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					Shelter/ Housing, Domestic Violence & Support
Funding Source            Office of Violence Against Women (OVW), US Dept of Justice
Program Title             Enhanced Training & Services to End Violence & Abuse of Women Later in Life Program
Weblink                   http://www.ovw.usdoj.gov/docs/enhanced121806.pdf
Description               To support implementation of a comprehensive approach to addressing elder abuse in their communities (age 50 or older)
Eligibility               Governments and tribal oragnizations
Funding Range             Up to $500,000
Timeline                  Feb. 7, 2008
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            Office of Minority Health, Dept of Health & Human Services (HHS)
Program Title             Minority Community Health Partnership HIV/AIDS Demonstration Grant Program
Weblink                   http://www.omhrc.gov/templates/content.aspx?ID=4286

                          To improve the health status relative to HIV/AIDS of targeted minority populations through health promotion and education
                          activities/ to test community-based interventions on reducing HIV/AIDS disparities among racial and ethnic minority populations
Description               and demonstrate the effectiveness of community-based partnerships involving non-traditional partners at the local level
Eligibility               Nonprofits
Funding Range             $150,000 to $200,000 per year
Timeline                  June 19th, 2006
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            US Conference of Mayors (USCM)
Program Title             HIV/AIDS Prevention Program
Weblink                   http://usmayors.org/hivprevention/rfp08.pdf
                          To strengthen local capacities of local health departments and community-based organizations serving at-risk population to
Description               provide effective HIV/AIDS prevention activities
Eligibility               Local health departments, community-based organizations and Native American tribes
Funding Range             6 Grants of approximately $70,000 each
Timeline                  25-Feb-08
Current Programs Funded   Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation, etc.
Funding Source            Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice
Program Title             Gang Resistance Training Grants
Weblink                   www.ojp.usdoj.gov/BJA/grant/07GREATsol.pdf
                          The program is school-based with a law-enforcement officer instructor who is to provide life skills with the intent of nipping in the
Description               bud such activities as delinquency, youth violence and gang membership before they get started.
                          State/County governments, public housing Authorities, federally-recognized Native American tribal gov, independent school
                          districts, special district government, public/state controlled higher ed institutions/The applicant must identify the source of 10%
                          non-federal portion of the budget and how match funds will be used. May satisfy this match requirement with either cash or in-kind
Eligibility               services.
Funding Range             Up to max $150,000 per award
Timeline                  14-Dec-06
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice
Program Title             Prisoner Reentry Initiative Training and Technical Assistance Program
Weblink                   http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/BJA/grant/07PRITTAsol.pdf
                          To prevent reoffending in the community by providing reentry-related training and technical assistanceto state,local and tribal
Description               jurisdictions.
                          For-profit, nonprofit organizations, higher ed institution, consortium with demonstrated experience in prisoner reentry and delivery
Eligibility               of training and technical assistance on a national level
Funding Range             Up to $586,000 for 18 month period
Timeline                  20-Sep-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            US Dept of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Program Title             Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS
Weblink                   http://www.grants.gov/search/search.do?oppId=13003&mode=VIEW
                          To provide States and localities with the resources and incentives to devise long-term comprehensive strategies for meeting the
Description               housing needs of persons with AIDS or related diseases and their families.
                          Competitively awarded grants will be awarded to: (a) States, local governments and nonprofit organizations for special projects of
                          national significance; and (b) projects submitted by States and localities in areas that do not qualify for HOPWA formula
                          allocations. Nonprofit organizations are eligible to apply for projects of national significance, but may also serve as a project
Eligibility               sponsor for other types of grants.
Funding Range             Secretary may use up to $2,000,000 of the funds under this heading for training,oversight,technical assistance
Timeline                  31-May-07
Current Programs Funded   Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation
Funding Source            Office for Victims of Crime, Department of Justice
Program Title             Helping Outreach Program to Expand (HOPE)
Weblink                   http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc/fund/expandingoutreach/welcome.html
                          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
Description               efforts, and recruit volunteers.
                          Grassroots, nonprofit, community- and faith-based victim service organizations and coalitions operating for at least 1 year that
                          have not received federal VOCA victim assistance grant funding and that have an annual operating budget of $50,000 or less may
Eligibility               apply. All applicants must also have a history of serving crime victims.
Funding Range             Up to $10,000




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Timeline                  open (Contingent upon fund availability)
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            Arizona Criminal Justice Commission
Program Title             Crime Victim Assistance Program Grant
Weblink                   http://acjc.state.az.us/victim/VictAsst.asp
                          Existing programs are required to provide a 50 percent match to grant dollars awarded/New programs are required to provide a 25
Description               percent match to grant dollars awarded
Eligibility               Public agency or private non-profit organization
Funding Range             From $8,800 to 30,000
Timeline                  16-Mar-07
Current Programs Funded   Tucson Center for Women and Children, etc
                          http://azcjc.gov/pubs/cvs/FY07_Approved_VA_Grants.pdf
Funding Source            U.S. Department of Labor
Program Title             Homeless Veterans Reintegration Project (HVRP grant)
Weblink                   http://www.dol.gov/vets/grants/Final_VETS_Guide-linked.pdf
                          To provide services to assist in integrating homeless veteran to meaningful employment within the labor force/ to stimulatethe
Description               development of effective service delivery system that will address complex problems facing homeless veteran
Eligibility               State/local workforce reinforcement board, local public agency, private non-profit organizations
Funding Range             $200,000 to 300,000 for urban project/ $125,000 to 200,000 for non-urban project
Timeline                  Not specified
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            Division for Women, Arizona Governor's Office of Children, Youth and Families
Program Title             Rural Domestic Violence and Child Victimization Grant Program
Weblink                   http://www.usdoj.gov/ovw/fiscalyear2006ruralfinaldraft.pdf
                          To support projects that address the needs of rural law enforcement and prosecution agencies, the courts, and nonprofit,
Description               nongovernmental victim services programs that respond to domestic violence, dating violence, and child victimization
Eligibility               States, Indian tribal governments, local governments of rural states, and public and private entities of rural states are eligible
                          $50,000 to $500,000 for local and tribal projects; $50,000 to $900,000 for statewide, multi-jurisdictional, and tribal consortium
Funding Range             projects
Timeline                  12-Jan-06
                          All applicants are required to enter into formal, respectful collaborations with nonprofit, nongovernmental domestic violence victim
                          advocacy programs. Community-based domestic violence victim advocates must be involved in the development and
Restrictions              implementation of the projects.
Current Programs Funded   http://www.usdoj.gov/ovw/rural_grant_desc.htm
                          Travelers Aid Society of Tucson, etc.
Funding Source            In-N-Out Burger grant
Program Title             General Grant (No Title)
Weblink                   http://in-n-out.com/foundation_guidelines.asp
Description               To assist children who have been victims of child abuse, and to prevent others from suffering a similar fate
                          Non-profit organizations/ Non-profit organizations operating within the states of California, Arizona and Nevada can apply for grant
Eligibility               annually
Funding Range             Not Specified
Timeline                  September 1st of each calendar year
Current Programs Funded   Not Specified
Funding Source            US Dept of Housing and Urban Development
Program Title             Hispanic-Serving Institutions Assisting Communities
Weblink                   http://www.grants.gov/search/search.do?mode=VIEW&oppId=12961

                          To assist HSI of higher education expand their role and effectiveness in addressing community development needs in their
                          localities, including neighborhood revitalization, housing and economic development, principally for persons of low-and moderate-
Description               income consistent with the purpose of Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended.
                          Non profit Hispanic-serving institutions that meet the definition of an HSI of higher education established in Title V of the Higher
Eligibility               Education Act of 1965, as amended.
Funding Range             Up to $600,000
Timeline                  23-May-07
Current Programs Funded   http://www.ruralhome.org/manager/uploads/2006SuperNOFA_HSIAC.pdf
Funding Source            US Dept of Housing and Urban Development
Program Title             Section 811 Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities
Weblink                   http://www.grants.gov/search/search.do?mode=VIEW&oppId=12996
Description               HUD provides capital advances and contracts for project rental assistance in accordance with 24 CFR part 891.
Eligibility               Nonprofit organizations with a Section 501(c)(3) tax exemption from the IRS and who meet the threshold requirements contained
Funding Range             in the General Section NOFA and this Program NOFA
                          Not specified
Timeline                  24-May-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            US Dept of Agriculture
Program Title             Rural Housing Service
Weblink                   http://www.rurdev.usda.gov/rd/nofas/2007/E7-7455.pdf
                          To provide low-and low-income homeowners in repairiing and rehabilitating their homes in rural areas; to assist rental property
                          owners and cooperative housing complexes in repairing and rehabilitating their units if they agree to make such units available to
Description               low- and very low-income persons.
Eligibility               State and local governments, nonprofit corporations, federally recognized Indian Tribes, and consortia of eligible entities
Funding Range             Up to $1,000,000
Timeline                  18-Jun-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified




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Funding Source            US Dept of Health and Human Services
Program Title             2007 Prevention of HIV/AIDS in Women Living in the Rural South Program
Weblink                   http://www.grants.gov/search/search.do?oppId=13484&mode=VIEW
Description               The primary purpose of this OWH HIV/AIDS program is to increase HIV prevention knowledge and reduce the risk of contracting
                          Nonprofit community based or faith-based orgs, national org, colleges,universities,clinics,hospitals,state and local government
Eligibility               agencies, tribal government agency, tribal and indian organizations
Funding Range             Up to $100,000
Timeline                  11-Jun-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            Mary Kay Ash Charitable Foundation
Program Title             Grant to shelters for victims of domestic violence
Weblink                   http://fconline.foundationcenter.org/pnd/10007108/mkacf
Description               To eliminate domestic violence and provide funds to worthwhile organizations that aid the victims of domestic violence
Eligibility               Orgs aiding victims of domestic violence
Funding Range             Average $20,000 for around 150 shelters
Timeline                  31-Aug-07
Current Programs Funded   http://www.mkacf.org/Violence/ShelterGrantWinners.aspx
Funding Source            Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Program Title             The Vulnerable Populations Portfolio
Weblink                   http://www.rwjf.org/applications/solicited/cfp.jsp?ID=19480
                          To take a new community-based approaches to health and health care problems that intersect with social factors such as
                          inadequate housing, poor education and poverty; to give immigrants and refugees the tools and support they need to improve and
Description               maintain their own health
Eligibility               Public entities or 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations
Funding Range             Up to $300,000
Timeline                  13-Jul-07
Current Programs Funded   Health Literacy Program; Domestic Violence Program for new immigrants
Funding Source            Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Program Title             Domestic Violence & Runaway & Homeless Youth Collaboration on the Prevention for Adolescent Dating Violence
Weblink                   http://www.acf.hhs.gov/grants/open/Modification_to_EV0103.html
                          To provide organizations the opportunity to design and develop collaborative services to address the intersection of services for
Description               youth by the domestic violence and runaway and homeless youth communities.
                          Non-profits with 501(c)(3) IRS status; Non-profits without 501(c)(3) IRS status;Faith-based and community organizations that meet
Eligibility               the statutory eligibility requirements
Funding Range             Up to $75,000
Timeline                  8-Jun-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            Office on Women's Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Program Title             Intergenerational Approaches to HIV/AIDS Prevention Education with Women Across the Lifespan Pilot Program
Weblink                   http://a257.g.akamaitech.net/7/257/2422/01jan20071800/edocket.access.gpo.gov/2007/E7-8228.htm
                          To develop cross-generational HIV/AIDS prevention education approaches specific to women at risk for or living with HIV/AIDS
                          and other female members of the family 12+ years old , particularly African American, Native American/American Indian,
Description               Hispanic/Latino, and Asian/Pacific Islander women
                          Non profit community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, national organizations, colleges and universities, clinics and
                          hospitals, research institutions, State and local government agencies, tribal government agencies and tribal/urban Indian
Eligibility               organizations
Funding Range             Up to $250,000
Timeline                  2-Jul-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            W.H.O. Foundation
Program Title             Women Helping Others Foundation Grants
Weblink                   http://www.whofoundation.org/WHO_Funding.htm
                          Specific projects and programs addressing health, education and social service needs are the foundation's priority. The foundation
                          recognizes the value of new programs created to respond to changing needs and will consider funding projects of an original or
Description               pioneering nature within an existing organization.
                          An organization must have 501(c)(3) nonprofit status and be qualified to receive deductible charitable contributions. Organizations
Eligibility               must have been incorporated for a minimum of three years prior to application.
Funding Range             Varies
Timeline                  11-Sep-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            Mary Byron Foundation
Program Title             Celebrating Solutions Awards
Weblink                   http://www.marybyronfoundation.org/index.html
Description               To recognize domestic violence programs and select programs that can serve as models for the nation
Eligibility               Nonprofits or government entities
Funding Range             $10,000
Timeline                  5-Oct-07
Current Programs Funded   http://www.marybyronfoundation.org/work_solutions.html
Funding Source            United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona
Program Title             Asset Based Community Development around Family Violence Prevention
Weblink                   http://www.unitedwaytucson.org/pages/familiesdocuments.php
                          To increase number of families and individuals who are safe and free from violence and abuse/ preference will be given to
Description               agencies who target vulnerable communities that have risk factors associated with family violence
Eligibility               Nonprofit agency (providing services within Pima County)




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Funding Range             $30,000
Timeline                  17-Aug-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            Wells Fargo Housing Foundation
Program Title             Homeownership Grant Program
Weblink                   https://www.wellsfargo.com/about/wfhf/programs
Description               To provide financial support for nonprofit housing organizations that help low- to moderate-income families own a home.
                          Nonprofit housing organizations; Foundation does not fund individuals, religious organizations for religious purposes, political
Eligibility               campaigns, or organizations designed primarily for lobbying
Funding Range             $10,000
Timeline                  The first business day of February, of May, and of August
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            R.O.S.E. (Regaining One's Self-Esteem) Fund
Program Title             R.O.S.E. Fund
Weblink                   http://www.rosefund.org/programs/grants.asp
                          To support various programs dedicated to help women who have broken the cycle of domestic violence (Priority goes to
                          organizations possessing a long-term perspective, limited access to funds, high level of professionalism, and great connection
Description               with other organizations in the community.)
Eligibility               501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations
Funding Range             Not specified (Majority of grants are distributed to small orgs with annual budget no greater than $500,000)
Timeline                  31-Oct-07
Current Programs Funded   http://www.rosefund.org/old/826/grants2.asp
Funding Source            Fannie Mae Foundation & Partnership to End Long Term Homelessness
Program Title             Maxwell Awards of Excellence Program
Weblink                   http://www.fanniemaefoundation.org/programs/maxwell_awards.html
                          Seeks to identify, recognize, and showcase the outstanding work of nonprofit organizations in developing and maintaining
Description               affordable housing for homeless individuals and families
Eligibility               Housing nonprofits or for-profits
Funding Range             $75,000 each (Total of 4 awards will be given)
Timeline                  31-Oct-07
Current Programs Funded   http://www.fanniemaefoundation.org/grants/maxwell_awards_2006.html
Funding Source            Verizon Foundation
Program Title             Verizon Domestic Violence Grants
Weblink                   http://foundation.verizon.com/02006.shtml
                          To move women from domestic violence shelters to the workplace, providing the needed tools and support to help them gain
Description               confidence and independence necessary to succeed.
Eligibility               501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations within the U.S.
Funding Range             Varies- the average award ranges between $5,000 and $10,000
Timeline                  30-Nov-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified

Children,Youth & Young Adult Program
Funding Source            Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Program Title             Runaway & Homeless Youth, Administration for Children and Families
Weblink                   http://www.acf.hhs.gov/ebrochure/runaway.htm
                          To establish or strengthen locally controlled community-based programs that address the immediate needs of runaway and
                          homeless youth and their families. Services must be delivered outside of the law enforcement, child welfare, mental health and
Description               juvenile justice systems
Eligibility               Any public or private entity, including faith- and community-based organizations, colleges and universities, States and Federally
Funding Range             recognized Tribes and Tribal organizations
Timeline                  Not specified
Restrictions              Basic Center programs required to provide their services in residential settings for at least 4 youth/no more than 20
Current Programs Funded   Family Counseling Agency, Toll-free National Communications System, etc
Funding Source            Office of Minority Health, HHS
Program Title             Youth Empowerment Demonstration Grant Program
Weblink                   http://www.omhrc.gov/templates/content.aspx?ID=4305
                          To address unhealthy behaviors in at-risk minority youth, and provide them opportunities to learn about more positive lifestyles and
                          enhance their capacity to make informed and healthier life choices/ to test community-based interventions on reducing risky
Description               behaviors among targeted minority youth
                          A multi-partner approach involving institutions of higher education, primary and secondary schools, community organizations and
Eligibility               institutions, and the community at-large.
Funding Range             $200,000 to $250,000 per year
Timeline                  June 15th, 2006
                          Require a multi-partner approach involving institutions of higher education, primary and secondary schools, community
Restrictions              organizations and institutions, and the community at-large.
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Program Title             Linking Adolescents at Risk to Mental Health Services Grant Program (Adolescents at Risk)
Weblink                   http://listsmart.osl.state.or.us/pipermail/yspnetwork/2005-April/000140.html
Description               To evaluate voluntary school-based program focusing on identification&referral of high school youth at risk for suicide
Eligibility               States, Indian tribal governments, and public and private entities
Funding Range             $400,000 in total costs (direct and indirect) per year for up to 3 years.
Timeline                  June 1st, 2006
Restrictions              Grant funds may not be used to pay for direct treatment services




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Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            Indian Health Service, U.S Dept of Health and Human Services
Program Title             Mental Health and Community Safety Initiative for American Indian and Alaska Native Children, Youth and Families
Weblink                   http://www.ihs.gov/NonMedicalPrograms/gogp/HHS-2006-IHS-MHC-0001.asp
                          To implement innovative strategies that focus on mental health, behavioral, substance abuse, and community safety needs of
Description               AI/AN young people and their families who are involved or at risk of involvement with the juvenile justice system
                          Limited to American Indian/Alaska Native grantees who have successfully completed the planning phase under the Mental Health
Eligibility               and Community Safety Initiative Grants.
Funding Range             $125,000 for two grantees and $100,000 for one grantee
Timeline                  September 11th, 2006
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            US Department of Education
Program Title             Elementary School Counseling Program
Weblink                   http://www.ed.gov/programs/elseccounseling/index.html
Description               To estabilish and expand counseling programs in elementary schools
Eligibility               local educational agencies (LEAs)
Funding Range             $250,000 to 400,000
Timeline                  April 10th
Current Programs Funded   Fiscal Yr 2007: Number of new awards-45; Average New awards-$381,537
Funding Source            US Department of Education
Program Title             Special Education--Technical Assistance and Dissemination to Improve Services and Results for Children with Disabilities
Weblink                   http://www.ed.gov/programs/oseptad/index.html
                          To promote academic achievement and improve results for children with disabilities by providing technical assistance, model
                          demonstration projects, dissemination of useful information, and implementation activities that are supported by scientifically
Description               based research.
                          Institutions of Higher Education, Local Education Agencies, Nonprofit Organizations, Other Organizations and/or Agencies, State
Eligibility               Education Agencies
Funding Range             $200,000 to $2,000,000
Timeline                  February 27th, 2006
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            US Department of Education
Program Title             Early Reading First
Weblink                   http://www.ed.gov/programs/earlyreading/index.html
                          To support the development of early childhood centers of excellence that focus on all areas of development, especially on the early
                          language, cognitive, and pre-reading skills that prepare children for continued school success and that serve primarily children
Description               from low-income families.
                          Institutions of Higher Education, Local Education Agencies, Nonprofit Organizations, Other Organizations and/or Agencies, State
                          Education Agencies/Local education agencies (LEAs) eligible for a Reading First subgrant and public or private organizations or
Eligibility               agencies located in a community served by an eligible LEA may apply.
Funding Range             $1,500,000 to $4,500,000
Timeline                  16-May-07
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            National Institute of Literacy
Program Title             Literacy Information & Communication Regional Resource Centers Program
Weblink                   www.nifl.gov
Description               One-to-one mentoring,distane learning, online material to improve adult literacy skills
                          Public or private agencies or institutions, or nonprofit organizations with expertise in adult education or literacy, or consortia of such
Eligibility               agencies
Funding Range             $200,000
Timeline                  September 5th
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            Barbara Bush Foundation
Program Title             Literacy Grants
Weblink                   http://www.barbarabushfoundation.com/
Description               Developing family literacy efforts nationwide/support development of literacy programs which build families of readers
                          Private non-profit and public organizations including libraries, correctional institutions, universities, housing projects, and public
Eligibility               schools
Funding Range             Between $50,000 and $65,000
Timeline                  7-Sep-07
Restrictions              Not Specified
Current Programs Funded   10 programs funded in year 2005 (http://www.barbarabushfoundation.com/nga.html)
Funding Source            Ittleson Foundation
Program Title             AIDS Grants Program
Weblink                   www.ittlesonfoundation.org/guides.html
Description               School-based sex education/psycho-social needs of adolescents infected or affected by AIDS
Eligibility               Nonprofits
Funding Range             $15,000 to 50,000
Timeline                  April 1st/ September 1st
Current Programs Funded   http://www.ittlesonfoundation.org/agrants.html
Funding Source            Youth Service America/U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Program Title             YouthRising Grant Program
Weblink                   www.YSA.org/awards or http://www.grantsalert.com/grants.cfm?id=4&gid=3325
Description                To engage high risk and/or gang-involved youth in volunteer service




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                          Community-based groups/organizations, local government agencies, schools, and faith-based groups that have prior experience
Eligibility               and documented success working directly with high-risk and/or gang-involved youth ages 12-25
Funding Range             $2,000
Timeline                  October 12th, 2006
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            Hasbro Children's Foundation
Program Title             Grantmaking program
Weblink                   http://www.hasbro.org/default.cfm?page=grantmakingregional
Description               To improve the emotional,mental, and physical health of disadvantaged children up to 12 yrs old
Eligibility               Nonprofits
Funding Range             Up to $35,000
Timeline                  Rolling
Current Programs Funded   America’s Second Harvest,Association of Hole in the Wall Camps,Big Apple Circus,etc
Funding Source            Jostens Foundation
Program Title             Community Grants
Weblink                   http://www.jostens.com/company/community/
                          To make a support to organizations that enhance the lives of youth and promote educational opportunities that significantly and
Description               positively impact children from birth through college
Eligibility               Nonprofit organizations with 501 (c) (3) Internal Revenue Service tax-exempt code are eligible
Funding Range             $500-$10,000
Timeline                  Q1 - March 7/ Q2 - June 6/ Q3 - September 5/ Q4 - December 5
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            Ronald McDonald House
Program Title             The Ronal McDonald House Charities Program
Weblink                   http://rmhc.org/rmhc/index/grants/apply.html
Description               To provide financial support to organizations that have a specific program related to children's health and well-being
Eligibility               501(c)(3) organizations with broad base of funding support
Funding Range             Not spcecified
Timeline                  August 31st, 2007
Current Programs Funded   http://rmhc.org/rmhc/index/grants/awarded.html
Funding Source            Cardinals Charity
Program Title             Arizona Cardinals Charities Fund
Weblink                   http://www.azcardinals.com/community/charities.php
Description               To improve the quality of life and enhance opportunities for children,women,and minorities in the state of Arizona
Eligibility               Nonprofit organizations/At least 75 percent of funding must be spent in Arizona
Funding Range             Up to $5,000
Timeline                  1-Aug-07
Current Programs Funded   Traveler's Aid Society of Tucson/Assistance league of Tucson/Boys&Girls Club of Tucson, etc
Funding Source            Sundt Foundation
Program Title             General Funding
Weblink                   http://www.sundt.com/who/foundation.jsp
Description               To provide assistance for children's issue or community improvement
Eligibility               Nonprofit Organizations/Children's issue or community improvement are only supported
Funding Range             Between $1,000 to $10,000
Timeline                  Not specified
Current Programs Funded   http://www.sundt.com/who/grantlist.pdf
Funding Source            Every Voice in Action Foundation
Program Title             Every Voice in Action Youth Voice Grant Round
Weblink                   http://www.everyvoicefoundation.org/feature.php?a_id=20
                          To offer support to programs in Tucson/Pima County that further organization's vision of having the skills, opportunities and
                          support necessary for authentic voice readily available to all young people. In particular, Every Voice in Action is interested in
Description               supporting Youth as Resources, Youth Activism and Youth Media programs.
Eligibility               501(c)(3)organizations in Tucson and Pima County
Funding Range             up to $20,000 (usually between $10,000 and 20,000)
Timeline                  31-May-07
Current Programs Funded   Not Specified
Funding Source            HSBC in the Community (USA) Inc.
Program Title             Education Grant
Weblink                   http://www.hsbcusa.com/corporateresponsibility/contributions_grants/application_guidelines.html
                          To provide assistance to K-12 public schools, post-secondary institutions, adult education such as library programs and welfare to
Description               work programs
Eligibility               Nonprofits, public schools, school districts, other government agencies
Funding Range             Not specified
Timeline                  Rolling basis
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            The Employment and Training Administration (ETA), U.S. Department of Labor*
Program Title             Workforce Investment Act-Small Grassroots Organizations Connecting with the One-Stop Delivery System
Weblink                   http://www.grants.gov/search/search.do?mode=VIEW&oppId=13393
                          DOL announces the availability of $3,000,000 in grant funds for eligible “grassroots” organizations with the ability to connect to the
Description               local One-Stop Delivery System
                          Grassroots organizations: Hold 501(c)(3) status ; Have social services as a major part of their mission; Headquartered in the local
Eligibility               community to which they provide these services; Have a social services budget of $500,000 or less.




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Funding Range             $75,000
Timeline                  8-May-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families
Program Title             Compassion Capital Fund Targeted Capacity Building Program
Weblink                   http://www.acf.hhs.gov/grants/open/HHS-2007-ACF-OCS-IJ-0036.html
                          To help build the capacity of faith-based and community organizations that address the needs of distressed communities.The
                          Targeted Capacity Building Program will focus on capacity building among organizations addressing the following programmatic
                          service areas: help for at-risk youth; help for the homeless; marriage education and preparation services to help couples who
                          choose marriage for themselves develop the skills and knowledge to form and sustain healthy marriages; or social services to
Description               those living in rural communities.
                                   Indian/Native American Tribal governments,Indian/Native American Tribal organizations, Non-profits with/without 501(c)(3)
Eligibility                        IRS status,Others (Detail listed in the website)
Funding Range             $50,000 per project period
Timeline                  4/10/2007
                          These grassroots organizations must use the funds in one of the four social service priority areas of need (e.g., at-risk youth,
                          homelessness, healthy marriage, or rural communities) toward their organization's capacity building in at least one of five critical
                          areas of capacity building: 1) leadership development, 2) organizational development, 3) program development, 4) revenue
Restrictions              development strategies, and 5) community engagement.
Current Programs Funded   Not Specified
Funding Source            Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Program Title             Street Outreach Program
Weblink                   http://www.grants.gov/search/search.do?mode=VIEW&oppId=13395
Description               To help young people leave the streets and assist in moving and adjusting to a safe and appropriate living arrangement
                          Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education
                          Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education
Eligibility               Faith-based and community organizations
Funding Range             $200,000
Timeline                  4-Jun-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, US Department of Education
Program Title             Recreational Programs
Weblink                   http://www.ed.gov/legislation/FedRegister/announcements/2007-1/032307f.html

                          To provide individuals with disabilities with recreational activities and related experiences to aid in their employment, mobility,
Description               socialization, independence, and community integration.
Eligibility               States, public agencies, and nonprofit private organizations.
Funding Range             $130,000-$140,000
Timeline                  22-May-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            Staples Foundation
Program Title             Staples Foundation for Learning Educational Funding
Weblink                   http://www.staplesfoundation.org/foundapplication.html
                          To provide funding to programs that support or provide job skills and/or education for all people, with a special emphasis on
Description               disadvantaged youth.
                          Nonprofit tax-exempt classification under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; Align with Staples Foundation for Learning's
Eligibility               mission and give focus on job skills and education
Funding Range             $5,000- $25,000
Timeline                  Auguest 3, 2007 (& Dec 7, 2007 & April 2008)
Current Programs Funded   http://www.staplesfoundation.org/foundrecipients_2006.html
Funding Source            RGK Foundation
Program Title             Grant program
Weblink                   http://www.rgkfoundation.org/guidelines.php

Description               To support a broad range of human services, community improvement, abuse prevention, and youth development programs,etc.
Eligibility               Nonprofit organizations; Hospitals, educational institutions, and governmental institutions
Funding Range             Average under $25,000

Timeline                  There is no deadline for submitting an electronic Letter of Inquiry; Grants Committee meetings (March 2, June 1, October 5, 2007)
Current Programs Funded   http://www.rgkfoundation.org/grants.php
Funding Source            The Corporation for National and Community Service
Program Title             Volunteer Management Grant
Weblink                   http://www.nationalservice.gov/for_organizations/funding/nofa_detail.asp?tbl_nofa_id=50

Description               To support nonprofits in systemically addressing the challenges that lead to poor volunteer retention and limited use of volunteers.
Eligibility               Nonprofit Orgs; There is a 50% required in-kind or cash match for this grant
Funding Range             Between $50,000 and $200,000
Timeline                  6-Sep-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            Janus Foundation
Program Title             Grant program
Weblink                   https://ww3.janus.com/Janus/Retail/StaticPage?jsp=jsp/Janushome/JanusFoundation.jsp&WT.mc_id=6015
Description               To provide assistance for at-risk youth through education; promote community service and volunteerism
Eligibility               Nonprofit organizations




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Funding Range             Any funding request above $10,000 is subject to site visit by grant selection committee or other authorized personnel
Timeline                  31-Aug-07
Current Programs Funded   https://ww3.janus.com/Janus/Retail/StaticPage?jsp=jsp/Janushome/JanusFoundation.jsp&WT.mc_id=6015
Funding Source            MAC AIDS Fund
Program Title             Grant program
Weblink                   http://www.macaidsfund.org/support/givingguidelines.html
                          To support programs aiding men, women and children impacted by HIV/AIDS (Focus areas: Establishing link between poverty and
Description               AIDS; pinpointing models of care; ensuring treatment; and strengthening prevention programs)
Eligibility               501(c)(3) organizations directly related to AIDS/HIV
Funding Range             Between $5,000 and $25,000
Timeline                  Grant application accepted year-round; Reviewed and awarded quarterly
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            ELA Foundation
Program Title             Program grant
Weblink                   http://www.ela.org/grants/grants.html
Description               To fund arts and advocacy programs led by or supporting adults with disabilities
                          established programs in the areas of arts and advocacy to nonprofit US 501(c)(3) organizations, which are led by or support adults
Eligibility               with disabilities who are 22 or older
Funding Range             Between $1,000 and $5,000
Timeline                  15-Sep-07
Current Programs Funded   http://www.ela.org/grants/grants_grantees.html
Funding Source            Dollar General
Program Title             Youth Literacy Grant Program
                          http://www.dollargeneral.com/community/communityinvestments.aspx?Category=Community&SubCategory=Grant%20Programs#
Weblink                   YouthLiteracy
                          To help with the implementation or expansion of literacy programs for new readers, below grade level readers and readers with
Description               learning disabilities
                          Local schools, public libraries and nonprofit organizations/ Must be located in Dollar General's 35-state operating territory and must
Eligibility               be within 20 miles of the nearest Dollar General Store
Funding Range             $30,000 Maximum
Timeline                  October 5, 2007; February 5, 2008
Current Programs Funded   http://www.dollargeneral.com/community/youth%20literacy%203-29-07.pdf
Funding Source            NFL-LISC
Program Title             NFL Youth Football Fund Grassroots Program
Weblink                   http://www.nflhs.com/NFLPrograms/YouthFund/HowWeHelp_01182002_sim.asp
                          Provides financial and technical assistance to improve the quality, safety, and accessibility of local football fields; The NFL
                          Grassroots Program is intended not only to respond to the immediate shortage of play fields, but also to build an infrastructure,
Description               through partnerships and resident involvement, to help sustain open spaces for community use.
                          Project must be supported by community-based nonprofit organizations or middle or high schools; Should be located in NFL target
Eligibility               market and serve low to moderate income in those target areas.
Funding Range             Maximum of $200,000 for capital improvement project
Timeline                  30-Nov-07
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            Prudential Financial
Program Title             Social Investment Program
Weblink                   http://www.prudential.com/view/page/public/12848
                          Provides support for the socially responsible investments in the primary areas of economic development and education;
                          Secondary categories include affordable housing, community revitalization, minority entrepreneurship, and community services.
                          Targets investments that provide the greatest social impact for individuals as well as communities where Prudential has its most
Description               significant business presence.
Eligibility               Nonprofit Organizations
Funding Range             Not Specified (Annually, an average of $50 million of new social investments are authorized for Prudential)
Timeline                  Rolling basis
Current Programs Funded   http://www.prudential.com/media/managed/Social_Grants.pdf
Funding Source            Nike, Inc.
Program Title             Bowerman Track Renovation Program
Weblink                   http://www.nike.com/nikebiz/nikebiz.jhtml?page=26&item=bowerman
                          Provides matching cash grants to community-based, youth-oriented organizations that seek to refurbish or construct running
Description               tracks.
Eligibility               Youth-oriented nonprofit organizations
Funding Range             Approximately $200,000 in matching grants each year; Provides matching funds of up to $50,000 to youth-oriented nonprofit
Timeline                  Ongoing basis through May 31, 2009
Current Programs Funded   http://www.nike.com/nikebiz/nikebiz.jhtml?page=26&item=grant
Funding Source            Staples Foundation for Learning
Program Title             Staples Foundation Job Skills and Education Grants
Weblink                   http://www.staplesfoundation.org/foundapplication.html
                          Provides funding to programs that support or provide job skills and/or education for all people, with a special emphasis on
Description               disadvantaged youth.
Eligibility               Nonprofit, tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code that focus on job skills and education
Funding Range             Between $5,000 and $25,000
Timeline                  Three times a year; Check the grant website for specific dates
Current Programs Funded   http://www.staplesfoundation.org/foundrecipients_2007.html
Funding Source            Tommy Hilfiger Corporate Foundation
Program Title             Grant program




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Weblink                   http://www.tommy.com/opencms/opencms/corporate/foundation/aboutthefoundation.html/
                          To promote educational opportunities for diverse populations in the U.S. / Must target K-12 and college students; expose students
                          to career opportunities; help students develop skills in new technologies; leverage teacher/administrator, parental, and community
                          involvement; include hands-on program activities; lead to comprehensive, systemic change on a regional and/or national basis;
                          involve collaborative partnerships; demonstrate capacity to gain continuing support; result in dissemination and replication of
                          lessons learned; have broad and positive impact on diverse populations including women, minorities, and at-risk students; and
Description               have an evaluation component with measurable results.
Eligibility               All types of education and healthcare prorgrams run by 501 ( c ) 3 organizations are eligible to apply.
Funding Range             Between $10,000 and $25,000
Timeline                  October 1, 2007 & April 1, 2008
Current Programs Funded   http://www.tommy.com/opencms/opencms/corporate/foundation/recipients.html/
Funding Source            US Dept of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention and Youth Service America
Program Title             Youth at the Center Grant
Weblink                   http://ysa.org/AwardsGrants/tabid/58/Default.aspx

                          To help organizations that have had a successful youth engagement experience to replicate effective practices to organizations in
                          a broader network or coalition without a youth strategy. Successful applicants will involve youth in addressing the world’s most
Description               pressing social issues, such as climate change, hunger, disease, nutrition, literacy, disaster relief, poverty, and more.
Eligibility               Local, state, or national organizations based in U.S.
Funding Range             $2,000
Timeline                  30-Nov-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            American Association of University Women (AAUW)
Program Title             Community Action Grants
Weblink                   http://www.aauw.org/education/fga/fellowships_grants/community_action.cfm
                          To provide seed money to individual women, AAUW branches, and AAUW state organizations, as well as local community-based
                          nonprofit organizations for innovative programs or research projects which promote education and equity for women and girls.
Description               Grant projects should have a direct impact and should take place within US or its territories.
Eligibility               Local community-based and nonprofit organizations; Individuals either US Citizens or permanent residents
Funding Range             One-year grants ($2,000-$7,000 over one year); Two year grants ($5,000-$10,000 over two years)
Timeline                  15-Jan-08
Current Programs Funded   http://www.aauw.org/education/community_programs/scp_database.cfm
Funding Source            Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Southern Arizona Chapter
Program Title             Youth in Philanthropy (Year 2007's topic is related to Immigration)
Weblink                   http://www.afpnet.org/ka/ka-3.cfm?content_item_id=7187&folder_id=1926
                          To help young people to understand the value of philanthropy for own community and provide them with an opportunity raise
Description               money for a charity
Eligibility               Charitable Organizations
Funding Range             $800 - $2,000
Timeline                  27-Nov-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            Foundation for Financial Literacy
Program Title             Grant program
Weblink                   http://www.ffliteracy.org/
                          To support educational,charitable,religious, and scientific programs and organizations that utilize financial education in order to
Description               promote financial literacy
                          Any group or organization in any country whose primary area of interest is providing financial education and literacy programs for
                          any or all age groups; special consideration will be given to proposals that address underserved populations of children or
Eligibility               women's groups
Funding Range             Award amounts vary
Timeline                  27-Dec-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            Center for Disease Control & Prevention, US Dept of Health and Human Services
Program Title             Youth Violence Prevention through Community Level Change
Weblink                   http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-CE-08-001.html
                          To assess effectiveness of interventions designed to change community characteristics and social processes to reduce rates of
Description               youth violence perpetration and victimzation
Eligibility               For-profits, nonprofits, tribal organizations and governments
Funding Range             $500,000
Timeline                  5-Feb-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            US Dept of Health and Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration
Program Title             National Oral Health Policy Center
Weblink                   http://www.hrsa.gov/grants/
                          To provide an opportunity to explore critical health policy issues around access to comprehensive oral health services for children
                          and their families; special emphasis on policy issues pertaining to underserved and vulnerable populations (Children, minority and
Description               poor population)
Eligibility               Public/private nonprofits
Funding Range             $325,000 for one grant
Timeline                  4-Feb-08
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            Libri Foundation
Program Title             Books for Children
Weblink                   http://www.librifoundation.org/apps.html




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Description               To provide hard cover children's book donation for small, rural public libraries across the country
                          Libraries should serve a population under 10,000 and be in a rural area, have a limited operating budget, and an active children's
Eligibility               department.
Funding Range             Not specified; Since 1990, book donation has been made to more than 1,600 libraries in 48 states.
Timeline                  Jan 15; April 15; Aug 15
Current Programs Funded   http://www.librifoundation.org/libs.html
Funding Source            Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Program Title             Special Improvement Project
Weblink                   http://www.acf.hhs.gov/grants/open/HHS-2008-ACF-OCSE-FI-0005.html
                          To support innovative projects which promotes basic thems of the national strategic plan in that child support should be a reliable
                          source of income for families (Priority is given to the partnership with entities such as courts and tribunals and faith-based
                          community organizations which have the ability to address the needs of disadvantaged populations such as low-income and
Description               culturally diverse populations)
Eligibility               Public & private nonprofits
Funding Range             $200,000 for 2 awards
Timeline                  4-Mar-08
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            The American Legion Welfare Foundation (ALWF)
Program Title             Grant program
Weblink                   http://www.legion.org/cwf/
                          To support nonprofits for projects that improve child welfare by disseminating model program information (Grants must have
Description               potential of helping American children in a large geographic area, more than one state)
Eligibility               Nonprofit organizations with 501 (c) (3) Internal Revenue Service tax-exempt code are eligible
Funding Range             Between $1,500 and $70,000 (average about $32,000)
Timeline                  15-Jul-08
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            National Cristina Foundation (NCF)
Program Title             Grant program
Weblink                   http://www.cristina.org/

                          To provide used computer equipment to U.S. nonprofits, schools and public agencies (Applicants must offer programs to train
Description               people with disabilities students at risk and economically disadvantaged persons to lead more independent and productive lives)
Eligibility               School and public agency working within the U.S
Funding Range             Computer equipment (for purposes related to training, job development and educational programs)
Timeline                  Rolling basis
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities
Program Title             Coming Up Taller Awards
Weblink                   http://www.cominguptaller.org/downloads/2008CUTNominationApplication.pdf
Description               Given annually to established after-school and out-of-school arts and humanities programs on underserved children and youth.
Eligibility               Nonprofits, tribes and state/local governments
Funding Range             $10,000 grants plus invitation to attend the annual Coming Up Taller Leadership Enhancement Conference
Timeline                  31-Jan-08
Current Programs Funded   http://www.cominguptaller.org/downloads/CUT2006_brochure.pdf

Emergency Food & Clothing
Funding Source            MAZON Foundation
Program Title              Emergency/Direct Food Assistance grants
Weblink                   http://www.mazon.org/What%5FWe%5FFund/Funding%5FGuidelines/Emergency%5FFood%5FAssistance/
                          To provide general support or project funding for programs working to alleviate the immediate effects of hunger experienced by low-
                          income people who are often forced to make a difficult decision between paying for rent, utilities and medical expenses and putting
                          food on the table.These programs include food pantries, soup kitchens, and congregate/home-delivered meals programs serving
Description               frail seniors and other at-risk populations.
Eligibility               Hunger-relief organizations
Funding Range             $5,000-$15,000
Timeline                  January 15 for the Spring Grant Cycle/July 15 for the Fall Grant Cycle
Restrictions              Applicants requesting funds to purchase food or equipment must receive permission from MAZON prior to applying
Current Programs Funded   Jewish Family & Children's Service of Southern Arizona (Spring 2006), etc
Funding Source            World Hunger & the Harry Cahpin Foundation
Program Title             The Harry Chapin Self-Reliance Awards
Weblink                   http://www.worldhungeryear.org/comm_conn/hcsra.asp
                          To provide assistance for nonprofits working to improve underserved people's life through job training in addition to emergency
Description               food and shelter, and ultimately enrich the community
Eligibility               Community based nonprofit organizations
Funding Range             Up to $5,000
Timeline                  15-Jun-07
Restrictions              Awards don't go to organizations only providing emergency services
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            Food and Nutrition Service (FNS), USDA (US Department of Agriculture)
Program Title             Food Stamp Program Outreach Grant
Weblink                   http://www.fns.usda.gov/fsp/outreach/grants/2008/default.htm
                          To implement and learn more about effective strategies to inform and educate potentially eligible low income seniors and Hispanic
Description               persons who are not currently participating in Food Stamp Program




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                           Public organizations; Private, non-profit organizations (Area agency on Aging, Senior Centers, Local agencies of Hispanic
Eligibility                associations, Faith-based organizations, Community-based organizations, and Public health clinics, etc.)
Funding Range              Maximum of $75,000
Timeline                   19-Feb-08
Restrictions               Detail found in the grant website
Current Programs Funded    Not specified
Funding Source             Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Program Title              Domestic Hunger Grant Program
Weblink                    http://www.elca.org/grantinghope/introduction/
                           Provides assistance to fight hunger throughout the US; Support is provided for relief with focus on food, shelter, clothing, medical
                           supplies and care to meet basic human needs; sustainable development; community organizing and education and advocacy
Description                efforts addressing elimination of hunger and poverty
Eligibility                Nonprofit organizations
Funding Range              Not specified
Timeline                   11-Jul-08
                           Prioirity will be given to projects focusing on meeting basic needs of people with the least resources and women and children living
Restrictions               in poverty.
Current Programs Funded    Empowering Youth for a Hunger Connection (Grand Canyon Synod), The Clothes Silo/Job Training and Mentoring (WHEAT)
Funding Source             CSREES, US Dept of Agriculture
Program Title              Community Food Projects Competitive Grant
Weblink                    http://www.csrees.usda.gov/fo/fundview.cfm?fonum=1080

                           To support development of self-sustaining community food project;suppport Training and Technical Assistance on a nationwide or
                           regional basis to entities interested in developing new Community Food Projects or assisting current grantees; support Planning
Description                Projects to assess the food security needs and plan long-term solutions to help ensure food security in communities
Eligibility                Only private, nonprofit entities meeting specific requirements as listed in the Request for Applications
Funding Range              $10,000 - $300,000
Timeline                   Letter of Intent Due date: January 10, 2008; Full proposal due date: February 25, 2008
Restrictions               Dollar for dollar matching required
Current Programs Funded    Not specified

Elderly Support Services
Funding Source             Adminitration on Aging/ Department of Health and Human Services
                           Empowering Older People to Take More Control of Their Health Through Evidence-Based Prevention Programs: A Public/Private
Program Title              Collaboration
Weblink                    http://www.aoa.gov/doingbus/fundopp/announcements/2006/Attachment_1399.doc
                           To provide competitive grants in the form of cooperative agreements to states, as part of a public/private collaboration with the
                           Atlantic Philanthropies, to empower older people to take more control over their own health through lifestyle changes that have
Description                proven effective in reducing the risk of disease and disability among the elderly

                           State Aging Agencies and State Health Departments may apply for these grants. Only one application may be submitted by a
Eligibility                State. Whichever State agency applies, the proposal must reflect the full commitment and cooperation of the other State agency.
                           12 cooperative agreements totaling up to $300,000 per project for each year for a three year period, subject to the availability of
Funding Range              funds. A 25% match will be required.
Timeline                   August 31st, 2006
                           Not less than 75% of the federal funds from this grant must be allocated to community-based aging services provider
Restrictions               organizations to support the delivery of the evidence-based programming to older adults
Current Programs Funded    Refer to the website
Funding Source             CVS/pharmacy
Program Title              CVS/pharmacy Community Grants
Weblink                    http://www.cvs.com/corpInfo/community/community_grants.html
                           Programs targeting children under age 18 with disabilities, especially 1)Health and rehabilitation services 2)Public schools
                           promoting a greater level of inclusion in student activities and extracurricular programs 3)Creating opportunities or facilities which
Description                give greater access to physical movement and play OR Healthcare services for uninsured people
Eligibility                Non-profit organizations
Funding Range              Not specified
Timeline                   Between January and October
Current Programs Funded    Refer to the website
Funding Source             Fred W. Stang Foundation
Program Title              General Grant
Weblink                    http://www.fredwstang.org/apply.html

Description                Interested in Programs for children and youth; programs for underserved youth; programs for families; programs for the elderly

Eligibility                Non-profit established organizations with 501(c)(3) status that support communities in the Southwest, particularly southern AZ.
Funding Range              $5,000 - $24,000
Timeline                   October 31st
Restrictions               Applicants must be Arizona based and commit to spend any grant proceeds within Arizona. Favors smaller groups
Current Programs Funded    Aviva's Children's Services/Family Counseling Agency/Funhouse Movement Theatre/Tucson Botanical Gardens
Funding Source             US Department of Housing and Urban Development
Program Title              Resident Opportunity and Supportive Services - Elderly and Persons with Disabilities
Weblink                    http://www.hud.gov/offices/adm/grants/nofa07/grpross.cfm#elderly




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                          To provide grants to public housing agencies/tribes/TDHEs, RAs and nonprofit organizations (including grassroots, faith-based
                          and other community based organizations) for the delivery and coordination of supportive services and other activities designed to
Description               help improve the living conditions of public and indian housing residents.
Eligibility               Public Housing Authories, Tribes, Tribally-Designated Housing entities, Resident Associations and nonprofit entities.
Funding Range             Not specified
Timeline                  19-Jul-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            US Department of Housing and Urban Development
Program Title             Assisted Living Conversion Program
Weblink                   http://www.grants.gov/search/search.do?mode=VIEW&oppId=12992
                          To provide grants for the conversion of some or all of the dwelling units in an eligible project into assisted living facilities for frail
Description               elderly persons
                          Only private nonprofit owners of eligible multifamily assisted housing developments specified in section 683(2)(B),(C), (D), (E), (F)
                          and (G) of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1992 may apply for an ALCP grant. A private nonprofit of a
Eligibility               unused/underutilized commercial property is also eligible.
Funding Range             Not specified
Timeline                  7-Jun-07
Restrictions              The facility must be licensed and regulated by the State
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            US Department of Housing and Urban Development
Program Title             ROSS Elderly Persons with Disabilities
Weblink                   http://www.grants.gov/search/search.do?mode=VIEW&oppId=13016
Description               To provide supportive services that help elderly and disabled public housing residents
Eligibility               Public Housing Authories, Tribes, Tribally-Designated Housing entities, Resident Associations and nonprofit entities.
Funding Range             $100,000-400,000 (funding size varies)
Timeline                  10-Aug-07
Current Programs Funded   2006 Arizona State Receipient- Lutheran Social Ministry of the Southwest $375,000
Funding Source            Administration on Aging, US Department of Health and Human Services
Program Title             Pension Counseling & Information Projects
Weblink                   http://aoa.gov/doingbus/fundopp/announcements/2007/Pension%20Counseling%20Projects%20PA.doc
                          Grantees provide assistance to individuals to understand & exercise their pension rights. The Focus is on multi-state, regional
                          projects to ensure programs for seniors nationwide.The program aims to protect financial security in retirement and promote
Description               increased choice and greater independence among older adults.
                          Public or private and non-profit entities including state, local and Indian tribal governments, faith-based organizations, community-
                          based organizations, hospitals, and institutions of higher education, with a proven record of advising and representing individuals
                          who have been denied employer or union-sponsored pensions or other retirement savings plan benefits, and which have the
Eligibility               capacity to deliver services on a regional basis.
Funding Range             $787,500 for 5 awards
Timeline                  20-Jul-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            American Bar Association (ABA)
Program Title             Partnerships in Law and Aging Grants
Weblink                   http://www.abanet.org/aging/partnershipandgrants/home.shtml
                          To encourage new, collaborative, community-based projects to enhance the legal awareness of older persons and to improve their
Description               access to the legal system
Eligibility               Contact ABA in December 2007 for 2008 grants details
Funding Range             Not specified
Timeline                  Contact ABA in December 2007 for 2008 grants details
Current Programs Funded   http://www.abanet.org/aging/docs/2007_Partnerships_in_Law_and_Aging_Program_Awards.pdf

Parenting/ Family Support Services
Funding Source            National Institute of Health
Program Title             Parenting Capacities and Health Outcomes in Youths and Adolescents
Weblink                   http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-06-097.html
                          To support for research on increasing parenting skills and capacities of parents and caregivers to improve health outcome of their
Description               young and adolescent children
Eligibility               http://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/submissionschedule.htm
Funding Range             $200,000
Timeline                  December 15th, 2006
Funding Source            RGK Foundation
Program Title             Education, Community, and Medicine/Health Grants program
Weblink                   http://www.rgkfoundation.org/guidelines.php
Description               RGK Foundation awards grants in the broad areas of Education, Community, and Medicine/Health
                          Nonprofit organizations certified as tax exempt under Sections 501(c)(3) or 170(c) of the Internal Revenue Code and are classified
Eligibility               as "not a private foundation" under Section 509(a)
Funding Range             Under $25,000
                          Rolling; Applicants should not submit a formal application unless the Foundation has reviewed Letter of Inquiry and requested your
Timeline                  organization to submit one
Current Programs Funded   http://www.rgkfoundation.org/grants.php
Funding Source            Walter & Juliet T. Absolon Foundation
Program Title             General Grant
Weblink                   N/A (Address: 2440 East Broadway, Tucson, AZ 85719 Phone: 520- 791-3939)
Description               Interested in Programs for children and youth; programs for the elderly; programs for families
Eligibility               Tucson based nonprofits




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Funding Range             $5,000 - $95,000
Timeline                  Not specified
Current Programs Funded   N/A
Funding Source            Arizona Women's Partnership
Program Title             The Arizona Women's Partnership 2007 Grant Program
Weblink                   http://www.azwp.org/grant_app.pdf
Description               To provide support to the needs of underserved and disadvantaged women and their families
Eligibility               501(c)(3) non-profits that assist underserved womenand/or youth at risk in Arizona
Funding Range             Under $2,000
Timeline                  January 31st, 2007
Restrictions              Organization's total annual operating budget shouldn't exceed $200,000/Only non-sectarian nonprofits are considered
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            The CarMax Foundation
Program Title             The CarMax Grants Program (National Program)
Weblink                   http://www.carmax.com/dyn/cfc/cfcgrants.aspx
                          Provides financial support to national organizations that focus on auto safety and automotive technician training; Should address
Description               and improve auto safety for children and families; OR should build a competitive workforce through technical training
Eligibility               501(c)(3) public charities based in the United States.
Funding Range             Not specified; More than $560,000 distributed annually
Timeline                  May 15; November 15
Restrictions              Restriction can be applied; Refer to grant website
Current Programs Funded   http://www.carmax.com/dyn/cfc/cfcpartnerships.aspx
Funding Source            US Dept of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Program Title             Capacity Building for Community Development and Affordable Housing Grants
Weblink                   http://12.46.245.173/pls/portal30/CATALOG.PROGRAM_TEXT_RPT.SHOW?p_arg_names=prog_nbr&p_arg_values=14.252
                          To improve capacity of community housing deveopoment organizations (CHDOs) and community development corporations
Description               (CDCs) to undertake community development and affordable housing projects.

                          Applicant eligibility : Enterprise Community Partners, Local Initiatives Support Corporation, Habitat for Humanity and YouthBuild
                          USA/ Beneficiary eligibility : Community Development Corporations, Community Housing Development Organizations, and other
Eligibility               nonprofit community based organizations that develop affordable housing and community development projects and programs
Funding Range             For fiscal year 2006 the grant allocations ranged from $990,000 to $10,617,500. The average award was $5,115,000
Timeline                  12/12/2007
Restrictions              Must match each federal dollar with three dollars in cash or in-kind contributions.
Funding Source            Norman Foundation
Program Title             Grant Program
Weblink                   http://www.normanfdn.org/index.html
                          To promote economic justice and development through community organizing; To promote civil rights by fighting discrimination
                          and violence and working for equity and public education equity with an emphasis on parent and youth organizing; Priority is given
Description               to organizations with annual budgets of under $1 million.
Eligibility               U.S. based organizations
Funding Range             $20,000
Timeline                  Economic Justice: March 3, 2008; Civil Rights: July 1, 2008
Current Programs Funded   http://www.normanfdn.org/grants2007.html
                          The Foundation does not make grants to individuals or universities; or to support conferences, scholarships, research, films,
                          media and arts projects; or to capital funding projects, fundraising drives or direct social service programs, such as shelters or
Restrictions              community health programs.
Funding Source            Arizona Community Foundation
Program Title             2007-8 Open Competitive Grant Cycle
Weblink                   https://www.azfoundation.org/rfp/rfp_detail.xpl?id=886

                          Competitive grant program focus areas cover: Early Childhood, Health and Human Services, Affordable Housing Projects, Building
Description               Financial Literacy, Workforce Development, Community Development, Intergenerational Programs, , Arts and Culture.
Eligibility               501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, Arizona Government entity including Councils of Governments, Tribal entity or organizations
Funding Range             Between $10,000-30,000
Timeline                  8-Jan-08
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Restrictions              There is a two to one match requirement for applicant organizations.
Funding Source            Comerica Charitable Foundation
Program Title             Grant Program
Weblink                   http://www.comerica.com/vgn-ext-templating/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=374970d75d994010VgnVCM1000004502a8c0RCRD

                          Funding provided to promote economic self-sufficiency for low- and moderate-income individuals and families, financial literacy,
Description               job rediness, homeless prevention, job creation and retention, small business training and development and transitional housing
Eligibility               Nonprofit organizations
Funding Range             Not clearly stated; around $10,000
Timeline                  31-Mar-08
Current Programs Funded   Alternatives for Girls program in Detroit (2004)

Restrictions              Funding priorities support community needs in our primary markets within Michigan, California, Arizona, Texas and Florida.
Funding Source            US Dept of Health and Human Services, Admiinistration for Children and Families
Program Title             Assets for Independence Demonstration Program
Weblink                   http://www.acf.hhs.gov/grants/open/HHS-2008-ACF-OCS-EI-0053.html




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                          Provides services and supports to enable individuals and families with low income to become economically self-sufficient for the
                          long-term; Primary feature of AFI project is giving project participants an access to special matched savings account called
                          Individual Development Accounts(IDA) for the future purpose of purchasing home, business capitalization, or higher eduation or
Description               training.
Eligibility               Public/Indian housing authorities, governments and higher education institutions
Funding Range             $19 million for 65 awards
Timeline                  January 15 and March 25 in 2008, 2009, and 2010
Current Programs Funded   http://www.acf.hhs.gov/assetbuilding/states.html
Funding Source            Office of Elementary & Secondary Education, US Department and Education
Program Title             Even Start Family Literacy Program Women's Prison Grant
Weblink                   http://www.ed.gov/programs/evenstartprison/index.html
                          Helps break the cycle of poverty and illiteracy and improve the educational opportunities of low-income families with mothers in
                          prison by integrating early childhood education, adult literacy or adult basic education, interactive parent-child activities, and
Description               parenting education into a unified, high-quality family literacy program.
                          Non-federal prisons housing women and their preschool-age children with assistance from higher education institutions and local
Eligibility               educational agencies (LEAs)
Funding Range             $15,000 for one award
Timeline                  29-Feb-08
Current Programs Funded   Not specified

General Services          Including Rural Areas, Minority and other categories
Funding Source            HHS/Indian Health Service
Program Title             Tribal Governance Program
Weblink                   Refer to Federal Register CFDA 93.210
                          To allow tribes to assume more control of Indian Health Service(HIS) programs and services by way of compacts negotiated with
Description               IHS
Eligibility               Must be a federally-recognized tribe
Funding Range             $240,000 total for approximately 12 Tribes
Timeline                  November 16th
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            US Department of Agriculture
Program Title             Technical Assistance & Training Grant
Weblink                   www.usda.gov/rus/water/tatg.html
                          To identify and evaluate solutions to water and waste disposal problems in rural areas, assist applicants in preparing applications
                          for water and waste grants made at the state level offices, and improve operation and maintenance of existing water and waste
Description               disposal facilities in rural areas
Eligibility               Nonprofits
Funding Range             $1.7 million total for an estimated 14 awards
Timeline                  December 31st
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services
Program Title             Rural Health Outreach Grant Program
Weblink                   http://ruralhealth.hrsa.gov/funding/outreach.htm
                          To encourage the development of new and innovative health care delivery systems in rural communities that lack essential health
Description               care services
                          Public or nonprofit private entity and be located in a designated rural county, or exclusively provide services to migrant and
Eligibility               seasonal farmworkers in rural areas, or be a Native American Tribal or quasi-tribal entity
Funding Range             Total $3,750,000 for about 25 awards
Timeline                  October 18th, 2006
Restrictions              http://ruralhealth.hrsa.gov/funding/eligibilitytestv2.asp (geographic eligibility specified)
Current Programs Funded   http://ruralhealth.hrsa.gov/funding/OutreachAwards05.asp
Funding Source            Office of Rural Health Policy, U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services
Program Title             Rural Health Network Development Planning Grant Program
Weblink                   http://ruralhealth.hrsa.gov/funding/networkplanning.htm
                          To strengthen the rural health care delivery system at the community, regional, and State level by improving the viability of the
Description               individual providers in the network
                          Rural public or nonprofit entity as the lead applicant on behalf of a formative network or consortium/Applicants must propose to
Eligibility               use grants to develop rural health networks that bring together at least three separately owned healthcare providers
Funding Range             $25,000-85,000
Timeline                  October 18th, 2006
                          Applicants must propose to use grants to develop rural health networks that bring together at least three separately owned
Restrictions              healthcare providers.
Current Programs Funded   http://ruralhealth.hrsa.gov/funding/NetworkPlanningAwards06.asp
Funding Source            Office of Minority Health, US Department of Health and Human Services
Program Title             State Partnership Grant Program to Improve Minority Health
Weblink                   http://www.grants.gov/search/search.do?mode=VIEW&oppId=14370
Description               To Improve Minority Health seeks to facilitate the improvement of minority health and elimination of health disparities
Eligibility               An applicant must be a currently established State or territorial office of minority health at the time of the announcement
Funding Range             $75,000 to $125,000 per year
Timeline                  11-Jul-07
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            US Department of Education
Program Title             Centers for Independent Living
Weblink                   http://www.ed.gov/programs/cil/index.html




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                          This program supports centers for independent living that are designed and operated within a local community by individuals with
                          disabilities and provide an array of independent living services, including the core services of information and referral, independent
Description               living skills training, peer counseling, and individual and systems advocacy
Eligibility               Consumer-controlled, community-based, cross-disability, nonresidential private nonprofit agencies
Funding Range             Estimated Available Funds: $154,046
Timeline                  September 18th
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            US Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration
Program Title             National Technical Assistance Grants
Weblink                   www.eda.gov
Description               To promote partnerships for increased business investment and job creation
Eligibility               Public and private nonprofits/ 50 % match required
Funding Range             $500,000 available for public and private nonprofits
Timeline                  August 30th
Funding Source            Rural Housing Service, US Department of Agriculture
Program Title             Rural Community Development Initiative
Weblink                   www.rurdev.usda.gov/rhs/rcdi/index.htm
                          To provide a program of technical assistance to recipients to develop or increase their capacity to undertake projects in the areas
Description               of housing, community facilities, and community and economic development in rural areas
                          Qualified private, nonprofit and public (including tribal) intermediary organizations proposing to carry out financial and
Eligibility               technical assistance programs
Funding Range             The respective minimum and maximum grant amount per intermediary is $50,000 and $300,000
Timeline                  October 10th
Restrictions              The intermediary will be required to provide matching funds in an amount at least equal to the RCDI grant.
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Program Title             Brownfields Job Training Grants
Weblink                   www.epa.gov/brownfields
Description               To promote the cleanup of Brownfields sites contaminated and prepare trainees for empyment in the environmental field
Eligibility               Public and private nonprofits
Funding Range             Up to $200,000
Timeline                  September 8th
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Program Title             Rural People, Rural Policy (RPRP Initiative)
Weblink                   http://www.wkkf.org/default.aspx?tabid=75&CID=274&NID=61&LanguageID=0
                          A multi-year national initiative to build and strengthen networks of local organizations in developing policy that will help rural
Description               communities and small towns
                          Any nonprofit organization that seeks to improve policy that affects rural people and rural places may apply to participate in a
                          Regional Rural Policy Network. This includes organizations working in economic development, education, community philanthropy,
Eligibility               health, or other issues critical to rural vitality.
Funding Range             Contact the Headquarters Office
Timeline                  Contact the Headquarters Office
                          West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee, Virginia, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota,
Restrictions              Montana, New Mexico, Arizona
                          Arizona Community Foundation/Arizona Rural Development Council, Phoenix, Arizona
Current Programs Funded   International Sonoran Desert Alliance, Ajo, Arizona
Funding Source            Cable Positive(Tony Cox Comm. Fund) & Telecommunications National AIDS Action Organization
Program Title             Cable Positive's Tony Cox Community Fund
Weblink                   http://cablepositive.org/programs-tonycox.html

Description               To make an outreach efforts/special events/production & distribution HIV/AIDS programs and public service announcement
                          Nonprofit orgs, with special consideration given to AIDS service orgs(ASO), and cable systems and producers partnering with
Eligibility               ASO
Funding Range             $100,000 allocated to support two grant cycles each year; up to $7,000 each available
Timeline                  15-Mar-08
Restrictions              Half of fund upon grant approval/the second half of funding upon final report submission
Current Programs Funded   Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network and Comcast (2005)
Funding Source            Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation
Program Title             Grand Slam Awards/ Program Grants
Weblink                   http://arizona.diamondbacks.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/ari/community/grants.jsp
Description               Focused on healthcare for the indigent,homeless, and youth education
Eligibility               Organizations based in Arizon only can apply
Funding Range             Grand Slam Awards $10,000 or more for one or Orgs./ Program Grants $3,000 to 5,000 for about 60-80 Orgs.
Timeline                  1-Oct-07
Current Programs Funded   Refer to the website
Funding Source            The Peace Development Fund
Program Title             Community Organizing Grants Docket
Weblink                   http://www.peacefund.org/grant/-grnntrn.htm
                          To support grassroots organizations organizing community members for social justice. Criminal Justice; Environmental Justice;
                          Economic Justice; Anti-Oppression Work (race, class, gender, LGBT, etc.); Youth Organizing; Immigrant Organizing; Workplace
Description               Organizing
Eligibility               Organizations based in the United States, Puerto Rico and other territories of the US, Canada, Mexico, and Haiti.
Funding Range             $6,000 - $10,000




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Timeline                  Not specified; need to check on website regularly
Funding Source            Women's Foundation of Southern Arizona
Program Title             Social Change Grantmaking
Weblink                   http://www.womengiving.org/grantmaking/about.php
                          The Women's Foundation of Southern Arizona is committed to social change grantmaking that focuses on long-term solutions to
Description               societal problems
Eligibility               Nonprofit Organizations conducting charitable works in Southern Arizona
Funding Range             Between $600 and $15,000
Timeline                  Not Specified; Contact the organization
                          Agrant proposal must fall into one of the three categories, Health, Safety and Well-being for Women and Girls, Economic Justice
Restrictions              for Women and Girls, or Social Justice and Human Rights
Current Programs Funded   http://www.womengiving.org/grantmaking/grantees.php
                          http://www.peacefund.org/what/wtgrlist_06.htm
Funding Source            PRO Neighborhoods
Program Title             Small Grant Program
Weblink                    www.proneighborhoods.org
                          PRO Neighborhoods grants are available to neighborhood groups of five or more committed people who have developed an idea
Description               for an improvement project.
                          RRO Neighborhoods grants are available to neighborhood groups of five or more committed people who have developed an idea
Eligibility               for an improvement project.
                          $500 - $5,000
Funding Range             One year grant period. Three grant rounds per year.
                          PRO Neighborhoods funds geographically based neighborhood groups working on a one year project; Groups can be formal
Timeline                  associations or informal groups; PRO Neighborhoods does not fund organizations or ongoing programs.
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            US Department of Housing and Urban Development
Program Title             Rural Housing and Economic Development
Weblink                   http://www.federalgrantswire.com/rural_housing_and_economic_development.html
Description               To provide support for innovative housing and economic development activities in rural areas.
                          Eligible applicants are local rural nonprofit organizations, community development corporations, federally recognized Indian tribes,
Eligibility               state housing finance agencies, state community and/or economic development agencies.
Funding Range             Up to $400,000; $250,000.
Timeline                  23-May-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            CSREES, United States Department of Agriculture
Program Title             Rural Youth Development
Weblink                   http://www.grants.gov/search/search.do?mode=VIEW&oppId=13403

                          Intended to breakdown barriers to participation, especially for rural youth; enhance opportunities for youth involvement in policy
Description               and decision-making; create safe and inviting environments for youth activities; and improve access to information and technology.
                          Only the Girl Scouts of the United States of America, the National 4-H Council, the Boy Scouts of America, and the National FFA
Eligibility               Organization are eligible to apply. CSREES will accept only one application from each national organization.
Funding Range             $633,600
Timeline                  21-May-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            Hewlett Packard
Program Title             Microenterprise Development Program
Weblink                   http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/grants/us/programs/microenterprise/rfp.pdf
                          To privide business start-up assistance and training, access to capital and advice to entrepreneurs and small businesses in
                          underserved communities in the U.S; to provide technology access for microentrepreneurs in use of technology to build and grouw
Description               their business
Eligibility               Nonprofit microenterprise development agencies and programs and higher education
Funding Range             Total grant worth of $56,000 including cash grant of $20,000
Timeline                  5-Jun-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            US Airways
Program Title             Community Education Grant Programs
Weblink                   http://www.usairways.com/awa/content/aboutus/corporategiving/education.aspx

                          To provide support for educational programs that respond to the special needs of disadvantaged or disabled individuals; that teach
Description               or enhance social responsibility; that facilitate parental and/or community involvement; and that enhance academic achievement
Eligibility               Non-profit organizations
Funding Range             Up to $5,000
Timeline                  1-Aug-07
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            Johnson&Johnson Family of Companies/ Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Program Title             2008-2010 Johnson & Johnson Community Health Care grant
Weblink                   http://www.jhsph.edu/johnsonandjohnson/index.html
Description               To support community based health initiatives offering quality health care services to medically underserved populations
                          Community-based health care organizations in Arizona, Mississippi, New Mexico and South Carolina targeting 1) Rural population
Eligibility               or 2) Ethnic-minority populations at high risk for or experiencing high rates of diabetes and obesity
Funding Range             $150,000 non-renewable 2-year grant ($75,000 per year); Total of 10 awardees will be selected
Timeline                  1-Oct-07
Current Programs Funded   http://www.jhsph.edu/johnsonandjohnson/currentawardees.html




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Funding Source            National Endowment of the Humanities (NEH)
Program Title             America's Media Maker Development Grants
Weblink                   http://www.neh.gov/GRANTS/guidelines/AmMediaMakers_development.html
                          Promotes active exploration and engagement for broad public audiences in history, literature, archaeology, art history, comparative
Description               religion, philosophy, and other fields of the humanities

Eligibility               Any U.S. nonprofit organization with IRS 501(c)(3) tax exempt status is eligible (including state and local governmental agencies)
Funding Range             Up to $75,000
Timeline                  January 23 & Aug 27, 2008
Current Programs Funded   Not specified
Funding Source            Needmor Fund
Program Title             Community Organizing Grant
Weblink                   http://www.needmorfund.org/procedures.htm
                          Supports community organizations with a deep commitment to engaging low- and moderate-income communities in public life and
                          the democratic process; community organizations that have a strong membership base, and have a strategy to reduce the growing
Description               disparities in income; community organizations that organize to help low-wage workers out of poverty.
Eligibility               Community organizing groups (membership-based)
Funding Range             Between $20,000 and $40,000
Timeline                  Janury 10, 2008 for Southwest Cluster (Arizona, New Mexico and the southern portions of California and Texas)
Current Programs Funded   http://www.needmorfund.org/grants_list.htm
Funding Source            US Dept of Treasury, Community Development Financial Institutions- CDFIs
Program Title             Bank Enterprise Award (BEA) Program
Weblink                   http://www.cdfifund.gov/what_we_do/programs_id.asp?programID=1
                          To support banks and thrifts in the U.S. which are dedicated to financing and supporting economically disadvantaged community
Description               and economic development activities through financial incentives.
Eligibility               FDIC Insured Depository Institutions
Funding Range             $10 million for 60 awards
Timeline                  13-Mar-08
Current Programs Funded   http://www.cdfifund.gov/docs/2007/bea/CDFIProgram2007BEAProfile.pdf
Funding Source            Abelard Foundation
Program Title             Grant program
Weblink                   http://www.commoncounsel.org/pages/foundation.html
                          To support social change organizations which reflect communities they are based in; expand community control over economic,
Description               social and environmental decisions affecting the community's well-being; build strong voice on public policy issues
Eligibility               Any organizations which meet reporting requirements
Funding Range             Between $6,000 and $12,000
Timeline                  January 15 & June 15
Current Programs Funded   http://www.commoncounsel.org/pages/2006_grantees.html




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