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Federal & Foundation Assistance Monitor is your source for new public and private grant opportunities, policy news and fundraising tips.

You'll find FAM filled with a comprehensive review of federal funding announcements, private grants, and legislative actions affecting community programs including education, economic development, housing, children and youth services, substance abuse, and healthcare. Each grant notice is categorized by subject matter.

For foundations, it indicates areas of interest and projected grant awards, as well as funding priorities for both national and regional organizations. In addition, FAM contains proposal-writing tips to help grant coordinators and development professionals write more successful applications.

FAM also offers advice from grant officials on exactly what funders are looking for, and details key points from fundraising workshops sponsored by the Foundation Center, the Support Center, and other public and private agencies.

Frequently FAM obtains advance notice of proposed regulations, agency memorandums, and other items unavailable elsewhere.


Recent News:


$700K Awards to Improve Response

The program improves the response of all aspects of the civil and criminal justice system to families with a history of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking, or in cases involving allegations of child sexual abuse. The applicants must focus on four priority areas: (1) court-based and court-related programs; (2) supervised visitation and safe exchange by and between parents; training and technical assistance for people who work with families in the court system; (3) civil legal services; provision of resources in juvenile court matters; and (4) development or promotion of legislation, model codes, policies, and best practices.

12/8/16 3:36 PM

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