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The PeopleForBikes Community Grant Program supports bicycle infrastructure projects and targeted advocacy initiatives that make it easier and safer for people of all ages and abilities to ride. PeopleForBikes focuses most grant funds on bicycle infrastructure projects, such as bike paths, lanes, trails and bridges and mountain bike facilities. It also funds some advocacy projects like those to transform city streets to make them more bike-friendly.
Kresge’s Health and Environment Programs have developed a new comprehensive grantmaking initiative to reduce health inequities and accelerate action on climate change.
The program promotes the wellness of young children, from birth to 8 years of age, by addressing the social, emotional, cognitive, physical and behavioral aspects of their development. Specifically, Project LAUNCH grants are designed to: build the capacities of adult caregivers of young children to promote healthy social and emotional development; prevent mental, emotional and behavioral disorders; and identify and address behavioral concerns before they develop into serious emotional disturbances.
The program helps develop viable Indian and Alaska Native communities, including the creation of decent housing, suitable living environments, and economic opportunities primarily for persons with low- and moderate-incomes.
The program supports organizations focused on increasing student success in education after high school. The applicants must have a track record of working across multiple colleges and universities serving a significant number of low-income students and students of color. Additionally, these organizations must demonstrate commitment and experience in reducing college success disparities by race and income; promoting continuous learning and improvement through the use of data; and identifying, implementing, and evaluating significant campus-level changes in policy and practice.
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.
These grants support public humanities programs accompanying NEH on the Road traveling exhibitions. Typical formats include lectures, reading and discussion programs, film discussion programs, family programs and exhibition tours.
The foundation is committed to defending basic freedoms, combating all forms of discrimination and prejudice and improving the condition of the poor and underprivileged. Through the ECI program, the foundation seeks to help ensure a responsible, responsive democratic government through citizen involvement. Proposals may focus on citizen education and greater voter participation in the electoral process. All projects must be nonpartisan and may not involve lobbying for specific legislation or candidates.
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.
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