|SUBMISSION DEADLINE||CATEGORY||GRANT AMOUNT||DESCRIPTION||GRANTEE
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|22nd||Youth Bereavement Programs||$15,000 - $100,000||The goal of Grief Reach, administered by the National Alliance for Grieving Children with funding from the New York Life Foundation, is to provide support for bereavement programs in order to expand their reach to underserved youth under the age of 25. A total of 50% of the children served must be from low-income families or from minority communities.||National Alliance for Grieving Children: Grief Reach|
|29th||Housing||$100,000 - $200,000||The Foundation has issued a request for proposals, Advancing Health Equity Through Housing, which seeks to identify multi-sector solutions that improve health outcomes by addressing housing stability, affordability, and quality through policy and practice changes. The Foundation plans to support community-led policy and system changes that reduce displacement, segregation, and gentrification; innovative funding strategies that better connect housing and health sectors; and multi-sector partnerships that preserve and increase the supply of stable housing to improve health, well-being, and health equity in low-income communities. The application deadline is May 7, 2019. (Organizations must create an online Fluxx account to apply by April 29, 2019.)||Kresge Foundation: Advancing Health Equity Through Housing|
|30th||Domestic Violence Shelters||$20,000||The Mary Kay Foundation is committed to ending the epidemic of domestic violence by providing grants to women’s shelters throughout the United States. Each year, the Foundation’s Domestic Violence Shelter Grant Program awards grants of $20,000 to at least one domestic violence shelter in every state; remaining funds are distributed based on state population. Applying organizations must offer immediate overnight housing to women and children affected by domestic violence.||The Mary Kay Foundation: Domestic Violence Shelter Grant Program|
|30th||Innovative School Projects||$2,000 - $10,000||The Voya Unsung Heroes program provides grants to K-12 educators nationwide with effective and innovative projects that improve student learning. At least one award will be granted in each of the 50 United States, provided one or more qualified applications are received from each state. All awards must be used to further the projects within the school or school system.||Voya Unsung Heroes|
|1st||Reducing Inequality||$100,000 - $600,000||
The New York City-based William T. Grant Foundation is accepting applications for its Research Grants on Reducing Inequality program.
The program supports high-quality field-initiated studies relevant to policies and practices that affect the lives of young people between the ages of 5 and 25 in the United States. Investigations into various systems, including justice, housing, child welfare, mental health, and education are encouraged. The program seeks research that builds, tests, and increases understanding of approaches to reducing inequality in youth outcomes, especially on the basis of race, ethnicity, economic standing, language minority status, and/or immigrant origins and is also interested in research dedicated to programs, policies, and practices designed to reduce inequality in academic, social, behavioral, and economic outcomes.
|William T. Grant Foundation|
|9th||Various||$5,000 - $15,000||The Fund’s Regular Grants Cycle helps organizations increase their capacity to address a variety of issues including education reform, immigrant rights, voter engagement, economic reform, juvenile justice, healthcare reform, and labor rights.||Southern Partners Fund: Regular Grants Cycle|
|19th||Capacity Building||$10,000 - $20,000||The goal of Grief Reach, administered by the National Alliance for Grieving Children with funding from the New York Life Foundation, is to provide support for bereavement programs in order to expand their reach to underserved youth under the age of 25. One of the prograqms funded is for Capacity Building Grants of $10,000 or $20,000, which help nonprofit organizations to secure the professional assistance necessary to enhance organizational capacity and address issues of organizational development and effectiveness. Applications will be accepted from June 13 through July 19, 2019.||National Alliance for Grieving Children: Grief Reach|
These grants have rolling deadlines
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|$500 - $2,000||The Kars4Kids Small Grant Program provides support to nonprofit organizations that are working to make a difference in the areas of education and youth development.||Kars4Kids Small Grant Program|
|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.
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|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|
|Family Literacy||$2,000-$10,000||The focus of the Foundation is on the development and expansion of new and existing literacy and educational programs.||Wish You Well Foundation|
|HIV/AIDS||$25,000||The Southern HIV Impact Fund, an initiative of AIDS United, provides Southern Action Grants to nonprofit organizations that advance a positive socio-political environment in communities across the U.S. South. Grants of up to $25,000 will support projects that have a social/racial justice framework and related HIV focus, and that advance the rights and well-being of people who face disproportionate structural inequities.||AIDS United: Southern HIV Impact Fund|