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1675 Foundation - Foundation Grants

The 1675 Foundation makes grants to organizations that are tax exempt under the IRS Code 501(c )(3) as well as public charities under IRS Code 509(a). Grants are made to organzations that serve Chester County, Pennsylvania. The Foundation supports the following kinds of efforts: Opportunities for educational enrichment for under-served chidlren; Early childhood education; After-school programs. Applications are due October 1 for the December distribution and March 1 for May distribution meetings.

Award Amount: $2k-$50k

Deadline: 10/1, 3/1 annual

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Adolph Coors Foundation - Adolph Coors Foundation Youth & Education Grants

The Adolph Coors Foundation provides financial assistance in the areas of health, education, youth, community and human services. They assist charitable nonprofit organizations and encourage those that sponsor after-school programs offering leadership opportunities, character building, mentoring, or tutoring to apply. Proposals are accepted throughout the year, but the deciding Board of Trustees only meets three times per year.

Award Amount: $5k-$25k

Deadline: 3/1, 6/1, 11/1

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Adolph Coors Foundation

The Adolph Coors Foundation provides financial assistance in the areas of health, education, youth, community and human services.

Award Amount: $5,000-$25,000

Deadline: 3/1, 7/1, 11/1

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Adopt-A-Classroom

Adopt-A-Classroom allows donors to get inside the classroom and select specific projects that they would like to donate towards. It allows teachers to ask for aid in areas where grants may not be typical and may be on a smaller scale.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Adopt-A-Classroom - Adopt-A-Classroom

Adopt-A-Classroom allows donors to get inside the classroom and select specific projects that they would like to assist with either in monetary or moral support. This is a great tool to connect donors to teachers that are looking for funding for a wide variety of reasons. Schools may be asking for assistance with buying school supplies, physical education equipment, collecting donations to take a class trip, etc. Donations are made on both small and large scale programs/projects.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Alabama Power - Alabama Power Foundation Grant

The Alabama Power Foundation supports non-profit, tax-exempt 501( c)(3) organizations across the state through the grant program. The Foundation supports programs, organizations and projects doing good work in the areas of education, community, health and human services, arts and culture, and the environment. Grant requests for less thatn $50,000 are considered on a rolling basis. Grant requests of $50,000 or more are put before the Alabama Power Foundation board quarterly.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Albertsons - Community Grants

Albertson's accepts and awards grants in the following areas: hunger relief, dietary health and nutrition education. Nutritional Education includes healthy lifestyles, nutrition promotion and education, as well as providing access to healthy foods. Those eligible include nonprofit organizations and schools in the areas that Albertsons grocery stores operates.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Albertsons

This organization focuses on providing non-profit organizations with funding to assist in the areas of hunger relief, health and nutrition, and environmental stewardship.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Alfred Bersted Foundation

The Alfred Bersted Foundation supports and promotes quality education, human services, and health care programming for underserved populations.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Alfred Bersted Foundation - Community Grants

The Alfred Bersted Foundation supports and promotes quality education, human services, and health care programming for underserved populations. Location preferences include DeKalb, Dupage, Kane and McHenry Counties in Illinois. Application deadlines are April 15 and September 15. Grant recipients will be notified by June 30 for the April deadline and December 15 for the September deadline.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Allendale Community Foundation - Teacher Mini-Grants

The Allendale Community Foundation is a new program that invites teachers to apply for mini-grants to try out a new idea or buy the extra supplies needed for an already great lesson plan. Grants are awarded in the amount of $200 to teachers to enhance their classrooms. Any teacher or counselor employed in public or private education in Allendale Charter Township is eligible to apply. These grants are limited to one per classroom and one per teacher per school year.

Award Amount: 200

Deadline: Rolling

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Allendale Community Foundation - Teacher Mini-Grants

This is a community foundation that supports the township and surrounding communities with projects that advance their communities and enhance the education of youth within those communities.

Award Amount: $200

Deadline: Rolling

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Allyn Family Foundation - Allyn Family Foundation Grants

The Allyn Family Foundation awards grants for non-profit organizations that dedicate their time to improving health, education and welfare in the communities of Maricopa County, Arizona, Cook County, Illinois, and Morris County, New Jersey. Core concern is focused on the status, condition and treatment of women, children, minorities, and the underprivileged.

Award Amount: 5000

Deadline: 6/30/14

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Allyn Family Foundation

The Allyn Family Foundation awards grants for non-profit organizations that dedicate their time to improving health, education and welfare in the communities noted.

Award Amount: $5,000

Deadline: June 30 (annually)

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Allyn Family Foundation - Allyn Family Foundation Grants

The Allyn Family Foundation awards grants for non-profit organizations that dedicate their time to improving health, education and welfare in the communities of Maricopa County, Arizona, Cook County, Illinois, and Morris County, New Jersey. Core concern is focused on the status, condition and treatment of women, children, minorities, and the underprivileged.

Award Amount: $5k

Deadline: 6/30/14

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American Express and Dosomething.org - Do Something Grants

DoSomething.org is the country's largest not-for-profit for young people and social change. Their awarded organizations support youth-led community projects.

Award Amount: $250-$500

Deadline: Rolling

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American Express and Dosomething.org - Do Something Grants

DoSomething.org is the country's largest not-for-profit for young people and social change. Their awarded organizations support youth-led community projects and meet the following criteria: they are youth led and driven, they see measurable change, they have a community focus, there is a long-term problem solving action, they are creative, and promote diversity among the children.

Award Amount: $250-$500

Deadline: Rolling

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American Heart Association - Childhood Obesity Rapid Response Fund

The Childhood Obesity Rapid Response Fund, comprised by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the American Heart Association, has the mission of making effective strategic investments in ongoing state, local, and tribal public policy campaigns in order to increase public policy impact on healthy weight and living among children. Most of the funding is targeted at the passing of new public policy, but topics for defense of existing critical policy and policy implementation have also been known to receive funding. These grants are only available to non-profit organizations.

Award Amount: $15k-$100k

Deadline: Rolling

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American Heart Association - Childhood Obesity Rapid Response Fund

Their mission is to build healthier lives for people, in specific meaning to live free of cardiovascular disease and stroke. Through these grants they hope to assist in their mission.

Award Amount: $15,000 - $100,000

Deadline: Rolling

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American Savings Foundation

The American Savings Foundation is an independent charitable foundation that supports the selected communities by assisting with education, human services, and the arts with an emphasis on children.

Award Amount: $5,000-$50,000

Deadline: Rolling

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American Savings Foundation - American Savings Foundation Grants

The American Savings Foundation is an independent charitable foundation that provides support in the areas of human services, education and arts and culture to nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations in select towns in their service area. Some examples of previous grant recipients include early childhood intervention programs, after-school enrichment programs, dance classes and various other youth and family services.

Award Amount: $5k-$50k

Deadline: Rolling

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Amon G. Carter Foundation - Amon G. Carter Foundation Grants

The Amon G. Carter Foundation supports a variety of topics in the Worth/Tarrant Counties including social services, education, health, medicine, arts and humanities and the Amon Carter Museum. Eligible applicants must be tax-exempt and the Foundation does not make grants to individuals.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Amon G. Carter Foundation

The Amon G. Carter Foundation supports a variety of topics in the Worth/Tarrant Counties including social services, education, health, medicine, arts and humanities and the Amon Carter Museum.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Amway Corporation - One by One Campaign for Children

The Amway One by One Program funds groups and programs that have direct, real and lasting impacts on the lives of children. An emphasis is put on those organizations that help disadvantaged or disabled children. The main areas of support include health and human services, education, arts, and culture. Selected programs need to offer children the resources that they need to live, achieve, learn, and play. The locations of interest include Amway's locations including Ada, Michigan, Buena Park and Lakeview, California, and their service centers in Washington, Georgia, Texas, and Hawaii.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Amway Corporation - One by One Campaign for Children

The Amway One by One Program is dedicated to helping the needs of children. This includes assisting children with special needs, malnutrition, education, etc.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation - Youth Council Grant Program

Youth Council awards nearly $70,000 in grants annually in two grant cycles. Grants support local programs and projects that have expanded opportunities for young people throughout our region. One area of funding is after school recreation and socail activities where youth would personally participate in after school recreation and social activities. Letter of interest due March 7, 2014 and applications are due March 11, 2014.

Award Amount: up to $35k

Deadline: 3/11/14

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Annenberg Foundation - Annenberg Foundation Grant

The Annenberg Foudnation generally awards grants int eh following programmatic areas: Education, Human Health & Wellness as well as other areas (see website for additional areas). The Foundation places the highest priority on nonprofits serving consituents in the five-county region of Great Loas Angeles (these include Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura Counties). Grants typically range from $10,000 to #100,000.

Award Amount: $10k-$100k

Deadline: Rolling

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APS Foundation - APS Foundation Grants

The APS Foundation is designated toward helping students compete in the global economy. The grants are favored toward STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) schools since they teach students the needed skills to attract high-quality businesses and industries into the state. APS supports nonprofit organizations in their five strategic areas: health and human services, community development, education, arts and culture, and environment. Those eligible include schools, recreation centers, sports programs, and many other community groups.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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APS Foundation

This foundation is designated toward helping students compete in the global economy. The grants are favored toward STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) schools since they teach students the needed skills to attract high-quality businesses and industries into the state.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Atherton Family Foundation - Atherton Family Foundation Grant

The Atherton Foundation makes grants for programs and projects that benefit the people of Hawaii. The fields of greatest interest are art, culture, and humanities; community development; education; environment; health; human services; spiritual development; and youth development. Applicants must have 501(c )(3) status or must apply through a fiscal sponsor with 501(c )(3) status.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 4/1, 7/1, 10/1

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Atkinson Foundation

The Atkinson Foundation provides grants to those organizations in the San Mateo County area that benefit children, youth, families, immigrants, the elderly, ill, disadvantaged, physically disabled, or those suffering from drug or alcohol abuse.

Award Amount: $5,000-$15,000

Deadline: 2/1, 5/1, 8/1, 11/1

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Atkinson Foundation - Atkinson Foundation Grants

The Atkinson Foundation provides grants to those organizations in the San Mateo County area that benefit children, youth, families, immigrants, the elderly, ill, disadvantaged, physically disabled, or those suffering from drug or alcohol abuse. The Foundation supports nonprofit, education, or church organizations in San Mateo County, but also in some other international programs of the US in Mexico or Central America.

Award Amount: $5k-$15k

Deadline: 2/1, 5/1, 9/1, 11/1

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AzAHPERD

AzAHPERD is the funding organization for the Arizona Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. They provide schools with grants in order to develop health and physical education programs.

Award Amount: $1,000

Deadline: Varies

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Baltimore Community Foundation

The BCF organization provides awards for education, youth program, human services, arts and more. They have numerous grants listed on their site.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Vary by grant

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Baltimore Community Foundation - Community Foundation Grants

The Baltimore Community Foundation is viewed as a resource for a variety of grants and other funding opportunities. Grant awards go toward education, youth programs, human services, arts, and more. Visit their website for a current list of all of the available grants (they change fairly often and organizations may be eligible for more than one).

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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Baltimore Ravens All Community Team Foundation - Ravens Play 60 Grant

The Baltimore Ravens All Community Team Foundation is committed to improving, encouraging and enabling healthy development of the youth in Baltimore (and the surrounding communities). For the seventh year in a for this foundation will be able to provide up to $5,000 to nonprofit organizations that create or continue programs that promote physical fitness and nutrition education. Their emphasis is youth-driven programs that must promote physical education and nutrition.

Award Amount: $5k

Deadline: 5/31/14

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Baltimore Ravens All Community Team Foundation - Ravens Play 60 Grant

This foundation is committed to improving, encouraging and enabling healthy youth development in the Baltimore area by granting organizations with monetary assistance to they can create projects to promote physical fitness and nutrition education.

Award Amount: $5,000

Deadline: 5/31/13

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Battle Creek Community Foundation

This foundation supports the Battle Creek, MI area with areas such as health, education, human services, arts and culture, public affairs, youth and community development.

Award Amount: $1,000-$10,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Battle Creek Community Foundation - Community and Mini Grants

The Battle Creek Community Foundation provides funding to a wide variety of nonprofit programs, organizations and community groups that enhance the quality of life in Battle Creek, Michigan. These organizations serve the areas of health, education, human services, arts and culture, public affairs, youth, and community development. Applicants can apply for regular grants up to $10,000 and mini-grants up to $1,000.

Award Amount: Mini: 1k, Competitive: $5k-$10k

Deadline: Rolling

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Bayer USA Foundation

The Bayer USA Foundation provides assistance in the Northern part of California to organizations that focus on education, workforce development, and environmental stability.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Bayer USA Foundation - Bayer USA Foundation Grant Program

The Bayer USA Foundation provides assistance to organizations that focus on education, workforce development, and environmental stability in the communities in which Bayer employees live and work. Their overall goal for the Foundation is to enhance the quality of life, provide unique and enriching opportunities that create diverse alliances, and prepare the leaders of our future. An eligibility pre-screening is required of all new submissions to ensure that the proposals fall within the Foundation's guidelines.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Bemis Foundation - Community Support Grants

The Bemis Foundation Community Support Grants are awarded in Basic Education and Health & Wellness during their Empower funding cycle. A letter of intent is required before applying. Applications are due March 18th, 2014. To apply, organizations must be 501(c )(3) IRS designated, or an accredited, non-profit educational institution serving Bemis facility communities in the U.S.

Award Amount: Over $1000

Deadline: 3/18/14

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Ben B. Cheney Foundation - Cheney Foundation Grants

The Ben B. Cheney Foundation targets their support toward projects that develop solutions to community problems, facilitate the improvement of services or programs, or invest in equipment or facilities that will have a long-lasting impact on community needs. They support private, nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations located in the selected areas of Washington, Oregon and California. Their eight categories of support are: charity, civic, culture, education, elderly, health, social services, and youth. Their emphasis is on athletics and innovative programs.

Award Amount: $10k

Deadline: Rolling

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Ben B. Cheney Foundation

The Ben B. Cheney Foundation targets their support toward projects that develop solutions to community problems, facilitate the improvement of services or programs, or invest in equipment or facilities that will have a long-lasting impact on community needs.

Award Amount: $10,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Blue & You Foundation

The Blue & You Foundation provides these mini-grants to support health improvement programs in Arkansas. In particular, emphasis is placed on projects with health-care delivery, health-care policy, and health-care economics.

Award Amount: $1,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Blue & You Foundation

This larger grant foundation of the Blue & You Foundation focuses on granting larger amounts of funds to non-profit or governmental organizations in Arkansas that positively affect the health of the region.

Award Amount: $5,000-$150,000

Deadline: 7/15/13

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Blue & You Foundation - Mini-Grant Program

The Blue & You Foundation provides these mini-grants to support health improvement programs in Arkansas. In particular, emphasis is placed on projects with health-care delivery, health-care policy, and health-care economics. In order to be eligible organizations must be an Arkansas-based organization, public charity, public school, governmental agency or nonprofit hospital. Grants are generally awarded in the range of $5,000 to $150,000.

Award Amount: 1000

Deadline: Rolling

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Blue & You Foundation - Regular Grants Program

The Blue & You Foundation for a Healthier Arkansas anticipates awarding $1.5 million in grants to nonprofit or governmental organizations that positively affect the health of Arkansas. Emphasis will be placed on the areas of health-care delivery, health-care policy and health-care economics. Grants will be accepted through July 15,2013 and the awards will be announced on December 31, 2013.

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Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation - Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation Grants

The Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation funds successful health programs and initiatives that are improving the overall health of Mississippians. Eligible recipients must be located in Mississippi, be a charitable organization or government entity, and be aligned with the Foundation's goals. The first step in applying for a grant is to submit a Letter of Inquiry which the Foundation accepts year round.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation

This foundation finds successful health programs that are working to improve the lives of Mississippians.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama - Be Healthy School Grant

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama is continuing its Be Healthy School Grant Program. For the 2014-2015 school year, Blue Cross will make available $250,000 and award grants up to $10,000 to 25 schools across the state that enroll students in grades K-6. An electronic version of the Be Healthy School Grant Program application can be requested by e-mailing CommunityRelations@bcbsal.org.

Award Amount: Up to $10K

Deadline: 3/7/14

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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois - Healthy Kids, Healthy Families

Healthy Kids, Healthy Families is a a three-year initiative designed to improve the health and wellness of at lesat one million children through community investments by Health Care Service Corporation and its Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans in Illinois, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. The Healthy Kids, Healthy Families initiative will invest in and partner with non-profit organizations that offer sustainable, measureable programs to reach children and their families in the following areas: Nutrition education, Physical activity, Disease prevention and management & Supporting safe environments. Organizations must hold 501(c )(3) tax status. The deadline for the Illinois Grant is March 21, 2014.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/21/14

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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico

The Blue Cross and Blue Shied of New Mexico provides grants to organizations within the state that share the similar mission of providing access to care, promoting healthy living and wellness, understanding the importance of condition management, etc. They also have a specific focus area for teaching children health and wellness. They provide funding for charitable organizations, government agencies, and public school systems. The 2013 grant application cycle is June 3 through September 30.

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Deadline:

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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico

The Blue Cross and Blue Shied of New Mexico provides grants to organizations within the state that share the similar mission of providing access to care, promoting healthy living and wellness, understanding the importance of condition management, etc. They also have a specific focus area for teaching children health and wellness.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 11/26/13

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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas Foundation

The BCBS of Kansas has taken on the role of promoting good health in Kansas. The programs support health improvement, health care access, health education, healthy behaviors and prevention initiatives.

Award Amount: $1,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas Foundation - BCBSKS

The BCBS of Kansas has taken on the role of promoting good health in Kansas. Programs of emphasis are those that promote health improvement, health care access, health education, healthy behaviors and prevention initiatives. Applying organizations must be nonprofit public charities.

Award Amount: 1000

Deadline: Rolling

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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation - Grant Programs

The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation supports proposals that meet the qualifications of being nonprofit community organizations who develop, use, and evaluate new ways to solve or prevent community health problems. The Foundation reviews proposals in March, July and November in which they consider the proposals that they received from the five months prior. Visit their website for a complete list of their current grants and eligibilities.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation

The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation supports proposals that meet the qualifications of being nonprofit community organizations who develop, use, and evaluate new ways to solve or prevent community health problems.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska - Community Funding

The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation supports proposals that meet the qualifications of being nonprofit community organizations who develop, use, and evaluate new ways to solve or prevent community health problems. The Foundation reviews proposals in March, July and November in which they consider the proposals that they received from the five months prior. Visit their website for a complete list of their current grants and eligibilities.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/15/14

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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island - Blue Angel Community Health Grants

The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island's main initiative is to provide charitable grants to organizations and schools with innovative, health-related programs that address healthcare and teaching how to be healthy in a community. The grants available are only for nonprofit organizations. See a list of their current grant offerings on their website.

Award Amount: $75k

Deadline: TBA

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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island

The main initiative of this program is to provide charitable grants to organizations and schools with innovative, health-related programs that address healthcare and teaching how to be healthy in a community.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Blue Hills Bank Foundation - Blue Hills Bank Charitable Foundation Grants

Blue Hills Bank Charitable Foundation makes valuable investments in local organizations that support human services, affordable housing and community development, the arts and education where this funding will enrich the lives of those in our communities. Eligibility for these programs will only be granted to organizations who have received 501(c )(3) tax-exempt status from the IRS. Blue Hills Bank Charitable Foundation has a geographic focus and will award grants to the communities in which our branches reside or those locations contiguous to our branch and office locations.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Boston Bruins Foundation - Boston Bruins Foundation Grants

The Boston Bruins Foundation assists charitable organizations to enhance the quality of life for their community and children. Applicants are eligible if they are a tax-exempt organization, they are focused on improving the lives of children in New England, they are not connected with religious or political entities, are not sports teams or leagues, and are overall trying to improve the lives of children.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 4/1/14

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Boston Bruins Foundation

The Boston Bruins Foundation assists charitable organizations to enhance the quality of life for their community and children.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: April 1st (annual)

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Boston Foundation

This foundation provides grants to proven and stable nonprofits in the Boston area. One of their main focuses is on providing access to healthy food and opportunities for physical activity.

Award Amount: $25,000-$100,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Boston Foundation - Competitve Grants

The Boston Foundation grants financial assistance to help proven or promising nonprofits that share their core values and has a good, sound structure within the organization. One of their main focuses involves promoting healthy behaviors among Boston residents and increasing access to healthy foods and opportunities for physical activity. Their three grants are general operating support grants, project support grants, and special opportunity grants. All application processes begin with a Letter of Inquiry which are accepted year round.

Award Amount: $25k-$100k

Deadline: Rolling

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Bremer County Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa - Foundation Grant

Award Amount: up to $10k

Deadline: 3/31/14

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Build-A-Bear Workshop

They share their mission of being good people to those organizations that promote that within communities. This includes organizations designated to health and wellness, animals, and literacy/education.

Award Amount: $1,000-$5,000

Deadline: Accepted from February to October

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Build-A-Bear Workshop Bear Hugs Foundation - 2013 Children's Health and Wellness Grant

The Build-A-Bear Workshop Bear Hugs Foundation provides support to areas that support the health and wellness of children nationwide. Funds go to organizations that are working hard to make the world a healthier and happier place for kids to learn and grow. These areas include health, wellness, animals, literacy, and education. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis throughout the year, but the window for proposal submissions is from February until the end of October, 2013.

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Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation - BNSF Foundation Educational Grants

The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation offers grants to support youth organizations, educational institutions, health and human services, and cultural organizations that exist in or serve in a community near one of BNSF's rail lines. There is a locater map on their website to help determine which communities and proposals are eligible.

Award Amount: $1k-$10k

Deadline: Rolling

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Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation

BNSF offers funding to support youth organizations, educational institutions, health and human services, civic services, and cultural organizations. Communities eligible should exist or serve a community near one of the BNSF rail lines.

Award Amount: $1,000-$10,000

Deadline: Rolling

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CAHPERD

Their goal is to recognize exceptional professionals that deserve acknowledgment for their outstanding profession within Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance in California.

Award Amount: $500

Deadline: Varies

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CAHPERD - CAHPERD Awards

CAHPERD has the mission to recognize exceptional professionals that deserve acknowledgment for their outstanding profession within Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance in California. The three CAHPERD Award categories are the Verne Landreth Award, Honor Award, and the Phyllis A. Blatz Exemplary Award. Downloadable applications and eligibility criteria for each award can be found on their website.

Award Amount: 500

Deadline: Varies

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California Community Foundation - California Community Foundation

The California Community Foundation believes that the future of California relies heavily on the future generations by having a well-educated workforce. Therefore, they assist with minorities or under-advantaged children by helping them with their education. Their focus is nonprofit organizations that focus on Pre-K through 5th grade. Letters of Intent are reviewed on a rolling basis and, once reviewed, applicants may be invited to submit the full application.

Award Amount: $50k-$150k

Deadline: Varies

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California Community Foundation

The California Community Foundation believes that the future of California relies heavily on the future generations by having a well-educated workforce. Therefore, they assist with minorities or underadvantaged children and assist with their education. Their focus is Pre-K through 5th grade.

Award Amount: $50,000-$150,000

Deadline: January of 2013

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California Department of Education - After-School Education and Safety Program

The After School Education and Safety Program provides monetary assistance to educational organizations to create safe physical and emotional environments, educational programs, and enrichment elements such as fitness.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Vary by grant

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California Department of Education - After-School Education and Safety Program

The After School Education and Safety Program provides monetary assistance to educational organizations to create safe physical and emotional environments, educational programs, and enrichment elements such as fitness, recreation and coordinated school health. Applicants for grants are strongly encouraged to use research-based curricula and strategies that are aligned to California's state standards.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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Carlisle Area Health & Wellness Foundation

The Carlisle Area Health and Wellness Foundation promotes organizations to identify and address health care needs and policies, promote responsible health practices, and enhance access and delivery of health services to individuals.

Award Amount: $200-$25,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Carlisle Area Health & Wellness Foundation - Carlisle Area Health & Wellness Foundation Grants

The Carlisle Area Health and Wellness Foundation promotes organizations to identify and address health care needs and policies, promote responsible health practices, and enhance access and delivery of health services to individuals. The Foundation's current focuses are on nutrition, physical activity and tobacco cessation. There are different levels of grants that they offer: Mini Grants ($200-$2,000), Level 1 grants ($2,000-$25,000), Level II Grants (Over $25,000) and Healthy People Grants.

Award Amount: $200-$2k, $2k-$25k

Deadline: Rolling

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CarMax Foundation - Richmond Program

CarMax created this foundation in order to give back to the communities in which their employees work. Their central areas of focus include promoting educational opportunities for children and families, youth leadership and wellness. Nonprofits in the Greater Richmond, VA area that promote educational opportunities for children and families, youth leadership or wellness and demonstrate a need of funding are able to apply. Please note that a Letter of Intent is required before a proposal is submitted.

Award Amount: $5k-$15k

Deadline: 10/15/14

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CarMax Foundation - Richmond Program

CarMax created this foundation in order to give back to the communities in which their employees work. Their central areas of focus include promoting educational opportunities for children and families, youth leadership and wellness.

Award Amount: $5,000-$15,000

Deadline: 10/15 (annual)

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Carolina Panthers Charities - Carolina Panthers Charities Grant

Carolina Panthers Charities Grant Funding is available to non-profit agencies whose missions address the educational, athletic and human services needs of communitities throughout North and South Carolina. Resources are also made available to arts, science and civic organizations in the Carolinas. Priority consideration is given to agencies whose programs benefit youth. Grants are made once a year and are awarded to non-profit, tax-exempt, charitable organizations that are exempt under Section 501 (c )(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The application deadline is May 1 each year.

Award Amount: $5k

Deadline: 5/1/14

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Central Alabama Community Foundation

The CACF is a nonprofit foundation created for the people of Alabama that lets individuals and corporate donors make gifts to better their communities. Their grants address needs with projects in education, human services, health, cultural arts, and other civic concerns.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 8/30/13

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Central Alabama Community Foundation (CACF) - Foundation Grant

The Central Alabama Community Foundation is a nonprofit foundation created for the people of Alabama that lets individuals and corporate donors make gifts to better their communities. Their grants address a wide variety of programs including education, human services, health, cultural arts, and other civic concerns. This foundation oversees the affiliated funds of the Autauga Area Community Foundation, Elmore County Community Foundation, Southeast Alabama Community Foundation, and the Montgomery Education Foundation. Each of these funds provide grants for the same opportunities of allowing citizens to better their communities.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 8/29/13

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Charlotte Martin Foundation - Grant

The Charlotte Martin Foundation is a private, independent foundation dedicated to impacting the lives of youth in the areas of culture, athletics and education - mainly in underserved communities. In addition, they also support those that preserve and protect wildlife and habitat. Athletics include a wide range of team sports and an emphasis on lifelong participation. The funding aids sports programs, facilities and equipment purchases with an emphasis on ages 8-15.

Award Amount: 10000

Deadline: 4/30, 8/30

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Charlotte Martin Foundation

This is a private, independent foundation dedicated to impacting the lives of youth in the areas of culture, athletics and education - mainly in underserved communities.

Award Amount: Up to $10,000

Deadline: 9/30/13

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Charlotte Martin Foundation

This is a private, independent foundation dedicated to impacting the lives of youth in the areas of culture, athletics and education - mainly in underserved communities.

Award Amount: $10,000

Deadline: 9/30/13

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Charlotte Martin Foundation - Foundatin

The Charlotte Martin Foundation is a private, independent foundation dedicated to impacting the lives of youth in the areas of culture, athletics and education - mainly in underserved communities. In addition, they also support those that preserve and protect wildlife and habitat. Athletics include a wide range of team sports and an emphasis on lifelong participation. The funding aids sports programs, facilities and equipment purchases with an emphasis on ages 8-15.

Award Amount: $10k

Deadline: 9/30/14

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Charlotte Martin Foundation - Memorial Fund Grants

The Charlotte Martin Foundation is a private, independent foundation dedicated to impacting the lives of youth in the areas of culture, athletics and education - mainly in underserved communities. In addition, they also support those that preserve and protect wildlife and habitat. Athletics include a wide range of team sports and an emphasis on lifelong participation. The funding aids sports programs, facilities and equipment purchases with an emphasis on ages 8-15.

Award Amount: Up 40 $10k

Deadline: 4/30,9/30

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Chelsea-Area Wellness Foundation - Foundation Grant

The Chelsea-Area Wellness Foundation is a private foundation governed by a volunteer board of directors representing the school districts of Chelsea, Dexter, Grass Lake, Manchester and Stockbridge. Nonprofit organizations in the service area are welcomed to apply for grant funding. Priority is given to programs that help residents eat better, move more, avoid unhealthy substances and connect with others in healthy ways.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/7, 4/4,6/6, 8/11, 10/3, 12/5

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Chelsea-Area Wellness Foundation

This foundation is a private foundation governed by a volunteer board of directors representing the mentioned school districts. They promote eating better, moving more, and avoiding unhealthy substances. Most of their donations tend to target youth, young adults and younger families.

Award Amount: $5,000 and up

Deadline: 4/30, 9/30

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Chelsea-Area Wellness Foundation

This foundation is a private foundation governed by a volunteer board of directors representing the mentioned school districts. They promote eating better, being more active, and avoiding unhealthy substances. Most of their donations tend to target youth, young adults and younger families.

Award Amount: $500-$5,000

Deadline: 3/31, 6/30, 9/30, 12/30

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Child Welfare Foundation - Child Welfare Foundation Grants

The Child Welfare Foundation awards grants to organizations that meet the foundation's basic purposes of contributing to the mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional welfare of children and doing so in a way of teaching and sharing information with them. Grants go to proposals that have a potential of helping America children in a large geographic area (meaning more than one state) and they are only offered to nonprofit organizations.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 5/1/14-7/15/14

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Child Welfare Foundation

The Child Welfare Foundation awards grants to organizations that meet the foundation's basic purposes of contributing to the mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional welfare of children and doing so in a way of teaching and sharing information with them.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 7/15/13

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Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation - Foundation Grants

The Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation is a regional philantrhopy focusing on West Virginia and Southwestern Pennsylvania. The Foundation makes grants in two program areas that span both states: Education and Economic Development. In addition, the Foundation supports Community Development and Health & Human Services grants programs in West Virginia. The Foundation does not have submission deadlines and applications are accepted throughout the year.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Clipper Ship Foundation - Foundation Grants

The Clipper Ship Foundation promotes helping the sick in the greater Boston area. Their primary areas of concern include children and young people, community affairs, food and shelter, and aid to people with disabilities. Eligible organizations are tax-exempt and serve the communities of Boston, Lawrence or Brockton. Application deadlines occur four times per year (February8, May 3, August 9, and November 1).

Award Amount: $5k-$20k

Deadline: 2/10, 5/4, 8/10, 11/2

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Clipper Ship Foundation

The Clipper Ship Foundation promotes helping the sick in the greater Boston area. Their primary areas of concern include children and young people, community affairs, food and shelter, and aid to people with disabilities.

Award Amount: $5,000-$20,000

Deadline: 2/10, 5/4, 8/10, 11/2

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Colorado Health Foundation

The vision of the Colorado Health Foundation is to make Colorado the healthiest state in the nation. To do that they provide support to organizations that are supportive of healthy living, health coverage and health care.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 6/15/13

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Colorado Health Foundation - Healthy Schools Program

The vision of the Colorado Health Foundation is to make Colorado the healthiest state in the nation. To do that they assist organizations that are supportive of healthy living, health coverage and health care. The focus of the Healthy Schools program is to expand the number of public schools and preschools that provide health and nutrition education, physical education, healthy foods in cafeterias and vending machines, and opportunities for physical activities. The three grant deadlines each year are February 15, June 15, and October 15.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/15, 6/15, 10/15

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Colorox Company Foundation - Education and Youth Development Grants

The Colorox Company Foundation supports programs that prepare young people to participate successfully inan increasingly global society and to contribute back to their communities. Specifically, the Foundation focuses on supporting innovative education and youth development programs that servce children and youth from kindergarten through 12th grade. The Foundation makes grants primarily in its headquarters community of Oakland, CA. Application deadlines are July 1, October 1, January 1 and April1.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 7/1, 10/1, 1/1, 4/1

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Community Foundation for Northern Virginia - Healthy Kids Grants for Northern Virginia Public Schools

The Healthy Kids Grants encourages public schools to promote healthy lifestyles and increased exercise as well as increased nutrition in meals. These grants are for Northern Virginia schools.

Award Amount: $1,000

Deadline: 6/3/13

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Community Foundation for Northern Virginia - Healthy Kids Grants for Northern Virginia Public Schools

The Healthy Kids Grants encourages public schools to promote healthy lifestyles and increased exercise as well as increased nutrition in meals. These grants are for Northern Virginia schools. Twenty grants of $1,000 each are available to individual public schools that implement a program or activity to encourage better nutrition and health in their schools. Public elementary, middle and high schools in Northern Virginia are eligible to apply.

Award Amount: 1000

Deadline: 6/3/14

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Community Foundation for Southwest Washington - La Center Casinos Charitable Fund

Grants from the La Center Casinos Charitable Fund are awarded to those organizations in the La Center, WA region that focus on social services, health, civic affairs, conservation, environmental, education, children's issues, and arts and cultural affairs. Eligible entities include nonprofit organizations and public agencies supporting the La Center area. Deadlines are the same annually during four different quarters: March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 31.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/31,6/30,9/30,12/31

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Community Foundation for Southwest Washington - La Center Casinos Charitable Fund

Grants are awarded to those organizations in the La Center, WA region that focus on social services, health, civic affairs, conservation, environmental, education, children's issues, and arts and cultural affairs.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/31, 6/30, 9/30, 12/31

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Community Foundation of Boone County

The Community Foundation of Boone County supports nonprofit organizations that serve the county through projects involving education, youth, arts, culture, health and human services, civic affairs, the environment, recreation, and the elderly.

Award Amount: $10,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Community Foundation of Boone County - Community Foundation Grants

The Community Foundation of Boone County supports nonprofit organizations that serve the county through projects involving education, youth, arts, culture, health and human services, civic affairs, the environment, recreation, and the elderly. The Foundation strives to connect people who care with causes that matter now and in the future.

Award Amount: $10k

Deadline: Rolling

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Community Foundation of Grant County - Community Foundation Grants

The Community Foundation of Grant County funds efforts with community development, education, health and human service projects in Grant County. Youth Grants are also available to those students who learn of the importance of philanthropy. Those eligible to apply are nonprofit organizations, but approval from the Foundation must be obtained before submitting a proposal.

Award Amount: $1k-$10k

Deadline: April, July, Oct, Jan

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Community Foundation of Grant County

The Community Foundation supports organizations that benefit the county in the areas of community development, education, and health and human service projects.

Award Amount: $1,000-$10,000

Deadline: Last Friday in April, July, October and January

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Community Foundation of Greater Jackson

The Community Foundation of Greater Jackson supports organizations that are focused in the areas of education, health, families, children, environment, the arts or community. They provide grants to nonprofit organizations, governmental entities, churches and schools.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Community Foundation of Greater Jackson - Community Foundation Grants

The Community Foundation of Greater Jackson supports organizations that are focused in the areas of education, health, families, children, environment, the arts or community. They provide grants to nonprofit organizations, governmental entities, churches and schools. Their geographical focus is in Hinds, Madison and Rankin counties in Central Mississippi.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi - Community Grants

The Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi provides funds to organizations that make efforts to increase healthy eating and active living as well as lower the state's rate of child obesity. The Foundation accepts grant applications from nonprofit organizations in Tate, Tunica, Marshall, Coahoma, DeSoto, Quitman, Panola and Tallahatchie counties. Emphasis is places on Early Childhood Education and Healthy Kids Healthy Communities programs.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi

This foundation provides funds to organizations that make efforts to increase healthy eating and active living as well as lower the state's rate of child obesity.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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CSX Transportation, Kellogg Company, and the Kellogg's Corporate Citizenship Fund - School Grants for Healthy Kids

Through partners CSX Transportation, Kellogg Company, and the Kellogg's Corporae Citizenship Fund, Action for Healthy Kids is pleased to release its School Grans for Healthy Kids opportunities for the 2014-2015 school year. Around 1,000 schools will be awarded funds ranging from $500 to $5,000 to support school breakfast and physical activity programs. Funded schools will also receive expertise and people power to help implement a successful project that leads to sustainable charge.

Award Amount: $500-$5000

Deadline: 5/2/14

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Daniels Fund

The Daniels Fund supports organizations that are of assistance with aging, alcoholism and substance abuse, amateur spots, early childhood education, ethics and integrity, homeless and disadvantaged, and youth development.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Daniels Fund - Amateur Sports Grants

The Daniels Fund supports organizations that are of assistance with aging, alcoholism and substance abuse, amateur spots, early childhood education, ethics and integrity, homeless and disadvantaged individuals, and youth development. These programs are designed to help community members live healthy, productive lives. The Daniels Fund grants to nonprofit organizations in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming. Applications are accepted year round.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Danville Regional Foundation - Responsive Grants

The Danville Regional Foundation is committed to working with organizations that create healthy communities within the Danville/Pittsylvania County/Caswell County region. Specific areas of focus include education, health and wellness, community engagement and economic transformation. Letters of Inquiry are recommended for review before proposal submission and they are received year round.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Danville Regional Foundation

The Danville Regional Foundation is committed to working with organizations that create healthy communities within these regions. Specific areas of focus include education, health and wellness, community engagement and economic transformation.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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David and Lucile Packard Foundation - Children and Youth

The David and Lucile Packard Foundation provides monetary assistance to organizations that help parents and caregivers get children off to a good start and establish healthy lifelong patterns. The Foundation also assists organizations that foster the intellectual, social and emotional development of newborn toddlers and children. In order to be eligible organizations must be located in one of the following five counties: San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Benito. Letters of Intent and proposals are accepted on an ongoing basis.

Award Amount: $15k-$150k

Deadline: Rolling

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Dekko Foundation - Child Development Grants

The Dekko Foundation awards grants to projects that support the healthy development of children (ages 0-18). In specific, they have four main areas of grant making including early childhood, middle childhood, adolescence , and community development. Eligible communities include Limestone County, Alabama; DeKalb, LaGrange, Kosciusko, Noble, Steuben, and Whitley Counties, Indiana; Clarke, Decatur, Lucas, Ringgold, and Union Counties, Iowa; and the community of Ada, Minnesota.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Dekko Foundation

They are an organization that considers proposals from the noted communities that is focused on younger people, ages 0-18, to support their healthy lifelong development.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Del E. Webb Foundation - Del E. Webb Foundation Grant

The Del E. Webb Foundation primarily provides direct support to qualified organizations for qualified charitable purposesin the areas of medical services, research and education. Qualifying organizations must be exempt from Federal taxes under Section 501 (c )(3) of teh Internal Revenue Code, and it must have an operative office in Arizone, California, or Nevada. There is no deadline for receiving the one-page Letter of Intent. The deadline for receiving the formal Grant Application is 1 month before the next meeting. Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the 1st month of each quarter (Jan, April, Jul, Oct).

Award Amount: $750k over 3 yrs

Deadline: Rolling

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Delta Health Alliance

Delta Health Alliance supports health care organizations in the Mississippi Delta region. They support providers of health education and community outreach programs.

Award Amount: $20,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Delta Health Alliance - Mini Grants Program

The Delta Health Alliance is an association of over a dozen different community-based non-profit agencies, universities, workforce development groups and professional associations, united through our mutual interest in developing sustainable programs that meet critical needs in teh region. Program areas include Access, Education, Eating & Living Well and Research. The Delta Health Alliance will maintain an open grant application process and proposals will be reviewed peiodically throughout the year.

Award Amount: $20k

Deadline: Rolling

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Detroit Lions Charities - Detroit Lions Charities Grant Program

A variety of the Detroit Lions charities support health, wellness, community development, and grants throughout Michigan. Their main emphasis is on programs that benefit children and the youth of Detroit and their goal is to support transformational efforts that improve the well-being of those in metro Detroit.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 10/1-12/31

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Detroit Lions Charities

A variety of the Detroit Lions charities support health, wellness, community development, and grants throughout Michigan. Their main emphasis is on programs that benefit children and the youth of Detroit.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 10/1 - 12/31 (annual)

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Donors Choose

This is a website that is available to teachers to post projects and programs that they would like funding for online. As donors donate online they can view which projects or programs they wish to sponsor.

Award Amount: $100-$400

Deadline: Rolling

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DonorsChoose.org - Donors Choose

DonorsChoose.org is a website that connects donors to teachers. Teachers post projects on DonorsChoose.org and request donations for SPARK curriculum. These donation requests can be as small as receiving funding to purchase pencils to much larger needs such as purchasing a microscope. Individuals are then able to search through DonorsChoose.org to select which of the proposals they choose to donate to. In addition, once their cause has reached their needed amount of donations they will receive a picture of the students benefitting from their donation.

Award Amount: $100-$400

Deadline: Rolling

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Dr. Scholl Foundation - Dr. Scholl Foundation Annual Grant

The Dr. Scholl Foundation is dedicated to providing financial assistance to organizations committed toimproving ouru world. Applications for grants are considered in the following areas: Education, Social Service, Healthcare, Civic and cultural, Environmental. Grants are considered on an annual baiss. The Dr. Scholl Foundation application form can be submitted between November 1 and Marhc 1 of the following year.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/1/14

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Dreyers Grand Ice Cream Foundation - Small Grants and Product Donations Program

The Dreyers Grand Ice Cream Foundation makes small grants of $1,000 or less and donates ice cream products and gift certificates/auction items to bona fide nonprofit organizations and events. Proposals submitted are reviewed on a monthly basis, but requests are accepted throughout the year. If asking for ice cream and gift item requests please allow up to eight weeks of notice.

Award Amount: 1000

Deadline: Rolling

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Dreyers Grand Ice Cream Foundation

This organization makes small grants ($1,000 or less) to bona fide non-profit organizations or events.

Award Amount: $1,000 or less

Deadline: Rolling

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Dwight Stuart Youth Fund

The Dwight Stuart Youth fund provides funding that directly assists with underserved children and youth. This includes forms of education, mentoring, leadership, and school readiness.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Dwight Stuart Youth Fund - Youth Fund Grants

The Dwight Stuart Youth Fund seeks projects and programs that provide direct services to underserved children and youth in Los Angeles County. The Education Enrichment funding area includes before, in, and after-school programs that enhance academic skills, expose children to arts and culture, and allow opportunities for youth to participate in new activities and programs beyond their own communities. These programs include sports and recreation. To submit an application you will need to submit a Letter of Inquiry that will be accepted year round.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Dyson Foundation

The Dyson Foundation supports those organizations in the Mid-Hudson Valley area that impact the lives of those who are economically disadvantaged.

Award Amount: $10,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Dyson Foundation - Mini-Grant Program

The Dyson Foundation supports those organizations in the Mid-Hudson Valley area that impact the lives of those who are economically disadvantaged. The Foundation seeks to improve the quality of life in the region by supporting social services, education, health, community development and arts/cultural programs. This Mini-grant Program helps board, staff and volunteer leaders develop new skills by providing financial support to aid in the costs of conferences, workshops, seminars and other training programs.

Award Amount: $10k

Deadline: Rolling

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ECA Foundation - Youth Education Program Grants

Their mission for the ECA Foundation is to maximize the development and potential of youth academically, physically and spiritually. Their primary target for this is educational opportunities that match their mission. The Foundation supports nonprofit organizations that have direct impact on communities where ECA has operations (this includes the state of West Virginia and the communities of Denver and Houston.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/1, 5/1, 8/1, 11/1

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ECA Foundation

Their mission for the ECA Foundation is to maximize the development and potential of youth academically, physically and spiritually. Their primary target for this is educational opportunities that match their mission.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/1, 5/1, 8/1, 11/1

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Edith Shoolman Children's Foundation

The purpose of this foundation is to foster health, education and well-being of children in the New York City metropolitan area and southeastern Massachusetts.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Edith Shoolman Children's Foundation - Foundation Grants

The Edith Shoolman Children's Foundation Grant is to promote health, education and well-being of children. Grants are available for early childhood literacy as well as health and emotional well-being. Eligibility is for those organizations that have programs that provide opportunities for children from birth through early elementary school years in the New York City metropolitan area and southeastern Massachusetts. Letters of Inquiry are accepted year round.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Edward E. Ford Foundation - Edward E. Ford Foundation Grant

The foundation awards grants annually to the Nat'l Assn of Independent Schools- member independent secondary schools and to NAIS-member associations to improve high school acheivement. Proposals from associations must support programs affecting the work of students and faculty in independent secondary schools. Support is not provided for administrative costs. It is open to a variety of needs and priorities, including buildings (including libraries, curriculum. All school grant awards require a matching component. The Board meets three times a year to consider proposals- November, April and June. Deadlines for submitting proposals for these agendars are September 15, March1 and April 1, respectively.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 9/15, 3/15, 4/1

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Edwin S. Webster Foundation

This foundation focuses its donations on the areas of hospitals, medical research, education, youth agencies, cultural activities, and programs addressing minorities.

Award Amount: $10,000-$25,000

Deadline: 5/1, 11/1

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Edwin S. Webster Foundation - Foundation Grants

The Edwin S. Webster Foundation grants funds to capital programs, special projects or operating income with hospitals, medical research, education, youth agencies, cultural activities, and programs addressing the needs of minority groups. Most of the Foundation's grants go to the New England area. If eligible, please contact the Foundation before submitting a request to validate eligibility and get further instruction.

Award Amount: $10k-$25k

Deadline: 5/1, 11/1

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Erie Community Foundation - Shaping Tomorrow

Our Shaping Tomorrow grantmaking program focuseson community-wide challenges as identified by Erie Vital Signs. While The Foundation may make Shaping Tomorrow grants in any Vital Signs program area, they have designated Eduation, Health and the Economy as Shaping Tomorrow priorities. Deadlines are February 14 & August 27, 2014.

Award Amount: $300k

Deadline: 8/27/14

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Fairfield County Community Foundation - Education & Youth Development Grants

The Fairfield County Community Foundation supports those in the Fairfield communities that are involved with education and youth development. In particular, they fund after-school and youth development programs. The primary goals of the grants provided is to reduce the education gap between low-income and upper-income children, improve the quality and affordability of after-school and youth development programs, and to increase the quality of early childhood and school readiness programs.

Award Amount: $1K-$3K

Deadline: Rolling

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Fairfield County Community Foundation

The Fairfield County Community Foundation supports those in the Fairfield communities pertaining to education and youth development. In particular they fund after-school and youth development programs.

Award Amount: $1,000-$30,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Fallon Community Health Plan - Community Benefit Program- Mini Grant

Fallon Community Health Plan's Community Benefit/Mini Grant program supports non-profit organizations within FCHP's service area. All mini grants must align with our mission of making communities healthy. FCHP Mini Grants will be made in amounts up to $5,000. Mini grants will be awarded monthly.

Award Amount: $5k

Deadline: Monthly

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Fansler Foundation - Fansler Foundation Grant

The Fansler Foundation provides grants to organizations that directly benefit developmentally challenged or socioeconomically disadvantaged children that are infant through eighteen years of age. Organizations must have goals and objectives that are clearly stated; have a broad base of funding support; have demonstarated teh ability to respond to the needs of specific groups of children in a manner that yields measureable resutls; and must operate in teh Fresno, Kings, Tulare, Merced, Madera, or Mariposa Counties. Letters of intent must be delivered by March 31, 2014.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/31/14

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Felix E. Martin Foundation - Community Grants Program

Felix E. Martin Jr. Foundation grants are made to not-for-profit organizations for the benefit of the residents of Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. It is our preference that the organization receiving the grant also be locatd in Muhlenberg County. Applicants must be either: 1) recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c )(3) charitable organizations; 2) a church; 3) a school; or 4) a unit of government serving Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. Grant proposals should support civic, educational or cultural projects in Muhlenberg County, with preference to those that relate to an aspect of the four key areas of need, Economic Development, Youth Service, Substance Abuse Services, and Health/Human Services. Deadlines are February 7th, 2014 and May 6th, 2014.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 5/6/14

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Fred Baldwin Memorial Foundation - Fred Baldwin Memorial Foundation Grant

The Fred Baldwin Memorial Foundation supports nonprofit programs that benefit the people of Maui County (including capital improvement projects). Their priority interests include projects in the arts, education, environment, health, and human services. Some examples of recent grant recipients include curriculum and physical activity equipment requests, early childhood development program, and youth centers.

Award Amount: $1k-$10k

Deadline: 2/1, 8/1

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Fred Baldwin Memorial Fund

The Fred Baldwin Memorial Fund supports programs that influence the people of Maui County through arts, education, environment, health, and human services.

Award Amount: $1,000-$10,000

Deadline: 2/1, 8/1 (annual)

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Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold - Community Investment Fund

The CIFs engage community leaders in cultivating and assessing community projects that address identified priority areas, and allow them to allocate Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Foundation funds to projects that have a positive, sustainable impact. Only IRS determined tax exempt entities such as non-profits with a 501( c)(3) designation, schools and government institutions are eligible for social investment dollars from the Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Foundation.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold - Mini-Grants for Education

Mini-grants for Education are designed to support K-12 teachers and schools in Freeport-McMoRan communities. Applicants may be teachers, school administrators or parent volunteers/PTA officials at public and private schools located in or near communities where Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold has a presence. Grants in the range of $100 to $500 will be awarded to support projeccts in the eligible project categories (Environment, mining, mineral and natuarl resources, reading and literacy, and STEM)

Award Amount: $100-$500

Deadline: 10/30/14

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General Mills Foundation

The General Mills Foundation grants funds to programs that better the Twin Cities and are nonprofit organizations.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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General Mills Foundation - Champions for Healthy Kids

The General Mills Foundation, in partnership with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation and the Presidents Council on Physical Fitness and Sports is currently accepting applications for its Champions for Healthy Kids grant program. Fifty $20,000 grants will be awarded and non-profit organizations are encouraged to apply. Applications available February 1, 2014 and are due March 14, 2014.

Award Amount: 20000

Deadline: 3/14/14

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General Mills Foundation - Presidential Youth Fitness Program Grant

This is a voluntary program that includes an assessment, professional development, and motivational recognition to motivate students to learn about and maintain healthy lifestyles. Instead of receiving monetary support the selected recipients will receive the FITNESSGRAM assessment, training and awards for students.

Award Amount: Assessment/training is awarded

Deadline: 4/30/14

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General Mills Foundation - Twin Cities Grants Program

The General Mills Foundation grants funds to programs that better the Twin Cities and are nonprofit organizations. The granting focuses on the topics of youth nutrition and fitness, social services, education and arts/culture. The Grant program is a two-stage grant process starting with a Letter of Inquiry and then completion of a full proposal (after the LOI has been reviewed).

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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George Foundation - Foundation Initiated Grant Program

The mission of the George Foundation is to have the foundation partner with nonprofit organizations in Fort Bend County that provide services to strengthen and empower the residents of these communities. They hope to support, strengthen and empower families and children through a broad continuum of community-based services that meet the needs and values of their communities. Foundation-Initiated grants include Youth in Philanthropy and Leadership Excellence for nonprofits.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 1/15, 4/15, 7/15, 10/15

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George Foundation

The mission of this foundation is to have the foundation partner with nonprofit organizations in the Fort Bend County that provide services to strengthen and empower the residents of these communities.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 1/15, 4/15, 7/15, 10/15 (annual)

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Goizueta Foundation - Goizueta Foundation Grant

The Goizueta Foundation provides support for non-profit organizationsin Georgia that empower individuals and families through educational opportunities to improve the quality of their lives. Focus areas include Early Childhood Education, Primary & Secondary Education and Youth and Family Development. If you feel your organization is fit for this funding, complete the organizational overview on the Foundation website to be invited to apply for a grant.

Award Amount: $15k

Deadline: Rolling

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Greater New Orleans Foundation - Greater New Orleans Foundation

The Greater New Orleans Foundation has a main goal to create a resilient, sustainable, vibrant community in which families can enjoy the special character of the New Orleans region. Throughout the year the Foundation supports a number of competitive grant cycles. Visit the Greater New Orleans Foundation website to check up on what your organization may be eligible for.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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Greater New Orleans Foundation

The purpose of the Greater New Orleans Foundation is to create resilient, sustainable, vibrant communities in which individuals and families can live happily and preserve and celebrate the region.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies by grant

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Greater Rochester Health Foundation

The Greater Rochester Health Foundation initiative involves engagement and assessment/asset mapping. They are trying to encourage residents to improve the health of the community through small-scale projects throughout the area.

Award Amount: $75,000

Deadline: 6/28/13

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Green Bay Packers Foundation

The Green Bay Packers Foundation grants to those involved with creating a community environment for families and noting the competitive value of athletics, ensure the safety and education of children or prevents cruelty to animals.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 7/1/13

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Green Bay Packers Foundation - Green Bay Packers Foundation

The Green Bay Packers Foundation grants to those involved with creating a community environment for families, noting the competitive value of athletics, ensuring the safety and education of children, or prevents cruelty to animals. The Foundation provides grants to civic and charitable groups in Brown County and throughout the state of Wisconsin. They accept applications from March 1st to July 1st of each year.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 7/1/14

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H.J. Heinz Company Foundation - H.J. Heinz Company Foundation Grants

Heinz has established the H.J. Heinz Company Foundation to promote the health and nutritional needs of children around the world. Nutrition programs include promoting improvements of health and creating a better understanding of what good nutrition is as well as contributing to the health and well-being of those in the community. Priority of the granted funds is given to programs of communities of which Heinz operated (specifically Southwest Pennsylvania).

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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H.J. Heinz Company Foundation

The purpose of this foundation is to promote the health and nutritional needs of children and families around the world. Priority is often given in communities where Heinz operates (southwestern Pennsylvania).

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Harold Books Foundation

This foundation provides grants to those requests that significantly provide health, religious, educational, environmental, recreational, cultural or human services to areas in the South Shore.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 11/1, 5/1 (annual)

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Harold Books Foundation - Partners for Student Success

The Harold Brooks Foundation awards grants to programs/projects that provide for the health, human services, religious, educational, environmental, recreation, or cultural needs of a community. Emphasis is placed on the South Shore location. With incorporating all of these areas of focus, the board of trustees has created the focus of providing for the needs of low income children and families in the South Shore region. Examples include health, mental health, hunger, housing/homelessness and education.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 11/1, 5/1

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Hartford Foundation for Public Giving - Special Project, Summer Program, and Regular Grants

The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving provides funding to a wide variety of nonprofit organizations in the Hartford area. Their main focuses include social services, health, education, early childhood and youth services, arts and culture, and other c

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Hartford Foundation for Public Giving

The Hartford Foundation provides funding to a wide variety of organizations. Their areas of assistance include social services, health, education, early childhood and youth services, arts and culture.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Hawaii Community Foundation

The Hawaii Foundation supports organizations across the state that revolve around education, health, leadership development, human services, social change, etc.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies by grant

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Hawaii Community Foundation - Hawaii Community Foundation Grants

The Hawaii Community Foundation is a resource for a wide variety of grants and other resources. Typical program grants include programs/projects in education, health, leadership development, human services, social change, etc. They have a wide variety of changing grants and award amounts so visit their website in order to see which are available now and which ones your organization is eligible for.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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HCA Foundation - HCA Foundation Grant

As the philanthropic arm of HCA, the mission of The HCA Foundation is to promote health and well being, support childhood and youth development and foster the arts in Middle Tennessee. Our highest priority is serving as a leading foundation for organizations engaged in promoting positive growth and development in children and youth. The Foundation makes charitable contributions to tax-exempt 501(c )(3) organizations as defined by the Internal Revenue Code. Applications will be reviewed on a quarterly basis.

Award Amount: $1500-$50k

Deadline: 3/14/14

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Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City - Applicant Defined Grants

The Heal Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City awards grants to organizations that address health priorities such as healthy lifestyle promotion, healthy eating, discouraging of tobacco use and overall cleaner community environments. Applications are based on their determination of a need and consistency with the target population and service area. Applications are accepted year round and granting will be made within four to eight weeks after the receipt of proposal. Organizations are only allowed to submit one proposal per year and the maximum amount that can be requested per proposal is $75,000.

Award Amount: $75k

Deadline: Rolling

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Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City

This foundation awards grants to organizations that address health priorities such as healthy lifestyle promotion, healthy eating, discouraging of tobacco use and overall cleaner community environments.

Award Amount: $75,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Health Trust - Health Partnership Grants

The vision of The Health Trust is to make Silicon Valley the healthiest region in America- a place where every resident can achieve optimal health throughout their lifetime, no matter their background, income, race, ethnicity, or age. Priority will be given to projects that meet teh following grant crietria: Advances a specific fudnign priority under one or more of The Health trust Initiatives; bolsters health promotion and primary prevention effors; Includes a system, policy, practice, or encironmental change that can have an impact beyond the grant period; Includes a feasible sustainability plan; and Follows promisiong and best practices. Applications start with a letter of intent. Invited proposals due April 28, 2014.

Award Amount: $25k-$100k

Deadline: 4/28/14

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Healthcare Foundation of Highland Park - Community Grants

The Healthcare Foundation of Highland Park (the Foundation) is an independent charitable foundation established to support health care programs and services in the area served by Highland Park Hospital. Open to organizations with 501(c )(3) designation. Letters of inquiry must be received by Jun 1 to be reviewed.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 6/1/14

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Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey - Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey Grant

The Foundation seeks grant proposals that promise innovation and change or a significant enhancement of services. Projects must be consistent with our mission of health and caring, and our commitment to vulnerable and at-risk populations in the greater Newar or MetroWest NJ catchment areas. Grants are made only to private, non-profit organizations that have tax exempt status under section 501 (c )(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and that are not private foundations. Proposals are due February 21, 2014; May 21, 2014 and September 5, 2014.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/21, 5/21, 9/5

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Henry E. Niles Foundation - Community Grants

The mission of the Henry E. Niles Foundation is to help in the nurturing of people in need by strengthening education, fighting economic hardships through self-help opportunities, and enhancing public health. The foundation grants to organizations that are known to partner with and incorporate multiple organizations into supporting the same cause. Most of their grants are awarded in the Northeastern states, but occasionally grants are awarded in other parts of the country.

Award Amount: $2k-$100k

Deadline: Rolling

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Henry E. Niles Foundation

The foundation helps nurture and uplift people in need. Their grants strengthen education (including special education), fight economic hardships through self-help opportunities and enhance public health and sanitation on a global basis.

Award Amount: Up to $100,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Highmark Foundation - Highmark Foundation Grant

The Highmark Foundation awards high-impact grants to non-profit organizations to spearhead programs aimed ati mproving community health in the communities served by Highmark, Inc, it's subsidaiaries and affiliates. The Foundation awards grants int eh area of health, defining health braodly to include social. behavioral and other dimensions beyond illness or disease. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on four areas: Chronic Diease; Healthy Communities; Fmaily Health; and Service Delivery Systems. The Foundation limits its grantmaking to non-profit organizations that are definted as tax-exempt under section 501(c )(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and as public charities under section 509(a) of teh code.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Quarterly

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HMSA Foundation - HMSA Foundation Grant

The HMSA Foundation is dedicated to assisting statewide programs to better the Hawaiian communities in the following areas: access to health care, health promotion and disease prevention, general social welfare, and health care delivery systems. Through their Health Promotion Program, the foundation seeks to promote healthy lifestyles through injury prevention, clinical prevention services, quality improvement programs, physical activity promotion, and nutrition education. Tax-exempt organizations that serve people in Hawaii are eligible to apply. Proposals are accepted year round.

Award Amount: $5k-$30k

Deadline: Rolling

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HMSA Foundation

The HMSA Foundation is dedicated to assisting statewide programs to better the Hawaiian communities in the following areas: access to health care, health promotion and disease prevention, general social welfare, and health care delivery systems.

Award Amount: $5,000-$30,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Hoblitzelle Foundation Grant - Hoblitzelle Foundation

Hoblitzelle Foundation Grants are usually focused on specific, non-recurring needs of the educational, social service, medical, cultural, and civic organzations in Texas, particularly in the Dallas area. Organizations must provide proof of exempt classification as described in Section 501(c )(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Deadlines for submission are December 15, April 15, and August 15 annually.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 12/15, 4/15, 8/15

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Humana - Humana Foundation Grants

Humana makes donations that support organizations in Nashville that are focused on improving the health and well being of their communities. Specific areas of support include childhood health, inter-generational health and active lifestyles. One grant of $100,000 will be awarded to a nonprofit organization in Nashville.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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Humana - Humana Foundation Grants

Humana makes donations that support organizations in Tampa Bay that are focused on improving the health and well being of their communities. Specific areas of support include childhood health, inter-generational health and active lifestyles. One grant of $100,000 will be awarded to a nonprofit organization in Tampa Bay.

Award Amount: $10k+

Deadline: Varies

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Humana

The donations from this grant go towards supporting an organization in Arizona that is focused on improving the health and well-being of communities in the area. In specific, the areas of childhood health, inter-generational health, and active lifestyles are their target areas.

Award Amount: $100,000

Deadline: 6/28/13

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Humana - Humana Foundation Grants

Humana makes donations that support organizations in Arizona that are focused on improving the health and well being of their communities. Specific areas of support include childhood health, inter-generational health and active lifestyles. One grant of $100,000 will be awarded to a nonprofit organization in Maricopa County.

Award Amount: $10k

Deadline: Varies

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Humana Foundation - Humana Foundation Grants

The purpose of this funding is to support an organization that is focused on initiatives in Childhood health- supporting efforts that improve physical activity and nutritional habits of children and families; Intergenerational health- fostering shared, healthy activities between generations or active lifestyles- promoting fun, physically active living as a way of life. We accept proposals from nonprofit 501( c)(3) organizations in areas where Humana has business presence. While application deadlines vary by location, greatest consideration is give to proposals submitted between Novemeber 1-January 15. Check the websit for your state's deadline.

Award Amount: 10000

Deadline: Varies

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Humana Foundation - Humana Foundation Grants

The purpose of this funding is to support an organization that is focused on initiatives in Childhood health- supporting efforts that improve physical activity and nutritional habits of children and families; Intergenerational health- fostering shared, he

Award Amount: $10k+

Deadline: Varies

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Idaho Community Foundation - Regional Grants

The Idaho Community Foundation supports the following grant areas throughout the state: arts and culture, conservation/environment, education, emergency services, health, libraries, public projects, recreation and social services. The Foundation invites applications from nonprofit organizations including government entities and public educational institutions. Opportunities vary by region so visit their website to see what is available.

Award Amount: $5k

Deadline: Varies

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Idaho Community Foundation

The Idaho Community Foundation supports the following grant areas throughout the state: arts and culture, conservation/environment, education, emergency services, health, libraries, public projects, recreation and social services.

Award Amount: $5,000

Deadline: Varies by grant

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Illinois AHPERD - Program Enhancement Grant

The Illinois Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance provides funding for projects in the following categories throughout Illinois: emergency needs, advocacy projects, public relations, educational program enhancement, media events, and short term loans. Grants are awarded to multiple applicants and at two separate times during each school year. Typical grants range from $2,000- $4,000.

Award Amount: $2k-$4k

Deadline: 2/15, 9/1

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Illinois Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance

The Illinois Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance provides funding for projects in the following categories throughout Illinois: emergency needs, advocacy projects, public relations, educational program enhancement, media events, and short term loans.

Award Amount: $2,000-$4,000

Deadline: 2/15, 9/1

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ING - 2014 ING Unsung Heroes Awards Program

The ING Unsung Heroes program annually provides grants to K-12 educators utilizing new teaching methods and techniques that improve learning. Each year, educators submit applications for an ING Unsung Heroes grant by describing projects they have initaied or would liek to pursue. Each year, 100 educators are selected to receive $2,000 to help fund their innovative class projects. Three of those are chosed to receive teh top awards of an additional $5,000, $10,000 and $25,000.

Award Amount: 2000

Deadline: 4/30/14

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ING and the National Association for Sport and Physical Education - ING Run For Something Better

Working in partnership with NASPE, ING will provide aminimumo f 60 grants to establish a school-based running program or expand an existing one. Awards are available to programs that target grades K-8 in elementary or middle schools.

Award Amount: 3500

Deadline: 5/15/14

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James and Abigail Campbell Foundation

The James and Abigail Campbell Foundation support projects in the following areas throughout the noted areas of Hawaii: youth, education and Hawaiian health and welfare.

Award Amount: $5,000-$25,000

Deadline: 2/1, 8/1 (annual)

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James and Abigail Campbell Foundation - Foundation Grant

The James and Abigail Campbell Foundation supports programs in the areas of youth, education and Hawaiian projects. Priority is given to those programs located in or serving the following communities: West O'ahu (Ewa/Ewa Beach, Kapolei, Makakilo and the Wai'anae Coast), Kuhuku, Lahaina on Maui and Pahoa on the island of Hawai'i. To be eligible organizations must be tax-exempt public charities and apply by either of the two annual deadlines (February 1 and August 1).

Award Amount: $5k-$25k

Deadline: Rolling

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James M. Cos Foundation - James M. Cox Foundation Grant

The James M. Cox Foundation provides funding for capital campaigns and special projects in communities where Cox Enterprises Inc. does business. The Foundation is concentrating its community support in several priority areas: Conservation and Environment, Early Childhood Education, Empowering Families and Individuals for Success, Health. Organizations must be federally tax-exempt under Section 501( c)(3) of the IRS Code with non-private foundation status, or an equivalent government entity under section 170( c)(1); and located in the United States and in an area where Cox Enterprises, Inc. does business. The deadlines for receipt of applications are March 1st, July 1st, and November 1st.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/1, 7/1, 11/1

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Jane Bradley Pettit Foundation

The Jane Bradley Pettit Foundation provides funds to support organizations within the greater Milwaukee community. The types of programs revolve around low-income and disadvantaged individuals, women, children and the elderly.

Award Amount: $10,000-$50,000

Deadline: 1/15, 5/15, 9/15 (annual)

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Jane Bradley Pettit Foundation - Jane Bradley Pettit Foundation Grants

The Jane Bradley Pettit Foundation provides funds to support organizations within the greater Milwaukee community. The types of programs revolve around low-income and disadvantaged individuals, women, children and the elderly. Eligible recipients include charitable organizations that address those concerns through arts and culture, community and social development, education and health.

Award Amount: $10k-$50k

Deadline: 1/15, 5/15, 9/15

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Jewel-Osco - Community Grants

Jewel-Osco provides support for nonprofit organizations that help create and promote healthy, thriving communities. Their main three areas for awarding grants include hunger relief, health and nutrition and environmental stewardship. Health and nutrition includes promoting nutrition education and maintaining a healthy lifestyle through diet.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Jewel-Osco

This organization focuses on providing non-profit organizations with funding to assist in the areas of hunger relief, health and nutrition, and environmental stewardship.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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June and Julian Foss Foundation - June and Julian Foss Foundation Grant

The Foss Family Foundation's priority interests are Children and Youth; and Children and Young Adults with Major Mental Illness. The Foundation accepts grant applications from agencies that provide services in Tacoma, Washington; Portland, Oregon, the San Francisco Bay Area; and in Miami and Minneapolis. Each year our grant cycle begins on January 1, at which time we start accepting Letters of Inquiry for the coming year. The last day we accept LOIs each year is March 15th.

Award Amount: $3k-$8k

Deadline: 3/15 annual

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Kaiser Permanente - The Kaiser Permanente Souther California Grants Program

The Kaiser Permanente Southern California Grants Program provides support to nonprofit organizations in Kaiser Permanente serice areas throughout Southern California. Current funding priorities include improving community health and obesity prevention. kaiser Permanente developed the Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) initiative in Southern California to address the increasing obesity epidemic. Eligible projects focus on creating lasting policy, environmental and/or systems changes that support healthy eating and physical activity. Letters of Inquiry are required and are reviewed on an on-going basis.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Kaiser Permanente - General Grants

The Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Georgia makes contributions to nonprofits, schools and government organizations in order to improve access to health care, inform health policy, and implement programs that promote and improve health of the people of Georgia. Specific counties of service include Barrow, Bartow, Butts, Carroll, Cherokee, Clarke, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, Dawson, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Hall, Haralson, Heard, Henry, Lamar, Meriwether, Newton, Paulding, Pickens, Pike, Rockdale, Spalding, and Walton.

Award Amount: $50k

Deadline: 2/22, 10/11

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Kaiser Permanente

Their mission is to improve the health of their members and the communities that they serve. Some of their initiatives include to leverage their assets and competencies, implement strategies to address inequities and determinants of health, deliver sustainable value to the community, and use evidence-informed practices to improve the overall health of the community they serve.

Award Amount: $50,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Kaiser Permanente

Their mission is to improve the health of their members and the communities that they serve. Some of their initiatives include to leverage their assets and competencies, implement strategies to address inequities and determinants of health, deliver sustainable value to the community and use evidence-informed practices to improve the overall health of the community they serve.

Award Amount: $250-$5,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Kaiser Permanente - Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit Grants Program

The purpose of the Kaiser Permanente Foundation is to create healthier communities in the Southern California regions.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Kaiser Permanente Southern California Grants Program

The Kaiser Permanente Grants Program provides support to non-profit organizations in Southern California to assist with direct healthcare services and address public policy aimed at improving the health of the community.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Kaiser Permanente Southern California Grants Program - Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit Grants Program- Local Grantmaking

The Kaiser Permanente Grants Program provides support to non-profit organizations in Southern California to assist with direct healthcare services and address public policy aimed at improving the health of the community. Kaiser Permanente developed the Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) initiative in Southern California to address the increasing obesity epidemic. Eligible projects focus on creating lasting policy, environmental and/or systems changes that support healthy eating and physical activity. Letters of Inquiry are reviewed on an ongoing basis.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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Kansas AHPERD - KAHPERD

KAHPERD distributes grants to those that will use it for research and/ or an innovative and creative activity. KAHPERD's vision is to be the leading advocate in the state of Kansas in promoting healthy, active lifestyles. Grants are divided into two sections - project incentive grants and member grants. Project Incentive Grants are awarded to colleges and universities to provide them with unique opportunities to better the status of HPERD in Kansas. Member Grants are awarded to members looking to fund an innovative or creative activity that enhances wellness in schools.

Award Amount: $100-$2k

Deadline: Rolling

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Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance

KAHPERD distributes grants to those that will use it for research and/ or an innovative and creative activity. Winners will be required to present their findings at their convention.

Award Amount: $1,000

Deadline: September 1 (annual)

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Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance - KANDO Grant

The KanDo Grant program begins with a teacher who wants to provide their students with a program that cannot normally be funded with their physical education budget.

Award Amount: $100-$2,000

Deadline: Rolling

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KPAX - One Class at a Time

Allegiance Benefit Plan Management and KPAX have presented grants to all levels of schools around Montana for various projects ranging fromreading to physical education. Grants of $250 are awarded on a weekly basis.

Award Amount: 250

Deadline: Weekly

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LA84 Foundation - Grants for Sports Programs

The LA84 Foundation is endowed with Southern California's share of the surplus from the 84 Olympics. Their mission is to enhance the public's role of sports in society by serving groups and communities that are underserved by traditional sports programs. This includes girls, ethnic minorities, the physically challenged and the developmentally disabled. Nonprofit, tax exempt organizations that serve southern California with sports programs for youth ages 6-17 are eligible to apply.

Award Amount: $10k-$100k

Deadline: 6/6/14

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LA84 Foundation

The LA84 Foundation is endowed with Southern California's share of the surplus from the 84 Olympics. Their mission is to enhance the public's role of sports in society by serving groups and communities that are underserved by traditional sports programs. This includes girls, ethnic minorities, the physically challenged and the developmentally disabled.

Award Amount: $10,000-$100,000

Deadline: 7/7/13

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Lesher Foundation - Lesher Foundation Grant

The Lesher Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life in Contra Costa County through educational and cultural endeavors and to support children and strengthen families. The Foundation will make grants only to organizations that are exempt from federal tax under section 501 ( c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and are not classified as a private foundations under section 509(a) of the code.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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LibertyGives Foundation - LiberyGives

The LibertyGives Foundation supports causes that benefit underprivileged and at-risk youth in Colorado. Their main focus is on proactive and preventative services. To be eligible for their grants you need to be part of a charitable organization based in Colorado and proposals can be anywhere from $1,000 to $150,000.

Award Amount: 41820

Deadline: $1k-$150k

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LibertyGives Foundation

This foundation was formed by Liberty Media in 2007 to promote charitable giving. Their main focuses are on underprivileged children in Colorado and other preventative or proactive services.

Award Amount: $1,000-$150,000

Deadline: 6/28/13

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Lilly Endowment Inc

Lilly Endowment Inc focuses on helping Indiana in the areas of community development, education and religion. They serve mainly Indianapolis, but also other parts of Indiana.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Lilly Endowment Inc - Education & Youth Grants

The Lilly Endowment focuses supporting the causes of religion, education and community development. Special emphasis is put on projects that benefit young people and promote leadership education and financial self-sufficiency in the nonprofit, charitable sector. Letters of Interest are accepted year round and further proposals will be invited if you meet the missions of the foundation.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Lincoln Community Foundation - Lincoln Community Foundation Grants

The Lincoln Community Foundation supports organizations in Lincoln and Lancaster County that contribute to the quality of life and welfare of the people. These specific areas include arts and culture, human services, children and families, older adults, animal welfare, environment, youth development and education. Grants support the creation of new programs or the enhancement of existing programs in the area. Visit their website to determine which of their grant offerings are best-represented of your program's needs.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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Lincoln Community Foundation

This foundation supports organizations in Lincoln and Lancaster County that contribute to the quality of life and welfare of the people. These specific areas include arts and culture, human services, children and families, older adults, animal welfare, environment, youth development and education.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Vary by funding source

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M&M Area Community Foundation

The mission of the M&M Area Community Foundation is to provide opportunities to enhance the quality of life for community members. They focus their efforts to youth programs, health, and drug/alcohol prevention.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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M&M Area Community Foundation - M&M Area Community Foundation Grants

The mission of the M&M Area Community Foundation is to provide opportunities to enhance the quality of life for community members. They focus their efforts to youth programs, health, and drug/alcohol prevention. Visit their grant website to see which communities are eligible in your state for grants.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Major League Baseball - The Baseball Tomorrow Fund

This organization is a joint effort between Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association. Their mission is to promote and enhance the growth of youth participation by funding fields, coaches, equipment, training, etc.

Award Amount: $39,000 on Average

Deadline: Rolling

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Major League Baseball - The Baseball Tomorrow Fund

The Baseball Tomorrow Fund is a joint initiative between Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association. The Fund is designed to promote and enhance the growth of youth participation in both baseball and softball. The funds are intended to finance a new program, expand or improve an existing program, undertake a new collaborative effort or obtain facilities/equipment needed to promote the sports programs.

Award Amount: $39k Average

Deadline: Rolling

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Mardag Foundation

The Mardag Foundation provides grants to nonprofit organizations that improve the quality of life for Minnesotans. This includes children, seniors and other at-risk populations and also in the areas of education and the arts.

Award Amount: $5,000-$25,000

Deadline: 12/31, 5/1, 8/1 (annual)

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Mardag Foundation - Mardag Foundation Grants

The Mardag Foundation provides grants to nonprofit organizations that improve the quality of life for Minnesotans. This includes children, seniors and other at-risk populations and also in the areas of education and the arts. The geographic focus of the grants is the East Metro area of Dakota, Ramsey and Washington counties, as well as the greater Minnesota. Before submitting a full proposal it is recommended that you submit a Letter of Inquiry to make sure your project/program matches the Foundation's guidelines.

Award Amount: $5k-$25k

Deadline: 12/31, 5/1, 8/1

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Mary Black Foundation - Active Living Grants

The goal of the Mary Black Foundation if to promote healthy eating and active living in Spartanburg, SC. The interest of the early childhood development program includes forms of school readiness - especially those that are researched-based. Before submitting an application you must meet with a member of the Foundation's staff. They accept applications on a quarterly basis.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/1, 6/1, 9/1, 12/1

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Mary Black Foundation - Active Living Grants

The goal of the Mary Black Foundation if to promote healthy eating and active living in Spartanburg, SC.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/1, 6/1, 9/1, 12/1

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Mary S. and David C. Corbin Foundation

The Corbin Foundation provides grants in the Akron and Summit counties that revolve around educating or improving the areas of art and culture, civic and community being, education, environment, health care, housing, human and social services, medical research and youth.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/1, 11/1 (annually)

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Mary S. and David C. Corbin Foundation - Corbin Foundation Grants

The Mary S. and David C. Corbin Foundation provides grants in the Akron and Summit counties that revolve around educating or improving the areas of art and culture, civic and community being, education, environment, health care, housing, human and social services, medical research and youth. The two annual deadlines for application/proposal submission are March 1st and November 1st.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/1, 11/1

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May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust - May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust

The May and Stanley Charitable Trust seeks to foster healthy development and future independence of children by increasing their opportunities to better themselves. They target children and youth (ages 0-25) and among their greatest interests are those children or youth that are disadvantaged. Areas of focus include academic enrichment and support, mentoring and youth leadership programs, and recreational programs and camps incorporating their youth development objectives. Grants are awarded to nonprofit organizations.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust - May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust

This trust tries to foster healthy development and future independence for children (ages 0-25). Their supported programs include: academic enrichment and support, tuition assistance, career development programs, and recreational programs and camps.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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McBeath Foundation

The McBeath Foundation provides funds to those organizations in Wisconsin that focus on children, the elderly, health care, health education and civic/government affairs.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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McBeath Foundation - McBeath Foundation Grants

The McBeath Foundation provides funds to those organizations in Wisconsin that focus on children, the elderly, health care, health education and civic/government affairs. They provide funding to tax-exempt, nonprofit organizations and review proposals on a case-by-case basis. Proposal criteria is based on the strength of the proposal, the quality and creativity of the projects design, implementation and evaluation, the quality of the applicants nonprofit leadership, the potential to stretch or leverage McBeath funds, and any specific interests of the Trustees and staff.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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MetLife Foundation - Healthy Habits

The MetLife Foundation supports projects that empower people to lead healthy, productive lives while strengthening their communities. The Foundation funds proposals in the areas of health, education, civic affairs, and culture. The Foundation's underlying programs focus on education at all ages and a commitment to increasing access and opportunities to a healthier lifestyle. This Healthy Habits Program seeks to promote physical fitness for illness prevention among children.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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MetLife Foundation

This foundation was created to focus on empowering older adults, preparing young people and building livable communities. The foundation makes grants in health, education, culture and civic affairs that promote healthy habits and fitness.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Metrowest Community Health Care Foundation

This foundation supports 25 communities within the MetroWest state area. Their main concerns, and therefore where most of their grant money goes, is to adolescent health and childhood obesity.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies by grant

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Metrowest Community Health Care Foundation - MetroWest Health Grants

The Metrowest Community Health Care Foundation supports 25 communities within the MetroWest state area. Their main concerns, and therefore where most of their grant money goes, is with adolescent health and childhood obesity. Organizations that are interested in their grants are encouraged to submit a concept paper prior to completing a full proposal.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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Meyer Memorial Trust - Responsive Grants

Responsive Grants are awarded for a wide array of activities in the areas of human services, health, community development and education. Responsive grants help support many kinds of projects, including core operating support, strengthening organizations, building and renovatin facilities, and so forth. There are two stages of consideration before awards: Initial inquiries are accepted at any time and full proposals after approval. The full two-step proposal investigation usually takes give to seven months. Final decisions on Responsive Grants are made by trustees monthly, excep tin January, April, and August. Organizations must be tax-exempt.

Award Amount: $40k-$300k

Deadline: Rolling

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Michael and Susan Dell Foundation

The goal of this foundation is to transform the lives of children living in urban poverty through better health and education. Priority is given to programs that address children's health and education.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Vary by application

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Michael and Susan Dell Foundation - Health and Education Grants

The Michael and Susan Dell Foundation's primary goal is to support and initiate programs that serve the needs of children living in urban poverty. Priority is given to programs that support the areas of children's health, education and microfinance, as well as initiatives in India and Central Texas that assist the needs of children. In addition, the Foundation is determined to reverse the trend in childhood obesity by supporting national school-based programs that engage students and teachers in promoting healthier lifestyles.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies by App

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Michigan Gateway Community Foundation

The grants that this foundation provide benefit the South Berrien and Cass Counties of Michigan in the areas of health, prevention, education and a variety of other community needs.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/1, 5/1, 8/1, 11/1

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Michigan Gateway Community Foundation - Community Foundation Grants

The Michigan Gateway Community Foundation grants are made to projects that will benefit South Berrien and Cass Counties in Michigan. Focus areas include health, prevention, education and a variety of other community needs. Applicants interested are invited to meet with the Foundation before submitting a proposal to make sure that eligibility is in line.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/1, 5/1, 8/1, 11/1

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Mid-Iowa Health Foundation - Community Response Grant

The Mid-Iowa Health Foundation supports organizations that work toward improving the health of others in Iowa. Their main areas of focus include improving access to primary and preventative healthcare services and promoting child health and preventing disease (including influences on overall health, activity, nutrition, school readiness and school success). Their geographical emphasis is on the greater Des Moines area.

Award Amount: $15k-$40k

Deadline: 10/1, 4/1

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Mid-Iowa Health Foundation

The Mid-Iowa Health Foundation supports organizations that work toward improving the health of others in Iowa. A lot of their support goes to preventative and primary safety health services.

Award Amount: $15,000-$40,000

Deadline: 10/1, 4/1 (annual)

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Minnesota Department of Health - Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP)

The Minnesota Department of Health awards grants to help lower the number of Minnesotans who use or are exposed to tobacco or who are obese/overweight. The grant covers all 87 counties and nine of the 11 tribal governments.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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Minnesota Department of Health - Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP)

The Minnesota Department of Health awards grants to help lower the number of Minnesotans who use or are exposed to tobacco or who are obese/overweight. The grant covers all 87 counties and nine of the 11 tribal governments. Their main focus as a state entity is to focus on health concerns of Minnesota's communities.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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Missouri Foundation for Health - Mini Grants Program

The Community Health & Prevention mini-grant program provides support to organizations conducting short-term, targeted community health and prevention efforts aligned with one or more of the CHP outcomes, including access to safe environments for physical activity and improved access to, and consumption of, fresh fruits and vegetables. Applicant must be based in the Foundation service area, and be a state or local government agency or a tax exempt nonprofit corporation. Cycle 1 will open March 5, 2014 and close April 10, 2014. Cycle 2 will open August 6, 2014 and close September 11, 2014.

Award Amount: up to $10k

Deadline: 4/10/14

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Mountainside Health Foundation - Mountainside Health Foundation Grant

The Mountainside Health Foundation is an independent charity that seeks to create healthier communities by supporting good health, wellness education, and disease prevention in the following communities: Montclair, Glen Ridge, Essex Fells, Verona, Cedar Grove, Clifton, Bloomfield, Little Falls, Nutley, Roseland, Fairfield, Caldwell, West Caldwell, North Caldwell, and West Orange.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Mountainside Health Foundation

The Mountainside Health Foundation is an independent charity that seeks to create healthier communities by supporting good health, wellness education, and disease prevention in the noted communities.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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National Dairy Council and National Football League - Fuel Up to Play 60

Recipients must be enrolled in the Fuel Up to Play 60 program to receive funding that will assist in student awareness of the importance of eating healthy and increased physical activity as well as create more access to health-appropriate foods and creating overall changes in schools to make them a healthier place.

Award Amount: $4,000

Deadline: 6/4/13

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National Education Association Foundation

The National Education Association Foundation is an organization that is dedicated to helping students achieve more. They do this through funding, best-practice ideas, support, and accolades.

Award Amount: $2,000-$5,000

Deadline: 2/1, 6/1, and 10/1

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National Education Association Foundation - Learning and Leadership Grants

The National Education Association Foundation's Learning and Leadership Grants support public school teachers, public education support professionals, and faculty/staff in public school institutions of higher education. They fund participation in high-quality professional development experiences, such as summer institutes or action research. All of their professional development funding must improve practice, curriculum, and student achievement.

Award Amount: 2000

Deadline: 2/1, 6/1, 10/15

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National Education Foundation - NEA Student Achievement Grant

Learning & Leadership grants support public school teachers, public education support professionals, and/or faculty and staff in public institutions of higher education to fund participation in high-quality professional development experiences, such as summer institutes or action research. All professional development must improve practice, curriculum, and student achievement.

Award Amount: $2k-$5k

Deadline: 2/1, 6/1, 10/15

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National Institute of Child Health and Human Development - Community-Based Partnerships for Childhood Obesity Prevention and Control: Research to Inform Policy

The sponsors provides support to enhance childhood obesity research by fostering the formation of local, state, or regional teams consisting of researchers, policymakers, and other relevant stakeholders in order to identify research questions and hypotheses, design and implement the relevant research, and translate the research into evidence relevant to potential policy efforts in this area. Although the size of award may vary with the scope of research proposed, it is expected that applications will stay within the budgetary guidelines for an exploratory/developmental project; direct costs are limited to $275,000 over an R21 two-year period, with no more than $200,000 in direct costs allowed in any single year. The deadlines for receipt of standard applications under this announcement are: February 16th, June 16th, and October 16th annually.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/16, 6/16, 10/16

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National Institutes of Health - School Nutrition and Physical Activity Policies, Obesogenic Behaviors and Weight Outcomes

The purpose of the grants from the School Nutrition and Physical Activity Policies, Obsogenic Behaviors and Weight Outcomes organization within the National Institutes of Health is to fund research that fosters multidisciplinary research. This research will evaluate how policies can influence school physical activity and nutrition environments, youths obesogenic behaviors, and weight outcomes, understand how schools are implementing these policies, and understand the counteractive effect of school nutrition and physical activity policies on the home and community environments. Eligible organizations include state, county/city governments, independent school districts, nonprofit organization and Native American tribal organizations.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/5, 6/5, 10/5

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National Institutes of Health

The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases encourages applications from institutions to test practical, acceptable and cost-effective ways to prevent and treat diabetes and obesity.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 7/1/13, 11/1/13, 3/3/14

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National Recreation and Park Association - Out of School Time Program Grant

The NRPA is pleased to announce the availability of grant funds t support children's health through park and recreation out-of-school time programs. One of the primary focuses of the grant is to implement nutrition and physical activity standards that increase access to healthier foods and increase opportunities for physical activity. One-year grants are available and are expected to range from $25,000-$35,000.

Award Amount: $25,000-$35,000

Deadline: 3/6/14

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New Jersey After 3

New Jersey After 3 is dedicated to assisting organizations that partner with local schools between the ages of kindergarten to eighth grade.

Award Amount: $50,000-$500,000

Deadline: Varies

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New Mexico Chidlren's Foundation - Annual Grant

The New Mexico Children's Foundation funds small non-profit children's organizationst rhoughout New Mexico. The purpose of this funding is to support projects that are child centered, innovative, collaborative, and needed in the community.

Award Amount: $5k

Deadline: 4/11/14

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NFL Players, Clubs and Coaches - Youth Football Fund Grants

The Formal Youth Football Fund grants programs as an important grassroots youth football development strategy. Each program includes its own set of eligibility criteria and requirements, but in many cases the programs support youth an high school football programs nationwide. This Fund allows NFL clubs and NFL players to help advance the sport of football among youth.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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NFL Players, Clubs and Coaches

There are a wide variety of different programs and types of grants. They all are based off of the foundation of helping teach and promote the sport of football.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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Nike, Oregon Community Foundation

The Nike Employee Grant fund benefits the communities where Nike employees live and work. They fund programs that create emphasis on physical activity and sports as well as programs that better those communities.

Award Amount: $5,000-$20,000

Deadline: 6/1/13

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Nike, Oregon Community Foundation - Grant

The Nike Employee Grant fund benefits the communities where Nike employees live and work. They fund programs that create emphasis on physical activity and sports as well as programs that better those communities. The Fund supports nonprofits and schools in the Portland Metropolitan area of Oregon and SW Washington. Grants area awarded as one-year awards and range between $5,000 and $20,000. Their funding is broken down by sections: 80% of the grants will supports organizations and projects creating a world where physical activity, play and sports are highly valued and 20% will support projects that address community challenges.

Award Amount: $5k-$20k

Deadline: 6/1/14

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North Carolina Community Foundation - Community Foundation Grants

The goal of the North Carolina Community Foundation is to serve the residents of the state by linking nonprofit organizations with donors. The Foundation partners with 60 different affiliate foundations to create a great resource for those looking for program funding. They currently serve 67 counties across the state. Visit their website to see which opportunities are currently available.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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North Carolina Community Foundation

The goal of the North Carolina Community Foundation is to serve the residents of the state by linking nonprofit organizations with donors.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies by grant

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Northern Piedmont Community Foundation - Meade M. Palmer Memorial Fund

The Meade M. Palmer Memorial Fund conducts a broad based grant-making program which provides vital fudning for all aspects of community well being. Resources are concentrated geographically to preserve and enhance the quality of life to residents of Culpeper, Fauquier, Madison and Rappahannock. The Meade M. Palmer Memorial Fund invites proposals for projects that strengthen the fabric of the counties we serve and reflect the diverse interests of our donors. Such wide-ranging programs include those that: improve a student's readiness to learn, and ability to succeed in the school and other educaitonal endeavors and enhance wellness through community-based organizations. The Meade M. Palmer Memorial Fund considers grant reqeusts once per year.

Award Amount: $250-$5k

Deadline: 1/15/14

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Oak Park River Forest Community Foundation - Legacy Grant

The Oak Park River Forest Community Foundation assist organizations that serve people in Oak Park and/or River Forest. The areas that they focus on include health and human services, arts and culture, community development, education, conservation, the environment, and recreation. Overall, however, their main two priorities include success of youth and environmental sustainability.

Award Amount: $5k

Deadline: 6/1/14

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Oak Park River Forest Community Foundation

The Oak Park River Forest Community Foundation assist organizations that serve people in those communities. The areas that they focus on include health and human services, arts and culture, community development, education, conservation, the environment, and recreation.

Award Amount: $5,000

Deadline: June 1 (annual)

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Ohio Department of Education - Straight A Fund

The Straight A Fund will provide funds to educational entities in Ohio with the drive and courage to try new approaches that: meet the learningneeds of its students, reduce the cost of running a school or school district, or drive more dollars to the classroom. Letter of intent to apply due March 7, 2014. Applications will be accepted from March 20th to April 3rd at 4pm.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/7/14

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Olympic Club Foundation - Olympic Club Foundation Grant

The Olympic Club Foundation supports and encourages participation by Bay Area youth in amateur athletics. The Foundation provides grants up to $20,000 to organizations that demonstrate the capabilities to provide high quality youth atheltic programs and that have a history of achievement in those programs. Applicants must be based in teh following CA counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma and hold a 501 (c )(3) exemption under the Internal Revenue Code. The Foundation accepts grant applications from January 1 to April 30 each year.

Award Amount: Up to $20k

Deadline: 4/30 annual

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Oregon Department of Education - Healthy Kids Learn Better

The Healthy Kids Learn Better is a partnership that promotes healthy eating within schools in order to promote better education. This program is led by the Oregon Department of Education and the Oregon Department of Human Services-Health Services and they collaborate with other health and education organizations in Oregon. Check their website for a list of their current funding offerings and see which of them your classroom or school is eligible for.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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Oregon Department of Education - Healthy Kids Learn Better

The Healthy Kids Learn Better is a partnership that promotes healthy eating within schools in order to promote better education.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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Otto Bremer Foundation - Foundation Grant

The Otto Bremer Foundation strives to help build healthy, vibrant communities, places where basic needs are met, mutual regard is prized and opportunities for economic, civic, and social participations are withing everyone's reach. Grants are made only to organizations whose beneficiaries are residents of Minnesota, North Dakota or Wisconsin, with priority given to communities that are homes and neighbors to Bremer banks. Grants are generally restricted to organizations described in Section 501 (c )(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and to governmental entities.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 4/9/14

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Pamida Foundation

The purpose of the Pamida Foundation is to give back to those that live in the regions where their stores are located.

Award Amount: $250-$5,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Philip L. Graham Fund - Philip L. Graham Fund

The Philip L. Graham Fund is committed to supporting efforts to advance and expand educational offerings for the children of the Washing, D.C., metropolitan area. The Fund only accepts letters of inquiry from organizations that have been ruled to be tax-exempt under Section 501 (c )(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and that are not private foundations as definted in the Code. The Fund's 2014 deadlines are: March 3, July 1, and December 2. Applications from public charter schools are only accepte dont eh July deadline each year.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/3, 7/1, 12/2

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Pitts Foundation - Pitts Foundation Grant

The original trust document specifies the interests of the Pitts Foundation as exclusively charitable, perpetual and geographically restricted to the State of Georgia. The document specifically directs that all eligible charities must be affiliated with the Methodist Church. Funding goals of the Foundation include education. Applications due March 1, 2014.

Award Amount: $15k-$100k

Deadline: 3/1/14

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Presidential Youth Fitness Program, General Mills Foundation - Presidential Youth Fitness Program Grant

The Presidential Youth Fitness program includes an assessment, professional development, and motivational recognition to motivate students to learn about and maintain healthy lifestyles. Instead of receiving monetary support the selected recipients will receive the FITNESSGRAM assessment, training and awards for students. The next round of applications will be accepted April 1, 2014 through April 30, 2014.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 4/30/14

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Prudential Foundation - Foundation Grant

The Prudential Foundation provides funding in the topic areas of education (including youth development and out-of-school-time programs), economic development and arts/civic infrastructure. Their highest priority is vulnerable populations that include disadvantaged and displaced youth. The Foundation makes four types of investments: program support, capacity building and planning, general operating support, and systems change. Applications are received on a rolling basis. Grants are available to nonprofit organizations in select cities.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Randolph Hospital Community Heath Foundation - Community Grant

The Randolph Hospital Community Health Foundation will fund grants which engage volunteers and organizations to motivate the Randolph County community to make healthy lifestyle choices. The priorities of the Foundation are programs which support at least one of the following focus areas: nutrition, physical fitness, obesity or substance abuse.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 6/28/14

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RGK Foundation - Community Grants

RGK Foundation is an Austin-based organization that invites proposals in the areas of education, community, health, and medicine. The Foundations formal interests include formal K-12 education, youth development, early childhood development, children's health, and access to health services. Youth development programs are generally after-school programs that supplement formal education systems and help students increase their chances for successful outcomes in life.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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RGK Foundation

This organization awards grants in the areas of education, community and health/medicine. Most awards go to after-school educational enrichment programs.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Richard Davoud Donchain Foundation

A majority of their grant making is located in the northeastern part of the United States to non-profit organizations. Their main focus is on long-term improvement in all aspects of education, but especially literacy.

Award Amount: $2,000-$50,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Richard Davoud Donchian Foundation - Richard Davoud Donchian Foundation Education Grants

The Richard Davoud Donchain Foundation focuses on programs that work toward long-term improvement in all aspects of education, but with the most emphasis on literacy. All applicants must be a non-profit organization and the Foundation encourages pilot programs that test new program models. In addition, their grant making is focused in the northeasters United States.

Award Amount: $2k-$50k

Deadline: Rolling

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Richard King Mellon Foundation

This foundation supports tax-exempt organizations in the areas of economic development, education, human services, nonprofit capacity building, children, youth, young adults, and conservation.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Richard King Mellon Foundation - Mellon Foundation Grants

The Richard King Mellon Foundation supports tax-exempt organizations in the areas of economic development, education, human services, nonprofit capacity building, children, youth, young adults, and conservation. Grants are geographically targeted at the southwestern Pennsylvania region to tax-exempt organizations.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Richland County Foundation - Competitve Grants

One of the key ways that the Foundation is able to fulfill its mission of improving the quality of life in Richland County is through distribution of grants for charitable purposes to area non-profit organizations. Our grantmaking covers a broad range of areas including: Education, Health Services, Community Services, Children, Youth & Families, Human Services. Grant applications are reviewed four times per year. Application deadlines the following fridays: January 3rd, April 11th, August 22nd, October 17th.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 4/11, 8/22, 10/17

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Rite Aid

Rite Aid has the mission to improve the health and wellness of communities through products and services that meet wellness needs. This foundation creates grants that are available nationwide to aid with their mission.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling/Quarterly (1/15, 4/15, 7/15, 10/15)

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Rite Aid Foundation - Health and Wellness Grants

Rite Aid funds to those organizations/projects that improve the health and wellness of communities through products and services that meet wellness needs. This foundation creates grants that are available nationwide to aid with their mission and their main focus is of children's health and well-being. The Foundation accepts proposals throughout the year, but their submission deadlines for their quarterly meetings are July 15, October 15, January 15, and April 15.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 10/15, 1/15, 4/15

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Robert and Joan Dircks Foundation

This foundation focuses on programs that provide opportunities to children and individuals who are physically, mentally, or economically disadvantaged in mainly the state of New Jersey.

Award Amount: $1,000-$15,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Robert and Joan Dircks Foundation - Robert and Joan Dircks Foundation Grant

The Robert and Joan Dircks Foundation focuses on programs that provide opportunities to children and individuals who are physically, mentally, or economically disadvantaged in mainly the state of New Jersey. The Foundation concentrates on small nonprofit organizations that provide projects that prevent or solve current problems, rather than meet basic needs.

Award Amount: $1k-$5k

Deadline: Rolling

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Robert E. and Evelyn McKee Foundation - Robert E. and Evelyn McKee Foundation Grants

The Robert E. and Evelyn McKee Foundation provides grants to those organizations that impact education, culture, religion, hospitals, youth activities, and community funds. They are focused mainly on the El Paso, Dallas and Austin, TX areas. A majority of their funding is made to local charitable organizations or through local affiliates of national or statewide organizations.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 12/15/14

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Robert E. and Evelyn McKee Foundation

The foundation provides grants to those organizations that impact education, culture, religion, hospitals, youth activities, and community funds. They are focused mainly on the El Paso, Dallas and Austin, TX areas.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 12/15 (annual)

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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - RWJF Roadmaps to Health Prize

This award is given to people that show outstanding community partnerships and are helping people live healthier lives. The recipients of these awards will receive a $25,000 no-strings-attached grant to help them continue their community improvements.

Award Amount: $25,000

Deadline: 5/23/13

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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, American Heart Association - Voices for Healthy Kids Request for Award

Voices for Healthy Kids is a new collaboration between the American Heart Association and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation working to engage, organize and mobilize people to improve the health of their communities, and reverse the childhood obesity epidemic. Voices for Healthy Kids Strategic Campaign Fund is awarding grants with a mix of lobby and non-lobbying resources to support strategic issue advocacy campaigns focused on fighting childhood obesity through state, local, and tribal public policy campaigns aligned with the Voices for Healthy Kids policy priorities. Six awards for up to a maximum of $90,000 per award is available for 501( c)(3) organizations to support strategic issue advocacy campaigns focused on fighting childhood obesity aligned with six advocacy priorities. Applications will be evaluated by an independent review committee and announcement of awards will be made approvimately 6-8 weeks after submission.

Award Amount: $90k

Deadline: Rolling

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Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust

The Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust supports projects in Iowa and parts of Illinois that promote biomedical and scientific research, scholarships, and programs addressing the educational and recreational needs of youth.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust - Education & Youth Grants

The Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust supports tax-exempt organizations located in, and for projects conducted within, the state of Iowa and portions of Illinois. Grants include funding for curriculum, playground equipment, physical education equipment, and athletic facilities. Letters of Inquiry are accepted year round and, if invited, proposals will be due on the 15th of November, February, May, and August.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Ruddie Memorial Youth Foundation - Foundation Grant

The Ruddie Memorial Youth Foundation Innovation Grants are provided to support untested, unusual and otherwise unconventional services aimed at helping underprivileged youth reach their full potential. The Foundation aims to help identify new effective practices that lead to breakthrough results in supporting underprivileged youth. Some examples of previous awards include hospital-based advocacy and community-based after-school programs to reduce obesity and improve overall health in children. Those eligible to apply are nonprofit organizations in Baltimore, MD, Boston MA, Los Angeles CA, Madison WI, Milwaukee WI, Philadelphia PA, San Francisco CA, and Washington DC.

Award Amount: $25k

Deadline: 7/17/14

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Ruddie Memorial Youth Foundation

The Ruddie Memorial Youth Foundation Innovation Grants are provided to support untested, unusual and otherwise unconventional services aimed at helping underprivileged youth reach their full potential. The Foundation aims to help identify new effective practices that lead to breakthrough results in supporting underprivileged youth. Some examples of previous awards include hospital-based advocacy and community-based after-school programs to reduce obesity and improve overall health in children. Those eligible to apply are nonprofit organizations in Baltimore, MD, Boston MA, Los Angeles CA, Madison WI, Milwaukee WI, Philadelphia PA, San Francisco CA, and Washington DC.

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Ruddie Memorial Youth Foundation

The mission of the Ruddie Memorial Youth Foundation is to help underprivileged youth reach their full potential by supporting organizations that do so.

Award Amount: $25,000

Deadline: 7/17/13

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Russell County Area Community Foundation - KHF Children's Fund Grant

The primary purpse of the Kansas Health Foundation Children's Fund shall be to provide support to improve the health and well-being of children living in the area served by the Russell county Area Community Foundation. About $15,000 in total grants is available this year through the KHF Children's Fund. KHF invites area organizations, schools and non-profits to submit innovative proposals that will improve the quality of life of children living in the Russell County area.

Award Amount: $15k total

Deadline: 3/15/14

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Safe Routes to School National Partnership - Safe Routes to School

Safe Routes to School provides funding to organizations that create safer streets, improve communities and promote physical activity for families- especially children.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Vary by State

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Safe Routes to School National Partnership - Safe Routes to School

Safe Routes to School National Partnership is a network of more than 400 nonprofit organizations, government agencies, schools, and professionals that are working together to advance the Safe Routes to School movement in the US. This movement can provide a variety of important benefits to children in their communities. These include increased physical activity, reducing traffic congestion, improving air quality, and enhancing neighborhood safety.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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Saginaw Community Foundation

The Saginaw Community Foundation provides funds to organizations within Saginaw County that better their communities through the arts, education, health, civic improvement, human services, environment, and youth.

Award Amount: $10,000

Deadline: 2/1,5/1, 8/1, 11/1

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Saginaw Community Foundation - Unrestricted Grant Fund, YWCA Fund for Women & Girls Program

The Saginaw Community Foundation provides funds to organizations within Saginaw County that better their communities through art, education, health, civic improvement, human services, environment, and youth. The YWCA Grant Program focuses on the physical, mental and educational needs for women and girls in the Saginaw community. For further application information visit their website and list of available grants.

Award Amount: $10k

Deadline: 2/1, 5/1, 8/1, 11/1

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Saint Luke's Foundation - Community Grants

Saint Luke's Foundation puts its resources together to provide leadership and support for the improvement and transformation of health and well-being of individuals in the greater Cleveland area. Eligible entities must be nonprofit organizations with a 501c3 status or a governmental unit or agency in Cuyahoga County. Priority is given to organizations in the Mt. Pleasant, Buckeye-Shaker, and Woodland Hills neighborhoods.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/1, 4/1, 10/1

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Saint Luke's Foundation

Saint Luke's Foundation puts its resources together to provide leadership and support for the improvement and transformation of health and well-being of individuals in the greater Cleveland area.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/1, 4/1, 7/1, 10/1

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Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation

The Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation is dedicated to providing resources to better improve the life of Hawaii's children and families by improving education.

Award Amount: $5,000-$25,000

Deadline: 2/1, 6/1, 10/1

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Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation - Memorial Fund Grants

The Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation provides resources with the goal of improving the life of Hawaii's children and families by improving their quality and quantity of early education. To be eligible, organizations must be tax-exempt and not private foundations. Projects that include a public sector partner are encouraged by the Foundation.

Award Amount: $5k-$25k

Deadline: 2/1,6/1,10/1

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Santa Barbara Foundation - Express Grant

The Santa Barbara Foundation awards Express Grants every first Monday of the month to an organization that improves a community in Santa Barbara County. These grants are meant to support nonprofit organizations by funding projects that improve organizational efficiencies and effectiveness. The Foundation also considers funding new or innovative projects, joint/collaborative efforts that leverage community resources, and emergencies.

Award Amount: $5k

Deadline: Rolling

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Santa Barbara Foundation - Express Grant

The Santa Barbara Foundation awards Express Grants every first Monday of the month to an organization that improves a community. This includes a form of improving organizational efficiencies and effectiveness.

Award Amount: $5,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Sara Lee Foundation - Food Related Programs

The Sara Lee Foundation places funding priority on garnts to non-profits that creatve collaborative and innovative initiatives focused on fighting hunger. Nutrition and nutrition education is also of significant interest, particularly in programs that distribute food provided by the government. Finally, in taking a holistic view on issues of food, the Foundation considers projects that deal with issues of food in relationship to healthy and active lifestyles through programs that address teh need for nurtition education combined with increased physical activity. To be considered for support, a prospective applicant must first submit an Online Letter of Intent. There are no deadlines for submission of an LOI. Priority is given to nonprofit organizations located in and serving communities where Sara Lee has a facility.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Saucony - Saucony Run for Good Program

The Saucony Run for Good Foundation is committed to informing the public about the cause and prevention of obesity in children. Therefore, they provide their funding to optimize the impact and success of community organizations that promote running and healthy-lifestyle programs for youth. On average they award 10-20 grants to nonprofit organizations. In specific they are looking for programs that positively impact participants through increased participation in running.

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Saucony - Saucony Run for Good Program

This program is organized to encourage active and healthy lifestyles for children. Programs whose participants are 18 years or less are eligible for their funding.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Seybert Institution for Poor Boys and Girls

The Seybert Institution for Poor Boys and Girls makes grants to tax-exempt organizations that serve disadvantaged boys and girls in Philadelphia

Award Amount: $7,500

Deadline: 1/2, 10/1, 3/17

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Seybert Institution for Poor Boys and Girls - After School & Summer Grant Programs

The Seybert Institution for Poor Boys and Girls makes grants to tax-exempt organizations that serve disadvantaged boys and girls in Philadelphia. Grants are generally between $2,000 and $4,000 and their three annual deadlines are January 2nd, October 1st, and March 17th.

Award Amount: 7500

Deadline: 1/2, 10/1, 3/17

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Shasta Regional Community Foundation - Community Grants

The Shasta Regional Community Foundation grants assist the work of nonprofit organizations and public schools that enhance the quality of life for those people in the Shasta region. Focus areas include arts and culture, children, youth and education, community vitality, the environment, health care, recreation, and social services. Generally the funds provided aid with the purchase of equipment or building-related projects.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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Shasta Regional Community Foundation

This foundation supports the work of organizations and public schools that enhance the quality of life for those influenced by the Shasta region.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies by grant

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Shopko Foundation - Shopko Community Charitable Grants

Shopko Foundation recognizes that education is fundamental to an individual's health and functionality in society. To achieve its vision, the Shopko Foundation believes in supporting community projects that may be accessed by, and our contribution made well known to, customer and teammates of Shopko. Funds will support established non-profit organizations with a proved record of success in miantaining solid, critical programs or innovative new organizations and programs supported by established non-profits or successful leadership. Consideration will be given to grant proposals that: help citizens of all ages miantian or improve their physical health, and help students success in school and beomce self-sufficient adults.

Award Amount: $1000 or less

Deadline: Rolling

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SIA Foundation - SIA Foundation

The SIA Foundation, Inc. is committed to making gifts to qualifying 501(c )(3) organizations or entities within the State of Indiana that will improve the quality of life and help meet the needs of our residents. The Foundation achieves this mission through cash grants which are used to support the funding of specific capital projects in the areas of: Education & Health and Welfare. Applications for grants will be accepted from January 1 through March 31 to be considered for a grant to be dispersed by June 15. Applications will be accepted from July 1 through September 30 to be considered for a grant to be dispersed by December 15.

Award Amount: $1k-$10k

Deadline: 3/31, 9/30

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Silicon Valley REALTORS Charitable Foundation - Charitable Valley REALTORS Charitable Foundation

The Silicon Valley REALTORS Charitable Foundation provides financial assistance to organizations that better the communities that they are involved with as a company. Their areas of focus include housing, youth and education. Grants are made possible from donations by its REALTOR and Affiliate members and friends. Combined with charitable contributions and member involvement, the Foundation strives to help create more productive and enriched communities. Applicants must be nonprofit organizations.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/15, 5/15, 8/15, 11/15

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Silicon Valley REALTORS Charitable Foundation

The Silicon Valley REALTORS Charitable Foundation provides financial assistance to organizations that better the communities that they are involved with. Their areas of focus include housing, youth and education.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/15, 5/15, 8/15, 11/15

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Simon Bolivar Foundation - Bronx Social Programs 2014

To apply for a grant from the Foundation for the Foundation's 2014 Bronx Social Programs, your organization must meet the following criteria: Must be tax-exempt under Section 501(c )(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and operated exclusively for charitable, scientific or educational purposes. Must provide services emphasizing buildilng all facets of youth developmentin a focus area: Education- Out of school programming to promote academic achievement, school retention and improved attendance. Improvement of the learning environments of youth trhough family support; healthy Living- Sports as a tool to engage youth in healthy beaviors and academic achievement, school retention and improved attendance. Healthy living education and resources for youth and families particularly to stem the growth of chronic preventable diseasees such as diabetes and heart disease. Must be loacted in the Bronx, New York and provide services in the Bronx, New York.

Award Amount: up to $50k

Deadline: 3/27/14

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Stuart Foundation - Stuart Foundation Grant

We work to provide opportunities for all California and Washington students to learn and achieve in school by developing effective education systems. We invest in coordinated programs, partnerships, and research and policy analysis to achieve system wide impact. We support organizations with a 501(c )(3) status, public agencies and projects sponsosred by public charities. Please submit your letter of inquiry any time after January 1, 2014.

Award Amount: up to $250k

Deadline: Rolling

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Stuart Foundation - Stuart Foundation Grant

We work to provide opportunities for all California and Washington students to learn and achieve in school by developing effective education systems. We invest in coordinated programs, partnerships, and research and policy analysis to achieve system wide

Award Amount: Up to $250k

Deadline: Rolling

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Sundt Foundation - Sundt Grants Program

The Sundt foundation takes individual donations and matches it with company donations to focus on the needs of disadvantaged children and adults. Organizations applying for grants must be non-profit and must impact the lives of these disadvantaged children and adults in some way. Those eligible must also be established in a community where Sundt has an office (Phoenix, Tucson, Sacramento, San Diego, and San Antonio).

Award Amount: $1k-$10k

Deadline: 3/15, 6/15, 9/15, 12/15

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Sundt Foundation

The Sundt foundation takes individual donations and matches it with company donations to focus on the needs of disadvantaged children and adults. Organizations applying for grants must be non-profit and must impact the lives of these disadvantaged children and adults in some way.

Award Amount: $1,000-$10,000

Deadline: 3/15, 6/15, 9/15, 12/15

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Sundt Foundation - Sundt Grants Program

The Sundt foundation takes individual donations and matches it with company donations to focus on the needs of disadvantaged children and adults. Organizations applying for grants must be non-profit and must impact the lives of these disadvantaged children and adults in some way. Those eligible must also be established in a community where Sundt has an office (Phoenix, Tucson, Sacramento, San Diego, and San Antonio).

Award Amount: $1000-$10k

Deadline: 3/15, 6/15,9/15, 12/15

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SUPERVALU

SUPERVALU focuses its giving on the following areas: hunger relief, health and nutrition and environmental stewardship.

Award Amount: $1,000-$50,000

Deadline: 2/15, 5/15, 8/15, 11/15

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SUPERVALU - Corporate Giving

The SUPERVALU Foundation manages giving at their corporate level and focuses on giving in Minnesota and Idaho's Treasure Valley (where SUPERVALU offices are located). The Foundation provides financial support and associate volunteer engagement through their Volunteers in Action program. Eligible organizations must be nonprofit organizations whose programs educate and promote healthy lifestyles and nutrition, disease management and prevention methods through dieting.

Award Amount: $1k-$50k

Deadline: 2/15,5/15, 9/15, 11/15

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Tauck Foundation - Youth Grants

The Tauck Foundation, which originated in the year 2000, has funded a variety of after-school and summer programs to low-income and underserved youth in Fairfield County CT, New Haven County CT, Monroe County NY, King County WA, and Kitsap County WA. Priority is given to applications that serve economically disadvantaged or underserved youth (ages 11-18). The Foundation's current focus is on addressing young people's growth and development in the areas of nutrition, health and fitness.

Award Amount: $10k-$25k

Deadline: Varies

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Tauck Foundation

The Tauck Foundation serves primarily the Bridgeport community by funding a range of after-school and summer programs and serving low income families.

Award Amount: $10,000-$25,000

Deadline: Varies

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The Aetna Foundation

This organization funds community wellness organizations that serve those who are at risk for poor health. This includes low income, underserved and minority populations. They promote eating fresh fruits and vegetables and being active.

Award Amount: $25,000-$50,000

Deadline: Rolling

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The Aetna Foundation - Obesity Prevention National Grant Program

The grant area of this foundation focuses on initiatives that create a better understanding of obesity and what we can do to prevent it. Some example areas that they would support include domestic food policies, individual food choices, promoting population health and weight loss, how children use recreation time, and how school lunch programs can be better for our communities.

Award Amount: $50,000-$250,000

Deadline: Rolling

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The Aetna Foundation - Obesity Prevention National Grant Program

The Aetna Foundation grants to programs that focus on initiatives that create a better understanding of obesity and what we can do to prevent it. Some example areas that they would support include domestic food policies, individual food choices, promoting population health and weight loss, how children use recreation time, and how school lunch programs can be better for our communities. Proposals are accepted on a rolling basis and can range from $50,000 to $250,000.

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The Amarillo Area Foundation

The Amarillo Area Foundation works to promote the efficient and effective delivery of services from nonprofit organizations by providing them funds so they can improve the lives of the people in the Texas Panhandle.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Amarillo Area Foundation - The Amarillo Area Foundation

The Amarillo Area Foundation works to promote the efficient and effective delivery of services from nonprofit organizations by providing them funds so they can improve the lives of the people in the Texas Panhandle. Specific focus areas include education, health, human services, and youth. Eligible applicants are nonprofit organizations with a 501(c)(3) status tat serve residents in the 26 northernmost counties of the Texas Panhandle.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Bangor Savings Bank Foundation - Foundation Grant Making

We believe giving back is necessary part of doing business in the state of Maine. That's why we donate our time, knowledge, skills and labor, as well as our money, to Maine organizations and communities. We are committed to helping improve the health, education, culture, and economy of our state. The Foundation also lends support to compelling applications in Education with initiatives that raise student aspirations at the primary, secondary, and post-secondary levels and support education through dissemination of information. We are committed to making Maine an even better place to grow up in and put down roots in. Applications are reviewed quarterly and must be received by April 1st, July 1st, October 1st, or January 1st for consideration.

Award Amount: $2k-$50k

Deadline: 4/1, 7/1, 10/1, 1/1

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The Baton Rouge Area Foundation - Powell Group Fund

The Powell Group believes that communities are strengthened when they see themselves as individual resources that can be used to better the community. This fund supports nonprofit organizations that can help demonstrate that they have planned their projects with respect to the community's greatest opportunities. Locations include the greater communities of Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Lake Charles, Louisiana; Le Mars, Iowa; and Sioux City, Iowa.

Award Amount: 5000

Deadline: 2/1, 8/1

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The Baton Rouge Area Foundation - Powell Group Fund

The Powell Group believes that communities are strengthened when they see themselves as individual resources that can be used to better the community. This fund supports nonprofit organizations that can help demonstrate that they have planned their projects with respect to the community's greatest opportunities. Locations include the greater communities of Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Lake Charles, Louisiana; Le Mars, Iowa; and Sioux City, Iowa.

Award Amount: $5k

Deadline: 2/1, 8/1

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The Baton Rouge Area Foundation

The Powell Group believes that communities are strengthened when they see themselves as individual resources that can be used to better the community. This fund supports nonprofit organizations that do just that.

Award Amount: $5,000

Deadline: 2/1, 8/1

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The Bernard & Audre Rapoport Foundation

The Bernard & Audre Rapoport Foundation seek to support organizations in the Waco and McLennan Counties to assist with community problems and focus on programs that benefit children and youth. This includes education, arts and culture, healthcare, community social services and civic participation.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 1/15, 8/15 (annual)

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The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee Health Foundation

This foundation grants to those organizations and programs that have high-impact initiatives and that work with civic and economic partners to promote healthy lifestyle choices throughout Tennessee.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee Health Foundation - Healthy Lifestyle Grants

The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee Health Foundation grants to those organizations and programs that have high-impact initiatives and that work with civic and economic partners to promote healthy lifestyle choices throughout Tennessee. The specific focus areas for the foundation include children's health, infant mortality, childhood obesity, patient safety and quality improvement, and the uninsured. Applicants must be nondiscriminatory, serve communities in Tennessee, and be a 501 (c)(3) public charity. Letters of Inquiry may be submitted anytime.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Blue Ribbon Foundation of BlueCross of Northeastern PA - Health and Wellness Mini-Grants

The mission of the Blue Ribbon Foundation of BlueCross of Northeastern Pennsylvania is to fund organizations that combat unhealthy weight and obesity through forms of preventative education. Specific areas focus on nutrition, physical activity and behavioral intentions to become healthier. Organizations are invited to submit detailed proposals for projects that fit into their specific focus areas.

Award Amount: up to $10k

Deadline: 3/14, 6/6, 10/10

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The Blue Ribbon Foundation of BlueCross of Northeastern Pennsylvania

This foundation has established Mini-Grants to make smaller funding available to community health and human services programs. The priority areas include healthy children and families, health education, and prevention and human services.

Award Amount: $2,500-$10,000

Deadline: 2/1, 5/1, 8/1, 11/1

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The Blue Ribbon Foundation of BlueCross of Northeastern Pennsylvania

The mission of this organization is to fund organizations that combat unhealthy weight and obesity through forms of preventative education. Specific areas focus on nutrition, physical activity and behavioral intentions to become healthier.

Award Amount: $10,000

Deadline: 2/1, 5/1, 8/1, 11/1

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The Charles Hayden Foundation

The Boston Hayden Foundation donates to organizations that serve children ages 5 to 18 in Boston.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Charles Hayden Foundation - The Charles Hayden Foundation

The Charles Hayden Foundation contributes to institutions that serve children (ages 5-18) from Boston, New York City and Newark, NJ. Support from the Foundation is concentrated on youth development and education programs that have evidence of impacting young people and also have plans for making measurable progress toward well-defined goals in a specified frame time.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Children's Trust - The Children's Trust Web Grants

The Children's Trust supports the Miami-Dade region by providing programs and services needed by families and children in that area to work on behalf of all children in those communities. They focus on health, safety, development, and parental and community involvement. The Trust encourages creative approaches to coordinating, integrating and funding services across and within those focus areas.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Children's Trust

The Children's Trust supports the Miami-Dade region by providing programs and services needed by families and children in that area. They focus on health, safety, development, and parental and community involvement.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Cleveland Foundation

This foundation provides support to the Cuyahoga Lake and Geaua counties of Ohio through three different categories: proactive programs, donor-directed programs and responsive programs.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Cleveland Foundation - The Cleveland Foundation Grants

The Cleveland Foundation provides support to the Cuyahoga Lake and Geauga counties of Ohio through three different categories: proactive programs, donor-directed programs and responsive programs. If interested in applying logon to their website and create a profile to be able to send a Letter of Inquiry. If it is determined that your project meets the guidelines of the Foundation you will be asked within a few weeks to submit a full application.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Coca-Cola Foundation - Community Support Program

Coca-Cola aims to make a positive impact in the communities that they serve by funding programs in the following areas: water stewardship, healthy active living, community recycling, and education. Healthy active living includes providing access to exercise, physical activity and nutritional education programs. Applications are accepted year-round and have no maximum dollar amount that can be proposed.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Coca-Cola Foundation

Coca-Cola aims to make a positive impact in the communities that they serve by funding programs in the following areas: water stewardship, healthy active living, community recycling, and education.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Community Foundation

The Community Foundation has the mission of improving the equality of life in the greater Rochester region by assessing community issues, promoting philanthropy, and connecting donors to the noted needs of community members.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Vary by funding source

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The Community Foundation - The Community Foundation Grant Search

The Community Foundation has the mission of improving the equality of life in the greater Rochester region by assessing community issues, promoting philanthropy, and connecting donors to the noted needs of community members. Emphasis is put on programs funding early childhood, education, health, and family. Search their website for a listing of available grants in these noted topic areas.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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The Community Foundation for South Central New York - Community Fund Grant

he Community Foundation for South Central New York is accepting grant applications to the community fund. Non-profits, municipalities, and school districts in Broome, Chenango, Delaware, Otsego and Tioga counties are eligible to apply. Funding categories include: Programing, capital, operating support and capacity building.

Award Amount: $1k-$15k

Deadline: 3/4, 9/2

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The Community Foundation of Muncie an Delaware County - Robert P. Bell Education Grants

The Robert P. Bell Education Grants are awarded to teachers with innovative ideas, programs, or projects that are designed to stimulate learning in their students. Grants range in size from $50-$450.

Award Amount: $50-$450

Deadline: 2/1, 4/1, 10/1, 12/1

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The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County - Foundation Grant

The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County was created for the purpose of contributing to improve the quality of life in Muncie and Delaware County. Their grants are awarded to projects that benefit the community in the following areas: arts and culture, human services, economic development, education or community betterment. A list of each of their grants is provided online.

Award Amount: $1k-$20k

Deadline: Varies

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The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County

The purpose of this foundation is to improve the quality of life in these counties. Their areas of interest include arts and culture, human services, economic development, education and community betterment.

Award Amount: $1,000-$20,000

Deadline: Varies by grant

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The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County

The purpose of the Community Foundation is to contribute to improving the quality of life in these counties. The following are their areas of interest: arts, culture, human services, economic development, education, and community betterment.

Award Amount: $50-$450

Deadline: 2/1, 4/1, 10/1, 12/1

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The Community Foundation of South Alabama

They are a county-focused organization that collects donations from individuals that wish to assist in matching their mission of addressing the needs of South Alabama by connecting people to ideas, values and each other. These grants are awarded based on who the organization thinks needs the most assistance.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 4/5/13

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The Community Foundation of South Alabama - Foundation Grant

The Community Foundation of South Alabama is a county-focused organization that collects donations from individuals that wish to assist in matching their mission of addressing the needs of South Alabama by connecting people to ideas, values and each other. These grants are awarded after a competitive grant-making process based on who the organization thinks needs the most assistance. This includes nonprofit agencies, municipal governments, public schools, and some religious organizations in the counties of Baldwin, Clarke, Conecuh, Choctaw, Escambia, Mobile, Monroe, and Washington.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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The Corning Incorporated Foundation

The Corning Incorporated Foundation provides monetary assistance to organizations and projects around the Corning Incorporated communities through community service programs for students, curriculum enrichment, facility improvement and technology projects for the classroom.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Corning Incorporated Foundation - Community Grants

The Corning Incorporated Foundation provides monetary assistance to organizations and projects around the Corning Incorporated communities through community service programs for students, curriculum enrichment, facility improvement and technology projects for the classroom. Currently the Foundation annually fulfills approximately 136 grants totaling over $3 million to selected public K-12 school districts, community colleges and four-year institutions.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The David and Lucile Packard Foundation

The David and Lucile Packard Foundation provide monetary assistance to organizations that help parents and caregivers get children off to a good start and establish healthy patterns as well as organizations that foster the intellectual, social and emotional development of newborn toddlers and children.

Award Amount: $15,000-$150,000

Deadline: Rolling

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The Duke Endowment

This endowment helps people strengthen communities in both North and South Carolina by nurturing children, promoting health, educating minds and enriching spirits.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies by funding source

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The Duke Endowment - The Duke Endowment Grants

The Duke Endowment helps people strengthen communities in both North and South Carolina by nurturing children, promoting health, educating minds and enriching spirits. They focus their resources on vulnerable children, health care, higher education and rural United Methodist churches. They also focus to balance their aid on both current projects as well as projects preparing for the future.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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The Eisner Foundation - Eisner Foundation Grants

The purpose of the Eisner Foundation is to seek and provide children in Los Angeles with the tools that they need to attain self-sufficiency and to create productive lives. They fund after-school programs in underserved communities and also provide funding for higher education. The Foundation invests in public schools, primarily through charter school funding and school reform efforts for LAUSD.

Award Amount: $10k-$25k and $100k-$300k

Deadline: Rolling

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The Eisner Foundation

The purpose of the Eisner Foundation is to seek and provide children in Los Angeles with the tools that they need to attain self-sufficiency and to create productive lives. They fund after-school programs in underserved communities and also provide funding for higher education.

Award Amount: $10,000-$300,000

Deadline: Rolling

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The Esping Family Foundation

This foundation exists to help people and organizations of Dallas-Fort Worth, TX to help themselves as well as future generations. Their focus areas include K-12 education, youth development and children/families.

Award Amount: $500-$50,000

Deadline: 4/1, 10/1 (annual)

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The Esping Family Foundation - The Esping Family Foundation Grants

The Esping Family Foundation exists to help people and organizations of Dallas-Fort Worth, TX to help themselves as well as future generations. Their focus areas include K-12 education, youth development and children/families. Eligible applicants must be qualified public entities or 501 (c)(3) charities serving the people of Texas. Their annual deadlines are April 1st and October 1st.

Award Amount: $500-$50k

Deadline: 4/1,10/1

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The Finish Line Youth Foundation - Finish Line Youth Foundation Grants

The Finish Line Youth Foundation supports youth programs that provide opportunities for youth programs that place an importance on youth development and active lifestyles. Grants generally range from $1,000 to $5,000, but the Foundation may occasionally provide greater funding to maximize their funding impact into heir interest areas. These areas include youth athletic programs, camps, scholarships and programs/projects that promote healthy living.

Award Amount: $1k-$5k

Deadline: Rolling

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The Finish Line Youth Foundation

This organization provides funding to organizations that provide opportunities for youth in athletic programs and camps that put an emphasis on sports and an athletic lifestyle.

Award Amount: $1,000-$5,000

Deadline: Rolling

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The Floyd A. and Kathleen C. Cailloux Foundation

The Cailloux Foundation is dedicated to projects in the noted regions that focus on civic projects, college scholarships, education, child development, health and rehabilitation and animal welfare purposes.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Floyd A. and Kathleen C. Cailloux Foundation - Cailloux Foundation Grants

The Cailloux Foundation is dedicated to projects originating in Kerr and the surrounding communities (Gillespie, Bandera, Edwards, Real, and Kimble Counties), however there are technically no geographical boundaries. Specific focus areas include community service, education, child development, and health. Letters of Inquiry are required and are reviewed on an on-going basis year-round.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky - Foundation Grant

The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky is a non-profit organization that works to address the unmet health care needs of Kentuckians. Their current focus is mainly on fitness and nutrition for children and their families. To do this they grant to those organizations that focus on improving access to health care, reducing risk and promoting healthy lifestyles, and promoting healthy equity (and reduce health disparities).

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky

The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky is a non-profit organization that works to address the unmet health care needs of Kentuckians. Their current focus is mainly on fitness and nutrition for children and their families.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Vary by grant

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The Frog Rock Foundation

The Frog Rock Foundation supports organizations in the Westchester County communities that focus on economically disadvantaged children, early childhood development and academic enrichment in art, science and history.

Award Amount: $10,000 and up

Deadline: Rolling

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The Frog Rock Foundation - The Frog Rock Foundation Grants

The Frog Rock Foundation supports organizations in the Westchester County communities that focus on economically disadvantaged children, early childhood development and academic enrichment in art, science and history. Their three main support areas include early learning and development, intellectual and personal enrichment and early childhood systems change. Grants will not be considered for values less than $10,000.

Award Amount: $10k+

Deadline: Rolling

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The Fund for Greater Hartford - The Fund for Greater Hartford Grant

The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving provides funding to a wide variety of nonprofit organizations in the Hartford area. Their main focuses include social services, health, education, early childhood and youth services, arts and culture, and other charitable projects. Applications are accepted year round, but applicants are required to contact a program officer prior to submitting an application to verify eligibility. That program officer then will provide applicants with the application packet.

Award Amount: $5k-$15k

Deadline: 12/15, 3/15, 6/15, 9/15

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The Fund for Greater Hartford

The Fund for Greater Hartford funds programs that revolve around education, the arts, community development, health and social benefits for children, youth, and families.

Award Amount: $5,000-$15,000

Deadline: 12/15, /15, 7/15, 9/25

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The Gerber Foundation

The Gerber Foundation has a mission of enhancing the quality of life for infants and young children in the areas of nutrition, care, and development.

Award Amount: $100-$10,000

Deadline: 2/15, 5/15, 9/15 (annual)

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The Gerber Foundation - West Michigan Grants

The Gerber Foundation has a mission of enhancing the quality of life for infants and young children (ages 0-18) in the areas of nutrition, care, and development. Funding is available for grants in Lake, Muskegon, Newaygo, and Oceana Counties in West Michigan. Special emphasis is placed on projects focused on dental and health issues, early childhood education, parenting education, and education in the topics of math, science and technology.

Award Amount: $100-$10k

Deadline: 2/1, 5/15, 9/15

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The Hannaford Charitable Foundation - Hannaford Charitable Foundation Grants

The Hannaford Charitable Foundation supports nonprofit organizations that improve the communities where Hannaford operates. Funding areas include health and welfare, educational institutes, civic and cultural organizations and other charities. Specific locations include Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, and Vermont. Small requests are reviewed monthly and requests greater than $50,000 are reviewed quarterly.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Hannaford Charitable Foundation

The Hannaford Charitable Foundation supports nonprofit organizations that improve the communities where Hannaford operates. Funding areas include health and welfare, educational institutes, civic and cultural organizations and other charities.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation assists low-income and vulnerable individuals through sponsored programs. This is mainly done through educational programs.

Award Amount: $50,000

Deadline: Rolling

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The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation assists low-income and vulnerable individuals through sponsored programs. This is mainly done through educational programs.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation - Weinberg Foundation Grant

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation offers funding to nonprofit organizations that support education, children and families. Their priorities include Early Childhood Education, K-12 Education and Out of School Time programs. The Foundation's particular areas of focus include Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Northeast Pennsylvania, and Hawaii. Letters of Inquiry are accepted on a rolling basis.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation - Maryland Small Grants Program

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation offers funding to nonprofit organizations that support education, children and families. Their priorities include Early Childhood Education, K-12 Education and Out of School Time programs. The Foundation's particular areas of focus include Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Northeast Pennsylvania, and Hawaii. Letters of Inquiry are accepted on a rolling basis.

Award Amount: $50k

Deadline: Rolling

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The Hecksher Foundation for Children - The Hecksher Foundation for Children

The Heckscher Foundation for Children was founded in 1921 to promote the welfare of children, primarily in New York city. We fund organizations serving youth in the fields of academic support, arts education, job training, and social services including health and recreation. The Foundation's giving takes the form of program support, capactiy building, general operating and specific capital projects (capital support requests are by board invitation only). The Foundation is particularly interestedin fudning social services projects, including those with health or recreative compnents, that impact or correlate with positive behavioral outcomes in academic improvement and toward economic stability. Such examples may include: interventions for children with special needs and health challenges and recreational initiatives using sports or other physical activities as a hook to initiate interest in academics, college or careers.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Hershey Company - Hershey Grants

The Hershey Company gives back to the communities in which they operate and to society in general. The causes that they generally support include education, health and human services, civic and community initiatives, arts and culture and the environment and they assist in the form of cash and product contributions. Emphasis is placed on causes that support kids and kids at risk.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Hershey Company

The Hershey Company gives back to the communities in which they operate. The causes that they generally support include education, health and human services, civic and community initiatives, arts and culture and the environment.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The J. Marion Sims Foundation - Responsive Grants

Their grants are awarded to nonprofit organizations that propose innovative projects and programs to teach prevention and educate community members about health and wellness.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 4/15, 10/15

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The J. Marion Sims Foundation - Teachers' Pet Grants

Their grants are awarded to nonprofit organizations that propose innovative projects and programs to teach prevention and educate community members about health and wellness.

Award Amount: $500

Deadline: Rolling

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The J. Marion Sims Foundation - Responsive Grants

The J. Marion Sims Foundation grants are awarded to support teacher's efforts to enhance their curriculum and to provide funding for classroom materials. Those eligible to apply include teachers, medial specialists, guidance counselors and other certified support staff (exclusive of after-school programs) in Lancaster County, Fort Lawn and Great Falls. Applications may request up to $500.

Award Amount: Vare

Deadline: 4/15, 10/15

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The J. Marion Sims Foundation - Teachers' Pet Grants

The J. Marion Sims Foundation grants are awarded to nonprofit organizations that propose innovative projects and programs to teach prevention and educate community members about health and wellness. They target programs that enhance health and wellness in Lancaster County and the neighboring communities of Great Falls and Fort Lawn, South Carolina. Contact the Foundation to schedule a meeting prior to the grant deadline.

Award Amount: 500

Deadline: Rolling

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The Jaguars Foundation - The Jaguars Foundation Grant

The Jaguars Foundation allocated grants to serve the needs of economically and socially disadvantage youth throughout Northeast Florida. If you are applying for a grant, you must submit an initial Letter of Inquiry online well before the deadline. Please note that the Jaguars Foundation only funds 501( c)(3) nonprofits that serve economically and socially disadvantaged youth with programs in the five county area (Duval, Clay, St. John's, Baker and Nassau). For grants beginning January 1, 2015, the application deadline is July 15, 2014.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 7/15/14

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The Josephine S. Gumbiner Foundation - The Josephine S. Gumbiner Foundation Grants

The Josephine S. Gumbiner Foundation is available to support children and women in the Long Beach area of California. The types of programs that they support include day care, education, afterschool tutoring, mentoring, recreation, the arts, and health care. They also have a special emphasis on intervention, prevention and direct service. In order to receive the full grant application you will need to submit a Letter of Intent.

Award Amount: $5k-$50k

Deadline: Rolling

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The Josephine S. Gumbiner Foundation

The Josephine S. Gumbiner Foundation is available to support children and women in the Long Beach area of California. The types of programs that they support include day care, education, afterschool tutoring, mentoring, recreation, the arts, and health care.

Award Amount: $5,000-$50,000

Deadline: Rolling

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The LEGO Group - LEGO Children's Fund Grants

The LEGO group is committed to helping children develop their creativity and learning skills through constructive play. They assist local and national communities and organizations that assist with children (ages 0-14).

Award Amount: $500 - $5,000

Deadline: 1/15, 4/15, 7/15, 10/15

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The Moran Family Foundation

The Moran Family Foundation supports programs that promote healthy development of at-risk children and families whose lives are greatly impacted by poverty.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Moran Family Foundation - The Moran Family Foundation

The Moran Family Foundation supports programs that promote healthy development of at-risk children and families whose lives are greatly impacted by poverty. The Foundation invests in community-based organizations that work to empower at-risk youth and their families to enhance the opportunity for each child to live up to their greatest potential. By doing this, the Foundation seeks to strengthen the community. Geographical areas of target for these grants include the District of Columbia and the Northern Virginia areas of Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, and Falls Church.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation - Program Grants

The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation is focused on improving the lives of those communities in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. The foundation grants programs in the areas of arts and humanities, community services, education, and health. Eligible recipients of their grants must be nonprofit organizations that serve residents in the District of Columbia, Prince George's and Montgomery Counties in Maryland, Arlington and Fairfax Counties, and the cities of Alexandria and Falls Church in Virginia.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/1,7/1,11/1

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The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation

This foundation is dedicated to improving communities in the Washington DC area. They do that by focusing on the following areas: arts and humanities, community services, education and health.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/1, 7/1, 11/1

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The Mott Foundation - Pathways out of Poverty

The Mott Foundation's Pathways out of Poverty program supports programs around the US that promote learning beyond the classroom. In specific, programs that provide these opportunities to underserved children and youth (which is a strategy of improving public education). Grant making in these areas focus on academic support and enrichment for young people to learn in school, summer school and after-school programs.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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The Oliver Foundation - Healthy Choices Grant

The goal of the Oliver Foundation is to encourage children, families and communities in Texas to improve the eating and physical activity patterns of Pre-School, Elementary, Middle School chilcren. Grants will be awarded to Texas non-profit organizations, agencies and schools that demonstarate the greatest need and likelihood of a sustainable impact on children's nutrition and activity levels through innovative programs. Rolling deadline for applications are April 15th, July 15th and October 15th.

Award Amount: $750-$3k

Deadline: Rolling

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The Oregon Community Foundation - Community Grants Program

The Oregon Community Foundation works with a broad base of donors and volunteers to better nonprofits by assisting with monetary means as well as with physical volunteering. They focus on children, families (including out-of-school programs), education, culture, and citizen involvement. They award around 200 grants per year that mostly are to small and moderate-sized nonprofits. Funding priorities include children and families, education, culture, and citizen involvement.

Award Amount: $5k-$35k

Deadline: 2/1, 8/1

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The Oregon Community Foundation

The Oregon Community Foundation works with a broad base of donors and volunteers to better nonprofits by assisting with monetary means as well as with physical volunteering. They focus on children, families (including out-of-school programs), education, culture, and citizen involvement.

Award Amount: $5,000-$35,000

Deadline: 2/1, 8/1

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The Paul G. Duke Foundation, The Columbus Foundation

The grant making efforts focus on benefiting children, young adults, and families in the Miami County area. Specific areas of interest include art, education, health and social services.

Award Amount: $5,000-$25,000

Deadline: 4/1, 8/1 (annually)

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The Paul G. Duke Foundation, The Columbus Foundation - Duke Foundation Grants

The Paul G. Duke Foundation and The Columbus Foundation grant-making efforts focus on benefiting children, young adults, and families in the Miami County area. Specific areas of interest include art, education, health and social services. The Foundation also offers a number of targeted grant opportunities that link donor funds to the appropriate services. Check their website to view their current listing of opportunities.

Award Amount: $5k-$25k

Deadline: 4/1, 8/1

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The Pinkerton Foundation - Youth Programs Grant

The Pinkerton Foundation focuses on the education of NYC students, single-parent families and juvenile justice. They do this through supporting adult youth programs to get stable adults in the lives of underprivileged students. This includes programs that are the hours after school, on weekends, and during the summer. The Foundation's Board of Directors meets two times per year (May and December), but letters of Inquiry are welcome throughout the year.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Pinkerton Foundation

The Pinkerton Foundation focuses on the education of NYC students, single-parent families and juvenile justice. They do this through supporting adult youth programs to get stable adults in the lives of these students. This includes programs that are the hours after school, on weekends, and during the summer.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Priddy Foundation

The Priddy Foundation supports selected counties in both Texas and Oklahoma that support programs in human services, education, the arts, health, and many others aimed at improving communities.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/1, 8/1 (annual)

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The Priddy Foundation - The Priddy Foundation Grants

The Priddy Foundation supports selected counties in both Texas and Oklahoma that support programs in human services, education, the arts, health, and many others aimed at improving communities. The Foundation accepts grants from the Wichita Falls, Texas area (including the Texas counties of Archer, Baylor, Childress, Clay, Cottle, Foard, Hardeman, Haskell, Jack, King, Knox, Montague, Stonewall, Throckmorton, Wichita, Wilbarger, Wise, and Young and also the Oklahoma counties of Comanche, Cotton, Jackson, Jefferson, Stephens, and Tillman).

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/1, 8/1

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The Prudential Foundation - Foundation Grant

The Prudential Foundation's mission is to promote strong communities and improve social outcomes for residents in places where Prudential Financial employees work and live. Their three main focuses are on economic development, education and arts/culture in vulnerable communities (their highest priority). The Prudential Foundation makes four types of investments: program support, capacity building and planning, general operating support, and systems change. Grants are available for nonprofit organizations in select cities and proposals are reviewed throughout the year.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Prudential Foundation

The Prudential Foundation's mission is to promote strong communities and improve social outcomes for residents in places where we work and live. Their three main focuses are on economic development, education and arts/culture. They have selected specific regions where they typically award and the Arizona location is Phoenix.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Rapides Foundation - Mini Opportunity Grants

Mini Opportunity Grants are intended to support projects that will take one year or less in Central Louisiana. The following areas are of interest: healthy people, education and healthy communities.

Award Amount: $10,000

Deadline: Rolling

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The Rapides Foundation

The mission of the Rapides Foundation is to improve the health of the people of Central Louisiana. This includes focusing on healthy people, education and healthy communities.

Award Amount: $1,000,000

Deadline: 5/15, 10/15

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The Rapides Foundation - Program Opportunity Grants

The mission of the Rapides Foundation is to improve the health of the people of Central Louisiana. This includes focusing on healthy people, education and healthy communities. Letters of Intent are due by May 15th. Note that their October 15 cycle has been temporarily suspended. Applications are accepted for programs up to $1,000,000 for a maximum of three years.

Award Amount: $1M

Deadline: 5/15, 10/15

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The Rapides Foundation - Mini Opportunity Grants

Mini Opportunity Grants are intended to support projects that will take one year or less in Central Louisiana. The following areas are of interest: healthy people, education and healthy communities. Letters of Intent are due by May 15th. Note that their October 15 cycle has been temporarily suspended. Applications are accepted for programs up to $1,000,000 for a maximum of three years.

Award Amount: $10k

Deadline: Rolling

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The Raymond John Wean Foundation - Community, Neighborhood & Early Childhood Grants

The Raymond John Wean Foundation enhances community living in the Mahoning Valley through assisting organizations and projects that improve early childhood development, youth, and community. Their goal in grant making is to help organizations improve the local communities and inspire others to increase their own capacities for change. A Letter of Inquiry is required.

Award Amount: $1k-$30k

Deadline: 12/1, 3/1, 6/1, 9/1

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The Raymond John Wean Foundation

The Raymond John Wean Foundation enhances community living in the Mahoning Valley through assisting organizations and projects that improve early childhood development, youth, and community.

Award Amount: $1,000-$30,000

Deadline: 12/1, 3/1, 6/1, 9/1

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The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - Health Impact Project

The Health Impact Project, a collaborationof the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and The Pew Charitable Trusts, has announced a call for proposals to fundhealth impact assessment (HIA), and the establishment of sustainable, self-supporting HIA programs to more routinely integrate health into public policy decision-making. A call for proposals will support government and tribal agencies and educational and nonprofit organizations under the two types of grans.

Award Amount: $100k-$250k

Deadline: 4/2/14

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The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - Healthy Eating Research: Building Evidence to Prevent Childhood Obesity

The purpose of this foundation is to provide advocates, decision makers, and policy makers with evidence to reverse the childhood obesity epidemic.

Award Amount: $100,000-$170,000

Deadline: 7/13/13

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The Safeway Foundation

This foundation supports causes that impact their customers' lives. This includes youth-development organizations, after-school programs and physical education programs.

Award Amount: $2,500-$10,000

Deadline: Rolling

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The Safeway Foundation - Education Grants

The Safeway Foundation supports numerous youth development organizations as well as a wide variety of after-school and physical education programs. They award grants both locally and nationally. Local grants are reviewed biannually and national or multi-regional proposals are reviewed on a quarterly basis. Their top priority areas include hunger relief, education, health and human services, and assisting people with disabilities.

Award Amount: $2,500-$10k

Deadline: Rolling

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The Seattle Foundation

The Seattle Foundation invests in nonprofit organizations located in King County that promote healthy communities.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Vary by funding source

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The Seattle Foundation - Seattle Foundation's Grants

The Seattle Foundation invests in nonprofit organizations located in King County that promote healthy communities. Eligible programs must be from tax-exempt, nonprofit organizations in King County. Please see their website for a complete listing of their available grants and qualifications.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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The Wallace Foundation - Out of School Time Learning Grant

The Wallace Foundation supports programs and projects that research and test new, innovative approaches to Out of School Time programs. Their goals is to increase student enrollment and in-school success for students. The five cities that the Foundation supports include: Boston, Chicago, New York, Providence and Washington, D.C.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Wallace Foundation - Grants

The Wallace Foundation supports programs and projects that research and test new, innovative approaches to Out of School Time programs. Their goals is to increase student enrollment and in-school success for students. The five cities that the Foundation supports include: Boston, Chicago, New York, Providence and Washington, D.C.

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The Wallace Foundation

The main initiatives of the Wallace Foundation include school leadership, after-school, summer and extended learning time, arts education, and audience development for the arts.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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The Wellmark Foundation - MATCH Grant Program

The Wellmark Foundation is a non-profit foundation that seeks to improve the health of Iowans, South Dakotans, and their communities. The Foundation provides support to non-profit organizations and public entities to help local communities establish or expand health initiatives. Funding priorities of the Foundation focus on prevention with these two specific areas: 1) childhood obesity prevention and 2) community-based wellness and prevention. This year, grant awards will be used explicitly as a matching/challenge grant. Submitting a Letter of Interest is required as the first step in the grant application process.

Award Amount: $75k

Deadline: 5/6/14

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Three Rivers Community Foundation - Three Rivers Community Foundation Grants

One unique thing about the Three Rivers Community Foundation is that they promote change, not charity, by funding and encouraging activism among community-based organizations in the southwestern regions. The Foundation focuses on small, grass-roots organizations, youth-led projects, new and innovative program ideas, and coalitions that emphasize joint strategies and projects. Their annual deadline is February 1st.

Award Amount: $500-$4k

Deadline: 2/1/14

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Three Rivers Community Foundation

One unique thing about this foundation is that they promote change, not charity, by funding and encouraging activism among community-based organizations in the southwestern regions.

Award Amount: $500-$4,000

Deadline: 2/1 (annual)

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Truman Heartland Community Foundation

This foundation provides grants to organizations in the Jackson County area that share their passion for improving area communities. Some of the areas they focus on include education, arts and culture, sense of community spirit, health needs, leadership development, programs for seniors, youth development, and violence prevention.

Award Amount: $1,000-$5,000

Deadline: 1st Thursday in April

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Truman Heartland Community Foundation - Community Grants Program

The Truman Heartland Community Foundation provides grants to organizations in the Jackson County area that share their passion for improving area communities. Some of the areas they focus on include education, arts and culture, sense of community spirit, health needs, leadership development, programs for seniors, youth development, and violence prevention. Those eligible to apply must be nonprofit organizations or units of local government or public education serving suburban Jackson County. Letters of Interest are due by the 1st Thursday in April.

Award Amount: $1k-$5k

Deadline: 1st Th in Ap

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United Way of Wester CT - City of Danbury Social Service Grant

United Way of Western CT is currently accepting applications for the 2014-2015 City of Danbury Social Service Grant. The City of Danbury will consider RFPs for the following focus areas: education- helping children, youth and their families achieve their potential; health- promoting health and wellness; income- promoting financial stability and self-sufficiency. The deadling to submit the RFP is March 14, 2014.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/14/14

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US Department of Education - 21st Century Community Learning Centers

The 21st Century Community Learning Center Programs support the creation of community learning centers that provide assistance in academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours for children - especially those that attend high-poverty and low-performing schools. The program helps students meet state and local student standards in core academic subject areas including reading and math. They also support programs that offer students enrichment activities such as recreation and physical activity, literacy and other educational services.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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US Department of Education - Carol M. White Physical Education Program Grant

The Carol M. White Physical Education Program Grant provides grants to school districts and community-based organizations to initiate, expand, and enhance physical education and nutrition programs. This includes after-school programs for children K-12. The grant application has closed for 2013, but you can visit their website to start preparing for their grant applications in 2014.

Award Amount: $100k-$750k

Deadline: TBD

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US Department of Education - Carol M. White Physical Education Program Grant

This program provides grants to school districts and community-based organizations to initiate, expand, or enhance physical education and health programs.

Award Amount: $100,000-$750,000

Deadline: TBD

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US Department of Education - 21st Century Community Learning Centers

This program provides funds for organizations that provide academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours for children. Awards are generally given out in high-poverty or low performing schools.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies by State

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USDA - Farm to School Grant Program- Conference/Events Grant

The purpose of the USDA Farm to School Grant Program is to assist eligible entities in implementing farm to school programs that improve access to local foods in eligible schools. On an annual basis, the USDA awards up to $5 million in competitive grants for training, supporting operations, planning, purchasing equipment, developing school gardens, developiong partnerships, and implementing farm to school programs. Grants will range from $15,000 to $50,000 and applications are due April 2nd, 2014.

Award Amount: $15,000-$50,000

Deadline: 4/2/14

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USDA - Farm to School Grant Program- Planning & Implementation Grants

On an annual basis, USDA awards up to $5 million in competitive grants for training, supporting operations, planning, purchasing equipment, developing school gardens, developing partnerships, and implementing farm to school programs. Planning grants are expected to range from $20,000 - $45,000 and Implementation grants are expected to range from $65,000 - $100,000. For both types of grants, the applicant must provide at least 25 percent of the costs of the grant project. Proposals are due April 30, 2014.

Award Amount: $20k- $100k

Deadline: 4/30/14

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USDA Food and Nutrition Service - HealthierUS School Challenge

The USDA Food and Nutrition Service's HealthierUS School Challenge is a voluntary certification initiative that was established to recognize those schools in the National School Lunch Program that heave successfully created healthier environments at their schools. This includes the promotion of both nutrition and physical activity. Monetary awards will be available for each HealthierUS School Challenge award levels: Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Gold Award of Distinction.

Award Amount: $500-$2000

Deadline: Rolling

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USDA Food and Nutrition Service - HealthierUS School Challenge

This award recognizes voluntary schools that participate in the National School Lunch Program that have created healthier environments through food and physical activity.

Award Amount: $500-$2,000

Deadline: Rolling

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USDA Food and Nutrition Service - 2013 Training Grant

This grant was created with the purpose of enhancing training programs of State agencies that incorporate and implement the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans and USDA foods in meals served within the National School Lunch Program or the Adult Care Food Program.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 6/5/13

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USTA Serves - Grants for At-Risk Youth

USTA Serves awards program grants a year to programs that support at-risk youth and people with disabilities through tennis and educatin programs designed to improve health, build character and strive for academic excellence. Tax-exempt organizations that provide tennis programs for underserved youth ages 5-18 with an educational component are eligible to apply.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 3/14/14

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Vermont Community Foundation

The Vermont Community Foundation works to improve the quality of life for those in Vermont by focusing on community issues and connecting donors to those in need.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Vary by funding source

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Vermont Community Foundation - Vermont Community Foundation Grants

The Vermont Community Foundation works to improve the quality of life for those in Vermont by focusing on community issues and connecting donors to those in need. In 2011 they had over 2,200 different grants awarded that totaled over $16 million. The Foundation was established in 1986 with the sole purpose of being a permanent source of support for the state. With that being said there is a very wide variety of grants available on their website that reflect the needs of multiple organizations around the state.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Varies

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Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth - Y Street Grant Program

The Y Street Grant Program is an award-winning teen volunteer initiative for high school students. The program was launched in 2008 to recruit youth throughout Virginia to be trained as youth activists. Grant recipients will receive a grant as well as be able to tackle important issues of tobacco use and childhood obesity. Those eligible to apply include school-based and community-based organizations located in Virginia that work with high school teens. Early Bird Applications are due by June 30, 2013. Final submissions are due August 31, 2013.

Award Amount: 2000

Deadline: 8/31/14

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Virginia Foundation for Healthy Youth - Y Street Grant Program

The Y Street Grant Program is an award-winning teen volunteer initiative for high school students. Grant recipients will receive a grant as well as be able to tackle important issues of tobacco use and childhood obesity.

Award Amount: $2,000

Deadline: 8/31/13

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W.K. Kellogg Foundation - W.K. Kellogg Foundation Grants

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation supports organizations that embrace a similar mission of creating communities, systems and nations in which all children have an equitable and promising future. Granting funds programs and projects that support children, families, and communities as they strengthen and create conditions that assist children to achieve success and become contributing members in society. Proposals from around the country are accepted, but special focus is placed on Michigan, Mississippi and New Mexico.

Award Amount: $10k-$60k

Deadline: Rolling

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W.K. Kellogg Foundation - W.K. Kellogg Foundation Grants

This foundation supports children, families, and communities that create conditions to help vulnerable children achieve success. This includes promoting healthy foods, physical activities, and improvement of mental health.

Award Amount: $10,000-$600,000

Deadline: Rolling

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Wayne & Gladys Valley Foundation

This foundation makes grants in the areas of education, Catholic organizations and other charities in the East Bay area of California (in specific Alameda and Contra Costa Counties).

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Wayne & Gladys Valley Foundation - Valley Foundation Grants

The Wayne and Gladys Valley Foundation provides grants in the areas of education, Catholic organizations and other charities in the East Bay area of California (in specific Alameda and Contra Costa Counties). Areas of interest include primary and secondary schools, early childhood education, local parks and recreation facilities, and projects serving youth. The Foundation's Board of Directors reviews applications four times per year.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Weaver Foundation - Weaver Foundation

The Weaver Foundation funds agencies and organizations in the greater Greensboro area that are involved it community development and quality of life, education, programs for children and youth, parks, recreation and human rights. The Foundation's interests are broad and the grants are chosen based on the priorities and needs of those organizations previously chosen to support.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Weaver Foundation

The Weaver Foundation funds agencies and organizations in the greater Greensboro area that are involved it community development and quality of life, education, programs for children and youth, parks, recreation and human rights.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Weingart Foundation

The Weingart Foundation provides grants to organizations that improve the capacity of the areas of health, human services, and education to those in Southern California. In particular they assist with low-income youth and other children that are disadvantaged or underserved.

Award Amount: $25,000 and up

Deadline: Rolling

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Weingart Foundation

The purpose of the Weingart Foundation's Small Grant Program is to provide funding and strengthen the capacity of small, community-based organizations that work in the areas of health, human services and education.

Award Amount: $10,000-$25,000

Deadline: 8/20/13

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Weingart Foundation - Small Grant Program

The purpose of the Weingart Foundation's Small Grant Program is to provide funding and strengthen the capacity of small, community-based organizations that work in the areas of health, human services and education. The Foundation considers applications from organizations in the areas of health, human services and education. Highest priority is given to organizations that provide greater access for people who are economically disadvantaged and underserved. In addition, the following locations are also given priority: Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Barbara and Ventura, California.

Award Amount: $25,000+

Deadline: Rolling

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WellPoint Foundation

The WellPoint Foundation assists with organizations that help improve the lives of people and the health of their communities (within the selected states that they grant). They believe that they must put emphasis on healthy behaviors, health-risk prevention, and healthy environments.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 9/13/13

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WellPoint Foundation - WellPoint Foundation Grants

The WellPoint Foundation believes that we must champion healthy behaviors, health-risk prevention and healthy environments. We fund specified public health-related issues that positively affect key health conditions and systems. Eligible organizations include tax exempt organizations with 501( c)(3) status. Cycle One applications are due by Friday, May 9th, 2014. Cycle Two applications are due by Friday, September 12th, 2014.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 5/9, 09/12

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Wells Fargo - Community Grants

Wells Fargo offers grants to organizations that influence others in the focus areas of community development, education and human services. Those eligible to apply include non-profit organizations and educational programs in the Wells Fargo service area. When seeking for an application and creating a proposal you can talk to your local Wells Fargo location to find out more information about their past, present and future donations.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo supports organizations that strengthen our communities. The areas that they support include community development, education, and human services.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Whitehead (Joseph B.) Foundation

The Whitehead Foundation supports a wide variety of services including basic human services and those that benefit youth in the Atlanta area.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/1, 9/1 (annual)

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Whitehead (Joseph B.) Foundation - Whitehead Foundation Grant Program

The Whitehead Foundation supports organizations that provide a variety of basics in the area of human services. In particular, organizations that benefit youth and children in metropolitan Atlanta. In addition, a special focus is given to early childhood development programs. Those wishing to apply must submit an informal inquiry before submitting their proposal.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/1, 9/1

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William Penn Foundation - Children, Youth and Families Program

The mission of the William Penn Foundation is to close the achievement gap for low-income children and ensure that they are provided for in a sustainable environment that allows them to use their creativity and advance the Philadelphia region. The grant hopes to do this through supporting programs that promote better early care and educational systems, more effective and equitable public education policies, and the coordination of quality development opportunities for older youth. The three main areas of focus are school readiness, public education and youth development.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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William Penn Foundation - "Children, Youth and Families Program"

The mission of this organization is to close the achievement gap for low-income children and ensure that they are provided for in a sustainable environment that allows them to use their creativity and advance the Philadelphia region.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: Rolling

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Woodruff (Robert W.) Foundation

The Woodruff Foundation focuses on assisting established organizations in Georgia that support health care, education, human services and even more specifically programs for children and youth.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/1, 9/1

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Woodruff (Robert W.) Foundation - Woodruff Foundation Grant

The Robert W. Woodruff Foundation focuses most of its giving to organizations and programs focused on education, health care and human services (particularly for children and youth). Eligible applicants must be tax-exempt public charities or governmental agencies located in Georgia. The Robert W. Woodruff Foundation shares offices and administrative staff with four other large granting organizations so submitted proposals may be considered by each of those as well. If you are intending to apply to multiple of the granting funds it is not necessary to contact them each individually.

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: 2/1, 9/1

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