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.
The After School Advantage (ASA) program is devoted to providing young people with access to technology in a safe, nurturing afterschool environment, while promoting opportunities in digital learning centers. Proposals are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis.
Impact 100 awards grants in June each year to local charitable organizations. Proposals are solicited for programs or projects in five focus areas: arts, culture & preservation; education; environment & animal welfare; family; and health & wellness. Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis’ funding cycle begins July 1st of each year until June 30th of the next year.
Deadline: December 31, 2022
The Mapt Transformation Challenge is a $100K competitive grant opportunity aimed at helping Indiana nonprofits achieve transformative change in organizational direction or services. Grant recipients will be awarded $75,000 in strategic planning services with Mapt and an additional $25,000 in cash to support the implementation of their plan.
Comprehensive compilation of available funding opportunities including grants, scholarships, awards, and contests to support your programs
List of national/federal, state, and private funding opportunities specifically for STEM education
List of private and federal funding opportunities specifically for STEM education
Search for private and government funding opportunities by state, grade level, and program area. Includes deadlines eligibility requirements, and a brief description of the opportunities.