|SUBMISSION DEADLINE||CATEGORY||GRANT AMOUNT||DESCRIPTION||GRANTEE
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|7/31/17||Education||$500.00||From Failure to Promise K-12 Educators' Grant
The purpose of this program is to motivate, energize, and catapult K-12 students and youth in reaching their full potential in the subject areas of literacy, math, science, and technology. Funding will assist educators and youth group leaders at schools, libraries, and community-based organizations with creating new and innovative ways to implement the tenets of Dr. Cleamon Moorer's book From Failure to Promise.
|Dr. C. Moorer & Associates, Inc|
|11th||Youth Work||Up to $100,000||Increase job and career readiness for youth ages 14-21.||Community Foundation of Broward|
|11th||Economic Independence||Up to $100,000||Projects we will support must target heads of households before they fall into despair and avoid the spiral into impoverishment, and stabilize the crisis situation using solutions that will advance their economic situation, both short-term and long-term.||Community Foundation of Broward|
|8/11/17||Multiple||$25,000-$200,000||The Walmart Foundation State Giving Program awards grants to nonprofit organizations throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico for the following categories: Hunger Relief supports programs such as food pantries, backpack programs, and SNAP outreach. Community Engagement supports other programs that focus on the unmet needs of underserved low-income populations. Examples of eligible programs include career opportunity, disaster preparedness, education programs, healthcare access, shelters, etc.||The Walmart Foundation|
|8/15/17||Female Focused||$2,000||The Open Meadows Foundation is dedicated to funding projects that are led by and benefit women and girls, particularly those from vulnerable communities. The Foundation supports projects that are designed and implemented by women and girls, reflect the diversity of the community served by the project, promote building community power, and encourage racial, gender, and economic justice. Priority is given to organizations that have limited financial access or have encountered obstacles in their search for funding. The Foundation provides grants of up to $2,000 to nonprofit organizations with annual budgets of $75,000 or less.||The Open Meadows Foundation|
|1st||BFIT||Up to $100,000||Projects we will support must target adults as they are key decision makers and top influencers for younger generations and demonstrate impact in one or more areas: Creating/implementing solutions that lead to major changes, increase active lifestyles in target populations that will decrease chronic diseases, and, create behavioral changes through education and awareness that prevent and reduce obesity.||Community Foundation of Broward|
The purpose of this program is to ease integration into the workplace and social sphere for recently immigrated Americans by providing funding to libraries and other nonprofit organizations for programs designed help new immigrants achieve English literacy and proficiency.
|Vernon Library Supplies, Inc
Contact: Program Staff
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|Multiple||Unspecified||The purpose of this program is to help communities address economic and social challenges and to navigate the complex global economy.||JPMorgan Chase Foundation|
|Multiple||Unspecified||The purpose of this program is to support charitable organizations working to make a lasting difference in the lives of United States armed forces members and their families. Efforts that address mpoverished families and children in underserved communities and support for civic/safety organizations or local community events and organizations that promote inclusion will also be considered.||Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Foundation|
The purpose of this program is to support high-performing alternative education models in anticipation that their successful strategies will become common practice in all schools. The focus of this program is educational reform and supporting academic programs throughout the country that offer families alternatives to underperforming public schools.
|The Louis Calder Foundation|
|Donated Goods||The purpose of this program is to support charitable organizations by providing them with donated goods that they in turn provide to people in need. Awarded goods must be given to the ill, needy, or youth populations that the applicant organization serves, or to assist in the administration of the applicant's projects. Examples of goods are electronics and office items, mattresses, clothing, toys.||Good360|
The purpose of this program is to support and promote the growth of organic and sustainable agriculture. The program will fund projects that include researching, developing, teaching, or promoting organic agriculture.
Contact Program Staff for application
|Multiple||Unspecified||The purpose of this program is to create positive change in the communities where the Carnival brands operate through empowering youth, enhancing education, and strengthening families.||Carnival Foundation|
|Sports and Leadership||$1,000-$5,000||The purpose of this program is to support young people by engaging them in sports-related activities that promote active and healthy lifestyles as well as leadership and growth opportunities.||LIDS Foundation|