Prize donations of up to $35,000 to the charity of choice of outstanding USA women who volunteer for their communities and are working to improve the lives of those living in their communities. Successful nominees will be those who are working to fulfill community needs, broadly defined as:...
Grants of up to $20,000 to USA affiliate organizations and other groups that have been affected by disasters and are seeking to engage youth, ages 16 to 25, in disaster response and recovery efforts. There are three separate funding categories to apply for within this grant program:
Awards of up to $15,000 to recognize USA and international public and private organizations and institutions and individuals actively engaged in stewardship of the world's information heritage. Examples of worthy efforts that may receive support include those that contribute to the digital...
Letter of Intent Due: 05/31/2013
Grants starting at $25,000 to USA non-profit organizations seeking funds to plan and implement cultural programs or projects that aim to increase understanding of contemporary Muslim cultures through arts or media-based experiences. These grants are intended to support projects that create...
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Grants ranging from $250 to $5,000 to New York City non-profit organizations and community groups working to make neighborhood parks thrive. The purpose of these grants is to strengthen the outreach, membership, and program-planning capacity of eligible entities, with the ultimate goal of helping...
Grants of up to $25,000 will be available to USA non-profits in order to promote financial literacy among their constituents through new or existing programs. Eligible projects help individuals gain the capacity to change their own situations and make it a priority to have women involved in...
Grants are available to qualified New York State non-profits to provide free civil legal services to individuals at or below poverty level who are engaged in disputes regarding basic necessities of life such as housing, family matters, access to health care and education, and subsistence income....
Grants to East Coast, USA non-profit organizations that are working to enhance the quality of life for low- and moderate-income residents by providing programs or services addressing one or more of the following areas: community investment and economic development; youth and education; health...
Grants are available to New York State agencies that provide housing and assistive services to formerly homeless HIV/AIDS victims and their families. Funds can be used for building and apartment maintenance, support services, and other related activities. The target population must be residing...
Grants are available to USA non-profits to provide programs to train and educate workers and employers about job safety and to provide them with information about their rights and responsibilities. There are two funding categories: (1) The first is for the development of safety, training, and...