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HUD's $150 Million for Permanent Housing for the Needy

On Monday, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced that it would award $150 million in rental assistance to 25 state housing agencies to help prevent thousands of individuals with disabilities from being unnecessarily institutionalized or possibly becoming homeless. In turn, the state agencies will provide permanent affordable rental housing and needed supportive services to nearly 4,600 households with extremely low-income persons with disabilities, many of whom are hoping to transition out of institutional settings back to the community.   

21st Century Community Learning Centers: Grant Wins and Webinar

Congratulations to the recipients of the U.S. Department of Education's 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) education grants! This grant program supports the creation of community learning centers that provide academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours for children, particularly students who attend high-poverty and low-performing schools.

$9.2 Million in California State Grants Available to Fight Gangs

The Board of State and Community Corrections has released the RFP for city gang-fighting grants available through the California Gang Reduction, Intervention and Prevention Program (CalGRIP). The $9,215,000 annual grant program is designed to reduce gang and youth violence. Applications must be made by cities, which administer the grants, with funding then allocated to community-based organizations (CBOs) and public agencies that target youth, and law enforcement agencies, and probation departments that engage in suppression strategies. Of the total funding available through this program, $1 million is allocated to the City of Los Angeles through a noncompetitive Request for Application process.

Grant News Grab Bag: Webinar, Survey, New Grant Writing Articles

The "Grant News Grab Bag" series provides summaries of grant-related news.

The State of Grant Funding in Arkansas: Part 1

This is the first installment of a three-part series on grant funding in Arkansas.  Part 1 focuses on charitable giving in Arkansas. Part 2 will discuss national foundations and federal programs of interest to Arkansas nonprofit organizations and state and local governments. Part 3 will outline the five things all entities must do to garner external grant funding for their programs and operations.

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.

Federal Grants and Florida: A Spending Deficit

In 2010, the state of Florida received some of the most generous funding amounts of any state from the federal government in the form of direct expenditures, including grant support, as it has for quite some time. But it never seems to be enough (in spite of the many calls for cuts to federal spending coming from state politicians, including many of Florida’s). Its citizens are repeatedly told that there isn’t enough money for things like education, infrastructure, housing, and so forth.

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