The Call of Duty Endowment is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public benefit corporation that helps veterans find high quality careers and raises awareness of the value vets bring to the workplace. Nonprofits may apply for Seal of Distinction recognition, which is accompanied by a $30,000 grant and the potential for additional restricted funding, advice, and support.
Seal of Distinction grant applicants must:
For more information or to apply, click here.
The Bill Belichick Foundation is now accepting applications for its $10,000.00 grant program. The stipend will help fund athletic organizations needing financial support. The foundation focuses on football and lacrosse programs across the country that utilize coaching and teambuilding to support athletic leaders of the future.
To apply, applicants:
The D'Addario Foundation's annual grant program is accepting 2018 applications. Funding up to $2,500 is available to support programs that bring music back into communities and schools. The Foundation's objective is to get children playing an instrument as early and as frequently as possible, believing the transformative power of music can drive positive social change . Grant funds are focused on providing music instruction in high-need communities.
Nonprofits that have not previously applied to the foundation must begin the process by completing a Letter of Inquiry (LOI) detailing how the funds will be used, why it's needed and how many children will be served. LOI's are due by July 31, 2018. Funding awarded in this cycle will be made available in the first quarter of 2019.
Preference is given to private nonprofits as opposed to school music programs - however in-school music programs may still submit a letter of inquiry.
Click here to review the online LOI form, or visit the grant website for more information.
The online grant application for the Ribbons of Hope $100,000 grant is open - and due no later than June 4, 2018. Georgia organizations or agencies who wish to apply should seek support for projects or programs that will enrich or enhance the lives of women and/or children in the following areas: health; education; economic independence; social well-being; or human rights.
Eligible organizations will have established 501(c)3 status prior to June 2015, be able to provide 3 years of financial records and have an annual operating budget of $500,000 or greater. Funds requested should be in support of a capital project or program which can be sustained beyond the $100,000 grant award.
Ribbons of Hope - Invest in Women was formed by women executives and community leaders who decided to combine their passion to empower women by pooling their resources. The group of at least 50 women contributors donate $2,000 each annually to fund a $100,000 grant.
The 2018 grant application is open through June 4, 2018, with site visits for selected finalists to occur in the fall and final award made in November 2018.
For more information, or to apply, visit the Ribbons of Hope website.
The Clif Bar Family Foundation is accepting applications for its small grants program to fund general operating expenses or project related expenses for organizations or projects which take a holistic approach to its priority funding areas including:
The application deadline is June 1, 2018. Click here for more information or to apply.
Advocates for education, safety and community development should prepare now to be one of the first 2,000 entries into the State Farm Neighborhood Grants program. The grant application will open on June 6, 2018 at 12:01 PM ET, and will close upon receiving 2,000 applications or on June 15, 2018 at 11:59 pm ET (whichever occurs first).
To prepare in advance for your submission, assemble details of a specific neighborhood project in ONE of the three areas of focus: Education, Safety or Community Development. Be ready to describe how the $25,000 grant will be used and how the grant will impact the community long-term.
State Farm will accept up to 2,000 applications, of which 200 finalists will be selected. The final 40 grant winners will be selected by crowd-sourced voting in your community. Your June 6th submission should also include 3 photos which give life to your cause.
For more information on preparing to apply, visit www.NeighborhoodAssist.com or download the 2018 Submission Guide to help you prepare for June 6th!