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Legal Services Grantmaking to Commence in December
The program increases availability of civil and criminal legal assistance for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Funds may be used for direct legal services and training for lawyers and advocates.
posted 8/21/14 1:20 PM read complete story
Community Food Funding is a Safe FY 2015 Bet
These projects have three overall goals to: (1) meet the food needs of low-income individuals; (2) increase the self-reliance of communities in providing for their own food needs; and (3) promote comprehensive responses to local food, farm and nutrition issues.
posted 8/12/14 12:29 PM read complete story
Arrest Program Comments Due Oct. 6
The program ensures proper policies are in place for the criminal justice system to hold domestic violence-related offenders accountable for their actions.
posted 8/6/14 3:46 PM read complete story
Upcoming Solicitation to Aid Career Advancement
DoEd and DOL are currently collaborating on a $25 million Online Skills Academy solicitation that will support the development of a platform to enable high-quality, free or low-cost pathways to degrees, certificates, or other employer-recognized credentials.
posted 8/1/14 1:55 PM read complete story
HUD Starts Homeless Funding Process
The Housing and Urban Development Dept. sets the registration deadline to compete for FY 2014 Continuum of Care funding – the leading source of funds for the nation’s homeless programs.
posted 7/23/14 10:20 AM read complete story
Financial Literacy Grants Tentatively Due in Late October
The program provides five-year grants to empower low-income families to become economically self-sufficient for the long-term. Participants receive financial education training on money management issues and special matched savings accounts called Individual Development Accounts.
posted 7/18/14 2:14 PM read complete story
Latest ‘Higher Education Monitor’ Now Available
With the federal and private funding focus on job training and higher education, we encourage readers to take advantage of our sister publication -- Higher Education Monitor (HEM) -- available at no extra cost. The publication keeps subscribers informed about numerous higher education funding opportunities and policy news covered by FAM each month.
posted 7/9/14 10:23 AM read complete story
Fatherhood Forum Attracts Attention
Nonprofits looking for an effective method to start engaging noncustodial fathers in their children’s lives, especially minorities should take a look at a Detroit-area program recently highlighted by DoEd’s Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships.
posted 7/1/14 10:19 AM read complete story
Campus Violence Solicitation Expected Early Next Year
Public and private colleges and universities use these funds to adopt comprehensive programs to address domestic violence issues on their campuses.
posted 6/23/14 08 AM read complete story
Student Loan Debt Alleviation Push Underway
President Obama continues his quest to lessen the student loan-debt burden for millions of Americans, implementing several provisions on June 9 and holding many events to push Congress to pass a Senate Democratic bill (S 2432) aimed at helping more student loan borrowers refinance.
posted 6/16/14 4:45 PM read complete story
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