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Steelcase Education helps schools, colleges, and universities create inspiring learning environments through research and innovation in furniture, tools, and technology. Deadline: Feb. 1. Steelcase Education's Active Learning Center Grant supports educators in 6-12 classrooms and higher education ...
Private Funder: MUFG Union Bank Foundation (formerly Union Bank Foundation); Opportunity: Foundation Grants;
The American Philosophical Society maintains eight grant or fellowship programs in a wide range of fields to support academic research into such areas as astrobiology and the history of studies of Native Americans.
Established in 1991 as a single-disease organization working to fund organizations dealing with HIV/AIDS education, the Magic Johnson Foundation has expanded to fund a range of community based projects for the poor and underserved.
The mission of the Black United Fund of Oregon is to assist in the social and economic development of Oregon's low-income communities and to contribute to a broader understanding of ethnic and culturally diverse groups. Deadline: March 3. The fund awards grants of up to $2,000 to grassroots nonpro...
The Save-A-Lot Corporate Giving Program supports nonprofit organizations that strive to create healthy, thriving communities in the locations
Private Funder: Wayne & Gladys Valley Foundation; Opportunity: Foundation grants; Funding Focus: Education, at-risk youth, health and faith-based efforts;
Funder: Charles Lafitte Foundation (CLF); Opportunity: Foundation Grants; Funding Focus: Children's advocacy; education; medical research; and the arts;
Private Funder: Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad Foundation (BNSF) (formerly BNSF Foundation); Opportunity: 2019 foundation grants; Funding Focus: Education, children, community development and arts/culture; Geographic Focus: National (where the railroad has a presence);
The Alaska Community Foundation supports organizations working throughout Alaska to eliminate child abuse and neglect. Awards vary. Last year, the foundation distributed awards for up to $10,000 are available for community-based discussions to generate engagement in local prevention.