Volume XX | Issue 1 | January 7, 2021


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Funding Opportunities

COVID-19 Related Funding
Opportunities related to the COVID-19 pandemic

Program Addresses COVID-19 Challenges in Asian American Communities Nationwide
The JA Community Foundation supports nonprofit organizations serving the Japanese American and greater Asian American communities nationwide.

Pandemic Relief Efforts in South Alabama Funded
Phase II of the Community Foundation of South Alabama's COVID-19 Response and Relief program will support nonprofit organizations working on relief efforts to aid those affected by COVID-19 in Baldwin, Choctaw, Clarke, Conecuh, Escambia, Mobile, Monroe, and Washington counties.

Emergency Grants Aid Pueblo Communities in New Mexico
Through the COVID-19 Emergency Relief Funding program, the Chamiza Foundation is supporting organizations that serve Pueblo communities throughout New Mexico.

For more grant opportunities,
visit our COVID-19 Related Funding page.


National Opportunities
Opportunities throughout the U.S.

Support for After-School Programs for Middle Schoolers
The Aim High grant program, funded by the New York Life Foundation and administered by the Afterschool Alliance, supports out-of-school programs serving middle school youth nationwide.

Programs for People With Spinal Cord Injury in the U.S. and Canada Funded
The Craig H. Neilsen Foundation is dedicated to supporting both programs and scientific research to improve the quality of life for those affected by and living with spinal cord injury.

Fellowships to Address Criminal Justice Issues Offered
Soros Justice Fellowships, an initiative of the Open Society Foundations, funds outstanding individuals to undertake projects that advance reform, spur debate, and catalyze change on a range of issues facing the U.S. criminal justice system.

Grants Enhance School Libraries Serving Disadvantaged Students
The Snapdragon Book Foundation seeks to foster children's literacy by providing support to school libraries serving disadvantaged children.


Regional Opportunities
Opportunities for specific geographic areas

Health Care Initiatives in North Carolina Supported
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust works to improve the health and quality of life of the residents of North Carolina.

Funds for Oregon Organizations Benefiting the Public
The Reser Family Foundation supports nonprofit organizations in Oregon that benefit the residents of the state, creating a brighter future for all.

Grants Promote Educational Programs for D.C. Area Residents
The Herb Block Foundation is committed to defending the basic freedoms guaranteed all Americans, combating all forms of discrimination and prejudice, and improving the conditions of the poor and underprivileged.

Support for Efforts to Improve the Lives of Colorado's Children and Families
The grantmaking program of the Caring for Colorado Foundation is rooted in its purpose of achieving equity, health, and well-being for Colorado's children and families.


Federal Opportunities
Opportunities from the U.S. government

Funds Available to Address Youth Opioid Use
The Opioid Affected Youth Initiative supports programs and strategies that identify, respond to, treat, and support children, youth, and families impacted by the opioid epidemic to ensure public safety.

Awards Highlight Environmental Protection
The People, Prosperity, and the Planet (P3) Award Program provides support to research, develop, design, and demonstrate solutions to real world challenges.


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


GrantStation Announcements

Funding Alerts

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Other Announcements

TrendTrack

Balancing Two Pandemics

by Anthony Silard

I see so many people suffering, and it breaks my heart. I hear it everywhere around me in the voices of my family members, friends, (Zoom) leadership conference participants, coworkers, and students. I notice this suffering easily because it also exists inside of me. What can nonprofit leaders do to ameliorate this suffering in the people they lead—their staff, volunteers, board members, and donors? The ability of nonprofit leaders to do exactly this will be imperative for the future health of their organizations. Unless the emotional weight is lightened, it's a challenge for organizational members just to wake up in the morning, much less focus on working smarter and harder toward compelling social initiatives to help others.
 


Online Education

FREE Tour of the GrantStation Website

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Join Jeremy Smith, Communications and Technology Director, and Kerry Glauser, Research Specialist, for a quick tour of the GrantStation website. This tour will cover all of the features in GrantStation.com, including navigation, search interfaces, and charitable database search criteria. This tour will provide tips on the most effective way to use all of the valuable resources the website offers, including the extensive funder databases that can help you identify the grantmakers most likely to fund your programs or projects. By using GrantStation's databases and resource tools, you can begin to develop a successful grantseeking strategy for the next 12 to 18 months.
 


PathFinder

The Pandemic Pivot, by John Feffer, Institute for Policy Studies

What are the implications of COVID-19 for key global issues? What is the potential for transformative change coming out of this crisis? Answers to these questions can be found in the book entitled The Pandemic Pivot, written by John Feffer and put out by the Institute for Policy Studies. Based on a series of discussions with 68 of the world's leading thinkers and activists, this book provides a sobering analysis of the present moment and a hopeful cry on behalf of a global, people-oriented response to it. It offers insight and an actionable framework for what Cindy Wiesner calls "a just transition to a regenerative, anti-racist, feminist economy."

(GrantStation's PathFinder, a library of learning opportunities, is now a free public resource!)
 


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