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How Foundation Grants Can Help Small Cities Achieve Strategic Planning Goals

Are you looking to fund a new small-scale project in your city? Did you know that foundation grant makers have historically made grant awards for projects under $50,000 to small cities? Your city could apply for law enforcement equipment, fire services equipment, community garden essentials, capacity building initiatives, and more.

Corporate Foundation Grants - July 2015


Whole Kids Foundation: School Garden Grant Program

https://www.wholekidsfoundation.org/index.php/schools/programs/school-garden-grant-program

Created in partnership with FoodCorps, the School Garden Grant program provides a $2,000 monetary grant to a K-12 school, or a nonprofit working in partnership with a K-12 school, to support a new or existing edible garden on school grounds. Here's an FAQ on the program. The grant application window for this program is September 1-October 31, 2015.

Knight Cities Challenge Program: A Path to Civic Innovation  

Research shows that three things make cities successful: talented people, economic opportunities, and engagement. 

 

What’s your best idea to make cities more successful?

Good Press for Your Grantor

So, you and your staff wrote a great grant application that was awarded. Your CEO wrote a letter thanking the funding agency for their generosity, which was sent along with the signed award documents to the agency in a timely manner.

Now you are all ready to get started on your very important project, right?

Not so fast. If the funding agency was a foundation or a corporation, as opposed to the federal or state government, for instance, you definitely need to take one more step: public acknowledgment of the gift.

What Grant Makers Are Asking When Reviewing Grant Proposals

Often when we write a grant proposal, our mind fixates on "our" needs; but it's important that we focus on what the funder wants to read when they receive our grant requests. In this article, I’ll share some feedback that I received after surveying foundations when collecting research for one of my Grant Writing for Dummies editions.

Grant Award Announcements (May – Early June 2014)

The State of Grant Making in Indiana

What are we to think about the availability of grant funding in and for the state of Indiana? It's a broad question best approached one grantor category at a time: foundations, state agencies, and the federal agencies each take a slightly different grant seeking strategy.

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