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Nonprofit Funding Opportunities

The nonprofit funding opportunities listed below represent the most updated version of a curated source of grants. MINIMUM POTENTIAL FUNDING THAT COULD BE PURSUED (numbers listed where available, mainly federal): $21,098,692,341
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FUNDERFEDPROGRAM TITLE/DESCRIPTIONELIGIBILITYFUNDING INFODUE DATE*TOTAL PROGRAM FUNDING
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Council for Native Hawaiian AdvancementNKĀKOʻO MAUI FUND - Supports evolving needs, including legal services, shelter, food, financial assistance, and other services as identified by our partners doing critical work on Maui.Nonprofits, Native Hawaiian ʻohana, small businesses, community organizationsUnspecifiedUnspecified
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Hawaiʻi Community FoundationNMAUI STRONG - Supports emergency response efforts in Maui County.NonprofitsUnspecifiedUnspecified $ 91,708,666
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Ben & Jerry's FoundationNGRASSROOTS ORGANIZING - Seeks to further racial equity and social and environmental justice by supporting organizations working at the community level to dismantle discriminatory systems to make way for a more just and inclusive society for all. 501(c)(3) organizations, or organizations with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor, with an annual operating budget under $350,000Up to $30,000Rolling
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U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife ServiceYTORTOISE AND FRESHWATER TURTLE FUND - Provides financial support for projects that conserve populations and habitats of freshwater turtles and tortoises and address threats to their survival.Nonprofits, foreign national and local governments, multinational secretariats, institutions of higher education, for profit organizations$150,000-$450,0002/19/2024$1,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and PreventionYNETWORK OF COMMUNITY COHORTS FOR MONITORING CHANGES IN RESPIRATORY VIRUS EPIDEMIOLOGY (PANDEMIC PREPAREDNESS COHORTS) - Aims to establish a network of community-based cohorts, including diverse age groups, demographic characteristics, and regions in the US, to allow ongoing monitoring of changes in respiratory virus epidemiology in the years following the COVID-19 pandemic. Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, for profit and tribal organizations, housing authorities$937,500-$5,750,0002/20/2024$95,250,000
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U.S. Department of EducationYOSERS: OSEP: PERSONNEL PREPARATION OF SPECIAL EDUCATION, EARLY INTERVENTION, AND RELATED SERVICES PERSONNEL AT HBCU'S, TRIBALLY CONTROLLED COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, AND OTHER MINORITY SERVING INSTITUTIONS - Seeks to (1) help address State-identified needs for personnel preparation and (2) ensure that those personnel have the necessary skills and knowledge to be successful in serving those children.Nonprofits, institutions of higher education, othersUp to $1,250,0002/20/2024$7,250,000
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U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of ReclamationYWATERSMART GRANTS: WATER AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY GRANTS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2024 - Provides funding for projects that result in quantifiable water savings, implement renewable energy components, and support broader sustainability benefits.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, othersUp to $5,000,0002/22/2024
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Vanguard CharitableNPHILANTHROPIC IMPACT FUND - Works to help donors make informed granting decisions and educates nonprofits on providing effective and efficient solutions to increase capacity and capability.501(c)(3) nonprofitsUnspecified2/23/2024
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Borealis PhilanthropyNCOMMUNITIES TRANSFORMING POLICING FUND - Supports groups to build power, increase police accountability and transparency, end criminalization, build community-based safety strategies, erode the power of police associations, and shift power and resources away from policing to communities.501(c)(3) organizations, or organizations with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsorUp to $50,000 per year for 3 years2/23/2024
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYCOOPERATIVE NEWBORN SCREENING SYSTEM PRORITIES PROGRAM (CO-PROPEL) - Seeks to strengthen state and regional systems to provide screening, counseling, and health care services to newborns and children with, or at risk for, heritable disorders.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizationsUnspecified2/23/2024$3,250,000
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U.S. Department of Veterans AffairsYVA LEGAL SERVICES FOR HOMELESS VETERANS AND VETERANS AT-RISK FOR HOMELESSNESS GRANT - Seeks to award grants to eligible public or nonprofit private entities who will provide legal services to eligible Veterans who are homeless or at risk for homelessness.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governmentsUp to $300,0002/23/2024$26,000,000
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U.S. Department of Veterans AffairsYVA SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIES PROGRAM - Supports organizations that provide supportive services to veteran families.501(c)(3) nonprofitsUp to $740,000,0002/23/2024$740,000,000
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U.S. Department of CommerceYFY24 NOAA MARINE DEBRIS REMOVAL UNDER THE BIPARTISAN INFRASTRUCTURE LAW - Supports the development and implementation of marine debris removal and prevention projects that benefit coastal habitat, waterways, and marine and Great Lake resources.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, for-profit organizations$800,000-$6,000,0002/23/2024$24,000,000
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U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationYOCEAN ACIDIFICATION PROGRAM EDUCATION MINI-GRANT PROGRAM - Supports coastal and ocean acidification education programs that are responsive to the goals of the NOAA Ocean Acidification Education Implementation Plan and the 2021-2040 NOAA Education Strategic Plan.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, federal agencies$50,000-$400,0002/23/2024
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Graham FoundationNPRODUCTION AND PRESENTATION GRANTS - Seeks to assist with the production and presentation of significant programs about architecture and the designed environment; support efforts to take risks in programming and create opportunities for experimentation; enable projects that would not otherwise be possible.501(c)(3) organizations, organizations offering clear evidence that the public interest will be servedUp to $30,0002/25/2024
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYGERIATRIC WORKFORCE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM (GWEP) - Seeks to develop a healthcare workforce that maximizes patient and family engagement to address gaps in health for older adults by integrating geriatrics and primary care and other appropriate specialties, including collaboration with community partners.Community-based organizations, tribal governments and organizations, private institutions of higher educationUp to $1,000,0002/26/2024$43,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYGERIATRICS WORKFORCE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM - Seeks to educate and train the health care and supportive care workforces to care for older adults by collaborating with community partners. Nonprofits, tribal governments, tribal organizations, institutions of higher education, othersUp to $1,000,0002/26/2024$43,000,000
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U.S. Department of CommerceYFY2024 COASTAL AND OCEAN MODELING TESTBED PROJECT - Seeks to address regional and national needs for ocean information, to gather reliable data on key coastal, ocean, and Great Lakes variables, and to ensure timely and sustained dissemination and availability of these data.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education$100,000-$300,0002/26/2024$1,500,000
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The Rita and Alex Hillman FoundationN2024 HILLMAN EMERGENT INNOVATION (HEI) - Provides grants to accelerate the development of bold, nursing-driven interventions that improve the health and healthcare of marginalized populations.501(c)(3) nonprofits, international nonprofit organizations, government entities, faith-based organizations$50,000 LOIs due 2/27/24$250,000
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The Rita and Alex Hillman FoundationN2024 HILLMAN EMERGENT INNOVATION: SERIOUS ILLNESS AND END OF LIFE (HSEI) - Provides grants to accelerate the development of bold, nursing-driven interventions that focus on serious illness and end of life care for marginalized populations.501(c)(3) nonprofits, international nonprofit organizations, government entities, faith-based organizations$50,000 LOIs due 2/27/24$500,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYSTRENGTHENING IMMUNIZATION PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION IN SUBNATIONAL CONSEQUENTIAL GEOGRAPHIES - Seeks to identify and vaccinate zero- and under-dose children, support disease elimination and vaccine-preventable diseases (VPD) surveillance; global laboratory networks; planning and implementation of supplemental immunization campaigns; and strengthening of immunization delivery systems and capacities in high priority countries.UnrestrictedUnspecified2/27/24 (forecasted)$225,000,000
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National Council on Problem GamblingNAGILITY GRANTS - Supports the innovation and amplification of prevention programming by encouraging new activities, validating growing initiatives, expanding proven programming, and more.U.S. based nonprofit engaging in problem gambling prevention programmingUnspecified2/28/2024
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rural Business-Cooperative ServiceYRURAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT GRANT (RBDG) - Promotes economic development and job creation projects through the awarding of business opportunity grants and business enterprise grants to serve rural areas.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUnspecified2/28/2024
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and AgricultureYTHE GUS SCHUMACHER NUTRITION INCENTIVE PROGRAM PRODUCE PRESCRIPTION PROGRAM - Aims to demonstrate and evaluate the impact of projects on (1) the improvement of dietary health through increased consumption of fruits and vegetables; (2) the reduction of individual and household food insecurity; and (3) the reduction in healthcare use and associated costs.Nonprofits, government agencies, governmental institutions of higher education$500,000 2/28/2024$5,280,000
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National Fish and Wildlife FoundationNACRES FOR AMERICA 2024 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS - Aims to provide urgently needed funding for projects that conserve important large-scale habitats for fish, wildlife, and plants through voluntary land acquisitions and perpetual conservation easements.501(c)(3) nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments and agencies, tribal organizations, educational institutionsUnspecified2/29/24 (pre-proposal due)$3,700,000
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest ServiceY2024 NATIONAL URBAN AND COMMUNITY FORESTRY CHALLENGE COST SHARE GRANT PROGRAM - Seeks to (1) increase the biodiversity, health, and resilience of trees in urban and community forests; (2) support the use of more locally grown, regionally adapted, insect and pest-resistant, and diverse native or site-appropriate species; and (3) facilitate funding to promote planting higher quality trees in urban forests with less emphasis on the quantity of trees planted.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations$100,000-$1,000,0002/29/2024$1,000,000
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U.S. Department of the Interior, Interior Business CenterYKAPAPAHULIAU NATIVE HAWAIIAN CLIMATE RESILIENCE PROGRAM - Seeks to enhance the ability of the Native Hawaiian Community to navigate the effects of climate change in ways that maintain the integrity and identity of the Native Hawaiian people while also maintaining and enhancing their capacity for coping, adaptation, and transformation.Native Hawaiian (nonprofit) organizations$100,000-$5,000,0002/29/2024$20,000,000
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U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development AdministrationYFY 2023 REGIONAL TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION HUB PROGRAM PHASE 2 NOTICE OF FUNDING OPPORTUNITY - Seeks to strengthen U.S. economic and national security through place-based investments in regions with the assets, resources, capacity, and potential to become globally competitive Tech Hubs, within approximately ten years, in the technologies and industries of the future, and for those industries, companies, and the good jobs they create to start, grow, and remain in the United States.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations, othersUp to $150,000,0002/29/2024$500,000,000
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U.S. Department of Energy, Golden Field OfficeYINSTALLATION NOISE REDUCTION AND RELIABLE MOORINGS FOR OFFSHORE WIND AND MARINE ENERGY - Aims to improve the reliability of moorings for floating offshore wind energy and marine energy converters; and reduce noise associated with installing fixed-bottom offshore wind energy foundations.Unrestricted$300,000-$5,000,0002/29/2024$16,400,000
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Massage Therapy FoundationN2024 MTF COMMUNITY SERVICE GRANT - Seeks to provide therapeutic massage and bodywork to communities or groups who may have little or no access to such services and who are in some way(s) marginalized by society, with the intention of enabling such communities to achieve their health potential.501(c)(3) nonprofits$500-$5,0003/1/2024
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Access Lex InstituteNDIVERSITY PATHWAY INTERVENTION GRANT PROGRAM - Provides funding to programs and initiatives aimed at helping college students and/or college graduates from historically underrepresented groups successfully matriculate into law school and the legal profession. Nonprofit organizations$200,000-$300,000 over 1-2 yearsLOIs due 3/1/24
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Whole Kids FoundationNGARDEN GRANT PROGRAM - Supports schools and non-profit organizations in turning outdoor spaces into powerful hands-on learning gardens that connect kids with food, spark their curiosity and support classroom curriculum.501(c)(3) nonprofits, K-12 schools$3,000 3/1/24 (application opens 2/1/24)
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National Environmental Education FoundationNVETERANS AND NATURE GRANT PROGRAM (2024-2025) - Aims to increase engagement of veterans’ communities in understanding the physical and mental health benefits of time in nature and provide opportunities for physical and mental health-focused outdoor activities at US Forest Service sites and other public lands.501(c)(3) organizationsUp to $10,0003/1/2024$100,000
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Clif Family FoundationNOPERATIONAL SUPPORT - Seeks to strengthen our food system, enhance equitable community health outcomes, safeguard our environment and natural resources.UnspecifiedUnspecified3/1/24, 8/1/24
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Blooming Prairie FoundationNGRANTS - Seeks to further the health of people, the planet and the cooperative business model by supporting development, research, and educational efforts in the organic industry and the cooperative community.501(c)(3) organizationsUnspecified3/1/2024
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Institute of Museum and Library ServicesY21ST CENTURY MUSEUM PROFESSIONALS PROGRAM (2024) - Supports projects that offer professional development to the current museum workforce; employ strategies to train and recruit future museum professionals; and support evaluation efforts to identify and share effective practices.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, running a museum$100,000-$500,0003/1/2024$2,000,000
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South ArtsNJAZZ ROAD TOURS - Supports small, three- to six-site tours at an array of venue types, often in rural communities and other areas traditionally underserved by the genre.Individuals, artist-led nonprofit organizations$5,000-$15,0003/1/2024
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community LivingYINNOVATIONS IN NUTRITION PROGRAMS AND SERVICES - STATEWIDE REPLICATION - Supports projects which replicate a successful model developed by Innovations in Nutrition Programs and Services grantees that has the potential to enhance the quality, effectiveness and proven outcomes of nutrition services programs within the aging services network.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, tribal organizations, housing authorities$400,000-$600,0003/1/24 (forecasted)$3,000,000
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First Nations Development InstituteNNATIVE LANGUAGE IMMERSION INITIATIVE GRANT - Seeks to build the capacity of and support Native language immersion education programs in tribal communities.Native-controlled 501(c)(3) nonprofits, Native-controlled organizations, tribes$45,000-$75,0003/4/2024
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The Jim Henson FoundationNARTIST GRANTS - Supports the creation of innovative new works of contemporary puppet theater.501(c)(3) organizations, organizations with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor$3,000-$7,000LOI's due 3/4/24; full proposals due 9/9/24
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U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology LaboratoryYALL HAZARDS ENERGY RESILIENCE - Seeks to advance tools and technologies specifically designed to reduce risks to energy delivery infrastructure from all hazards including cybersecurity, physical security, and climate effects.UnrestrictedUp to $5,000,0003/4/2024$70,000,000
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U.S. Department of EducationYPERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT TO IMPROVE SERVICES AND RESULTS FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES - DOCTORAL TRAINING CONSORTIA ASSOCIATED WITH HIGH-INTENSITY NEEDS - Seeks to increase the number of highly skilled doctoral leaders, including increasing the number of multilingual leadership personnel and leadership personnel from racially and ethnically diverse backgrounds, who provide, or prepare others to provide, services to children with disabilities with high-intensity needs by funding three doctoral training consortia.Nonprofits, institutions of higher education, others$1,950,000 3/4/2024$3,900,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYSUPPORTING THE MENTAL HEALTH AMONG THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS WORKFORCE - Supports health care entities to promote wellness, resilience, and mental health of the health care professional workforce using established or enhanced evidence-based or evidence-informed programs to transform organizational cultures.Nonprofits, for-profit and tribal organizations, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, othersUnspecified3/5/24 (forecasted)
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U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park ServiceYFY2023 HISTORIC PRESERVATION FUND - SEMIQUINCENTENNIAL GRANTS - Supports the physical preservation of a broad variety of cultural resources associated with the founding of America as a nation in commemoration of the country's semiquincentennial (250th anniversary).Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations$15,000-$750,0003/5/2024$10,000,000
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U.S. Department of Energy, Office of ScienceYBIOIMAGING RESEARCH APPROACHES FOR THE BIOECONOMY; THE ENVIRONMENT - Supports projects focusing on 1) fundamental imaging or sensing research from concept to validation or 2) evaluation of biological hypotheses or questions with feasible, use-inspired prototypes.Unrestricted (except for 501(c)(4) nonprofits engaged in post-1995 lobbying activities)$600,000-$2,350,0003/5/2024$16,000,000
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U.S. Department of Energy, Golden Field OfficeYBUILDINGS ENERGY EFFICIENCY FRONTIERS & INNOVATION TECHNOLOGIES (BENEFIT) 2024 - Supports innovative technologies in a variety of building elements, including through improved materials and design, lower costs, and without the need for major infrastructure upgrades.Nonprofits, local and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for profit and tribal organizations, housing authorities, small businesses, individuals$13,000,000-$30,000,0003/5/2024$30,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYEVIDENCE-BASED TELEHEALTH NETWORK PROGRAM - Seeks to demonstrate how telehealth networks are used to improve access to, training for, and quality of health care services.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, private and public institutions of higher education, for-profit organizations, othersUnspecified3/5/24 (forecasted)$8,750,000
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Maddie's FundNOPEN ARMS CHALLENGE 2024 - Supports new and existing programs that increase inclusivity and provide a welcoming environment for all staff (paid and unpaid) and community members; and keeping pets with people and animals in their communities when possible.501(c)(3) public charities, government agenciesUnspecified3/6/24 (opens 2/26/24)$510,000
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American Association of Retired PeopleNFLAGSHIP GRANTS - Supports projects that benefit those age 50 and older, in creating vibrant public spaces; delivering a range of transportation options, increasing digital connections by expanding high-speed internet; supporting community resilience; and improving community health and economic empowerment.501(c)(3), 501(c)(4), and 501(c)(6) nonprofits, government entities$500-$50,0003/6/2024
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American Association of Retired PeopleNCAPACITY BUILDING MICROGRANTS - Supports projects that benefit those 50 and older, by implementing bike audit assessments to enhance safety; implementing education and simple home modifications to make "lifelong homes;" and implementing walk audit assessments to enhance safety. 501(c)(3), 501(c)(4), and 501(c)(6) nonprofits, government entities$2,500 3/6/2024
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American Association of Retired PeopleNDEMONSTRATION GRANTS - Supports projects that encourage the replication of promising efforts that benefit those 50 and older, by enhancing digital connectivity to prepare for disasters; facilitatiing equitable engagement to reconnect communities; and implementing housing choice design competitions.501(c)(3), 501(c)(4), and 501(c)(6) nonprofits, government entities$10,000-$50,0003/6/2024
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U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against WomenYOVW FISCAL YEAR 2024 TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE INITIATIVE - Seeks to provide direct training and technical assistance to current and potential OVW recipients and subrecipients to enhance their efforts to successfully implement projects supported by OVW grant funds. Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, housing authorities, tribal organizations, unrestricted$100,000-$2,100,0003/7/2024$43,000,000
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Laura Jane Musser FundNRURAL ARTS INITIATIVE - Supports nonprofit arts organizations in rural communities to develop, implement or sustain exceptional artistic opportunities for adults and children in the areas of literary, visual, music, and performing arts.501(c)(3) nonprofitsUp to $12,0003/7/2024
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Center for Arab American Philanthropy; National Network for Arab American CommunitiesN2024 REQUEST FOR GRANT APPLICATIONS - Supports Arab American organizations that fall within the following two focus areas: Arts, Culture & Media OR Human Services, Education & Advocacy.501(c)(3) nonprofits serving the Arab American CommunityUp to $10,0003/8/2024
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Vanguard CharitableNSUSTAINABLE DISASTER RELIEF FUND - Supports communities hit by natural disasters as they rebuild and establish necessary infrastructure to better handle the impact of a repeat disaster.501(c)(3) nonprofitsUnspecified3/8/2024
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U.S. Department of Homeland Security - FEMAYFISCAL YEAR 2023 ASSISTANCE TO FIREFIGHTERS GRANT (AFG) - Provides financial assistance directly to fire departments, nonaffiliated emergency medical service (EMS) organizations, and State Fire Training Academies (SFTAs) to equip and train personnel to recognized standards and more.Nonprofits, local and tribal governments, public institutions of higher education, othersUp to $9,000,0003/8/2024$324,000,000
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U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park ServiceYFY2024 NAGPRA CONSULTATION/ DOCUMENTATION GRANTS - Supports efforts related to revising a NAGPRA inventory and making or responding to requests for repatriation of items in a NAGPRA summary; and supports projects determining the geographical origin, cultural affiliation, and other basic facts surrounding the acquisition of Native American cultural items.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations, others$5,000-$100,0003/8/2024$3,407,000
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Terra Foundation for American ArtNEXHIBITION GRANT - Supports temporary loan exhibitions that address current and historical inequities in representations and understandings of American art history, at institutions worldwide.501(c)(3) organizations$25,000-$250,000LOIs due 3/8/2024
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYADVANCING HEALTH EQUITY IN ASTHMA CONTROL THROUGH EXHALE STRATEGIES - Works to improve the health and quality of life for people living with asthma.Nonprofits, public housing authorities, county governments, special district governments$300,000-$800,0003/8/24 (anticipated)$75,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYTRANSITION FOR YOUTH WITH AUTISM AND/OR EPILEPSY DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS - Seeks to develop and advance national, state, and local/community-level frameworks that support successful transition from child to adult serving systems for youth with autism and/or epilepsy who have complex health and social needs and require a higher level of family support and coordination (YAES).Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, independent school districts, for profit and tribal organizations, small businessesUp to $450,0003/10/2024$4,950,000
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The Calvin K. Kazanjian Economics FoundationNTHE CALVIN K. KAZANJIAN FOUNDATION GRANT PROGRAM - Seeks to support efforts to raise the nation’s level of economic literacy.501(c)(3) organizations$10,000-$25,000LOIs due 3/10/23, rolling
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U.S. Department of Labor, Veterans Employment and Training Service YHOMELESS VETERANS REINTEGRATION PROGRAM (HVRP) - Seeks to enable America’s veterans to reach their full employment potential and obtain high-quality career outcomes for veterans experiencing homelessness.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations, housing authorities, others$150,000-$600,0003/11/2024$12,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYOPIOID-IMPACTED FAMILY SUPPORT PROGRAM (OIFSP) - Supports training programs for paraprofessionals and specialists who work on integrated, interprofessional teams in providing services to children whose parents are impacted by opioid use disorders (OUD) and other substance use disorders (SUD), and their family members who are in guardianship roles. Nonprofits, tribal governments, institutions of higher education, for-profit organizations, othersUp to $600,0003/11/24 (forecasted)$16,800,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYRURAL HEALTH CLINIC BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE PROGRAM - Seeks to improve the availability of behavioral health care services provided by Medicare participating Rural Health Clinics (RHCs) by establishing new behavioral health care service lines provided in and billed for by RHCs.Nonprofits, state and tribal governments, for-profit and tribal organizationsUnspecified3/12/24 (forecasted)$9,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYMATERNITY CARE NURSING WORKFORCE EXPANSION - Seeks to grow and diversify maternal and perinatal health nursing workforce by supporting the planning/development of new midwife training programs.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations, independent school districtsUnspecified3/12/24 (forecasted)$17,000,000
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Bloomberg PhilanthropiesNDIGITAL ACCELERATOR - Seeks to strengthen nonprofit cultural organizations through strategic investments in their digital infrastructure. 501(c)(3) nonprofit cultural organizationsUp to $200,0003/13/2024
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYFELLOWSHIPS OPEN BOOK PROGRAM - Awards publishers a $6,600 grant to release open access digital editions of books whose underlying research was funded by an eligible NEH fellowship or grant.Nonprofits, private and public institutions of higher education$6,600 3/13/2024$80,000
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U.S. Department of the Treasury, Community Development Financial InstitutionsYFISCAL YEAR 2024 CAPITAL MAGNET FUND PROGRAM - Supports (1) the development, preservation, rehabilitation, or purchase of affordable housing for primarily low-income families; and (2) economic development activities or community service facilities.Nonprofits, Treasury certified CDFIs$500,000-$36,975,0003/14/2024$246,500,000
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Laura Jane Musser FundNENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVE - Seeks to initiate or implement projects that enhance the ecological integrity of publicly owned open spaces, while encouraging compatible human activities.Nonprofits, public entitiesUp to $35,000 (+ up to $8,000 for optional planning)3/14/24 (opens 2/14/24)
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYMEDICARE RURAL HOSPITAL FLEXIBILITY PROGRAM - Supports critical access hospitals in quality improvement, quality reporting, performance improvement, and benchmarking, assists facilities seeking designation as CAHs, and establishes or expand the provision of rural emergency medical services (EMS).Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, for-profit and tribal organizations, independent school districts, housing authorities, individuals, small businessesUnspecified3/14/24 (forecasted)$29,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYFY 2024 BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICE EXPANSION - Seeks to increase equitable access to high quality integrated mental health and substance use disorder (SUD) services.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, tribal organizations, independent school districts, othersUp to $500,0003/14/24 (forecasted)$700,000,000
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Kent Richard Hofmann FoundationNGRANTS - Supports developing or established programs serving, educating, and researching HIV and AIDS, with emphasis on direct benefit to clients or target audiences.501(c)(3) organizationsUnspecified3/15/24, LOIs due 2/23/24; 8/30/24, LOIs due 8/2/24
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The Helen Frankenthaler FoundationNFRANKENTHALER CLIMATE INITIATIVE EXPANSION - Supports the assessment and implementation of energy efficiency projects at art museums, non-collecting visual arts organizations, and art schools across the U.S.Nonprofit events, community and cultural organizations, higher education art schools and programs, arts organizations, museums and archives, artist-endowed foundationsUp to $100,000 for implementation, up to $50,000 for technical assistance, up to $25,000 for scoping, up to $15,000 for catalyst3/15/2024$15,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYRADIATION EXPOSURE SCREENING AND EDUCATION PROGRAM - Seeks to improve the health outcomes and quality of life for populations at increased risk for the development of radiogenic cancers and/or disease resulting from exposure to radioactive materials through uranium mine industry work or fallout from nuclear arms testing.Nonprofits, state, local, and special district governments, tribal organizationsUnspecified3/15/2024$1,700,000
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The Jensen ProjectNGRANTTANK PROGRAM - Supports programs that serve adult female survivors of sex trafficking with housing or economic empowerment, have proprietary technology to advance the movement, or are working in Equality Model policymaking.501(c)(3) nonprofits, over two years old$100,000-$300,0003/15/24 (opens 2/12/24)$2,000,000
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The J.M. Kaplan FundNFURTHERMORE GRANTS IN PUBLISHING - Assists nonfiction books having to do with art, architecture, and design; cultural history, the city, and related public issues; and conservation and preservation. 501(c)(3) organizations$1,500-$15,0003/15/24, 9/1/24
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U.S. Department of Energy, Golden Field OfficeYHYDROGEN AND FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES OFFICE FOA TO ADVANCE THE NATIONAL CLEAN HYDROGEN STRATEGY - Seeks to support the goals of the H2@Scale Initiative, which aims to advance affordable hydrogen production, transport, storage, and utilization to enable decarbonization and revenue opportunities across multiple sectors. Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, housing authorities, individuals, others$250,000-$10,000,0003/15/2024$59,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYPRIMARY CARE TRAINING AND ENHANCEMENT- PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT RURAL TRAINING IN MENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROGRAM (PCTE PARM) - Seeks to develop and implement clinical rotations for PA students in rural areas integrating behavioral health with primary care services.Nonprofits, for-profit organizations, tribal governments, and public institutions of higher educationUp to $415,0003/15/2024$5,000,000
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U.S. Department of Energy, Golden Field OfficeYSOLAR ENERGY EVOLUTION AND DIFFUSION STUDIES 4 (SEEDS 4) - Invests in innovative social science research that generates actionable insights to improve large-scale solar (LSS) siting processes and outcomes for host communities—particularly those that are disadvantaged—and the solar industry.Unrestricted$1,000,000-$2,500,0003/15/2024$7,000,000
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U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife ServiceYF24AS00186 PRESCOTT MARINE MAMMAL RESCUE AND RESPONSE GRANT PROGRAM - Provides financial assistance for care of sick, injured, or entangled marine mammals, emergency assistance to stranded marine mammals, collecting data and samples of marine mammals for scientific research, facility operating costs relating thereof, and developing stranding network capacity.Unrestricted$1,000-$150,0003/15/2024$1,120,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYPAUL COVERDELL NATIONAL STROKE PROGRAM - Supports state stroke systems in partnerships with learning collaboratives or coalitions to improve state-level stroke care for those at the highest risk.Unrestricted$500,000-$650,0003/15/24 (forecasted)$38,875,000
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and NutritionYSUPPORTING THE USE OF TRADITIONAL INDIGENOUS FOODS IN THE CHILD NUTRITION PROGRAMS - Seeks to provide tailored training and technical assistance to School Food Authorities (SFA) that serve tribal communities and participate in the NSLP.Nonprofit, school food authority, tribal government owned entity, Native Hawaiian organization, tribal colleges and universities$250,000-$500,0003/18/2024$2,000,000
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U.S. Department of EducationYOFFICE OF POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION (OPE): INTERNATIONAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION (IFLE): FULLBRIGHT-HAYS GROUP PROJECTS ABROAD (GPA) PROGRAM; LONG-TERM PROJECTS - Seeks to promote, improve, and develop the study of modern foreign languages and area studies in the United States, through long-term advanced intensive language programs.Nonprofits, institutions of higher education, othersUp to $300,0003/18/2024$3,000,000
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U.S. Department of EducationYOFFICE OF POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION (OPE): INTERNATIONAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION (IFLE): FULLBRIGHT-HAYS GROUP PROJECTS ABROAD (GPA) PROGRAM; SHORT-TERM PROJECTS - Seeks to promote, improve, and develop the study of modern foreign languages and area studies in the United States, through short-term seminars, curriculum development, or group research or study.Nonprofits, institutions of higher education, othersUp to $180,0003/18/2024$3,600,000
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U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife ServiceYF24AS00158 - MARINE TURTLE CONSERVATION FUND - Seeks to recover and sustain viable populations of marine turtles in the wild by reducing threats to these marine turtles in their natural habitat.Nonprofits, foreign national and local governments, multinational secretariats, institutions of higher education, for profit organizations$150,000-$500,0003/18/2024$2,000,000
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The Grey Muzzle OrganizationNGREY MUZZLE GRANTS - Supports programs designed to improve the lives of at-risk senior dogs.501(c)(3) organizations$2,500-$11,0003/19/24 (opens 2/20/24)
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Environmental Protection AgencyYGRANT FUNDING TO ADDRESS INDOOR AIR POLLUTION AT SCHOOLS - Seeks to enable more low-income, disadvantaged, and Tribal kindergarten through twelfth grade (K-12) schools and/or school districts to monitor and reduce GHG emissions and indoor air pollutants through the development and adoption of comprehensive indoor air quality (IAQ) management plans consistent with EPA recommendations.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, educational agencies, U.S. territories and possessions$5,000,000-$8,000,0003/19/2024$32,000,000
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U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology LaboratoryYBIPARTISAN INFRASTRUCTURE LAW (BIL) BATTERY MATERIALS PROCESSING AND BATTERY MANUFACTURING - Supports workers’ ability to organize and collectively bargain as well as to engage and partner with labor unions, underserved communities, and underrepresented groups, including Indian Tribes.UnrestrictedUp to $3,000,000,0003/19/2024$3,500,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYRYAN WHITE HIV/AIDS PROGRAM PART C CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM - Seeks to strengthen organizational capacity to respond to the changing health care landscape and to increase capacity to develop, enhance, or expand access to high quality HIV primary health care services for low income people with HIV.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, tribal organizations, small busineses, public or private institutions of higher education, independent school districtsUnspecified3/19/24 (forecasted)$9,000,000
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U.S. Department of CommerceY2024 BYCATCH REDUCTION ENGINEERING PROGRAM - Supports the development of technological solutions and changes in fishing practices designed to minimize bycatch of fish and protected species and to reduce impacts to invertebrates.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, housing authorities, individuals$50,000-$200,0003/20/2024$2,300,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYGROWING AND DIVERSIFYING THE DOULA WORKFORCE PROGRAM - COMMUNITY AWARDS - Seeks to directly fund community-based organizations to recruit, hire, and train a diverse and sustainable doula workforce in areas most affected by adverse infant and maternal health outcomes.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for-profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, housing authoritiesUnspecified3/20/24 (forecasted)$17,500,000
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Institute of Museum and Library ServicesYLAURA BUSH 21ST CENTURY LIBRARIAN PROGRAM (2024) - Supports the training and professional development of library and archives professionals; developing faculty and information leaders; and recruiting, educating, and retaining the next generation of library and archives professionals.Nonprofits, libraries, academic institution, school districts, state agencies, institutions of higher education$50,000-$1,000,0003/20/2024$8,500,000
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Institute of Museum and Library ServicesYNATIONAL LEADERSHIP GRANTS FOR LIBRARIES (2024) - Supports projects that address critical needs of the library and archives fields and have the potential to advance practice and strengthen library and archival services for the American public.Nonprofits, libraries, academic institution, school districts, state agencies, institutions of higher education$50,000-$1,000,0003/20/2024$11,500,000
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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentYSECTION 811 SUPPORTIVE HOUSING FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (CAPITAL ADVANCE) - Aims to expand the supply of integrated affordable housing by providing Capital Advance funding for the development of permanent supportive rental housing for very-low-income persons with disabilities who are 18 years of age or older and less than 62 years of age at entry.501(c)(3) nonprofitsUp to $5,000,0003/21/2024$106,000,000
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and AgricultureYVETERINARY SERVICES GRANT PROGRAM - Supports education and extension activities and practice enhancement initiatives that will enable veterinarians, veterinary students, veterinary technicians, and veterinary technician students to gain specialized skills and provide practices with additional resources.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal government agencies, accredited colleges or schools of veterinary medicine, university research foundations or veterinary medical foundations, departments of veterinary science or comparative medicine, organizations supporting food animal veterinary programs$75,000-$250,0003/21/2024$3,822,070
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYMEDICARE RURAL HOSPITAL FLEXIBILITY PROGRAM - EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES SUPPLEMENT - Seeks to build an evidence base for rural EMS activities in the Flex Program by funding the implementation of demonstration projects of sustainable rural EMS models and quality metrics, and by sharing the results of those projects with rural EMS agencies.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, housing authorities, for-profit and tribal organizations, individuals, small businesses.Unspecified3/21/24 (forecasted)$2,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYRURAL COMMUNITIES OPIOID RESPONSE PROGRAM - PSYCHOSTIMULANT SUPPORT - Aims to strengthen and expand prevention, treatment, and recovery services for rural individuals who misuse psychostimulants to enhance their ability to access treatment and move towards recovery.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, for-profit and tribal organizations, independent school districts, small businesses, housing authoritiesUnspecified3/21/2024 (forecasted)$15,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYBEHAVIORAL HEALTH INTEGRATION (BHI) EVIDENCE BASED TELEHEALTH NETWORK PROGRAM (EB-TNP) - Seeks to integrate behavioral health services into primary care settings using telehealth technology through telehealth networks and evaluate the effectiveness of such integration.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, independent school districts, for profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, othersUp to $350,0003/22/2024$8,750,000
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U.S. Department of Energy, Golden Field OfficeYDE-FOA-0003155 CRITICAL MATERIALS ACCELERATOR - Aims to validate and prototype technologies and processes that address critical materials challenges by developing alternatives, diversifying and expanding supply, increasing manufacturing and material efficiency, and establishing a circular economy.Unrestricted$500,000-$3,000,0003/22/2024$10,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYHEALTH CARE WORKFORCE INNOVATION PROGRAM - Seeks to grow the health care workforce by funding new, leading edge health profession education and training models that will expand the supply of health care professionals in underserved and rural areas. Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, for-profit and tribal organizations, institutions of higher educationUnspecified3/22/24 (forecasted)$27,540,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYPRIMARY CARE TRAINING AND ENHANCEMENT - RURAL COMMUNITY PROGRAM DIRECTORS - Supports primary care fellowship programs that train primary care physicians who have completed a residency in general internal medicine, family medicine, general pediatrics or combined pediatrics and internal medicine.Nonprofits, state governments, private institutions of higher education, for-profit organizationsUnspecified3/23/24 (forecasted)$4,000,000
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Voices for Healthy Kids, American Heart AssociationNRAPID RESPONSE GRANT OPPORTUNITY - Supports critically timed needs of mature campaigns in push-for-passage mode (strategic time in final states of a policy passing) or to support a defensive campaign that would prevent a harmful policy from being passed.501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4), nonprofit organizations, or organizations with a qualifying fiscal sponsorUp to $60,0003/25/2024
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WES Mariam Assefa FundNELEVATING MIGRANT LEADERSHIP - Seeks to shift power to where it belongs: to immigrants, refugees, and other communities whose voices are often unheard.U.S. based nonprofits$100,000 3/25/2024$700,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and PreventionYSTRENGTHENING PUBLIC HEALTH SYSTEMS AND SERVICES THROUGH NATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS TO IMPROVE AND PROTECT THE NATION'S HEALTH - Seeks to increase the knowledge, skill, and ability to deliver essential public health services, improve organizational and systems capacity and capability to address prioritized, equity-based public health priorities, and strengthen the nation's public health infrastructure and performance.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations, othersUnspecified3/25/24 (forecasted)$66,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community LivingYALZHEIMER'S DISEASE PROGRAMS INITIATIVE (ADPI) - GRANTS TO STATES AND COMMUNITIES (WINTER 2024) - Aims to support and promote the development and expansion of dementia-capable home and community based services (HCBS) systems in States and Communities.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations$800,000-$1,000,0003/25/24 (forecasted)$22,000,000
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U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against WomenYOVW FISCAL YEAR 2024 GRANTS FOR OUTREACH AND SERVICES TO UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS PROGRAM - Supports efforts to develop or enhance population-specific outreach and victim services to adult and youth victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking in underserved populations.Nonprofits, others$550,000-$625,0003/26/2024$9,000,000
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U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training AdministrationYPATHWAY HOME 5 - Seeks to provide eligible incarcerated individuals with workforce services prior to release and to continue services after release by transitioning the participants into reentry programs in the communities to which they will return.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, tribal organizations$1,000,000-$4,000,0003/26/24 (forecasted)$52,000,000
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U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training AdministrationYGROWTH OPPORTUNITIES -ROUNDS 4 AND 5 - Aims to introduce and prepare justice-involved youth and young adults for the world of work and put them on a path to more equitable career opportunities, through placement into paid work experiences.Nonprofits, special district, local, and tribal governments, independent school districts, tribal organizations$1,000,000-$5,100,0003/26/24 (forecasted)$85,000,000
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U.S. Department of Veterans AffairsYGRANTS FOR ADAPTIVE SPORTS PROGRAMS FOR DISABLED VETERANS AND DISABLED MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES (EQUINE ASSISTED THERAPY) - Provides grants to eligible adaptive sports entities to plan, develop, manage, and implement programs to provide equine therapy for Veterans and members of the Armed Forces with disabilities.Non-federal government entities with experience in managing a large-scale adaptive sports programUp to $750,0003/27/2024$1,500,000
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U.S. Department of Veterans AffairsYGRANTS FOR ADAPTIVE SPORTS PROGRAMS FOR DISABLED VETERANS AND MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES PROGRAM - Provides grants to eligible adaptive sports entities to plan, develop, manage, and implement programs to provide adaptive sports activities for Veterans and members of the Armed Forces with disabilities. Non-federal government entities with experience in managing a large-scale adaptive sports programUp to $750,0003/27/2024$14,500,000
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Mid Atlantic Arts FoundationNUSARTISTS INTERNATIONAL - Supports in-person performances by American artists at engagements at international festivals and global presenting arts marketplaces outside of the United States.Performing artists (individuals or ensembles) with 501(c)(3) status or with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsorUp to $15,0003/27/2024
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for HealthYSUPPORTING VACCINE CONFIDENCE - Supports projects that seek to increase vaccine confidence among adults and children (parents and guardians) across the United States. Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for-profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, housing authorities$116,000-$166,6663/28/24 (forecasted)$1,000,000
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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentYGREEN AND RESILIENT RETROFIT PROGRAM ELEMENTS - Provides modest awards designed to add proven and highly impactful climate resilience and carbon reduction measures to the construction scopes of in-progress recapitalization transactions.UnrestrictedUp to $750,0003/28/2024$140,000,000
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Office of Hawaiian AffairsNCOMMUNITY GRANT - KUMUWAIWAI NAʻAUAO - EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES - Supports culture and community-based projects that utilize ʻōlelo and nohona Hawaiʻi to meet educational needs of families and communities; and/or activities designed to help Native Hawaiian students prepare for post-secondary education and economic stability pursuits.Nonprofit organizations$100,000-$410,0003/29/24, LOIs due 3/22/24
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Office of Hawaiian AffairsNCOMMUNITY GRANT - OLA KE KANAKA - PHYSICAL, SPIRITUAL, MENTAL & EMOTIONAL HEALTH - Supports programs and practices that strengthen Native Hawaiian wellbeing, including physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional health. Nonprofit organizations$100,000-$500,0003/29/24, LOIs due 3/22/24
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Office of Hawaiian AffairsNCOMMUNITY GRANT - OLA NĀ IWI - IWI KUPUNA REPATRIATION & REINTERMENT - Supports projects and activities that include the purchase of ceremonial and reburial materials; the purchase of temporary storage containers to hold iwi until reburial; transportation to facilitate repatriation and reinterment; construction costs for burial vault to hold the iwi; repatriation research; and/or training for community members, lineal and/or cultural descendants and/or other advocates.Nonprofit organizations$50,000-$300,0003/29/24, LOIs due 3/22/24
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Office of Hawaiian AffairsNCOMMUNITY GRANT - OLA KA MOʻOMEHEU - CULTURE PRESERVATION & PERPETUATION - Supports programs and practices that preserve and perpetuate Hawaiian language, culture, traditions, identity and sense of lāhui.Nonprofit organizations$50,000-$200,0003/29/24, LOIs due 3/22/24
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Office of Hawaiian AffairsNCOMMUNITY GRANT - OLA KA ʻĀINA - HEALTH OF LAND AND WATER - Supports programs and practices that strengthen the health of the ʻāina, including increasing community stewardship of Hawai‘i’s natural and cultural resources that foster connection to ‘āina,‘ohana, and communities; and/or increasing restoration of Native Hawaiian cultural sites, landscapes, kulāiwi and traditional food systems.Nonprofit organizations$100,000-$200,0003/29/24, LOIs due 3/22/24
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Office of Hawaiian AffairsNCOMMUNITY GRANT - LAKO KO KAUHALE - ʻOHANA RESOURCE MANAGEMENT & HOUSING - Supports programs and practices that strengthen Native Hawaiian resource management knowledge and skills to meet the housing needs of their ʻohana, increasing safety, stability, social support networks, and cultural connection in Native Hawaiian communities.Nonprofit organizations$750,000-$1,500,0003/29/24, LOIs due 3/22/24
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Office of Hawaiian AffairsNCOMMUNITY GRANT - HOʻOMOHALA WAIWAI ʻOHANA - ʻOHANA ECONOMIC STABILITY - Supports programs and practices that strengthen ‘ohana abilities to pursue multiple pathways toward economic stability and projects that support the resource stability of Native Hawaiian ‘ohana; and/or projects that increase the Native Hawaiian employment rate.Nonprofit organizations$250,000-$440,0003/29/24, LOIs due 3/22/24
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Office of Hawaiian AffairsNCOMMUNITY GRANT - HOʻOMOHALA WAIWAI KAIAULU - COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT - Supports programs and practices that strengthen economic development in and for Hawaiian communities; projects that support the establishment of new markets for Native Hawaiian products; and/or projects that support the establishment and operationalization of indigenous economic system consistent with Native Hawaiian knowledge, culture, values and practices.Nonprofit organizations$250,000-$400,0003/29/24, LOIs due 3/22/24
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Office of Hawaiian AffairsNCOMMUNITY GRANT - ʻĀINA HOʻOPULAPULA - HAWAIIAN HOMESTEAD COMMUNITIES - Supports projects to meet Hawaiian Homestead communities' basic needs; programs in Hawaiian Homestead communities’ youth, kupuna, or community centers, including purchase of program or activity supports; and/or education, advocacy or support services to enable Hawaiian Homestead communities to advocate for ʻohana and community needs.Nonprofit organizations$50,000-$300,0003/29/24, LOIs due 3/22/24
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Office of Hawaiian AffairsNCOMMUNITY GRANT - OLA KA LĀHUI - VULNERABLE POPULATIONS - Supports programs and practices that strengthen the wellbeing of vulnerable populations, including Native Hawaiian kupuna; rural communities; LGBTQIA2S+ communities; and/or Native Hawaiians impacted by houselessness, incarceration, human trafficking, or intimate partner violence.Nonprofit organizations$50,000-$500,0003/29/24, LOIs due 3/22/24
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYBEHAVIORAL HEALTH WORKFORCE EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAM- PARAPROFESSIONALS - Seeks to increase the supply of behavioral health paraprofessionals trained to work with children, adolescents and transitional-aged youth at risk for behavioral health disorders by engaging and retaining families in mental health prevention and intervention programs.Nonprofits, state and tribal governments, for-profit and tribal organizations, public institutions of higher educationUnspecified3/29/24 (forecasted)
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYFY 2024 EXPANDED HOURS - Seeks to expand access to health center services and support health centers to meet identified patient needs by increasing the number of health center operating hours. Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, independent school districts, othersUnspecified3/30/24 (forecasted)
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYRYAN WHITE HIV/AIDS PROGRAM PART D - WOMEN, INFANTS, CHIILDREN AND YOUTH GRANT SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDING - Seeks to strengthen organizational capacity to respond to the changing health care landscape and increase access to high quality family-centered HIV primary health care services for low income women, infants, children and youth (WICY) with HIV.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, tribal organizations, private institutions of higher education, small businesses, independent school districtsUnspecified3/30/24 (forecasted)$3,000,000
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JA Community FoundationN2024 SPRING GRANTS - Funds programs and projects that focus on senior health and services, history, arts and culture, and youth, with a focus on the Japanese American community.501(c)(3) organizations$2,500-$50,000LOIs due 1/31/24, proposals due 3/31/24
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Classics for KidsNCLASSICS FOR KIDS MATCHING GRANT PROGRAM - Funds schools or non-profit organizations that believe in the role of fine instruments, and can show evidence of need. Nonprofits, schools Unspecified 3/31/24, 6/30/24, 9/30/24, 12/31/24
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYSURVEILLANCE OF PUBLIC HEALTH BURDEN OF PERSISTANT TIC DISORDERS INCLUDING TOURETTE SYNDROME IN CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS, AND YOUNG ADULTS - Aims to conduct surveillance of persistent tic disorders (PTD) including Tourette syndrome (TS) among children, adolescents, and young adults to document the public health burden of these disorders and generate data that can be used to inform education and outreach activities to improve the health and well-being of individuals with tic disorders and their families.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for-profit and tribal organizations, small businesses$150,000-$250,0003/31/2024 (forecasted)$3,750,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationYGRANTS TO EXPAND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER TREATMENT CAPACITY IN ADULT AND FAMILY TREATMENT DRUG COURTS - Seeks to expand substance use disorder treatment and recovery support services in existing drug courts.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, tribal organizations, health facilities, drug courtsUp to $400,0004/1/2024$24,400,000
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U.S. Department of Energy, Golden Field OfficeYCOMBINED WELLBORE CONSTRUCTION HIGH TEMPERATURE TOOLS AND RESERVOIR THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE (RTES) - Pursues research, development, and demonstration projects to facilitate technology validation and demonstration, reduce cost, and improve performance of (1) High-Temperature Tools for Well Integrity Evaluation and (2) Utilization of Reservoir Thermal Energy Storage (RTES) Technology for Decarbonization of Industrial Processes.Unrestricted$100,000-$10,000,0004/1/2024$31,000,000
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rural Business-Cooperative ServiceYRURAL INNOVATION STRONGER ECONOMIES (RISE) - Seeks to provide financial assistance in support of innovation centers and job accelerator programs that improve the ability of distressed rural communities to create high wage jobs, accelerate the formation of new businesses, and help rural communities identify and maximize local assets.Nonprofits, state and tribal governments, public institutions of higher education, others$500,000-$2,000,0004/1/2024$2,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYIMPROVING ADOLESCENT HEALTH AND WELL-BEING THROUGH SCHOOL-BASED SURVEILLANCE AND THE WHAT WORKS IN SCHOOLS PROGRAM - Supports school districts in implementing three key strategies: providing quality health education, connecting youth to health services, and creating safe and supportive learning environments.UnrestrictedUnspecified4/1/2024$77,500,000
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Institute of Museum and Library ServicesYNATIVE HAWAIIAN LIBRARY SERVICES GRANTS (2024) - Aims to assist Native Hawaiian libraries in improving core library services for their communities.Nonprofit organizations that primarily serve or represent Native Hawaiians$10,000-$150,0004/1/2024$450,000
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Atherton Family FoundationNGRANTS - Supports programs that benefit the people of Hawaii through arts, culture, and humanities; community development; education; environment; health; human services; spiritual development; and youth development.501(c)(3) organizations, or organizations with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor$19,000-$38,000 (average)4/1/24, 8/1/24, 10/1/24, 1/5/25 annually
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Brady Education FoundationNEXISTING PROGRAM EVALUATION PROPOSALS - Supports projects that have the potential to provide data that will inform how to address disparities in educational opportunities associated with race, ethnicity, and family income. Nonprofit research organizations, colleges and universitiesUp to $50,0004/1/24, 8/1/24
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U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against WomenYOVW FISCAL YEAR 2024 TRAINING AND SERVICES TO END VIOLENCE AND ABUSE AGAINST INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES AND DEAF PEOPLE PROGRAM - Seeks to create sustainable change within and between organizations that improves the response to individuals with disabilities and Deaf individuals who are victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking, and caregiver abuse, and to hold perpetrators of such crimes accountable.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, tribal organizations, others$600,000-$725,0004/2/2024$9,000,000
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U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training AdministrationYJOB CORPS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY/HUB - Seeks to provide expanded career technical training and career outcomes for Job Corps students, specifically in information technology. Nonprofits, institutions of higher education, for profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, othersUp to $20,000,0004/2/24 (forecasted)$20,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYSTATE MATERNAL HEALTH INNOVATION - Seeks to improve maternal health and address maternal health disparities through state-led demonstrations focused on quality services, a skilled workforce, enhanced data quality and capacity, and innovative programming.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, for-profit and tribal organizations, independent school districts, housing authorities, individuals, small businesses, othersUnspecified4/2/2024$18,000,000
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and AgricultureYBEGINNING FARMER AND RANCHER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM - Seeks to develop and offer education, training, outreach and mentoring programs to enhance the sustainability of the next generation of farmers.Community-based organizations, state, local, and tribal agencies, non-governmental organizations, colleges and universities, for-profit organizations$49,999-$750,0004/4/2024$24,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYSURVEILLANCE OF SPINA BIFIDA ACROSS THE LIFESPAN - Seeks to conduct a project to identify a population-based sample of children and adults with spina bifida to estimate the prevalence and describe key outcomes with the goal of identifying opportunities to improve the health of individuals living with spina bifida.Unrestricted$150,000-$400,0004/5/23 (forecasted)$8,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYFY 2024 ENDING THE HIV EPIDEMIC - PRIMARY CARE HIV PREVENTION (PCHP) - Supports the expansion of HIV prevention services that decrease the risk of HIV transmission in underserved communities in support of Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, tribal organizations, independent school districts, othersUnspecified4/6/24 (forecasted)
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYFY 2024 ACCELERATING CANCER SCREENING (AxCS) - Seeks to Increase equitable access to cancer screening and referral for care and treatment by enhancing outreach, patient navigation, and other enabling services. Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, independent school districtsUp to $250,0004/8/24 (forecasted)$10,000,000
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U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against WomenYOVW FISCAL YEAR 2024 TRANSITIONAL HOUSING ASSISTANCE GRANTS FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, DATING VIOLENCE, SEXUAL ASSAULT AND STALKING PROGRAM - Supports programs that provide 6-24 months of transitional housing with support services for victims who are homeless or in need of transitional housing or other housing assistance, as a result of a situation of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault or stalking; and for whom emergency shelter services or other crisis intervention services are unavailable or insufficient.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, tribal organizations, others$400,000-$500,0004/9/2024$40,000,000
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation ServiceYURBAN AGRICULTURE AND INNOVATIVE PRODUCTION (UAIP) COMPETITIVE GRANTS PROGRAM - Supports the development of urban agriculture and innovative production.Nonprofits, city, local, special district, and tribal governments, public housing authorities, independent school districts$75,000-$350,0004/9/2024$6,100,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYRURAL SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER IMPACT PROGRAM - Supports the Rural Substance Use Disorder Impact ProgramNonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, for-profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, independent school districtsUnspecified4/9/24 (forecasted)$10,000,000
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U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice AssistanceYBJA FY24 STRENGTHENING THE MEDICAL EXAMINER-CORONER SYSTEM PROGRAM - Seeks to strengthen the ME/C system by increasing the number of qualified forensic pathologists and enhance the quality of medicolegal death investigations nationwide.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, for profit and tribal organizationsUp to $300,0004/10/2024
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U.S. Department of Energy, Golden Field OfficeYSTRATEGIES TO INCREASE HYDROPOWER FLEXIBILITY - Supports three complementary strategies for increasing the flexibility of hydropower: demonstrating hydropower hybrids, supporting innovative advanced hydropower equipment, and developing new operational strategies.Unrestricted$750,000-$4,000,0004/11/2024$9,500,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYSECONDARY ANALYSES OF HEAD START DATA - Supports researchers conducting secondary analyses of data of relevance to Head Start (HS) programs and policies, including research of relevance to HS programs serving families with children 3 to 5 years old, Early HS programs serving pregnant women and families with infants and toddlers, American Indian Alaska Native (AI/AN) HS programs serving families in tribal communities, and Migrant and Seasonal HS programs serving families engaged in migrant and seasonal farm work.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for-profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, housing authorities$90,000-$100,0004/11/24 (forecasted)$1,000,000
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U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against WomenYOVW FISCAL YEAR 2024 RURAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, DATING VIOLENCE, SEXUAL ASSAULT, AND STALKING PROGRAM - Supports efforts to enhance the safety of rural victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking and supports projects uniquely designed to address and prevent these crimes in rural areas.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations, others$500,000-$950,0004/12/2024$36,400,000
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U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology LaboratoryYFLEXIBLE AND INNOVATIVE TRANSFORMER TECHNOLOGIES (FITT) - Aims to stimulate innovative designs, prototypes, and field demonstration exercises of advanced distribution and/or power transformers that can be readily utilized across a range of distribution to transmission scale applications.UnrestrictedUp to $2,500,0004/12/2024$18,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYFY 2024 NEW ACCESS POINTS - Seeks to provide operational support for new service delivery sites under the Health Center Program. Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, independent school districtsFrom $650,0004/12/24 (forecasted)$150,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYRURAL HOSPITAL STABILIZATION PILOT PROGRAM - Provides expert technical assistance to rural hospitals to conduct market assessments, determine ways to enhance existing service lines, and start new service lines to keep services locally.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, for-profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, independent school districts, individuals, housing authoritiesUnspecified4/12/24 (forecasted)$20,000,000
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U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against WomenYOVW FISCAL YEAR 2024 LEGAL ASSISTANCE FOR VICTIMS GRANT PROGRAM EXPANDING LEGAL SERVICES INITIATIVE - Seeks to enable eligible organizations that do not currently offer legal services to establish a program that provides legal representation to victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.Nonprofits, tribal governments and organizations, others$400,000 4/13/2024$3,200,000
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U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against WomenYOVW FISCAL YEAR 2024 LEGAL ASSISTANCE FOR VICTIMS - Seeks to increase the availability of civil and criminal legal assistance needed to effectively aid victims (ages 11 and older) of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking by providing funds for comprehensive direct legal services to victims in legal matters relating to or arising out of that abuse or violence.Nonprofits, tribal governments and organizations, institutions of higher education, others$600,000-$900,0004/13/2024$31,800,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYBUILDING CAPACITY TO INCREASE COMMERCIAL TOBACCO CESSATION - Seeks to build the capacity of state and territorial tobacco control programs and their partners to translate the science of tobacco cessation into public health interventions aimed at increasing the number of people who make an attempt to quit using tobacco products and who succeed in quitting.Unrestricted$300,000-$4,5000,0004/13/2024$9,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYECONOMIC MODELING FOR HIV, VIRAL HEPATITIS, STD, AND TB - Supports modeling of disease dynamics and advanced data analytics to inform and improve HIV, viral hepatitis, STD, TB and adolescent health interventions and programs.UnrestrictedUnspecified4/13/24 (forecasted)$10,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYDOCUMENTING OUTCOMES ASSOCIATED WITH PERSISTENT TIC DISORDERS (INCLUDING TOURETTE SYNDROME) IN CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS, AND YOUNG ADULTS THROUGH SURVEILLANCE - Supports those with the infrastructure and capacity to identify, collect, and disseminate information on outcomes associated with persistent tic disorders (PTD) including Tourette syndrome (TS) among children, adolescents, and young adults.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for profit organizations, small businesses, others$150,000-$750,0004/15/2024$3,750,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYBEHAVIORAL RISK FACTOR SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM (BRFSS): IMPACT ON POPULATION HEALTH - Aims to increase the reporting of health outcomes in order to advance health equity among underrepresented groups.Unrestricted$70,000-$600,0004/15/2024$159,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYIMPLEMENTING EVIDENCE-BASED HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAMS FOR ATTENTION-DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD) OR TOURETTE SYNDROME (TS) - Seeks (1) to improve understanding of, management of, and access to evidence-based services for people with TS or ADHD and their families and communities, (2) to strengthen the capacity among healthcare professionals to appropriately diagnose and provide evidence-based treatments, and (3) to strengthen the capacity among education professionals to implement evidence-based strategies that provide support and facilitate learning and academic success.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for-profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, housing authorities, others$850,000-$1,100,0004/15/2024$9,750,000
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U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training AdministrationYAPPRENTICESHIP BUILDING AMERICA, ROUND 2 (ABA2) - Seeks to continue to expand, diversify, and strengthen the Registered Apprenticeship system through support for public and private partnerships designed to serve a range of industries and individuals and promote Registered Apprenticeship Programs (RAPs).Nonprofits, local and tribal governments, public institutions of higher education, others$1,000,000-$8,000,0004/15/24 (forecasted)$95,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYSTATE BIOMONITORING PROGRAMS: ASSESSING DISPROPORTIONATE EXPOSURE TO ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICALS AMONG COMMUNITIES - Seeks to leverage existing capability and capacity of state public health laboratories to conduct high-quality biomonitoring science and assess human exposure to environmental chemicals within their jurisdictions, specifically focusing on investigations for populations disproportionately affected by exposure to harmful chemicals. Unrestricted$350,000-$1,100,0004/15/2024$15,000,000
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U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology LaboratoryYCARBON NEGATIVE SHOT PILOTS - Aims to expand the current Department of Energy portfolio of Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) technologies to advance technologies that will ultimately achieve the Carbon Negative Shot target of under $100/net tonne Carbon Dioxide equivalent (CO2e) removed (both capture and storage), by 2032.UnrestrictedUp to $7,000,0004/16/2024$100,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYDRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES (DFC) SUPPORT PROGRAM - COMPETING CONTINUATION (YEAR 6) - Seeks to establish and strengthen collaborations to support the efforts of community coalitions working to prevent and reduce substance use among youth through renewing or continuing funding for previously funded organizations.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, tribal organizations, othersUp to $125,0004/17/2024Up to $62,500,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYDRUG-FREE COMMUNITIES (DFC) SUPPORT PROGRAM - NEW (YEAR 1) - Aims to establish and strengthen collaboration to support the efforts of community coalitions working to prevent youth substance use.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for-profit and tribal organizations, othersUp to $125,0004/17/2024$62,500,000
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U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology LaboratoryYBIPARTISAN INFRASTRUCTURE LAW (BIL) GRID RESILIENCE AND INNOVATIVE PARTNERSHIPS (GRIP) - Provides funding to modernize the American electric grid and to maximize the benefits of the clean energy transition as the nation works to curb the climate crisis, empower workers, and advance environmental justice.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, for profit and tribal organizations, institutions of higher educationUp to $250,000,0004/17/2024$3,900,000,000
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Access Lex InstituteNBAR SUCCESS RESEARCH GRANT PROGRAM - Funds well-designed and rigorous studies of the bar examination, including predictors of bar exam performance; bar exam test design and/or efficacy; and successful study or preparation methodologies.Nonprofit organizations$150,000-$300,000 over 1-2 yearsLOIs due 4/19/24 (opens 3/15/24)
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Access Lex InstituteNBAR SUCCESS INTERVENTION GRANT PROGRAM - Provides funding to programs and interventions aimed at helping increase bar exam passage rates among students and/or graduates most at-risk of not passing.Nonprofit organizations$150,000-$300,000 over 1-2 yearsLOIs due 4/19/24 (opens 3/15/24)
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYMATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH POLICY INNOVATION PROGRAM (PIP) - Aims to advance and implement MCH policy innovations through engagement and technical assistance (TA) to key state, territorial, and local level policymakers.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations, independent school districtsUnspecified4/22/24 (forecasted)$2,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYNATIVE AMERICAN LANGUAGE PRESERVATION AND MAINTENANCE-ESTHER MARTINEZ IMMERSION - Supports community-based projects that ensure continuing vitality of Native languages through immersion-based instruction.Nonprofits, tribal governments and organizations, others$100,000-$300,0004/22/24 (forecasted)$1,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYNATIVE AMERICAN LANGUAGE PRESERVATION AND MAINTENANCE- ESTHER MARTINEZ IMMERSION - Provides funding for community-based projects that ensure continuing vitality of Native languages through immersion-based instruction.Nonprofits, tribal governments and organizations, others$100,000-$300,0004/22/24 (forecasted)$1,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYENVIRONMENTAL REGULATORY ENHANCEMENT - Provides funding for the costs of planning, developing, and implementing programs designed to improve the capability of tribal governing bodies to regulate environmental quality pursuant to federal and tribal environmental laws.Nonprofits, tribal governments and organizations, others$100,000-$300,0004/22/24 (forecasted)$2,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYSOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES -SEDS - Focuses on community-driven projects designed to grow local economies, strengthen Native American families, including the preservation of Native American cultures, and decrease the high rate of current challenges caused by the lack of community-based businesses, and social and economic infrastructure in Native American communities.Nonprofits, tribal governments and organizations, others$100,000-$400,0004/22/24 (forecasted)$8,500,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYNATIVE AMERICAN LANGUAGE PRESERVATION AND MAINTENANCE - Provides funding for projects to support assessments of the status of the native languages in an established community, as well as the planning, designing, restoration, and implementing of native language curriculum and education projects to support a community's language preservation goals.Nonprofits, tribal governments, tribal organizations$100,000-$300,0004/22/24 (forecasted)$2,500,000
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U.S. Department of EducationYOSERS: OSEP: MODEL DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS TO DEVELOP EQUITABLE FAMILY ENGAGEMENT WITH UNDERSERVED FAMILIES OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES - Seeks to implement sustainable, schoolwide policies, practices, and strategies that systemically engage underserved families of children with disabilities as partners and leaders in creating more equitable and inclusive schools that lead to improved outcomes for children with disabilities.Nonprofits, othersUp to $1,600,0004/24/2024$1,600,000
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U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development AdministrationYFY 2023 DISTRESSED AREA RECOMPETE PILOT PROGRAM PHASE 2 - Seeks to alleviate persistent economic distress and support long-term comprehensive economic development and job creation, in places with a high prime-age (25 to 54 years) employment gap.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, tribal organizations, othersUp to $200,000,0004/25/2024$200,000,000
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National Endowment for the ArtsYNEA CHALLENGE AMERICA, FY2025 - Offers support primarily to small organizations for projects in all artistic disciplines that extend the reach of the arts to groups/communities with rich and dynamic artistic and cultural contributions to share that are underserved.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts$10,000 4/25/2024
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Henry Luce FoundationNEXHIBITION COMPETITION - Supports scholarly loan exhibitions that contribute significantly to the study and understanding of art of the United States, including all facets of Native American art. UnspecifiedUnspecified4/26/24 (exhibition concept note due)
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U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Mental Health and Suicide PreventionYSTAFF SERGEANT FOX SUICIDE PREVENTION GRANT PROGRAM - Assists in further implementing a public health approach that blends community-based prevention with evidence-based clinical strategies through community efforts. Nonprofits, local and tribal governments$1,000-$750,0004/26/2024$52,500,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYEPIDEMIOLOGY AND LABORATORY CAPACITY FOR PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES - Looks to protect the public health and safety of the American people by enhancing the capacity of public health agencies to effectively detect, respond, prevent and control known an emerging (or re-emerging) infectious diseases. UnrestrictedUnspecified4/26/2024$1,250,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYBUILDING OPTIMAL OUTCOMES FOR MOMS (BLOOM) - Seeks to support community-based organizations to implement, sustain, or expand programs or policies addressing social and structural determinants of health to improve maternal health and eliminate maternal health inequities. Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, tribal organizationsUnspecified4/29/24 (forecasted)$45,000,000
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U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology LaboratoryYFISCAL YEAR 2024 TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION (TI) FUNDING OPPORTUNITY ANNOUNCEMENT - Seeks to build a clean and equitable energy economy by addressing the climate crisis.Nonprofits, tribal governments, public institutions of higher education, for profit organizationsUp to $2,500,0004/30/2024$15,000,000
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The Nathan Cummings FoundationNOPEN CALL FOR FUNDING PROPOSALS OR LETTERS OF INQUIRY - Supports projects that align with NCF’s interconnected goals of racial justice, economic justice, and/or environmental justice. Organizations, individuals, movements$50,000-$250,000 for grants; $200,000-$500,000 for program-related investments4/30/2024
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D'Addario FoundationNGRANTS - Supports nonprofit organizations that offer free or affordable instrument instruction on a regular or frequent basis.501(c)(3) organizationsUnspecified4/30/2024
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYSUPPORT YOUNG BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS, METASTATIC BREAST CANCER PATIENTS, AND THEIR FAMILIES - Seeks to leverage the collaborative power of organizations serving YBCS and mBC patients to improve the availability of psychosocial support services and facilitate more meaningful patient-provider interactions through the education of survivors, their families, healthcare providers, CHWs, and PNs.Unrestricted$360,000-$460,0004/30/24 (forecasted)$18,400,000
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Bell Charitable FoundationNECONOMIC AND SOCIAL MOBILITY GRANTS + ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY GRANTS - Supports projects that intend to lift at-risk populations to higher stability, status and success in their economic or social standing and projects that intend to diminish the harm made to the earth and nature in our communities, or improve access to nature spaces.Nonprofits (501)(c)(3)Unspecified4/30/2024
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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentYGREEN AND RESILIENT RETROFIT PROGRAM LEADING EDGE - Provides funding to Owners aiming to quickly meet ambitious carbon reduction and resilience goals without requiring extensive collaboration with HUD.UnrestrictedUp to $10,000,0004/30/2024$400,000,000
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Fund for Wild NatureNFUND FOR WILD NATURE - Provides small grants for North American campaigns to save native species and wild ecosystems, with particular emphasis on actions designed to defend threatened wilderness and biological diversity.501(c)(3) organizations, or organizations with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsorUnspecified5/1/2024
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U.S. Department of Veterans AffairsYVETERANS LEGACY GRANT PROGRAM - Provides funding to educational institutions and other eligible entities to conduct cemetery research and produce educational tools for the public to utilize and learn about the histories of Veterans interred in VA national cemeteries and VA grant-funded State and Tribal Veterans’ cemeteries.Nonprofits, institutions of higher education, independent school districtsUp to $500,0005/1/24 (forecasted)$2,200,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYNATIVE HAWAIIAN HEALTH CARE IMPROVEMENT ACT PROGRAM - Seeks to provide Native Hawaiian health care programs with resources to raise the health status of Native Hawaiians to the highest possible health level. Native Hawaiian Health Care SystemsUnspecified5/2/2024$24,800,000
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U.S. Department of Homeland Security - FEMAYFISCAL YEAR 2024 TARGETED VIOLENCE AND TERRORISM PREVENTION GRANT PROGRAM - Supports online, in-person, and hybrid projects that address the threat of online pathways to violence as well as the threat of violence in physical spaces.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, housing authorities$50,000-$1,200,0005/2/2024$18,200,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug AdministrationYINNOVATIVE WAYS TO PROVIDE EDUCATION ON ANTIMICROBIAL STEWARDSHIP PRACTICES IN ANIMALS - Looks to develop innovative ways to disseminate information about the health risks associated with antimicrobial resistance and the benefits of implementing good antimicrobial stewardship practices for managing diseases in food-producing animals.Nonprofits, for profits, small businesses, county governments, Native American tribal governments, individuals, special district governments$300,000 5/2/2024
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYEVALUATION OF HIV PREVENTION AND CARE INTERVENTIONS THAT ADDRESS SELECT SOCIAL AND STRUCTURAL DRIVERS OF INEQUALITY AMONG COMMUNITIES DISPROPORTIONATELY AFFECTED BY HIV - Aims to adapt, implement and conduct rigorous evaluations of interventions that would reduce select social and structural drivers of inequities in HIV among disproportionately affected racial and ethnic minority persons.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, for profit and tribal organizations, housing authorities, small businesses, othersUnspecified5/3/24 (forecasted)$13,500,000
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U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training AdministrationYNATIONAL FARMWORKER JOBS PROGRAM (NFJP) GRANTS FOR CAREER SERVICES AND TRAINING - Funds entitites with an understanding of the problems of eligible migrant and seasonal farmworkers, including their dependents; a familiarity with the agricultural industries and the labor market needs of the proposed service area; and the ability to demonstrate a capacity to administer and deliver effectively a diversified program of workforce investment activities for eligible migrant and seasonal farmworkers.Organizations, state governments$70,000-$8,000,0005/5/24 (forecasted)$90,000,000
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U.S. National Archives and Records AdministrationYPUBLISHING HISTORICAL RECORDS IN COLLABORATIVE DIGITAL EDITIONS - Supports projects to publish online editions of historical records.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $125,0005/8/2024$3,500,000
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U.S. National Archives and Records AdministrationYARCHIVES COLLABORATIVES - Seeks to fund Archives Collaboratives to: share best practices, tools, and techniques; assess institutional strengths and opportunities; create replicable and sustainable digital platforms for historical collections; virtually unify records from multiple repositories; and promote management structures for long-term sustainability and growth. Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education$25,000-$100,0005/8/2024$500,000
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U.S. National Archives and Records AdministrationYMAJOR COLLABORATIVE ARCHIVAL INITIATIVES - Supports projects that will significantly improve public discovery and use of historical records collections.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education$150,000-$350,0005/8/2024$1,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYSECONDARY ANALYSES OF CHILD CARE AND EARLY EDUCATION DATA - Supports researchers conducting secondary analyses of data to address key questions of relevance to the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF). Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, for-profit and tribal organizations, independent school districts, small businesses, housing authorities$90,000-$100,0005/10/24 (forecasted)$1,500,000
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and AgricultureYTHE GUS SCHUMACHER NUTRITION INCENTIVE PROGRAM COMPETITION GRANTS PROGRAM - Aims to bring together stakeholders from various parts of the food and healthcare systems to foster understanding of how they might improve the health and nutrition status of participating households.Nonprofit organizations, government agencies, public institutions of higher education$10,000-$15,000,0005/14/2024$36,300,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYPARTNER PROMOTION OF STRATEGIES TO ADVANCE ORAL HEALTH EQUITY - Aims to support recipients of CDC-RFA-DP-24-0048 (State Promotion of Strategies to Advance Oral Health Equity) to prevent and control oral diseases and related conditions among priority populations.Unrestricted$100,000-$300,0005/14/24 (forecasted)$1,800,000
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Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company FoundationNSANTA FE NATURAL TOBACCO COMPANY FOUNDATION GRANTS - Grants financial assistance to organizations that support the preservation, promotion, and advancement of American Indian self-sufficiency and culture in the United States.501(c)(3) organizationsUnspecified5/15/2024
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYSEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTION SURVEILLANCE NETWORK (SSUN) CYCLE 5 - Supports integrated sentinel and enhanced surveillance at the local, state, and national level.UnrestrictedUnspecified5/15/2024$40,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYREGIONAL CENTERS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE - Seeks to establish and maintain a network of Regional Centers for Public Health Preparedness and Response to increase implementation of evidence-based strategies and interventions (EBSIs) and to improve public health preparedness and response, as informed by the needs of the communities involved.Nonprofits, institutions of higher education$400,000-$720,0005/15/24 (forecasted)$35,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYFY24 STREET OUTREACH PROGRAM - Provides street-based services to runaway, homeless, and street youth who have been subjected to or are at risk of being subjected to sexual abuse, prostitution, sexual exploitation, and severe forms of human trafficking in persons.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, public institutions of higher education, tribal organizations, housing authorities$90,000-$150,0005/15/24 (forecasted)$6,707,203
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U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife ServiceYF24AS00198 REFUGE SYSTEM ENHANCEMENT/NON-INFRASTRUCTURE - Seeks to enable local communities to play a more active role in increasing outdoor recreation opportunities on refuge lands and waters, to be more focused and deliberate in using partnerships to help FWS address infrastructure repair and improvement needs such as proactive maintenance and the maintenance backlog, and to enhance wildlife habitat.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, tribal organizations, housing authorities, others$5,000-$50,000,0005/17/2024$50,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYFY 2024 MATERNITY GROUP HOME PROGRAM - Provides safe, stable, and appropriate shelter for pregnant and/or parenting youth and young adults ages 16 to under 22 who have runaway or are experiencing homelessness, and their dependent child(ren), for 18 monthsNonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, housing authorities$100,000-$250,0005/20/24 (forecasted)$5,132,512
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYPRESERVATION AND ACCESS EDUCATION AND TRAINING - Supports training programs that develop knowledge and skills among professionals responsible for preserving and establishing access to humanities collections.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $350,0005/21/24 (forecasted)$2,700,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYCULTURAL AND COMMUNITY RESILIENCE - Supports community-based efforts to mitigate climate change and COVID-19 pandemic impacts, safeguard cultural resources, and foster cultural resilience through identifying, documenting, and/or collecting cultural heritage and community experience.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $150,0005/21/24 (forecasted)$1,500,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYCOMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLANNING GRANTS - Seeks to stimulate new projects in underserved and under resourced communities.501(c)(3) nonprofits$75,000-$150,0005/23/24 (forecasted)$1,500,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYEXPANDING THE NATIONAL APPROACH TO CHRONIC DISEASE EDUCATION AND AWARENESS - Seeks to increase awareness related to a single proposed chronic disease for public health practitioners, healthcare providers, patients, and the public.Unrestricted$300,000-$400,0005/25/24 (forecasted)$7,200,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYMATERNAL, INFANT, AND EARLY CHILDHOOD HOME VISITING PROGRAM - BASE AND MATCHING GRANTS - Seeks to provide pregnant people and parents with children up to kindergarten entry—especially those living in communities identified as at risk for poor maternal and child health outcomes—with voluntary, evidence-based home visiting services.Nonprofits, state governments, othersUnspecified5/27/24 (forecasted)$478,500,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community LivingYPROJECTS OF NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE: ACHIEVING ECONOMIC MOBILITY - Seeks to provide aid to transition youth with intellectual and developmental disabilties, fund employment and postsecondary education opportunties, and/or improve assistive technology devices.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, tribal organizations, housing authorities$300,000-$375,0005/28/24 (forecasted)$1,875,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community LivingYPROJECTS OF NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE: EMPOWERING INDIVIDUALS - Seeks to empower individuals with intellectual and disabilities, their families, and the communities they live in.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, tribal organizations, housing authorities$300,000-$375,0005/30/24 (forecasted)$1,875,000
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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentYGREEN AND RESILIENT RETROFIT PROGRAM - LEADING EDGE - Looks to amplify recent technological advancements in utility efficiency and energy generation, bring a new focus on preparing for climate hazards, and protecting life, livability, and property when disaster strikes. UnrestrictedUp to $20,000,0005/30/2024$1,470,000,000
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U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training AdministrationYSENIOR COMMUNITY SERVICE EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM (SCSEP) NATIONAL GRANTS COMPETITION FOR PROGRAM YEAR 2024 - Funds community service and work-based job training program for older Americans. Authorized by the Older Americans Act, the program provides training for low-income, unemployed seniors.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, public institutions of higher education, independent school districts, housing authorities, others$2,000,000-$50,000,0005/31/24 (forecasted)$312,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYENHANCING REVIEWS AND SURVEILLANCE TO ELIMINATE MATERNAL MORTALITY - Aims to improve the overall timeliness and availability of information on strategies for prevention of pregnancy-related deaths and reduction of disparities in pregnancy-related mortality nationally.Unrestricted$295,000-$860,0005/31/24 (forecasted)$166,482,025
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Massage Therapy FoundationN2024 SPECIAL CALL FOR BREAST CANCER-RELATED COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS - Seeks to promote working partnerships between the therapeutic massage and bodywork professions and community-based organizations, to provide services to patients receiving treatment, their families, and survivors.501(c)(3) nonprofits$500-$5,0006/1/2024
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community LivingYELDER JUSTICE INNOVATION GRANTS FY2024 - Seeks the improvement of the field of elder abuse prevention and intervention at large, such as by developing materials, programs, etc. that can be widely disseminated and/or replicated, or by establishing and/or contributing to the evidence-base of knowledge. Unrestricted$300,000-$500,0006/3/24 (forecasted)$5,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community LivingYPENSION COUNSELING & INFORMATION PROJECTS - Aims to reduce the risk of financial insecurity by empowering individuals through information, resources, and tools.Unrestricted$188,000-$300,0006/3/24 (forecasted)$1,200,000
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U.S. Department of Labor, Womens BureauYFY 24 FOSTERING ACCESS RIGHTS AND EQUITY (FARE) GRANT PROGRAM - Supports projects to assist marginalized and underserved women workers who have been impacted by gender-based violence and harassment (GBVH) in the world of work, which includes activities that occur in the course of, linked with, or arising out of work.Nonprofits$250,000-$350,0006/12/24 (forecasted)$1,000,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYDIGITAL PROJECTS FOR THE PUBLIC - Supports projects that interpret and analyze humanities content in primarily digital platforms and formats, such as websites, mobile applications and tours, interactive touch screens and kiosks, games, and virtual environments.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $400,0006/12/24 (forecasted)$1,500,000
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U.S. Department of Energy, Golden Field OfficeYDE-FOA-0003209 REGIONAL RESOURCE HUBS FOR PURPOSE-GROWN ENERGY CROPS - Supports the focus of the BETO Renewable Carbon Resources Program in developing strategies and supporting technology development to reduce the cost, improve the quality, increase the quantity, and maximize the environmental benefits of using renewable carbon resources. Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, housing authorities, individuals, others$5,000,000-$10,000,0006/13/2024$29,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYCOMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS - Supports well-planned, financially viable, and innovative projects to enhance job creation and business development for individuals with low income.501(c)(3) nonprofits$100,000-$800,0006/13/24 (forecasted)$12,300,000
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U.S. Department of Labor, Womens BureauYFY24 WOMEN IN APPRENTICESHIP AND NONTRADITIONAL OCCUPATIONS (WANTO) TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM - Aims to provide technical assistance (TA) to employers (which may include public sector entities) and labor unions in the United States and its territories to encourage employment of women in both apprenticeable occupations and nontraditional occupations (A/NTO).Nonprofits, others$350,000-$750,0006/17/2024 (forecasted)$5,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYREFUGEE CAREER PATHWAYS PROGRAM - Seeks to enable refugees and other eligible populations to achieve self-sufficiency by obtaining the means to secure professional or skilled employment drawing upon previously acquired knowledge, skills, and experience. Nonprofits, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, tribal organizations, housing authorities, others$250,000-$325,0006/19/24 (forecasted)$5,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYTANF DATA COLLABORATIVE (TDC) EQUITY ANALYSIS AWARDS - Supports state, territory, or county TANF agencies in conducting equity-focused analyses of their TANF and other human services data, including fair, just, and impartial treatment of individuals under the management and practices of the TANF program.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for-profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, housing authorities$100,000-$130,0006/20/24 (forecasted)$1,040,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYFY2024 TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM - Provides safe, stable, and appropriate shelter for runaway and homeless youth ages 16 to under 22 for up to 18 months and, under extenuating circumstances, can be extended to 21 months. TLPs provide comprehensive services that supports the transition of homeless youth to self-sufficiency and stable, independent living.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, housing authorities, tribal organizations$100,000-$250,0006/20/24 (forecasted)$17,004,914
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYREFUGEE FAMILY CHILD CARE MICROENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM - Supports projects that provide refugee participants with training and technical assistance in professional child care, microenterprise development, and financial literacy; assist refugee participants in navigating the child care licensing process; and provide direct financial assistance as needed to enable participants to prepare their homes for child care business operation.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, tribal organizations, housing authorities$175,000-$250,0006/20/24 (forecasted)$2,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYGENERAL DEPARTMENTAL SEXUAL RISK AVOIDANCE EDUCATION (GDSRAE) - Seeks to empower participants to make healthy decisions, and provide tools and resources to prevent pregnancy, STIs, and youth engagement in other risky behaviors, targeting participants that reside in areas with high rates of teen births and/or are at the greatest risk of contracting sexually transmitted infections.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for-profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, housing authorities$300,000-$450,0006/20/24 (forecasted)$12,800,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYTITLE V COMPETITIVE SEXUAL RISK AVOIDANCE EDUCATION - Promotes the implementation of sexual risk avoidance education that normalizes the optimal health behavior of avoiding non-marital sexual activity, with a focus on the future health, psychological well-being, and economic success of youth.Nonprofits, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for-profit and tribal organizations, housing authorities, small businesses$13,501-$450,0006/20/24 (forecasted)$8,800,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYFAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND SERVICES DISCRETIONARY GRANTS: SPECIALIZED SERVICES TO ABUSED PARENTS AND THEIR CHILDREN (DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS) - Supports projects that focus on expanding the capacity to prevent future family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence by appropriately addressing the needs of children exposed to domestic violence, and the potentially co-occurring impacts of child abuse and neglect.Nonprofits, institutions of higher education, tribal governments$275,000-$300,0006/20/24 (forecasted)$11,250,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYFY 24 RUNAWAY AND HOMELESS YOUTH PREVENTION DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM - Supports the design and delivery of community-based demonstration initiatives to prevent youth from experiencing homelessness.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, tribal organizations, housing authorities$250,000-$350,0006/20/24 (forecasted)$1,750,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYFY2024 COMPETITIVE PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY EDUCATION PROGRAM - Supports projects that educate youth, between the ages of 10 and 19 years, and pregnant and parenting youth under age 21, on abstinence and contraception for the prevention of pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, and HIV/AIDS.Nonprofits, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for-profit and tribal organizations, housing authorities, small businesses$250,000-$450,0006/20/24 (forecasted)$15,300,000
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Bank of America Charitable FoundationNECONOMIC MOBILITY FOCUSED ON NEEDS OF COMMUNITY - Supports efforts to preserve and increase access to a mix of affordable housing options, supports local and regional revitalization efforts, and assist under-resourced entrepreneurs, including women and minority business owners.NonprofitsUnspecified6/21/24 (opens 5/27/24)
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYFY 2024 BASIC CENTER PROGRAM - Provides temporary shelter and counseling services to youth who have left home without permission of their parents or guardians, have been forced to leave home, or other homeless youth who might otherwise end up in the law enforcement or in the child welfare, mental health, or juvenile justice systems.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, public institutions of higher education, independent school districts, housing authorities, tribal organizations$50,000-$250,0006/21/24 (forecasted)$18,000,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYPUBLIC IMPACT PROJECTS AT SMALLER ORGANIZATIONS - Supports small and mid-sized museums and cultural organizations in the creation of public humanities programming and strengthens their capacity to develop such programming.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $25,0006/26/24 (forecasted)$1,250,000
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New Earth FoundationNGRANT - Funds innovative projects that enhance life on our planet and brighten the future, furthering peace.NonprofitsUnspecified7/1/2024
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid ServicesYCOOPERATIVE AGREEMENT TO SUPPORT NAVIGATORS IN FEDERALLY-FACILITATED EXCHANGES - Seeks to enable FFE Navigators to further expand their reach, with a renewed focus on outreach to diverse, underserved, and vulnerable communities. Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for-profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, housing authorities, individuals, othersUnspecified7/1/24 (forecasted)$90,000,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYHUMANITIES COLLECTIONS AND REFERENCE RESOURCES - Supports projects that provide an essential underpinning for scholarship, education, and public engagement in the humanities.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $350,0007/16/2024$7,500,000
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The Clarence T.C. Ching FoundationNGRANTS - Supports programs and capital projects in Hawaii.501(c)(3) nonprofitsUnspecified7/31/2024
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest ServiceYUSDA FOREST SERVICE INFLATION REDUCTION ACT FOREST LANDOWNER SUPPORT - Encompasses cost share and payment incentives for forestry practices and supports participation of underserved landowners and small-acreage landowners (owning less than 2,500 acres) in emerging private markets for climate mitigation or forest resilience.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for-profit and tribal organizations, small businessesUp to $50,000,0008/21/2024$150,000,000
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U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife ServiceYFY24AS00129 - YOUTH ENGAGEMENT, EDUCATION, AND EMPLOYMENT - Seeks to expose young people to public service while furthering their understanding and appreciation of the Nation’s natural and cultural resources, while stimulating interest among the Nation’s youth in the Service and conservation careers by exposing them to conservation, scientific research, and other professionals in the Service, and offering them non-competitive hiring eligibility for Federal positions for which they qualify upon meeting program requirements. Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations, others$5,000-$2,000,0008/31/2024$28,000,000
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U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of ReclamationYWATERSMART COOPERATIVE WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PHASE I FOR FISCAL YEAR 2023 - Seeks proposals for Phase I activities to develop a watershed group, complete watershed restoration planning activities, and design watershed management projects.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, others$10,000-$300,0009/3/2024
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYDIALOGUES ON THE EXPERIENCE OF WAR - Supports the study and discussion of important humanities sources about war and military service, in the belief that these sources can help U.S. military veterans and others think more deeply about the issues that they raise.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $100,0009/5/24 (forecasted)$1,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlTUBERCULOSIS ELIMINATION AND LABORATORY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - Seeks to prevent transmission of M. tuberculosis (TB) and prevent persons from progressing from latent TB infection to TB disease. Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, housing authoritiesUnspecified9/6/24 (forecasted)$69,351,660
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYCLIMATE SMART HUMANITIES ORGANIZATIONS - Supports comprehensive assessment and strategic planning efforts by humanities organizations to mitigate physical and operational environmental impacts and adapt to a changing climate.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $300,0009/12/24 (forecasted)$6,000,000
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The Les Paul FoundationNGRANTS - Inspires innovative and creative thinking by sharing the legacy of Les Paul through support of music education, recording, innovation, exhibits about Les Paul and medical research related to hearing.Music education organizations, public schools, after school science and music programs, STEM/STEAM programs$1,500-$2,0009/15/2024
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U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife ServiceYFY24 RECOVERY IMPLEMENTATION - Supports the implementation of priority recovery actions for federally endangered and threatened species. Unrestricted$1,000-$2,000,0009/30/2024$14,000,000
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U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife ServiceYFY24 CANDIDATE SPECIES CONSERVATION - Seeks to accomplish conservation tasks for high priority candidate species (based on our annual Candidate Species Assessments) or other at-risk species in the United States, such that identified threats to the species may be reduced or eliminated. Unrestricted$1,000-$500,0009/30/2024$500,000
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U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife ServiceYF24AS00022 - COASTAL PROGRAM - FY24 - Provides technical and financial assistance primarily through cooperative agreements to coastal communities, conservation partners, and landowners to restore and protect fish and wildlife habitat on public and private lands.UnrestrictedUp to $500,0009/30/2024$6,000,000
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U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife ServiceYPARTNERS FOR FISH AND WILFLIFE FY24 - Provides direct technical assistance and financial assistance primarily through cooperative agreements to private landowners to restore and conserve fish and wildlife habitat for the benefit of federal trust resources.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, housing authorities, individuals, unrestrictedUp to $750,0009/30/2024$15,000,000
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U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of ReclamationYWATERSMART: TITLE XVI WIIN ACT WATER RECLAMATION AND REUSE PROJECTS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2023 AND 2024: Provides a framework for Federal leadership and assistance to stretch and secure water supplies for future generations in support of the Department’s priorities.Organizations with water or power delivery authority, states, local, or tribal governmentsUp to $30,000,0009/30/2024
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Laura Jane Musser FundNRURAL INITIATIVE - Seeks to encourage collaborative and participatory efforts among citizens in rural communities that will help to strengthen their towns and regions in a number of civic areas including, but not limited to, economic development, business preservation, arts and humanities, public space improvements, and education.501(c)(3) organizations, local units of governmentUp to $5,000 for planning; up to $25,000 for implementatioin10/3/24 (opens 9/3/24)
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYTRANSGENDER WOMEN'S INTERVENTIONS: PILOT AND EVALUATION - Supports organizations that currently serve transgender women and are rooted or embedded within this community through HIV prevention services.UnrestrictedUp to $8,400,00010/9/24 (forecasted)$8,400,000
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Laura Jane Musser FundNINTERCULTURAL HARMONY INITIATIVE - Seeks to promote mutual understanding and cooperation between groups and citizens of different cultural backgrounds within defined geographical areas through collaborative, cross-cultural exchange projects. 501(c)(3) organizations, local units of governmentUp to $5,000 for planning; up to $25,000 for implementatioin10/16/24 (opens 9/16/24)
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U.S. National Archives and Records AdministrationYPUBLISHING HISTORICAL RECORDS IN COLLABORATIVE DIGITAL EDITIONS - Supports projects to publish online editions of historical records.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $125,00011/7/2024$3,500,000
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American Association of University WomenNCOMMUNITY ACTION GRANTS - Provides funding to individuals, AAUW branches and AAUW state organizations as well as community-based nonprofits for general operating support and innovative projects that promote education and equity for women and girls.Community-based nonprofit organizations, AAUW branches, AAUW state organizations, individuals
$3,000-$10,000
11/15/24, yearly
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Environmental Protection AgencyYENVIRONMENTAL AND CLIMATE JUSTICE COMMUNITY CHANGE GRANTS PROGRAM - Funds community-driven projects that address climate challenges and reduce pollution while strengthening communities through thoughtful implementation. Partnerships between two community-based nonprofit organizations or between a community-based nonprofit organization and a tribe, local government, or institution of higher educationUp to $20,000,00011/21/2024$2,000,000,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYSCHOLARLY EDITIONS AND TRANSLATIONS - Supports collaborative teams who are editing, annotating, and translating foundational humanities texts that are vital to scholarship but are currently inaccessible or only available in inadequate editions or translations.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $450,00011/27/24 (forecasted)$4,000,000
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U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife ServiceYNATIONAL FISH PASSAGE PROGRAM BIPARTISAN INFRASTRUCTURE LAW: RESTORING RIVER, FLOODPLAIN, AND COASTAL CONNECTIVITY AND RESILIENCY - Targets aquatic connectivity opportunities that rebuild productive and sustainable fisheries, contribute to the recovery and conservation of the Service’s aquatic trust species, enhance watershed health, promote resilient ecosystems and communities especially in disadvantaged communities, and improve economic vitality, including local employment.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, housing authorities, individuals$250,000-$10,000,00012/31/2024$70,000,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYPRESERVATION ASSISTANCE GRANTS FOR SMALLER INSTITUTIONS - Seeks to help small and mid-sized institutions improve their ability to preserve and care for their humanities collections.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $10,0001/9/25 (forecasted)$650,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYNATIONAL DIGITAL NEWSPAPER PROGRAM - Creates a national digital resource of historically significant newspapers published between 1690 and 1963 from all 56 states and U.S. jurisdictions.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $325,0001/10/25 (forecasted)$2,500,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYSUSTAINING CULTURAL HERITAGE COLLECTIONS - Helps cultural institutions meet the complex challenge of preserving large and diverse holdings of humanities materials for future generations by supporting environmentally sustainable preventive care measures that mitigate deterioration, prolong the useful life of collections, reduce energy consumption, and strengthen institutions’ ability to anticipate and respond to disasters.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $350,0001/10/25 (forecasted)$2,000,000
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U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park ServiceYFY2024 NAGPRA REPATRIATION GRANTS - Supports the transfer of control of Native American human remains and/or cultural items to lineal descendants, Indian tribes, and Native Hawaiian organizations. Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations, others$1,000-$25,0005/9/2025$3,407,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationYSTRATEGIC PREVENTION FRAMEWORK - PARTNERSHIPS FOR SUCCESS FOR COMMUNITIES, LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, AND TRIBES/TRIBAL ORGANIZATIONS - Works to help reduce the onset and progression of substance misuse and its related problems.Nonprofits, federally recognized tribes, tribal organizations, local governmentsUp to $375,0006/5/2025$16,500,000
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U.S. Department of Labor, Veterans Employment and Training Service YANNOUNCEMENT OF STAND DOWN GRANTS - Supports local Stand Down events that assist veterans experiencing homelessness by providing a wide range of employment, social, and health services. Nonprofits, small businesses, for profits, federally recognized Native American tribal governmentsUp to $10,0009/30/2025
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U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park ServiceYNATIONAL PARK SERVICE 21ST CENTURY CONSERVATION SERVICE CORPS & CIVILIAN CLIMATE CORPS PROGRAM - NATIONAL YOUTH COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS - Seeks to provide employment, education, experiential learning, and public service opportunities to U.S. citizens and legal residents who are between the ages of 16 and 30, and veterans up to 35 years of age.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, othersUnspecified9/30/2028
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Henry Luce FoundationNRESPONSIVE GRANTS - Supports substantial, carefully crafted projects that propose in-depth and multi-layered approaches to the study and exhibition of discrete areas of permanent collections.UnspecifiedUnspecifiedRolling
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationYPREVENTION TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER CENTERS COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - Seeks to provide training and technical assistance services to the substance misuse prevention field including those that serve and support children, youth, young adults, families, parents, and other adults.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizationsUnspecifiedUnspecified $ 8,134,816
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Public Welfare FoundationNGRANTS - Supports organizations and projects with a focus on structural and systemic changes in the U.S. criminal justice system, reducing harm and violence using community-centered interventions, and reframing the narrative and fostering greater transparency and urgency around the U.S. criminal justice system.UnspecifiedUnspecifiedLOIs accepted on rolling basis
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Believe in ReadingNGRANTS - Supports existing and provably successful literacy programs that serve populations that show extraordinary needs, where reading is the primary activity.501(c)(3) organizationsUp to $10,000Unspecified
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Walmart FoundationNLOCAL COMMUNITY GRANTS - Supports organizations that pursue community and economic development, diversity and inclusion, education, environmental sustainability, health and human services, hunger relief and healthy eating, public safety, and qualify of life.501(c)(3) nonprofits, state and local governments, public or nonprofit schools, state or private colleges or universities, churches or other faith-based organizations, 501(c)(4), 501(c)(6), and 501(c)(19) organizations.$250-$5,000Applications accepted on a quarterly basis
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X PrizeNXPRIZE END DESTRUCTIVE WILDFIRES - Facilitates a 4-year, $11 million competition to innovate firefighting technologies that will end destructive wildfires.Unspecified$11,007,009 4-year competition $ 11,007,009
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X PrizeNXPRIZE HEALTHSPAN - Facilitates a 7-year, $101 million global competition to revolutionize the way we approach human aging, incentivizing teams to develop groundbreaking therapeutics that target biological aging to improve function and extend healthy life by ten years, with a target of twenty years.Unspecified$101,000,000 7-year competition $ 101,000,000
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Hawaii EnergyNEMPOWER GRANT - Supports energy efficiency improvement projects through reimbursement for new equipment, installation materials, installation labor, shipping costs, and taxes.501(c)(3) nonprofits in Hawaii, small businesses with electric rate schedule "G," small businesses with less than 5,000 sq. ft. facility, restaurantsUnspecifiedRolling, while funding lasts
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Glenn W. Bailey FoundationNSTEM STARS - Supports programs that are fostering a love for STEM, preparing students for college and careers in STEM fields, and promoting problem-solving and critical thinking skills.Organizations supporting Middle and High School students
Up to $50,000
LOIs accepted on rolling basis
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Glenn W. Bailey FoundationNSTEM SPROUTS - Supports organizations supporting STEM initiatives geared towards providing Pre-K to 5th-grade students with a solid, hands-on early experience with in-depth STEM subjects. Organizations introducing young children, between the ages of 3 and 10, to the foundational concepts and skills within STEM
Up to $25,000
LOIs accepted on rolling basis
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Glenn W. Bailey FoundationNTEEN TECH COMPETITION - Supports schools and organizations in creating, implementing, and participating in a Teen Tech Competition, to foster creativity, innovation, and problem-solving skills among its participants.Schools and organizations
Up to $50,000
LOIs accepted on rolling basis
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Glenn W. Bailey FoundationNSTEM SCHOLARS - Supports organizations supporting post-secondary students pursuing or interested in STEM degrees or working towards a degree in a STEM-related field.Organizations
Up to $50,000
LOIs accepted on rolling basis
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William Talbott Hillman FoundationNGRANTS - Supports the strengthening of gun laws, preventing gun-related suicide, and driving voter and civil engagement, particularly among young people and people of color.UnspecifiedUp to $400,000Rolling
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Bass Pro Shops & Cabela'sNCONSERVATION GRANTS - Invests in programs and initiatives aimed at conserving wildlife and habitat, connecting new audiences to the outdoors, adovcating for access and sportsmen's rights, and supporting military and veterans.UnspecifiedUp to $10,000Unspecified
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ALEPH ZERONECOSYSTEM FUNDING PROGRAM - Funds innovations from developer teams that expand the capabilities, functionalities, and adoption of the Aleph Zero blockchain.Unspecified
Up to $500,000
Unspecified $ 50,000,000
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Federal Emergency Management AgencyYNONPROFIT SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM (NGSP) - Provides funding support to nonprofit organizations, including houses of worship, that are at high risk of terrorist attack, in order to help your organization implement physical security enhancements and activities.NonprofitsUnspecifiedContact Frank Pace at frank.j.pace@hawaii.gov / (808) 733-4205
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The Climate InitiativeNYOUTH ACTION GRANTS - Aims to support individuals or groups who demonstrate a commitment to mitigating and/or adapting to the impacts of climate change in their communities.Youth organizations or individualsUnspecifiedRolling
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MLB-MLBPA Youth Development FoundationNGRANTS - Supports capital projects (for fields), baseball and softball programs (infrastructure, equipment, training, fees, maintenance), education initiatives (programs relating to baseball and/or softball), and school programs (infrastructure, equipment, clubs).UnspecifiedUnspecifiedLOIs accepted on rolling basis
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Unitarian Universalist Funding ProgramNFUND FOR A JUST SOCIETY - Supports active, specific campaigns to create change in the economic, social, and political structures that affect their lives. Organizations (with budgets less than $500,000)Up to $15,000Unspecified
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationYCOOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS FOR THE GARRETT LEE SMITH STATE/TRIBAL YOUTH SUICIDE PREVENTION AND EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAM - Supports states and tribes with implementing youth suicide prevention and early intervention strategies in schools, institutions of higher education, juvenile justice systems, substance use and mental health programs, foster care systems, and other child and youth-serving organizations.Nonprofits, state and tribal governments, tribal organizationsUnspecifiedUnspecified (forecasted)$16,652,528
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationYSTATEWIDE FAMILY NETWORK PROGRAM - Provides resources to enhance the capacity of statewide mental health family-controlled organizations to emerge with family members/primary caregivers who are raising children, youth, and young adults with serious emotional disturbances.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, tribal organizations, health facilitiesUnspecifiedUnspecified (forecasted)$1,129,938
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationYRURAL OPIOID TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE REGIONAL CENTERS - Implements regional centers of excellence to develop and disseminate training and technical assistance addressing opioid and stimulant misuse affecting rural communities.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, tribal organizations, health facilitiesUnspecifiedUnspecified (forecasted)$7,500,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationYPROVIDER'S CLINICAL SUPPORT SYSTEM UNIVERSITIES (PCSS-U) - Provides resources to graduate-level medical and nursing students to receive the theoretical knowledge and practical training required for them to treat opioid use disorders and prescribe medications for opioid use disorder in office-based settings upon graduation and receipt of licensure.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, tribal organizations, health facilitiesUnspecifiedUnspecified (forecasted)$5,400,000
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We Raise FoundationNEMERGING LEADER GRANTS - Invests in the development of leaders, between the ages of 20-35, at Christian organizations who are leading new programs at the intersection of poverty, violence, and inequality in the United States.501 (c)(3) organizations with leaders between 20-35 years old$15,000 Rolling
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rural Housing ServiceYCOMMUNITY FACILITIES PROGRAM DISASTER REPAIR GRANTS - Seeks to repair eligible essential community facilities damaged by Presidentially Declared Disasters that occurred in CY 2022.Nonprofits, city, local, and tribal governmentsUnspecifiedRolling$50,000,000
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Brooks and Joan Fortune Family FoundationNTHE BROOKS AND JOAN FORTUNE FAMILY FOUNDATION GRANTS - Supports education, art, and outreach programs and projects that result in a defined outcome rather than general operating funds or fundraising campaigns.501(c)(3) organizations$1,000-$10,000Unspecified
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GroundswellNRAPID RESPONSE FUND - Provides fast funding to grassroots organizing groups led by women of color, trans and gender-expansive people of color, and low-income women in critical but unexpected fights to protect and advance reproductive and social justice.Grassroots organizations UnspecifiedUnspecified, but applications are currently open
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Doris Day Animal FoundationNGRANTS - Approves grants that benefit animals and may also demonstrate a significant human element.NonprofitsUnspecifiedApril, July, October
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First Hawaiian BankNGRANTS - Supports programs and services that are dedicated to solving our community's challenges, extending opportunities for young and old, and enriching lives throughout the Hawaiian Islands, Guam, and CNMI.Nonprofits (501)(c)UnspecifiedUnspecified
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The Lisle InternationalNLISLE GLOBAL SEED GRANTS - Supports projects that further the Lisle mission and promote intercultural communication and shared learning. Funds projects that promote intercultural understanding and bring people of diverse backgrounds together$500-$5,000Request to apply, accpeted on a rolling basis
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Life Comes From ItNGRANT - Supports projects and collaborations led by people of color that focus on restorative justice, transformative justice, indigenous peacemaking and land based healing. 501(c)(3) organizations Up to $25,000LOIs accepted on rolling basis
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Costco NGRANTS - Focuses on programs supporting children, education, and health and human services in communities where Costco does business.NonprofitsUnspecifiedLOIs accepted on rolling basis
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Harold K.L. Castle FoundationNGRANTS - Makes grants to organizations working in one or more of our three strategic priority areas: Public Education Redesign and Enhancement, Nearshore Marine Resource Conservation and Strengthening the Communities of Windward Oahu. Nonprofits, public charities or public schoolsUnspecifiedLOIs accepted on rolling basis
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Indian Land Tenure FoundationNGRANTS - Awards grants to the following four areas: Education, Cultural Awareness, Economic Opportunity, and Legal Reform. Nonprofits, Tribal, local and state governmentsUnspecifiedLOIs accepted on rolling basis
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Wish You Well FoundationNFUND - Supports adult and family literacy in the United States by fostering new and promoting existing adult literacy and educational programs.501(c)(3) organizations $200-$10,000LOIs accepted on rolling basis
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The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg FoundationNGRANTS PROGRAM - Meets the basic needs of people experiencing poverty by providing grants across five focus areas.NonprofitsUp to $20,000 or up to $50,000LOIs accepted on rolling basis
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Makana Aloha FoundationNGRANTS - Supports secular organizations that directly improve the Maui community in the areas of Public Education, the Arts, Healthcare, Animal Welfare and Environmental Conservation.Nonprofits UnspecifiedLOIs accepted on rolling basis
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ECMC FoundationNGRANTS - Shows interest in proposals that focus on implementing systemic reforms to increase college success and career readiness for students from underserved backgrounds.Nonprofits, government entities, postsecondary institutions and systems UnspecifiedLOIs accepted on rolling basis
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CiscoNGLOBAL IMPACT CASH GRANTS - Supports programs that fit within Cisco's investment areas, serve the underserved, and leverage technology to improve the reach and efficiency of services.Nonprofits, non-governmental organizationsUnspecifiedLOIs accepted on rolling basis
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Change Happens FoundationNGRANTS - Assists innovative charities with a high-level of impact and a strong history of making good change happen.NonprofitsUnspecifiedLOIs accepted on rolling basis
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The Skatepark ProjectNNATIONAL PROGRAM - Helps underserved communities create safe and inclusive public skateparks for youth.Public charity, state or local agency, public school systems$1,000-$300,000LOIs accepted on rolling basis
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Carnegie Corporation of New YorkNGRANTS - Supports innovative projects, organizations, and individuals that are striving to create meaningful change.Nonprofits, public agencies, public charities, universitiesUnspecifiedLOIs accepted on rolling basis
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Charles Stewart Mott FoundationNGRANTS - Supports nonprofits dedicated to civil society, education, the environment and our hometown of FlintNational, regional and global organizationsUnspecifiedLOIs accepted on rolling basis
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U.S. Bank FoundationNGRANTS - Works to advance that work by being more intentional through grant making to create lasting change.NonprofitsUnspecifiedLOIs accepted on rolling basis
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Boat U.S. FoundationNGRASSROOT GRANTS - Funds creative and innovative projects that promote safe and clean boating on your local waterway.Nonprofits, boating clubs, student groupsUp to $10,000LOIs accepted on rolling basis
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OpenAINOPENAI CYBERSECURITY GRANT PROGRAM - Works to facilitate the development of AI-powered cybersecurity capabilities for defenders through grants and other support.UnrestrictedUnspecifiedRolling$1,000,000
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U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development AdministrationNFY 2023 DISASTER SUPPLEMENTAL - Seeks to help communities and regions devise and implement long-term economic recovery strategies through a variety of non-construction and construction projects.Nonprofits, city or township governments, county governmentsUp to $30,000,000Rolling$483,000,000
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U.S. Department of CommerceYFY 2021-2023 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RTNA - Seeks to provide investments that support research and technical assistance projects under EDA’s R&E and NTA programs.Nonprofits, state, institution of higher education, local government, for profitUp to $1,500,000Rolling$2,000,000
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U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development AdministrationYFY 2023 EDA PUBLIC WORKS AND ECONOMIC ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - Works to advance general economic development in accordance with EDA’s investment priorities, but also to pursue projects that incorporate specific priorities related to equity, workforce development, and climate change resiliency.Nonprofits, county governments, public and state controlled institutions of higher education$100,000-$30,000,000Rolling $ 179,000,000
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Viiv HealthcareNPOSITIVE ACTION COMMUNITY GRANTS - Supports community organizations in the U.S. that work to address disparities and close gaps in care for those most affected by HIV and AIDS. NonprofitsUnspecifiedRolling
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Bob Barker FoundationNGRANTS - Looks to reduce recidivism by seeing the lives of incarcerated individuals changed forever by serving God, family and community.501(c)(3) organizations Up to $25,000Rolling$1,000,000
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W.K. Kellogg FoundationNGRANTS - Focuses on three areas of work – Thriving Children, Working Families and Equitable Communities – are dynamic and always interconnected.OrganizationsUnspecifiedRolling
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Progressive Multiplier NGRANTS - To grow the revenue generation capacity of groups that spend most of their resources doing work that adds up to government, corporations, or courts making decisions to affect widespread change. NonprofitsUnspecifiedRolling
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Honor the EarthNBUILDING RESILIENCE IN INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES INITIATIVE - Funds work that builds resilience in Indigenous communities. Nonprofits$1,000-$5,000Rolling
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Brooks and Joan Fortune Family FoundationNINSPIRING IMAGINATION - Supports education and the arts. UnspecifiedUnspecifiedRolling
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Community Heart and Soul Seed Grant Program NCOMMUNITY HEART AND SOUL SEED GRANT PROGRAM - Funds resident-driven groups in small cities and towns (with populations under 30,000) to start the Community Heart & Soul model.501(c)(3) nonprofits, local governments, informal resident-led groups$10,000 Rolling
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Craig Newmark Philanthropies NGRANTS - Supports public charities that further our priorities of trustworthy journalism, voter protection, women in technology, veterans and military families. Public charitiesUnspecifiedRolling
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Presbyterian MissionNGRANTS - Works to establish partnerships with groups in the United States who: are oppressed by poverty and social systems, want to take charge of their own lives, have organized or are organizing to do something about their own conditions, etc. UnspecifiedUnspecifiedRolling
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Climate Emergency FundNGRANTS - Fund grantees that tell the truth about the climate emergency and call for systemic change in response, who are pioneering innovative new climate organizing strategies with explosive growth potential.

501(c)(3) organizations $25,000-$85,000Rolling
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Google NGOOGLE AD GRANTS - Helps nonprofits share their causes with the world.NonprofitsUp to $10,000 per monthRolling
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Albertson's CompaniesNGRANTS - Funds organizations that strengthen the neighborhoods we serve.Organizations that serve communities that Albertsons operates inUp to $100,000Rolling
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The Lisa LibrariesNNEED BOOKS? Provides low-income or underserved areas that need a small library, need to rebuild or add to a library, or serve children, with books. Small libraries, children-serving organizationsBooksRolling
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National Science FoundationYSMART AND CONNECTED COMMUNITIES - Seeks to accelerate the creation of the scientific and engineering foundations that will enable smart and connected communities to bring about new levels of economic opportunity and growth, safety and security, health and wellness, accessibility and inclusivity, and overall quality of life.UnrestrictedUnspecifiedRolling$26,000,000
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McInery Foundation, Bank of HawaiiNMCINERY FOUNDATION GRANT - Supports organizations benefiting the people of Hawaii. Grants are awarded in six major fields: arts and culture, community, education, environment, health and rehabilitation, and human services.Nonprofits (501)(c)(3)UnspecifiedRolling
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Change Happens FoundationNGRANTS - Supports activities that are charitable, educational, literary, or scientific.Nonprofits (501)(c)(3), government entities, IRS-recognized tribesUnspecifiedRolling
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Major League Baseball PlayersNYOUTH DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION GRANT - Works to increase participation in and expand access to youth baseball and softball. Organizations and individualsUnspecifiedRolling
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U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development AdministrationYEDA PLANNING AND LOCAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE - Supports economic development, foster job creation, and attract private investment in economically distressed areas of the United States.Nonprofits, governments, institutions of higher education, Native American tribal governmentsUp to $300,000Rolling $ 51,000,000
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Rising Tide FoundationNRISING TIDE FOUNDATION - Supports projects that open networks of productivity and exchange to the previously excluded. NonprofitsUnspecifiedRolling
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The Glaser Progress FoundationNPROGRAM AREAS - Supports Measuring Progress, Independent Media, Global Health and Climate Change, and Animal Advocacy priorities.NonprofitsUnspecifiedRolling
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rural Utilities ServiceYCALENDAR YEAR 2022 DISASTER WATER GRANTS - Works to assist communities by awarding grant funds to qualified entities for expenses related to water infrastructure systems in designated areas that were impacted by events that occurred during CY 2022 and were recognized through Presidentially Declared Disasters. Nonprofits, tribesUnspecifiedRolling
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School-Based Healthcare FoundationNCOMMUNITY GRANTS - Brings in and supports highly skilled clinicians to work with schools, after-school programs, and youth summer programs to assist personnel and other adults who interact with youth in both school settings and local communities.Nonprofit agencies with a proven track record of providing intervension and/or prevention services on school campuses.Up to $100,000; 40% matchUnspecified
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Can'd AidNCRUSH IT CRUSADE GRANT - Provides recycling bins, training and the funding needed to help get a recycling program off the ground in your community.Unspecified$5,000-$7,000Unspecified
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NikeNJORDAN BRAND COMMUNITY COMMITMENT - COMMUNITY GRANT PROGRAM - Enables nonprofit organizations to directly affect changes in their city.501(c)(3) organizations $100,000-$3,000,000Unspecified
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The Oak Hill FundNGRANT - Supports active restoration of diminished continental U.S. forest species, protection of native tree habitat through forest land preservation, and support of science-based research, seed orchard development and other associated expenses involved in species restoration.UnspecifiedUnspecifiedUnspecified
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Kars4Kids NKARS4KIDS SMALL GRANT PROGRAM - Works to expand our reach to more diverse populations by lending support to local charities doing great work for the children in their communities.501(c)(3) organizations $500-$2,000Unspecified
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Brothers Helping BrothersNGRANTS - Helps small and rural fire departments within the U.S. with equipment needs by donating vital life saving tools.Fire training centers, emergency communication centers, auxiliaries, fire service organizations, dive teams, for profit Fire or EMS agencyUnspecifiedUnspecified
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League of Women Voters of Honolulu Education FundNLWVHEF GRANTS - Supports projects that enhance and improve the general welfare of the people of Oahu, protect its natural environment and/or implement plans designed to maintain or improve the quality of life of its citizens. Nonprofits UnspecifiedUnspecified
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Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Region NSPONSORSHIPS - Works to improve the health of our communities. Nonprofits, state and county programsUnspecifiedUnspecified