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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): $6,642,457,841
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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 $ 89,297,894
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T-MobileNHOMETOWN GRANTS - Aims to jumpstart projects and build stronger communities, including upgrading tech at your local library, building new hiking trails, revitalizing historic buildings, and so much more.Nonprofit organizations, elected officials, town managers and employees, tribal leaders
Up to $50,000
Applications accepted on a quarterly basis
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National Park FoundationN2024-2025 PARK PARTNER CAPACITY BUILDING GRANT PROGRAM - Aims to help build the organizational, philanthropic, and
programmatic capacity of NPS’ official park partners.
Nonprofits with existing agreements with the National Park Service$25,000-$50,0007/21/2024
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Robert Carr FundNREQUEST FOR PROPOSALS - Supports global and regional civil society networks to sustain and expand the role of ISPs in the HIV response, with a commitment to prioritize networks led by ISPs for funding to uphold rights, remove barriers to accessing services, and contribute to sustainable financial investment in communities and programming.Organizations led by a regional or global civil society network or on behalf of a consortium of networksUp to $1,000,0007/22/2024
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U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park ServiceYEXPERIENCED SERVICES PROGRAM - Seeks to augment the capacity of parks and provide needed subject-matter expertise to address short-term needs, unanticipated workloads, and new initiatives.Nonprofits without 501(c)(3) statusUp to $3,000,0007/22/2024$30,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYA SYSTEM-LEVEL SYNDEMIC APPROACH TO IMPROVE HIV CARE AND TREATMENT FOR RACIAL AND ETHNIC MINORITIES - DEMONSTRATION SYSTEMS - Seeks to support up to five demonstration systems through cooperative agreements for up to four years to design, implement, and participate in the evaluation of a syndemic approach to link and retain people with HIV from racial and ethnic and integrated care.Nonprofits, tribal governments, public and tribal organizationsUnspecified7/24/2024$2,500,000
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U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice AssistanceYBJA FY24 VISITING FELLOWS PROGRAM - Seeks to invest in current and future leaders in the criminal justice field to advance priority national policy issues and offer cross-developmental opportunities for DOJ staff and criminal justice practitioners and researchers.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, for profit and tribal organizations, housing authoritiesUp to $500,0007/24/2024
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Brookdale FoundationNBROOKDALE NATIONAL GROUP RESPITE PROGRAM FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH MEMORY LOSS - Supports the development or expansion of dementia-specific Group Respite programs or specialized programs for people with EML.501(c)(3) nonprofits or 509(a) public agencies$20,000 7/25/2024
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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 authoritiesUp to $4,000,0007/26/2024$4,000,000
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U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health AdministrationYCAPACITY BUILDING - Aims to advance the job quality of the American workforce by providing disadvantaged, underserved, low-income, or other hard-to-reach, at-risk workers with hazard awareness, avoidance, and control training to protect them from on-the-job hazards, and to inform workers of their rights and employers of their responsibilities under the OSH Act, through formulating and testing their program objectives and building a full-scale occupational safety and health training program.Nonprofits, including labor unions, community, faith-based, and grassroots organizations, public institutions of higher education, tribal and Native Hawaiian governments and organizationsUp to $100,0007/26/2024$12,787,000
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U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health AdministrationYTRAINING AND EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT - Aims to advance the job quality of the American workforce by providing disadvantaged, underserved, low-income, or other hard-to-reach, at-risk workers with hazard awareness, avoidance, and control training to protect them from on-the-job hazards, and to inform workers of their rights and employers of their responsibilities under the OSH Act, through developing new training materials addressing one of the OSHA-specified training topics.Nonprofits, including labor unions, community, faith-based, and grassroots organizations, public institutions of higher education, tribal and Native Hawaiian governments and organizationsUp to $75,0007/26/2024$12,787,000
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U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health AdministrationYTARGETED TOPIC TRAINING - Aims to advance the job quality of the American workforce by providing disadvantaged, underserved, low-income, or other hard-to-reach, at-risk workers with hazard awareness, avoidance, and control training to protect them from on-the-job hazards, and to inform workers of their rights and employers of their responsibilities under the OSH Act, through developing and conducting instructor-led training addressing one of the OSHA-specified training topics for an audience identified in this funding opportunity.Nonprofits, including labor unions, community, faith-based, and grassroots organizations, public institutions of higher education, tribal and Native Hawaiian governments and organizationsUp to $160,0007/26/2024$12,787,000
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Hawaii Community FoundationNHOLOMUA MARINE INITIATIVE - Supports broad public participation and incorporates expert scientific and cultural guidance to achieve the goal of restoring abundance to Hawai‘i's nearshore waters through effective resource management.501(c)(3) nonprofitsUp to $150,0007/26/2024$3,000,000
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Teshinsky Family FoundationNMANUFACTURING WORKFORCE TRAINING GRANT - Helps people develop skills for employment, education opportunities, and through them, personal liberty, specifically by supporting workforce training for manufacturing careers.501(c)(3) nonprofits$25,000-$100,000Inquiries due 7/26/2024
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County of Maui, Department of Environmental ManagementNENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION GRANT - Supports initiatives in invasive species management, environmental restoration, conservation and sustainability, with a specific allocation of up to $10,000 for Waikapū community beautification projects.Nonprofit organizations, for profit organizations, individualsUnspecifiedProposals due 7/29/24$490,000
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County of Maui, Department of Environmental ManagementNWETLANDS RESTORATION GRANT - Funds organizations dedicated to wetland restoration in Maui County in order to advance critical restoration efforts.Nonprofit organizations, for profit organizations, individualsUnspecifiedProposals due 7/29/24$800,000
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County of Maui, Department of Environmental ManagementNRENEWABLE ENERGY GRANT - Supports initiatives promoting renewable energy and enhancing energy efficiency throughout Maui County.Nonprofit organizations, for profit organizations, individualsUnspecifiedProposals due 7/29/24$100,000
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County of Maui, Department of Environmental ManagementNGREEN BUILDING AND RESILIENT HOUSING GRANT - Encourages sustainable building practices and resilient housing design and construction, with up to $56,000 designated for projects participating in the Living Building Challenge.Nonprofit organizations, for profit organizations, individualsUnspecifiedProposals due 7/29/24$100,000
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County of Maui, Department of Environmental ManagementNEQUIPMENT PURCHASE GRANT - Assists organizations in acquiring essential equipment necessary for sustainability and environmental initiatives, including the Environmental Protection Grant, Wetlands Restoration Grant, Renewable Energy Grant, and Green Building and Resilient Housing Grant.Nonprofit organizations, for profit organizations, individualsUnspecifiedProposals due 7/29/24
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U.S. Department of EducationYOFFICE OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION (OESE): SCHOOL CHOICE AND IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS (SCIP): PROMISE NEIGHBORHOODS (PN) - Aims to significantly improve the academic and developmental outcomes of children and youth living in the most distressed communities of the United States, including ensuring school readiness, high school graduation, and access to a community-based continuum of high-quality services.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations, othersUp to $500,000Notice of intent to apply due 7/29/24; applications due 9/10/24$4,000,000
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National Alliance for Children's GriefNGRIEF REACH CYCLE 2 - 2024 (CAPACITY BUILDING) - Aims to enhance organizational capacity, development of an organization’s infrastructure, capabilities, and overall effectiveness in providing support and resources to bereaved children.501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations serving children who have experienced a death$5,000, $10,000, or $15,0007/29/2024
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rural Housing ServiceYRURAL HOUSING PRESERVATION GRANT - Supports efforts to assist very low- and low-income homeowners in repairing and rehabilitating their homes in rural areas and assists rental property owners and cooperative housing complexes in repairing and rehabilitating their units if they agree to make such units available to low- and very low-income persons.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, tribal, faith-based, and community organizations, othersUnspecified7/29/2024$12,200,000
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Environmental Protection AgencyYPROMOTING READINESS AND ENHANCING PROFICIENCY TO ADVANCE REPORTING AND DATA - Supports efforts to assist current or prospective EPA grant recipients more effectively address their grant progress and performance requirements of
their EPA-funded grant agreements.
Nonprofit organizations, including institutions of higher education and hospitalsUp to $500,0007/29/2024$2,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYSERVICE AREA COMPETITION - Seeks to ensure continuity of care in the communities and populations currently served by the Health Center Program.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, independent school districts, tribal organizations, othersUnspecified7/29/2024$199,755,190
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U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of CrimeYOVC FY24 MEETING THE BASIC NEEDS OF UNDERSERVED CRIME VICTIMS - Supports services for victims by organizations that understand the complex, multilayered, culturally specific challenges that crime victims from these communities face when attempting to access assistance and services.Nonprofits, tribal organizationsUp to $200,0007/29/2024$5,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYSERVICE AREA COMPETITION - Seeks to ensure continuity of care in the communities and populations currently served by the Health Center Program.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, independent school districts, tribal organizations, othersUnspecified7/29/2024$339,987,150
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Aspen InstituteNECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES PROGRAM - WORKFORCE LEADERSHIP ACADEMIES - Supports efforts to develop and facilitate Academies, focusing on skills-first talent strategies to reduce career disparities and enhance productivity.Nonprofits, state or city entities, community colleges, and intermediaries$50,000 Intent to apply form due 7/30/24
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Bezos Earth FundNAI FOR CLIMATE AND NATURE GRAND CHALLENGE - Supports transformative ideas that will accelerate efforts to address climate change and nature loss through the use of modern AI, specifically through sustainable proteins, power grid optimization, and biodiversity conservation.501(c)(3) organizations in the U.S.$50,000 (for phase 1) and up to $2,000,000 (for phase 2)7/30/2024$100,000,000
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U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice AssistanceYBJA FY24 OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS COMMUNITY BASED VIOLENCE INTERVENTION AND PREVENTION INITIATIVE TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - Aims to provide a range of training and technical assistance (TTA) to grantees and the field at large under the Community Based Violence Intervention and Prevention Initiative (CVIPI).Nonprofits, institutions of higher education, for profit organizations, small businessesUp to $3,500,0007/30/2024
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Japanese American Community FoundationN2024 FALL GRANTS - Supports Japanese American programs and projects that focus on senior health and services, history, arts and culture, and youth.501(c)(3) nonprofits$2,500-$50,000LOIs due 7/31/24
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Next 50 FoundationNCHANGING AGING - Supports economic well-being for older adults and the organizations that serve them through systems-level and programmatic innovations.501(c)(3) organizations, organizations with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsorUp to $150,000 (with exceptions)7/31/24 (opens 7/1/24)
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Petco LoveNANIMAL WELFARE ORGANIZATIONS - Supports organizations whose primary purpose is sheltering and adoptions.Animal welfare organizationsUnspecified7/31/2024
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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 educationUnspecified7/31/24 (forecasted)$27,000,000
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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 educationUnspecified7/31/24 (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, in the skills necessary to be a successful residency program director of a rural primary care residency or a Teaching Health Center residency program. Nonprofits, state governments, private institutions of higher education, for-profit organizationsUnspecified7/31/24 (forecasted)$4,000,000
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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 districtsUnspecified7/31/24 (forecasted)$17,000,000
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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, othersUp to $1,000,0007/31/24 (forecasted)$23,000,000
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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 Justice, Office of Juvenile Delinquency PreventionYOJJDP FY24 COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES (CASA) TRAINING, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, AND SUBGRANTS PROGRAM - Seeks to select organization(s) to carry out key activities designed to ensure abused and neglected children involved in dependency court proceedings have access to a court appointed special advocate.Nonprofits, institutions of higher educationUp to $16,245,0008/1/2024$24,990,000
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Terra Foundation for American ArtNCOLLECTIONS GRANTS - Encourages permanent collection projects that address historical inequities in presentations and understandings of American art history.Nonprofits$25,000-75,0008/1/24 letters of inquiry, 10/7/24 proposals
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Lisle InternationalNGLOBAL SEED GRANTS - Supports innovative projects which advance intercultural understanding through shared experiences, with the goal of creating a more just social order.Organizations$500-$5,0008/1/24 (phase 1 applications due; invited applications due 9/1/24)
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Road Runners Club of AmericaNKIDS RUN THE NATION GRANT FUND - Aims to provide financial assistance to running clubs, schools, and community-based nonprofits interested in implementing or currently hosting gender and ability inclusive youth running programs.501(c)(3) running clubs, events, or other organization$500-$1,0008/1/2024
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Access FundNCLIMBING CONSERVATION GRANT - Funds projects that preserve or enhance climbing access and opportunities and conserve the climbing environment throughout the US. Local climbing, conservation, grassroots, and community organizations, government agencies, land trusts, and individuals$1,000 to $10,0008/1/2024
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National Endowment for the ArtsYNEA OUR TOWN, FY 2025 - Supports projects that demonstrate a specific role for arts, culture, and design as part of strategies for strengthening local communities, ultimately centering equity and laying the groundwork for long-term systems change tailored to community needs and opportunities.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts$150,000-$250,0008/1/2024
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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.UnspecifiedUnspecified8/1/24, 3/1/24
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation ServiceYWETLAND MITIGATION BANKING PROGRAM - Provides leadership and funding to ensure that all programs and services are made accessible to all customers, fairly and equitably, with emphasis on reaching historically underserved farmers and ranchers and Native American tribal governments and organizations.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, for profit and tribal organizations, small businesses$100,000-$1,000,0008/2/2024$7,000,000
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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) organizationsUnspecified8/30/24, LOIs due 8/2/24
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Aloha United Way and Hawaiʻi Community Foundation NALICE INITIATIVE 2025-2027 RFP - Empowers nonprofit partners to initiate substantial change by utilizing a collective impact model to drive innovation, advocacy, and strategic interventions to elevate ALICE households into upward economic mobility.Nonprofits$60,000-$80,000 (over 3 years)LOIs due 8/5/24
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYSERVICE AREA COMPETITION - ADDITIONAL AREA - Aims to to ensure continuity of care in the communities and populations currently served by the Health Center Program.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, independent school districts, tribal organizations, othersUnspecified8/5/2024$3,550,000
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Internet Society FoundationNBOLT GRANT PROGRAM - Aims to support teams of creatives, technologists, researchers, and social/cultural workers to design and build prototypes and pilots that will bring into reality innovative solutions to Internet connectivity particularly among communities where current technologies are unavailable or not readily accessible. 501(c)(3) organizationsUp to $300,0008/6/2024
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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentYLEAD AND HEALTHY HOMES TECHNICAL STUDIES (LHHTS) GRANT PROGRAM - Supports studies to improve knowledge of housing-related health and safety hazards and to improve or develop new hazard assessment and control methods, with a focus on lead and other key residential health and safety hazards.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for profit and tribal organizations, small businesses$300,000-$1,000,0008/6/2024$13,200,000
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Small Business AdministrationYWOMEN'S BUSINESS CENTER APPLICATION READINESS AND PROCUREMENT ASSISTANCE - Aims to assist women entrepreneurs with application readiness for certification in the Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) and Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB) Programs, procurement assistance, and entrepreneurial development.Nonprofits$75,000-$150,0008/7/2024
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Small Business AdministrationYWOMEN'S BUSINESS CENTER - SUPPORTING CHILDCARE SMALL BUSINESSES GRANT - Supports entrepreneurial development services to women owned childcare small businesses, as well as to women owned childcare businesses and entrepreneurs in socially and economically disadvantaged locations that are outside of the geographical areas of existing WBCs.Nonprofits$75,000-$150,0008/7/2024
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U.S. Department of EducationYOSERS: OSEP: TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ON STATE DATA COLLECTION--NATIONAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTER TO IMPROVE STATE CAPACITY TO COLLECT, REPORT, ANALYZE, AND USE ACCURATE IDEA PART B DATA - Aims to improve the capacity of States to meet the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) data collection and reporting requirements.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for profit and tribal organizations, othersUp to $6,250,0008/8/2024$6,250,000
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Fore FoundationNOPIOID CRISIS INNOVATION CHALLENGE 2024 - Supports projects that combine strategies from diverse fields and engage multidisciplinary teams in tackling some of the most intractable problems associated with the nation’s opioid-related addiction and poisoning crisis.501(c)(3) organizations, state, local, and tribal governmentsUp to $300,000 (per year for up to 2 years)8/8/2024
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Youth Power FundNTHE RESPONSIBLE TECHNOLOGY YOUTH POWER FUND - Aims to support youth and intergenerationally led organizations shaping the responsible technology movement.501(c)(3) organizations$25,000-$150,0008/9/2024
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U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice AssistanceYBJA FY24 FIELD INITIATED: ENCOURAGING INNOVATION - Seeks to support new and innovative strategies for preventing and reducing crime, improving community safety, and strengthening criminal justice system outcomes.Nonprofits, local and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, for profit organizations, small businesses, housing authoritiesUp to $1,000,0008/9/2024
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Nasdaq FoundationNQUARTERLY GRANT PROGRAM - Supports organizations that promote & support under-resourced communities by reimagining investor engagement and equipping communities with the financial knowledge needed to share in the wealth that markets create.501(c)(3) organizations, organizations with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor$75,000 (average)8/9/2024
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Community LivingYASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY ALTERNATIVE FINANCING PROGRAM - Aims to support programs that provide for the purchase of AT, such as a low-interest loan fund, an interest buy-down program, a revolving loan fund, a loan guarantee, an or an insurance program, that results in the acquisition of AT devices and services.Nonprofits, state and tribal governments, public institutions of higher education, tribal organizations$100,000-$700,0008/9/24 (forecasted)$1,970,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYMEDIA PROJECTS - Supports collaboration between media producers and scholars to develop content grounded in humanities scholarship and prepare documentary films and television, radio programs, and podcasts that engage public audiences with humanities ideas in creative and appealing ways.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizationsUp to $1,000,0008/14/2024$3,500,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYPUBLIC HUMANITIES PROJECTS - Supports projects that bring the ideas and insights of the humanities to life for general audiences through in-person, hybrid, or virtual programming.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $1,000,0008/14/2024$2,735,000
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U.S. Department of Energy, Golden Field OfficeYWASTE: WASTE ANALYSIS AND STRATEGIES FOR TRANSPORTATION END-USES - Seeks to aid communities with resource and energy recovery strategies associated with their organic waste streams, by (1) supporting more in-depth feasibility or scoping analyses of proposed projects and (2) further refining existing projects.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, tribal organizations, others$750,000-$2,000,0008/14/2024$17,500,000
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U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against WomenYOVW FISCAL YEAR 2024 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS FOR VICTIMS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, DATING VIOLENCE, AND STALKING PROGRAM - Supports victim service providers, Tribal governments, and Tribal organizations to provide flexible financial assistance to survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, alongside other victim services.Nonprofits, tribal governments and organizations, others$300,000-$500,0008/15/2024$7,500,000
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U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Benefit AdministrationYVETERAN AND SPOUSE TRANSITIONAL ASSISTANCE GRANT PROGRAM - Supports organizations that provide: resume assistance, interview training, job recruitment training, and related services.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, public institutions of higher education, othersUp to $500,0008/15/24 (forecasted)$4,000,000
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Hawaii Community Foundation + Wai MaoliNHAWAII'S FRESH WATER INITIATIVE - Aims to proactively address and resolve water supply issues by creating 100 million gallons per day (MGD) in additional, reliable fresh water capacity for our islands by 2030 to help adapt to declining rainfall and other climate challenges.501(c)(3) organizations, or organizations with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor, state and local governments, water agencies and utilitiesUp to $50,000 (per year for up to 2 years)8/15/2024
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MacArthur FoundationN100&CHANGE - Supports an organization that promises real and measurable progress toward solving a critical social challenge.Nonprofit and for profit organizations$100,000 Must register by 8/15/24; applications due 9/5/24$100,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYNEW ACCESS POINTS - Supports new health center service delivery sites to expand affordable, accessible, and high-quality primary health care for underserved communities and populations.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, independent school districts, tribal organizations, othersUnspecified8/15/2024$50,000,000
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Environmental Protection AgencyYBROWNFIELDS JOB TRAINING GRANT - Helps residents take advantage of jobs across a spectrum of brownfield related activities, including the assessment, cleanup, remediation, and planning/site preparation for the revitalization of brownfields.Nonprofits, local governments, quasi governmental agencies, state agencies, tribal governments, higher education institutionsUp to $500,0008/15/2024$14,000,000
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rural Utilities ServiceYBROADBAND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE - provides competitive cooperative agreement funding to eligible entities to receive or deliver broadband technical assistance and training that promotes the expansion of broadband. Nonprofits, public housing authorities, local governments, state governments, institutions of higher education, small businesses and other for profits, independent school districts$50,000-$1,000,0008/20/2024$1,000,000
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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentYEVICTION PROTECTION GRANT PROGRAM - Aims to expand the evidence base around eviction prevention and diversion programming, by reporting information about tenants served, legal assistance services provided, outcomes achieved and milestones reached, and collaborative activities.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations, others$500,000-$2,500,0008/20/2024$40,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for HealthYSUPPORTING VACCINE CONFIDENCE - Seeks to expand, plan, implement, and evaluate promising practices and develop novel approaches to increase vaccine confidence in local communities, particularly partnerships with organizations that work with populations with low vaccination rates (e.g., African Americans and residents in rural 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$115,000-$250,0008/21/2024$1,000,000
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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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Grammy MuseumNSCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND PRESERVATION PROJECTS - Supports efforts that advance the archiving and preservation of the music and recorded sound heritage of North America, and research projects related to the impact of music on the human condition.Organizations and individualsUp to $20,000LOIs due 8/23/24
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationYCOMMUNITY-BASED MATERNAL BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES PROGRAM - Aims to improve access to evidence-based, timely, and culturally relevant maternal mental health and substance use (behavioral health) intervention and treatment by strengthening community referral pathways.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, tribal, primary care, and behavioral health organizationsUp to $500,0008/26/2024$15,000,000
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U.S. Department of EnergyYINFLATION REDUCTION ACT (IRA) - METHANE EMISSIONS REDUCTION PROGRAM OIL AND GAS METHANE MONITORING AND MITIGATION - makes funds available to a variety of entities for the purpose of mitigating methane emissions from marginal conventional wells (MCWs) and other oil and natural gas assets; accelerating the commercialization, scale-up and application of innovative methane emissions reduction technologies; and advancing the characterization and reduction of methane emissions through multi-scale, measurement-informed data collection and analysis.UnrestrictedUp to $300,000,0008/26/2024$850,000,000
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U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology LaboratoryYBIPARTISAN INFRASTRUCTURE LAW (BIL) - CLEAN FUELS & PRODUCTS SHOT: SUPPORTING CARBON UTILIZATION PRODUCTS VIA ELECTROCHEMICAL CONVERSION AND REFINERY AND PETROCHEMICAL FACILITIES RETROFITTING - Supports the national goal of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 by developing the sustainable feedstocks and conversion technologies necessary to produce crucial fuels, materials, and carbon-based products that are better for the environment than current petroleum-derived components.UnrestrictedUp to $6,000,0008/27/2024$16,000,000
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Burroughs Wellcome FundNCLIMATE AND HEALTH INTERDISCIPLINARY AWARDS (CHI) - Provides support for collaborative exploratory work that opens new ground for comprehensively assessing or mitigating the impacts of climate change on human health.Nonprofit organizations$375,000 over 3 yearsLOIs due 8/29/24
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U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park ServiceYFY2024 HISTORIC PRESERVATION FUND - UNDERREPRESENTED COMMUNITIES GRANTS - Aims to diversify listings in the National Register of Historic Places to include communities that are currently underrepresented.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations$15,000-$75,0008/29/2024$1,250,000
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U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit AdministrationYFY 2024 COMPETITIVE FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: ENHANCING MOBILITY INNOVATION - Supports projects that advance emerging technologies, strategies, and innovations in traveler-centered mobility, through (1) accelerating innovations that improve mobility and enhance the rider experience, and (2) developing software solutions that facilitate the provision of integrated demand-response public transportation service.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, for profit organizations, small businesses$400,000 to $968,0008/30/2024$1,936,000
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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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American Bar EndowmentNOPPORTUNITY GRANTS - Aims to provide funds for activities organizations often put on the back burner because dollars are not readily available or that build an organization’s capacity to work better and improve outcomes.501(c)(3) organizations, organizations with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsorUp to $25,000Letters of inquiry due 9/1/24$300,000
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The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual ArtsNGRANTS - Supports the advancement of the visual arts through an extensive artist-centered grantmaking program, by encouraging and facilitating the production of original work that expands and enhances the contemporary art field.501(c)(3) organizationsUnspecified9/1, 3/1, annually
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PolarisNPOLARIS TRAILS GRANTS PROGRAM - Aims to promote safe and responsible riding, support trail preservation and help protect the environment and natural resources that are a part of the off-road trail systems.501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, 501(c)(7) government organizationsUp to $10,000 per year9/1/24, 3/1/25
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Toshiba America FoundationNGRANTS FOR GRADE 6-12 - Seeks to help teachers bring an innovative project into their own classroom.6th to 12th grade schools, education nonprofits and universities (occasionally considered--call for clarification)Up to $5,0009/1/24, 12/1/24
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Red RoverNREDROVER RELIEF SAFE HOUSING GRANTS - Seeks to help survivors of domestic violence by removing a barrier to safety and allowing pets and people to escape abuse together.NonprofitsUp to $100,0009/1/2024
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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 healNonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, for-profit and tribal organizations, small businesses, housing authoritiesUnspecified9/1/2024$17,500,000
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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentYHEALTHY HOMES PRODUCTION GRANT PROGRAM - Builds upon HUD’s successful Lead Hazard Control programs to expand the Department’s efforts to address a variety of high-priority environmental health and safety hazards.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, others$1,000,000-$2,000,0009/3/2024$40,000,000
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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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U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice AssistanceYBJA FY24 PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICERS' BENEFITS (PSOB) NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT SURVIVOR SUPPORT AND NATIONAL FIREFIGHTER AND FIRST RESPONDER SURVIVOR SUPPORT PROGRAMS COMPETITIVE GRANT SOLICITATION - Seeks to support the families of fallen and catastrophically injured law enforcement officers, firefighters, and other first responders by providing assistance with filing applications for federal benefits for line-of-duty deaths and catastrophic injuries.Nonprofits, for profit and tribal organizations, small businessesUp to $6,000,0009/4/2024
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Local Initiatives Support Corporation; Dick's Sporting Goods FoundationNGAME ON-COMMUNITY PLACES - Provides funding and technical assistance to community-rooted organizations working to create and renovate multi-use youth sport spaces for youth ages 6-24 years old in under-resourced communities across the country.Nonprofit organizations$50,000-$100,000 (1:1 match funding)9/5/2024
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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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American Arbitration Association / International Centre for Dispute Resolution FoundationNANNUAL GRANTS - Supports the prevention and resolution of conflicts by expanding access to alternative dispute resolution, particularly through bridging community conflict, preventing and reducing violence, and supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion.Organizations$50,000-$250,0009/9/2024
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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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The Calvin K. Kazanjian Economic FoundationNGRANT PROGRAM - Supports efforts to (1) leverage AI to increase student learning effectiveness in economic education; (2) research AI and economic education; (3) develop /enhance/leverage capabilities to reach a greater number of people in economic education; (4) generate more excitement and demand for economic and financial education.501(c)(3) nonprofitsUnspecifiedLOIs due 9/10/24; 3/10/24
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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 Labor, Employment and Training AdministrationYYOUTHBUILD - funds pre-apprenticeship services that support education, occupational skills training, and employment services to opportunity youth, ages 16 to 24, who are performing meaningful work and service to their communities.Nonprofits, local governments, state governments, institutions of higher education, independent school districts, Tribes$700,000-$1,500,0009/16/2024$99,000,000
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Hawaiʻi Community Foundation (Victoria S. and Bradley L. Geist Foundation)NVICTORIA S. AND BRADLEY L. GEIST FOUNDATION: SUPPORTING FOSTER CHILDREN AND THEIR CAREGIVERS - Seeks to provide meaningful support for efforts that will result in supportive homes and experiences for Hawaiʻi’s foster children.501(c)(3) organizations and units of government$10,000-$50,0009/16/2024
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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 deeply and in dialogue about the issues that they raise.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governmentsUp to $100,0009/17/2024$1,000,000
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AmeriCorpsYFISCAL YEAR (FY) 2025 AMERICORPS SENIOR RSVP COMPETITION - Aims to engage adults ages 55 and older in tackling the community’s most pressing needs in order to improve lives, strengthen communities, and foster civic engagement.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations, othersUnspecified9/18/2024
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U.S. Department of Energy, Golden Field OfficeYWATER POWER INNOVATION NETWORK - Seeks to fund new and/or expanded incubator or accelerator programs that enable entrepreneurship and accelerate water power innovation, business creation, and growth in communities and regions throughout the United States. Unrestricted$100,000-$1,000,0009/18/2024$4,800,000
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Department of Transportation, Office of the Under Secretary for PolicyYRECONNECTING COMMUNITIES PILOT (RCP) PROGRAM - Aims to advance and support reconnection of communities divided by transportation infrastructure – with a priority on helping disadvantaged communities improve access to daily needs.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, public institutions of higher education, tribal organizations Up to $100,000,0009/30/2024$607,000,000
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Classics for Kids FoundationNINSTRUMENT MATCHING GRANTS - Supports organizations that believe in the role of fine instruments in your program, and can show evidence of need and commitment to raising matching funds.NonprofitsUnspecified9/30/24, 12/31/24, 3/31/25
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YamahaNOUTDOOR ACCESS INITIATIVE - Provides practical support for efforts that promote safe, responsible use of OHVs, educate the public on proper recreational land use and wildlife conservation practices, and protect appropriate and sustainable access to public lands.Nonprofits, public riding areas, outdoor enthusiast associations, land conservation organizations, and communitiesUnspecified9/30/24, 12/15/24
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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentYROSS (RESIDENT OPPORTUNITY AND SELF-SUFFICIENCY) SERVICE COORDINATOR PROGRAM - FY2024 - Assists residents of Public and Indian Housing make progress towards economic and housing self-sufficiency by removing the educational, professional and health barriers they face.Nonprofits, tribal governments, housing authorities, othersUp to $816,7509/30/2024$40,000,000
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U.S. Department of EnergyYPROMOTING DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL CONSENSUS ON CLEAN FOSSIL ENERGY AND CARBON MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES - Aims to use research, development, demonstration, and deployment approaches to advance technologies to reduce carbon emissions and other environmental impacts of fossil fuel production and use, particularly the hardest-to-decarbonize applications in the electricity and industrial sectors.UnrestrictedUp to $10,000,0009/30/2024$10,000,000
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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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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYSPOTLIGHT ON HUMANITIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION - Supports small projects that help students from underserved populations gain access to and benefit from the humanities.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $60,00010/1/2024$1,000,000
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U.S. Department of CommerceYOCEAN EXPLORATION FISCAL YEAR 2025 FUNDING OPPORTUNITY - Seeks to advance our basic understanding of the unknown ocean through supporting exploration (i.e., examining unknown or poorly understood areas of the seafloor, sub-bottom, or water column through initial assessments of the physical, chemical, geological, biological, archaeological, or other characteristics).Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, for profit organizations, institutions of higher education$50,000-$1,000,00010/3/2024
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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 Energy, Golden Field OfficeYFISCAL YEAR 2024 SOLAR ENERGY SUPPLY CHAIN INCUBATOR FOA - Supports research, development, and demonstration (RD&D) projects that de-risk solar hardware, manufacturing processes, and software products across a wide range of solar technology areas.Nonprofits, small businesses, for profit organizations$1,000,000-$5,000,00010/7/2024$38,000,000
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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. Department of Energy, Golden Field OfficeYSOLAR TECHNOLOGIES' RAPID INTEGRATION AND VALIDATION FOR ENERGY SYSTEMS (STRIVES) - Supports research, development, and demonstration projects to improve power systems simulation software tools and demonstrate new business models for distribution systems operations.Unrestricted$1,000,000-$3,000,00010/17/2024$31,000,000
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AJ Muste Foundation for Peace + JusticeNSOCIAL JUSTICE FUND - Supports efforts to end the violence of borders and the criminalization of immigrants, shut down CBP and ICE, abolish prisons and dismantle and redefine systems of policing and criminal justice, confront institutionalized violence against racial, ethnic, gender-based, and LGBTQ communities, and more.OrganizationsUp to $10,00010/21/2024
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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 $5,000,00010/30/2024
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NDN CollectiveNCOMMUNITY ACTION FUND - Supports Indigenous frontline communities, Nations, organizers, actions and movements in their work to DEFEND Indigenous Peoples’ rights, and protect their land, air, water, and natural resources.Nonprofit organizations, tribal entities, indigenous communitiesUp to $40,000 (average $15,000)10/31/2024
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The Lalor FoundationNGRANTS - Supports programs that offer sexual and reproductive health education to women, especially through organizations that value reproductive rights and help women gain access to contraception and abortions.501(c)(3) organizations$10,000 to $35,000Concept papers due 11/1/24
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Toshiba America FoundationNGRANTS FOR GRADES 6-12 - Seeks to help teachers bring an innovative project into their own classroom.6th to 12th grade schools, education nonprofits and universities (occasionally considered--call for clarification)More than $5,00011/1/2024
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National Archives and Records AdministrationYARCHIVAL PROJECTS - Supports projects that engage the public, expand civic education, and promote understanding of the nation’s history, democracy, and culture from the founding era to the present day.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $150,00011/7/2024$1,200,000
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National Archives and Records AdministrationYDISCOVERY AND ACCESS TO CONGRESSIONAL RECORDS COLLECTIONS - Seeks to develop and promote models for addressing key challenges in the processing, long-term preservation, discovery, access, and research use of Congressional Records collections.Nonprofits, state, local, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education$100,000-$350,00011/7/2024$1,000,000
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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 $125,00011/7/2024$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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U.S. Department of Energy, Golden Field OfficeYSMART MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES FOR MATERIAL AND PROCESS INNOVATION - Seeks to address major end-use industrial opportunities for smart manufacturing in the energy sector through: (1) Enhancing Product Quality, (2) Supporting Process Innovation, (3) Accelerating Materials Development, (4) Enabling Materials Circularity, (5) Driving Asset Optimization and (6) Increasing Workforce Readiness.Unrestricted$350,000-$3,000,00011/18/2024$33,700,000
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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentYCONTINUUM OF CARE (CoC) BUILDS - Works to address and reduce homelessness by adding new units of permanent supportive housing (PSH) through new construction, acquisition, or rehabilitation through one-time INSiDE awards under the CoC program. Nonprofits, state, county, special district, and tribal governments, public housing authorities, tribal organizations$1,000,000-$10,000,00011/21/2024$175,000,000
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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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Venturous Theater FundNVENTUROUS CAPITAL GRANTS - Supports writers of bold, experimental, and/or large-scale new plays by giving not-for-profit theaters the ability to say “yes” instead of “no” to writer-driven projects perceived as especially challenging.501(c)(3) theaters, or theaters with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor$5,000 to $35,00012/2/2024
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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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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYRURAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES OUTREACH PROGRAM - Promotes rural health care services by enhancing health care delivery to rural underserved populations in the local community or region.Nonprofits, for profits, tribes and tribal organizationsUnspecified1/3/25 (forecasted)$12,600,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYDIGITAL HUMANITIES ADVANCEMENT GRANTS - Supports innovative, experimental, and/or computationally challenging digital projects leading to work that can scale to enhance scholarly research, teaching, and public programming in the humanities.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $450,0001/9/25 (forecasted)$2,200,000
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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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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYCOMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS, SURVEILLANCE, AND STATISTICS INITIATIVE FOR DIABETES IN THE YOUNG (CASSIDY) - Aims to conduct surveillance of diabetes in youth (< 18 years) and young adults (18–44 years) across health system and/or health plan membership-based centers to provide estimates of diabetes incidence and prevalence in 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 authoritiesUp to $700,0001/10/25 (forecasted)$12,800,000
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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 Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYRURAL COMMUNITIES OPIOID RESPONSE PROGRAM - OVERDOSE RESPONSE - Supports immediate responses to the overdose crisis in rural areas through improving access to, capacity for, and sustainability of prevention, treatment, and recovery services for substance use disorder (SUD).Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, public institutions of higher educationUp to $300,0001/16/25 (forecasted)$6,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYRURAL HEALTH NETWORK DEVELOPMENT PLANNING PROGRAM - Plans and develops integrated health care networks that collaborate to address the following legislative aims: (i) achieve efficiencies; (ii) expand access to and improve the quality of basic health care services and health outcomes; and (iii) strengthen the rural health care system.Nonprofits, othersUnspecified1/27/25 (forecasted)$3,500,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYRURAL VETERANS HEALTH ACCESS PROGRAM - Provides funding to states to work with providers and other partners to improve access to needed health care services and to improve the coordination of care for veterans living in rural areas.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, othersUnspecified2/5/25 (forecasted)$600,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYINSTITUTES FOR HIGHER EDUCATION FACULTY AND K-12 EDUCATORS - Convenes higher education faculty or K-12 educators from across the nation to deepen and enrich their understanding of significant topics in the humanities and enrich their capacity for effective scholarship and teaching.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $220,0002/12/25 (forecasted)$3,000,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYLANDMARKS FOR AMERICAN HISTORY AND CULTURE - Supports a series of one-week residential, virtual, and combined format workshops across the nation to enhance how K-12 educators and higher education faculty and humanities professionals incorporate place-based approaches to humanities teaching and scholarship.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, public institutions of higher educationUp to $190,0002/12/25 (forecasted)$2,500,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYINSTITUTES FOR ADVANCED TOPICS IN THE DIGITAL HUMANITIES - Supports national or regional (multistate) training programs for scholars, humanities professionals, and advanced graduate students to broaden and extend their knowledge of digital humanities.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $250,0002/13/25 (forecasted)$850,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYRURAL RESIDENCY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT - Improves and expands access to health care in rural areas by developing new, sustainable rural residency programs, including rural track programs (RTPs), that are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACMGE), to address the physician workforce shortages and challenges faced by rural communities.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUnspecified2/19/24 (forecasted)$7,500,000
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Institute of Museum and Library ServicesYLAURA BUSH 21ST CENTURY LIBRARIAN PROGRAM (2025) - Supports projects that provide training and professional development to library and archives professionals; develop faculty and information leaders; and recruit, educate, and retain the next generation of library and archives professionals.Libraries, archives, parent organizations responsible for the administration of a library or archive$25,000 to $1,000,0003/10/2025$8,500,000
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Institute of Museum and Library ServicesYNATIONAL LEADERSHIP GRANTS FOR LIBRARIES (2025) - Enhances the quality of library services for the American public by addressing critical needs in the library and archives fields.Libraries, archives, parent organizations responsible for the administration of a library or archive$25,000-$1,000,0003/10/2025$11,500,000
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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 - Aims to strengthen organizational infrastructure 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, uninsured, and underserved people with HIV.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, tribal organizations, othersUnspecified3/18/25 (forecasted)$9,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYRURAL COMMUNITIES OPIOID RESPONSE PROGRAM - STIMULANT SUPPORT - Improves access to coordinated and comprehensive prevention, treatment, and recovery services for stimulant use disorder in rural areas.Nonprofits, state, local special district, and tribal governments, othersUp to $500,0003/19/25 (forecasted)$20,000,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease ControlYDEVELOPIING AND DISSEMINATING STRATEGIES TO BUILD SUSTAINABLE LUPUS AWARENESS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND PARTNERSHIPS - Aims to increase awareness, knowledge and skills among healthcare providers to appropriately recognize and address the signs and symptoms of lupus.Nonprofits, state and special district governments, institutions of higher education, for profit organizations$1,400,000-$1,800,0003/21/25 (forecasted)$17,500,000
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and FamiliesYTITLE V COMPETITIVE SEXUAL RISK AVOIDANCE EDUCATION - Funds projects to implement sexual risk avoidance education that teaches youth how to voluntarily refrain from sexual activity.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher education, tribal organizations, others$13,501-$450,0005/1/2025 (forecasted)$13,500,000
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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, Health Resources and Services AdministrationYRURAL MATERNITY AND OBSTETRICS MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES PROGRAM - Establishes or continues collaborative improvement and innovation networks to improve access to and delivery of maternity and obstetrics care in rural areas.Nonprofits, tribal governments and organizations, othersUnspecified5/13/25 (forecasted)$2,000,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYCULTURAL AND COMMUNITY RESILIENCE DISCRETIONARY - Supports community-based efforts to address the impacts of climate change and COVID-19 by safeguarding cultural resources and fostering cultural resilience through identifying, documenting, and/or collecting cultural heritage and community experiences.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $150,0005/20/25 (forecasted)$2,500,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYPRESERVATION AND ACCESS EDUCATION AND TRAINING - Supports training that develops 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 $350,0005/20/25 (forecasted)$2,700,000
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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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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 $400,0006/11/25 (forecasted)$1,500,000
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National Endowment for the HumanitiesYPUBLIC IMPACT PROJECTS AT SMALLER ORGANIZATIONS - Strengthens the capacity of small and mid-sized museums and cultural organizations to create and develop public humanities programming.Nonprofits, state, local, special district, and tribal governments, institutions of higher educationUp to $25,0006/11/25 (forecasted)$750,000
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Foreign Agriculture ServiceY2025 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR SPECIALTY CROPS PROGRAM - Seeks to remove, resolve, or mitigate existing or potential sanitary, phytosanitary, or technical barriers that prohibit or threaten the export of U.S. specialty crops.Government agencies, non–profit trade associations, universities, agricultural cooperatives, state regional trade groups, and private companiesUp to $500,0006/30/2025$9,000,000
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Foreign Agriculture ServiceY2025 QUALITY SAMPLES PROGRAM - Supports projects that provide commodity samples to potential foreign importers to promote a better understanding and appreciation for the high quality of U.S. agricultural commodities.Government agencies, non–profit trade associations, universities, agricultural cooperatives, state regional trade groups, profit–making entitiesUp to $2,500,0006/30/2025$2,500,000
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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Foreign Agriculture ServiceY2025 EMERGING MARKETS PROGRAM - Seeks to develop, maintain, or expand markets for exports of United States agricultural commodities and to promote cooperation and exchange of information between agricultural institutions and agribusinesses in the United States and emerging markets.Universities, trade associations, agricultural cooperatives, state regional trade groups, state departments of agriculture, federal agencies, for–profit entities, consulting businessesUp to $500,0006/30/2025$8,000,000
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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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Petco LoveNGRANTS - Supports animal welfare partners treating shelter pets for cancer, organizations dedicated to providing free services to communities in need, and animal welfare organizations impacted by disasters.Animal welfare organizationsUnspecifiedRolling
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American Legion Child Welfare FoundationNGRANTS - Seeks to contribute to the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual welfare of children and youth; to aid in research, programs, and activities that benefit the welfare of children and youth.Nonprofit, tax-exempt organizationsUnspecifiedUnspecified
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Borealis PhilanthropyNSPARK JUSTICE FUND: SAFETY & SECURITY RAPID RESPONSE FUND - Supports organizations addressing (1) emergency preparedness and response, (2) cybersecurity, or (3) crisis communication.501(c)(3) organizations, or organizations with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor$10,000-$25,000Rolling
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Rural Tech FundNASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY (AT) GRANTS - Seeks to fund Assistive Technology equipment to increase accessibility for students with disabilities in public schools and libraries.Unspecified$500-$2,500Rolling
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Rural Tech FundNRURAL TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION GRANTS - Aims to help spark student interest in technology-based careers like computer science, computer engineering, information technology, programming, cyber security, robotics, or similar areas.Unspecified$500-$2,500Rolling
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The Americana FoundationNAMERICAN HERITAGE PROGRAM - Supports projects and programs across the US that seek to broaden the inclusivity of early American art and the early American historical narrative to “tell the full story of” the American experience.501(c)(3) organizations, or organizations with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor, municipal government entities
Up to $50,000
Concept letters and grant requests accepted on a rolling basis
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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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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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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 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.501(c)(3) organizationsUp to $75,000LOIs 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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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-$10,000Unspecified
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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