The Festival Fund supports organizations in the greater Indianapolis area that enrich life by celebrating cultural diversity and expression and showcase the growing number of nationalities represented in Central Indiana. Qualifying community organizations may apply to receive funding to support their international or cultural event in grant awards ranging from $250-$2,000.
Schools, public libraries, and nonprofit organizations who help students that are below grade level or having trouble reading are eligible to apply. Grant funding is provided to assist in implementing or expanding literacy programs; purchasing technology to support literacy; purchasing books, materials, or software for literacy programs.
Half Price Books will consider donation requests from 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and educators that focus on literacy, the environment, or education.
The Duke Energy Foundation accepts grant applications from Indiana nonprofit organizations for $20,000 and less throughout the year on a rolling basis for the focus areas of Vibrant Communities; Climate Resiliency; and Justice, Equity, and Inclusion.
Lyft awards local community grants, in the form of in-app ride credits, on an ongoing basis, as funds become available. Apply now and tell us how Lyft can support your work helping individuals get to where they need to go.
IYI’s Professional Development Grants program offers financial assistance for youth workers to access continuing education that they might not otherwise be able to attend. Funds may be used for conferences, trainings, workshops, or tuition reimbursement.
The RPM Foundation provides funding to organizations committed to teaching young people the specialized skills and knowledge needed to maintain cars, motorcycles, and boats. Applications are reviewed twice a year with deadlines in April and December.
The Clif Bar Family Foundation seeks to provide small grants for non-profit organizations that work on environmental stewardship, youth outdoor physical activity, and service to the community. These grants are awarded for general organizational support as well as funding for specific projects. Applications are reviewed three times a year, with deadlines in February, June, and October.
Saucony is inviting proposals aimed at helping run down the childhood obesity epidemic. Grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded to community-based nonprofit organizations that initiate and support running programs for kids. Deadlines are June 15 and December 15, each year.
IHCDA facilitates “CreatINg Places”, a place-based crowdfunding grant program in which citizens actively support projects and activities through web-based donations which, if the fundraising goal is reached within a set time, are matched by a sponsor.