Volume XIX | Issue 4 | January 30, 2020


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Funding Opportunities

National Opportunities
Opportunities throughout the U.S.

Support for Programs Aiding Traumatized Youth
The Weyerhaeuser Family Foundation's Children's Initiative provides support to direct service programs throughout the United States that promote resilience, stability, and pyscho-social health for youth.

Disaster Preparedness Efforts Funded
The Resilient Communities program, an initiative of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation with support from Wells Fargo, aims to help communities in the United States and its territories, prepare, strengthen, and bounce back more quickly after a disaster.

Grants Promote the Creation and Touring of Dance Works
The National Dance Project (NDP), a program of the New England Foundation for the Arts, is widely recognized as one of the country's major sources of funding for dance.

Initiatives Addressing Organic Products and Cooperative Ideals Supported
The Blooming Prairie Foundation is dedicated to promoting innovative ideas and practices in the area of organic and natural foods in order to further the health of the people, the health of the environment, and cooperative ideals.


Regional Opportunities
Opportunities for Specific Areas

Funds for Organizations in New England Advancing Racial Equity in Education
The mission of the Nellie Mae Education Foundation is to champion efforts that prioritize community goals that challenge racial inequities and advance excellent, student-centered public education for all New England youth.

Grants Strengthen Health Projects in Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, and Oklahoma
The mission of the Telligen Community Initiative (TCI) is to support innovative and forward-looking health-related projects aimed at improving health, social well-being, and educational attainment.

Support for Professional Development Opportunities for East Coast Organizations
The Non-Profit Training Resource Fund, an initiative of the TD Charitable Foundation, provides grants to charitable organizations for employees to attend approved classes and courses that will enhance job performance.

Nonprofit Healthcare Providers in Rural Alaska Funded
The goal of the Premera Rural Health Care Fund, administered by the Alaska Community Foundation, is to support projects that will help Alaska nonprofits provide access to quality health care in rural Alaskan communities.


Federal Opportunities
Opportunities from the U.S. Government

Program Supports Opioid Alternatives
The Emergency Department Alternatives to Opioids Demonstration Program seeks to develop and implement alternatives to opioids for pain management in hospitals and emergency department settings.

Funds Available to Help Beginning Farmers and Ranchers
The Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program supports education, mentoring, and technical assistance initiatives to help beginning farmers and ranchers with entering, establishing, building, and managing successful farm and ranch enterprises.


International Funding
For more International and Canadian funding opportunities:
See this month's International Insider and Canadian Insider.


GrantStation Announcements

Funding Alerts

More funding opportunities are featured on the GrantStation homepage. Click here to see the grantmakers spotlighted this week!


Other Announcements

TrendTrack

Most Popular Blog Posts in 2019

by Cynthia Adams

I'd like to share with you the ten blog posts published on GrantStation that were the most read in 2019. Seven of these posts were written by GrantStation staff, and three were contributions from several of our partners. Each of these posts attracted a lot of readers, I'm sure for varying reasons. If you haven't read them take a few minutes, pick out one or two, and spend a little time with some new reflections and ideas about the world of philanthropy that GrantStation offered in 2019.
 


Online Education

Exploring Public Funding (NEW)

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Community nonprofits often struggle to compete with larger organizations for public dollars. This webinar, presented by Mindy Muller, is an opportunity to arm nonprofits with the information needed to make an informed decision about whether or not to pursue these funding options. The webinar will review the structure of public funding from the federal level to the state and local levels, as well as the process of considering the pros and cons of pursuing public funding. Participants will learn more about tapping into public funds, the request for proposal process, and how to prepare, qualify, and apply for public funds. Federal requirements to consider before pursuing public dollars, like OMB Circulars, the Davis-Bacon Act, and environmental reviews, will also be covered. Finally, participants will learn tips on competing for public funds with excellence. Attendees will learn about public funding streams, including federal, state, and local funding; develop strategies to make intentional decisions about pursuit of public funding; acquire an awareness of additional mandates required when using federal funds; and learn about the common request for proposal funding structure. This session is excellent for nonprofits looking to explore public funding as well as experienced proposal writers looking for a refresher.
 


PathFinder

How Much Should I Ask For?
10 Points of Consideration for Foundation Grantees

When approaching a foundation for the first time, it's essential to determine the right amount for that initial grant request. Nonprofit Quarterly's article, "How Much Should I Ask For? 10 Points of Consideration for Foundation Grantees" seeks to draw back the curtain on the inner workings of at least some private foundations, and to encourage prospective grantees to put time into homework as they develop a budget ask.
 


 

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