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The foundation will start its 2017 grantmaking on May 1, with applications sought from children’s programs assisting large geographic areas, usually in more than one state. Proposals must contribute to the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual welfare of children. Nonprofits can apply for grants ranging from $35,000 to $50,000 each.
The company is accepting applications for its 2017 Corporate Grants Program to preserve and protect the environment, as well as submissions for two other grant programs: (1) Retail Grants Program and (2) Media Grants Program.
The foundation assists families who need it most build a better future – a future where families’ and children’s critical basic needs are met and where they have access to the opportunities they need to succeed and thrive. The specific funding categories focus on: (1) basic needs for those in poverty; (2) education and training for at-risk young people; and (3) safety from domestic violence
The National Endowment for the Arts and Arts Midwest are preparing to release the FY 2018 Big Read solicitation later this year. The program funds projects encouraging reading for pleasure and enlightenment.
The funding goes for community programs that promote native youth resiliency and foster protective factors, such as connections with Native languages and elders, positive peer groups, culturally-responsive parenting resources, models of safe sanctuary and reconnection with traditional healing.
The Administration for Children and Families (HHS) is preparing to release the solicitation for its popular Basic Center Program (CFDA Number: 93.623) (Funding Opportunity Number: HHS-2017-ACF-ACYF-CY-1239) next month. The agency is expecting to make 91 awards totaling $16.6 million in FY 2018 competition.
The Administration for Children and Families (HHS) is planning to release the solicitation next month for its FY 2017 Transitional Living Program and Maternity Group Homes Program (CFDA Number: 93.550) (Funding Opportunity Number: HHS-2017-ACF-ACYF-CX-1233).
Grantees provide teens (ages 13-18) with opportunities to develop 21st Century technology skills to inspire future education and career choices. Examples of program activities include: computer programming; digital imaging; music production; robotics; gaming; and mobile app development.
The Office of Postsecondary Education (DoEd) offers the FY 2017 solicitation for its Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaurate Achievement program (CFDA Number: 84.217A) (Funding Opportunity Number: ED-GRANTS-022117-002). In this competition, the program will provide $40 million to approximately 164 awardees.
The program will have two funding categories: (1) Building Vibrant Communities; and (2) Expanding Access to Housing Opportunities. The Building Vibrant Communities category will support local and regional revitalization efforts, including economic drivers such as arts and cultural institutions that contribute to the overall vitality of the community.
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