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The program supports women’s shelters in the housing of pets, including capital improvements specifically for the maintenance of pets. The grants make it easier for women’s shelters to welcome pets and help break the cycle of domestic abuse.
The program recognizes initiatives using social sector innovation to address environment, cultural heritage and social justice issues. Specifically, the innovations should assist the funder in meeting specific goals under its three funding categories.
The funder supports language preservation and documentation projects. These grants go for language maintenance and linguistic fieldwork related to languages in danger of disappearing within a generation or two. Priority is given to projects serving native-speaking communities and the field of linguistics. The language involved must be in danger of disappearing within a generation or two.
Since the fund’s inception, the RRCA has granted more than $215,000 to deserving youth programs around the U.S. and donated more than 90,000 copies of Kids Run the Nation printed materials. Grants are awarded on an annual basis through an application and selection process overseen by a volunteer selection panel.
These grants help schools sustain healthy nutrition and physical activity programs. Applicants must increase student: awareness of the importance of healthy eating and increased physical activity; access to nutrient rich foods; and opportunities for in-school physical activity.
The funder provides schools with the resources to implement health and wellness practices to help students eat better and be physically active. The school breakfast program helps improve nutrition among school children. Grantees will expand breakfast offerings through practices like classroom or grab-and-go breakfast programs. An informational webinar will be held on Feb. 21.
Target public safety grants are managed locally by Target store and distribution center Assets Protection teams and support crime prevention programs and community safety initiatives.
Applicants can receive awards up to $40,000 each to operate baseball and softball programs and facilities, including the financing of a new program and obtaining the necessary facilities and equipment.
program supports opportunities for individuals with disabilities to learn and enjoy the game of golf and its inherent values. The Alliance and the USGA share the belief golf is exceptionally well-suited to allow individuals with disabilities to participate in a recreational or competitive activity with participants who have various types of disabilities, as well as those who do not have disabilities.
Through this fellowship, PSI seeks to introduce a diverse group of students to issues and challenges affecting philanthropy, social enterprise and nonprofits in the social sector.
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