who have previously dropped out of high school. Youth learn vocational skills in construction, as well as in other in-demand industries, including health care, information technology, and hospitality. Youth also provide community service through the required construction or rehabilitation of affordable housing for low-income or homeless families in their own neighborhoods. Youth split their time between the vocational training work site and the classroom, where they earn their high school diploma or equivalency degree, learn to be community leaders, and prepare for postsecondary training opportunities, including college, apprenticeships, and employment. YouthBuild includes significant support systems, such as a mentoring, follow-up education, employment, and personal counseling services; and participation in community service and civic engagement. There are approximately 210 actively-funded DOL YouthBuild programs at any given time in more than 40 states, serving over 6,000 youth nationally per year.


    Under this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA), DOL will award grants through a competitive process to organizations providing pre-apprenticeship services that support education, occupational skills training, and employment services to at-risk youth, ages 16 to 24, while performing meaningful work and service to their communities. In addition to construction skills training, YouthBuild applicants may include occupational skills training in other in-demand industries. This expansion into additional in-demand industries is the Construction Plus component, a priority in this grant competition.

    DOL hopes to serve approximately 5,250 participants during the grant period of performance, with approximately 70 projects awarded across the country. Individual grants will range from $700,000 to $1.5 million and require a 25 percent match from applicants, using sources other than Federal funding.


    Opportunity Number FOA-ETA-19-04
    Agency DOL-ETA 
    Posted Date: June 6, 2019 
    Closes: August 6, 2019 


    Click here for Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA)

    Click here for Fact Sheet

    Click here for more information on Department of Labor's website

    Click here for more information on Grants.Gov 


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    • August 07, 2019

      Established in 1971 as an independent nonprofit organization with the mission of serving individual artists in New York State, the New York Foundation for the Arts today works to empower working artists and emerging arts organizations across all disciplines at critical stages in their creative lives or professional/organizational development.

    To that end, NYFA is accepting applications for a new program, the Recharge Foundation Fellowship for New Surrealist Art. Funded by the Gu family and administered by NYFA, the program will award a $5,000 grant to a painter living in the United States or a U.S. territory and working in the New Surrealist style. The New Surrealist style is an extension of the Surrealist movement, in which artists combine relatable imagery in uncanny and unexpected situations in their work.

    To be eligible, applicants must be a painter at any level of his/her career working in the New Surrealist style and be at least 18 years of age at the time of application. (Young painters in bachelor’s or master’s degree programs are eligible.) Applicants also need to be a resident of the United States.

    See the NYFA website HERE for more information. 

    • August 07, 2019

    Image result for NFWF logoThe Conservation Partners Program (CPP) is a collaborative effort between the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) (http://www.nrcs.usda.gov), the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) (www.nfwf.org), and Altria.

    The purpose of the partnership is to provide grants on a competitive basis to advance the implementation of three complementary priorities: NRCS’s Landscape Conservation Initiatives, NFWF’s Conservation Priorities, and the NRCS-U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service partnership – “Working Lands for Wildlife”. In order to maximize benefits to these three priorities, the CPP targets investments in identified Program Priority Areas (PPAs).

    The CPP program funding will support:

    • Projects that accelerate on the ground delivery and implementation of NRCS/NFWF initiatives and Farm Bill conservation programs within the Program Priority Areas listed below through technical assistance activities
    • Incorporation of best available science in applying conservation systems and strategically focusing resources where the greatest conservation opportunities exist
    • Increased landowner/manager awareness and participation in NRCS/NFWF initiatives and Farm Bill programs
    • Identifying and promoting positive economic outcomes as a result of conservation system implementation

    GEOGRAPHIC FOCUS

    The Conservation Partners Program is a nationwide program with specific priority areas where funding will be directed. A total of approximately $4.6 million will be available through this funding opportunity.

    Competitive proposals will be focused on one of the six Program Priority Areas listed below:
    • Grassland Bird Habitat
    • Great Lakes
    • Mississippi River Basin
    • Pacific Salmon
    • Soil Health – North Carolina and Columbia River Valley
    • Working Lands for Wildlife

    Click here for more information on the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation


    • August 16, 2019

    Image result for nature conservancy logoThrough the generous support of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, the Nature Conservancy has issued a Request for Proposals for two additional rounds of grant funding for projects with the potential to substantially increase the use of natural climate solutions through the U.S. Natural Climate Solutions Accelerator program, which is focused on helping kick-start innovative and scalable approaches to capturing greenhouse gas emissions by using natural and working lands in the United States. The program's steering committee approved the first five grants in the fall of 2018 and plans to complete two additional rounds of grantmaking over the next twelve months.

    In 2018, a new TNC-led study found that Natural Climate Solutions — which include reforestation, cover crops, coastal restoration, and other management practices could prevent or sequester more than one-fifth of annual U.S. greenhouse gas pollution — the equivalent of removing the emissions from all U.S. cars and trucks from the road.

    While significant investments are now being made in renewable energy and other technologies to de-carbonize the energy sector, the Accelerator program seeks to correspondingly increase investment in the oldest, and one of the most cost-effective carbon capture technologies there is — nature. Over time, the program strives to support and develop a portfolio of proven approaches and mechanisms to deploying natural solutions that landowners, state and federal governments, corporations, and other climate leaders can efficiently implement on a broad scale.

    Proposals are invited from 501(c)(3) not-for-profits for work located anywhere in the United States. A selection committee will evaluate proposals and select projects primarily based on their assessment of the potential for delivering significant climate change mitigation benefits; likelihood of reaching transformative scale; and the capacity of the affiliated organizations to achieve success.

    The selection committee will prioritize funding for a diverse portfolio of projects representing novel approaches for scaling climate solutions in a range of natural and working lands (forests, agricultural lands and grasslands, and wetlands) and geographies.

    The deadline for the second round of applications is August 16, 2019. Applicants can request up to $250,000 per project. (A third application period will be announced in the early 2020.) Up to $1.7 million will be awarded in these two rounds of grantmaking, in addition to mentorship and networking opportunities.

    See the Nature Conservancy website for a complete program description, application instructions and a link to the online form application, and an FAQ.

    Click here for FAQs

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    • August 16, 2019

    Image result for christiana care logoCommunity Investment Fund Focus: Christiana Care Health System embraces our core values of Excellence and Love, underscored by The Christiana Care Way - to serve neighbor as expert, caring partners in their health.

    Community Health in the Office of Health Equity supports new and innovative ideas and efforts to positively impact the health of the communities Christiana Care Health System serve, address health disparities, and help everyone in our communities achieve their optimal health. Christiana Care Health System believes that all members of the community should have access to high-quality health services, social supports and education.

    At the core of this work is a commitment to improving health outcomes, building and advancing health equity, and supporting the sustainability of healthier communities. As such, the Office of Health Equity partners with community organizations to support projects with up to $100,000 in funding. These projects address social, behavioral and environmental factors which impact health. The goal is to impact, and decrease, disparities, with a targeted focus on the social determinents of health.

    While not a definitive list, Christiana Care Health System typically does not fund requests for the following:

    • Capital requests (e.g., the purchase or renovation of buildings, vehicles or technology)
    • Endowments (e.g., establishing an investment fund or a permanent, self-sustaining source of funding)
    • Events (e.g., fundraisers, conferences, workshops)

    Eligibility:

    Community Health in the Office of Health Equity partners with and provides funding support for organizations primarily supporting communities in New Castle County, Delaware.To be eligible for support, organizations or institutions, as well as the purpose of the proposed project, must qualify under regulations of the United States Internal Revenue Service. As a result, we are not able to provide funding directly to individuals.

    Please direct any questions to:

    Christopher Moore, BA, LSSGB
    chmoore@christianacare.org
    302-428-6589

    Click here to read full application details on Christiana Care Health System website


    • August 23, 2019

    TD Canada TrustLaunched in 2018, the TD Ready Challenge serves as a springboard for social solutions to emerging problems, with a focus on solutions to a specific issue identified in The Ready Commitment, TD's corporate citizenship platform.

    This year's Ready Challenge is dedicated to Better Health. TD seeks proposals focused on improving access to the early detection of disease, as well as programs grounded in clinical solutions focused on preventative efforts such as screening and intervention innovations, with the goal of reducing the onset, development, and severity of chronic disease and illness.

    Through the program, TD will award grants of $1 million (CDN) each to ten future-looking organizations.

    Proposals must satisfy one or both of the following criteria: improve on existing healthcare practices and services for underserved and remote populations in Canada and/or low- to moderate-income populations in the United States; and/or utilize cutting-edge technologies to reach underserved and remote populations in Canada and/or low- to moderate-income populations in the U.S.

    The 2019 TD Ready Challenge application period opens June 24 and will close on August 23 at 4:00 p.m. EST. Proposals will be judged in multiple rounds by panels consisting of TD executives and external subject-matter experts. The winning organizations will be announced in the fall of 2019.

    TD Ready Challenge website.


    • August 31, 2019


    Mad*Pow and Health 2.0 Advocates have launched a design challenge, sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. We ask the health and design community to envision solutions that reshape everyday life to be healthier by default.

    The focus of this design challenge is to imagine how, in the near future, we might use technology to make health an integral part of our daily routines.

    Many attempts to encourage healthy lifestyles rely on prompting people to make healthy decisions in the moment, while doing nothing to address the underlying infrastructure, norms, and culture that guide our behavior. For example, a FitBit might prompt us to take more steps, but it doesn’t touch the transportation infrastructure that makes commuting by car the default choice.

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    • September 01, 2019

    Image result for organic valley logoOrganic Valley is accepting LOIs for its Farmers Advocating for Organic program. Grants are awarded to research, education and advocacy projects that advance FAFO’s mission: to protect and promote the organic industry and the livelihood of organic farmers.

    The largest farmer-fund grant program in the U.S. and one of the few focused solely on organic, the FAO program seeks to address the long-term needs of the organic marketplace and the future of organic agriculture by supporting the development of long-term solutions.

    To that end, grants ranging between $5,000 and $50,000 will be awarded in support of research, education and advocacy projects designed to protect and promote the organic industry and the livelihood of organic farmers.

    The program currently prioritizes projects within the following categories:

    • Understanding Organic — Projects that result in broader consumer and public understanding of the benefits of organic food and farming.
    • Cultivating CROPP Cooperative Community — Projects that strengthen CROPP Cooperative by building community among and between farmers and employees.
    • Nonprofit organizations and academic/research institutions are eligible to apply.

    Letters of Intent will be reviewed and responded to within two weeks. Upon review, selected applicants will be invited to submit a full application by September 1, 2019.

    Click here for more information and how to apply

    Questions?

    Contact Public Affairs Manager Stacy Fahey stacy.fahey@organicvalley.coop


    • September 15, 2019

    In 1961, Sarasota, Florida, Bank and Trust Company (now Bank of America) formed the Bank of America Client Foundation to support charitable endeavors in the local area. The Foundation is set up with funds from several donors with varying interests. The Foundation typically makes grants to local Sarasota organizations with a successful track record.

    Support is given to arts, community, natural science, historic preservation, education, and human service organizations.

    The Bank of America Client Foundation application is now available online. Deadlines are April 15 and September 15. Applicants will be notified of grant decisions by letter within 3 to 4 months after the deadline.

    PLEASE NOTE:  The Foundation limits its funding to organizations working in Sarasota County, Florida, and the state of Delaware.

    All correspondence should be directed to:

    The Bank of America Client Foundation*
    c/o Anastasia Daukas, Philanthropic Administrator
    Philanthropic Solutions
    U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management
    CT2-547-05-19, 99 Founders Plaza, 5th Floor
    East Hartford, CT 06108

    Tel: (860) 244-4018
    Fax: (860) 244-4898

    E-mail: anastasia.daukas@ustrust.com

    * PLEASE NOTE: All correspondence should clearly identify “Bank of America Client Foundation” in the address


    Click here for FAQs. 

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    • September 16, 2019

    Image result for Christopher & Dana Reeve FoundationLaunched in 2015 in partnership with the Administration for Community Living (ACL), the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation’s High Impact Innovative Assistive Technology (HIIAT) Grant is a competitive grant cycle that awards a small number of one-year grants of up to $75,000.

    Part of the foundation’s overall Quality of Life Grant Program, the grant helps state programs expand their reach in the field of assistive technology through new innovations that impact people living with paralysis in their homes and communities. For the 2019 cycle, the HIIAT grants program recently made changes to its application process.

    Starting with the new grant cycle opening on July 15, previously awarded Quality of Life Grantees are now eligible to apply. However, past grantees must submit proposals for new and innovative projects and not replications of previously awarded projects. They also must be in good standing with the Reeve Foundation, which is defined as having successfully closed out their past grant award, including a timely submitted final report indicating program accomplishments and fully expended grant funds as related to the awarded grant budget.

    The new application cycle for the HIIAT grants will be open for two months, with applications due by September 16. The foundation will host an applicant technical assistance webinar on July 22 and announce its funding decisions in the beginning of November for a one-year grant period running from December 1, 2019, through November 30, 2020.

    Click here to see the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation website for additional information.


    • September 30, 2019

    Image result for Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood logoThe Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood is an incubator of promising research and development projects that appear likely to improve the welfare of young children, from infancy through 7 years, in the United States. Welfare is broadly defined to include physical and mental health, safety, nutrition, education, play, familial support, acculturation, societal integration and childcare. Grants are only made if a successful project outcome will likely be of significant interest to other professionals, within the grantee’s field of endeavor, and would have a direct benefit and potential national application. The Foundation’s goal is to provide seed money to implement those imaginative proposals that exhibit the greatest chance of improving the lives of young children, on a national scale. Because of the Foundation’s limited funding capability, it seeks to maximize a grant's potential impact.

    The Foundation provides funding in the following areas

    • Early Childhood Welfare

    • Early Childhood Education and Play

    • Parenting Education

    Click here for more information and how to apply


    • 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.

    Click here for more information


    • October 01, 2019

    The objective of the GKV Foundation is to support individual development and related community impact through the use of a range of artistic media such as the visual arts, music, and dance. The targeted programs will be on the wish lists of established not-for-profits; big ideas with great potential but as of yet, unfunded and, by consequence, untested.

    The GKV Foundation supports individual development and related community impact through the use of a range of artistic media, including the visual arts, music, and dance. The goal is that with GKV first-year funding enough measurable results will be achieved to attract sustaining funding from other sources.

    Priority is given to established nonprofits with a big idea that has great potential but that has yet to be funded and therefore is untested.

    In order to be considered for funding, interested organizations must first submit a Letter of Interest. If the LOI is of interest to the foundation and is selected for further consideration, the organization will be contacted via email and invited to submit a more comprehensive proposal.

    It is expected that GKV will invite only two organizations to submit a full proposal for each new planned grant and that fewer than half a dozen new grants totaling between $15,000 and $50,000 will be awarded in this funding round. (The number will be effected by the amount that the foundation allocates to programs where the initial GKV grant showed great promise.) Extensions of grants into subsequent years are part of the foundation’s plan, but the extension will be a fraction of the first-year grant and then only if other grantors can be convinced that the program is worth their investment given first-year results.

    Letters of Interest are due by October 1. Based on those LOI submissions, two grant proposals will be requested for each planned grant by November 1. Those proposals will be due December 1, with all grant proposals to be evaluated in January 2020.

    Click here for more information on eligibility criteria, a complete description of the submission process, examples of previously funded LOIs, and an FAQ.


    • October 01, 2019

    Image result for Conference on College Composition & CommunicationThe Conference on College Composition and Communication is inviting proposals for its Research Initiative, which is designed to advance the organization’s mission to advocate for broad and evolving definitions of literacy, communication, rhetoric, and writing (including multi-modal discourse, digital communication, and diverse language practices) and empower individuals and communities through bold, creative research.

    Through the program, grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded in support of proposals designed to investigate key challenges faced by literacy, communication, rhetoric and writing instructors and administrators in their classrooms and programs. Proposals should directly address the impact that the research might have on disciplinary and public discourse about these topics and convey results in at least two final products: one that is addressed to a scholarly audience of researchers and teachers in the field, and one for a clearly specified audience beyond those in the field.

    Particular research topics identified by the CCCC include understanding the implications of class size; grading diverse learners in classrooms that respect students’ right to their own languages; assessing the transfer of writing knowledge from dual-credit programs; working with diverse learners in writing and communication programs (e.g., neurodiversity, linguistic diversity, economic diversity, sociocultural diversity); and centering writing and communication research in two-year colleges.

    To be eligible, principal investigators must be members of CCCC at the time of submission.

    Click here for more information

    • October 02, 2019


    Diversity & Inclusion grant offer financial support to: 

    1. Athletes of ethnic or diverse backgrounds. 

    2. High performance tennis programs that serve to develop players of ethnic or racially diverse backgrounds OR that serve low-income junior tennis players and enable them to use their tennis ability to secure a college education.

    Competitive Travel Stipends for National Competition

    Provide funding to a select group of competitive juniors from diverse ethnic backgrounds who aspire to improve their USTA national rankings and better position themselves for top tier Division I college scholarships. Funding will be based on participation in specific 2019 USTA national championship tournaments. Applicants must compete year-round and have a history of strong national tournament results.

    The 2019 Program Grant application period opens on August 19, 2019 and closes on October 2, 2019 at 11:59 pm

    Click here for more information. 

    • October 04, 2019

    The William Penn Foundation has announced grants totaling $11.8 million in support of arts and cultural organizations that contribute to the vibrancy of the Philadelphia region.

    Thirty-five organizations received unrestricted operating support through the foundation's Creative Communities program, which supports arts and cultural groups, educational experiences that increase student access to the arts, and the development of high-quality public spaces as platforms for community and cultural expression. Recipients include the Asian Arts Initiative, the Center for Art in WoodKulu Mele African American Dance Ensemble, the Philadelphia Folklore ProjectPRISM Quartet, and the Rosenbach Museum and Library.

    "This unrestricted funding for a range of arts organizations reflects a diversity of artistic disciplines as well as organizational sizes and operating budgets," said Leonard C. Haas, chair of the William Penn Foundation's art review committee. "It is intended to provide flexibility to support mission-related expenses, to experiment with new artistic programming, and to explore approaches to achieving sustainability and organizational health."

    Click Here for More Information on Eligibility and the Multiple Due Dates

    • October 15, 2019

    The aim of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ‘s Pioneering Ideas Brief Proposal funding opportunity is to put health first as it looks into the future and works to develop clarity as to the trends, opportunities, and ideas that can enable everyone in the America to live the healthiest life possible.

    To that end, the program is accepting applications for projects that seek to explore how cutting-edge ideas and emerging trends could help or hinder progress toward a Culture of Health — defined by RWJF as placing well-being at the center of every aspect of individuals' lives and ensuring that everyone has access to the care they need as well as a fair and just opportunity to make healthier choices.

    The program accepts various types of projects, including research, pilots or demonstration projects; idea sourcing; network or coalition building; and more.

    Grants awarded through this funding opportunity generally will range between $150,000 and $350,000 over one to three years.

    Click here for more information

    • November 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 $5,000 to any 6-12 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.

    Click here for more information


    • November 01, 2019

    TOSHIBAThe Toshiba America Foundation is accepting grant applications from grade 6-12 teachers for innovative science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) projects.

    Through the program, grants of at least $5,000 will be awarded in support of teacher-led projects with the potential to provide students with opportunities to "do science" in ways that increase their engagement with the subject matter and improve their learning. The foundation strongly encourages projects planned and led by individual teachers or teams of teachers for their own classrooms.

    Note: the foundation supports project-based learning and does not consider requests for computers, laptops, or tablets.

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


    • December 31, 2019

    The Walmart Foundation is accepting applications through its Community Grant Program.

    Grants of up to $5,000 will be awarded to local nonprofit organizations located within the service area of individual Walmart stores in the areas of hunger relief and healthy eating, health and human services, quality of life, education, community and economic development, diversity and inclusion, public safety, and environmental sustainability.

    To be eligible, applicants must be tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) or (19) of the Internal Revenue Code; or a recognized government entity (state, county, or city agency, including law enforcement or fire departments) requesting funds exclusively for a public purpose; or a K-12 public or private school, charter school, community/junior college, state/private college or university; or a church or other faith-based organization with a proposed project that benefits the community at large.

    Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through December 31, 2019.

    For complete program guidelines and application instructions, see the Walmart Foundation website. Click here for Local Giving Guidelines


Past Grants

July 15, 2019 American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation Invites Applications From Free Clinics
July 15, 2019 2019 Core Research Program Funding Opportunities, American Diabetes Association
July 15, 2019 Google News Initiative (GNI) Challenge
July 15, 2019 Highmark Delaware BluePrints for the Community
July 12, 2019 IEEE Foundation Issues 2019 Request for Proposals
July 10, 2019 Documenting Human Migrations, National Geographic
July 10, 2019 Established Investigator Grant, Morris Animal Foundation
July 09, 2019 NIHCM Foundation Invites LOIs for Investigator-Initiated Health Services Research Grants
July 01, 2019 Community Support, Big Lots Foundation
July 01, 2019 Technology Innovation Award, TechForward
July 01, 2019 Community-Based Archives, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
July 01, 2019 Performance Program, Aaron Copland Fund for Music
July 01, 2019 National Alliance for Grieving Children Announces Capacity-Building Grants Program
June 30, 2019 Pitch to Win Small Business Contest, BlueVine and Nationwide
June 30, 2019 The Next Generation – Southern Delaware, Delaware Community Foundation
June 30, 2019 Encouraging Development, Growth & Expansion (EDGE) Grant Program, Delaware Div. of Small Business
June 30, 2019 NWEA Invites Applications for Educators for Equity Grant Program
June 26, 2019 Brookdale Foundation Group Accepting Applications for National Group Respite Program
June 22, 2019 Crayola Creative Leadership Grant program.
June 15, 2019 Youth Soccer Grants, Target
June 15, 2019 Potter Charitable Trust - Assistance for underprivileged in Kent County, Delaware
June 14, 2019 Syringe Access Fund Invites Applications From Sterile Syringe Programs
June 12, 2019 Brookdale Foundation Issues RFP for Relatives as Parents Program
June 10, 2019 2020 Young Scholars Program, Foundation for Child Development
June 07, 2019 Physician Scientist Fellowship, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
June 06, 2019 Forward Promise: Partnering with Systems to Disrupt Dehumanization, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
June 05, 2019 State Farm Neighborhood Assist
June 01, 2019 Pen America Literary Grants
June 01, 2019 Support Economically Disadvantaged, Conrad N. Hilton Fund for Sisters
May 31, 2019 Goergeny High Impact-High Priority Research Grant, Foundation for Physical Therapy Research
May 31, 2019 Sickle Cell Disease/Advancing Cures Award, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
May 31, 2019 USDA ReConnect Rural Broadband Infrastructure Program
May 31, 2019 PCORI Accepting Applications for Engagement Award: Dissemination Initiative
May 31, 2019 Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood Invites Letters of Intent
May 31, 2019 World Hunger Leadership Challenge Accepting Student Entries for World Hunger Service Learning Projects
May 29, 2019 RWJF Accepting Applications for 2019 Sports Award
May 25, 2019 ASM Materials Education Foundation Invites Applications for K-12 Classroom Projects
May 24, 2019 Young Investigator Award, Society for Neuroscience
May 24, 2019 Advancing Health Equity Learning Collaborative Application, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
May 24, 2019 U.S. Soccer Foundation Invites Applications for Safe Places to Play Program
May 23, 2019 Russell Sage Foundation Seeks Letters of Inquiry for Future of Work Research
May 23, 2019 Russell Sage Foundation Invites LOIs for Research on Effects of Affordable Care Act
May 22, 2019 Rural Learning & Coordinating Center Advancing Health Equity Through Social & Economic Opportunity, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
May 22, 2019 Spencer Foundation Invites Applications for Lyle Spencer Research Awards
May 21, 2019 Equity-Focused Policy Research Funding Opportunity, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
May 20, 2019 Arts Writers Grant Program, Creative Capital
May 17, 2019 2019 Promising Innovations, Kendal Charitable Funds
May 17, 2019 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - Transforming Lives Through Supported Employment
May 15, 2019 Berggruen Institute Invites Nominations for 2019 Berggruen Award
May 15, 2019 Roslyn S. Jaffe Awards Issues 2019 Call for Nominations
May 13, 2019 Nonprofit Security Grant Program, DEMA
May 07, 2019 Advancing Health Equity Through Housing Funding Opportunity, Kresge Foundation
May 07, 2019 Advancing Health Equity Through Housing, The Kresge Foundation
May 06, 2019 Coors Light Accepting Nominations for Emerging Latino Leaders Program
May 04, 2019 In-Service Training Grants for High School Grade Math Teachers
May 04, 2019 NCTM Invites Proposals for Pre-Service Teacher Action Research Grant
May 03, 2019 NCTM Accepting Applications for Professional Development Scholarship
May 01, 2019 Lalor Foundation Accepting Applications for Reproductive Health Programs
May 01, 2019 American Nurses Foundation Accepting Applications for 2019 Nursing Research Grants
May 01, 2019 Harvard Law FLPC Invites Technical Assistance Proposals for Sugar Reduction Activities
May 01, 2019 Open Technology Fund Invites Applications for Internet Freedom Fund
May 01, 2019 William T. Grant Foundation Invites Applications for Studies Designed to Improve Use of Research Evidence
May 01, 2019 William T. Grant Foundation Accepting Applications for Research Grants on Reducing Inequality
May 01, 2019 Conservation Alliance Invites Nominations for Conservation Projects
April 30, 2019 State seeks grant applications for new, expanding charter schools
April 30, 2019 Voya Unsung Hero Award for Education Community
April 30, 2019 2019 J.M.K. Innovation Prize
April 30, 2019 Boulware Foundation Seeks to Increase Economic Opportunities for Women and Girls
April 30, 2019 Lawrence Foundation
April 29, 2019 Hillman Foundation Seeks Proposals for Innovative Nursing-Driven Interventions
April 29, 2019 ADVANCING INNOVATIVE, MULTI-SECTORAL POLICY SOLUTIONS IN HUMAN SERVICES
April 26, 2019 County Health Rankings & Roadmaps - Research Grant
April 26, 2019 Swanson Center for Nutrition Invites Applications for Inaugural Food Bank Evaluation and Grant Program
April 26, 2019 Network for Landscape Conservation Invites Proposals for Landscape Conservation Catalyst Fund
April 26, 2019 Fisher House Foundation Accepting Applications to Improve Quality of Life for Military Families
April 22, 2019 New York Life Foundation Invites Applications for Grief Reach Grants
April 19, 2019 March of Dimes Accepting LOIs for Child and Maternal Health Research
April 19, 2019 NoVo Foundation Accepting LOIs for Proposals That Address Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Women and Girls
April 19, 2019 Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research Seeking Applications for Seeding Solutions Grants
April 19, 2019 Harpo Foundation Invites Applications for Visual Artists Program
April 19, 2019 NoVo Foundation Announces $10 Million Funding Opportunity to Close On-ramps to Sexual Exploitation—and Open Exit Ramps
April 18, 2019 WITH Foundation Seeks Applications for Programs Working to Improve Care for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
April 17, 2019 AARP Community Challenge Grants Are Back in 2019
April 15, 2019 Health Effects Institute Accepting Applications for Air Pollution Research
April 15, 2019 Ben & Jerry's Foundation Seeks Proposals for Social and Environmental Justice Projects
April 15, 2019 McCarthey Dressman Education Foundation
April 11, 2019 NFWF Accepting Applications for Delaware River Program
April 11, 2019 National Endowment for the Arts Accepting Applications for Challenge America Fast-Track Grants
April 09, 2019 Impact Fund Offers Support for Litigation to Advance Social Justice
April 05, 2019 Robert Woods Johnson: BUILD Health Challenge
April 01, 2019 Kent County Fund for the Arts
April 01, 2019 American Psychological Foundation Accepting Applications for Visionary Grant Program
April 01, 2019 Kresge Foundation-BUILDING PLACE-BASED OPPORTUNITY ECOSYSTEMS
April 01, 2019 Fahs-Beck Fund for Research and Experimentation Seeks Applications for Mental Health Research
April 01, 2019 Kresge Foundation New health and housing funding opportunity
April 01, 2019 Baseball Tomorrow Fund
April 01, 2019 The Laffey-McHugh Foundation
March 31, 2019 AccessLex Institute Accepting Applications for Diversity Pipeline Research Grant Program
March 31, 2019 Hanley Family Foundation Accepting Pre-Proposals for Substance Abuse Programs
March 30, 2019 The AEG Community Foundation
March 29, 2019 Supporting Delaware’s Growing Latino Communities Focus Grants
March 29, 2019 Increasing Youth Success Focus Grants
March 22, 2019 Community Equity Project
March 22, 2019 Specific Interest Grants
March 22, 2019 Knight Foundation Invites Nominations for Knight Public Spaces Fellowship
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 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 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 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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