1-Crossroads Hospice Charitable Foundation
$20K Hospice Education Grant
Crossroads Hospice Charitable Foundation awards up to $20,000 in grant funding to community organizations focusing on educating the community about hospice care and providing grief recovery support. We offer grants to enhance community awareness of hospice and palliative care services. Due date 3/27/2023
2-Juvenile Mentorship Program
Deadline: April 17, 2023
$45M Juvenile Mentorship Program (DOJ)
The Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) is providing grant to fund organizations to implement and deliver mentoring services to youth populations that are at risk or high risk for juvenile delinquency, victimization, and juvenile justice system involvement.
3-RIDING FOR FOCUS (R4F)
Due date April 28, 2023
RIDING FOR FOCUS (R4F) is our middle school-based PE program. Developed as a result of our initial research findings, R4F promotes cycling as an outlet for students to improve their cognitive, physical, and socio-emotional well-being. Schools can acquire R4F via two pathways - by purchasing the program, or for schools serving under-resourced communities, by applying for a program grant. Schools are provided with everything they need to get their 6th-8th grade students riding, including bikes, helmets, curriculum, and intensive teacher training.
4-The Henry T. Nicholas, III Foundation
There is no deadline or cap to submit a Grant Application! Apply today!
The Henry T. Nicholas, III Foundation was created in 2006 with the vision of enabling and assisting communities and individuals to reach their highest potential. The Foundation is dedicated to improving lives through investment in Education, Youth Sports, Technology, Science, Medical Research, Victim's Rights, and National Defense.
Since its inception, the Foundation has provided more than $2.7 million to numerous public charities and non-profit organizations engaged in helping people build better lives for themselves and their neighbors.
5-craig newmark philanthropies
Currently focus areas include efforts to protect our country:
vets and military Families
counter online harassment via the Coalition Against Online Violence
6-The Akamai Foundation
Proposal Guidelines and Submission Details
The Akamai Foundation is pleased to launch the 2023 Global STEM Education grant program. In addition to our core focus on STEM learning, we aim to help global education programs navigate the pandemic's economic impact and address digital inclusion gaps for young learners (pre-college students ages 5-19).
All applicants are required to provide a comprehensive plan outlining their STEM education program goals. This should include a digital inclusion strategy to address and eliminate barriers to access and use of technology in learning, especially for the most disadvantaged.
7- The Sam J. Frankino Foundation
Mission: The Sam J. Frankino Foundation is an independent family foundation dedicated to creating opportunities and enhancing the quality of life for children and families in need.
Vision: Through this foundation, the Frankino family desires to share God’s blessing by a commitment to philanthropic excellence.
Grant proposal applications are considered twice a year by the Foundation’s Trustees. Deadlines for submitting grant proposals for review are March 15th and October 15th. Forward all grant proposal applications by mail only.
8-The Chatlos Foundation, Inc.
Bible Colleges/Seminaries Grants
The placement of an organization within our categories is determined by the organization’s overall mission rather than the project under consideration.
Grants to Bible colleges and seminaries total 33% of Foundation distribution. History has shown grants in this category range in size from $5,000 to $20,000. To assure the Foundation that the philosophy of the institution is consistent with that of the Foundation, potential recipients are asked to sign our Statement of Faith.
Grants to religious organizations total 30% of Foundation distribution. History has shown that grants in this category range in size from $5,000 to $15,000.
LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGES
Grants to liberal arts colleges total 7% of Foundation distribution. History has shown that grants in this category range in size from $2,500 to $7,500. Priority consideration is given to private colleges.
Grants to medical organizations total 26% of Foundation distribution. History has shown that grants in this category range in size from $5,000 to $15,000.
Grants to organizations involved in social concerns total 4% of distribution. History has shown that grants in this category range in size from $2,000 to $5,000. This category encompasses secular community programs which provide direct services such as child welfare, vocational training, prison alternatives, concerns for the aged and disabled, and men, women and families in crisis.