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Thursday, March 08, 2007

Grants For Non-Profits

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3/9 Non-Profit Organizations and Government Agencies offerings will be made available pursuant to HUD program policies. Non-Profits must be approved by HUD to participate in the Single Family Property Disposition Discount Sales Program. To apply to become a HUD-approved Non-Profit you will need to complete the appropriate non-profit application located on the following HUD web site: http://www.hud.gov/offices/hsg/sfh/np/np_prog.cfm

3/8 The Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE), invites eligible applicants to submit competitive grant applications for special improvement projects, which further the national child support mission, vision, and goals. Applications will be screened and evaluated as indicated in this program announcement. Awards will be contingent upon the outcome of the competition and the availability of funds. For Fiscal Year (FY) 2007, approximately $700,000 is available for all priority areas. A non-Federal match is not required.
WHO: Faith-based and community organizations are eligible to apply.
WHEN: Applications are due by May 2, 2007
AWARD AMOUNT: 7 awards totaling $700,000
CONTACT: Susan Greenblatt at 202-401-4849 or sgreenblatt@acf.hhs.gov

Kresge Foundation Announces New Grantmaking Approach, Fourth-Quarter Grants (2/02/07)
The Kresge Foundation in Troy, Michigan, has announced fourth-quarter grants totaling more than $39 million as well as a new emphasis in its approach to grantmaking. In a letter from its president posted on its Web site, the foundation, which is known for the challenge grants it makes to organizations at the midpoint of a capital campaign, has announced that it will begin to pay more attention to an organization's mission, the community impact of its proposed project, and the broader trends at work within a field. According to Kresge president and CEO Rip Rapson, the foundation is looking to inject values considerations directly and systematically into its deliberations. To that end, many of the grants it awarded in the fourth quarter seek to expand low-income individual's access to critical services, help revitalize communities in need of investment, and encourage institutions to reach a higher level of effectiveness through innovation, collaboration, and/or risk-taking. "We are...exploring how best to supplement our bricks and mortar emphasis to best contribute to nonprofit capacity," Rapson said. "A number of our special funding initiatives -- historically black colleges and universities, green buildings, and Detroit -- have suggested very powerfully that nonprofits may value other forms of support even more than capital support and that even our capital support might be more helpful if offered earlier in the campaign process, in slightly different forms, or with a reduced emphasis on predetermined rules and guidelines." For a complete list of the foundation's fourth-quarter grant recipients, visit its Web site.

3/7 Hope Has A Face Based in Biloxi - Rapid Reconstruction is what they fund

3/7 - Funds For The South Small grants for pre Katrina Orgs to help rebuild and assist their communities

Money to Pay Employees At Your Nonprofit. Do you need people to work for your nonprofit, but don’t have the budget? There are several agencies within the Federal government which provides staffing for a variety agencies. To register your organization for workers paid by the government, contact the Corporation for National and Community Service. They have several programs such as AmeriCorps and the Senior Corps that train and pay for volunteers to serve in a variety of public service agencies. In partnership with non-profit groups, faith-based organizations, schools, and other public agencies, participants in these programs tutor children, build and renovate homes, provide immunizations and health screenings, clean up and preserve the environment, serve on neighborhood crime-prevention patrols, and respond to disasters. Contact Corporation for National and Community Service, 1201 New York Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20525; 202-606-5000; 877-USACORPS;

Tiger Woods Foundation
February 1, May 1, August 1, and November 1 The Tiger Woods Foundation grant-making process focuses on providing opportunities to children and families who are underserved. Funding isapproved for the programmatic areas of education, youth development, parenting, and family health and welfare. Organizations must be tax-exemptunder Section 501(c) 3. Individual organizations within a public school that are 501(c)(3) tax-exempt may apply.

Technology Grants GRANTS FOR NONPROFITS:COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY A compilation of web pages and books of potential interest to nonprofit organizations seeking funding opportunities related to computer technology. Can be of assistance to anyone who has lost their IT abilities or Data Bases...

Historic Preservation Grants A compilation of web pages and books of potential interest to nonprofit organizations seeking funding opportunities related to historic preservation.

Education and Environment
HSBC in the Community Foundation Due Date: Rolling basis HSBC established HSBC in the Community (USA) Inc. to carry out its mission with a philanthropic strategy focused primarily on two critical issues: education and the environment. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: 501(c)(3)public charities, public schools and school districts or other government agencies are eligible HSBC in theCommunity (USA) Inc., Group Public Affairs, 452 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10018, (212) 525-8239.

SAS Foundation - helping kids graduate SAS Institute Inc. -- SAS Corporate Citizenship Program SUMMARY: Support is directed towards sustainable programs that help students excel in the classroom and graduate from high school. Organizations will be considered if they can show that their efforts have a long-term impact and affect significant numbers of people, regardless of race, national origin, gender, age, disability, religious beliefs, or income levels. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: SAS will consider financial and in-kind requests from organizations and institutions that: have nonprofit tax-exempt status under Internal Revenue Service code 501(c)(3) DUE DATE: Ongoing INFORMATION: Corporate Citizenship, SAS Campus Drive, Cary, NC27513. Email: corporatecitizenship@sas.com

The Katrina Foundation For Recovery Ongoing grants from selling of "Blue Band" bracelets.

From Terra - Cottonwood Foundation
cottonwood@igc.org Ongoing SUMMARY: This foundation supports organizations for which "small grants will make a big difference." To receive support, organizations must rely on volunteers and must focus on protecting the environment, promoting cultural diversity, and empowering people to meet their own basic needs, such as food and shelter. Organizations are not required to be classified as tax-exempt under Section501(c)(3). Political and religious organizations, government agencies,for-profit businesses, individuals, and universities are not eligible.

From Terra - Prudential Foundation Ready to Work
Deadline: Ongoing
Ready to Work focuses on initiatives that increase employment opportunitiesby strengthening job skills and opportunities, and by promoting neighborhood development activities. Programs involve work force developmentand increasing entrepreneurship through financial training and access to capital. Ready to Work also promotes the creation of decent, affordable housing by working in partnership with Community Housing Development Corporations and community development financial institutions.

From Terra - Cigna Foundation Health Grants Deadline: Ongoing Projects involving women's health and domestic violence will be given priority. Individuals and faith-based and political organizations are barred from applying. Organizations must be 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.

From Terra - McKenzie Foundation Community Development Grants
Deadline: Ongoing The purpose of the McKenzie Foundation is to encourage and support nonprofit programs, primarily in the areas of education, health, human services and cultural and environmental concerns.

The Emergency Food/Shelter National Board Program supplements the work of local social service organizations within the United States, both private and governmental, to help people in need of emergency assistance. Program funds are used to provide the following: *Food, in the form of served meals or groceries.
*Lodging in a mass shelter or hotel.
*One month's rent or mortgage payment.
*One month's utility bill.
*Minimal repairs to allow a mass feeding or sheltering facility to function during the program year.
*Equipment necessary to feed or shelter people, up to a $300 limit per item.
Contact Emergency Food/Shelter National Board Program,
701 NorthFairfax Street, Suite 310,
Alexandria, VA 22314-2064;
703-706-9660

Fundraising Opportunity - Wholesale@kingarthurflour.com
King Arthur Flour.com Contact King Arthur Flour to find out about Benevolent Baking, our special fundraising program for non-profits - selling a selection of King Arthur's best-selling baking mixes - scones, muffins, and pancakes to raise money for your non-profit group. 58 Billings Farm Road, White River Junction, VT 05002 866-797-9178

Rosie's For All Kids Foundation Grants Awarded grants are issued only to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations dedicated to helping low-income children and their families through quality childcare and early childhood education curriculum

Not Really a Grant - Pledge Page You can create a page for people to review and donate to you through. I honestly don't know about it - I don't collect funds, so can't say how well they do. But, it appears on the up and up. I've seen it in a few other places and always has good reviews. 12/1 - I posted information about the Real People Relief site - haven't seen a drastic uptick in views, but it's gone up some - so for no charge, it's one more place to be linked to and appear more popular by the search engines AND be seen by people surfing...

For Volunteers over 60

CVS Pharmacy Community Grants Grants will be provided to nonprofit organizations for programs focusing on health, rehabilitation, and active movement for disabled children under the age of 18 or healthcare services for uninsured people....

Other Resource Pages
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Businesses
Children/Childcare
Dental
Disabled
Education Assistance
Elderly
Emotional Resources
Family Resources
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Grandfamily/Single Parent Resources
Grants for Individuals - does not include homeowner or repair grants
Home/Utility
LA Family Resources
Medical Resources
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3 Comments:

Anonymous Doug Arnett said...

Great blog...is there email access/newsletter or subscriptions available.

Doug Arnett
Ex. Director
GenealogyFound
501(c)(3) foundation
jdarnett@gmail.com

09 March, 2007 22:29  
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Blogger Robert said...

Leslie:
Can you please contact me at robirm@gmail.com regarding the lower ninth ward medical clinic?
I may have some assistence for them.

Robert Irmas

10 March, 2008 16:59  

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