Two initiatives- one to address social support and connectedness and one to address food insecurity for older adults.
Local governments are eligible for these grants that support research concerning the value /impact of arts.
The NAWCA (North American Wetlands Conservation Act) Small Grants program supports public-private partnerships that involve the long-term protection, restoration, enhancement, or establishment of wetland and associated upland habitats to benefit migratory birds
The PeopleForBikes Community Grant Program supports bicycle infrastructure projects and targeted advocacy initiatives that make it easier and safer for people of all ages and abilities to ride.
The Fundâ€™s Innovation Grants of up to $5,000 are intended to help implement new programs or expand existing programs at local shelters and rescue organizations that will address specific lifesaving categories.
The Local Records Program distributes grant funds to local government agencies to assist them with records management, which includes digitization, security microfilming, supplies/equipment, salary support, and records conservation.
This program provides affordable funding to develop essential community facilities in rural areas.
All fire and rescue departments in the United States are eligible to apply for an FSF equipment grant.
An unusal grant, this one allows Domino's customers to nominate their city for a grant to fill potholes!
The Department of Labor Veteransâ€™ Employment and Training Service (VETS) supports local Stand Down (SD) events that assist homeless veterans by providing a wide variety of employment, social, and health services.
There are eight areas of funding for which an organization, incuding cities, can apply.
NAAG is represented by major golf, recreation, and therapeutic organizations in the United States; organizations that provide services for people with disabilities; and others who advocate for the inclusion of people with disabilities into society.
The Home Depot Foundation offers grant awards up to $5,000 to 501c designated organizations (recognized and in good standing with the IRS for a minimum of one year) and tax-exempt public service agencies in the U.S. that are using the power of volunteers to improve the community.
Cities are eligible for these grants for residental curbside recycling.
Government institutions such as fire departments and schools allowed under Internal Revenue Code 170(c) are also eligible.
Cities that may operate animal shelters or adoption facilities may apply for disaster relief grants.
Grants Strengthen the Intersection of Creativity and Urban Revitalization - Applications may be submitted throughout the year
Priority is given to projects that take root in economically distressed communities.