The Grant Plant routinely reviews funder websites and notices and is pleased to share some upcoming opportunities with you.
Coalitions and Collaboratives inc. AIM grant October 27, 2023.
Coalitions and Collaboratives Inc. (COCO), a Colorado-based nonprofit, started the Action, Implementation and Mitigation (AIM) Program to accelerate fire adaptation concepts and reduce the risk from wildfire across the U.S. by increasing capacity and on-the-ground work. Since inception in 2018, we have supported over 90 organizations. COCO hopes to increase community resilience, restore fire-adapted ecosystems and create safer conditions for residents and firefighters. This funding opportunity is open to organizations working to advance wildfire risk reduction. The AIM grant is available for a wide variety of capacity-building activities, including personnel, planning efforts, and wildfire risk reduction work on non-federal lands. COCO funds organizations across the country with a focus on programs and projects that increase communities’ ability to overcome barriers to successful community wildfire mitigation, multiply the efforts, achieve quantifiable outcomes, support equitable and inclusive community wildfire mitigation programs across the fence, and support place-based solutions.
Zendesk Foundation Tech for Good Program November 1, 2023 at 12 noon ET
Zendesk has seen firsthand how technology can shape a better future for all and is committed to helping more nonprofits achieve their mission. The Zendesk Foundation invites applications for its 2023 Tech for Good program, which awards grants, product donations, and pro bono support to nonprofit organizations around the globe for efforts to make a tangible difference in one of the Zendesk Foundation’s impact areas. Grants of up to $50,000 and free software and support will be awarded to nonprofit organizations that foster community, promote resilience in a crisis, and create career pathways into tech.https://philanthropynewsdigest.org/rfps/rfp15758-zendesk-foundation-invites-applications-for-tech-for-good-program?utm_campaign=rfps%7C2023-10-18&utm_medium=email&utm_source=pnd
The Paso Del Norte Nonprofit Service request November 3, 2023.This special project is a collaboration between the Paso del Norte Health Foundation and the Paso del Norte Community Foundation. The aim is to gather information on US-based non-profit organizations in the Paso del Norte service region. We envision the grantee/consultant to use online surveys and do not foresee interviews, focus groups, or other data collection forms. Information collected may include: Board and staff profile, Board and staff development experiences and needs, Finances, including fund development profile, and endowments, and Services offered. https://pdnhf.org/grant-center/funding-opportunities/health-leadership-request-for-proposals
The Serve New Mexico Commission & the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions FY2024 Grant November 13, 2023
AmeriCorps improves lives, strengthens communities, and fosters civic engagement through service and volunteering. AmeriCorps brings people together to tackle some of the country’s most pressing challenges through national service and volunteerism. AmeriCorps members and AmeriCorps Seniors volunteers serve with organizations dedicated to the improvement of communities and those serving. AmeriCorps helps make service a cornerstone of our national culture. The 2024 “Competitive” competition will target AmeriCorps grant making on the six national focus areas identified in the Serve America Act and the agency’s five-year Strategic Plan: disaster services, economic opportunity, education, environmental stewardship, healthy futures, and veterans and military families. In order to maximize the impact of public investment in national service, the Commission seeks to fund programs that can demonstrate community impact and solve community problems using an evidence-based or evidence-informed approach.
The Arthur Vining Davis Foundation Interfaith leadership and Religious Literacy Program November 13, 2023
As the son of a Methodist minister, Arthur Vining Davis held a deep respect and appreciation for the traditions that provide meaning and hope for many. Mr. Davis could see then what is equally true today: most Americans draw on religious convictions in ways that motivate their thoughts and action and inspire them to love and serve their fellow citizens. The Interfaith Leadership and Religious Literacy Program Area seeks to support organizations that promote religious literacy and create opportunities for courageous multi-faith conversations and collaborations.
National Endowment for the Humanities Preservation Assistance Grants for Smaller Institutions January 11, 2024
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Division of Preservation and Access is accepting applications for the Preservation Assistance Grants for Smaller Institutions program. The purpose of this program is to help small and mid-sized institutions improve their ability to preserve and care for their humanities collections. The program encourages applications from small and mid-sized institutions that have never received an NEH grant.
Fiscal Year 2023 Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) February 29, 2024
The Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) grant program makes federal funds available to states, U.S. territories, federally recognized Tribal governments , and local governments for hazard mitigation activities. It does so with a recognition of the growing hazards associated with climate change , and of the need for natural hazard risk mitigation activities that promote climate adaptation and resilience with respect to those hazards. These include both acute extreme weather events and chronic stressors which have been observed and are expected to increase in intensity and frequency in the future. The BRIC program’s guiding principles include supporting communities through capability and capacity-building; encouraging and enabling innovation, including multi-hazard resilience or nature-based solutions; promoting partnerships; enabling large, systems-based projects; maintaining flexibility; and providing consistency. Through these efforts communities are able to better understand disaster risk and vulnerabilities, conduct community-driven resilience, hazard mitigation planning, and design transformational projects and programs. Awards made under this funding opportunity will be funded, in whole or in part, with funds appropriated by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, also more commonly known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL).