December 9, 2022

Grants Watch: Week Ending 12/9/2022

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.


Paseo del Norte Health Foundation. Opens 12/5/22 for LOI

2023/2024 Diabetes Prevention, Early Detection, and Management. The Paseo del Norte Health Foundation (Health Foundation) seeks Letters of Intent (LOIs) from eligible organizations to provide or support diabetes prevention, early detection, and management programs. Programs may be related to type 1, type 2, or gestational diabetes. Population, systems, and individual level strategies will be considered. The following categories are of special interest: Diabetes Education and Awareness; Capacity and Systems Improvements; Diabetes Alliance; Public Awareness. Deadline or submission date not noted.

ABQ Public Schools. Deadline: 1/12/23

Community Mental Health Trauma Informed Education and Services. The purpose of the Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit sealed proposals to establish a contract through competitive negotiations for the procurement of Community Mental Health Providers. Albuquerque Public Schools is requesting proposals for Community Mental Health Providers that will work with Health and Wellness Teams at selected school sites to provide therapeutic services to students, work cooperatively with families, and provide professional development for staff regarding trauma informed schools. ttps://

New York Foundation/Afterschool Alliance. Deadline: 2/1/23 at 5:00 pm ET

Aim High: Supporting Out-of-School Time Programs Serving Middle School Youth On behalf of the New York Life Foundation, the Afterschool Alliance invites out-of-school time programs to apply for a competitive grant opportunity to support and bolster the ability of afterschool and summer learning programs to help prepare middle school students for success in high school, college, and life.

Bank of America. Deadline: 2/17/23

Economic Mobility Focused on Needs of Individuals and Families (health and jobs). BOA is focused on health and economic recovery. In response, we’re partnering with organizations addressing the economic and social conditions that affect an individual’s health, access to community-based health services, crisis-prevention tied to family stabilization programs, and other poverty related issues. Access to healthcare and food – services that improve health outcomes with an emphasis on hunger relief and access to nutritious food, community-based healthcare, mental health counseling and substance use disorder treatment and rehabilitation. Family stabilization– access to crisis prevention programs and wrap services including help with immediate and safe shelter, free or subsidized benefits like internet access, utilities, childcare, transportation, financial assistance and recovery. Services for the homeless – programs that prevent or end homelessness, such as emergency shelter, rapid-rehousing, rental and utility assistance and permanent supportive housing.

New Mexico True. Deadline: 4/8/23

FY23 Cooperative Marketing and Advertising Program. The New Mexico Tourism Department remains laser-focused and has never been more committed to its mission to grow New Mexico’s economy through tourism. Through the Cooperative Marketing and Advertising Program (CoOp), one of the Department’s longest running and most popular, we partner with eligible entities (tourism-related non-profit organizations, local and tribal governments, e.g. counties and municipalities) who believe in our mission, align with our philosophies, and strive to improve the quality of life in their communities. We especially appreciate all who share our exacting standards for integrity, inclusivity, quality, and accountability.

  1. S. Department of Energy. Deadline: 5/23/23

DOE Inclusive Energy Innovation Prize. Through the Inclusive Energy Innovation Prize, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) aims to fund organizations for ongoing and/or proposed activities related to climate and clean energy that support, build trust, and strengthen relationships and partnerships with disadvantaged communities. Specifically, this prize seeks to enable and enhance business and technology incubation, acceleration, and other community-based and university-based entrepreneurship and innovation in climate and clean energy technologies. Teams competing in Phase One focused on communities from every corner of the nation, demonstrating their commitment to building an inclusive innovation ecosystem and putting people at the center of clean energy and climate justice. In May 2022, DOE announced 18 winners of the Inclusive Energy Innovation Prize. Each winning organization received cash awards of $200,000 each.

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