Deadline: March 1, 2024
The Office of Early Childhood and Out-of-School Learning has opened the applications for the School-Age Child Care grant for SFY 2025. The goal of this project is to increase the availability and affordability of high-quality school-age child care. This request for funding seeks applications from public school corporations or licensed and/or regulated 501(c)(3) organizations that offer out-of-school time programming to youth ages 5-14.
Deadline: March 15, 2024
Mapt Solutions’ Transformation Challenge opportunity provides $75,000 in strategic planning services and $25,000 in financial support to help the winning organization reimagine its future direction and take its mission to new heights. The competition is open to any certified 501(c)(3) organization working or planning to work in Indiana.
Nonprofits with real estate needs directly associated with providing essential health and human services in community spaces may be eligible to apply for a matching capital grant. All nonprofits must apply in collaboration with a local IUW Member United Way. Grants will be awarded in two tiers, from $50k-$1.5M. The application window is January 8, 2024-March 31, 2028. Visit the link for more information.
Marion County funding collaborative that provides grants and other resources to support summer programs serving youth. The Fund includes 11 local and national partners that provide support to more than 170 summer programs with a single application form.
Grants aim to improve the quality of life and help meet the needs of the residents of the State of Indiana. Grants support specific capital projects in the areas of: arts and culture, education, health and welfare.
Seeks to help people in need, especially women, children and families; to protect animals and nature; and to enrich community life in the metropolitan areas of Indianapolis and Phoenix.
Lumina Foundation makes grants within the United States and Indiana. Grants focus on awareness, improved access and preparedness for higher education, and increased productivity across the higher education system.
Indiana Humanities oversees a competitive grants program that awards funding to Indiana nonprofit organizations, schools, and other institutions.
Lilly Endowment generally considers proposals in three areas of interest: community development, education, and religion. Also interested in initiatives that benefit youth, that foster philanthropic leadership education among nonprofit institutions, and that promote the causes of philanthropy and volunteerism.
Grants support the development of children ages birth through 18 years old in these Indiana counties – DeKalb, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben and Whitley