Additional Funding and Award Opportunities Listed in Past Issues
Youth Service America Invites Applications for 2011 Global Youth Service Day Lead Agencies
Youth Service America seeks applications for agencies to lead in the April 15-17, 2011, Global Youth Service Day (GYSD). Planning grants of $2,000 will be awarded to local, regional, and statewide organizations across the U.S. (and the Canadian provinces of Alberta, Ontario, or New Brunswick) leading events that involve youth volunteers in community service. Lead Agencies must convene a planning coalition of at least 10 partner organizations that collectively engage at least 600 youth volunteers in service on GYSD, engage local media and elected officials, and plan a high profile signature project or celebration of service. Deadline: July 15, 2010.
CVS Caremark Charitable Trust Offers Grants to Support Children with Disabilities and Uninsured or Underserved People with Healthcare Needs
The CVS Caremark Charitable Trust, the private foundation of CVS Caremark Corporation, will award grants ranging between $10,000 and $50,000 to programs that help build skills and capabilities, and create opportunities for success for children under the age of 21 with disabilities. Applicant programs should address accessibility, inclusion, and awareness building; physical activity; early intervention; and rehabilitative services. Programs that promote wellness and obesity prevention for children of all abilities are also eligible. Deadline: June 15, 2010.
Do Something Invites Young People to Apply for BIC 4 GOOD Community Action Grants
Young people who have created a sustainable community action project, program, or organization that they want to expand are invited to apply for a BIC 4 GOOD Grant. Administered by Do Something, the BIC 4 GOOD Grant program supports established programs and organizations that have impact, proven sustainability, and measurable success. Competitive applicants must be self-driven, unique, and community-oriented. Deadline: June 15, 2010.
2010 Joshua O’Neill & Zeshan Tabani Enrichment Fund
This fund offers financial assistance to young adults with Down syndrome who want to enroll in postsecondary programs or take classes that will help them with employment, independent living, and life skills. To date, over thirty students have received grants from the National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS) to help cover the costs of pursuing their postsecondary education and enrichment goals. Deadline: July 16, 2010.
America's Promise Alliance and ING Foundation Invite Entries for 100 Best Communities for Young People Program
This program honors the hundred American cities and towns whose top priority is keeping children in school and helping end the nation’s dropout crisis through innovative programs that address the everyday challenges facing young people and create better places for them to live and grow. Winning communities receive national recognition and media exposure, as well as financial and logistic support to celebrate their selection at a local event. Deadline: June 1, 2010.
ASCAP Foundation: Grants for Music Education
The ASCAP Foundation, established in 1975, is a publicly supported charitable organization that is tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is dedicated to supporting American music creators and encouraging their development through music education and talent development programs. The average grant is about $2500. Deadline: October 1, 2010.
ASM Materials Education Foundation: Grants for Teachers
The ASM Materials Education Foundation’s mission is to “excite young people in materials, science, and engineering careers.” Members of ASM International visit schools and frequently observe that students are fascinated by materials, but rarely have an opportunity to learn anything about them. To help teachers bring the “real world” of materials science into their classrooms, the ASM Materials Education Foundation is awarding 10 grants of $500 each to teachers, K-12.
Deadline: May 25, 2010.
Best Buy Children's Foundation: @15 Community Grants
Through the @15 Community Grants Program, Best Buy teams across the United States select non-profit organizations that provide positive experiences to help teens excel in school, engage in their communities, and develop leadership skills. Special consideration will be given to programs that serve a diverse population in local or regional communities; build social, academic, leadership, and/or life skills in early adolescents (primarily ages 13-18); show positive results against a demonstrated community need; and reach at-risk children in working families. Applications will be accepted June 1-July 1, 2010.
Campbell’s: Labels for Education
The Campbell's, Inc., Labels for Education Program gives schools free educational equipment in exchange for labels from Campbell products. For more than 30 years, Labels for Education has been awarding free educational equipment to schools in exchange for proofs of purchase from the Campbell family of brands.
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The CVS Caremark Charitable Trust, the private foundation of CVS Caremark Corporation, will award grants from $10,000-$50,000 to programs that help build skills and capabilities, and create opportunities for success for children under the age of 21 with disabilities. Applicant programs should focus on accessibility, inclusion, and awareness building; physical activity; early intervention; and rehabilitative services. Programs that promote wellness and obesity prevention for children of all abilities are also eligible. Deadline: June 15, 2010.
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