Federal & Foundation Assistance Monitor

Private Funding

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Veterans to Receive Services

Through its grantmaking, the organization empowers veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity.

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Program to Expand Audience

The program builds audiences for classical/contemporary, jazz and world chamber music. Funding focuses on activities taking place in community settings not part of a regular concert series. Applicants collaborate with community organizations to design in-depth activities for participants of various ages and backgrounds.

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Pre-Proposals Due Nov. 1

The association funds basic and clinical research studies on all aspects of Tourette Syndrome. Any study that has the potential to contribute to the treatment or understanding of TS will be considered.

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Hives to Enhance Community Gardens

The program supports the set-up and maintenance of on-site bee sanctuaries in schools, community gardens and green spaces. Grants come in the form of honey or solitary bees, their homes, beekeeping equipment and information on how to care for the bees. Bees are strategically placed in locations where they can bolster bee populations, advance science and environmental education and pollinate locally grown food. Grantees also receive the Sponsor-A-Hive Teacherís Kit, which includes lesson plans and worksheets for use in teaching students more about their bee home.

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Investigators to Analyze Cancer Data

The program will support investigator-initiated projects in all areas of ovarian cancer research, including those designed to analyze data from already funded clinical trials. Proposals that are innovative, multidisciplinary, likely to lead to the submission of grant applications for independently funded investigations and having translational research potential receive priority.

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Women to Advance Careers

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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Disadvantaged to Receive Swim Lessons

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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Awards to Recognize Beautification Efforts

Established in 1953, the funder strives to end littering, improve recycling, and beautify Americaís communities. The national program recognizes the best of the best among those who are championing environmentally healthy, socially connected and economically sound communities.

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Applications Due Dec. 1

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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Plans Underway for Legal Ed Competition

The program supports interventions to improve access to legal education for students from diverse backgrounds, specifically minority students and those from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. Projects should be national or regional in focus. Those demonstrating collaborative approaches with strong partnerships receive preference.

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