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Federal funding opportunities

Dep't:
Health and Human Services
Agency:
Administration for Community Living
Program:
Rehabilitation Engineering Research Centers Program on Rehabilitation Strategies, Techniques, and Interventions
Summary:
The purpose of the RERC program is to improve the effectiveness of services authorized under the Rehabilitation Act by conducting advanced engineering research on and development of innovative technologies that are designed to solve particular rehabilitation problems or to remove environmental barriers. RERCs also demonstrate and evaluate such technologies, facilitate service delivery system changes, stimulate the production and distribution of new technologies and equipment in the private sector, and provide training opportunities. The purpose of this particular RERC is to conduct research, development, and related activities that lead to rehabilitation practices and services that improve the health, and the physical, cognitive, sensory, or communication abilities of people with a wide range of disabilities, especially those with the greatest support needs. Rehabilitation engineering in this area should result in new or improved products, devices, and technological advances that enhance rehabilitation services in clinical or community settings.
Eligibility:
States; public or private agencies, including for-profit agencies; public or private organizations, including for-profit organizations; IHEs; and Indian tribes and tribal organizations.
Deadline:
12 March 2024
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Dep't:
Justice
Agency:
Office on Violence Against Women
Program:
Training and Technical Assistance Initiative
Summary:
The primary purpose is to provide direct training and technical assistance to current and potential OVW recipients and subrecipients to enhance their efforts to successfully implement projects supported by OVW grant funds. OVW's TA Initiative is designed to strengthen and build the capacity of civil and criminal justice system professionals and victim service providers across the nation to respond effectively to domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking and foster partnerships among organizations that have not traditionally worked together to address these crimes.
Deadline:
7 March 2024
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Dep't:
N/A
Agency:
Environmental Protection Agency
Program:
Centers of Excellence for Stormwater Control Infrastructure Technologies Grant Program
Summary:
To establish and maintain regional Centers of Excellence for new and emerging stormwater control infrastructure technologies, with the goal of improving the effectiveness, cost efficiency, and protection of public safety and water quality. The EPA is also soliciting applications from eligible entities to create and maintain a national electronic clearinghouse to centrally collect and distribute the work of the Centers of Excellence. For the purposes of this announcement, “regional” or “geographical region” means consisting of two or more states.
Deadline:
18 March 2024
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Foundation funding opportunities

Funder:
AARP
Program:
Purpose Prize Award
Summary:
Every year the AARP Purpose Prize honors 5 exceptional individuals who have tapped their wealth of experience to foster enduring and innovative positive social impacts. After a rigorous review process, recipients of this prestigious award each receive $50,000 to celebrate their achievements and to hopefully help broaden the scope of their work. Included within the AARP Purpose Prize is the Andrus Prize for Intergenerational Excellence. We are looking for everyday people who do extraordinary things with their life experience to create social change. Consider nominating someone (or yourself) who is: tackling a major social problem; and at least 50 years old; and started this work at the age of 40 or later; and a legal resident or a US citizen living abroad, or a resident of a US territory; not involved in a project that is exclusively religious or sectarian. People working in faith-based settings that have a broader social mission are eligible and encouraged to apply.
Award max.:
$50,000
Deadline:
29 February 2024
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Funder:
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas
Program:
Blue Impact Grants 2024-25
Summary:
This year, we are realigning our community investments into five newly redesigned areas of focus to help better support its umbrella mission of expanding access to care. The new community support focus areas more directly target the social determinants of health (SDOH). The areas of focus are: Economic Opportunity and Stability: Addressing issues such as poverty, removing barriers to employment, providing good jobs, and upskilling. Nutrition:  Supporting efforts to decrease hunger and increase access to nutritional food. Neighborhood and Built Environment: Focusing on affordable healthy housing, access to transportation, and access to physical activity. Locally Defined Health Solutions: Addressing hyperlocal health and human service needs. Optimal Health Outcomes:  Helping close gaps in care, specifically around six priority areas: immunizations; diabetes care; cardiovascular care; behavioral health; early detection cancer screening and maternal & infant health.
Region:
Texas
Deadline:
9 February 2024
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Funder:
TD Bank
Program:
Housing for Everyone 2024
Summary:
The Foundation makes available annually funds to support affordable housing.
Award max.:
$100,000
Update:
The theme for the 18th annual Housing for Everyone competition is affordable housing with services to support independent living for marginalized community members. The impacts of homelessness are not equal across many populations. There are conditions that make it difficult for people to maintain a stable home without additional help. To address this issue, we'll fund a select group of organizations focused on housing solutions that lead to stable, independent living situations.
Eligibility:
501(c)(3) or state/local government entity. Applicant organization must have a history of developing, maintaining and/or providing affordable housing for low- and moderate-income families or individuals (income may not exceed 80% of the HUD area median income, or at or below 200% of the National Poverty Level, or the population served is homeless, or the population served is indigent).
Region:
Housing units or properties to be improved must be located in a TD Bank, N.A. metro market area: Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington, District of Columbia.
Deadline:
13 February 2024
Contact:
CharitableGiving@TDBanknorth.com
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