Now that you’ve found the perfect funding opportunity, and carefully reviewed the guidelines to decide the next steps to include (great task!). The foundation that you’ve chosen to work with, the possibility requires the submission of an LOI (letter of intent) for nonprofit organizations (an LOU) instead of an application for a grant. You’re probably […]
A nonprofit’s revenue streams are often diversified with grants. You may wonder if these organizations have a grant writing season if you work at one of them. How long will it take to write a grant? What does it take to meet the funders’ deadlines? But don’t worry: we will provide you with a clear […]
AVAILABLE GRANTS We are Very professional, very on-time, very experienced, delivered on time, great communicator, very understanding and helpful March 8, 2022 2/14/2022 23:59 Grants to California private and public entities to research effective clean electricity options for the state. Funding is intended for activities related to energy enhancement; alternative energy sources such as wind, […]
Grants to Rhode Island businesses in the renewable energy sector to employ university students as interns. Funding is intended to offer internships and career advancement opportunities to students and to provide mentoring experience to company employees. Businesses may select up to two interns for a 12-week full or part-time work experience.
Grants to Washington, DC businesses in the entertainment industry to mitigate financial distress caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Funding is intended for local businesses that generate at least half their income from nonprofit fundraising and ticket sales.
Grants of $10,000 to Ontario minority-owned businesses in eligible regions for technological tools to improve efficiency. Funding is intended for women-owned businesses and BIPOC-owned businesses in need of support with their digital maturity. Successful applicants will receive assistance in using technology, to improve supply-chain efficiencies, attract new customers, streamline costs, and virtually manage their workforce. Eligible applicants are those located in Toronto.
Grants to New Jersey nonprofit organizations, CBOs, employers, trade and business groups, LEAs, vocational and high schools, IHEs, and government agencies for workforce development programs. Applicants must submit an LOI prior to applying. Funding is intended to help individuals enter and succeed in Registered Apprenticeship programs.
Grants of up to $5,000 to Kentucky businesses, individuals, and organizations for projects that honor the achievements of farmers. Funding is intended for community-based farmer recognition programs that acknowledge the positive contributions of farmers in the face of agriculture-related challenges. The goal of the grant is to create and conduct local projects to show appreciation for farmers and their families.
Grants to Iowa nonprofit organizations, businesses, and consortiums to increase access to child care. Funding is intended to support capital projects to set up child care facilities and expand the availability of affordable, quality child care for working residents throughout the state. To support this work, the fund will award competitive grants to support community and regional initiatives. Iowa Workforce Development is seeking collaborative applications that propose new, cutting-edge ideas as well as proven strategies.
Grants to Utah nonprofit, for-profit, government, housing, and faith-based organizations for community development projects that improve the quality of life for low to moderate-income individuals in eligible regions. Applicants are required to submit an LOI prior to a full grant application. Eligible projects address one of the following priorities: creating economic opportunities, providing decent affordable housing, and creating a suitable living environment. All applications shall primarily benefit low and moderate-income residents of Sandy City.