Subgrants to Restore Historic Places
The program supports the rehabilitation of historic properties listed in or eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. Applicants must make subgrants for physical preservation projects. Eligible subgrant recipients must be within the jurisdiction of the applicant and in communities defined as “rural” by the U.S. Bureau of the Census.
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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.
YouthBuild is a community-based alternative education program for youth between the ages of 16 and 24 who are high school dropouts, adjudicated youths, youths aging out of foster care, youths with disabilities, migrant farmworker youths, and other disconnected youth populations.
The program supports System Coordination Providers to assist states in leveraging resources at federal, state and local levels for people living with HIV and opioid use disorder. The goal is to strengthen system-level coordination and networks of care between the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program recipients and other federal, state and local entities.
The grantees create, maintain and expand sustainable sexual assault services on tribal lands. Sexual assault victim assistance includes 24-hour hotlines providing crisis intervention services and referral.
Purpose: Each year, the program funds a different type of housing program. Last year’s competition funded programs providing access to safe, clean, physically accessible affordable housing units for families, individuals, the elderly, new Americans, veterans, the disabled, women and youth. The competition developed and maintained programs to educate and assist individuals in finding permanent or transitional housing opportunities meeting their needs. The 2019 topic will be unveiled in July.
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 program will establish new epidemiology cohorts of at least 2,000 participants to stimulate research on a wide range of HIV research hypotheses pertinent to reproductive age women. The new research will help define and understand clinical outcomes over the course of young women’s reproductive lives, including the
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.
The foundation is the largest private funder of spinal cord injury research, rehabilitation, and clinical training. This program seeks to identify critical gaps in the psychosocial field and then develop interventions to address them. The overall goal is to improve the health and quality of life for individuals with SCI. Applicants can apply for research, postdoctoral fellowship to pilot and demonstration project grants.
The program supports research on the effects of race, citizenship, legal status and politics, political culture and public policy on outcomes for immigrants and for the native-born of different racial and ethnic groups and generations. Because of limitations in government statistics, researchers must curate and analyze data from both public and private sources and collect their own data to measure the progress of the foreign-born and their children.