City of Valdez Secures $880,000 Child Care Community Innovation Grant
VALDEZ, AK - According to a press release issued by the City of Valdez on Wednesday, November 29, 2023, in a significant development for the City of Valdez, an $880,000 Child Care Community INNOVATION Grant has been awarded, signaling a pivotal step toward addressing the pressing child care needs within the community.
California Clears Thousands of Encampments, Invests $300M to Relocate People: What's Next?
California has recently made significant progress in addressing the issue of homelessness by removing 5,679 encampments and allocating $415 million to help move individuals out of these encampments and into housing. Building on this success, the state has now announced an additional $299 million in funding to assist an estimated 10,000 individuals experiencing homelessness further.
Promote Fishing & Conservation w/ Vamos A Pescar
Please refer to the official Vamos A Pescar grant program application form for more detailed instructions. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is excited to announce the opening of applications for the Vamos A Pescar community grant program. This program seeks to support fishing programs, classes, and activities that educate and engage a diverse group of participants, spanning different generations and languages, who are new to fishing, boating, and aquatic stewardship in California. The primary objective is to increase awareness, participation, and advocacy for conservation activities in the state, particularly concerning fishing. This guideline aims to provide a framework for creating engaging and informative blog content that effectively communicates the requirements and benefits of the Vamos A Pescar grant program.
Chicago Area Receives $10 million From Federal Government for New Biotech Hub
National Institutes of Health backs initiative to retain local medical researchers, boost biomedical innovation in Chicago. The federal government has committed to funding a novel Chicago-area hub, primarily aimed at retaining local medical researchers and fostering accelerated innovation in the biomedical sector. This endeavor holds the potential to expedite the transformation of research findings into commercial products while bolstering job creation in the region.
$5 Million to Support Animal Shelter Upgrades
This week is Animal Shelter Appreciation Week. In line with the appreciation week, New York State Governor Kathy Hochul recently announced the allocation of roughly $5 million for critical infrastructure upgrades and the support of human societies and animal shelters.
Mecklenburg Co. HOMES program extended until Dec. 15
Mecklenburg County's Helping Out Mecklenburg Homeowners with Economic Support program will be accepting applications until December 15, 2023. According to the program's website, applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis until funds are exhausted.
Maximizing Efficiency: The Top 5 Sectors That Need Grants Management Software
Grants management is an essential aspect for many businesses, especially those involved in nonprofit work, research, or community development. Managing Grants efficiently can be a daunting task without the right tools. In this comprehensive guide, we will explore the top five business sectors that can significantly benefit from Grants management software.
Lehigh Valley Misses Out on $75M Tech Hub Designation; Philadelphia Secures Spot
LEHIGH VALLEY, Pa. - The aspirations of Lehigh Valley to be recognized as a Technology and Innovation Hub by the federal government were left unfulfilled. The recent announcement by the Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation (LVEDC) confirmed the news.
Create 600 Housing Units: IHIP Grant Recipients in Colorado
IHIP Grant Recipients to Boost Colorado's Housing Market and Economy. Governor Jared Polis recently announced the third round of IHIP grant recipients, signaling a significant step towards addressing Colorado's pressing housing shortage. With innovative manufacturing methods at play, these grants are set to create 600 new housing units, which will not only alleviate the housing crisis but also strengthen Colorado's economic competitiveness. In this blog post, we'll delve into the significance of this initiative and address some pertinent comments made by the public.
Grant funding going to Nebraska tribes to improve collaboration with state
LINCOLN - A new $2.5 million grant between Nebraska tribes and the state will be used to support efforts to reduce the number of indigenous children involved in the child welfare system.
Grant funding going to schools locally and statewide
LINCOLN - Norfolk Middle School along with other Northeast Nebraska schools are just some of the 69 schools receiving grant funding from the EducationQuest Foundation. According to the Foundation, nearly $45,000 is being awarded to these schools and the money is to be used to support college visits for 8th graders.
Green Bay Secures $6 Million in Grants for Shipyard Redevelopment and Cleanup
Green Bay is poised to receive a substantial boost of $6 million in federal grants, paving the way for the revitalization of a contaminated former sheet metal factory site and the enhancement of public amenities in the Shipyard redevelopment area.
2023 PIE-RESJ Grant Program: Addressing Racial Disparities
Dane County has launched the 2023 Partners in Equity Racial Equity & Social Justice (PIE-RESJ) Grant program to address racial disparities in the criminal justice system. Community-based organizations can now apply for grants to fund programs or initiatives focusing on racial inequalities in criminal justice, as well as health, education, and employment. The program, which was initiated in 2015, has been instrumental in creating positive change in the community. Individual organizations can apply for up to $15,000, while partnerships or collaborations between eligible organizations can apply for up to $50,000. Interested organizations can access the necessary materials using the provided link or request a paper copy via email or phone. The deadline for applications is 4 p.m. on October 23, and they can be submitted either by mail or in person at the Office for Equity and Inclusion. This office also plays a crucial role in addressing disparities in race, gender, disability, worker's rights, and provides guidance to County departments on equity-related matters.
Second round of state grants from settlements with opioid makers/distributors, totaling nearly $14M
Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced the latest round of funding from the Kentucky Opioid Abatement Advisory Commission on Monday, with 34 organizations set to receive nearly $14 million.
USC Awarded $26.9M by DOD to Drive Domestic Microelectronics Development
To significantly reduce reliance on foreign microelectronics and enhance national security, the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) has granted the University of Southern California (USC) a substantial $26.9 million funding. This investment aims to establish an innovation hub to spearhead the development of microelectronic technologies, safeguarding the nation from supply chain risks. USC's innovation hub, operating under the CHIPS Act, is set to play a pivotal role in revitalizing semiconductor manufacturing in the United States. With a focus on various cutting-edge areas, USC's initiative will contribute to advancements in electromagnetic warfare, secure computing, artificial intelligence hardware, 5G and 6G wireless technology, and quantum technology.
California's Grants to Fight Organized Retail Theft: Oakland Left Out
$267M Grant Given by California, but Oakland Misses Out. Crime-ridden city Misses Deadline. Typical!. The Golden State's organized retail theft fighting grants have effectively cut crime rates state-wide. Although, despite the encouraging news, one unfavorable circumstance looms - Oakland, a city crippled by insufficiencies and rampant crime, has missed out on receiving any grants. In this article, we'll investigate the particulars of California's financial aid scheme and showcase Oakland's difficulties. We'll additionally explore the costs of Oakland's inability to secure the grant funding and discuss how it could affect the city's fight against organized retail theft.
Oakland Misses Out on Crime-Fighting Funds
Oakland Misses Out on Crime-Fighting Funds Due to Application Deadline Oversight. In a concerning turn of events, Oakland finds itself grappling with the consequences of missing a crucial application deadline, which has cost the city millions of dollars in potential grant funds aimed at combating rising crime rates.
Wake County, NC Rehabilitation Grant Program for Homeowners Including Elderly and Disabled
Wake County is offering two different grants to its community. That we believe you should know about before they are no longer available. These grants are great for help to homeowners that want to continue to live in their own homes safely, as the communities in the county continue to grow.
UI Chicago receives grant for climate & electrochemistry programs
Chicago, IL - The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) is set to bolster its Summer Institute Climate and the Environment (SICE) and the Next Generation Electrochemistry (NGenE) summer programs in 2023 and 2024, thanks to a generous grant of $50,000 from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.