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NVFC to offer live webinar on AFG application tips
Volunteer and combination fire departments are encouraged to participate in a free live NVFC webinar on Understanding the Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) Program taking place on Thursday, Jan. 18, at 1:00pm EST. The application period for the AFG program is open through February 2 and provides a funding opportunity for fire and EMS departments to obtain needed equipment, apparatus, and training. Read more...

Non-profits offered opportunity to develop educational software
Infinity Tomorrow has partnered with Game-U on a program called “Learn to Earn.” The program identifies eligible individuals who will work as team members with Game-U facilitators to help develop educational software for non-profit providers. Infinity Tomorrow is a non-profit agency with a mission to help college graduates that are diagnosed with ASD succeed at meaningful employment. Game-U’s Accelerate program trains individuals, including those that are diagnosed with intellectual or developmental disabilities to develop video games and application software with the intent of helping individuals get jobs in this exciting industry. “Learn to Earn” is seeking non-profits who have an interesting idea for an educational software application related to their mission. Two finalists will have their app idea developed by Game-U Accelerate program participants at no cost to their organization. If you would like to be considered for the “Learn to Earn” initiative, please complete the form below by 1-2-18. Read more...

Grants available in San Diego County
The San Diego County Employees’ Charitable Organization is now accepting applications for 2018 grants. CECO typically funds tangible items such as equipment, furnishings and other durable goods that directly benefit the population being served by the program. Grant applications must be received no later than 5 p.m., Friday, Nov. 17, 2017. Read more...

Boston offers grant to expand access to digital services
Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the creation of a $35,000 Digital Equity Fund, which will support the City's goal of ensuring all residents have equal access to digital services. The Digital Equity Fund will provide support to community-based organizations that help Boston residents fully connect and participate in today's media and information landscape. The application deadline for 2017 is November 17, 2017. Read more...