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External link Funding Opportunities - Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention has announced several funding opportunities with varying application deadlines.
External link Region IX Funding Focus
This year Region IX’s funding resources during National Women’s Health Week will be focused on physical activity. The regional Office of Women’s Health is prepared to provide pedometers and other support materials to groups that plan to promote physical activity, e.g., a local walk or run, a Walking Club, the WOMAN Challenge, etc. and will pay for copying or duplication of health materials. In order to qualify for funding, events must be registered through the Web site at
External link Maryland Small Grants Program Exit Disclaimer
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation has initiated the Maryland Small Grants Program, for nonprofits seeking general operating grants of up to $50,000 a year for two years. All that’s required is a simple, five-page proposal, and The Weinberg Foundation will quickly review and respond. In most cases it takes only 50 days to go from “Our application is enclosed” to “Your check is in the mail.”
External link Funds available for Senior Programs Exit Disclaimer
Approximately $49,362 in Title III-D funds are available annually for one Health Promotion and Disease Prevention program for seniors who are 60 and older in Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott or Washington County. The funds will be available beginning Feb. 1, 2009 and ending Dec. 31, 2011 with annual renewal based on successful performance and future available funds. Please RSVP to or (651)641-8612. For more information, contact Gaoly Yang at (651)917-4603 or
The Verizon Foundation:Serving the NonProfit Community
The Verizon Foundation looks to forge and maintain partnerships around technology initiatives with local, regional, national and international organizations serving the needs of racial and ethnic communities, people with disabilities, and the economically and socially disadvantaged... The Verizon Foundation Web site also includes grant guidelines, an online grant eligibility quiz and a technology needs assessment section to help nonprofits in applying for grants online, which is the only way applications may be submitted...January 1st through October 31st.
External link Annie E. Casey Foundation Exit Disclaimer
The Annie E. Casey Foundation is a private charitable organization dedicated to helping build better futures for disadvantaged children in the United States. Organizations wishing to make proposals to the Foundation should submit a letter of no more than three typewritten pages outlining their proposal, the goals of the project, the population served, the amount of funds requested, and a brief history of the organization.
External link Public Welfare Foundation Exit Disclaimer
The primary goal of the Public Welfare Foundation is to address human needs in disadvantaged communities. The Foundation's grantmaking strongly emphasizes support for organizations that include service, advocacy, or empowerment in their approach, with particular interest in efforts that combine two or all three of these elements.

Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.

External link Helping Outreach Programs to Expand Grant Program
The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) will provide up to $10,000 in funding to grassroots community- and faith-based victim service organizations and coalitions to improve outreach and services to crime victims, through support of program development, networking, coalition building, and service delivery. Funds may be used to develop program literature, train advocates, produce a newsletter, support victim outreach efforts, and recruit volunteers.

Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.

Department of Health and Human Services
It is part of the much-publicized national movement toward providing government resources to the general public in a more accessible and meaningful manner. The National Institute of Health Grants & Contracts Page is managed by the Office of Extramural Research and includes links to information about NIH grant and fellowship programs as well as information about applying for an NIH grant or fellowship. You can also sign up for an electronic mailing list for the NIH Guide which contains funding announcements...
External linkpdf file Federal Register Notice: Assets For Independence
March 15, June 15, and November 1 [PDF | 191.2 KB]

The Administration for Children and Families, Office of Community Services (OCS) will accept applications for financial assistance to establish and administer Assets for Independence (AFI) Projects. This is a standing announcement. It is effective until canceled or changed by the Office of Community Services.
External link Libri Books for Children Program Exit Disclaimer
The Libri Books for Children Program donates new, quality, hardcover children's books for small, rural public libraries in the United States.

Grants are awarded three times a year. Application deadlines are: (postmarked by) March 15th, July 15th and December 15th.

External link RGK Foundation Grants Exit Disclaimer
RGK Foundation awards grants in the broad areas of Education, Community, and Medicine/Health. The Foundation's primary interests within Education include programs that focus on formal K-12 education (particularly mathematics, science and reading), teacher development, literacy, and higher education. Within Community, the Foundation supports a broad range of human services, community improvement, abuse prevention, and youth development programs. The Foundation's current interests in the area of Medicine/Health include programs that promote the health and well-being of children, programs that promote access to health services, and Foundation-initiated programs focusing on ALS.

Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.

External link Illinois Children's Healthcare Foundation Exit Disclaimer
The Foundation creates funding opportunities for and leads in the development of initiatives that improve the health of all children. It supports organizations that share the values of open collaboration and selfless commitment to this purpose. Funding from the Foundation is awarded in three ways through: a targeted Request for Proposal, flexible and opportunistic Engagement Funding, or through limited Emergency Funding for urgent needs.
Common Counsel Foundation
The Common Counsel Foundation is a consortium of family foundations that will consider all nonprofit community health proposals...
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Invites Proposals for Changes in Health Care Financing Initiative
Rolling Changes in Health Care Financing and Organization ( HCFO ) is an initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation that supports policy analysis, research, evaluation, and demonstration projects... Projects may be initiated from within many disciplines, including health services research, economics, sociology, political science, public policy, public health, public administration, law, and business administration... Funded projects should provide public and private decision makers with usable and timely inforation on healthcare policy and financing issues...
External link Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
The online Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance gives you access to a database of all Federal programs available to State and local governments (including the District of Columbia); federally -recognized Indian tribal governments; Territories (and possessions) of the United States; domestic public, quasi-public, and private profit and nonprofit organizations and institutions; specialized groups; and individuals.

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