Federal & Foundation Assistance Monitor

Private Funding

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Popular Initiative to Start Aug. 1

The program supports structured youth running programs that utilize RRCA youth running materials. Program goals must include: motivating kids to run regularly for multiple weeks. The funds may be used to purchase marketing materials and running event needs, such as hydration supplies, participation awards and mileage logs; host a program website; and offset fees for permits or usage fees for a local park or running track.

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Competition to Start in August

The program will support course work for the grantees beyond a bachelorís degree, including a masterís degree, second bachelorís degree, certification program or specialized training in technical or professional fields. Course work must be taken at an accredited two- or four-year college or university in the United States or at a technical school that is fully licensed or accredited by the Education Dept. Priority goes to women of color and pursuing their first advanced degree or credential in a non-traditional field.

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Innovation Applications Accepted through April 28

The program recognizes initiatives using social sector innovation to address environment, cultural heritage and social justice issues.

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Funder Offers Two Upcoming Deadlines

The program supports special activities, workshops and demonstrations in the areas of physics teaching. Funds may be used to support the development and distribution of an innovative apparatus for physics teaching, traveling exhibits of an apparatus, local workshops and other projects.

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Shelters to Benefit from Giving

The program helps victims of domestic violence and their animals stay together during times of crisis. Shelters will create a space on site to temporarily house the pets of victims of domestic violence. Approximately six grants are available. The funding may be used to pay for building materials and supplies to create on-site housing for pets.

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Highs Schools, Nonprofits Can Apply for Grants

These grants improve athletic opportunities for kids and young adults. The program provides a series of grants to deserving programs at least four times a year. High school athletic programs are the target of another funding opportunity.

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Swimming Submissions Due in May, August and November

The program supports organizations providing qualified swimming and water safety lessons specifically for financially disadvantaged individuals with autism. Applications will be accepted on a continuing basis, and funds will be awarded to organizations on a quarterly basis. Organizations may be granted up to four quarters, depending on how often the swimming and water safety program runs.

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Applicants Can Choose from Three Deadlines

The program supports public interest litigation that has the potential to benefit a large number of people, lead to significant law reform and raise public consciousness of social justice issues.

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$15K Awards Go for Nonfiction Publishing

The program supports nonfiction book publishing on: the urban experience; natural and historic resources; art, architecture and design; cultural history; and civil liberties.

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Submissions Due in July

The program supports bicycle infrastructure projects and targeted advocacy initiatives that make it easier and safer for people of all ages and abilities to ride.

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