Federal & Foundation Assistance Monitor

Private Funding

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Letters of Intent Due by Sept. 19

The organization provides funding for artists and art-focused nonprofits focusing on social change through the arts. The ABOG fellowship effort supports: (1) socially engaged projects featuring artists in leadership roles; (2) dialogue-based projects emphasizing active and sustainable partnerships with communities; and (3) projects where artists engage community members as equal partners on locally relevant issues. Projects involving non-artists are highly encouraged.

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Grantees to Conduct Physical Therapy Research

The program supports research activities that enhance the body of knowledge related to health policy, clinical administration, global health and the use of technology in physical therapy. Funding goes for new physical therapist investigators or established investigators who are embarking on a new research agenda in the areas of physical therapist practice, leadership, administration, or education.

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Company Has Two Letter of Intent Deadlines

Tyson provides grants for nonprofits in areas where it has operations and focusing on hunger relief, health and human services, education, community development and the environment. Tyson Foods uses an online submission system

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Teachers to Develop New Activities

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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Communities to Focus on Child Health

The program supports pediatricians in collaborating with their communities to ensure all children have access to needed health services.

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Grantees to Make Golfing Accessible

Funding goes to programs helping to make the game of golf more accessible to people with disabilities. The funder is particularly interested in applicants including people with disabilities in programs involving those without disabilities.

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Competition to Start on Aug. 1

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.

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Nominations Can Lead to $50K Grants

The alliance is a group of outdoor businesses that seeks to protect threatened wild lands and waterways for their habitat and recreational values.

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Final Deadline Set for October

The program supports research on the changes in national, state, and local policy and the response to these changes by healthcare systems, insurers, payers, communities, practices and patients. The researchers will evaluate the impact of these many with a particular focus on cancer prevention, control and treatment. New health public policy initiatives such as the new federal and state marketplaces that have expanded insurance coverage, as well as Medicaid expansion in some states, create natural experiments ripe for evaluation.

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Company Sets Final 2016 Deadline

The program provides funding to preserve and protect the environment. The program funds groups that are action-oriented, building public involvement and support and accomplishing specific environmental goals based on root causes.

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