California Consulting Releases Municipal Grants for June 2022

California's largest grant-writing firm, California Consulting, has released the following municipal grants for June 2022. Learn more at CaliforniaConsulting.com

UPCOMING FUNDING (ALL CATEGORIES)

U.S. Department of Justice: FY 2021 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program

Deadline: TBD (previous deadline was August 9, 2021) Amount: See solicitation for allocation amounts

Match: No

Eligibility: Units of local government

2021 Solicitation: https://bja.ojp.gov/funding/opportunities/o-bja-2021- 135004?utm_campaign=fundingnewsandresources&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery Program overview: https://bja.ojp.gov/program/jag/overview

Program focused on advancing work that promotes civil rights, increases access to justice, supports crime victims, protects the public from crime and evolving threats, and builds trust between law enforcement and the community. JAG funds awarded may be used to hire additional personnel and/or purchase equipment, supplies, contractual support, training, technical assistance, and information systems for criminal justice.

 

California Department of Parks and Recreation: Outdoor Equity Grant Program (Round 2)

Deadline: TBD – Previous deadline was October 8, 2021 Amount: $20,000 to $700,000

Match: No

Eligibility: All Public Agencies (local, state, and federal government, school districts and educational agencies, joint powers authorities, open-space authorities, regional open-space districts, and other relevant public agencies); Nonprofits (501c3 organizations)

https://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=30443

The Outdoor Equity Grants Program (OEP) will increase the ability of residents in low income urban and rural communities to participate in outdoor experiences at state parks and other public lands. OEP grants will improve the health and wellness of Californians by connecting underserved communities to natural areas throughout California.

 

CalRecycle: Tire-Derived Aggregate (TDA) Grant Program

Deadline: August 17, 2022, and December 7, 2022 (Application window not open yet) Amount: Up to $350,000 (based on previous round)

Eligibility: Cities, counties, special districts, state agencies, qualifying Indian tribes, private for-profit entities https://calrecycle.ca.gov/Tires/Grants/TDA/

The Tire-Derived Aggregate (TDA) Grant Program provides assistance to civil engineers in solving a variety of engineering challenges. TDA, which is produced from shredded tires, is lightweight, free-draining, and a less expensive alternative to conventional lightweight aggregates.

 

U.S. Department of Transportation/California Energy Commission: Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Funding (Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act)

Deadline: TBD

Amount: $7.5 billion for entire program Match: Yes - 20% cost share required Eligibility: TBD

https://www.energy.ca.gov/funding-opportunities/solicitations

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law includes a $7.5 billion investment in electric vehicle charging to help build out a national network of 500,000 electric vehicle

chargers. This investment will make electric vehicles accessible to all Americans, create good-paying jobs across the country, and ensure a convenient, reliable, affordable, and equitable charging experience for all users. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law provides funding for deployment of electric vehicle chargers along highway corridors to facilitate long-distance travel and within communities to provide convenient charging where people live, work, and shop.

 

Caltrans: Local Roadway Safety Plan (LRSP)

Deadline: Application window currently closed. Will reopen when additional funding is available. Amount: Based on population, centerline miles and lane miles. Maximum amount is $72,000.

Match: The LRSP funds must be no more than 90% of the total project cost.

Eligibility: Local agencies

https://dot.ca.gov/programs/local-assistance/fed-and-state-programs/highway-safety-improvement- program/local-roadway-safety-plans

A Local Road Safety Plan (LRSP) can be a means for providing local and rural road owners with an opportunity to address unique highway safety needs in their jurisdictions while contributing to the success of the SHSP. The process of preparing an LRSP creates a framework to systematically identify and analyze safety problems and recommend safety improvements. Preparing an LRSP facilitates the development of local agency partnerships and collaboration, resulting in a prioritized list of improvements and actions that can demonstrate a defined need and contribute to the statewide plan. The LRSP offers a proactive approach to addressing safety needs and demonstrates agency responsiveness to safety challenges. An LRSP provides a framework for organizing stakeholders to identify, analyze, and prioritize roadway safety improvements on local and rural roads. The process of developing an LRSP can be tailored to local protocols, needs, and issues.

 

U.S. Department of Transportation: Transit-Oriented Development Planning

Deadline: TBD. May release.

Amount: $13 million for entire program Match: Unknown

Eligibility: State and local government

https://www.transportation.gov/bipartisan-infrastructure-law/upcoming-notice-funding-opportunity- announcements-2022

Grants are available to assist in financing comprehensive or site-specific planning associated with eligible projects that seek to:

  • Enhance economic development, ridership, and other goals established during the project development and engineering processes
  • Facilitate multimodal connectivity and accessibility
  • Increase access to transit hubs for pedestrian and bicycle traffic
  • Enable mixed-use development
  • Identify infrastructure needs associated with the eligible project
  • Include private sector participation

 

U.S. Department of Transportation: Natural Gas Distribution Infrastructure Safety and Modernization Grants

Deadline: TBD Amount: TBD Match: TBD Eligibility: TBD

https://www.phmsa.dot.gov/grants/pipeline/natural-gas-distribution-infrastructure-safety-and-modernization- grants

The grant funding is to be made available to a municipality or community owned utility (not including for-profit entities) to repair, rehabilitate, or replace its natural gas distribution pipeline systems or portions thereof or to acquire equipment to (1) reduce incidents and fatalities and (2) to avoid economic losses.

 

U.S. Department of Transportation: New Bridge Investment Program (Federal Highway Administration)

Deadline: TBD. Set to be released May 2022. Amount: TBD

Match: TBD

Eligibility: States, MPOs, local government, special districts, tribal governments https://www.transportation.gov/bipartisan-infrastructure-law/upcoming-notice-funding-opportunity- announcements-2022

Improve bridge (and culvert) condition, safety, efficiency, and reliability. Eligible Projects:

  • Project to replace, rehabilitate, preserve or protect one or more
  • bridges on the National Bridge Inventory
  • Project to replace or rehabilitate culverts to improve flood control and
  • improve habitat connectivity for aquatic species

 

U.S. Department of Transportation: All Stations Accessibility Program

Deadline: TBD. Set to be released July 2022. Amount: $350 million for entire program.

Match: TBD

Eligibility: States and local government

https://www.transit.dot.gov/funding/grants/fact-sheet-all-stations-accessibility-program Eligible Activities:

  • Projects to repair, improve, modify, retrofit, or relocate infrastructure of legacy stations or facilities for passenger use, including loadbearing members that are an essential part of the structural frame, to meet or exceed current ADA standards for buildings and facilities; or
  • Planning related to pursuing public transportation accessibility projects, assessments of accessibility, or assessments of planned modifications to legacy stations or facilities for passenger use.

 

U.S. Department of Transportation: State of Good Repair and Rail Vehicle Replacement Program

Deadline: TBD. Set to be released July 2022. Amount: TBD

Match: TBD

Eligibility: State and local government

https://www.transit.dot.gov/funding/grants/fact-sheet-state-good-repair-and-rail-vehicle-replacement-program This program provides financial assistance to transit agencies that operate fixed-guideway and high-intensity motorbus systems for the maintenance, replacement, and rehabilitation of capital assets, including competitive grants for rail rolling stock, as well as for the development and implementation of transit asset management plans. These funds reflect a commitment to ensuring that public transportation operates safely, efficiently, reliably, and sustainably so communities can offer balanced transportation choices that help to improve mobility, reduce congestion, and encourage economic development.

 

U.S. Department of Transportation: Consolidated Rail Infrastructure & Safety Improvements Grant

Deadline: TBD. Set to be released August 2022. Amount: TBD

Match: TBD

Eligibility: States and public agencies. (See additional eligibility information) https://railroads.dot.gov/grants-loans/competitive-discretionary-grant-programs/competitive-discretionary- grant-programs

Eligible projects:

  • Wide range of capital projects – such as track, station and equipment improvements, congestion mitigation, grade crossings, and track relocation, and deployment of railroad safety technology.
  • Regional rail and Corridor service development plans and corresponding
  • environmental analyses.
  • Safety programs and institutes, including workforce development and training activities.
  • NEW Measures that prevent trespassing and injuries and fatalities associated with trespassing.
  • NEW Research, development, and testing to advance innovative rail projects.
  • NEW The preparation of emergency plans for communities through which hazardous materials are transported by rail.
  • NEW Rehabilitation, remanufacturing, procuring, or overhauling locomotives, provided that such activities result in a significant reduction of emissions.

 

U.S. Department of Transportation: Strengthening Mobility and Revolutionizing Transportation (SMART)

Deadline: TBD. Set to be released September 2022. Amount: TBD. $500 million for entire program Match: TBD

Eligibility: (A) A State; (B) a political subdivision of a State; (C) a Tribal government; (D) a public transit agency or authority; (E) a public toll authority; (F) a metropolitan planning organization; and (G) a group of 2 or more eligible entities described

https://www.transportation.gov/bipartisan-infrastructure-law/upcoming-notice-funding-opportunity- announcements-2022

The Office of the Secretary's Strengthening Mobility and Revolutionizing Transportation Grant program provides supplemental funding grants to rural, midsized, and large communities to conduct demonstration projects focused on advanced smart city or community technologies and systems in a variety of communities to improve transportation efficiency and safety.

 

U.S. Department of Transportation: Reconnecting Communities Pilot Program

Deadline: TBD

Amount: TBD. $1 billion for entire program. Match: TBD

Eligibility: Owner of an eligible facility (may partner with any of the eligible entities for a planning grant) https://www.transportation.gov/bipartisan-infrastructure-law/upcoming-notice-funding-opportunity- announcements-2022

Reconnecting Communities Pilot Program will restore community connectivity by removing, retrofitting, or mitigating highways or other transportation facilities that create barriers to community connectivity, including to mobility, access, or economic development.

 

U.S. Department of Agriculture: RD Distance Learning & Telemedicine Grant Program (TECHNOLOGY)

Deadline: Next Round TBA; Expected late Fall 2022 Amount: $50,000 to $1 million

Match: Minimum 15% match from a local source is required

Eligibility: Local government entities, nonprofits, for-profits and tribal governments https://www.rd.usda.gov/programs-services/telecommunications-programs/distance-learning-telemedicine- grants

This grant program helps rural communities acquire the technology and training necessary to connect educational and medical professionals with students, teachers, and patients in rural areas. The intent of the DLT program is to benefit rural areas with populations of 20,000 or less. Funds can be used for Audio video equipment, Broadband, hardware, network components and software, and acquisition of technical assistance.

 

California Housing and Development Department: Veterans Housing and Homelessness Prevention Program (Round 7)

Deadline: TBD (Scheduled Release: March 2022) Not released as of 6/1/22

Amount: (LOAN PROGRAM) Maximum is $15 million

Eligibility: Public and private entities. A Sponsor is the Applicant for the award, the entity that HCD relies upon for experience and capacity, and which controls the Project during development and occupancy (See NOFO for details)

https://hcd.ca.gov/grants-funding/active-funding/vhhp.shtml#funding

This funding provides loans to public or private entities for the development of multifamily affordable rental housing, permanent Supportive Housing (SH) and Transitional Housing (TH) for Veterans and their families.

 

California Department of Housing and Community Development: Joe Serna Jr. Farmworker Housing Grant Program

Deadline: TBD (Scheduled Release: March 2022) Not released as of 6/1/22

Amount: Up to $10 million depending on project (See NOFA)

Eligibility: Local government agencies, nonprofit corporations, cooperative housing corporations, limited partnerships where all the general partners are nonprofit mutual or public benefit corporations, and federally- recognized Indian tribes

https://www.hcd.ca.gov/grants-funding/active-funding/fwhg.shtml#funding

Finance the new construction, rehabilitation, and acquisition of owner-occupied and rental units for agricultural workers, with a priority for lower income households. Eligible activities include: Activities incurring costs in the development of homeowner or rental housing for agricultural workers, including land acquisition, site development, construction, rehabilitation, design services, operating and replacement reserves, repayment of predevelopment loans, provision of access for the elderly or disabled, relocation, homeowner counseling, and other reasonable and necessary costs.

 

California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD): CalHOME Program - Disaster Assistance (LOAN PROGRAM)

Deadline: TBD (Scheduled Release: August 2022)

Amount: See NOFA for details on loan limits

Eligibility: Local jurisdictions, tribal entities and nonprofit organizations in counties impacted by 2017, 2018, and 2020 disasters included in six Federal Disaster Declarations.

https://www.hcd.ca.gov/grants-funding/active-no-funding/calhome.shtml The following are eligible activities within the CalHome program:

  • First-Time Homebuyer Mortgage Assistance
  • Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation Assistance
  • Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU) or Junior Accessory Dwelling Units (JADU) Assistance
  • Technical Assistance for Self-Help Housing Projects
  • Technical Assistance for Shared Housing Programs
  • Homeownership Development Project Loans

 

California Department of Housing and Community Development: Joe Serna Jr. Farmworker Housing Grant Program

Deadline: TBD (Scheduled Release: August 2022)

Amount: Up to $10 million depending on project (See NOFA)

Eligibility: Local government agencies, nonprofit corporations, cooperative housing corporations, limited partnerships where all the general partners are nonprofit mutual or public benefit corporations, and federally- recognized Indian tribes

https://www.hcd.ca.gov/grants-funding/active-funding/fwhg.shtml#funding

Finance the new construction, rehabilitation, and acquisition of owner-occupied and rental units for agricultural workers, with a priority for lower income households. Eligible activities include: Activities incurring costs in the development of homeowner or rental housing for agricultural workers, including land acquisition, site development, construction, rehabilitation, design services, operating and replacement reserves, repayment of predevelopment loans, provision of access for the elderly or disabled, relocation, homeowner counseling, and other reasonable and necessary costs.

 

California Strategic Growth Council and California Department of Housing and Community Development: Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program (Round 7) Deadline: TBD (Scheduled Release: October 2022)

Amount: The maximum AHSC program loan or grant award, or combination thereof, is $30 million, with a minimum award of at least $1 million.

Eligibility: A Locality, public housing authority, redevelopment successor agency, transit agency or transit operator, Regional Transportation Planning Agency (RTPA), local Transportation Commission, Congestion Management Agency, Joint Powers Authority (JPA), school district, facilities district, University or Community College District. Federally recognized Indian Tribe.

https://sgc.ca.gov/programs/ahsc/ https://sgc.ca.gov/programs/ahsc/resources/

These AHSC program funds will be used for loans or grants, or a combination thereof, to projects that will achieve GHG emissions reductions to benefit all California communities, particularly through increasing accessibility to affordable housing and key destinations via low-carbon transportation, resulting in fewer vehicle miles traveled (VMT) through shortened or reduced trip length or mode shift from Single Occupancy Vehicle (SOV) use to transit, bicycling or walking. Eligible projects must fall into one of the following three eligible Project Area types: · Transit Oriented Development Project Area type (TOD) · Integrated Connectivity Project Area type (ICP), or · Rural Innovation Project Area type (RIPA)

 

CalRecycle: Beverage Container Recycling Grant Program

Deadline: TBD - Previous round deadline was December 1, 2020 Not released as of 6/1/22

Amount: $75,000 to $250,000

Eligibility: Local government agencies, cities, counties, regional programs, public colleges and universities, public school districts, non-profit organizations, and qualifying Indian Tribes

https://www.calrecycle.ca.gov/BevContainer/Grants/BevContainer

CalRecycle is seeking projects that implement new or enhance existing programs to provide convenient beverage container recycling opportunities in various locations statewide.

Eligible Projects:

  • Multi-family residential dwellings (five units or more).
  • Public colleges/universities, non-profit colleges/universities, and public K–12 school districts.
  • Curbside Residential Program locations (excluding single stream).
  • Community events including, but not limit to, those sponsored by local jurisdictions.
  • Parks/recreational areas.
  • Purchase of water refill stations, including the installation, education & outreach, or replacement of infrastructure, plumbing, maintenance, additional attachments or modifications.

 

San Joaquin Council of Governments: Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ)

Deadline: TBD. Not released as of 6/1/22

Amount: Up to $100,000 Match: No

Eligibility: Public agencies. A private agency or a non-profit agency can submit a CMAQ project only if it establishes a partnership with a public agency.

https://www.sjcog.org/291/5293/Congestion-Mitigation-Air-Quality-CMAQ Eligible projects for CMAQ include but are not limited to:

  • Transit Vehicle Engine Retrofits and Vehicle Replacements
  • Street Sweeper and School Bus Engine Retrofits and Vehicle Replacements
  • Transit Service Improvements
  • Traffic Flow Improvements
  • Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements

 

County of Los Angeles: Innovation Fund for Local Cities Combating Homelessness (Measure H Funding)

Deadline: TBD – July 13, 2022 (Vote by Board of Supervisors on Final Recommendations) Amount: $6 million for LA County total – see details for allocation based on COG

Eligibility: Cities within the COGS of Antelope Valley, Gateway Cities, Las Virgenes-Malibu, San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, Southbay Cities and Westside Cities

https://homeless.lacounty.gov/measure-h-public-comment/

Summary: County Board of Supervisors allocated $6M to the Councils of Governments to conduct a regional process to determine how to utilize the Innovation Funding, provided that the funding will be used for activities that align with Homeless Initiative strategies and fall within Priority Areas 1 and 2 (Increase the supply of permanent and interim housing for people experiencing homelessness; and enhancing County service systems for those experiencing and/or at-risk of homelessness. Please reach out to Gilbert Saldate, Homeless Manager, Gateway COG.

 

COVID-19 FUNDING

School-Based Healthcare Solutions Network: Student Support Recovery Grant Deadline: Reviewed on first come, first-served basis until funding is no longer available Amount: Up to $250,000

Eligibility: LEAs, charter school management companies, public schools, charter schools and private schools https://www.sbhsnetwork.com/student-support-recovery-grant

The SBHSN Student Support Recovery Grant is accepting applications from local education agencies (LEAs), charter school management companies, public schools, charter schools, and private schools throughout the U.S. to help them implement telehealth mental health program services for children impacted by short and long-term school closures.

 

Banfield Foundation: COVID-19 Respond Grants

Deadline: Application open now – decision in approximately two weeks (no deadline specified) Amount: Up to $10,000

Eligibility: 501c3 organizations, local/state government agencies or veterinary school https://www.banfield.com/banfield-foundation/programs

Funding can be an be used for any type of veterinary care in support of low-income or financially strained families. We prioritize our funding for programs that assist income-qualified pet owners, have a maximum award per pet and/or per family, and help companion animals (we do not fund equine/livestock assistance programs).

 

National Geographic: COVID-19 Remote Learning Emergency Fund for Educators

Deadline: Continuous Amount: $1,000 to $8,000

Eligibility: K-12 teaching professionals worldwide who work directly with students in the classroom are eligible to apply. Priority is given to educators working in communities that have been particularly hard hit by the pandemic.

https://www.nationalgeographic.org/funding-opportunities/grants/what-we-fund/covid-19-emergency-fund- educators/

National Geographic's COVID-19 Remote Learning Emergency Fund for Educators supports individual educators, or individual educators working in collaboration with other educators or National Geographic Explorers, to design instructional resources that help educators effectively teach in remote or hybrid learning environments. Grants are provided in the subject areas of science, social studies, and geography.

 

City of Los Angeles: Small Business Emergency Microloan Program

Deadline: None

Amount: $5,000 to $20,000

Terms: 0% up to 18 months; 3% up to 5 years; 2% up to 5 years (for tax-exempt businesses)

Eligibility: Small businesses in City of Los Angeles. Primary business operation must be physically located in a commercial–use building within City of Los Angeles boundaries https://ewddlacity.com/index.php/microloan-program

The Small Business Emergency Microloan Program provides financing needed to strengthen small business enterprises in this time of acute need that have been affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.

 

The Community Foundation San Luis Obispo County: Disaster Support Fund

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits in SLO County https://www.cfsloco.org/

The Community Foundation San Luis Obispo County’s Disaster Support Fund seeks to partner with nonprofit organizations whose mission is to serve the community’s most vulnerable populations (homeless, food- insecure, low-income residents, and farm workers) with basic needs (food, shelter, transportation, etc.) and have a broad reach in serving the community.

 

Ventura County Community Foundation: Ventura County Rapid Response

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified

https://vccf.org/ventura-county-community-foundation-response-to-covid-19/

The Ventura County Rapid Response Fund will support nonprofit organizations throughout Ventura County who are addressing the needs of individuals and families with food and housing support, childcare, wage replacement, mental health care, and more.

 

Banfield Foundation: COVID-19 Rebuild Grants

Deadline: Not specified Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: 501c3 organizations, local/state government agencies or veterinary school https://www.banfield.com/banfield-foundation/programs

Once immediate COVID-19 impact has subsided, COVID-19 Rebuild Grants will become available beginning June 1, 2020 to assist impacted organizations as they recover and resume normal operations in caring for owned and/or shelter pets. This grant can be used to fund medications, supplies, equipment, or provide support for additional medical teams.

 

Circle for Justice Innovations: Strategic Opportunities Support Rapid Response Fund

Deadline: Rolling basis Amount: $2,500 to $5,000 Eligibility: 501c3 organizations

https://www.cjifund.org/apply-for-grants

The Strategic Opportunities Support (SOS) Rapid Response Fund has always provided flexible and immediate funding to organizations responding to changing political landscapes and working to build collective power at critical junctures. Grants of $2,500 to $5,000 currently support organizing that responds to opportunities or dangers affecting the health, safety, or human rights of incarcerated and directly impacted people based on COVID-19 policies or practices.

 

Bloomberg Philanthropies: Coronavirus Local Response Initiative

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified Eligibility: All U.S. Cities

https://www.bloomberg.org/program/public-health/coronavirus-response/#coronavirus-global-response- initiative

Bloomberg Philanthropies has launched the Coronavirus Local Response Initiative to help American mayors respond to the rapidly evolving Coronavirus. Bloomberg Philanthropies will work with partners to identify the needs and lessons learned from cities experiencing the outbreak in real time, which can then be shared with additional cities eager to get ahead of the virus' spread. With public health expertise from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, the network will provide mayors with the most up-to-date information on the virus from the Centers for Disease Control and help them understand and act on the most relevant and accurate information available. Mayors will convene virtually and receive coaching on crisis leadership and crisis communications.

 

Kern Community Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: $5,000 to $30,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits and government agencies in Kern County http://www.kernfoundation.org/nonprofits/available-grants/

Grants of up to $30,000 to California nonprofit organizations and government agencies in eligible locations to help local residents who are affected by COVID-19/Coronavirus. Funding is intended for operating support to address the immediate and longer-term needs of vulnerable residents who are impacted by the health crisis.

 

No Kid Hungry

Deadline: Ongoing

NOTE: * Due to the overwhelming interest in grant support and limited funding availability, unfortunately, we are no longer able to accept Grant Inquiries at this time.

Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Local school districts and nonprofits https://www.nokidhungry.org/coronavirus-grant-request

Grants to USA nonprofit organizations and local school districts to provide healthy food to children during the coronavirus pandemic. Funding is intended to assist low-income families that normally rely on school meal programs to supplement their children's nutrition.

 

San Francisco Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: $3,000 to $25,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits located in the five-county Bay Area: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo.

https://sff.org/for-nonprofits-apply-for-a-grant-from-the-sff-covid-19-emergency-response-fund/

Grants of up to $25,000 to California nonprofit organizations in eligible counties for services that benefit local residents and communities impacted by COVID-19. Funding is intended for programs and activities within the focus areas of racial bias, worker protection, homelessness and renter protection, and housing and food security.

 

School Based Healthcare Solutions Network

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Up to $200,000

Eligibility: Local education agency, charter school, charter school management company, private school. See website for further eligibility requirements.

https://www.sbhsnetwork.com/student-support-recovery-grant

Funding is intended to ensure children receive mental health services despite school closures due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) This program will support long-distance mental health services through telecommunication technologies. SBHSN is accepting applications to implement Telehealth mental health program services for children impacted by short and long-term school closures. Telehealth is the distribution of health-related services and information via electronic information and telecommunication technologies. It allows long-distance patient and clinician contact, care, advice, reminders, education, intervention, monitoring, and remote admissions. The purpose of this program is to promote a collaborative and integrated approach amongst the education and healthcare community to ensure students succeed academically, socially, and emotionally while confined to home learning mandates during the nation’s current national emergency. Funding will initially support the coordination of behavioral health services utilizing Telehealth technology by licensed mental health professionals who will also coordinate academic-support activities in collaboration with school district designated program personnel. Once schools reopen, the funding will support the placement of a mental health professional on school campuses.

 

Charitable Ventures

Deadline: Ongoing

Amount: - Community Clinic Grants: Grant amounts will range from $10,000 to $25,000

  • Emergency Grants to Individuals: Grant amounts will range from $10,000 to $12,000
  • Emergency Grants for Nonprofits: Grant amounts will range from $25,000 to $50,000

Eligibility: nonprofit organizations, community clinics, and community-based organizations in Orange County https://charitableventuresoc.org/resiliencefund/

Funding is intended to support vulnerable communities that have been affected by the coronavirus outbreak. Eligible organizations are those providing services to Orange County residents.

The OC Community Resilience Fund will provide three types of grants to community providers:

  • Funding to support community clinic operations for the purpose of providing preventative and medical services to those affected by COVID-19.
  • Funding to support emergency grants to individuals affected by COVID-19 due to quarantine, business closures and/or lay-offs, school or other community program closures and/or lay-offs.
  • Funding to support community-based organization operations for nonprofits serving vulnerable populations and who can present a clear case of direct impact due to the medical or economic effects impact of the pandemic. Support may also be given to nonprofits who have seen detrimental impacts on their fiscal and administrative operation as a result of a loss of revenue, fundraising, or staffing.

Nonprofits seeking funding must be able to demonstrate their capacity to serve Orange County’s most vulnerable and marginalized communities.

 

Sacramento Region Community Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: $2,500 to $10,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits in Sacramento Region: El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, and Yolo Counties https://www.sacregcf.org/nonprofits/foundation-directed-grantmaking/grants-calendar-and- registry/sacramento-region-disaster-relief-fund/

Grants of up to $10,000 to California nonprofit organizations in eligible counties to address urgent needs due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Funding is intended to help organizations provide direct assistance and basic needs to vulnerable populations. Grant funds may also be used for organizational support needs due to increased demand, lost revenue, and other acute challenges due to coronavirus.

 

The San Diego Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits serving low-income or low-wage populations in San Diego County https://www.sdfoundation.org/programs/programs-and-funds/san-diego-covid-19-community-response-fund/ Grants to California nonprofit organizations in eligible regions to support local communities impacted by the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic and its economic consequences. Funding is intended for programs within the focus areas of food security, other essential living expenses, emergent needs, rent and utility payment support, and interest-free loans for nonprofit organizations.

 

ASPCA

Deadline: Ongoing

Amount: $25,000 to $50,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits and government agencies https://www.aspcapro.org/grant/2020/03/23/aspca-covid-19-emergency-relief-request-proposals

Grants are to assist animal welfare organizations impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Funding is intended for operating and program expenses of organizations facing difficulties due to the crisis. Funding may be requested for general operating expenses to mitigate crisis-related reductions in revenue (from programs, fundraising or other sources) or for program expenses to support new programs or modifications to existing programs to address the impact of COVID-19 on the organization and/or community.

 

Sempra Energy Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: $500 to $50,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits in California, Texas or Louisiana where Sempra operates https://www.sempraenergyfoundation.org/pages/areas-of-giving/health-and-safety.shtml

Grants of up to $50,000 to California, Texas, and Louisiana nonprofit organizations serving people and families in eligible regions that have been impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Funding is intended for the health, education, welfare, and social services needs of individuals and families significantly affected by the virus. Organizations must provide services in the areas of the U.S. where Sempra Energy and its family of companies operate.

This could include:

  • Support for an increase in the volume of services being provided to clients as a result of the pandemic (e.g., meals for homebound seniors; meals or other supplies for those who are sheltering in place due to age or medical conditions; medical or other necessary supplies for those servicing increasing volumes of sick people, etc.);
  • Support for unexpected expenses associated with fulfilling these services (e.g., the hiring of additional workers or drivers; the increased purchasing of meal ingredients or necessary medical supplies); and/or
  • Support to help sustain basic operations and services to people and families impacted by COVID-19 amid the pandemic-related cancellation of major fundraisers that would have otherwise sustained operations.

 

United Way of Santa Barbara County, Santa Barbara Foundation and Hutton Parker Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Up to $25,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits and individuals in Santa Barbara County https://www.unitedwaysb.org/covid-19-response-grants

Grants to California nonprofit organizations and individuals in eligible locations for support due to the COVID- 19/Coronavirus pandemic. Funding is intended to provide assistance to individuals and families, as well as to organizations actively engaged in assistance efforts for members of the community affected by the current health crisis.

 

El Dorado Community Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits and agencies located in Western Slope of El Dorado County https://eldoradocf.org/coronavirus-relief-fund-apply-for-support/

Grants to California nonprofit organizations, agencies, and individuals in eligible locations to address basic human needs resulting from the COVID-19/Coronavirus health crisis. Funding is intended to support basic needs, such as food, water, shelter and clothing, which are a direct result of sheltering in place or the inability to work or receive pay due to the pandemic. Financial assistance is available to residents on the western slope of El Dorado County. Grants will support food delivery, emergency assistance, essential needs, child support, older adult services, and more.

 

U.S. Department of Labor: National Dislocated Worker Grants Program Guidance

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: $150,000 to $25 million Match: No

Eligibility: Eligibility varies depending upon the type of National Dislocated Worker Grant requested. See guidelines for details.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=325616

The Department funds two types of DWGs: Disaster Recovery and Employment Recovery. Disaster Recovery DWGs provide funding to create temporary employment opportunities to assist with clean-up and recovery efforts when an area impacted by an emergency or major disaster is declared eligible for public assistance FEMA or is declared as an emergency or disaster of national significance. Employment Recovery DWGs temporarily expand capacity to serve dislocated workers and to meet the increased demand for employment and training services following a qualifying event.

 

PROPOSITION 68 FUNDING

 

Wildlife Conservation Board: Lower American River Conservancy Program (Proposition 68) Deadline: WCB will solicit grant proposals with the release of a solicitation, which will provide the solicitation schedule, and scoring criteria specific to the solicitation. It is expected that solicitations will be made once a year, at a minimum.

UPDATE: Due to the circumstances regarding the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), the Wildlife Conservation Board is postponing the release of the 2020 Proposal Solicitation Notice for the Lower American River Conservancy Program until further notice. The Consultation Announcement (PDF) has been updated. The consultation period will remain open until further notice – please contact WCB staff (contact information provided in the announcement).

Amount: TBD

Eligibility: Local agencies and nonprofit organizations with projects improving and enhancing lands within and adjacent to the American River Parkway.

https://wcb.ca.gov/Programs/Lower-American-River

The Program was created to provide a state partner to work cooperatively with local agencies, particularly the County of Sacramento in its role as the Parkway Manager, and nonprofit organizations to help fund projects and provide grants to restore, enhance, interpret, protect, and improve public access to the American River Parkway’s natural, recreational, educational, and cultural resources.

 

Sierra Nevada Conservancy: Sierra Nevada Watershed Improvement Program (Proposition 68) Deadline: Concept proposals are accepted on a continuous basis and considered quarterly. Applicants may be directed to submit a full proposal.

Amount: $25 million for entire program

Eligibility: Public agencies, 501c3 nonprofit organizations, federally recognized Indian tribal governments located within a conifer or mixed-conifer forested area of the Sierra Nevada Region https://sierranevada.ca.gov/grants-and-funding-sources/applying-for-a-grant/

The Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014 and the California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access for All Act of 2018 allocate funding to the Conservancy for a competitive grant program supporting forest health projects that result in multiple watershed benefits.

 

INFRASTRUCTURE & FACILITIES FUNDING

California Housing and Community Development: Infill Infrastructure Grant Program (IIG) Deadline: June 28, 2022

Amount: For Qualifying Infill Projects, the minimum grant award is $1 million ($500,000 for rural areas) with a maximum of $7.5 million.

Eligibility: Non-profit or for-profit developers are required applicants, either solely or as a joint applicant with a Locality or public housing authority with jurisdiction over the area in which the Qualifying Infill Project is located. Public agencies are not eligible as sole applicants for Qualifying Infill Projects. http://www.hcd.ca.gov/grants-funding/active-funding/iigp.shtml

Summary: Funded by Proposition (Prop 1C) 1C, the Housing and Emergency Shelter Trust Fund Act of 2006, the primary goal is to promote infill housing development. By providing financial assistance, IIG supports infrastructure improvements to facilitate new infill housing development. IIG serves to aid in new construction and rehabilitation of infrastructure that supports higher-density affordable and mixed-income housing in locations designated as infill. Infill project sites must have been previously developed, or largely surrounded by development. IIG is grant assistance, available as gap funding to infrastructure improvements required for specific residential or mixed-use infill development. Funds will be allocated through a competitive process, based on the merits of the individual infill projects and areas. Some of the application selection criteria includes housing density, project readiness, access to transit, proximity to amenities, and housing affordability.

 

California Statewide Communities Development Authority: Statewide Community Infrastructure Program (SCIP)

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: Varies. Financing is for low interest, tax-exempt bonds.

Eligibility: Public agencies

http://cscda.org/Apply-Online/Statewide-Community-Infrastructure-Program

In response to the increasing local agency staff time and budget pressures caused by new commercial, industrial or residential development, CSCDA offers the Statewide Community Infrastructure Program (“SCIP”).

 

USDA Rural Development: Community Facilities Grants & Loans

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: Varies by population & income (typically no larger than $30,000) Match: Varies by population & income (60% - 80%)

Eligibility: Public bodies (including cities, counties, and local educational agencies); Community-based non- profit corporations; Federally-recognized Tribes

http://www.rurdev.usda.gov/CA-CFPrograms.html

Community Facilities Programs provides grants to assist in the development of essential community facilities in rural areas and towns of up to 20,000 in population. Grants are authorized on a graduated scale.

Applicants located in small communities with low populations and low incomes will receive a higher percentage of grants. Examples of essential community facilities include:

  • Health care facilities such as hospitals, medical clinics, dental clinics, nursing homes or assisted living facilities
  • Public facilities such as town halls, courthouses, airport hangars or street improvements
  • Community support services such as childcare centers, community centers, fairgrounds or transitional housing
  • Public safety services such as fire departments, police stations, prisons, police vehicles, fire trucks, public works vehicles or equipment
  • Educational services such as museums, libraries or private schools
  • Utility services such as telemedicine or distance learning equipment
  • Local food systems such as community gardens, food pantries, community kitchens, food banks, food hubs or greenhouses

 

WATER, WASTE & ENERGY FUNDING

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation: WaterSMART Drought Response Program: Drought Resiliency Projects for Fiscal Year 2023

Deadline: June 15, 2022 Amount: Up to $5 million Match: Yes

Eligibility: States, cities, counties, special districts, tribal governments and nonprofits https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=338924

Funding supports Drought Resiliency Projects that will build long-term resilience to drought and reduce the need for emergency response actions. These projects are generally in the final design stage-environmental and cultural resources compliance may have been initiated, and the non-Federal funding, necessary permits, and other required approvals have been secured.

 

California Department of Water Resources: Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) Implementation Grant Program

Deadline: August 19, 2022

Amount: $192 million available for Round 2 Match: Yes - 50%

Eligibility: Public agencies, nonprofits, public utilities, tribal governments and mutual water companies https://water.ca.gov/Work-With-Us/Grants-And-Loans/IRWM-Grant-Programs/Proposition-1/Implementation- Grants

IRWM Grant Program is designed to encourage integrated regional management of water resources and provide funding for projects that support integrated water management planning and implementation. DWR administers three separate grant programs as described below.

  • Disadvantaged Community Involvement Program
  • Planning Grant Program
  • Implementation Grant Program

 

California Department of Water Resources: Riverine Stewardship Program

Deadline: June 2022 and monthly thereafter; concepts closing date will be the last day of the month. Concepts will be reviewed monthly starting the 1st of following month and monthly thereafter. Starting Aug 2022; Selected candidates that submitted concept applications will be invited to provide a full application Workshops:

Amount: See guidelines for details. Match: No

Eligibility: Local public agencies and nonprofits

https://water.ca.gov/Programs/Integrated-Regional-Water-Management/Riverine-Stewardship- Program/Riverine-Stewardship-Grants

The Riverine Stewardship Program, in coordination with the San Joaquin Fish Population Enhancement Program (SJFPEP) and the Urban Streams Restoration Program (USRP), will make funding available for planning and implementation of projects that restore streams, creeks, and rivers to enhance the environment for fish, wildlife, and people through one grant cycle.

 

California Department of Water Resources: Small Community Drought Relief Program

Deadline: There will be no formal proposal solicitation for this Program. Small communities impacted by the drought are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Applications for funding will be accepted on a first come first served basis until all the funds are awarded, or until December 29, 2023, whichever comes first. Amount: A total of $192 Million in funding from the General Fund is available for grants under this Program. Match: Not required but encouraged

Eligibility: Public agencies, public utilities, special districts, IHEs, mutual water companies, nonprofits, federally recognized Indian tribes

https://water.ca.gov/-/media/DWR-Website/Web-Pages/Work-With-Us/Grants-And-Loans/Small-Community- Drought-Relief/Small-Community-Drought-Relief-Guidelines_2021-Final_ay11_v3.pdf

Summary: Eligible projects for the Small Community Drought Relief Program shall be in counties included in Governor Newsom’s state of emergency proclamations for 2021. Any county or jurisdiction included in a future drought proclamation by the Governor or for circumstances for which the SWRCB determines that drought conditions necessitate urgent and immediate action to ensure availability of safe drinking water, to protect public health and safety, will also qualify for funding. To be eligible for the Small Community Drought Relief Program funding, projects must be designed to benefit small communities and rural communities.

Eligible projects must address one or more program objectives: 1) hauled water 2) temporary community water tanks 3) bottled water 4) water vending machines 5) emergency water interties 6) new wells or rehabilitation of existing wells 7) construction or installation of permanent infrastructure

 

CEC-Southern California Incentive Project (SCIP)

Deadline: Available until funds are exhausted

Amount: Final rebate amounts are determined by the total eligible project costs.

Eligibility: Business, nonprofit organization, California Native American Tribe or a government entity https://calevip.org/incentive-project/southern-california

The Southern California Incentive Project (SCIP) promotes easy access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure by offering rebates for the purchase and installation of eligible public electric vehicle (EV) chargers in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Eligible rebates include up to

$70,000 per DC fast charger (DCFC) for installations at new sites and sites with stub-outs and up to $40,000 per DC fast charger for installations at replacement and make-ready sites. Installations in designated disadvantaged communities (DACs) are eligible for rebates up to $80,000 per DC fast charger regardless of installation site type.

 

State Water Resources Control Board: Water Recycling Funding Program (WRFP)

Deadline: Accepting applications via FAAST system on a continuous basis. Amount: $75,000 (for Planning Grants); $15-$20 Million (for Construction Grants) Match: 50% (for Planning Grants); 35% (for Construction Grants)

Financing: For Construction applications Interest at 1/2 General Obligation Bond Rate; 30-year term; Allowance following the CWSRF Policy

Eligibility: local public agencies http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/grants_loans/water_recycling/proposition1_funding.s html

The State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) provides funding for the planning, design, and construction of water recycling projects that offset or augment state fresh water supplies. There are two programs within this fund:

  • Planning Grants: The purpose of the planning grant is to assist agencies or regions with completing feasibility studies for water recycling projects using treated municipal wastewater and/or treated groundwater from sources contaminated by human activities. Only local public agencies are eligible to apply for planning grants.
  • Construction Grants: The Water Recycling Funding Program provides grants and financing to eligible applicants for the construction of water recycling facilities. Construction projects may be funded with grants and low interest financing from a state bond, a CWSRF financing agreement, or combinations of funding sources. Eligible applicants are local public agencies, nonprofit organizations, public utilities, state & federal recognized Indian tribes, and mutual water companies.

 

California Energy Commission (CEC): Interest Rate 1% Loan Financing for Energy Efficiency & Energy Generation Projects

Deadline: Applications are funded on a first-come, first-served basis until funding is exhausted Amount: Maximum loan amount of $3 million per applicant

Financing Terms: Loans must be repaid from energy cost savings or other legally available funds within a maximum term of 20 years (including principal and interest).

Eligibility: Cities, Counties, Specials Districts, Public Colleges or Universities http://www.energy.ca.gov/efficiency/financing/

The CEC is offering loans financing for energy efficiency and energy generation projects for Public Agencies. Projects with proven energy and/or demand cost savings are eligible, provided they meet the ECAA eligibility requirements. Projects already funded with an existing loan or already installed are ineligible. Examples of Qualified Projects include the following:

  • Lighting systems
  • Heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment
  • Streetlights and LED traffic signals
  • Energy management systems and equipment controls
  • Pumps and motors
  • Building envelope and insulation
  • Energy generation including renewable energy and combined heat and power projects
  • Water and wastewater treatment equipment

 

California Energy Commission: The Energy Partnership Program

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: $20,000 of a consultant's costs

Match: Any amount in excess of the $20,000 provided by CEC http://www.energy.ca.gov/efficiency/partnership/index.html

The Energy Partnership Program can conduct an energy audit of existing facilities identify energy saving projects, including: Conduct energy audits and prepare feasibility studies; Review existing proposals and designs; Develop equipment performance specifications; Review equipment bid specifications; Assist with contractor selection; and Review commissioning plans.

 

State Water Resources Control Board: Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) Program

Deadline: Continuous

Amount/Financing: No maximum funding or disbursement limits. Financing Term up to 30 years or the useful life of the project. Interest Rate is ½ the most recent General Obligation (GO) Bond Rate at time of funding approval.

Eligibility: Any city, town, district, or other public body created under state law, including state agencies http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/grants_loans/srf/

The Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program offers low cost financing for a wide variety of water quality projects. The program has significant financial assets, and is capable of financing projects from

<$1 million to >$100 million. Eligible projects include, but are not limited to:

  1. Construction of publicly-owned treatment facilities: Wastewater treatment; Local sewers; Sewer interceptors; Water reclamation and distribution; Stormwater treatment; Combined sewers; Landfill leachate treatment
  2. Implementation of nonpoint source (NPS) projects to address pollution associated with: Agriculture; Forestry; Urban Areas; Marinas; Hydromodification; Wetlands
  3. Development and implementation of estuary comprehensive conservation and management plans for: San Francisco Bay; Morro Bay; Santa Monica Bay

 

State Water Resources Control Board: Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Program

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: No maximum disbursement limit.

Financing Terms: Interest rates average 23% and 20-year loan. Public water systems that serve small, disadvantaged communities may be eligible for 0% and 30-year loan.

Eligibility: Community water systems and non-profit, non-community water systems. http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/drinking_water/services/funding/SRF.shtml

DWSRF provides low-interest loans, additional subsidy (principal forgiveness), and technical assistance to public water systems for infrastructure improvements to correct system deficiencies and improve drinking water quality. The purpose of the DWSRF is to provide financial assistance for the planning/design and construction of drinking water infrastructure projects that are needed to achieve or maintain compliance with federal and state drinking water statutes and regulations. Eligible projects include Planning/design and construction of drinking water infrastructure projects including: treatment systems, distribution systems, interconnections, consolidations, pipeline extensions, water sources, and water meters

 

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development: Water & Waste Disposal Grant/Loan Program

Deadline: Continuous

Amount/Financing: Grant amount varies. Loan has up to 40-year payback period, on a fixed interest rate of 3.125% or lower.

Eligibility: state and local government entities, private nonprofits, federally-recognized tribes in rural areas with fewer than 10,000 people.

http://www.rd.usda.gov/programs-services/water-waste-disposal-loan-grant-program/ca

This program provides long-term low interest loans for clean and reliable drinking water systems, sanitary sewage disposal, sanitary solid waste disposal, and storm water drainage to households and businesses in eligible rural areas. Funds may be used to finance the acquisition, construction or improvement of: Drinking water sourcing, treatment, storage and distribution; Sewer collection, transmission, treatment and disposal; Solid waste collection, disposal and closure; and Storm water collection, transmission and disposal

 

ENVIRONMENT, CONSERVATION, AGRICULTURAL & AIR QUALITY FUNDING

California Strategic Growth Council: Transformative Climate Communities Grant (Planning)

Deadline: Planning Grant Applications due July 1, 2022

Amount: Implementation Grants - $105,000,000 is available for three (3) grant awards of $35,000,000 each; Planning Grants - $1,200,000 is available for four (4) awards of $300,000 each.

Eligibility: Community-based organizations, local governments, nonprofit organizations, philanthropic organizations and foundations, faith-based organizations, coalitions or associations of nonprofit organizations, community development finance institutions, community development corporations, joint powers authorities, and California Native American Tribes.

https://sgc.ca.gov/programs/tcc/

Planning Grants fund planning activities to prepare disadvantaged communities for future funding opportunities in programs that align with the TCC Program’s objectives.

 

California Strategic Growth Council: Regional Climate Collaboratives Program

Deadline: Pre-proposals due July 15, 2022; Final applications due October 7, 2022 Webinar: See link for specific webinars: https://sgc.ca.gov/news/2022/05-12.html Amount: $500,000 to $1.75 million

Match: No

Eligibility: Local government agencies, JPAs, community-based organizations, nonprofits, small businesses, academic institutions, small businesses

https://sgc.ca.gov/meetings/council/2022/docs/20220428-Item6_AttatchmentA.pdf

The Regional Climate Collaboratives (RCC) Program is a new capacity building grant program for under resourced communities. RCC funds community-rooted and cross-sectoral partners to deepen their relationships and develop the processes, plans, and projects that will drive and sustain climate action. The goal of the program is to strengthen local coordination, leadership, knowledge, skills, and expertise with a particular focus on increasing access to funding resources for project planning and implementation within under-resourced communities. RCC was designed to serve both emerging and established Collaboratives across the state, so Applicants can tailor their proposals based on their size and community context. RCC grant terms are three years.

 

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: FY22 Recovery Implementation

Deadline: August 1, 2022 Amount: $1,000 to $2 million Match: No

Eligibility: Cities, counties, states, school districts, nonprofits, for-profits, IHEs, public housing authorities, special districts, tribal governments and organizations. Applicants are expected to have demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the biology of the involved endangered or threatened species and their ecosystem.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=337094

The principal objective of this Recovery Implementation funding opportunity is to support the implementation of priority recovery actions for federally endangered and threatened species. The ESA conveys the importance of recovery plans as a central organizing tool for guiding each species’ recovery process by requiring their development for every listed species.

 

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Partners for Fish and Wildlife FY22

Deadline: September 30, 2022 Amount: Up to $750,000 Match: Yes

Eligibility: Cities, counties, school districts, nonprofits, IHEs, public housing authorities, for-profits, special districts, tribal governments and organizations. To receive funding, PFW projects must be implemented on private lands, with the exception for efforts that support projects on private lands. https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=336921

The Partners for Fish and Wildlife (PFW) Program is a voluntary, incentive-based program that provides direct technical assistance and financial assistance in the form of cooperative and grant agreements to private landowners to restore and conserve fish and wildlife habitat for the benefit of federal trust resources.

 

California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP): Peninsula-Silicon Valley Incentive Project

Deadline: Project opens December 16 for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers on a first come first serve basis. Amount: Level 2 (up to $6,000 per connection) or DC Fast Chargers (up to $80,000 per charger). There is no limit to the total amount of rebates an organization can receive, if incentive funding is available.

Eligibility: Business, nonprofit organization, California Native American Tribe listed with the Native American Heritage Commission or a public or government entity based in California or operate as a California-based affiliate. Must be located in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties.

https://calevip.org/incentive-project/peninsula-silicon-valley

Summary: The Peninsula-Silicon Valley Incentive Project promotes easy access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure for the purchase and installation of eligible electric vehicle (EV) chargers in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties – with a total of $55.2 million in available funds over four years. The following equipment and costs are eligible for rebate funds under a Level 2 or DC fast charger application:

  • Electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE)
  • Transformer
  • Electric Panels
  • Energy storage equipment
  • Installation costs (labor and materials)
  • Utility service order
  • Planning and engineering design costs
  • Project signage
  • Network agreement with network provider
  • Extended warranties
  • Stub-outs
  • Demand management equipment

Permits as required by authorities having jurisdiction are not eligible costs. Rebate funds do not cover solar panels.

 

California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP): Sacramento County Incentive Project Deadline: Project is open for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers on a first come first serve basis.

Amount: Level 2 (up to $6,500 per connection) or DC Fast Chargers (up to $80,000 per charger). There is no limit to the total amount of rebates an organization can receive, if incentive funding is available.

Eligibility: Business, nonprofit organization, California Native American Tribe listed with the Native American Heritage Commission or a public or government entity based in California or operate as a California-based affiliate. Must be located in Sacramento County.

https://calevip.org/incentive-project/sacramento-county-incentive-project

Summary: The Sacramento County Incentive Project promotes easy access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure by offering $14 million in rebates for the purchase and installation of eligible electric vehicle (EV) chargers in Sacramento County. $7.7 million in rebates is available for Level 2 EV chargers, and $6.3 million is available for DC fast chargers. The following equipment and costs are eligible for rebate funds under a Level 2 or DC fast charger application:

  • Electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE)
  • Transformer
  • Electric Panels
  • Energy storage equipment
  • Installation costs (labor and materials)
  • Utility service order
  • Planning and engineering design costs
  • Project signage
  • Network agreement with network provider
  • Extended warranties
  • Stub-outs
  • Demand management equipment

Permits as required by authorities having jurisdiction are not eligible costs. Rebate funds do not cover solar panels.

 

California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP): Northern California Incentive Project Deadline: Project is open for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers on a first come first serve basis.

Amount: Level 2 (up to $7,500 per connection) or DC Fast Chargers (up to $80,000 per charger). There is no limit to the total amount of rebates an organization can receive, if incentive funding is available.

Eligibility: Business, nonprofit organization, California Native American Tribe listed with the Native American Heritage Commission or a public or government entity based in California or operate as a California-based affiliate. Funding is displayed in real time for the three counties within the Northern California Incentive Project with a total funding of $4 million across Humboldt, Shasta and Tehama Counties. https://calevip.org/incentive-project/northern-california

Summary: The Northern California Incentive Project promotes easy access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure for the purchase and installation of eligible Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers in Humboldt, Shasta and Tehama counties – with a total of $4 million in available funds. The following equipment and costs are eligible for rebate funds under a Level 2 or DC fast charger application:

  • Electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE)
  • Transformer
  • Electric Panels
  • Energy storage equipment
  • Installation costs (labor and materials)
  • Utility service order
  • Planning and engineering design costs
  • Project signage
  • Network agreement with network provider
  • Extended warranties
  • Stub-outs
  • Demand management equipment

Permits as required by authorities having jurisdiction are not eligible costs. Rebate funds do not cover solar panels.

 

California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP): Central Coast Incentive Project Deadline: Project is open for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers on a first come first serve basis.

Amount: Level 2 (up to $6,500 per connection) or DC Fast Chargers (up to $80,000 per charger). There is no limit to the total amount of rebates an organization can receive, if incentive funding is available.

Eligibility: Business, nonprofit organization, California Native American Tribe listed with the Native American Heritage Commission or a public or government entity based in California or operate as a California-based affiliate. Must be located in Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz Counties.

https://calevip.org/incentive-project/central-coast

Summary: The Central Coast Incentive Project promotes easy access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure for the purchase and installation of eligible Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers in Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz counties – with a total of $7 million in available funds. The following equipment and costs are eligible for rebate funds under a Level 2 or DC fast charger application:

  • Electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE)
  • Transformer
  • Electric Panels
  • Energy storage equipment
  • Installation costs (labor and materials)
  • Utility service order
  • Planning and engineering design costs
  • Project signage
  • Network agreement with network provider
  • Extended warranties
  • Stub-outs
  • Demand management equipment

Permits as required by authorities having jurisdiction are not eligible costs. Rebate funds do not cover solar panels.

 

California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP): San Joaquin Valley Incentive Project Deadline: Project is open for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers on a first come first serve basis.

Amount: Level 2 (up to $5,000 per connection) or DC Fast Chargers (up to $80,000 per charger). There is no limit to the total amount of rebates an organization can receive, if incentive funding is available.

Eligibility: Business, nonprofit organization, California Native American Tribe listed with the Native American Heritage Commission or a public or government entity based in California or operate as a California-based affiliate. Must be located in Fresno, Kern and San Joaquin Counties.

https://calevip.org/incentive-project/san-joaquin-valley

Summary: The San Joaquin Valley Incentive Project promotes easy access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure for the purchase and installation of eligible Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers in Fresno, Kern, and San Joaquin counties – with over $15.3 million in available funds. The following equipment and costs are eligible for rebate funds under a Level 2 or DC fast charger application:

  • Electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE)
  • Transformer
  • Electric Panels
  • Energy storage equipment
  • Installation costs (labor and materials)
  • Utility service order
  • Planning and engineering design costs
  • Project signage
  • Network agreement with network provider
  • Extended warranties
  • Stub-outs
  • Demand management equipment

Permits as required by authorities having jurisdiction are not eligible costs. Rebate funds do not cover solar panels.

 

California Air Resources Board (California VW Mitigation Trust): Zero-Emission Freight and Marine Program

Deadline: First come, first served basis

Amount: Up to $2.5 million (depending on project) Match: Yes - 25%

Eligibility: Individuals, businesses, nonprofits, government entities and Indian Tribes https://www.californiavwtrust.org/wp- content/uploads/VW_ZEFM_Second_Solicitation_Guidance.pdf?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelive ry

Project categories:

  • Scrap and replace projects that upgrade heavy-lift forklifts, port cargo handling equipment, and airport ground support equipment to new zero-emission technologies;
  • Scrap and repower projects for ferries, tugboats, and towboats that replace engines with new, zero- emission, all-+ technologies; and
  • Shore power installation projects at berths that serve ocean-going vessels.

 

South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD): California VW Mitigation Trust - Statewide Funding for California Zero-Emission Class 8 Freight and Port Drayage Trucks

Deadline: Eligible projects awarded on a first-come, first-served basis beginning August 18, 2020 Amount: Maximum funding will not exceed $200,000 per eligible replacement vehicle.

Eligibility: Both public and private entities that own and operate eligible vehicles may apply. https://xappprod.aqmd.gov/vw/zero-emission.html

This category is intended to support the expansion of zero-emission truck availability in the heaviest weight class that have typically relied on diesel technologies.

 

Marathon Petroleum Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits, federal, state or local government entity in communities where company has significant presence

https://www.marathonpetroleum.com/Sustainability/Creating-Shared-Value-and-Opportunity/Marathon- Petroleum-Foundation/

Marathon provides funding for projects in the following categories:

  • Environmental conservation and
  • Public safety

 

CalRecycle: Greenhouse Gas Reduction Loan Program

Deadline: Continuous Amount: Up to $2 million Match: 25%

Eligibility: Cities, counties, regional or local sanitation agencies, waste agencies or JPA’s, private, for-profit entities and nonprofit entities

https://www.calrecycle.ca.gov/climate/grantsloans/GHGLoans/FY201516/

The purpose of this noncompetitive loan program is to lower overall greenhouse gas emissions by providing loans to expand existing capacity or establish new facilities to process California-generated waste materials into new value-added products.

 

San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District: Bikeway Incentive Program

Deadline: Continuous until funds are exhausted Amount: Up to $150,000

Eligibility: Municipalities, government agencies and public education institutions located within the boundaries of the District (San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Kern counties)

http://valleyair.org/grants/bikepaths.htm

The purpose of this program is to fund the construction of new bikeway projects to promote clean air through the development of a widespread, interconnected network of bike paths, lanes or routes and improving the general safety conditions for commuter bicyclists for the benefit of commuter bicycling.

 

San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District: E-Mobility

Deadline: Continuous until funds are exhausted Amount: Up to $150,000

Eligibility: Municipalities, government agencies and public education institutions located within the boundaries of the District (San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Kern counties)

http://valleyair.org/grants/emobility.htm

The District is currently accepting applications for the development or expansion of telecommunications services and electronic technology applications to directly replace vehicle travel by the general public. Funding is available for eligible projects such as video teleconferencing, Internet business transactions, and telework sites. For more information about the program, please review the program guidelines.

 

San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District: Charge Up! Electric Vehicle Charger Incentive Program

Deadline: Continuous until funds are exhausted Amount: Up to $50,000

Eligibility: Municipalities, government agencies and public education institutions located within the boundaries of the District (San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Kern counties)

http://valleyair.org/grants/chargeup.htm

The District is currently accepting applications for its Charge Up! Program. This Program provides funding for public agencies, businesses, and property owners of multi-unit dwellings (i.e. apartment complexes, condominiums, etc.) in the San Joaquin Valley to install electric vehicle (EV) chargers. These chargers will support existing EV owners and encourage the growth of the clean technology in the Valley.

 

San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District: Alternative Fuel Mechanic Training

Deadline: Continuous until funds are exhausted Amount: Up to $15,000

Eligibility: Funding for this program is opened to qualifying agencies that are currently using an alternative fuels program, servicing an alternative fuels system or making the transition to alternative fuels technology in their fleet or infrastructure operations. Government agencies, private companies, or public educational institutions may apply for this grant opportunity. Must be within the boundaries of the District (San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Kern counties) http://valleyair.org/grants/mechanictraining.htm

The District is currently accepting applications to develop and advance the education of personnel on the mechanics, safe operation and maintenance of alternative fuel vehicles and infrastructure. Eligible educational subjects include the following: alternative fuel engines, fueling practices and vehicle fuel systems, fuel station components, operational safety and procedures, technical or mechanic training, or alternative fuel technology overview. For more information about the program, please review the program guidelines.

 

San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District: Electric School Bus Incentive Program

Deadline: Continuous until funds are exhausted Amount: Up to $400,000

Eligibility: Applicant must be the school bus owner that is a public school district, JPA or private company contracted with a public school to transport public school children to and from school. Must be located within the boundaries of the District (San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Kern counties)

http://valleyair.org/grants/electric-school-bus.htm

The Electric School Bus Incentive Program provides monetary incentives for the replacement of existing diesel yellow school buses that transport public school children to and from school with all electric school buses. Eligible applicants are public school districts, Joint Power Authorities (JPA), and privately owned yellow school buses that are contracted with a public school to transport public school children. Applicants must obtain an executed contract from the SJVAPCD prior to the order or purchase of new all electric school bus.

 

San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District: Public Transportation Subsidy and Park & Ride Lots

Deadline: Continuous until funds are exhausted

Amount: Up to $150,000 (depending on category selected)

Eligibility: Municipalities, government agencies and public education institutions located within the boundaries of the District (San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Kern counties)

http://valleyair.org/grants/publictransport.htm

The District is currently accepting applications to provide public transportation pass subsidies, such as for rail and transit services, and for the construction of park-and-ride lots which connect commuters to alternative transportation measures. Funding provided through this program is intended to encourage commuter rideshare activities as an alternative to single occupant vehicle commutes for daily long-distance travel. For more information about the program, please review the program guidelines.

 

South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD): Electric Lawn and Garden Equipment

Deadline: Not stated

Amount: Discounted equipment. One equivalent operable gasoline- or diesel-powered piece of lawn and garden equipment must be scraped to qualify for incentive funding towards battery electric replacement equipment.

Eligibility: Local governments, school districts, nonprofit organizations http://www.aqmd.gov/home/programs/community/lawn-and-garden-equipment

PROGRAM GOALS: Improve air quality by exchanging older, polluting gasoline- or diesel-powered commercial lawn and garden equipment for new zero emission, battery electric commercial grade equipment for operation within South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) four county region. Special focus will be given to environmental justice (EJ)or disadvantaged communities.

 

California Coastal Conservancy: Santa Monica Bay Restoration Plan (Proposition 12)

Deadline: Open until all funds are exhausted Amount: $6.9 for entire program

Eligibility: Government agencies and nonprofit organizations http://scc.ca.gov/files/2018/05/Prop12_SMB_Grant_Solicitation_and_Application_2018.pdf

Regional planning, research, monitoring, and assessments will generally be considered only when directly tied to the furtherance of on-the-ground projects. Projects should meet the goals and objectives in the Prop 12 Santa Monica Bay Restoration Grant Solicitation p. 2 of 5 Conservancy’s Strategic Plan. In addition, project applications should provide information that will enable consideration of any applicable criteria specified in the Project Selection Criteria and Guidelines established by the Conservancy’s board.

 

San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District: Farmer Ag Truck Replacement Program

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: Replacement value of truck

Match: Funding will be provided at 65% of the cost of the eligible replacement truck

Eligibility: Must be in SJVAPCD eligible counties. Agricultural truck owners (see guidelines for more details on eligibility)

http://valleyair.org/grants/FARMER.htm

The FARMER Ag Truck Replacement Program provides incentive funds for the replacement of heavy-duty diesel ag trucks. Funds are provided on a first come, first serve basis and applicants must obtain approval and have a signed, executed contract from the SJVAPCD prior to purchase of new equipment. Any equipment purchased prior to contract execution is ineligible as this is not a rebate program.

 

CalFire: California Forest Improvement Program Deadline: Continuous until funds exhausted Amount: Not specified

Match: Yes

Eligibility: Own between 20 – 5,000 acres of forestland in California. Private owners, government agencies, business, corporation and non-federally owned Native American lands http://calfire.ca.gov/resource_mgt/resource_mgt_forestryassistance_cfip

The purpose of the California Forest Improvement Program (CFIP) is to encourage private and public investment in, and improved management of, California forest lands and resources. This focus is to ensure adequate high-quality timber supplies, related employment and other economic benefits, and the protection, maintenance, and enhancement of a productive and stable forest resource system for the benefit of present and future generations. The program scope includes the improvement of all forest resources including fish and wildlife habitat, and soil and water quality.

 

California Wildlife Conservation Fund: Habitat Restoration

Deadline: WCB meets four times per year, February, May, August and November. Processing time for applications varies depending on completeness of application and availability of funding. Allow 6 months from submittal to approval.

Amount: Not specified Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Government agencies, State departments, Federal agencies and nonprofit.

https://www.wcb.ca.gov/Applications

Habitat restoration application is for four of the ten programs in the WCB:

  • Riparian Habitat Conservation
  • Inland Wetlands Conservation
  • Ecosystem Restoration on Agricultural Lands
  • Habitat Enhancement and Restoration

Prospective applicants should discuss their projects with WCB staff prior to completing or submitting an application. WCB staff will assist in determining whether or not an application should be submitted and will help in developing product features.

 

Georgia Pacific Foundation

Deadline: None

Amount: Varies – Total annual giving $4.5 million

Eligibility: Government entities, educational institutions and nonprofit organizations located where company facilities operate: Antioch, San Leandro, Modesto, Madera, Fresno, Santa Fe Springs or La Mirada https://www.gp.com/community/

The Foundation has identified the following key investment areas:

  • Education
  • Community Enrichment
  • Environment

 

California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank (IBank): California Lending for Energy and Environmental Needs (CLEEN) Center

Deadline: Available on a continuous basis

Amount: Loans from $500,000 to $30 million; larger loans with IBank Board approval.

Financing Terms: The interest rate benchmark is Thompson’s Municipal Market Data Index. Maximum 30- year term Open application process.

Eligibility: Any subdivision of a local government, including cities, counties, special districts, assessment districts, joint powers authorities and nonprofit corporations.

http://ibank.ca.gov/infrastructure_loans.htm

The CLEEN Program provides loan financing for public infrastructure projects including, but not limited to: Energy Efficiency; Renewable Energy Sector; Energy Storage; Water Sector; Alternative Technologies; Alternative Fuels transportation; Statewide Energy Efficiency Program (SWEEP) and LED Street Lighting Program (LED Program). Eligible uses of this funding include, but are not limited to: Advanced metering systems to support conversion of master-metered buildings to sub-metering

 

THE ERM FOUNDATION

Amount: $1,000 - $20,000 Deadline: None

Match: No

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations http://www.erm.com/en/about-us/erm-foundation/

The ERM Foundation supports nonprofit organizations in the United States that work to create a more sustainable and equitable world. Areas of interest include:

  • low carbon development;
  • conservation and biodiversity;
  • water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH);
  • environmental education; and,
  • empowering women and girls.

 

TRANSPORTATION FUNDING

U.S. Department of Transportation: FY 2022 Competitive Funding Opportunity: Airport Improvement Program Discretionary Grants

Deadline: June 30, 2022 Amount: $25,000 to $50 million

Match: Yes

Eligibility: States, counties, cities, special districts owning or leasing a public use airport https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2022/04/20/2022-08412/fy-2022-competitive-funding-opportunity- airport-improvement-program-discretionary-grants

The AIP funds airport capital improvements and rehabilitation projects. All discretionary grant funding is subject to appropriations, statutory requirements, and related program funding availability.

 

Caltrans: Highway Safety Improvement Program (Cycle 11)

Deadline: September 12, 2022 Amount: $100,000 - $10 Million Match: Yes - 10% of project costs

Eligibility: Cities, counties and tribal governments

https://dot.ca.gov/programs/local-assistance/fed-and-state-programs/highway-safety-improvement-program The purpose of the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) program is to achieve a significant reduction in traffic fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads, including non-State-owned public roads and roads on tribal land. HSIP funds are eligible for work on any public road or publicly owned bicycle or pedestrian pathway or trail, or on tribal lands for general use of tribal members, that improves the safety for its users. All proposed projects will be evaluated based on the Benefit/Cost (B/C) ratios.

 

U.S. Department of Transportation: Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) Grant Program

Deadline: September 15, 2022

Webinars: June 13, June 15 and June 23: https://www.transportation.gov/grants/SS4A/webinars Amount: $200,000 to $50 million

Match: Yes

Eligibility: Counties, cities, towns, other special districts that are subdivisions of a State, and transit agencies;

MPOs, tribal governments https://www.transportation.gov/SS4A Eligible activities

  • Develop or update a Comprehensive Safety Action Plan.
  • Conduct planning, design, and development activities in support of an Action Plan.
  • Carry out projects and strategies identified in an Action Plan.

 

California Volkswagen (VW) Mitigation Trust

Deadline: First come first served basis Amount: Up to $3,250,000

Match: Match funding from the applicant is encouraged and required for school bus purchases (at least 5 percent) and all non-government owned purchases (at least 25 percent)

Eligibility: Owners of transit buses, school buses and shuttle buses. Administered by San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District, but available statewide.

http://vwbusmoney.valleyair.org/

The Zero-Emission Transit, School and Shuttle Bus Project provides funding for new zero-emission replacement buses for owners of transit, school, and shuttle buses. This project mitigates excess NOx emissions, reduces pollution in disadvantaged and low-income communities, supports advanced technology vehicle and equipment deployments and accelerates the zero-emission transformation of the heavy-duty fleet. (Zero-emission school bus bin is oversubscribed and no longer being accepted. Money for transit and shuttle buses is still available.)

 

Bay Area Air Quality Management District: Bikeways, Roads, Lanes and Paths Program

Deadline: Continuous until funding exhausted

Amount: Varies. An initial allocation of $5 million is available, and funding will be awarded to qualifying projects on a first-come, first-served basis.

Match: None

Eligibility: Municipalities, government agencies, and public educational institutions located within the boundaries of the Air District’s jurisdiction

http://www.baaqmd.gov/grant-funding/public-agencies/bikeways-roads-lanes-paths

In fiscal year ending 2016, up to $3.84 million are available for bicycle parking and bikeway projects. Funding is offered on a first-come, first-served basis until all funds have been spent. In order to be eligible for funding projects must be included in an adopted countywide bicycle plan, Congestion Management Plan (CMP), or the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s Regional Bicycle Plan. Funding is available for the following project types: New Class-1 bicycle paths;

  • New Class-2 bicycle lanes;
  • New Class-3 bicycle routes; and
  • New Class-4 cycle tracks or separated bikeways.

 

California Statewide Communities Development Authority: Total Road Improvement Program (TRIP)

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: Varies. Local governments leverage their State Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax to finance road improvement projects.

Eligibility: Local public agencies (cities and counties)

http://cscda.org/Public-Agency-Programs/Total-Road-Improvement-Programs-(TRIP)

CSCDA offers a pooled securitization program to assist local agencies in bonding against future payments to obtain funding for more projects today. As a pooled public offering, program participants will benefit from reduced issuance costs and better interest rates as compared to stand alone issues. The program does not require a pledge of the local agency’s General Fund.

 

South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD): On-Road Heavy-Duty Voucher Incentive Program (VIP)

Deadline: Continuous until funds are exhausted

Amount: Maximum of $45,000available per truck for replacements and up to $10,000for retrofits Match: None

Eligibility: owners/operators with fleets of 10 or fewer vehicles that have been operating at least 75% (mileage-based) in California during the previous twenty four (24) months in the SCAQMD service area. http://www.aqmd.gov/home/programs/business/business-detail?title=voucher-incentive-program

VIP reduces emissions by replacing old, high-polluting vehicles with newer, lower-emission vehicles, or by installing a retrofit device. The goal of this program is to reduce emissions from in-use heavy-duty trucks in small fleets by retrofitting Engine Model Years 2006 and older or by replacing Engine Model Years 2006 and older with Model Years 2007 (or newer) emissions compliant models.

 

PARKS & RECREATION

Polaris Industries: T.R.A.I.L.S. Grant Program Deadline: March 1 and September 1 annually Amount: Up to $10,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits and government agencies (Fire, rescue, and law enforcement organizations are not eligible for this program.)

https://www.polaris.com/en-us/trails-application/

The T.R.A.I.L.S. Grant Program, an initiative of Polaris Industries, provides support to national, state, and local organizations in the United States to ensure the future of ATV riding. The grant program encompasses two main objectives—promoting safe and responsible riding and preserving access. Funds can be used by organizations for trail development and maintenance projects, safety and education initiatives, lobbying, and other projects to increase and maintain land access.

 

The Skatepark Project

Deadline: Rolling basis and awarded quarterly

Amount: $1,000 to $300,000, with an average of $10,000,

Eligibility: Nonprofits, state and local agencies and public school systems https://skatepark.org/the-skatepark-project-grants/

The Skatepark Project is dedicated to helping underserved communities throughout the United States create safe and inclusive public skateparks for youth. Grants are provided to organizations that are seeking to build free, public, concrete skateparks in underserved communities. The Foundation primarily supports projects that can demonstrate a strong grassroots commitment. Priority is given to projects that are designed and built by experienced skatepark contractors and include local skaters in the planning, fundraising, and design process.

 

KaBOOM!: Build it with KaBOOM!

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: $15,000 - Grantees are awarded a $15,000 grant to be used toward the purchase of playground equipment. To supplement the $15,000 KaBOOM! grant, grantees are required to raise a minimum of $9,000 (for a total project value of $24,000) up to a maximum of $35,000 (for a total project value of $50,000) towards the cost of the playground project. This amount does not include the cost for safety surfacing, freight, site preparation, installation supervision and any other non-playground equipment items.

Match: $9,000

Eligibility: Must be located in San Jose, Los Angeles County, San Francisco, Brisbane, San Bernardino, Anaheim, Oakland or Santa Ana (See other qualified Community Partner requirements) https://kaboom.org/grants/build_it_with_kaboom#eligibility

A Build it with KaBOOM! grant provides the facilitation and support of an experienced Project Manager as community members embark on a 5–12 week planning process. After selection, all partners will join together for a community Design Day, inviting play experts (the kids, of course) to design their dream playspace.

 

Major League Baseball (MLB-MLBPA) Youth Development Foundation Deadline: Continuous – Applications are reviewed quarterly by the Board of Directors Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits, public school, municipality, MLB Club or American Indian Tribe. Board is looking for innovative and creative ideas to increase baseball/softball opportunities for youth (20 and under), related experience, committed staff, financial stability, business plan to attract other funders, helping underserved youth.

https://www.mlb.com/baseball-tomorrow-fund/how-to-apply

Summary: Foundation considers requests for a variety of purposes including funding capital projects (e.g., field renovations, baseball/softball programs and education initiatives. Capital projects include: building and renovating fields and practice facilities and installing lighting. Baseball/Softball programs include: in- school/after-school baseball/softball programming, equipment and uniforms, umpire fees, player registration fees and practice facility rental fees. Education initiatives include: programs, exhibits and other learning opportunities that use baseball and softball as its primary focus to promote interest and engagement in the game.

 

Good Sports Equipment Grants

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: Youth sports equipment

Match: 10% of total retail value of equipment for shipping

Eligibility: School Districts and organizations directly serving youth between ages of 3-18 in an economically disadvantaged area. Organization must operate an organized sport, recreational activity or fitness program offering consistent and structured opportunity for play to large groups of children. https://www.goodsports.org/apply/

Good Sports gives all kids the lifelong benefits of sport and physical activity by providing equipment, apparel and footwear to those most in need. Those awarded will gain access to a catalog of available inventory, which displays the equipment, apparel, and footwear that Good Sports has available at the current time.

 

United States Golf Association (USGA) and National Alliance for Accessible Golf

Deadline: Continuous Amount: Up to $20,000

Match: Yes – amount not specific

Eligibility: Municipalities, school districts and nonprofit organizations https://www.accessgolf.org/grants/alliance_grants.cfm

Grants support organizations which provide opportunities for individuals with disabilities to learn and enjoy the game of golf and its inherent values. The Alliance and the USGA share the belief that the game of golf is exceptionally well-suited to allow individuals with disabilities to participate in a recreational or competitive activity with participants who have various types of disabilities as well as those who do not have disabilities. We encourage inclusive programming – opportunities that allow participants with disabilities and participants without disabilities to learn and play the game side by side.

 

South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD): Electric Lawn and Garden Equipment

Deadline: Not stated

Amount: Discounted equipment. One equivalent operable gasoline- or diesel-powered piece of lawn and garden equipment must be scraped to qualify for incentive funding towards battery electric replacement equipment.

Eligibility: Local governments, school districts, nonprofit organizations http://www.aqmd.gov/home/programs/community/lawn-and-garden-equipment

PROGRAM GOALS: Improve air quality by exchanging older, polluting gasoline- or diesel-powered commercial lawn and garden equipment for new zero emission, battery electric commercial grade equipment for operation within South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) four county region. Special focus will be given to environmental justice (EJ)or disadvantaged communities.

 

HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDING

California Housing and Community Development Department: Multifamily Finance Super NOFA

Deadline: June 28, 2022

Amount: Programs are either grant or a loan. See guidelines for details. Match: No

Eligibility: A Sponsor shall be any individual, joint venture, partnership, limited liability company, limited partnership (including a limited partnership in which the Sponsor or an affiliate is a general partner), trust, corporation, cooperative, local public entity, Tribal Entity, other legal entity, or any combination thereof which meets the requirements of the program guidelines.

https://www.hcd.ca.gov/multifamily-finance-supernofa

HCD announces the release of its initial Multifamily Housing Super Notice of Funding Availability (Super NOFA), for approximately $650 million in funds available under the following programs:

  • Multifamily Housing Program (MHP)
  • Veterans Housing and Homelessness Prevention (VHHP) Program
  • Joe Serna, Jr. Farmworker Housing Grant (FWHG) Program
  • Infill Incentive Grant Program of 2007 (IIG-2007) and Infill Infrastructure Grant Program of 2019 (IIG- 2019)

 

Cal OES: 2022-2023 Transitional Housing (XH) Program

Deadline: July 5, 2022 Amount: Up to $350,000 Match: Yes - 20%

Eligibility: Governmental or non-governmental entities https://www.caloes.ca.gov/GrantsManagementSite/Documents/XH22_RFP.pdf

The purpose of the XH Program is to provide victims of crime with transitional/short-term housing assistance and a range of supportive services with the goal of moving victims into safe, permanent housing.

 

U.S. Department of Agriculture: Rural Housing Preservation Grant

Deadline: July 11, 2022

Amount: Not specified. $16 million for entire program. Match: No

Eligibility: Cities, counties, states, nonprofits, tribal governments and organizations, faith-based and community organizations

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=340471

The Rural Housing Service (RHS) announces that it is soliciting applications under its Housing Preservation Grant (HPG) program. The HPG program is a grant program which provides qualified public agencies, private nonprofit organizations, which may include but not be limited to, Faith-Based and Community Organizations, and other eligible entities grant funds to assist very low- and low-income homeowners in repairing and rehabilitating their homes in rural areas. In addition, the HPG program 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.

 

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: FY22 Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grants

Deadline: July 28, 2022 Amount: Up to $500,000 Match: Yes

Eligibility: Cities, counties, public housing authorities, nonprofits, tribal governments https://www.hud.gov/cn

Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grants support the development of comprehensive plans to revitalize severely distressed public housing and/or HUD-assisted housing and the surrouding neighborhood.

Communities will develop a comprehensive neighborhood revitalization strategy, or Transformation Plan, to achieve the program's three core goals: Housing, People and Neighborhood. The Transformation Plan will become the guiding document to carryout subsequent implementation of the plan for the target housing units while simultaneously directing the transformation of the surrounding neighborhood and positive outcomes for families.

 

California Department of Housing and Community Development: Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) - Continuum of Care (CoC)

Deadline: August 3, 2022

Webinar: June 7, 2022, at 1:00 PM

Webinar Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2022-esg-coc-nofa-and-application-webinar-tickets- 344365164477?utm_source=eventbrite&utm_medium=email&utm_content=follow_notification&utm_campaig n=following_published_event&utm_term=2022+ESG+CoC++NOFA+and+Application+Webinar&aff=ebemoff ollowpublishemail

Amount: Not specified. $6 million for entire program.

Match: Yes

Eligibility: Local governmental entities, who in turn select homeless service providers to receive the funds

Program Link: https://www.hcd.ca.gov/emergency-solutions-grants

Summary: The ESG program provides grant funding to (1) engage homeless individuals and families living on the street, (2) rapidly re-house homeless individuals and families, (3) help operate and provide essential services in emergency shelters for homeless individuals and families, and (4) prevent individuals and families from becoming homeless.

 

Georgia Pacific Foundation

Deadline: None

Amount: Varies – Total annual giving $4.5 million

Eligibility: Government entities, educational institutions and nonprofit organizations located where company facilities operate: Antioch, San Leandro, Modesto, Madera, Fresno, Santa Fe Springs or La Mirada https://www.gp.com/community/

The Foundation has identified the following key investment areas:

  • Education
  • Community Enrichment
  • Environment

 

Amgen Foundation

Deadline: None. Requests reviewed quarterly Amount: $10,000 to $1,000,000

Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations, government agencies and educational institutions. Emphasis in Thousand Oaks and South San Francisco.

https://www.amgen.com/responsibility/amgen-foundation/

The Amgen Foundation seeks to advance science education, improve quality of care and access for patients, and support resources that create sound communities where Amgen staff members live and work. The Foundation focuses its philanthropy in the following key areas:

  • Science Education

The Foundation is committed to raising the value of science literacy on a national and local level. The Foundation seeks to identify programs that provide pivotal hands-on science experiences for students and teachers, as well as programs that support teacher quality and provide professional development in math and science.

  • Community Life

The Foundation dedicates substantial resources to strengthening and enriching the community, thereby making it a more desirable place to live and work. The focus is to fund programs that enhance civic engagement by supporting science and education-based initiatives, environmental programs, health and social services, as well as culture and arts in an effort to strengthen and enrich company communities.

 

Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Foundation

Deadline: Continuous Amount: $100 - $500,000 Match: None

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations, local government agencies, and educational institutions in communities served by the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway

http://www.bnsffoundation.org/

The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Foundation provides support in communities in the company's area of operations. The Foundation considers requests falling in the following categories:

  • Civic Services: This area includes organizations which are concerned with the environment and local community issues, such as crime prevention, parks and recreation, diversity and community development.
  • Cultural Organizations: This area includes performing arts, visual arts, fine arts, and museums and other related activities that offer opportunities for underserved children to experience cultural learning events.
  • Educational Institutions: This area includes both public and private education, primarily at the college level. (Grants of an exceptional nature may be made to vocational and non-college schools. Preferably, contributions will be directed toward the improvement of the quality of education.)
  • Health and Human Service Organizations: This area includes hospitals, medical programs, and programs that address chemical dependency treatment and prevention, spouse and child abuse, women's and children's aid, and transitional shelters.
  • Youth Organizations: This area includes Boys & Girls Clubs, Camp Fire, Scouts, Junior Achievement, and similar groups.

 

ANIMAL AND PET FUNDING

Walmart Local Community Grants

Deadline: December 31, 2022 (Grant application window opens February 1, 2022) Amount: Up to $5,000

Eligibility: 501c3 organizations, government entities, K-12 public or nonprofit private school, charter school, community college, state/private college or university or church or other faith-based organization with project that benefits the community at large.

https://walmart.org/how-we-give/local-community-grants

Each year, our U.S. stores and clubs award local cash grants designed to address the unique needs of the communities where we operate. They include a variety of organizations, such as animal shelters, elder services and community clean-up projects.

 

Banfield Foundation

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time for all of the programs, except Pet Advocacy Grants, which have submission deadlines of April 30 and October 31, annually.

Amount: Varies depending on program

Eligibility: 501c3 organizations. Must wait 12 months after award to apply again. https://www.banfield.com/banfield-foundation/programs

The Banfield Foundation is committed to improving the well-being of pets nationwide through four different grant programs. These programs include Veterinary Medical Equipment Grants, Veterinary Assistance Grants, Pet Advocacy Grants, and Disaster Relief Grants.

 

HAZARD MITIGATION FUNDING

California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES): Hazard Mitigation Grant Program

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: Project maximum is unspecified. $150,000 for single jurisdiction plan, $250,000 for multi-jurisdiction plan.

Match: Generally, HMA funds may be used to pay up to 75% of the eligible activity costs. The remaining 25% of eligible activity costs are derived from non-Federal sources

Eligibility: States, local communities and tribal governments

https://www.caloes.ca.gov/cal-oes-divisions/recovery/disaster-mitigation-technical-support/404-hazard- mitigation-grant-program

Funding Priorities:

  • Local Hazard Mitigation Plans (LHMP) updates that will expire within 24 months.
  • All other LHMP updates.
  • Shovel ready projects with a high level of design that can begin construction within 90 days of FEMA approval, in declared counties.
  • Shovel ready projects with a high level of design that can begin constructions within 90 days of FEMA approval, in all other counties.
  • Whole community risk reduction/large critical infrastructure wildfire projects.
  • Whole community risk reduction/large critical infrastructure projects for other hazard types.
  • Wildfire projects in any county.
  • All hazard type projects in any county.
  • Planning related activities.
  • Five percent (5%) Initiative projects.

 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYMENT FUNDING

U.S. Economic Development Administration: FY 2021 American Rescue Plan Act Economic Adjustment Assistance

Deadline: While EDA encourages eligible applicants to submit their applications as soon as possible, EDA strongly advises eligible applicants to submit complete applications no later than March 31, 2022

Amount: $100,000 to $10 million Match: Yes

Eligibility: Cities, counties, states, special districts, nonprofits, IHEs and tribal governments https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=334743

Program is designed to provide a wide-range of financial assistance to communities and regions as they respond to, and recover from, the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, including long-term recovery and resilience to future economic disasters. Under this announcement, EDA solicits applications under the authority of the Economic Adjustment Assistance (EAA) program, which is flexible and responsive to the economic development needs and priorities of local and regional stakeholders. This is the broadest NOFO EDA is publishing under ARPA and any eligible applicant from any EDA Region may apply. EDA expects to fund a number of projects under this NOFO that support communities negatively impacted by the downturn in the coal economy, supporting transitioning away from coal.

 

T-Mobile Hometown Grants Program Deadline: Requests reviewed quarterly Amount: Up to $50,000

Eligibility: Elected leaders, town managers and employees, and nonprofit leaders are eligible to submit applications.

https://www.t-mobile.com/brand/hometown-grants

The T-Mobile Hometown Grants Program is intended to help build stronger, more prosperous small towns and rural communities throughout the United States. Up to 100 towns each year for the next five years will receive community improvement grants of up to $50,000 each. The focus is on providing support to revitalize community spaces in towns with 50,000 people or less that help foster local connections. Examples of eligible projects include revitalizing a town hall, a senior center, a local little league field, a library, or any space where friends and neighbors gather.

 

Community Heart & Soul Seed Grant Program

Deadline: Rolling Amount: $10,000

Match: $10,000. Grant funding requires a cash match from the participating municipality or a partnering organization.

Eligibility: Applying organizations must be from communities with populations of 2,500 to 30,000. Applicant organizations must designate a lead organization that must be a local government, 501c3 organization or informal resident-led group.

https://www.communityheartandsoul.org/seed-grants/

Community Heart & Soul is a resident-driven process that engages the entire population of a town in identifying what they love most about their community, what future they want for it, and how to achieve it. The Community Heart & Soul Seed Grant Program provides $10,000 in startup funding for resident-driven groups in small cities and towns across the United States to implement the Community Heart & Soul model.

 

U.S. Department of Commerce: FY 2020 EDA Public Works and Economic Adjustment Assistance Programs including CARES Act Funding

Deadline: There are no submission deadlines under this opportunity. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the publication of a new PWEAA NOFO.

Amount: $100,000 to $30 million

Match: Yes - Generally, the amount of an EDA award may not exceed 50 percent of the total cost of the project.

Eligibility: (i) District Organization of a designated Economic Development District; (ii) Indian Tribe or a consortium of Indian Tribes; (iii) State, county, city, or other political subdivision of a State, including a special purpose unit of a State or local government engaged in economic or infrastructure development activities, or a consortium of political subdivisions; (iv) institution of higher education or a consortium of institutions of higher education; or (v) public or private non-profit organization or association acting in cooperation with officials of a political subdivision of a State.

https://www.eda.gov/funding-opportunities/

Summary: EDA solicits applications from applicants in rural and urban areas to provide investments that support construction, non-construction, technical assistance, and revolving loan fund projects under EDA’s Public Works and EAA programs. Grants and cooperative agreements made under these programs are designed to leverage existing regional assets and support the implementation of economic development strategies that advance new ideas and creative approaches to advance economic prosperity in distressed communities. EDA provides strategic investments on a competitive- merit-basis to support economic development, foster job creation, and attract private investment in economically distressed areas of the United States. If you are interested in applying for a project of national impact/scope under the CARES Act; please inquire at RNTA@eda.gov.

 

U.S. Department of Labor: National Dislocated Worker Grants Program Guidance

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: $150,000 to $25 million Match: No

Eligibility: Eligibility varies depending upon the type of National Dislocated Worker Grant requested. See guidelines for details.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=325616

The Department funds two types of DWGs: Disaster Recovery and Employment Recovery. Disaster Recovery DWGs provide funding to create temporary employment opportunities to assist with clean-up and recovery efforts when an area impacted by an emergency or major disaster is declared eligible for public assistance FEMA or is declared as an emergency or disaster of national significance. Employment Recovery DWGs temporarily expand capacity to serve dislocated workers and to meet the increased demand for employment and training services following a qualifying event.

 

LAW ENFORCEMENT, PUBLIC SAFETY & REENTRY EMPLOYMENT FUNDING

U.S. Department of Justice: BJA FY 22 Preventing School Violence: BJA's STOP School Violence Program

Deadline: June 14, 2022 Amount: Up to $2 million Match: No

Eligibility: States, IHEs, cities, counties, nonprofits, school districts. To advance Executive Order 13929 Safe Policing for Safe Communities, the Attorney General determined that all state, local, and university or college law enforcement agencies must be certified by an approved independent credentialing body or have started the certification process to be eligible for FY 2022 DOJ discretionary grant funding. https://bja.ojp.gov/funding/opportunities/o-bja-2022-171118

The program seeks to increase school safety by implementing: training that will improve school climate using school-based behavioral threat assessments and/or intervention teams to identify school violence risks among students; technological solutions such as anonymous reporting technology that can be implemented as a mobile phone-based app, a hotline, or a website in the applicant's geographic area to enable students, teachers, staff, and community members to anonymously identify threats of school violence; or other school safety strategies that assist in preventing violence.

 

U.S. Department of Justice: COPS FY 2022 School Violence Prevention Program

Deadline: June 14, 2022 Amount: Up to $500,000 Match: Yes

Eligibility: States, cities, counties, school districts, Indian tribes, and their public agencies. To advance Executive Order 13929 Safe Policing for Safe Communities, as of October 28, 2020, the Attorney General determined that all state, local, and university or college law enforcement agencies must be certified by an approved independent credentialing body or have started the certification process to be allocated FY 2022 DOJ discretionary grant funding, either as a recipient or a subrecipient.

https://cops.usdoj.gov/grants

The goal of the School Violence Prevention Program (SVPP) is to improve security at schools and on school grounds through the implementation of evidence-based school safety programs and technology. SVPP awards will contribute to this goal by funding projects which include funding of civilian personnel to serve as coordinators with local law enforcement, training for local law enforcement officers, purchase and installation of certain allowable equipment and technology, and other measures to significantly improve school security. Anticipated outcomes of SVPP awards include: improved information sharing with local law enforcement; increased interaction and improved communications between law enforcement and school officials; reduced notification times to law enforcement; improved response time to threats and events; accurate identification of danger (without resort to discriminatory stereotypes or violating privacy) and follow-up; increased knowledge of and use of community policing principles; and increased school safety and sustainability planning efforts.

 

U.S. Department of Justice: BJA FY 22 Harold Rogers Prescription Drug Monitoring Program

Deadline: June 15, 2022 Amount: Up to $1.4 million Match: No

Eligibility: States, cities and counties https://bja.ojp.gov/funding/opportunities/o-bja-2022-171290

OJP is committed to advancing work that promotes civil rights and racial equity, increases access to justice, supports crime victims and individuals impacted by the justice system, strengthens community safety and protects the public from crime and evolving threats, and builds trust between law enforcement and the community. The Harold Rogers Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) enhances the capacity of regulatory and law enforcement agencies and public health officials to collect and analyze controlled substance prescription data and other scheduled chemical products through a centralized database administered by an authorized agency.

 

U.S. Department of Justice: BJA FY 22 Community Courts Initiative

Deadline: June 21, 2022 Amount: Up to $600,000 Match: Yes

Eligibility: States, cities, counties and tribal governments https://bja.ojp.gov/funding/opportunities/o-bja-2022-171297

The Community Courts Initiative supports efforts by state, local, and federally recognized American Indian tribal governments to establish and enhance community courts in their jurisdictions. Community courts are neighborhood-focused court programs that combine the power of the community and the justice system to address local problems. They connect persons committing less serious crimes - often misdemeanor cases - to judicially supervised substance use disorder treatment, alternative sanctions, and other community-based services.

 

U.S. Department of Justice: NIJ FY22 Evaluation of OJP Community Based Violence Intervention and Prevention Initiative (CVIPI) Projects

Deadline: June 21, 2022

Amount: $1.9 million for entire program Match: No

Eligibility: Cities, counties, for profits, school districts, tribal governments and organizations, IHEs, public housing authorities, small businesses and special districts

https://nij.ojp.gov/funding/opportunities/o-nij-2022-171279

NIJ seeks proposals for rigorous, independent evaluations of the outcome and impact of projects funded under the OJP solicitation. Such evaluations are also expected to examine questions regarding program implementation (e.g., process evaluation). To be considered under this solicitation, an applicant must collaborate with an entity applying to the OJP solicitation and clearly document that collaboration with a signed memorandum of understanding or letter of support. NIJ will only consider applications addressing Categories 3 and 4 of the OJP solicitation.

 

U.S. Department of Justice: BJA FY 22 Postconviction Testing of DNA Evidence

Deadline: June 22, 2022 Amount: Up to $500,000 Match: No

Eligibility: States, cities, counties, IHEs https://bja.ojp.gov/funding/opportunities/o-bja-2022-171340

The Postconviction Testing of DNA Evidence Program provides funds to assist in defraying the costs associated with postconviction case review, evidence location, and DNA testing in violent felony cases (as defined by state law) where the results of such testing might demonstrate actual innocence. BJA seeks proposals for funding to assist in defraying the costs associated with postconviction DNA testing in cases of violent felony offenses (as defined by state law) in which actual innocence might be demonstrated. This program furthers the Department’s mission by ensuring the availability of fair and impartial administration of justice to individuals who may have been unjustly convicted.

 

U.S. Department of Justice: BJA FY 22 Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Grants Program - Competitive

Deadline: June 22, 2022 Amount: Up to $500,000 Match: No

Eligibility: States, cities and counties https://bja.ojp.gov/funding/opportunities/o-bja-2022-171341

Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) seeks proposals for competitive funding under the Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Grants Program (Coverdell Program), which awards grants to states and units of local government to help improve forensic science and medical examiner/coroner services.

 

U.S. Department of Justice: Community Policing Development (CPD) Microgrants Program

Deadline: June 23, 2022

Amount: There is approximately $3 million in funding available through FY 2022 in funding for multiple awards available through the FY 2022 CPD Microgrant program. Each award is one year (12 months) in length.

Match: No

Eligibility: Law enforcement agencies https://cops.usdoj.gov/cpdmicrogrants

Community Policing Development (CPD) Microgrants Program funds are used to develop law enforcement’s capacity to implement community policing strategies by providing funding to local, state, tribal, and territorial law enforcement agencies. When properly applied, community policing improves the identification and prioritization of community problems; builds trust and relationships between law enforcement and the communities they serve; and enables an agency to build a culture toward accountability, transparency, open communication, and mutual trust.

 

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program

Deadline: June 28, 2022 Amount: $1 million to $15 million Match: Yes

Eligibility: States, counties, cities, special districts https://www.hud.gov/program_offices/comm_planning/yhdp

HUD will select up to 25 communities to participate in the Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP) to develop and execute a coordinated community approach to preventing and ending youth homelessness. Only CoC Collaborative Applicants may apply for a community under this NOFO

 

U.S. Department of Justice: Antiterrorism and Emergency Assistance Program for Crime Victim Compensation and/or Assistance

Deadline: Open

Amount: There are no minimum or maximum levels of funding for grant awards. OVC will work with applicants to ensure that the level of funding requested is necessary to meet their unique circumstances and needs.

Match: No

Eligibility: Eligible applicants are limited to state victim assistance programs; public agencies, including federal, state, and local governments, federally recognized Indian tribal governments, public institutions of higher education; and victim service and nongovernmental organizations. https://ovc.ncjrs.gov/Solicitation.aspx?utm_source=newsfromovc&utm_medium=email&utm_content=respon se_to_opioid_crisis_5.30.2018&utm_c

This program is designed to supplement the resources and services of entities responding to these acts when a jurisdiction has been overwhelmed after such an incident. AEAP funds can assist with crisis response in the initial aftermath of an event; help victims adapt, restore their equilibrium, and deal with the consequences of the event; and facilitate victim participation in the judicial process. AEAP is also designed to supplement state crime victim compensation administrative agencies that reimburse victims for out-of- pocket expenses related to their victimization. Additionally, training and technical assistance funds are available to identify resources, assess needs, coordinate services to victims, and develop strategies for responding to an event.

 

FIRE & EMERGENCY SERVICES FUNDING

Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation Deadlines: August 17, 2022, and November 2, 2022 Amount: $15,000 to $25,000

Eligibility: Public safety organizations, such as fire departments, law enforcement agencies, first responders,

EMS organizations, nonprofit organizations and schools http://grants.firehousesubs.com/

The mission of the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation is to impact the life-saving capabilities and the lives of local heroes and their communities. The Foundation supports public safety organizations in the communities served by Firehouse Subs restaurants across the country. The Foundation's areas of interest include:

Life-Saving Equipment

The focus is on providing first responders with equipment to improve their life-saving capabilities. Disaster Relief

The focus is on providing assistance and resources after natural and man-made disasters such as fire, tornadoes, hurricanes, etc.

Prevention Education

The focus is on prevention educational tools to the public about the importance of fire safety, public safety, and natural disaster preparedness in order to prevent disasters in the home and community.

Military and Local Heroes

The focus is on organizations that benefit men and women of the military who have served their country in any of the branches of the United States Uniformed Services.

Scholarships and Continued Education

The focus is on providing financial resources to accredited organizations to assist individuals pursuing a career in the public safety sector.

FM Global Fire Prevention Grant Program

Deadline: March 31, June 30, September 30 and December 31 annually Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Fire departments and brigades, as well as national, state, regional, local, and community organizations

https://www.fmglobal.com/about-us/our-business/corporate-responsibility/fm-global-fire-prevention-grant- program

The FM Global Fire Prevention Grant Program supports a wide array of fire prevention, preparedness, and control efforts throughout the U.S. and internationally. Funded projects include pre-incident planning, fire and arson prevention and investigation, and fire prevention education and training programs.

 

Brothers Helping Brothers

Deadline: Ongoing

Amount: Varies. Award examples vary between $500 and $13,000

Eligibility: Fire departments and EMS organizations serving a population of less than 10,000 and less than 30 employees with majority as volunteer or paid call

https://www.brothershelpingbrothers.org/

Brothers Helping Brothers helps small and rural fire departments throughout the U.S. with equipment needs by donating vital life-saving tools. Equipment grants as well as used equipment donations are provided.

 

Marathon Petroleum Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits, federal, state or local government entity in communities where company has significant presence

https://www.marathonpetroleum.com/Sustainability/Creating-Shared-Value-and-Opportunity/Marathon- Petroleum-Foundation/

Marathon provides funding for projects in the following categories:

  • Environmental conservation and
  • Public safety

 

Firefighters Charitable Foundation

Deadline: Continuous Amount: Varies Match: None

https://www.ffcf.org/fire-departments

Assists fire and disaster victims; and supports

Volunteer Fire Departments. Grants offered for the following needs/programs: AED (Automatic External Defibrillator); Fire Department Equipment Program; Community Smoke Detector Program; and the Juvenile Fire-setter Prevention and Intervention Program.

 

HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES, NUTRITION AND EDUCATION FUNDING

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Maternity Group Home Program

Deadline: June 27, 2022 Amount: $100,000 to $250,000 Match: Yes

Eligibility: Cities, counties, nonprofits, school districts, special districts, IHEs, public housing authorities, tribal governments and organizations

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=335493

The Maternity Group Home (MGH) program provides safe, stable, and appropriate shelter only for pregnant and/or parenting youth ages 16 to under 22 and their dependent child(ren) for 18 months and, under extenuating circumstances, up to 21 months. Service providers must accommodate for the needs and safety of the dependent children to include facility safety standards for infants and children on the premises. MGH services include, but are not limited to, parenting skills, child development, family budgeting, and health and nutrition education, in addition to the required services provided under the Transitional Living Program to help MGH youth realize improvements in four core outcome areas. The MGH combination of shelter and services is designed to promote long-term, economic independence to ensure the well-being of the youth and their child(ren).

 

Community Care Corps Deadline: July 8, 2022 Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits and government agencies https://www.communitycarecorps.org/rfp

Community Care Corps is a national program that works to increase the number of volunteer programs available at the local level to provide non-medical care to older adults, persons with disabilities, and family caregivers. Community Care Corps has released a Request for Proposals (RFP) for innovative local models in which volunteers assist family caregivers or directly assist older adults or adults with disabilities with non- medical care to maintain their independence. Funded model volunteer programs must serve one or more of three target populations: family caregivers, persons aged 60 and older who have difficulty living independently, and/or persons over age 18 with a disability.

 

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Ready Tools for Identification, Prevention, and Treatment of Individuals at Risk for Suicide

Funding Opportunity Number: NOT-MH-21-110 Deadline: June 15, 2022

Amount: Not specified Match: No

Eligibility: Nonprofits, for-profit organizations, private, public and state-controlled IHEs, Native American governments and organizations, cities, counties, states, special districts and independent school districts https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=328531

NIMH seeks applications for research projects to evaluate the effectiveness of service-ready tools and technologies that can be used to advance training, quality monitoring, and quality improvement efforts and ultimately improve the availability of evidence-based suicide prevention services. Specifically, this initiative encourages research on the effectiveness-implementation continuum aimed at (1) developing and testing the effectiveness of optimized, service-ready suicide prevention tools for identification, prevention, and treatment of individuals at risk for suicide; and (2) testing strategies to improve adoption, implementation fidelity, and sustained use of these tools, guided by an implementation science framework. Given the focus on practice- ready accessible resources and products that could be readily integrated into practice, NIMH encourages the use of technology and other design features that make the tools scalable and robust against implementation drift, and a deployment-focused approach that takes into account the perspectives of key stakeholders (e.g., service users, providers, administrators) and system-level factors, such as workforce capacity that influence potential integration of tools into clinical workflows.

 

U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission: Pool Safety Grant Program

Deadline: June 20, 2022 Amount: $50,000 to $400,000 Match: No

Eligibility: States, counties, cities https://www.poolsafely.gov/?s=pool+safely+grant+program

The PGSP funding opportunity assists state and local governments in implementing enforcement and education programs to prevent the drowning and drain entrapment of children in pools and spas.

 

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Transitional Living Program

Deadline: June 23, 2022 Amount: $100,000 to $250,000 Match: Yes

Eligibility: Counties, cities, nonprofits, school districts, IHEs, public housing authorities, special districts, tribal governments and organizations

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=335490

The Transitional Living Program (TLP) provides safe, stable, and appropriate shelter for runaway and homeless youth ages 16 to under 22 for up to 18 months and, under extenuating circumstances, can be extended to 21 months. TLPs provide comprehensive services that supports the transition of homeless youth to self-sufficiency and stable, independent living. Through the provision of shelter and an array of comprehensive services, TLP youth will realize improvements in four core outcome areas (i.e., safe and stable housing, education/employment, permanent connections, and social and emotional well-being).

 

U.S. Department of Agriculture: FY 2022 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Process and Technology Improvement Grants

Deadline: June 27, 2022 Amount: $20,000 to $2 million Match: No

Eligibility: States, local governments, agencies providing health or welfare services, public health entities, educational entities and nonprofits

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=339808

These grants, known as Process and Technology Improvement Grants, allow applicants to "develop and implement supplemental nutrition assistance program simplified application and eligibility determination systems." Process and Technology Improvement Grants support efforts by State agencies and their community-based and faith-based partners to develop and implement projects that focus on improving the quality and efficiency of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) operations and processes.

 

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Rural Communities Opioid Response Program - Medication Assisted Treatment Access

Deadline: June 30, 2022 Amount: Up to $1 million Match: No

Eligibility: Counties, cities, school districts, nonprofits, special districts, public housing authorities, tribal organizations and governments

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=339574

The purpose of this program is to establish new MAT access points and increase the capacity for sustainable MAT service provision in rural areas.

 

L.B. Research and Education Foundation Deadline: None

Amount: $10,000 to $75,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits

Summary: Grants are provided to organizations that address one of the following areas: In the Education category, the focus is on supporting inventive approaches that boost engagement and achievement for populations that face education opportunity gaps tied to poverty, gender, race/ethnicity, trauma, etc. The Foundation values educational approaches that foster independent and critical thinking, activate creativity, and/or offer alternatives to traditional education. Project ideas serving any age group, from early childhood

 

through postsecondary and vocational education are considered. In the Health category, the focus is on addressing health issues that are prevalent among vulnerable populations who face barriers to accessing adequate care. The Foundation has a particular interest in supporting efforts that remove the stigma of mental illness and that increase the awareness of the prevalence of these issues, especially in underserved populations. Priority in both categories is given to proposals that have a specific research or dissemination mechanism in place for the community solution that could lead to positive changes on a regional, national, or global scale.

Contact Information: Interested organizations are invited to email a 400 word or less description of their funding idea to inquiries@thelbfoundation.org. (The Foundation does not currently have a website.)

 

Bob Barker Company Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: $5,000 to $25,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and educational institutions http://www.bobbarkercompanyfoundation.org/

The mission of the Bob Barker Company Foundation is to develop and support programs that help incarcerated individuals successfully reenter society and stay out for life. The Foundation supports organizations throughout the U.S. that work with the incarcerated community in order to prepare them physically, spiritually, and emotionally for successful reentry into society. Applying organizations must work with a minimum of 100 incarcerated or formerly incarcerated individuals each year.

 

Desert Healthcare District

Deadline: LOI – Continuous

Amount: Not specified. $61,000 annual giving

Eligibility: Government agencies and nonprofit organizations in Coachella Valley http://www.dhcd.org/

The Desert Healthcare District provides grants to nonprofit organizations and government agencies that promote good health in the Coachella Valley of California.

  • Responsive Grants - Community health and wellness services in the development and implementation of new programs and services
  • Sustaining Programs - Critical community health and wellness services provided by an established District partner that is a nonprofit, community-based organization or public agency.
  • Proactive Projects - Leveraging financial, intellectual, and technical resources to identify and alleviate healthcare disparities, address and improve access to health and wellness services, and create environmental change that supports optimal health and a culture of wellness.
  • Mini Grants - This program allows the community to access support for small health initiatives that possibly do not have the capacity for a large program or project.

 

Joseph Drown Foundation Education & Community Grants Deadline: Quarterly (April 15th; July 15th; October 15th) Amount: Varies by application

Match: None

Eligibility: 501(c)(3) nonprofits, government institutions, schools in the Los Angeles area

http://www.jdrown.org/mission/index.html

The Foundation is interested in programs that break down any barrier that prevents a person from continuing to grow and learn through grant programs including:

  1. Education: Education programs in K-12, at both public and private schools that seek to solve the existing problems in Los Angeles area schools. Favor is given to those programs directed at talented middle income students who are unable to obtain assistance from sources specifically available to low income students.
  2. Community, Health, & Social Services: Foundation supports programs that encourage all individuals to reach their fullest potential. The best chance a young person has to reach that goal is to stay in school, inside a functioning family, and outside the juvenile justice system. Programs that deal with issues such as the high drop-out rate, lack of sufficient health care, substance abuse and violence.

 

The Crail-Johnson Foundation: Grant-making Programs

Deadline: Quarterly. Education Grants September 1 – September 30; Human Services Grants December 15 – January 15; Health Grants April 15 – May 15

Amount: $100 - $45,000 Match: None

Eligibility: The Foundation primarily supports nonprofit organizations benefiting children, youth, and families in the greater Los Angeles, CA, area. National organizations providing services in Los Angeles are also considered. Occasionally, grants are made to programs and projects that are regional or national in scope, where potential benefits to children and families in Los Angeles can be clearly demonstrated.

http://crail-johnson.org/grant-making/

The Foundation supports programs as a means to address the long-term well-being of children, youth and community. It is through the support of Education, Human Services and Health that the Foundation hopes to assist in providing children, youth and their families with the tools necessary to build a life of quality. Support is exclusively focused on programs that address the needs of economically, socially and physically disadvantaged children. The Foundation supports both proven approaches and innovative programs aimed at systemic change and provides support for new, continuing, or expanding programs.

Human Services interests include: Child abuse and domestic violence prevention and treatment; food banks, food pantries and food distribution; homeless services, and; youth development and enrichment. Education interests include: Early care and education; literacy, arts education, parent engagement and education; STEM curriculum, and; youth development

Health interests include: Community health, with a focus on whole person/whole family health, and overall goals to improve access to care, provide education, screening, and treatment, and improve health outcomes; mental health and wellbeing, especially for students, the homeless and unhoused, and special needs individuals and their caregivers/families; direct medical services, (especially pediatric care) provided at community clinics/federally qualified health centers) and school-based health centers; and dental care.

 

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation Deadline: LOI’s accepted throughout the year Amount: Not specified

Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Municipalities and nonprofits https://hjweinbergfoundation.org/grants/process/

The Older Adults program is the single largest grant making area from this Foundation. These include grants for residential care facilities, such as nursing homes or assisted living residences that are aiming to make their facilities more “home-like.” The Foundations also funds home repair and home modification services for older adults. Community-based facilities, like senior centers and adult day program sites, are also a funded area. Elder homelessness, elder abuse emergency services, caregiver support, promotion of professional long-term care workforce, and economic security programs for seniors are also eligible for consideration for funding.

 

The California Wellness Foundation

Deadline: No LOI deadline Amount: $120,000 to $200,000 Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations, public agencies, religious organizations and tribal governments http://www.calwellness.org/

The mission of The California Wellness Foundation is to improve the health of the people of California by making grants for health promotion, wellness education, and disease prevention.

The Foundation pursues the following goals through its grantmaking:

  • to address the particular health needs of traditionally underserved populations, including low-income individuals, people of color, youth, and residents of rural areas;
  • to support and strengthen nonprofit organizations that seek to improve the health of underserved populations;
  • to recognize and encourage leaders who are working to increase health and wellness within their communities; and,
  • to inform policymakers and opinion leaders about important wellness and healthcare issues.

 

The Kresge Foundation: Developing Healthy Places Grants

Deadline: Continuous. Preliminary applications may be submitted at any time. Amount: Varies by program. The Foundation's Total Annual Giving is $125,200,000 Match: None

Eligibility: Government entities and 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations http://kresge.org/programs/health/developing-healthy-places

The Kresge Foundation works to reduce health disparities among children and adults by addressing conditions that lead to poor health outcomes. The Foundation’s Developing Healthy Places program supports place-based, community-driven efforts to promote health and remove barriers to opportunity for people in low-income neighborhoods. In the Healthy Housing and Neighborhoods category, support is provided to organizations working to address policies, systems change, and communication to connect health and housing; policies that promote healthy housing and mitigate the impacts of substandard housing; and innovative investments that connect community development, health, and housing.

 

The Kresge Foundation: Human Services Program

Deadline: Continuous Amount: Varies.

Match: None

Eligibility: government agencies and 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations http://kresge.org/programs/human-services/advancing-effectiveness-human-serving-organizations

The Kresge Foundation works to improve the life circumstances of poor and low-income children and adults and those living in underserved communities. Through the Human Services Program, the Foundation seeks to expand access and opportunity for individuals and families who are vulnerable and low-income by strengthening human services organizations and promoting new responses to challenges in the sector.

 

Stuart Foundation Grant Funding

Deadline: Continuous (LOIs may be submitted at any time) Amount: Varies.

Eligibility: school districts, universities, and government entities such as city or county agencies in California http://www.stuartfoundation.org/BecomeOurPartner

The Stuart Foundation is dedicated to transforming the public education and child welfare systems so that all youth can learn and achieve in school and life. The Foundation: The Education Systems category invests in coordinated programs, partnerships, and research and policy analysis that help students to learn and achieve in school by developing effective education systems. The Vulnerable Youth in Child Welfare category partners with child welfare agencies to help children and youth in foster care to realize positive outcomes in the following focus areas: safety, permanency, well-being, education opportunities, and youth, family, and community engagement.

 

THE ARTS, LIBRARIES AND HISTORICAL PRESERVATION

National Endowment for the Arts: NEA Grants for Arts Projects 2, FY2023

Deadline: July 7, 2022 Amount: $10,000 to $150,000 Match: Yes

Eligibility: Cities, counties, school districts, IHEs, special districts, nonprofits, tribal governments

https://www.arts.gov/grants/grants-for-arts-projects

Grants for Arts Projects is our principal grants program for organizations based in the United States. Through project-based funding, the program supports public engagement with, and access to, various forms of art across the nation, the creation of art, learning in the arts at all stages of life, and the integration of the arts into the fabric of community life.

 

National Endowment for the Humanities: Humanities Collections and Reference Resources

Deadline: July 19, 2022 Amount: Up to $350,000 Match: No

 

Eligibility: Cities, counties, IHEs, special districts, nonprofits and tribal governments https://www.neh.gov/grants/preservation/humanities-collections-and-reference-resources

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Division of Preservation and Access is accepting applications for the Humanities Collections and Reference Resources program. This program supports projects that provide an essential underpinning for scholarship, education, and public programming in the humanities. It strengthens efforts to extend the reach of humanities collections and make their intellectual content widely accessible. Awards also support the creation of reference resources that facilitate the use of cultural materials, from works that provide basic information quickly to tools that synthesize and codify knowledge of a subject for in-depth investigation.

 

National Endowment for the Arts: NEA Our Town, FY2023

Deadline: August 4, 2022 Amount: $25,000 to $150,000 Match: Yes

Eligibility: Cities, counties, states, nonprofits, school districts, IHEs, special districts, tribal governments https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=340510

Our Town is the National Endowment for the Arts’ creative placemaking grants program. Through project- based funding, we support projects that integrate arts, culture, and design activities into efforts that strengthen communities by advancing local economic, physical, and/or social outcomes. Successful Our Town projects ultimately lay the groundwork for systemic changes that sustain the integration of arts, culture, and design into local strategies for strengthening communities. These projects require a partnership between a local government entity and nonprofit organization, one of which must be a cultural organization; and should engage in partnership with other sectors (such as agriculture and food, economic development, education and youth, environment and energy, health, housing, public safety, transportation, and workforce development).

 

National Endowment for the Humanities: Media Projects

Deadline: August 10, 2022 Amount: Up to $1 million Match: No

Eligibility: Cities, counties, special districts, IHEs, nonprofits and tribal governments https://www.neh.gov/program/media-projects

The purpose of this program is to support collaboration between media producers and scholars to develop humanities content and to prepare documentary films, radio, and podcasts that engage public audiences with humanities ideas in creative and appealing ways. All projects must be grounded in humanities scholarship.

NEH makes Media Projects awards at two levels: Development and Production.

 

U.S. National Park Service: FY2022 Historic Preservation Fund - Underrepresented Community Grants

Deadline: August 10, 2022 Amount: $15,000 to $75,000 Match: No

Eligibility: Cities, counties, special districts, tribal governments and organizations https://www.nps.gov/subjects/historicpreservationfund/underrepresented-community-grants.htm

The National Park Service’s (NPS) Underrepresented Community Grant Program (URC) is intended to diversify the nominations submitted to the National Register of Historic Places to include communities that are currently underrepresented. URC grants are funded by the Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) and are administered by the NPS. Projects include surveys and nominations of historic sites associated with communities underrepresented in the National Register. Every URC project MUST result in at least one new or amended nomination to the National Register of Historic Places.

 

U.S. National Park Service: FY2022 Historic Preservation Fund- History of Equal Rights- Preservation Grants

Deadline: September 14, 2022 Amount: $15,000 to $750,000 Match: No

 

Eligibility: Cities, counties, school districts, IHEs, special districts, nonprofits, tribal governments and organizations

https://www.nps.gov/subjects/historicpreservationfund/history-of-equal-rights.htm

The National Park Service’s (NPS) History of Equal Rights Grant Program (HER) will preserve sites related to the struggle of all American's to achieve equal rights. HER grants are funded by the Historic Preservation Fund (HPF), administered by the NPS, and will fund a broad range of preservation projects for historic sites including: architectural services, historic structure reports, preservation plans, and physical preservation to structures.

 

National Endowment for the Humanities: Public Humanities Project

Deadline: January 11, 2023 Amount: Up to $1 million Match: No

Eligibility: Cities, counties, special districts, nonprofits, IHEs, tribal governments https://www.neh.gov/grants/public/public-humanities-projects

The purpose of this program is to support projects that bring the ideas and insights of the humanities to life for general audiences through in-person, hybrid, or virtual programming. Projects must engage humanities scholarship to analyze significant themes in disciplines such as history, literature, ethics, and art history.

 

The Pilcrow Foundation: Children’s Book Project

Deadline: April 1 and October 1, annually

Amount: Through the program, a library's local sponsors can contribute from $200 to $400, which the Foundation matches on a 2-to-1 ratio. Thus, a library can receive up to $1,200 worth of children's books. Eligibility: Libraries located in rural areas with limited operating budget and an active children’s department. The Foundation accepts applications from independent rural public libraries and Native American Tribal libraries as well as libraries that are part of a county, regional, or cooperative system. https://thepilcrowfoundation.org/childrens-book-project/

The mission of the Pilcrow Foundation is to provide new, quality, hardcover children's books to rural public libraries across the United States. The Foundation provides a list of over 500 quality hardcover children's books from which grant recipients can select books best suited for their community.

 

The CARESTAR Foundation

Deadline: LOI can be submitted online at any time Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Public agencies and nonprofits https://carestarfoundation.org/funding-guidelines/

Foundation was founded in 2017 as a result of the sale of the air ambulance company CALSTAR (California Shock Trauma Air Rescue), and honors this legacy of lifesaving work in the field of emergency and prehospital care. CARESTAR's mission is to improve health outcomes for all Californians by applying a racial equity lens to fund and advocate for improvements to the emergency response system. CARESTAR supports innovative programs, projects, and organizations that will build knowledge, strengthen partnerships and programs, and advance critical policies towards a more equitable, unified, and compassionate system of emergency and prehospital care.

 

The Lisa Libraries

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: Book donation - organizations should cover shipping and handling costs

Eligibility: Organizations that work with families in underserved areas throughout the United States http://lisalibraries.org/

The Lisa Libraries donates new children's books and small libraries to organizations that work with families in underserved areas throughout the United States. Support is provided to organizations in low-income or underserved areas that need a small library, need to rebuild or add to a library, or serve children who would benefit by being given new books to take home. Previously supported libraries include libraries at daycare centers, prison visiting areas for children of incarcerated parents, and after-school programs. Donation of books from The Lisa Libraries is free; however, recipient organizations should cover the shipping and handling costs.

 

Georgia Pacific Foundation

Deadline: None

Amount: Varies – Total annual giving $4.5 million

Eligibility: Government entities, educational institutions and nonprofit organizations located where company facilities operate: Antioch, San Leandro, Modesto, Madera, Fresno, Santa Fe Springs or La Mirada https://www.gp.com/community/

The Foundation has identified the following key investment areas:

  • Education
  • Community Enrichment
  • Environment

 

ECMC Foundation Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits, educational institutions and government agencies https://www.ecmcfoundation.org/

The ECMC Foundation works to improve post-secondary outcomes for students from underserved backgrounds nationwide. The Foundation makes investments in two focus areas: The College Success category aims to increase the number of students from historically and presently underserved

backgrounds who persist through and graduate from an institution of higher education with a bachelor's degree. The Career Readiness category aims to improve post-secondary career and technical education outcomes for students from underserved backgrounds. The Foundation is giving priority to requests that address the immediate challenges and opportunities arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

MISCELLANEOUS FUNDING

A Community Thrives Deadline: June 30, 2022 Amount: $2,500 to $100,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits and municipal programs such as libraries and schools https://www.gannettfoundation.org/act/

A Community Thrives, a grantmaking and crowdfunding program of USA TODAY NETWORK with funding from the Gannett Foundation, invests in community-building initiatives across the country. The program is a way to share community improvement ideas on the national stage, gain support through donations and local connections, and get a chance at receiving a portion of an additional $2,000,000 in grants to help projects succeed. During the campaign, nonprofit organizations have the chance to raise funds for their charities on their official A Community Thrives challenge page. At the end of the crowdfunding period, the Gannett Foundation will award grants ranging from $2,500 to $100,000 to selected organizations.

 

Walmart Local Community Grants

Deadline: December 31, 2022 (Grant application window opens February 1, 2022) Amount: Up to $5,000

Eligibility: 501c3 organizations, government entities, K-12 public or nonprofit private school, charter school, community college, state/private college or university or church or other faith-based organization with project that benefits the community at large.

https://walmart.org/how-we-give/local-community-grants

Each year, our U.S. stores and clubs award local cash grants designed to address the unique needs of the communities where we operate. They include a variety of organizations, such as animal shelters, elder services and community clean-up projects.

 

International Paper Foundation: Environmental Education & Literacy Grants Deadline: Quarterly (February 1, April 1, August 1, and October 1, annually) Amount: $100 - $100,000

Match: None

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations, government entities, and school districts http://www.internationalpaper.com/company/regions/north-america/ip-foundation-usa/apply-for-a-grant The foundation's primary focus areas include the following:

 

  1. Environmental Education: The Foundation supports programs that help both younger and older generations understand a sustainable approach balancing environmental, social, and economic needs. Examples of supported programs include:
    • science-based programs targeting children;
    • outdoor classrooms at schools or in communities;
    • outdoor science programs tied to forestry, air, or water; and,
    • education-based programs that promote recycling, tree planting, and composting initiatives.
  2. Literacy: The Foundation addresses literacy through support of programs that:
    • enhance availability of reading materials at school and community libraries;
    • enhance reading skills of children and adults; and,
    • teach English as a Second Language (ESL).

 

Kress Conservation Grant Program

Deadline*: March 1, September 1, December 1 - Annually Amount: Generally, $10,000-$25,000

Match: Case by case basis – the foundation will review the detailed budget to see if any elements are particularly suited for their support

Eligibility: non-profit institutions with 501(c) 3 status, based in the United States, including supporting foundations of European institutions

www.kressfoundation.org/grants/conservation/

The Conservation program supports the professional practice of art conservation, especially as it relates to European art of the pre-modern era. Grants are awarded to projects that create and disseminate specialized knowledge, including archival projects, development and dissemination of scholarly databases, documentation projects, exhibitions and publications focusing on art conservation, scholarly publications, and technical and scientific studies. Grants are also awarded for activities that permit conservators and conservation scientists to share their expertise with both professional colleagues and a broad audience through international exchanges, professional meetings, conferences, symposia, consultations, the presentation of research, exhibitions that include a prominent focus on materials and techniques, and other professional events.

 

The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation Deadline: May 10 and November 10, annually Amount: $1,000 - $20,000

Match: No

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations https://www.mvdreyfusfoundation.org/application-guidelines

The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation provides support to community-based nonprofit organizations throughout the United States for whom a small amount of money can make a big difference.

The Foundation will consider requests to support the following: museums; cultural and performing arts programs; schools; hospitals; environmental and wildlife protection activities; educational and skills training projects; programs for youth, seniors, and the handicapped; and, other community-based programming.

 

The Black Family Foundation

Deadline: Contact the foundation for application deadlines. Amount: $2,500 - $55,000

Eligibility: Non-Profits

Contact: 1540 East Lake Road, Suite 300, Erie, PA 16511 814-870-7705

The Foundation supports: Community and economic development; civic affairs, including leadership development and social entrepreneurship; education; environment, including climate change and sustainability; science; and social services, including social justice and social change.

 

Waste Management Charitable Giving Program

Deadline: Continuous Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: 501(c)(3) organization or public organizations where any donations requested will be used exclusively for public purposes.

http://www.wm.com/about/community/charitable-giving.jsp

Healthy thriving communities depend on involved citizens, organizations and corporate partners for momentum. We lend our support and services to causes that promote civic pride, economic development and revitalization. Every community has its own challenges, and we strive always to be part of problem- solving initiatives. WM is most motivated to support programs that support environment, environmental education, and causes important to the areas they operate.

 

NONPROFIT/COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATION FUNDING

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation: WaterSMART Drought Response Program: Drought Resiliency Projects for Fiscal Year 2023

Deadline: June 15, 2022 Amount: Up to $5 million Match: Yes

Eligibility: States, cities, counties, special districts, tribal governments and nonprofits https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=338924

Funding supports Drought Resiliency Projects that will build long-term resilience to drought and reduce the need for emergency response actions. These projects are generally in the final design stage-environmental and cultural resources compliance may have been initiated, and the non-Federal funding, necessary permits, and other required approvals have been secured.

 

The Ben & Jerry's Foundation

Deadline: Three times annually, 2022 deadlines are June 15, July 15 and August 15 Amount: Up to $30,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit grassroots, constituent-led organizations with budgets of $500,000 or less https://benandjerrysfoundation.org/national-grants/

Foundation supports grassroots groups throughout the U.S. and its territories that are led by the people most impacted by the legacies of white supremacy culture as they organize for racial equity, and social and environmental justice. The Foundation's National Grassroots Organizing Program supports organizations across the country that are working to help themselves and their communities create broad systems change through community organizing and movement-building efforts. Priority is given to organizations that are led by and center the leadership and agency of Black communities, Indigenous communities, and communities of color that approach their work using anti-oppression values.

 

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Environmental Finance Center Grant Program

Deadline: June 17, 2022 Amount: Up to $13 million Match: No

Eligibility: Nonprofit IHEs and nonprofits https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=339578

The Environmental Finance Center Grant Program offers support for regional centers that will provide services for Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) funded water-related activities. The centers will also support multi-environmental media activities. Supported organizations will provide local governments, states, tribes, and non-governmental organizations with eligible services, such as support in administering funds, capacity building, technical assistance, training, reports and studies, tools, and other eligible activities to protect human health and the environment. Additional priorities include maximizing the potential for BIL funds to provide significant benefit to disadvantaged or tribal communities, tackling the climate crisis, and advancing environmental justice and equity.

 

National Endowment for the Humanities: Humanities Collections and Reference Resources

Deadline: July 19, 2022 Amount: Up to $350,000 Match: No

Eligibility: Cities, counties, IHEs, special districts, nonprofits and tribal governments https://www.neh.gov/grants/preservation/humanities-collections-and-reference-resources

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Division of Preservation and Access is accepting applications for the Humanities Collections and Reference Resources program. This program supports projects that provide an essential underpinning for scholarship, education, and public programming in the humanities. It strengthens efforts to extend the reach of humanities collections and make their intellectual content widely accessible. Awards also support the creation of reference resources that facilitate the use of cultural materials, from works that provide basic information quickly to tools that synthesize and codify knowledge of a subject for in-depth investigation.

 

U.S. Department of Justice: NIJ FY22 Evaluation of OJP Community Based Violence Intervention and Prevention Initiative (CVIPI) Projects

Deadline: June 21, 2022

Amount: $1.9 million for entire program Match: No

Eligibility: Cities, counties, for profits, school districts, tribal governments and organizations, IHEs, public housing authorities, small businesses and special districts

https://nij.ojp.gov/funding/opportunities/o-nij-2022-171279

NIJ seeks proposals for rigorous, independent evaluations of the outcome and impact of projects funded under the OJP solicitation. Such evaluations are also expected to examine questions regarding program implementation (e.g., process evaluation). To be considered under this solicitation, an applicant must collaborate with an entity applying to the OJP solicitation and clearly document that collaboration with a signed memorandum of understanding or letter of support. NIJ will only consider applications addressing Categories 3 and 4 of the OJP solicitation.

 

Del E. Webb Foundation

Deadline: June 21, 2022 and September 20, 2022 Amount: $5,000 to $5 million

Eligibility: Nonprofits https://dewf.net/DEWForg/HomePage.html

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking primarily on child, youth, and health initiatives. Priority is given to projects and programs that offer a pathway to self-sufficiency. The Foundation prefers to fund results-based programs that will impact the future of society by allowing it to reach its maximum potential.

 

National Forest Foundation: Matching Awards Program

Deadline: Round 2 deadline is June 22, 2022

Amount: New applicants should apply for less than $30,000

Match: All grants require at least a one-to-one cash match through non-federal donations Eligibility: Nonprofits, universities and Native American tribes https://www.nationalforests.org/grant-programs/map

The National Forest Foundation was established by Congress to support the Forest Service in its management of America's National Forests and Grasslands. The Foundation's Matching Awards Program (MAP) provides grants to nonprofit organizations, universities, and Native American tribes throughout the U.S. to engage in on-the-ground conservation and restoration projects that enhance forest health and outdoor experiences on National Forests and Grasslands. Funded projects must address one of the following focus areas: The Outdoor Experiences focus area supports projects that improve the quality, condition, and care of outdoor experiences in National Forests. The Forest Health focus area supports citizen-involved projects that maintain or restore ecosystem resiliency in National Forests. The Foundation also encourages projects that integrate the Outdoor Experiences and Forest Health focus areas.

 

U.S. Department of Justice: BJA FY 22 Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Grants Program - Competitive

Deadline: June 22, 2022 Amount: Up to $500,000 Match: No

Eligibility: States, cities and counties https://bja.ojp.gov/funding/opportunities/o-bja-2022-171341

Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) seeks proposals for competitive funding under the Paul Coverdell Forensic Science Improvement Grants Program (Coverdell Program), which awards grants to states and units of local government to help improve forensic science and medical examiner/coroner services.

U.S. Department of Justice: BJA FY 22 Postconviction Testing of DNA Evidence

Deadline: June 22, 2022 Amount: Up to $500,000 Match: No

Eligibility: States, cities, counties, IHEs https://bja.ojp.gov/funding/opportunities/o-bja-2022-171340

The Postconviction Testing of DNA Evidence Program provides funds to assist in defraying the costs associated with postconviction case review, evidence location, and DNA testing in violent felony cases (as defined by state law) where the results of such testing might demonstrate actual innocence. BJA seeks proposals for funding to assist in defraying the costs associated with postconviction DNA testing in cases of violent felony offenses (as defined by state law) in which actual innocence might be demonstrated. This program furthers the Department’s mission by ensuring the availability of fair and impartial administration of justice to individuals who may have been unjustly convicted.

 

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Transitional Living Program

Deadline: June 23, 2022 Amount: $100,000 to $250,000 Match: Yes

Eligibility: Counties, cities, nonprofits, school districts, IHEs, public housing authorities, special districts, tribal governments and organizations

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=335490

The Transitional Living Program (TLP) provides safe, stable, and appropriate shelter for runaway and homeless youth ages 16 to under 22 for up to 18 months and, under extenuating circumstances, can be extended to 21 months. TLPs provide comprehensive services that supports the transition of homeless youth to self-sufficiency and stable, independent living. Through the provision of shelter and an array of comprehensive services, TLP youth will realize improvements in four core outcome areas (i.e., safe and stable housing, education/employment, permanent connections, and social and emotional well-being).

 

Bank of America Charitable Foundation

Deadline: Economic mobility focused on needs of community: June 24, 2022 Amount: $2,500 to $50,000

Eligibility: 501c3 organizations in specific markets (https://about.bankofamerica.com/en/making-an- impact/eligible-states-local-markets)

https://about.bankofamerica.com/en/making-an-impact/charitable-foundation-funding

Foundation is focused on improving the lives of individuals and families by investing in basic needs and workforce development and education and also strengthening broader community vitality by addressing needs related to affordable housing, small business, and neighborhood revitalization. Through our partnerships, we support vulnerable populations, including working families, youth and young adults out of school and work, seniors, individuals living with disabilities, veterans, and those impacted by the criminal justice system – enabling them to move forward toward their goals.

 

National Science Foundation: Campus Cyberinfrastructure

Deadline: June 27, 2022 Amount: $500,000 to $1 million Match: No

Eligibility: Museums, research labs, observatories, IHEs https://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?ods_key=nsf22582

The Campus Cyberinfrastructure (CC*) program invests in coordinated campus-level networking and cyberinfrastructure improvements, innovation, integration, and engineering for science applications and distributed research projects. Science-driven requirements are the primary motivation for any proposed activity.

 

U.S. Department of Agriculture: FY 2022 Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Process and Technology Improvement Grants

Deadline: June 27, 2022 Amount: $20,000 to $2 million Match: No

Eligibility: States, local governments, agencies providing health or welfare services, public health entities, educational entities and nonprofits

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=339808

These grants, known as Process and Technology Improvement Grants, allow applicants to "develop and implement supplemental nutrition assistance program simplified application and eligibility determination systems." Process and Technology Improvement Grants support efforts by State agencies and their community-based and faith-based partners to develop and implement projects that focus on improving the quality and efficiency of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) operations and processes.

 

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Maternity Group Home Program

Deadline: June 27, 2022 Amount: $100,000 to $250,000 Match: Yes

Eligibility: Cities, counties, nonprofits, school districts, special districts, IHEs, public housing authorities, tribal governments and organizations

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=335493

The Maternity Group Home (MGH) program provides safe, stable, and appropriate shelter only for pregnant and/or parenting youth ages 16 to under 22 and their dependent child(ren) for 18 months and, under extenuating circumstances, up to 21 months. Service providers must accommodate for the needs and safety of the dependent children to include facility safety standards for infants and children on the premises. MGH services include, but are not limited to, parenting skills, child development, family budgeting, and health and nutrition education, in addition to the required services provided under the Transitional Living Program to help MGH youth realize improvements in four core outcome areas. The MGH combination of shelter and services is designed to promote long-term, economic independence to ensure the well-being of the youth and their child(ren).

 

School-Based Healthcare Solutions Network

Deadline: June 28, 2022

Amount: 5-YEAR AWARD CEILING. $5,500,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits, education agencies, charter school management companies, and public and charter schools

https://www.sbhsnetwork.com/mentalhealthimplementationgrant

School-Based Healthcare Solutions Network (SBHSN) supports under-resourced public and public charter schools to implement and expand access to quality behavioral health and general pediatric services on school campuses to children living in rural and urban communities. Grants are intended to help organizations and schools to implement and expand mental health program services on local school campuses.

 

Cal OES: 2022-2024 Sexual Assault American Rescue (AR) Program

Deadline: June 29, 2022 Amount: Up to $65,000 Match: No

Eligibility: Non-governmental organizations serving sexual assault victims https://www.caloes.ca.gov/GrantsManagementSite/Documents/AR22_RFP.pdf

The purpose of the AR Program is to help rape crisis centers and sexual assault programs continue adapting to meet the emergency needs of sexual assault survivors in response to the COVID -19 public health emergency.

 

A Community Thrives Deadline: June 30, 2022 Amount: $2,500 to $100,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits and municipal programs such as libraries and schools https://www.gannettfoundation.org/act/

A Community Thrives, a grantmaking and crowdfunding program of USA TODAY NETWORK with funding from the Gannett Foundation, invests in community-building initiatives across the country. The program is a way to share community improvement ideas on the national stage, gain support through donations and local connections, and get a chance at receiving a portion of an additional $2,000,000 in grants to help projects succeed. During the campaign, nonprofit organizations have the chance to raise funds for their charities on their official A Community Thrives challenge page. At the end of the crowdfunding period, the Gannett Foundation will award grants ranging from $2,500 to $100,000 to selected organizations.

 

Gold Futures Challenge Deadline: June 30, 2022 Amount: $25,000 to $100,000

Eligibility: Asian American and Pacific Islander organizations https://goldfutureschallenge.org/

The Challenge will award ten prizes to Asian American and Pacific Islander organizations for projects that ensure that AAPI communities are seen, heard, empowered, and united. The prize amounts will be determined by public vote from a pool of ten finalists chosen by the Challenge's Selection Committee.

Preference is given to organizations that serve historically underrepresented communities; organizations, leaders, or communities who are often overlooked by traditional forms of philanthropy; communities with less access to power and opportunity; and/or causes that are harder to fund. The applying organization's work can be in a particular neighborhood, community, city, county, region, or state, or can have a national impact.

 

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Rural Communities Opioid Response Program - Medication Assisted Treatment Access

Deadline: June 30, 2022 Amount: Up to $1 million Match: No

Eligibility: Counties, cities, school districts, nonprofits, special districts, public housing authorities, tribal organizations and governments

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=339574

The purpose of this program is to establish new MAT access points and increase the capacity for sustainable MAT service provision in rural areas.

 

California Strategic Growth Council: Transformative Climate Communities Grant (Planning or Implementation)

Deadline: Planning Grant Applications due July 1, 2022

Amount: Planning Grants - $1,200,000 is available for four (4) awards of $300,000 each.

Eligibility: Community-based organizations, local governments, nonprofit organizations, philanthropic organizations and foundations, faith-based organizations, coalitions or associations of nonprofit organizations, community development finance institutions, community development corporations, joint powers authorities, and California Native American Tribes.

https://sgc.ca.gov/programs/tcc/

Planning Grants fund planning activities to prepare disadvantaged communities for future funding opportunities in programs that align with the TCC Program’s objectives.

 

Cal OES: 2022-2023 Transitional Housing (XH) Program

Deadline: July 5, 2022 Amount: Up to $350,000 Match: Yes - 20%

Eligibility: Governmental or non-governmental entities https://www.caloes.ca.gov/GrantsManagementSite/Documents/XH22_RFP.pdf

The purpose of the XH Program is to provide victims of crime with transitional/short-term housing assistance and a range of supportive services with the goal of moving victims into safe, permanent housing.

 

National Endowment for the Arts: NEA Grants for Arts Projects 2, FY2023

Deadline: July 7, 2022 Amount: $10,000 to $150,000 Match: Yes

Eligibility: Cities, counties, school districts, IHEs, special districts, nonprofits, tribal governments https://www.arts.gov/grants/grants-for-arts-projects

Grants for Arts Projects is our principal grants program for organizations based in the United States. Through project-based funding, the program supports public engagement with, and access to, various forms of art across the nation, the creation of art, learning in the arts at all stages of life, and the integration of the arts into the fabric of community life.

 

Community Care Corps Deadline: July 8, 2022 Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits and government agencies https://www.communitycarecorps.org/rfp

Community Care Corps is a national program that works to increase the number of volunteer programs available at the local level to provide non-medical care to older adults, persons with disabilities, and family caregivers. Community Care Corps has released a Request for Proposals (RFP) for innovative local models in which volunteers assist family caregivers or directly assist older adults or adults with disabilities with non- medical care to maintain their independence. Funded model volunteer programs must serve one or more of three target populations: family caregivers, persons aged 60 and older who have difficulty living independently, and/or persons over age 18 with a disability.

 

The Home Depot Foundation's Veteran Housing Grants Program Deadline: July 8, 2022 (Requests reviewed three times annually) Amount: $100,000 to $500,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations that have been in existence at least five years and have a current operating budget of at least $300,000 https://corporate.homedepot.com/foundation/veteranhousinggrants

Program awards funding for the new construction or rehabilitation of permanent supportive housing for veterans. Grants are available for the physical construction or repair of housing for veterans; the grant amount must comprise less than 50% of the total development cost of the project. Rural areas will be considered; however, high priority will be given to large metropolitan areas that have a dense veteran population.

 

U.S. Department of Justice: Community-based Approaches to Prevent and Address Hate Crimes

Deadline: July 12, 2022 Amount: Up to $300,000 Match: No

Eligibility: Nonprofits, tribal organizations and private IHEs https://bja.ojp.gov/funding/opportunities/o-bja-2022- 171345?utm_campaign=fundingnewsandresources&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

Through this opportunity, the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) seeks applications for funding to support comprehensive community-based approaches to addressing hate crimes that promote community awareness and preparedness, increase victim reporting, and improve responses to hate crimes. This program empowers community-based organizations and civil rights organizations to establish community- centered approaches for public awareness, education, and prevention of hate crimes. The program is also designed to develop community-informed model policies, practices, and trainings for law enforcement and prosecution entities regarding how hate crimes are reported, investigated, and prosecuted.

 

California Strategic Growth Council: Regional Climate Collaboratives Program Deadline: Pre-proposals due July 15, 2022; Final applications due October 7, 2022 Webinar: See link for specific webinars: https://sgc.ca.gov/news/2022/05-12.html Amount: $500,000 to $1.75 million

Match: No

Eligibility: Local government agencies, JPAs, community-based organizations, nonprofits, small businesses, academic institutions, small businesses

https://sgc.ca.gov/meetings/council/2022/docs/20220428-Item6_AttatchmentA.pdf

The Regional Climate Collaboratives (RCC) Program is a new capacity building grant program for under resourced communities. RCC funds community-rooted and cross-sectoral partners to deepen their relationships and develop the processes, plans, and projects that will drive and sustain climate action. The goal of the program is to strengthen local coordination, leadership, knowledge, skills, and expertise with a particular focus on increasing access to funding resources for project planning and implementation within under-resourced communities. RCC was designed to serve both emerging and established Collaboratives across the state, so Applicants can tailor their proposals based on their size and community context. RCC grant terms are three years.

 

Morgan Stanley Alliance for Children's Mental Health Innovation Awards

Deadline: July 15, 2022 Amount: $100,000 Eligibility: Nonprofits

https://www.morganstanley.com/about-us/giving-back/childrens-mental-health-awards

The Morgan Stanley Alliance for Children's Mental Health Innovation Awards program aims to fund mental healthcare solutions for children and young adults across the United States. This program focuses on new or piloted projects from direct-service organizations that will help address the far-reaching challenge of stress, anxiety, depression, or other mental health issues in children and young adults. Projects must tackle specific issues and address unmet needs, with a goal of reducing stigma, increasing access to care, improving equity in mental health, and enabling early identification/prevention or enhancing intervention, especially among disadvantaged and vulnerable populations. Proposed projects can be on a national, regional, or local level; priority will be given to projects that can show feasibility of replicating the service to benefit children and youth in broader communities.

 

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: FY22 Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grants

Deadline: July 28, 2022 Amount: Up to $500,000 Match: Yes

Eligibility: Cities, counties, public housing authorities, nonprofits, tribal governments https://www.hud.gov/cn

Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grants support the development of comprehensive plans to revitalize severely distressed public housing and/or HUD-assisted housing and the surrounding neighborhood. Communities will develop a comprehensive neighborhood revitalization strategy, or Transformation Plan, to achieve the program's three core goals: Housing, People and Neighborhood. The Transformation Plan will become the guiding document to carryout subsequent implementation of the plan for the target housing units while simultaneously directing the transformation of the surrounding neighborhood and positive outcomes for families.

 

The Road Runners Club of America (RRCA)

Deadline: August 1, 2022 Amount: $500 to $1,000 Eligibility: Nonprofits and schools

https://www.rrca.org/programs/kids-run-the-nation/grant-fund/

Club is dedicated to supporting the growth of grassroots running clubs, training programs, and running events while promoting the common interests of runners. The Kids Run the Nation Grant Fund, an initiative of the RRCA, supports nonprofit organizations and schools ithat are interested in implementing or currently have a youth running program. Since the goal of the grant program is to have kids running at least once a week for multiple weeks, funded programs should offer more than just one-time events.

 

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: FY22 Recovery Implementation

Deadline: August 1, 2022 Amount: $1,000 to $2 million Match: No

Eligibility: Cities, counties, states, school districts, nonprofits, for-profits, IHEs, public housing authorities, special districts, tribal governments and organizations. Applicants are expected to have demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the biology of the involved endangered or threatened species and their ecosystem.

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=337094

The principal objective of this Recovery Implementation funding opportunity is to support the implementation of priority recovery actions for federally endangered and threatened species. The ESA conveys the importance of recovery plans as a central organizing tool for guiding each species’ recovery process by requiring their development for every listed species.

 

National Endowment for the Arts: NEA Our Town, FY2023

Deadline: August 4, 2022 Amount: $25,000 to $150,000 Match: Yes

Eligibility: Cities, counties, states, nonprofits, school districts, IHEs, special districts, tribal governments https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=340510

Our Town is the National Endowment for the Arts’ creative placemaking grants program. Through project- based funding, we support projects that integrate arts, culture, and design activities into efforts that strengthen communities by advancing local economic, physical, and/or social outcomes. Successful Our Town projects ultimately lay the groundwork for systemic changes that sustain the integration of arts, culture, and design into local strategies for strengthening communities. These projects require a partnership between a local government entity and nonprofit organization, one of which must be a cultural organization; and should engage in partnership with other sectors (such as agriculture and food, economic development, education and youth, environment and energy, health, housing, public safety, transportation, and workforce development).

 

The Joseph & Vera Long Foundation

Deadline: August 8, 2022 Amount: $50,000 to $150,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits in Northern California https://www.jvlf.org/

The Joseph & Vera Long Foundation supports nonprofit organizations in Northern California and the state of Hawaii that focus on healthcare, education, and the environment. In 2021, the Foundation will accept requests for invitations (RFIs) for grants in the healthcare and education categories only.

 

National Endowment for the Humanities: Media Projects

Deadline: August 10, 2022 Amount: Up to $1 million Match: No

Eligibility: Cities, counties, special districts, IHEs, nonprofits and tribal governments https://www.neh.gov/program/media-projects

The purpose of this program is to support collaboration between media producers and scholars to develop humanities content and to prepare documentary films, radio, and podcasts that engage public audiences with humanities ideas in creative and appealing ways. All projects must be grounded in humanities scholarship.

NEH makes Media Projects awards at two levels: Development and Production.

 

Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation Deadlines: August 17, 2022 and November 2, 2022 Amount: $15,000 to $25,000

Eligibility: Public safety organizations, such as fire departments, law enforcement agencies, first responders,

EMS organizations, nonprofit organizations and schools http://grants.firehousesubs.com/

The mission of the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation is to impact the life-saving capabilities and the lives of local heroes and their communities. The Foundation supports public safety organizations in the communities served by Firehouse Subs restaurants across the country. The Foundation's areas of interest include:

Life-Saving Equipment

The focus is on providing first responders with equipment to improve their life-saving capabilities. Disaster Relief

The focus is on providing assistance and resources after natural and man-made disasters such as fire, tornadoes, hurricanes, etc.

Prevention Education

The focus is on prevention educational tools to the public about the importance of fire safety, public safety, and natural disaster preparedness in order to prevent disasters in the home and community.

Military and Local Heroes

The focus is on organizations that benefit men and women of the military who have served their country in any of the branches of the United States Uniformed Services.

Scholarships and Continued Education

The focus is on providing financial resources to accredited organizations to assist individuals pursuing a career in the public safety sector.

 

U.S. National Park Service: FY2022 Historic Preservation Fund- History of Equal Rights- Preservation Grants

Deadline: September 14, 2022 Amount: $15,000 to $750,000 Match: No

Eligibility: Cities, counties, school districts, IHEs, special districts, nonprofits, tribal governments and organizations

https://www.nps.gov/subjects/historicpreservationfund/history-of-equal-rights.htm

The National Park Service’s (NPS) History of Equal Rights Grant Program (HER) will preserve sites related to the struggle of all American's to achieve equal rights. HER grants are funded by the Historic Preservation Fund (HPF), administered by the NPS, and will fund a broad range of preservation projects for historic sites including: architectural services, historic structure reports, preservation plans, and physical preservation to structures.

 

AWS Imagine Grant Program

Deadline: September 15, 2022

Amount: Up to $150,000 and in-kind support Eligibility: Nonprofits

https://aws.amazon.com/government-education/nonprofits/aws-imagine-grant-program/

The AWS (Amazon Web Services) IMAGINE Grant Program supports 501(c) nonprofit organizations in the United States that are using technology to solve the world's most pressing challenges. The goal is to empower nonprofit organizations to prioritize technology as a mission-critical component of their projects and to provide support for organizations pursuing technology-driven goals. The Program accepts proposals for pilot projects, proofs of concept, strategic technology planning, or existing programs that utilize technology in a new or expanded way. Grants will be provided in the following two categories: The Momentum to Modernize Award and The Go Further, Faster Award.

 

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Partners for Fish and Wildlife FY22

Deadline: September 30, 2022 Amount: Up to $750,000 Match: Yes

Eligibility: Cities, counties, school districts, nonprofits, IHEs, public housing authorities, for-profits, special districts, tribal governments and organizations. To receive funding, PFW projects must be implemented on private lands, with the exception for efforts that support projects on private lands. https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=336921

The Partners for Fish and Wildlife (PFW) Program is a voluntary, incentive-based program that provides direct technical assistance and financial assistance in the form of cooperative and grant agreements to private landowners to restore and conserve fish and wildlife habitat for the benefit of federal trust resources.

 

Walmart Local Community Grants

Deadline: December 31, 2022 (Grant application window opens February 1, 2022) Amount: Up to $5,000

Eligibility: 501c3 organizations, government entities, K-12 public or nonprofit private school, charter school, community college, state/private college or university or church or other faith-based organization with project that benefits the community at large.

https://walmart.org/how-we-give/local-community-grants

Each year, our U.S. stores and clubs award local cash grants ranging from $250 to $5,000. These local grants are designed to address the unique needs of the communities where we operate. They include a variety of organizations, such as animal shelters, elder services and community clean-up projects.

 

National Endowment for the Humanities: Public Humanities Project

Deadline: January 11, 2023 Amount: Up to $1 million

Match: No

Eligibility: Cities, counties, special districts, nonprofits, IHEs, tribal governments https://www.neh.gov/grants/public/public-humanities-projects

The purpose of this program is to support projects that bring the ideas and insights of the humanities to life for general audiences through in-person, hybrid, or virtual programming. Projects must engage humanities scholarship to analyze significant themes in disciplines such as history, literature, ethics, and art history.

 

California Department of Water Resources: Small Community Drought Relief Program

Deadline: There will be no formal proposal solicitation for this Program. Small communities impacted by the drought are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Applications for funding will be accepted on a first come first served basis until all the funds are awarded, or until December 29, 2023, whichever comes first. Amount: A total of $192 Million in funding from the General Fund is available for grants under this Program. Match: Not required but encouraged

Eligibility: Public agencies, public utilities, special districts, IHEs, mutual water companies, nonprofits, federally recognized Indian tribes

https://water.ca.gov/-/media/DWR-Website/Web-Pages/Work-With-Us/Grants-And-Loans/Small-Community- Drought-Relief/Small-Community-Drought-Relief-Guidelines_2021-Final_ay11_v3.pdf

Summary: Eligible projects for the Small Community Drought Relief Program shall be in counties included in Governor Newsom’s state of emergency proclamations for 2021. Any county or jurisdiction included in a future drought proclamation by the Governor or for circumstances for which the SWRCB determines that drought conditions necessitate urgent and immediate action to ensure availability of safe drinking water, to protect public health and safety, will also qualify for funding. To be eligible for the Small Community Drought Relief Program funding, projects must be designed to benefit small communities and rural communities.

Eligible projects must address one or more program objectives: 1) hauled water 2) temporary community water tanks 3) bottled water 4) water vending machines 5) emergency water interties 6) new wells or rehabilitation of existing wells 7) construction or installation of permanent infrastructure

 

U.S. Economic Development Administration: FY 2021 American Rescue Plan Act Economic Adjustment Assistance

Deadline: Per grants.gov, “While EDA encourages eligible applicants to submit their applications as soon as possible, EDA strongly advises eligible applicants to submit complete applications no later than March 31, 2022”

Amount: $100,000 to $10 million Match: Yes

Eligibility: Cities, counties, states, special districts, nonprofits, IHEs and tribal governments https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=334743

Program is designed to provide a wide-range of financial assistance to communities and regions as they respond to, and recover from, the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, including long-term recovery and resilience to future economic disasters. Under this announcement, EDA solicits applications under the authority of the Economic Adjustment Assistance (EAA) program, which is flexible and responsive to the economic development needs and priorities of local and regional stakeholders. This is the broadest NOFO EDA is publishing under ARPA and any eligible applicant from any EDA Region may apply. EDA expects to fund a number of projects under this NOFO that support communities negatively impacted by the downturn in the coal economy, supporting transitioning away from coal.

 

Wells Fargo Builds

Deadline: The application submission period is open from January 2nd until annual Wells Fargo Builds funding is fully committed.

Amount: Varies between $15,000 and $80,000, depending on number of volunteer team hours Eligibility: Nonprofit housing organizations

https://www.wellsfargo.com/about/corporate-responsibility/community-giving/housing-philanthropy/index The Wells Fargo BuildsSM program provides financial support to eligible 501(c)(3) public nonprofit housing organizations when Wells Fargo team members help build, renovate, paint, or repair a home for low-to- moderate income households.

 

Doris Day Animal Foundation:

Deadline: LOI’s may be submitted in January, April, July and October annually Amount: Up to $5,000

Eligibility: 501c3 organizations https://www.dorisdayanimalfoundation.org/

The Doris Day Animal Foundation is a national charity, founded by legendary performer Doris Day in 1978, with a straightforward mission to help animals and the people who love them. The Foundation provides support to nonprofit organizations across the United States that directly rescue, care for, and protect animals. There is a special focus on programs benefiting senior pets and the people who love them. Additional program interests include spay/neuter programs and pet food pantries.

 

Big Lots Foundation

Deadline: January 1 and July 1, annually Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits https://www.biglots.com/corporate/community/support

The Big Lots Foundation supports nonprofit organizations that improve the lives of families and children in the communities the company serves throughout the United States, with the exception of Alaska and Hawaii. The Foundation's areas of interest include hunger, housing, healthcare, and education, with emphasis on organizations serving women and children. Support is provided in the form of monetary gifts, gift cards, and merchandise. In addition, Big Lots associates volunteer thousands of hours in local communities.

 

Wells Fargo Charitable Contributions Program Deadline: January 3 - September 30, annually Amount: Varies; typically around $50,000

Match: None

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations http://www.wellsfargo.com/about/charitable/index.jhtml

The Wells Fargo Charitable Contributions Program supports nonprofit organizations that address vital community needs and issues in the communities served by the bank.

  • community development, including affordable housing and homebuyer education, workforce development, financial literacy, and economic development;
  • education, including higher education and K-12 education;
  • human services, including childcare, healthcare, and basic needs;
  • the environment, including green economy and clean technologies, natural resources, and endangered species; and,
  • arts and culture, including performing arts and museums; and,
  • civic engagement.

 

ProLiteracy: Literacy Opportunity Fund

Deadline: Quarterly - January 3, April 1, July 1 and October 1 annually Amount: $3,000 to $6,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits https://www.proliteracy.org/Literacy-Opportunity-Fund

ProLiteracy works to change lives and communities through the power of literacy in the belief that a safer, stronger, and more sustainable society starts with an educated adult population. Through the Literacy Opportunity Fund, ProLiteracy provides support to nonprofit adult literacy programs across the country.

General operating grants are intended to help programs effectively serve adult students. Eligible operating expenses include salaries, technology, supplies, teacher stipends, equipment, space rental, etc. Applications may also focus on a particular project or new programming effort.

 

Kress Conservation Grant Program Deadline*: January 15, April 1, and October 1 Amount: Generally, $10,000-$25,000

Match: Case by case basis – the foundation will review the detailed budget to see if any elements are particularly suited for their support

Eligibility: 501(c) 3 organizations

www.kressfoundation.org/grants/conservation/

The Conservation program supports the professional practice of art conservation, especially as it relates to European art of the pre-modern era. Grants are awarded to projects that create and disseminate specialized knowledge, including archival projects, development and dissemination of scholarly databases, documentation projects, exhibitions and publications focusing on art conservation, scholarly publications, and technical and scientific studies. Grants are also awarded for activities that permit conservators and conservation scientists to share their expertise with both professional colleagues and a broad audience through international exchanges, professional meetings, conferences, symposia, consultations, the presentation of research, exhibitions that include a prominent focus on materials and techniques, and other professional events.

 

The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Foundation: Reintegration/Reentry RFP

Deadline: LOI’s are due January 15 and August 15 annually. Grant Applications are due September 15 and February 15 annually

Amount: $10,000 to $200,000 (single or multi-year) Eligibility: 501c3 organizations https://www.rapoportfdn.org/whatwefund

The mission of the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Foundation is to meet basic human needs while building individual and social resiliency. The focus is on projects that will make a substantial difference in the lives of incarcerated men and women after they have completed their sentences. These projects could take place in jail or prison, after incarceration, or both.

 

Captain Planet Foundation

Deadline: ecoSTEM Kits, ecoSolution Grants, and ecoTech Grants: January 15 and July 15, annually Project Learning Garden: December 31, annually

Expected Notification Date: mid-March to late September Match: No

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations and K-12 schools https://www.captainplanetfoundation.org/

The Captain Planet Foundation supports giving the next generation of environmental stewards by providing hands-on environmental stewardship opportunities; inspiring youth and communities to become agents of change for their environment; and, serving as a catalyst for education that uses the environment as a context for applied and STEM learning.

 

ALDI Smart Kids Program

Deadline: Between February 1 and December 15 annually Amount: $100 to $5,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations, public agencies, K-12 schools, and faith-based organizations https://corporate.aldi.us/en/corporate-responsibility/aldi-smart-kids/

The ALDI Smart Kids Program supports nonprofit organizations, public agencies, K-12 schools, and faith- based organizations that promote kids being active and healthy in the communities where ALDI stores are located. Grants and ALDI gift cards are provided to local community organizations that encourage kids to be active in the areas of education, physical activity, nutrition, socializing, and the arts.

 

American Honda Foundation

Deadline: New organizations February 1 and August 1 annually; Returning Organizations, May 1 annually Amount: $20,000 to $75,000 over a one-year period

Eligibility: 501c3 organizations, public school districts and private/public elementary and secondary schools https://www.honda.com/community/applying-for-a-grant

Funding priorities are Youth education, specifically in the areas of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, the environment, job training and literacy.

 

Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples Deadline: June 7, September 7, December 7 (annually) Amount: $500 to $50,000

Eligibility: See guidelines for details on eligibility https://7genfund.submittable.com/submit

The Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples is dedicated to promoting Indigenous peoples' self- determination and the sovereignty of Native nations. The Fund's vision for community renewal and revitalization is an approach that is responsive and respectful, keeping in mind the uniqueness of each Indigenous community. The following types of grants are currently being offered: Community Vitality; Thriving Women; Flicker Fund; and Land, Water, and Climate.

 

Indigenous Environmental Network / Western Mining Action Network: Grassroots Communities Mining Mini-Grant Program

Deadline: February 1, June 1, and October 1 annually Amount: $3,000

Eligibility: Community-based organizations and tribes or tribal programs in the U.S. https://wman-info.org/programs/mini-grant-program/

The focus is on projects that strive to protect the environment, ecosystems, and community health from mining impacts. Requests must be project-specific for needs such as scientific/technical/legal assistance, organizing and outreach, development of campaign materials, etc.

 

Anthem Foundation: Substance Use Disorder

Deadline: January 31, annually Amount: Not specified Eligibility: Nonprofits

https://anthem.foundation/for-grantseekers

The Foundation is emphasizing programs that promote equity in mental health, particularly for people with substance use disorders. We are focusing on programs that include prevention, crisis response, and harm- reduction strategies and reduce barriers to trauma-informed approaches.

 

Anthem Foundation: Food as Medicine

Deadline: May 31, annually Amount: Not specified Eligibility: Nonprofits

https://anthem.foundation/for-grantseekers

The Foundation is emphasizing programs that specifically address health-related social needs, promote equity by reducing the number of food-insecure individuals, and create access to nutritious foods that help combat chronic conditions.

 

Anthem Foundation: Maternal and Child Health

Deadline: August 31, annually Amount: Not specified Eligibility: Nonprofits

https://anthem.foundation/for-grantseekers

The Foundation is emphasizing programs that specifically work to create equity in maternal healthcare by addressing racial disparities, biases, barriers to care, and health-related social needs. The programs should drive specific, measurable maternal/child health outcomes.

 

Cliff Bar Family Foundation: Small Grants Program

Deadline: Applications are reviewed three times per year; the application deadlines are February 1, June 1, and October 1, annually.

Amount: Not specified Eligibility: Nonprofits

http://clifbarfamilyfoundation.org/Grants-Programs/Small-Grants

The Cliff Bar Family Foundation supports nonprofit grassroots organizations that have the ability to engage local groups, positively impact their communities, and focus most of their resources on useful and positive actions. The Foundation supports innovative small and mid-sized groups working to protect the Earth’s beauty and bounty, create a healthy food system, increase opportunities for outdoor activity, reduce environmental health hazards, and build stronger communities.

 

Clif Family Foundation

Deadline: February 1, June 1 and October 1, annually Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits https://cliffamilyfoundation.org/grants-program

The Clif Family Foundation supports nonprofit grassroots organizations that have the ability to engage local groups, positively impact their communities, and focus most of their resources on useful and positive actions. Grants are provided throughout the United States to support innovative groups working to strengthen our food system, enhance equitable community health outcomes, and safeguard our environment and natural resources. Priority is given to organizations that address two or more of the Foundation's funding priorities, demonstrate strong community ties, and operate within viable and clearly defined plans for positive change.

 

Looking Out Foundation

Deadline: February 1 and August 1 annually Amount: $1,000 to $5,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits https://www.lookingoutfoundation.org/

The Looking Out Foundation is dedicated to empowering those without a voice. The Foundation provides support to nonprofit organizations nationwide that address the ever-changing needs of the human race. Program interests include disadvantaged youth; health; community development; women/gender equality; the environment, including environmental education; the arts; human and civil rights; and the hungry and the homeless.

 

American Airlines Giving Program Deadline: February 15 and August 15 annually Amount: Not specified

Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in the communities that American serves, specifically the airline's hub cities of Phoenix, AZ; Los Angeles, CA; Miami, FL; Chicago, IL; New York, NY; Charlotte, NC; Tulsa, OK; Philadelphia, PA; Dallas/Fort Worth, TX; and Washington, DC.

http://a.hub.aapubs.com/en/ju/community

The focus is on organizations whose missions aim to aid children, communities, and military service members.

 

AmerisourceBergen Foundation: Opioid Resource Grant Program

Deadline: LOI’s accepted between January 1 through February 15; and July 1 through August 15 Amount: Up to $100,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations https://www.amerisourcebergen.com/abcnew/foundation

The AmerisourceBergen Foundation aims to improve the health and well-being of its patient populations by partnering with organizations to expand access to quality healthcare and provide resources to ensure prescription drug safety.

 

California Wildlands Grassroots Fund

Deadline: February 15, May 15, August 15 and October 28 annually (Reviewed quarterly) Amount: Up to $7,500

Eligibility: Nonprofits https://rosefdn.org/calwildlands

The California Wildlands Grassroots Fund, administered by the Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment, supports activists and organizations working to protect wildlands and habitat throughout the state. Priority is given to geographic or issue areas that have not received significant financial support in the past, including rural communities and other regions without easy access to financial and political support.

 

Access Fund: Climbing Conservation Grant Program

Deadline: March 1 and August 1 annually Amount: Up to $4,000

Eligibility: Local climbing groups, governmental agencies, conservation organizations, and land trusts, as well as individuals who wish to sponsor a local project

https://www.accessfund.org/take-action/apply-for-a-climbing-conservation-grant

The Access Fund's Climbing Conservation Grant Program supports projects that preserve or enhance climbing opportunities and conserve the climbing environment throughout the United States. The focus is on projects that demonstrate local climber support, collaboration with land managers, and a commitment to long-term change.

 

Polaris Industries: T.R.A.I.L.S. Grant Program Deadline: March 1 and September 1 annually Amount: Up to $10,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits and government agencies (Fire, rescue, and law enforcement organizations are not eligible for this program.)

https://www.polaris.com/en-us/trails-application/

The T.R.A.I.L.S. Grant Program, an initiative of Polaris Industries, provides support to national, state, and local organizations in the United States to ensure the future of ATV riding. The grant program encompasses two main objectives—promoting safe and responsible riding and preserving access. Funds can be used by organizations for trail development and maintenance projects, safety and education initiatives, lobbying, and other projects to increase and maintain land access.

 

Gannett Foundation Media Grants Deadline: March 1 and October 1 annually Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits and tax-exempt 4-year universities https://www.gannettfoundation.org/media.htm

The mission of the Gannett Foundation Media Grants program is to support media training, technological advances in the industry, and the study of journalism at the college level, with particular attention to the First Amendment and its responsibilities. The Foundation particularly favors programs or projects that benefit the regions in which Gannett does business and that seek to encourage diversity in newsrooms and in coverage. Priority is given to programs encouraging college students to enter the field of journalism and innovative national and regional training programs for current journalists.

 

Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Deadline: March 1, July 1 and September 1, annually Amount: Unspecified

Eligibility: Nonprofits https://warholfoundation.org/

The purpose of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts is the advancement of the visual arts. The Foundation fosters innovative artistic expression and the creative process through its support of cultural organizations that, in turn, support artists and their work. Grants are provided for curatorial programs at museums, artists' organizations, and other cultural institutions to originate innovative and scholarly presentations of contemporary visual arts. Projects may include exhibitions, catalogues, and other relevant activities. Proposals that highlight women, artists of color, and under-represented practitioners are encouraged. The Foundation has designated one of its grants, The Wynn Kramarsky Freedom of Artistic Expression Award, to recognize the work of organizations with a deep-seated commitment to defending the First Amendment rights of artists.

 

Fansler Foundation Deadline: March 31 (annually) Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits operating in the Fresno, Kings, Tulare, Merced, Madera, or Mariposa Counties. https://fanslerfoundation.com/

Foundation is interested in organizations that meet the following criteria:

  • Directly benefit developmentally challenged or socioeconomically disadvantaged children that are infant through eighteen years of age.
  • Have goals and objectives that are clearly stated.
  • Have a broad base of funding support.
  • Have demonstrated the ability to respond to the needs of specific groups of children in a manner that yields measurable results.

 

Classics for Kids Foundation

Deadline: Quarterly – March 31, June 30, September 30 and December 31 Amount: Instruments

Match: 50%

Eligibility: K-12 schools and nonprofits https://classicsforkids.org/

The mission of the Classics for Kids Foundation is to empower young people to shape positive futures through music, build sustainable stringed instrument music programs, and provide grants for high quality instruments. The Foundation is offering matching grants to K-12 schools and nonprofit organizations throughout the United States to help purchase stringed instruments. Grants will not exceed 50% of total instrument cost.

 

The Pilcrow Foundation: Children’s Book Project

Deadline: April 1 and October 1, annually

Amount: Through the program, a library's local sponsors can contribute from $200 to $400, which the Foundation matches on a 2-to-1 ratio. Thus, a library can receive up to $1,200 worth of children's books. Eligibility: Libraries located in rural areas with limited operating budget and an active children’s department. The Foundation accepts applications from independent rural public libraries and Native American Tribal libraries as well as libraries that are part of a county, regional, or cooperative system. https://thepilcrowfoundation.org/childrens-book-project/

The mission of the Pilcrow Foundation is to provide new, quality, hardcover children's books to rural public libraries across the United States. The Foundation provides a list of over 500 quality hardcover children's books from which grant recipients can select books best suited for their community.

 

Adams Legacy Foundation

Deadline: LOI due annually on April 15 and October 15 Amount: $5,000 to $20,000

Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit or educational institutions in Southern California, emphasis on Los Angeles, Orange and Santa Barbara counties

http://www.adamslegacyfoundation.org/

The Foundation's current focus is on the power of nature as a source of renewal, delight, education, nourishment, healing, and hope for individuals, families, and the community.

  • education;
  • art and architecture;
  • conservation of land and wildlife;
  • food and clean water systems; and,
  • re-integration of military personnel into civilian life.

 

Banfield Foundation

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time for all of the programs, except Pet Advocacy Grants, which have submission deadlines of April 30 and October 31, annually.

Amount: Varies depending on program Eligibility: 501c3 organizations

https://www.banfield.com/banfield-foundation/programs

The Banfield Foundation is committed to improving the well-being of pets nationwide through four different grant programs. These programs include Veterinary Medical Equipment Grants, Veterinary Assistance Grants, Pet Advocacy Grants, and Disaster Relief Grants.

 

Croul Family Foundation

Deadline: LOI’s due April 30 annually Amount: $1,000 to $50,000

Match:

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Orange County

 

The Croul Family Foundation supports nonprofit organizations in Orange County, CA.

The focus is on organizations that are engaged in improving K-12 educational outcomes as well as organizations that assist the homeless and economically disadvantaged.

Grants support the following:

  • food banks and shelters; and,
  • educational opportunities for the economically disadvantaged.

 

Fender Play Foundation

Deadline: Applications accepted October 15 through May 1, annually Amount: Donation of stringed musical instruments

Eligibility: Nonprofits or schools https://fenderplayfoundation.org/

The Fender Music Foundation awards instruments and equipment to eligible music instruction programs. These items are lightly used, blemished or otherwise imperfect and have been collected from manufacturers and retailers. Descriptions regarding the specific imperfections of each instrument will be available to selected programs.

To qualify as a music instruction program, participants must be learning how to make music.

 

The Fund for Wild Nature

Deadline: May 1 and October 1 annually Amount: $1,000 to $3,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits (The Fund does not support proposals from organizations with budgets of over

$250,000 annually) https://fundwildnature.org/

Organization provides grants to grassroots organizations for campaigns to save native species and wild ecosystems, with particular emphasis on actions to defend threatened wilderness and biological diversity. Priority is given to ecological issues that are not receiving sufficient public attention or funding. Grants are provided for advocacy, litigation, public policy work, and similar endeavors.

 

The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation Deadline: May 10 and November 10, annually Amount: $1,000 - $20,000

Match: No

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations https://www.mvdreyfusfoundation.org/application-guidelines

The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation provides support to community-based nonprofit organizations throughout the United States for whom a small amount of money can make a big difference.

The Foundation will consider requests to support the following: museums; cultural and performing arts programs; schools; hospitals; environmental and wildlife protection activities; educational and skills training projects; programs for youth, seniors, and the handicapped; and, other community-based programming.

 

Lois Lenski Covey Foundation

Deadline: Through September 1st, annually Amount: $500 to $3,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits https://www.loislenskicovey.org/bookmobile-grants/

The Lois Lenski Covey Foundation is dedicated to advancing literacy and fostering a love of reading among underserved and at-risk children and youth. The Foundation's Bookmobile Grant Program provides support to nonprofit organizations throughout the U.S. and its territories that operate a lending bookmobile that travels into neighborhoods populated by underserved youth. These grants are for purchasing books published for young people, preschool through grade eight, and cannot be used for administrative or operational uses.

 

General Motors

Deadline: September 30th annually Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: 501c3 organizations

https://www.gm.com/content/dam/company/docs/us/en/gmcom/company/Corporate_Grantmaking_Guideline s.pdf

Supports programs and initiatives aligned with the following strategic focus areas: STEM education, community development or vehicle and road safety

 

Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative

Deadline: September 30th and December 15th Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Support is provided to nonprofit and tax-exempt groups, including clubs and associations, public riding areas, outdoor enthusiast associations, land conservation organizations, and communities with an interest in protecting, improving, expanding, or maintaining access for safe, responsible, and sustainable use by motorized off-road vehicles.

https://yamahaoai.com/

The Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative's mission is to provide practical support for efforts that promote safe, responsible use of off-highway vehicles (OHVs), educate the public on proper recreational land use and wildlife conservation practices, and protect appropriate and sustainable access to public lands. Examples of funded projects include land management and conservation, trail development and maintenance, safety and education, and outdoor recreation.

 

Life Comes from It

Deadline: Letters of introduction may be submitted at any time and will be reviewed from August to December of each year

Amount: Up to $25,000 Eligibility: Nonprofits https://www.lifecomesfromit.org/

Life Comes From It is a grantmaking circle that supports grassroots movement-building work for restorative justice, transformative justice, and indigenous peacemaking. Grants are provided to nonprofit organizations that offer approaches to address violence and repair harm rooted in community solutions. The focus is on investing in leaders of color committed to doing movement-building work. Two categories of grants are offered: Individual Projects and Networks, Convenings, and Collaborations.

 

T-Mobile Hometown Grants Program Deadline: Requests reviewed quarterly Amount: Up to $50,000

Eligibility: Elected leaders, town managers and employees, and nonprofit leaders are eligible to submit applications.

https://www.t-mobile.com/brand/hometown-grants

The T-Mobile Hometown Grants Program is intended to help build stronger, more prosperous small towns and rural communities throughout the United States. Up to 100 towns each year for the next five years will receive community improvement grants of up to $50,000 each. The focus is on providing support to revitalize community spaces in towns with 50,000 people or less that help foster local connections. Examples of eligible projects include revitalizing a town hall, a senior center, a local little league field, a library, or any space where friends and neighbors gather.

 

Public Welfare Foundation

Deadline: LOIs can be submitted throughout the year Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits https://www.publicwelfare.org/

Foundation supports nonprofit organizations nationwide that are advancing a new, transformative system of justice with the core values of racial equity, economic well-being, and fundamental fairness for all. For Fiscal Year 2022, the Foundation's funding strategies include the following: The Until We Are All Free strategy focuses on organizations that work to dismantle the structures that have caused generations of harm to people of color in the United States, local community members of color that build cross racial solidarity and community power, and communities who bear the brunt of the mass incarceration crisis and advance efforts to reinvest back into those communities.

 

Boat U.S. Foundation: Grassroots Grants Program

Deadline: Continuous (LOI) Amount: Up to $10,000

Eligibility: Local, regional, and national nonprofit organizations, boating clubs, environmental organizations, and student groups, that develop innovative projects to promote safe and clean boating. https://www.boatus.org/grants/

The goal of the Boat U.S. Foundation is to be a leader in boating safety and environmental education and outreach, with the purpose of reducing accidents and fatalities, increasing stewardship of the nation's waterways, and keeping boating a safe, accessible, and enjoyable pastime. Past topics have ranged from PSAs on the effects of boating under the influence to hands-on education about the effects of marine debris.

 

Companioning Grievers Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Up to $1,000 Eligibility: Nonprofits

https://www.companioninggrieversfoundation.org/

The Companioning Grievers Foundation supports nonprofit organizations doing the sacred work of supporting grievers, individuals impacted by a loss, and individuals wanting to serve as caregivers. Grants are provided to nonprofit organizations in the continental U.S. serving individuals, couples, and/or families impacted by loss. Eligible organizations must have net assets less than $2 million. The Foundation also offers scholarships to individuals seeking counseling services for support around grief and loss, as well as grants to laypersons and mental health professionals pursuing educational trainings to further their knowledge and skillset to serve those struggling with grief and loss.

 

David Rockefeller Fund Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified Eligibility: Nonprofits http://www.drfund.org/

The David Rockefeller Fund aims to foster and embody a more just, creative, and flourishing world. The Fund currently provides support in three program areas: The Arts Program focuses on cultivating, showcasing, and disseminating the stories of innovative art for social change, particularly efforts that demonstrate how artistic practice can affect broad communities and advance social, economic, and ecological justice. The Climate Program focuses on efforts to support bold, science-based leadership on equitable climate solutions, including efforts to address intersecting climate, gender, and racial justice inequities; accelerate and expand movements to keep coal, oil, and gas in the ground; and accelerate the shift of whole regions to affordable clean energy. The Justice Program focuses on supporting bold new ideas and policy proposals for transforming U.S. detention and incarceration policy, including efforts to advance decarceration policies and ensure more humane policies within detention systems.

 

The Skatepark Project

Deadline: Rolling basis and awarded quarterly

Amount: $1,000 to $300,000, with an average of $10,000,

Eligibility: Nonprofits, state and local agencies and public school systems https://skatepark.org/the-skatepark-project-grants/

The Skatepark Project is dedicated to helping underserved communities throughout the United States create safe and inclusive public skateparks for youth. Grants are provided to organizations that are seeking to build free, public, concrete skateparks in underserved communities. The Foundation primarily supports projects that can demonstrate a strong grassroots commitment. Priority is given to projects that are designed and built by experienced skatepark contractors and include local skaters in the planning, fundraising, and design process.

 

The Albert and Elaine Borchard Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Varies

Eligibility: Nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations in Los Angeles County. Public, Private, Charter, Other (including homeschool, 501 (c)(3) organizations)

https://borchardfoundation.org/how-to-apply-for-a-grant/funding-guidelines

Albert and Elaine Borchard Foundation offers grants that support education and science in Los Angeles County. The foundation has five priority areas of funding.

  • Elimination of poverty
  • Youth development
  • Health and medicine
  • Education
  • The arts
  • The environment

 

Emergent Fund

Deadline: Ongoing

Amount: No set grant sizes. Generally, range between $10,000 to $30,000 Eligibility: Grassroots organizations

https://www.emergentfund.net/

The Emergent Fund supports grassroots organizing and power building in communities of color throughout the United States who are facing injustice based on racial, ethnic, religious, and other forms of discrimination. Grants are provided to develop innovative strategies to transform our country. The focus is on the following two types of activities: 1) efforts that support emergent strategies that help communities respond to rapidly changing conditions, including resisting new or amplified threats and building power to move a proactive agenda; and 2) efforts seeking long-term social justice and economic justice in a political and social climate that seeks to dismantle such efforts.

 

Bob Barker Company Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: $5,000 to $25,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and educational institutions http://www.bobbarkercompanyfoundation.org/

The mission of the Bob Barker Company Foundation is to develop and support programs that help incarcerated individuals successfully reenter society and stay out for life. The Foundation supports organizations throughout the U.S. that work with the incarcerated community in order to prepare them physically, spiritually, and emotionally for successful reentry into society. Applying organizations must work with a minimum of 100 incarcerated or formerly incarcerated individuals each year.

 

Climate Emergency Fund (CEF)

Deadline: Ongoing

Amount: $1,000 to $100,000

Eligibility: U.S. organizations and individuals https://www.climateemergencyfund.org/grants

CEF supports organizations and activists who are transforming climate politics. CEF's areas of grantmaking include the following: Protesting Climate Silence on TV supports activists who are pressuring the media to tell the truth about the climate emergency. Climate Emergency Campaigning supports the vanguard of the climate movement, in policy as well as in tactics. Back to the Streets supports youth activists and organizations to recapture their momentum and get safely back to protests and public demonstrations.

Building Movement Infrastructure makes strategic investments in building a climate emergency ecosystem.

 

Bob Woodruff Foundation: NFL Grants

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified Eligibility: Nonprofits

https://bobwoodrufffoundation.org/nfl-grants/

The Bob Woodruff Foundation, in partnership with the National Football League (NFL), offers NFL Grants, which support nonprofit organizations with programs that help our service members, veterans, and their families and caregivers thrive. The focus is on the evolving needs of the military/veteran community in the current pandemic, with special emphasis upon food insecurity, housing and homelessness, mental health, and employment. The Foundation encourages all prospective applicants to consider current guidelines for safe delivery of programs.

 

L.B. Research and Education Foundation Deadline: None

Amount: $10,000 to $75,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits

Summary: Grants are provided to organizations that address one of the following areas: In the Education category, the focus is on supporting inventive approaches that boost engagement and achievement for populations that face education opportunity gaps tied to poverty, gender, race/ethnicity, trauma, etc. The Foundation values educational approaches that foster independent and critical thinking, activate creativity, and/or offer alternatives to traditional education. Project ideas serving any age group, from early childhood through postsecondary and vocational education are considered. In the Health category, the focus is on addressing health issues that are prevalent among vulnerable populations who face barriers to accessing adequate care. The Foundation has a particular interest in supporting efforts that remove the stigma of mental illness and that increase the awareness of the prevalence of these issues, especially in underserved populations. Priority in both categories is given to proposals that have a specific research or dissemination mechanism in place for the community solution that could lead to positive changes on a regional, national, or global scale.

Contact Information: Interested organizations are invited to email a 400 word or less description of their funding idea to inquiries@thelbfoundation.org. (The Foundation does not currently have a website.)

 

The CARESTAR Foundation

Deadline: LOI can be submitted online at any time Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Public agencies and nonprofits https://carestarfoundation.org/funding-guidelines/

Foundation was founded in 2017 as a result of the sale of the air ambulance company CALSTAR (California Shock Trauma Air Rescue), and honors this legacy of lifesaving work in the field of emergency and prehospital care. CARESTAR's mission is to improve health outcomes for all Californians by applying a racial equity lens to fund and advocate for improvements to the emergency response system. CARESTAR supports innovative programs, projects, and organizations that will build knowledge, strengthen partnerships and programs, and advance critical policies towards a more equitable, unified, and compassionate system of emergency and prehospital care.

 

Life Comes From It Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Up to $25,000 Eligibility: Nonprofits

https://www.lifecomesfromit.org/

Life Comes From It is a grantmaking circle that supports grassroots movement-building work for restorative justice, transformative justice, indigenous peacemaking, and land-based healing. Grants are provided to organizations that offer approaches to address violence and repair harm that are rooted in community solutions. The focus is on investing in leaders of color doing movement-building work based on lived experience and relationships. Two categories of grants are offered: Individual Projects and Networks, Convenings, and Collaborations.

 

Brothers Helping Brothers

Deadline: Ongoing

Amount: Varies. Award examples vary between $500 and $13,000

Eligibility: Fire departments and EMS organizations serving a population of less than 10,000 and less than 30 employees with majority as volunteer or paid call

https://www.brothershelpingbrothers.org/

Brothers Helping Brothers helps small and rural fire departments throughout the U.S. with equipment needs by donating vital life-saving tools. Equipment grants as well as used equipment donations are provided.

 

Cisco Global Impact Cash Grants

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/about/csr/community/nonprofits/global-impact-cash-grants.html

Cisco Global Impact Cash Grants support nonprofit organizations in the U.S. and worldwide with scalable, replicable, and sustainable solutions that use Internet technology to benefit individuals and communities around the world. In the Education category, Cisco supports technology-based solutions and education delivery models that improve student performance and engagement in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). The Economic Empowerment category focuses on programs that encourage employment success, entrepreneurship, and long-term self-sufficiency by providing access to skills, knowledge, and financial products and services via technology-based solutions. Through the Critical Human Needs category, Cisco grants help overcome the cycle of poverty and dependence by supporting organizations that address the basic needs of underserved communities.

 

California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP): Peninsula-Silicon Valley Incentive Project

Deadline: Project opens December 16 for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers on a first come first serve basis. Amount: Level 2 (up to $6,000 per connection) or DC Fast Chargers (up to $80,000 per charger). There is no limit to the total amount of rebates an organization can receive, if incentive funding is available.

Eligibility: Business, nonprofit organization, California Native American Tribe listed with the Native American Heritage Commission or a public or government entity based in California or operate as a California-based affiliate. Must be located in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties.

https://calevip.org/incentive-project/peninsula-silicon-valley

Summary: The Peninsula-Silicon Valley Incentive Project promotes easy access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure for the purchase and installation of eligible electric vehicle (EV) chargers in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties – with a total of $55.2 million in available funds over four years.

 

California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP): Sacramento County Incentive Project Deadline: Project is open for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers on a first come first serve basis.

Amount: Level 2 (up to $6,500 per connection) or DC Fast Chargers (up to $80,000 per charger). There is no limit to the total amount of rebates an organization can receive, if incentive funding is available.

Eligibility: Business, nonprofit organization, California Native American Tribe listed with the Native American Heritage Commission or a public or government entity based in California or operate as a California-based affiliate. Must be located in Sacramento County.

https://calevip.org/incentive-project/sacramento-county-incentive-project

Summary: The Sacramento County Incentive Project promotes easy access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure by offering $14 million in rebates for the purchase and installation of eligible electric vehicle (EV) chargers in Sacramento County. $7.7 million in rebates is available for Level 2 EV chargers, and $6.3 million is available for DC fast chargers.

 

California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP): Northern California Incentive Project Deadline: Project is open for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers on a first come first serve basis.

Amount: Level 2 (up to $7,500 per connection) or DC Fast Chargers (up to $80,000 per charger). There is no limit to the total amount of rebates an organization can receive, if incentive funding is available.

Eligibility: Business, nonprofit organization, California Native American Tribe listed with the Native American Heritage Commission or a public or government entity based in California or operate as a California-based affiliate. Funding is displayed in real time for the three counties within the Northern California Incentive Project with a total funding of $4 million across Humboldt, Shasta and Tehama Counties. https://calevip.org/incentive-project/northern-california

Summary: The Northern California Incentive Project promotes easy access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure for the purchase and installation of eligible Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers in Humboldt, Shasta and Tehama counties – with a total of $4 million in available funds.

 

California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP): Central Coast Incentive Project Deadline: Project is open for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers on a first come first serve basis.

Amount: Level 2 (up to $6,500 per connection) or DC Fast Chargers (up to $80,000 per charger). There is no limit to the total amount of rebates an organization can receive, if incentive funding is available.

Eligibility: Business, nonprofit organization, California Native American Tribe listed with the Native American Heritage Commission or a public or government entity based in California or operate as a California-based affiliate. Must be located in Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz Counties.

https://calevip.org/incentive-project/central-coast

Summary: The Central Coast Incentive Project promotes easy access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure for the purchase and installation of eligible Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers in Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz counties – with a total of $7 million in available funds.

 

California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP): San Joaquin Valley Incentive Project Deadline: Project is open for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers on a first come first serve basis.

Amount: Level 2 (up to $5,000 per connection) or DC Fast Chargers (up to $80,000 per charger). There is no limit to the total amount of rebates an organization can receive, if incentive funding is available.

Eligibility: Business, nonprofit organization, California Native American Tribe listed with the Native American Heritage Commission or a public or government entity based in California or operate as a California-based affiliate. Must be located in Fresno, Kern and San Joaquin Counties.

https://calevip.org/incentive-project/san-joaquin-valley

Summary: The San Joaquin Valley Incentive Project promotes easy access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure for the purchase and installation of eligible Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers in Fresno, Kern, and San Joaquin counties – with over $15.3 million in available funds.

 

Borealis Philanthropy: Communities Transforming Policing Fund

Deadline: Continuous Amount: $15,000 to $30,000 Eligibility: Nonprofits

https://borealisphilanthropy.org/ctpf2021loi/

The Communities Transforming Policing Fund, administered by Borealis Philanthropy, works to resource local communities impacted by deadly and discriminatory policing practices to build power, increase police accountability and transparency, and redefine safety by advocating for investment in community-based programs as alternatives to police, jails, and prisons. Priority consideration will be given to Black-, Indigenous-, or People of Color (BIPOC)-led organizations; organizations led by individuals who have been directly impacted by the criminal legal system; ongoing campaigns in jurisdictions with timely opportunities for change; and organizations who do not receive significant support from national foundations.

 

California Volkswagen (VW) Mitigation Trust

Deadline: First come first served basis Amount: Up to $3,250,000

Match: Match funding from the applicant is encouraged and required for school bus purchases (at least 5 percent) and all non-government owned purchases (at least 25 percent)

Eligibility: Owners of transit buses, school buses and shuttle buses. Administered by San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District, but available statewide.

http://vwbusmoney.valleyair.org/

The Zero-Emission Transit, School and Shuttle Bus Project provides funding for new zero-emission replacement buses for owners of transit, school, and shuttle buses. This project mitigates excess NOx emissions, reduces pollution in disadvantaged and low-income communities, supports advanced technology vehicle and equipment deployments and accelerates the zero-emission transformation of the heavy-duty fleet. (Zero-emission school bus bin is oversubscribed and no longer being accepted. Money for transit and shuttle buses is still available.)

 

Boat U.S. Foundation: Grassroots Grant Program Deadline: LOIs may be submitted throughout the year Amount: Up to $10,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits, boating clubs, environmental organizations, and student groups, that develop innovative projects to promote safe and clean boating

https://www.boatus.org/grants/

The goal of the BoatU.S. Foundation is to be a leader in boating safety and environmental education and outreach, with the purpose of reducing accidents and fatalities, increasing stewardship of the nation's waterways, and keeping boating a safe, accessible, and enjoyable pastime. Past topics have ranged from PSAs on the effects of boating under the influence to hands-on education about the effects of marine debris.

 

The Lisa Libraries

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: Book donation - organizations should cover shipping and handling costs

Eligibility: Organizations that work with families in underserved areas throughout the United States http://lisalibraries.org/

The Lisa Libraries donates new children's books and small libraries to organizations that work with families in underserved areas throughout the United States. Support is provided to organizations in low-income or underserved areas that need a small library, need to rebuild or add to a library, or serve children who would benefit by being given new books to take home. Previously supported libraries include libraries at daycare centers, prison visiting areas for children of incarcerated parents, and after-school programs. Donation of books from The Lisa Libraries is free; however recipient organizations should cover the shipping and handling costs.

 

Union Bank Foundation Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not stated

Eligibility: 501c3 organizations https://www.unionbank.com/about-us/social-responsibility

Foundations' focus is on affordable housing, economic development, stewardship and sustainability.

 

Community Heart & Soul Seed Grant Program

Deadline: Rolling Amount: $10,000

Match: $10,000. Grant funding requires a cash match from the participating municipality or a partnering organization.

Eligibility: Applying organizations must be from communities with populations of 2,500 to 30,000. Applicant organizations must designate a lead organization that must be a local government, 501c3 organization or informal resident-led group.

https://www.communityheartandsoul.org/seed-grants/

Community Heart & Soul is a resident-driven process that engages the entire population of a town in identifying what they love most about their community, what future they want for it, and how to achieve it. The Community Heart & Soul Seed Grant Program provides $10,000 in startup funding for resident-driven groups in small cities and towns across the United States to implement the Community Heart & Soul model.

 

Solidaire

Deadline: Ongoing

Amount: $20,000 to $200,000

Eligibility: Organizations or groups must have an organizational budget under $3mil. Grants can support C3, C4, LLCs, and other vehicles.

https://solidairenetwork.org/

Solidaire Network moves money quickly and generously, and courageously advocates to repair the harms of society’s and philanthropy’s disinvestment from Black, Indigenous, immigrant and other communities leading from the margins. There are three programs available:

  • Movement Infrastructure Fund -The Movement Infrastructure Fund will provide long-term scaffolding for movement formations and organizations
  • Black Liberation Pooled Fund - The Black Liberation Pooled Fund invests in a robust ecosystem of Black-led social change organizations.
  • Janisha R. Gabriel Movement Protection Fund - As part of the Black Liberation Pooled Fund, Solidaire Network will allocate $2 million for movement protection to honor Janisha R. Gabriel and support the urgent and immediate needs of movement leaders facing threats of violence and a heightened risk of danger due to the current political climate in the United States.

 

Kars4Kids Small Grant Program

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: $500 to $2,000

Eligibility: 501c3 organizations

https://www.kars4kidsgrants.org/

Kars4Kids is a national Jewish nonprofit organization that is dedicated to helping children develop into productive members of communities throughout the United States. The Kars4Kids Small Grant Program provides support to nonprofit organizations that are working to make a difference in the areas of education, mentoring, and youth development.

 

Cornell Douglas Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing

Amount: $15,000 to $50,000 Eligibility: Nonprofits https://cornelldouglas.org/

The Cornell Douglas Foundation is dedicated to advocating for environmental health and justice, encouraging stewardship of the environment, and furthering respect for sustainability of resources. The Foundation provides grants to nonprofit organizations throughout the United States that address one or more of the following areas of interest: environmental health and justice, land conservation, sustainability of resources, mountaintop removal mining, watershed protection, and K-12 financial literacy.

 

The Glaser Progress Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: 501c3 organizations http://www.glaserprogress.org/

The Glaser Progress Foundation aims to build a more just, sustainable, and humane world by supporting nonprofit organizations with a national focus and a strong history of success and recognized leadership within its field. The Foundation is currently accepting application letters in the following program areas: The mission of the Measuring Progress program is to build a better future by improving our understanding and measurement of human progress. The Independent Media program works to strengthen democracy by fostering independent voices and giving voice to the world's silent majority.

 

Public Welfare Foundation

Deadline: LOI may be submitted throughout the year Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits https://www.publicwelfare.org/

The Public Welfare Foundation supports efforts to advance justice and opportunity for people in need by investing in nonprofit organizations that are advancing a new, transformative system of justice with the core values of racial equity, economic well-being, and fundamental fairness for all. The Foundation supports nonprofit organizations nationwide whose missions are directly related to transforming the criminal and youth justice system in the U.S. The grantmaking categories include the following: 1) organizations developing innovative, transformative approaches to youth and adult criminal justice reform; 2) Black-led movement building focused on dismantling the structures that have caused generations of harm to Black people, building power amongst local Black community members, and advancing efforts to reinvest in communities;

  1. organizations focused on investing in community-based solutions that reduce the over-reliance on mass incarceration; and 4) reframing the narrative and fostering greater transparency and urgency around the U.S. criminal justice system through storytelling, journalism, etc. (The Foundation also offers targeted grantmaking for organizations in the jurisdictions of Colorado, Georgia, Louisiana, Michigan, and Oklahoma as well as Jackson, MS; Milwaukee, WI; and Washington, DC, that address adult and/or youth criminal justice.)

 

MUFG Union Bank Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in the communities where the bank has operations https://www.unionbank.com/about-us/social-responsibility

The MUFG Union Bank Foundation supports nonprofit organizations in the communities where the Bank has operations in Arizona, California, Georgia, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Texas, and Washington. The Foundation awards grants to organizations that expand access to economic opportunity in low- and moderate-income communities, specifically in the following areas: Affordable Housing, Economic Development, and Stewardship and Sustainability.

 

The Kampe Foundation: General Grants

Deadline: Ongoing (LOI) Amount: $1,000 to $7,500

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in 9 western states (including California) https://kampefoundation.org/general-grants

The Foundation's General Grants are provided to organizations that address one or more of the following program areas: healthcare and education for special populations (youth, people with disabilities, low-income populations, and senior citizens); Christian ministry, ethics, and social justice; science and engineering; and sustainable agriculture and environmental issues.

 

David Rockefeller Fund Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations http://www.drfund.org/

The David Rockefeller Fund aims to foster and embody a more just, creative, and flourishing world. The Fund currently provides support to nonprofit organizations nationally in three program areas: The Criminal Justice Program focuses on supporting bold new ideas and policy proposals for transforming U.S. detention and incarceration policy. The Environment Program focuses on funding new ideas, initiatives, and policy breakthroughs in support of bipartisan U.S. climate leadership. The Arts Program focuses on cultivating, showcasing, and disseminating the stories of innovative art for social change.

 

Smart & Final Charitable Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified Eligibility: Nonprofits

https://www.smartandfinal.com/donation-request

The Smart & Final Charitable Foundation supports nonprofit organizations that work to improve the quality of life in the communities the company serves in Arizona, California, and Nevada. The Foundation's areas of interest include health and wellness, education, hunger relief, disaster relief, and team sports and youth development. Requests may be submitted throughout the year.

Note: Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Smart & Final Charitable Foundation will be slower to respond to requests submitted through smartandfinal.com. We will be temporarily expanding our response time past 60 days and apologize for any inconvenience.

 

Third Wave Mobilize Power Fund

Deadline: Proposals accepted all year and reviewed monthly

Amount: Up to $10,000 for individual organizations and up to $20,000 for coalitions and partnerships Eligibility: Grassroots organizations, groups, and collectives without 501(c)(3) status are encouraged to apply.

https://www.thirdwavefund.org/mobilize-power-fund.html

Third Wave Fund supports youth-led gender justice activism to advance the political power, well-being, and self-determination of communities of color and low-income communities in the United States. Third Wave's Mobilize Power Fund provides grants for urgent organizing and activism led by young cis women of color, low-income youth, or queer, trans, and intersex youth of color around the country who are taking on this country's most challenging issues.

 

The Solutions Project: Fighter Fund

Deadline: Applications may be submitted at any time Amount: $500 to $15,000

Eligibility: Ideal grantees are tax-exempt organizations, either 501(c)(3) or (c)(4), that:

  • Are governed by the communities in which they serve
  • Mobilize marginalized communities
  • Have the capacity to leverage resources from additional funders
  • Are experimenting with innovative tactics to activate constituencies. https://thesolutionsproject.org/grants/

The Solutions Project is dedicated to accelerating the transition to clean energy for all. The Solutions Project's Fighter Fund is a rapid response grantmaking program that provides support to pivotal frontline leaders accelerating the transition to clean energy in the United States. The Fund's interest areas include the following: local and state policy work supporting a just transition to 100% clean energy and a regenerative economy; fossil fuel infrastructure resistance; indigenous organizing and indigenous-led movements; transparent, cleaner, and democratically controlled rural electric cooperatives; and community-led clean energy demonstration projects in need of seed capital.

 

Circle for Justice Innovations: Strategic Opportunities Support Rapid Response Fund

Deadline: Rolling basis Amount: $2,500 to $5,000 Eligibility: 501c3 organizations

https://www.cjifund.org/apply-for-grants

The Strategic Opportunities Support (SOS) Rapid Response Fund has always provided flexible and immediate funding to organizations responding to changing political landscapes and working to build collective power at critical junctures. Grants currently support organizations that responds to opportunities or dangers affecting the health, safety, or human rights of incarcerated and directly impacted people based on COVID-19 policies or practices.

 

The William G. Irwin Charity Foundation

Deadline: The Foundation trustees meet to review proposals approximately every two months. The trustees usually evaluate proposals received four weeks prior to a meeting date.

Amount: $25,000 to $300,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in California and Hawaii

The Foundation is particularly interested in proposals involving:

  • arts and culture, including performing arts;
  • children and youth, including at-risk youth and child abuse prevention;
  • community projects;
  • education, including, higher, primary/secondary, and private education;
  • health, including hospitals and medical projects;
  • hunger and homelessness; and,
  • veteran services. Attn: Dianna Deeley 235 Montgomery Street Suite 711

San Francisco, CA 94104 415-362-6954

 

Matson Foundation

Deadline: Committee meetings to review requests are generally held every five to seven weeks. Note: Requests for event support should be submitted no later than 90 days prior to the event.

Amount: Varies. Total annual giving is $2 million

Eligibility: Charitable and community organizations (West Coast, Hawaii, Alaska and Guam) https://www.matson.com/community/index.html

The Foundation's areas of interest include:

  • maritime environment and ocean resource conservation;
  • education, including preschool through university, STEM programs, and transportation careers training and development;
  • human services, including community health and safety needs;
  • arts and culture, including learning centers/libraries, cultural identity, and historic presence; and,
  • civic and community programs, including volunteerism, clean-ups, and events.

 

Emergent Fund Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified Eligibility: Nonprofits

https://www.emergentfund.net/

The Emergent Fund supports grassroots organizing and power building in communities of color throughout the United States who are facing injustice based on racial, ethnic, religious, and other forms of discrimination. Grants are provided to develop innovative strategies to transform our country. The focus is on the following two types of activities: 1) efforts that support emergent strategies that help communities respond to rapidly changing conditions, including resisting new or amplified threats and building power to move a proactive agenda; and 2) efforts seeking long-term social justice and economic justice in a political and social climate that seeks to dismantle such efforts.

 

Marathon Petroleum Foundation

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits, federal, state or local government entity in communities where company has significant presence

https://www.marathonpetroleum.com/Sustainability/Creating-Shared-Value-and-Opportunity/Marathon- Petroleum-Foundation/

Marathon provides funding for projects in the following categories:

  • Environmental conservation and
  • Public safety

Craig Newmark Philanthropies

Deadline: None Amount: Not specified Eligibility: Nonprofits

https://craignewmarkphilanthropies.org/

Craig Newmark Philanthropies was created by craigslist founder Craig Newmark to support and connect people and drive broad civic engagement. It works to advance grassroots organizations that are "getting stuff done" in areas that include the following: trustworthy journalism and the information ecosystem, voter protection, gender diversity in technology, and veterans and military families.

 

Glaser Progress Foundation Deadline: Not specified Amount: Not specified Eligibility: 501c3 organizations

http://www.glaserprogress.org/application/index.asp

The Glaser Progress Foundation aims to build a more just, sustainable, and humane world by supporting nonprofit organizations with a national focus and a strong history of success and recognized leadership within its field. The Foundation is currently accepting application letters in the following program areas: The mission of the Measuring Progress program is to build a better future by improving our understanding and measurement of human progress. The Independent Media program works to strengthen democracy by fostering independent voices and giving voice to the world’s silent majority.

 

U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA): FY 2020 EDA Public Works and Economic Adjustment Assistance Programs

Deadline: There are no submission deadlines under this opportunity. Applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the publication of a new PWEAA NOFO.

Amount: $100,000 to $3 million Match: Yes

Eligibility: Cites, counties, special districts, state governments, private, public and state controlled institutions of higher education, nonprofits

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=321695

EDA solicits applications from applicants in rural and urban areas to provide investments that support construction, non-construction, technical assistance, and revolving loan fund projects under EDA’s Public Works and EAA programs. Grants and cooperative agreements made under these programs are designed to leverage existing regional assets and support the implementation of economic development strategies that advance new ideas and creative approaches to advance economic prosperity in distressed communities.

EDA provides strategic investments on a competitive- merit-basis to support economic development, foster job creation, and attract private investment in economically distressed areas of the United States.

 

Guitar Center Music Foundation

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: Product Donation ($10-$30 per item shipping reimbursement fee required) Up to 8 instruments Eligibility: 501c3 organizations and public schools

https://guitarcenterfoundation.org/grants/grants-info/

The organization is currently awarding acoustic guitars, electric guitars, acoustic-electric guitars, bass guitars and the equipment necessary to play these instruments. However, other traditional music instruments are sometimes available. Traditional instruments include string instruments, woodwind instruments, brass instruments, percussion instruments, keyboards and voice.

 

CalRecycle: Greenhouse Gas Reduction Loan Program

Deadline: Continuous Amount: Up to $2 million Match: 25%

Eligibility: Cities, counties, regional or local sanitation agencies, waste agencies or JPA’s, private, for-profit entities and nonprofit entities

https://www.calrecycle.ca.gov/climate/grantsloans/GHGLoans/FY201516/

The purpose of this noncompetitive loan program is to lower overall greenhouse gas emissions by providing loans to expand existing capacity or establish new facilities to process California-generated waste materials into new value-added products.

 

Major League Baseball (MLB-MLBPA) Youth Development Foundation Deadline: Continuous – Applications are reviewed quarterly by the Board of Directors Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofits, public school, municipality, MLB Club or American Indian Tribe. Board is looking for innovative and creative ideas to increase baseball/softball opportunities for youth (20 and under), related experience, committed staff, financial stability, business plan to attract other funders, helping underserved youth.

https://www.mlb.com/baseball-tomorrow-fund/how-to-apply

Summary: Foundation considers requests for a variety of purposes including funding capital projects (e.g., field renovations, baseball/softball programs and education initiatives. Capital projects include: building and renovating fields and practice facilities and installing lighting. Baseball/Softball programs include: in- school/after-school baseball/softball programming, equipment and uniforms, umpire fees, player registration fees and practice facility rental fees. Education initiatives include: programs, exhibits and other learning opportunities that use baseball and softball as its primary focus to promote interest and engagement in the game.

 

KaBOOM!: Build it with KaBOOM!

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: $15,000 - Grantees are awarded a $15,000 grant to be used toward the purchase of playground equipment. To supplement the $15,000 KaBOOM! grant, grantees are required to raise a minimum of $9,000 (for a total project value of $24,000) up to a maximum of $35,000 (for a total project value of $50,000) towards the cost of the playground project. This amount does not include the cost for safety surfacing, freight, site preparation, installation supervision and any other non-playground equipment items.

Match: $9,000

Eligibility: Must be located in San Jose, Los Angeles County, San Francisco, Brisbane, San Bernardino, Anaheim, Oakland or Santa Ana (See other qualified Community Partner requirements) https://kaboom.org/grants/build_it_with_kaboom#eligibility

A Build it with KaBOOM! grant provides the facilitation and support of an experienced Project Manager as community members embark on a 5–12 week planning process. After selection, all partners will join together for a community Design Day, inviting play experts (the kids, of course) to design their dream playspace.

 

Cisco Global Impact Cash Grants

Deadline: None Amount: Not specified Eligibility: Nonprofits

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/about/csr/community/nonprofits/global-impact-cash-grants.html

Cisco Global Impact Cash Grants support nonprofit organizations in the U.S. and worldwide with scalable, replicable, and sustainable solutions that use Internet and network technology to benefit individuals and communities around the world. In the Education category, Cisco supports technology-based solutions and education delivery models that improve student performance and engagement in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). The Economic Empowerment category focuses on programs that encourage employment success, entrepreneurship, and long-term self-sufficiency by providing access to skills, knowledge, and financial products and services via technology-based solutions. Through the Critical Human Needs category, Cisco grants help overcome the cycle of poverty and dependence by supporting organizations that address the basic needs of underserved communities.

 

National Science Foundation: Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: $50,000 to $1.2 million Match: No

Eligibility: Non-profit, non-academic organizations: Independent museums, observatories, research labs, professional societies and similar organizations in the U.S. associated with educational or research activities.

-Institutions of Higher Education (IHEs) - Two- and four-year IHEs (including community colleges) https://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?ods_key=nsf19603

In today’s increasingly networked, distributed, and asynchronous world, cybersecurity involves hardware, software, networks, data, people, and integration with the physical world. Society’s overwhelming reliance on this complex cyberspace, however, has exposed its fragility and vulnerabilities that defy existing cyber- defense measures; corporations, agencies, national infrastructure and individuals continue to suffer cyber- attacks. Achieving a truly secure cyberspace requires addressing both challenging scientific and engineering problems involving many components of a system, and vulnerabilities that stem from human behaviors and choices.

 

Wallace Global Fund Deadline: Continuous Amount: Not specified Eligibility: Nonprofits http://wgf.org/

The mission of the Wallace Global Fund is to promote an informed and engaged citizenry, to fight injustice, and to protect the diversity of nature and the natural systems upon which all life depends. Grants are provided for initiatives at the national and global levels, as well as for significant local or regional programs offering the potential to leverage broader impact. The focus is on nonprofit organizations and non- governmental organizations that are catalyzing significant change in line with one of the following priority areas: Challenge Corporate Power, Defend and Renew Democracy, Protect the Environment, Promote Truth and Creative Freedom in Media, and Advance Women’s Human Rights and Empowerment.

 

The Nathan Cummings Foundation

Deadline: Letters of inquiry may be submitted at any time Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations https://nathancummings.org/our-focus/

The Nathan Cummings Foundation is rooted in the Jewish tradition and is committed to creating a more just, vibrant, sustainable, and democratic society. The Foundation is currently focused on finding solutions to the two most challenging problems of our time—the climate crisis and growing inequality. The Foundation invests in the following four focus areas that together advance the vision of a healthy planet and a healthy democracy: Inclusive Clean Economy; Racial and Economic Justice; Corporate and Political Accountability; and Voice, Creativity, and Culture.

 

Beneficial State Foundation Sponsorship Program

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: Up to $1,000 for event sponsorship Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations http://beneficialstate.org/sponsorships/

The Beneficial State Foundation Sponsorship Program supports nonprofit organizations in the communities the bank serves in California, Oregon, and Washington. Event sponsorships of up to $1,000 are provided to organizations that are engaged in transformative social and environmental work. Focus areas include affordable housing and multi-family housing; arts, culture, and community building; beneficial financial services; economic, business, and job development; making, manufacturing, and production; social justice; environmental sustainability; health and well-being; and healthy food.

 

South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD): Electric Lawn and Garden Equipment

Deadline: Not stated

Amount: Discounted equipment. One equivalent operable gasoline- or diesel-powered piece of lawn and garden equipment must be scraped to qualify for incentive funding towards battery electric replacement equipment.

Eligibility: Local governments, school districts, nonprofit organizations http://www.aqmd.gov/home/programs/community/lawn-and-garden-equipment

PROGRAM GOALS: Improve air quality by exchanging older, polluting gasoline- or diesel-powered commercial lawn and garden equipment for new zero emission, battery electric commercial grade equipment for operation within South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) four county region. Special focus will be given to environmental justice (EJ)or disadvantaged communities.

 

California Coastal Conservancy: Santa Monica Bay Restoration Plan (Proposition 12)

Deadline: Open until all funds are exhausted Amount: $6.9 for entire program

Eligibility: Government agencies and nonprofit organizations http://scc.ca.gov/files/2018/05/Prop12_SMB_Grant_Solicitation_and_Application_2018.pdf

Regional planning, research, monitoring, and assessments will generally be considered only when directly tied to the furtherance of on-the-ground projects. Projects should meet the goals and objectives in the Prop 12 Santa Monica Bay Restoration Grant Solicitation p. 2 of 5 Conservancy’s Strategic Plan. In addition, project applications should provide information that will enable consideration of any applicable criteria specified in the Project Selection Criteria and Guidelines established by the Conservancy’s board.

 

U.S. Department of Justice: Antiterrorism and Emergency Assistance Program for Crime Victim Compensation and/or Assistance

Deadline: Open

Amount: There are no minimum or maximum levels of funding for grant awards. OVC will work with applicants to ensure that the level of funding requested is necessary to meet their unique circumstances and needs.

Match: No

Eligibility: Eligible applicants are limited to state victim assistance programs; public agencies, including federal, state, and local governments, federally recognized Indian tribal governments, public institutions of higher education; and victim service and nongovernmental organizations. https://ovc.ncjrs.gov/Solicitation.aspx?utm_source=newsfromovc&utm_medium=email&utm_content=respon se_to_opioid_crisis_5.30.2018&utm_c

This program is designed to supplement the resources and services of entities responding to these acts when a jurisdiction has been overwhelmed after such an incident. AEAP funds can assist with crisis response in the initial aftermath of an event; help victims adapt, restore their equilibrium, and deal with the consequences of the event; and facilitate victim participation in the judicial process. AEAP is also designed to supplement state crime victim compensation administrative agencies that reimburse victims for out-of- pocket expenses related to their victimization. Additionally, training and technical assistance funds are available to identify resources, assess needs, coordinate services to victims, and develop strategies for responding to an event.

 

Public Welfare Foundation

Deadline: LOI’s are accepted on a continuous basis Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: 501c3 organizations http://www.publicwelfare.org/grants-process/program-guidelines/

The Public Welfare Foundation supports efforts to advance justice and opportunity for people in need. The Foundation looks for strategic points where its funds can make a significant difference and improve lives through policy and system reform that results in transformative change. We focus on three program areas: Criminal Justice, Youth Justice and Workers’ Rights.

 

BCM Foundation

Deadline: None

Amount: $10,000 to $250,000

Eligibility: Nonprofits, primarily in Los Angeles County with emphasis on Whittier The Foundation's areas of interest include:

  • arts and culture, including arts education and museums;
  • children and youth, including at-risk youth;
  • education, including libraries; and,
  • human services, including food banks. Contact Info:

Attn: James D. Shepard 8152 Painter Avenue

Suite 201

Whittier, CA 90602 - 3757 jbcm1897@gmail.com 562-696-0338

 

Cheeryble Foundation

Deadline: None

Amount: $100 to $34,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Southern California with an emphasis on Santa Barbara The Foundation's areas of interest include:

  • arts and culture, including museums;
  • children and youth;
  • education, including libraries;
  • the environment;
  • health; and,
  • human services.

Attn: Zora Charles

c/o Singer Burke Zimmer, LLP 6345 Balboa Boulevard

Suite 375

Encino, CA 91316

 

Mortimer and Mimi Levitt Foundation

Deadline: None

Amount: $100 to $185,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations, primarily the Los Angeles area The Foundation's areas of interest include:

  • arts and culture, including the performing arts and museums;
  • community development;
  • education;
  • health; and,
  • social services.

Contact Info:

Attn: Kathy Eberly Ovitt c/o Levitt Properties 106 Quarry Road

Hamburg, NJ 07419

 

Whole Foods Market Community Giving Program

Deadline: None Amount: Varies

Eligibility: Nonprofit and educational organizations https://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/mission-values/caring-communities/community-giving Examples of the types of organizations supported include:

  • education, including school support organizations, after-school organizations, etc.;
  • community and culture, including arts organizations, museums, parks, etc.;
  • human interest, including elder care, children and youth, homeless assistance, etc.; and,
  • environmental issues, including organic food and farming, natural wildlife protection, green living, etc.

 

Desert Healthcare District

Deadline: LOI – Continuous

Amount: Not specified. $61,000 annual giving

Eligibility: Government agencies and nonprofit organizations in Coachella Valley http://www.dhcd.org/

The Desert Healthcare District provides grants to nonprofit organizations and government agencies that promote good health in the Coachella Valley of California.

  • Responsive Grants - Community health and wellness services in the development and implementation of new programs and services
  • Sustaining Programs - Critical community health and wellness services provided by an established District partner that is a nonprofit, community-based organization or public agency.
  • Proactive Projects - Leveraging financial, intellectual, and technical resources to identify and alleviate healthcare disparities, address and improve access to health and wellness services, and create environmental change that supports optimal health and a culture of wellness.
  • Mini Grants - This program allows the community to access support for small health initiatives that possibly do not have the capacity for a large program or project.

 

The A. Gary Anderson Family Foundation

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: Total annual giving $646,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Orange County The Foundation's areas of interest include:

  • arts and culture;
  • children and youth;
  • education;
  • health; and,
  • social services.

Contact Info:

17772 Cowan

Irvine, CA 92614

949-242-5050

 

The Cirila Fund Deadline: Continuous Amount: $100 to $36,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Orange County The Fund's areas of interest include:

  • arts and culture;
  • children and youth;
  • the environment;
  • health, including reproductive health; and,
  • social services.

Contact Info:

c/o M. Blank and Company, Inc. 23705 Birtcher Drive

Lake Forest, CA 92630 949-830-5231

 

Segerstrom Foundation Deadline: Continuous Amount: $4,000 to $120,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Orange County

The Foundation's primary focus is on the performing and visual arts and social services. Contact Info:

Attn: Nancy West 3333 Bristol Street

Costa Mesa, CA 92626 714-546-0110

 

Stantec Community Investment Program

Deadline: Continuous Amount: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations https://www.stantec.com/en/about/community-engagement Priority is given to funding programs in the following areas:

  • Arts
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Health and Wellness

 

Rockwell Collins Charitable Contributions Grant Deadline: Under $20,000 deadline is ongoing Amount: Varies

Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations

https://www.rockwellcollins.com/Our-Company/Corporate-Responsibility/Community-Overview/Charitable- Giving.aspx

Rockwell Collins giving priorities include education with an emphasis in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and arts and culture with an emphasis on youth development. We believe that by strengthening the quality of education and providing opportunities for youth involvement and leadership, we are helping students prepare for the future.

 

Cigna Foundation World of Difference Grants Deadline: Online requests may be submitted at any time Amount: Not specified

Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations

http://www.cybergrants.com/cignagiving/?WT.z_nav=about-us%2Fcorporate-responsibility%2Fcigna- foundation%3BBody%3BCollaboration%20Innovation%3A%20World%20of%20Difference%20Grants

The Cigna Foundation is committed to providing opportunities for individuals everywhere to achieve the best possible health. The Foundation’s World of Difference Grants focus on health equity, helping people overcome barriers to their health and well-being related to factors such as ethnicity, race, gender, age, geography, or economics.

 

Thornton Foundation Deadline: Continuous Amount: $900 to $50,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Los Angeles County, with emphasis on San Marino The Foundation's areas of interest include:

  • arts and culture, including museums and music;
  • civic affairs;
  • education, including libraries and higher education;
  • health; and,
  • historic preservation.

Contact Information:

Charles B. Thornton, Jr. 1220 Virginia Road

San Marino, CA 91108 - 1054

626-795-8604

 

Walter & Elise Haas Fund Deadline: None (Submit LOI) Amount: $5,000 to $150,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in San Francisco and Alameda Counties https://haassr.org/

The mission of the Walter & Elise Haas Fund is to help build a healthy, just, and vibrant society in which people feel connected to and responsible for their community.

The Arts

The purpose of this area is to enable Bay Area residents to realize the full potential of the arts to build cross- cultural understanding and enrich individual lives.

Economic Security

The purpose of this area is to help low-income working individuals and families achieve upward mobility and economic security.

Education

The purpose of this area is to help ensure that public school students furthest from opportunity are in schools and classrooms with exceptional teachers.

Jewish Life

The purpose of this program is to foster a vibrant, inclusive Jewish community in the Bay Area, one that offers opportunities for engagement in Jewish life and that encourages participation in the broader pluralistic society.

 

Audrey and Sydney Irmas Charitable Foundation

Deadline: None

Amount: $100 to $150,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Southern California Funding priorities include, but are not limited to:

  • arts and culture;
  • children and youth, including at-risk youth;
  • the environment;
  • health;
  • human rights:
  • Jewish causes and services;
  • social services, including services for the homeless; and,
  • women's issues, including reproductive rights. Attn: Matthew Irmas

11911 San Vicente Boulevard Suite 351

Los Angeles, CA 90049 shoshana.himmel@gmail.com 310-476-0261

 

Dorene and Lee Butler Family Foundation

Deadline: Continuous Amount: $500 to $72,500 Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Southern California

The Foundation's areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • children and youth;
  • education;
  • the environment;
  • seniors;
  • social services;
  • women; and,
  • veterans.

Attn: Lisa Butler Herring, Executive Director 1725 20th Street

San Francisco, CA 94107

 

California Community Foundation

Deadline: Varies by program

Amount: Not specified (annual giving is $179 million) Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Los Angeles County https://www.calfund.org/nonprofits/grant-opportunities/

  • Education Pipeline
  • Health
  • Youth Empowerment: BLOOM (Building a Lifetime of Options and Opportunities for Men)
  • Housing and Economic Opportunity
  • Smart Growth
  • Immigrant Integration

 

The Eisner Foundation

Deadline: None – Submit LOI year round Amount: $10,000 to $300,000

Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in the Greater Los Angeles Area http://eisnerfoundation.org/apply-for-a-grant/

The mission of the Eisner Foundation is to identify, advocate for, and invest in high-quality and innovative programs that unite multiple generations for the betterment of communities. The Foundation funds programs that bring traditionally segregated generations together to generate innovative solutions to issues of inequality, access, and justice.

 

John Gogian Family Foundation

Deadline: Requests reviewed twice per year. (see website) Amount: $20,000 to $35,000

Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Los Angeles County https://www.gogianfoundation.org/grants-program-info/grant-guidelines/

The Foundation supports organizations that provide services and solutions for:

  • developmentally disabled adults and children;
  • vulnerable seniors; and,
  • abused, neglected, and disadvantaged youth.

The Foundation funds organizations that provide services to abused and neglected youth who are living in out-of-home placement or with a pending threat of out-of-home placement.

 

Pacific Western Foundation Deadline: Continuous Amount: $500 to $25,000 Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Los Angeles and San Francisco area https://www.pacificwesternbank.com/community-giving

The Foundation's areas of interest include:

  • Catholic churches, schools, and organizations;
  • homelessness;
  • human services; and,
  • seniors.

 

Ralph M. Parsons Foundation

Deadline: Continuous Amount: $500 to $100,000 Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Los Angeles County http://rmpf.org/grantmaking/how-to-apply/

The Foundation's focus areas include the following:

  • Education
  • Human Services
  • Civic and Cultural
  • Health

 

Southwest Gas Corporation Foundation

Deadline: Not specified Amount: $100 to $10,000 Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Barstow, Big Bear and Victorville https://www.swgas.com/en/charitable-giving

The Foundation makes small grants the following areas:

  • Health and Welfare
  • Youth and Education
  • Civic Responsibility and Community
  • Environment
  • Arts and Culture

 

Kinder Morgan: KM Foundation Education Grants

Deadline: The 10th of every other month beginning in January. (July 10, September 10) Amount: $1,000 - $5,000

Match: None

Eligibility: Public schools, private schools, and 501(c)(3) nonprofits http://www.kindermorgan.com/community/km_foundation.cfm

The Kinder Morgan Foundation believes that today's youth are tomorrow's leaders, and our mission is to provide them with opportunities to learn and grow. Our goal is to help today's science, math and music students become the engineers, educators and musicians who will support our diverse communities for many years to come. To accomplish this goal, we fund programs that promote the academic and artistic interests of young people in the many cities and towns across North America where Kinder Morgan operates. Focus areas include: Academic programs, including tutoring as well as Arts education programs.

 

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation Deadline: LOI’s accepted throughout the year Amount: Not specified

Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Municipalities and nonprofits https://hjweinbergfoundation.org/grants/process/

The Older Adults program is the single largest grant making area from this Foundation. Even better: there are no deadlines, and the Foundation accepts Letters of Inquiry (LOI) on a rolling basis and reviews them weekly. There are several different categories of grant making in this program. These include grants for residential care facilities, such as nursing homes or assisted living residences that are aiming to make their facilities more “home-like.” The Foundations also funds home repair and home modification services for older adults. Community-based facilities, like senior centers and adult day program sites, are also a funded area. Elder homelessness, elder abuse emergency services, caregiver support, promotion of professional long- term care workforce, and economic security programs for seniors are also eligible for consideration for funding.

 

Mobil Beacon: Connect for Success Student Access Donation Program

Deadline: Accepted throughout the year

Amount: Up to 25 laptops and 4G LTE hotspots with free 4G LTE high-speed internet service for 12 months Match: Not specified

Eligibility: School or university in one of the 50 eligible cities in U.S. (California: Chico, Fresno, Palm Springs, Santa Rosa, Yuba City)

http://www2.mobilebeacon.org/connect-for-success-application

Mobile Beacon's Connect for Success Student Access Donation Program was created to offer schools in 50 cities across the United States the laptops and mobile Internet access they need to help students struggling to keep up. The program makes it possible for K-12 schools and higher education institutions in Sprint's 4G LTE service area to provide students without Internet access at home with the tools, connectivity, and hardware they need to complete homework assignments, access educational resources at home, and keep up with their peers. Schools can request up to 25 laptops and 4G LTE hotspots with free 4G LTE high-speed Internet service for 12 months.

 

The Ahmanson Foundation Deadline: Continuous Amount: $500 to $1,000,000 Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations http://theahmansonfoundation.org/

The Foundation's areas of interest include:

  • the arts and humanities;
  • education at all levels;
  • healthcare and medicine; and,
  • human services, including homelessness and underserved populations.

 

Amgen Foundation

Deadline: None. Requests reviewed quarterly Amount: $10,000 to $1,000,000

Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations, government agencies and educational institutions. Emphasis in Thousand Oaks and South San Francisco.

https://www.amgen.com/responsibility/amgen-foundation/

The Amgen Foundation seeks to advance science education, improve quality of care and access for patients, and support resources that create sound communities. The Foundation focuses its philanthropy in the following key areas:

  • Science Education
  • Community Life

 

Angell Foundation

Deadline: None

Amount: $500 to $150,000 Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations https://angellfoundation.org/

The Foundation's areas of interest include the following:

  • Education as Opportunity

The Foundation funds organizations that support students from underserved communities in successfully completing post-secondary degrees or certificates that lead to meaningful careers. The focus is on students ages 14-26 from populations that are traditionally underserved and experience the greatest disparity in post-secondary credential attainment beyond high school: low-income students, foster youth, students of color, young men of color, and first-generation college students.

  • Food Equity

The Foundation funds a small cohort of hunger relief organizations that strive to meet the immediate food needs of underserved communities. Simultaneously, the Foundation offers grants to broader efforts that promote equitable, sustainable food systems and educate the public-at-large about the reality of communities struggling with food insecurity.

  • Transformational Leadership

The Foundation funds efforts that provide opportunities for people to engage in processes that transform the way they think, especially in how to use their skills, talents, and influence to make a positive impact within their communities and organizations. Additionally, the Foundation funds programs that encourage those in leadership positions to develop practices and habits that will enable them to sustain their effectiveness and resilience over time. More specifically, funding goes toward leadership trainings, skills- based workshops, and reflective retreats for individuals and organizations.

 

Armand Hammer Foundation

Deadline: None

Amount: $500 to $100,000 Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations, primary focus in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara Counties 3501 Via Real

Carpinteria, CA 93013

310-996-6805

The Foundation's areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • arts and culture;
  • children and youth;
  • civic affairs;
  • education;
  • health; and,
  • social services.

 

Boeckman Charitable Foundation

Deadline: None

Amount: $500 to $35,000 Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations, primarily in Los Angeles metropolitan area 15505 Roscoe Boulevard

North Hills, CA 91343 818-787-3800

The Foundation's areas of interest include

  • children and youth;
  • Christian churches and organizations;
  • education;
  • human services;
  • mental health; and,
  • services for the blind.

 

Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation

Deadline: None

Amount: $5,000 to $300,000 Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Los Angeles area http://www.dohenyfoundation.org/

The Foundation's areas of interest include the following:

  • Education

Funding includes support of inner city Catholic schools and scholarship funds for Catholic high schools and universities. Adult education programs and religious education are also supported.

  • Medical

Funding is focused on two areas: research and care of the disadvantaged. Research funding is primarily directed to the work of the Doheny Eye Institute and other causes that were of interest to Mrs. Doheny. Hospitals and convalescent care facilities are also supported.

  • Religion

Funding supports the gospel values as expressed in the Roman Catholic faith. Grants in this area have been awarded to religious orders, projects of the archdiocese, retreat centers, outreach programs, and involvement in social justice issues that guard the value of every human being.

  • Health and Welfare

Funding is focused on organizations that assist individuals to lead independent, satisfying lives. Specific areas of interest include programs serving the disabled, foster children, seniors, and pregnant women.

  • Aiding the Needy

The Foundation supports organizations that serve those who are vulnerable in our society. Interests include food and shelter, as well as programs that empower and inspire young people in underserved communities. The Foundation also strongly supports initiatives to advance literacy and economic self- reliance.

 

The GUESS? Foundation

Deadline: None

Amount: $5,000 to $50,000 Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations, primarily in Los Angeles area https://shop.guess.com/en/foundation/

The mission of the GUESS? Foundation is to pursue social, health, and educational opportunities that enhance the well-being, development, protection, and assistance to men, women, and children. The Foundation's areas of interest include:

  • education;
  • AIDS research and treatment;
  • children and youth; and,
  • the protection of the environment.

 

Mark H. and Blanche M. Harrington Foundation

Deadline: None

Amount: $200 to $225,000 Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations, emphasis in Southern California c/o Citizens Business Bank, Trustee

P.O. Box 2549

Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91729 - 2549

626-405-8335

The Foundation's areas of interest include:

  • arts and culture;
  • Christian organizations;
  • children and youth, including at-risk youth;
  • education;
  • the environment;
  • health, including hospitals;
  • historic preservation; and,
  • social services.

 

Bonner Family Foundation

Deadline: None

Amount: $300 to $35,000 Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Fresno Area Attn: Ms. Kaye B. Cummings

565 East Mallard Circle Fresno, CA 93720 kayebc@sbcglobal.net 559-434-5061

The Foundation's areas of interest include:

  • arts and culture, including music programs;
  • public radio and television;
  • arts education projects in elementary schools; and,
  • teacher training in the arts.

 

The California Wellness Foundation

Deadline: No LOI deadline Amount: $120,000 to $200,000 Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations, public agencies, religious organizations and tribal governments http://www.calwellness.org/

The mission of The California Wellness Foundation is to improve the health of the people of California by making grants for health promotion, wellness education, and disease prevention.

The Foundation pursues the following goals through its grantmaking:

  • to address the particular health needs of traditionally underserved populations, including low-income individuals, people of color, youth, and residents of rural areas;
  • to support and strengthen nonprofit organizations that seek to improve the health of underserved populations;
  • to recognize and encourage leaders who are working to increase health and wellness within their communities; and,
  • to inform policymakers and opinion leaders about important wellness and healthcare issues.

 

The Sence Foundation

Deadline: None

Amount: $500 to $10,000 Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Central California 1020 East Mineral King Avenue

Visalia, CA 93292

559-625-1588

The Sence Foundation primarily provides support to nonprofit organizations in California, with emphasis on Central California.

The Foundation's areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • health, including research, and hospitals;
  • education, including higher education; and,
  • children and youth.

 

Pop Culture Collaborative: Pop Up Rapid Response Grants

Deadline: Ongoing Amount: $5,000 to $30,000 Match: Not specified Eligibility: Nonprofit

http://popcollab.org/grants/grants-recipients/rapid-response-grants/

The Pop Culture Collaborative represents an innovative hub for high impact partnerships and grants designed to help organizations and individuals leverage the reach and power of pop culture for social justice goals. Pop Up Rapid Response Grants are designed to help organizations working to build movements, drive campaigns, produce stories, and leverage media and entertainment mediums to drive positive narrative and social change in popular culture. Funded projects must impact, support, or engage at least one of these community groups: people of color, immigrants, refugees, or Muslims. Examples of funded projects include public events and private retreats; tool and resource prototypes; network and partnership building; story, narrative, and strategy design process; and creative content including short film/video, concerts, music recordings, etc.

 

United States Golf Association (USGA) and National Alliance for Accessible Golf

Deadline: Continuous Amount: Up to $20,000

Match: Yes – amount not specific

Eligibility: Municipalities, school districts and nonprofit organizations https://www.accessgolf.org/grants/alliance_grants.cfm

Grants support organizations which provide opportunities for individuals with disabilities to learn and enjoy the game of golf and its inherent values. The Alliance and the USGA share the belief that the game of golf is exceptionally well-suited to allow individuals with disabilities to participate in a recreational or competitive activity with participants who have various types of disabilities as well as those who do not have disabilities.

 

Adidas: Corporate Giving Grants

Deadline: Continuous

Amount: Varies; cash donations or in-kind Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations

https://www.adidas-group.com/en/sustainability/reporting/policies-and-standards/

Corporate Giving will be provided selectively and focuses on the following areas of engagement: 1) Sports within a social context; 2) Kids and Youth; 3) Education o Preventive Health Projects (preferably sports- related); 4) Relief efforts adidas supports projects which show sustainable benefits to the communities where we live and operate.

 

Waste Management Charitable Giving Program

Deadline: Continuous Amount: Not specified Match: Not specified

Eligibility: 501(c)(3) organization or public organizations where any donations requested will be used exclusively for public purposes.

http://www.wm.com/about/community/charitable-giving.jsp

Healthy thriving communities depend on involved citizens, organizations and corporate partners for momentum. We lend our support and services to causes that promote civic pride, economic development and revitalization. Every community has its own challenges, and we strive always to be part of problem- solving initiatives. WM is most motivated to support programs that support environment, environmental education, and causes important to the areas they operate,

 

Xerox Foundation Grants Deadline: Continuous Amount: $1,000- $5,000 Match: None

Eligibility: 501(c)(3) nonprofits, Public School, Private School, Higher Education, Other http://www.xerox.com/about-xerox/citizenship/xerox-foundation/enus.html

 

The Xerox Foundation supports: Education/Workforce Preparedness, Science/Technology, Employee/Community Affairs, and Environmental Affairs. Program Areas include Adult Literacy, Arts, Community Involvement/Volunteerism, Family Services, General Education, Math, Reading, Science/Environmental, Social Studies, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math), Technology, and Vocational.

 

Kenneth A. Lester Family Foundation: Community Grants

Deadline: Continuous – LOI submitted and approved prior to application submission Amount: $5,000 to $25,000

Match: Not specified

Eligibility: Public charity organization in Orange County or Marin County http://lesterfoundation.org/grants/

The focus of the Foundation’s community grants will be to support parks, recreational programs and facilities, museums, theaters, art centers or other developments that will offer people greater lifestyle opportunities, and to encourage their involvement in the civic affairs of their community.

 

The Annenberg Foundation

UPDATE: Due to the public health crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Annenberg Foundation has temporarily repositioned its priorities in order to provide critical support where it’s most needed. As a result, the Foundation is temporarily suspending the receipt of online grant applications and conducting grantmaking by invitation only.

Deadline: None

Amount: $10,000 - $100,000 Match: No

Eligibility: Nonprofit agencies - Primarily the five-county greater Los Angeles region https://www.annenberg.org/

The Foundation provides grants in the following programmatic areas:

  • education;
  • arts, culture, and humanities;
  • the environment;
  • military veterans;
  • civic and community;
  • health and human services; and,
  • animal welfare.

 

The Black Family Foundation

Deadline: Contact the foundation for application deadlines. Amount: $2,500 - $55,000

Match: No

Eligibility: Nonprofits

Contact: 1540 East Lake Road, Suite 300, Erie, PA 16511 814-870-7705

The Foundation supports: Community and economic development; civic affairs, including leadership development and social entrepreneurship; education; environment, including climate change and sustainability; science; and social services, including social justice and social change.

 

The Haskell Fund Deadline: None Amount: $300 - $12,000 Match: No

Eligibility: Nonprofits with emphasis on Southern California Contact:

Attn: James Sekerak 1111 Superior Avenue

Suite 700

Cleveland, OH 44114

216-363-6481

 

The Fund supports food distribution programs, youth services, secondary and higher education, arts and culture.

 

Wish You Well Foundation®

Deadline: None Amount: $200- $10,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations Match: No https://www.wishyouwellfoundation.org/

The primary focus of the Wish You Well Foundation is to support nonprofit organizations in the United States that teach adults the literacy skills they need to communicate, grow, and thrive within their communities. The Foundation's focus is on the development and expansion of new and existing adult literacy and educational programs.

 

THE ERM FOUNDATION

Amount: $1,000 - $20,000 Deadline: None

Match: No

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations http://www.erm.com/en/about-us/erm-foundation/

The ERM Foundation supports organizations that work to create a more sustainable and equitable world. Areas of interest include:

  • low carbon development;
  • conservation and biodiversity;
  • water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH);
  • environmental education; and,
  • empowering women and girls.

 

The A/H Foundation Deadline: None Amount: Up to $21,000

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations in Los Angeles County c/o Rosen & Company CPAs

15545 Devonshire Street, Suite 210 Mission Hills, CA 91345

818-920-9888

Funding focus areas include:

  • animal welfare;
  • community development, including safety issues;
  • education;
  • health, including cancer, medical research, and services to wounded veterans; and,
  • Jewish organizations;
  • social services.

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