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Deadline: 09/30/2014
Grants ranging from $100 to $500 to USA K-12 teachers to support creative and innovative classroom projects. The program is interested in funding the purchase of supplies or materials that students need to do such things as create a product, conduct an experiment, grow or tend living things,...
Deadline: 10/01/2014
Grants and in-kind donations to USA public and private schools and third through sixth grade classroom teachers seeking materials or financial assistance to implement an indoor or outdoor herb garden. Through these grants, four schools will be awarded indoor windowsill herb garden kits (three...
Deadline: 10/01/2014
Grants ranging from $250 to $5,000 to organizations that aim to build and sustain a high quality of life for those living in rural USA communities. The Foundation supports organizations and projects that fit into one or more of the following four grant categories: (A) Business development:...
Deadline: 10/01/2014
Grants ranging from $2,500 to $5,000 to USA practicing dental hygienists or groups of hygienists who are involved in community health projects and programs that improve the oral health of the community and provide oral health education. The program should enhance the public view of the professional...

Refugee/Immigrant Grants for Michigan

Grants to USA & International Non-Profits to Promote Biocultural Diversity in Particular Regions

Deadline: 08/31/2014
Grants typically starting at $50,000 to USA and international non-profit organizations that are working to preserve and promote biocultural diversity in the African Rift Valley, Central Asia, Northwest Mexico, and/or San Francisco Bay Area. These grants are intended to support initiatives...

Award to a USA or International Non-Profit for Programs that Alleviate Human Suffering

Deadline: 08/31/2014
Award to a USA or international non-profit organization for extraordinary and successful programs that have alleviated human suffering. The purpose of the Prize is to help recognize and advance the efforts of the recipient organizations, and to call attention to the worldwide need for humanitarian...

Grants to USA and International Member Volunteers' Charities of Choice

Deadline: 09/01/2014
Grants of up to $25,000 to USA and international charities designated by the funding source's members, who give their time to serve charitable causes in their own communities and worldwide. Funding will be provided in increments of $3,500 (maximum of 20 grants awarded), $5,000 (three grants...

Grants to USA & International Non-Profits for Programs that Serve Individuals & Families In-Need

Deadline: 09/01/2014
Grants to USA and international non-profit organizations that are endorsed by an individual member of the funding source Foundation. These grants are intended to support worthy charitable organizations that serve at-risk youth; the homeless; people with disabilities; the elderly; and other...

In-Kind Grants to USA & International Municipalities to Build Strength & Adaptability

Deadline: 09/10/2014
In-kind grants to USA and international municipalities for services and assistance in becoming stronger and better able to face the social, economic, and physical challenges of an increasingly urbanized world. The aim of the program is to increase the capacity of individuals, communities, institutions,...

Grants to USA Member Orchestras for Programs & Activities That Contribute to Civic & Cultural Life

Letter of Intent Due: 08/11/2014
Deadline: 10/15/2014
Grants ranging from $10,000 to $40,000 to USA member orchestras that are working to stimulate growth and excellence in education and community engagement. Letters of inquiry must be uploaded by August 11th. These grants are intended to support activities that ensure that orchestras remain...

Grants to USA Non-Profits Working to Foster Global Unity and Preserve World Cultures

Deadline: Ongoing
Grants of up to $35,000 will be awarded to USA non-profit organizations for a broad range of projects that help to make the world a better place to live. Eligible projects foster cooperation, understanding, and unity among peoples of all backgrounds, including programs that help preserve the...

Grants to Impact Public Policy on a Variety of Issues

Deadline: Ongoing
Grants to impact public policy in a variety of national and international issues. The goal of the foundation is to support policy changes to improve people's lives throughout the world. The purpose of this funding opportunity is to support the efforts of qualified organizations working to change...

Grants to Support NYC Urban Affairs, Education, Jewish Heritage & Israel, and Biomedical Research

Deadline: Ongoing
Grants will be awarded to non-profit organizations in the United States and Israel, with a particular emphasis on New York City, for a diverse range of projects in the areas of: urban affairs, strengthening Jewish heritage and Israel, biomedical research, and education through access to information....

Grants for Organizations Nationwide to Address Social and Environmental Issues

Deadline: Ongoing
Competitive grants of up to $15,000 are available to non-profit grassroots organizations nationwide and to organizations that provide technical and other assistance to these groups. Areas of interest for this opportunity are the environment, social justice, and sustainable food systems. Eligible...

Internship Program in Israel for Jewish Individuals from Abroad

Deadline: Ongoing
Internship opportunities are being provided in a variety of different areas to Jewish young adults from abroad to gain valuable work experience in Israel and explore the possibility of moving to Israel. Individuals with proven academic or work experience in a specific field will be set up with...

Grants to Improve the Lives of Rural and Disadvantaged Communities

Deadline: Ongoing
Individuals and companies in the consumer-based satellite video and broadband industry are eligible to apply for grants for programs and projects that benefit communities throughout the nation. The goal of the funding is to support activities that fill a particular need such as disaster relief...

Grants to Support Jewish Life and Community Grants to Support Democracy in Israel

Deadline: Ongoing
The funding agency is made up of a group of foundations. The foundations provide: grants that strengthen Jewish life, Israeli democracy, educational opportunity, health and mental health, and human rights; grants that promote educational opportunity, health, and human rights; grants that strengthen...

Grants for Projecs that Enhance the Lives of Korean Americans

Deadline: Ongoing
Grants of up to $5,000 are available to non-profits across the United States that develop and implement innovative projects that: address emerging advocacy needs in the Korean American community; engage both the Korean and non-Korean American communities on social justice issues; or explore...

Grants and Scholarships for Programs in Israel

Deadline: Ongoing
Grants and Scholarships ranging between $1,000 and $10,000 are available for Jewish young adults, throughout the world, to supplement travel costs to Israel as well as specific program fees. The amount of each award depends on the applicants country of origin, age, and the length of his/her...

Grants to Non-Profit Organizations for Programs that Meet Community Needs

Deadline: Ongoing
Grants ranging of up to $25,000 to non-profits across the United States with innovative programs that strengthen selected communities in the areas of: health and human services, hunger relief, education, and helping people with disabilities. The Foundation provides funding in three different...

Grants to Non-Profits in Multiple Countries for Local and Global Social Change Programs

Deadline: Ongoing
Grants are awarded on an ongoing basis to non-profit organizations in multiple countries for programming that creates lasting social changes in people's lives. Funds are given to innovative thinkers, leaders, and organizations that are working to reduce poverty and injustice and to promote...

Grants to USA & International Non-Profits & Others to Address the Needs of Low-Income College Students

Deadline: Ongoing
Grants to U.S. and international organizations and institutions that make their primary mission addressing the special challenges that low-income and underrepresented post-secondary students face. The purpose of these grants is to provide colleges and universities with the resources and financial...

Grants to U.S. Non-Profits for Economic, Cultural, Environmental, and Research Projects

Deadline: Ongoing
Grants are available to non-profits nationwide for environmental, economic, arts and culture, and research projects that help address some of society's most pressing needs and create meaningful change. Environmental grants fund projects in three priority areas that aim to transform how Americans...

Economic Development Grants for U.S. Universities, Municipalities, Tribes, Non-Profits, and Others

Deadline: Ongoing
Grants are available to municipalities, non-profit organizations, tribal organizations, universities, and other entities, including consortia, for programs that stimulate economic development in their communities or regions. Both planning programs and technical assistance programs will be funded....

Grants to U.S. Non-Profit & Government Entities to Assist Low-Income Postsecondary Students

Deadline: Ongoing
Grants to U.S. non-profits, international equivalents, and government entities that work to support and encourage postsecondary institutions to focus on the needs of low-income and underrepresented university students. The purpose of these grants is to supports efforts to give postsecondary...

Grants to Young USA Individuals for Positive Social Action Projects

Deadline: Ongoing
Grants to teams of young USA leaders who are supported by non-profit educational, charitable, or community based organizations to make positive social changes in their communities and around the world. These grants are intended to encourage young people to design and conduct meaningful social...

Grants to USA Non-Profits for Social, Environmental, & Economic Justice

Deadline: Ongoing
Grants generally ranging from $1,000 to $2,000 (and occasionally, up to $5,000) to USA non-profit organizations that are working on social, racial, economic, and environmental justice initiatives that address the needs and rights of low-income individuals, women, youth, and people of color....

Grants to USA Non-Profits for Arts, Science, Community, Workers' Rights & More

Deadline: Ongoing
Grants to USA non-profit organizations for activities that positively impact people around the world and their communities. The Foundation primarily supports programs that strengthen international understanding, foster workers' rights, empower underserved communities, nurture the arts and architecture,...

Grants to USA and Israel Non-Profits to Support Impoverished and At-Risk Populations

Deadline: Ongoing
Grants are available to non-profits in USA and Israel to assist poor and at-risk populations, and for activities that benefit these individuals in their communities. Awards will be made to support programs and organizations in the areas of seniors, workforce development, health and human services,...

Grants to USA Non-Profits in Multiple States for Programs to Enhance Residents' Quality of Life

Deadline: Ongoing
Grants are available for non-profits in Southern California, Central Tennessee, Central Mississippi, Dallas/Forth Worth, Texas, and Metropolitan Detroit, Michigan for programs that improve the quality of life for area residents. Funding and in-kind contributions will be provided to foster programming...

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Deadline: 09/10/2014
In-kind grants to USA and international municipalities for services and assistance in becoming stronger and better able to face the social, economic, and physical challenges of an increasingly urbanized world. The aim of the program is to increase the capacity of individuals, communities, institutions,...
Deadline: 09/13/2014
Grants averaging $40,000 to USA non-profit organizations for programs that serve unmet needs of low-income, underserved populations in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, Missouri, Nebraska,...
Deadline: 09/30/2014
An opportunity is available to USA vendors of unprocessed fruits and vegetables, in up to eight states, to be eligible to solicit an approved vendor who uses federal school lunch program entitlement funds. Priority will be given to growers based on the quantity and variety of their produce,...
Deadline: 09/30/2014
Grants of $15,000 in seed money to USA individuals ages 21 and older seeking financial support for either new product ideas or existing small business ventures that are original and designed to help make life easier for parents so that they can better enjoy everyday moments with their little...
Deadline: Ongoing
Grants to USA fire/disaster victims, non-profit educational groups, volunteer and paid fire departments and community organizations for fire and medical equipment, and fire prevention and education programs. Funds are available for ongoing or one time programs and/or equipment purchase. The...
Deadline: Ongoing
Grants to USA educators and program administrators to provide low-income students with a wide range of high quality books and materials. Educators will receive access to large discounts on a wide range of literacy material in order to elevate the quality of literacy programs, enable teachers...


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