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Grant Seekers Can Find Lasting Support for Juvenile Justice Programs

Designing and implementing new juvenile justice programs to better rehabilitate youthful offenders isn’t easy or cheap. But an upcoming webinar can help grant seekers find support for these efforts.

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The Alaska Conservation Foundation (ACF) supports a number of grantmaking programs that advance Alaska Native priorities for protecting their land and sustaining their ways of life.
The Harry Gregg Foundation, with the Crotched Mountain Foundation, provides small grants to low- and moderate-income New Hampshire residents with disabilities for products and services not funded elsewhere. The foundation made $7.7 million in grants last year.
South Arts supports organizations that invite writers of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry to give readings and conduct educational workshops for the public.
Arts Midwest invites organizations that contract artists/ensembles to perform in their own or a community venue to apply to the Arts Midwest Touring Fund.
Private Funder: Carl R. Hendrickson Family Foundation; Opportunity: 2019 grants; Funding Focus: Education, human services, faith-based projects and health care;
Recordings at Risk is a national regranting program, administered by Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR), to support the preservation of rare and unique audio and audiovisual content of high scholarly value through digital reformatting.
Foundation: US Bank Foundation; Opportunity: Community Possible Grant Program; Funding Focus: Affordable housing, low-income family self-sufficiency, education, arts and culture;
Private Funder: Medica Foundation; Opportunity: 2019 foundation grants; Funding Focus: Healthcare;
Private Funder: MAC AIDS Fund; Opportunity: 2019 Community Grants Program; Funding Focus: Healthcare;
The Strong Foundation for Environmental Values awards grants supporting education projects and initiatives instilling an ecological ethic in individuals and communities and that encourage grassroots environmental action. One-year grants of up to $5,000 are available for environmental projects in Northern California, the Central Valley, and the Sierra Nevada.

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