May 26, 2023

Grant Watch: Week Ending in 5/26/2023

The Grant Plant routinely reviews funder websites and notices and is pleased to share some upcoming opportunities with you. Contact us if you would like support in preparing a proposal.

Catalyzing Equitable Artificial Intelligence (AI) Use. June 5, 2023.

This RFP seeks innovative and safe approaches to the use of Large Language Models (ChatGPT-4, or other credible sources with equivalent capability) to build an evidence base across the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Divisions of Global Health, Gender Equality, Global Growth and Opportunity (including Global Education), and Global Development contexts in LMICs.

Native American Certified Assister Partners. June 12, 2023.

The purpose of this RFP is to select Certified Assister Partners that will assist with outreach and enrollment activities, including in-person assistance, for Native American/Alaskan Native consumers. This may include populations that are more likely to need in-person assistance to learn about health coverage options available through the Exchange and enroll in coverage.

SNAP Employment and Training National Partnership Grants 2023. July 10, 2023.

In fiscal year (FY) 2023, FNS intends to award approximately $3 million to non-profit national organizations with broad member or affiliate networks that provide direct workforce development services to low-income and low-skilled individuals, including SNAP participants.

FY 2023 School Breakfast Program Expansion Grant. July 24, 2023.

The purpose of the SBP expansion grants is to provide sub-grants to local educational agencies (LEAs), not to exceed $10,000 per qualifying school or group of qualifying schools per school year, to establish, maintain, or expand the SBP. As defined in Section 4(d)(1) of the Act, the term “qualifying school” means a school in severe need. This includes only schools (having an SBP or desiring to initiate an SBP) in which 40 percent or more of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) lunches served to students at the school were served free or at a reduced price.

Outreach and Assistance for Socially Disadvantaged Farmers and Ranchers and Veteran Farmers and Ranchers. July 25, 2023.

The OPPE is committed to ensuring underserved communities can equitably participate in USDA programs. Differences in demographics, culture, economics, language, and other factors preclude a single approach to identifying solutions that can benefit underserved farmers and ranchers. Grants are provided to nonprofit community-based organizations, higher education institutions, and eligible Tribal entities with at least three (3) years of documented experience, preceding the submission date of an application. Eligible entities working with underserved farmers and ranchers or military veteran farmers and ranchers can improve their ability to start and maintain successful forestry and/or agricultural-related operations. With 2501 Program funding, eligible entities can provide education, training, and technical assistance and extend outreach and education efforts to connect with and assist underserved and military veteran farmers and ranchers to provide them with information on available USDA resources.

Transitioning Tribal Colleges and Universities to Clean Energy. July 27, 2023.

Under this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA), the DOE Office of Indian Energy is soliciting applications from Tribal Colleges and Universities for: (1) clean energy project and curriculum planning (Topic Area 1); and (2) clean energy technology and curriculum deployment (Topic Area 2). DOE expects to make approximately $15 million in federal funding available for new awards under this FOA. DOE anticipates making approximately 10 to 25 awards under this FOA. DOE may issue awards in one, multiple, or none of the aforementioned topic areas.

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