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Federal funding opportunities

Dep't:
Health and Human Services
Agency:
Health Resources and Services Administration
Program:
Family Leadership in Language and Learning for the Universal Newborn Hearing Screening and Intervention Program
Summary:
The purpose of this program is to support the development of statewide newborn and infant hearing screening, evaluation, diagnosis, and intervention programs and systems by promoting the inclusion of families, parents, and caregivers of deaf or hard of hearing infants/children identified through the Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Program as leaders in the statewide Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) system and thereby to support such childrenís language, literacy, and social-emotional development.
Eligibility:
Eligible applicants include public or private entities; state, local, and tribal governments; institutions of higher education; other non-profit organizations (including faith-based, community-based, and tribal organizations (as those terms are defined at 25 U.S.C. 450(b)).
Deadline:
14 October 2016
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Dep't:
Homeland Security
Agency:
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Program:
National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program
Summary:
NEHRP seeks to mitigate earthquake losses in the United States through basic and directed research and implementation activities in the fields of earthquake science and engineering. The NEHRP program supports the mission area of the Quadrennial Homeland Security Review titled "Strengthen National Preparedness and Resilience," as well as the national preparedness goal of mitigation, as provided in the Presidential Policy Directive (PPD-8). Priorities Reduce the risks to life and property from future earthquakes in the United States through the establishment and maintenance of an effective earthquake hazards reduction program. Objectives 1. Promoting the implementation of research results; 2. Promoting better building practices; 3. Providing assistance to enable individual, organizational, and community resilience; 4. Supporting the implementation of an earthquake education and public awareness program; 5. Developing approaches to coordinate earthquake hazards reduction measures with measures for reducing hazards for other natural and technological hazards.
Deadline:
26 August 2016
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Dep't:
N/A
Agency:
Environmental Protection Agency
Program:
Training and Technical Assistance to Improve Water Quality and Enable Small Public Water Systems to Provide Safe Drinking Water
Summary:
EPA is soliciting applications from eligible applicants to provide training and technical assistance for small public water systems to help such systems achieve and maintain compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), and to provide training and technical assistance for small publicly owned wastewater systems, communities served by onsite/decentralized wastewater systems, and private well owners to improve water quality under the Clean Water Act (CWA). Training and technical assistance activities provided to these systems, communities and private well owners should be made available nationally in rural and urban communities and to personnel of tribally owned and operated systems.
Deadline:
30 September 2016
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Dep't:
Veterans Affairs
Agency:
N/A
Program:
Veterans Employment Pay for Success Grant
Summary:
This program is intended to fund projects that are successful in accomplishing employment rehabilitation for Veterans with a Service-connected Disability. VA will award grants on the basis of an eligible entityís proposed use of a Pay for Success (PFS) strategy to achieve goals. This Notice includes the general process for awarding the grant, criteria and parameters for evaluating grant applications, priorities related to the award of a grant, and general requirements and guidance for administering a VEPFS grant program.
Eligibility:
Unrestricted.
Deadline:
14 September 2016
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State & local funding opportunities

State:
NM
Dep't:
N/A
Agency:
Public Regulation Commission
Program:
Fire Protection Grants
Summary:
The department may request funding for apparatus, PPE, communication equipment or another justified critical need. All apparatus must meet NFPA Standards. Equipment/apparatus specifications are subject to review by the Fire Marshalís Office. The department must have the capability to immediately house apparatus properly. NFPA listed equipment may be included with the purchase of apparatus. The maximum amount awarded to a single applicant will not exceed $100,000.00 with a minimum required matching funds commitment from the department of 20%. Costs exceeding the grant amount shall be the responsibility of the local government. State fire funds may be used for this purpose.
Eligibility:
Certified fire departments.
Deadline:
8 September 2016
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State:
OR
Dep't:
(Cities)
Agency:
City of Portland
Program:
Neighborhood Small Grants Program
Summary:
The Program funds a wide variety of community projects in Portlandís seven neighborhood districts each year. The goal of program is to provide neighborhood and community organizations the opportunity to build community, attract new and diverse members, and sustain those already involved. Grant application and selection will be administered by Portlandís seven neighborhood coalition offices. You need to apply directly to the district coalition office for the area of Portland in which your project/event will take place. While the overall goals and selection criteria are consistent across the city, each of the seven neighborhood coalitions has the flexibility to include additional selection criteria and define its own selection process.
Deadline:
28 February 2017
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Foundation funding opportunities

Funder:
Cape Cod Healthcare
Program:
Community Benefits Program Annual Strategic Grants
Summary:
The FY2016 Annual Strategic Grant RFP will concentrate on Chronic and Infectious Disease and Mental Health, two of the most pervasive and trending health issues impacting residents of Barnstable County as identified in the 2014-2016 Cape Cod Hospital and Falmouth Hospital Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) Report and Implementation Plan1. The focus on these two key issues is intended to maximize the impact of funding, prioritize partnership development and provide measurable outcomes in the region.
Award max.:
$30,000
Eligibility:
Non-profit organizations.
Region:
Barnstable County, Massachusetts
Deadline:
26 August 2016
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Funder:
Fundersí Collaborative on Youth Organizing
Program:
Moment to Movement Fund
Summary:
The Fund will provide one-year grants to youth organizing groups responding to the current moment in ways that build long-term power for low-income young people and young people of color. Given the current moment, priority will be given to proposals for black-led organizing, police accountability, immigrant rights, LGBTQ rights, and non-partisan voter engagement, but are open to other proposals that respond to current threats and opportunities. Both established and new organizations are eligible.
Award max.:
$25,000
Deadline:
9 September 2016
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Funder:
Johnson Foundation, Jimmie
Program:
Team Up For Technology 2016
Summary:
The Foundation is offering one lucky K-12 public or charter school the chance to win a $48,000 technology makeover.
Award max.:
$48,000
Eligibility:
K-12 public and charter schools.
Deadline:
8 September 2016
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Funder:
Knight, John S. and James L. Foundation
Program:
Knight Cities Challenge
Summary:
The Foundation today is seeking new ideas that make the 26 communities where Knight invests more vibrant places to live and work. The challenge is offering $5 million for innovative projects that answer the question: Whatís your best idea to make cities more successful? The Challenge is open to innovators of all types: architects, activists, artists, city planners, entrepreneurs, students, educators, city officials, as well as governments and organizations. The idea should focus on one or all of three key drivers of city success: attracting and retaining talent, expanding economic opportunity, and creating a culture of civic engagement.
Region:
Akron, Ohio; Charlotte, N.C.; Detroit; Macon, Ga.; Miami; Philadelphia; St. Paul, Minn.; and San Jose, Calif; Aberdeen, S.D.; Biloxi, Miss.; Boulder, Colo.; Bradenton, Fla.; Columbia, S.C.; Columbus, Ga.; Duluth, Minn.; Fort Wayne, Ind.; Gary, Ind.; Grand Forks, N.D.; Lexington, Ky.; Long Beach, Calif.; Milledgeville, Ga.; Myrtle Beach, S.C.; Palm Beach County, Fla.; State College, Penn.; Tallahassee, Fla.; and Wichita, Kan.
Deadline:
3 November 2016
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Funder:
Yelp Foundation
Program:
Yelp Foundation Gives Local
Summary:
This contest encourages the public to vote for non-profits in their communities that support the Yelp Foundationís mission of addressing the needs of local communities, including access to information, education, local economic development, and freedom of expression.
Award max.:
$5,000
Deadline:
31 August 2016
URL:
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