Deadline: February 10, 2023
With support from Indiana Department of Education, Indiana Department of Health will be offering this four-month opportunity to provide funding to local parks departments, not-for-profits, and community groups that work in parks or other outdoor spaces to receive staff training on mental health and/or create youth programming in outdoor spaces that positively impact mental health and physical activity.
Deadline: January 30, 2023
The National Afterschool Association is looking for a diverse group of OST professionals to vet online resources. Awarded applicants will receive a $3,000 stipend to acknowledge time spent and offset travel costs. The cohort will learn from and share with peers about strategies for finding, adapting, and implementing free online resources.
Deadline: February 17, 2023
The Indiana Youth Institute is now accepting applications for their College & Career Consulting Grant program, in order to support implementation of College & Career initiatives or programs to build stronger pathways into postsecondary education. IYI is offering consulting opportunities, which provides services valued at over $3,000 per organization.
Deadline: February 1, 2023
On behalf of the New York Life Foundation, the Afterschool Alliance invites out-of-school time programs to apply for a competitive grant opportunity to support and bolster the ability of afterschool and summer learning programs to help prepare middle school students for success in high school, college, and life.
Deadline: January 6, 2023
The USDA is awarding up to $12 million in competitive grants in support of planning, developing, and implementing farm to school programs. Schools, state and local agencies, Indian tribal organizations, small to medium-sized agricultural producers or groups of producers, and nonprofit organizations are eligible to apply.
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.