Submittable is thrilled to award four grants of $5,000 each to four nonprofit organizations headquartered in the Missoula and Seattle areas. (Two grants will go to Missoula area-based nonprofits and two will go to Seattle area-based nonprofits.)
These grants are intended to support the awardee organization’s technology needs and may be applied toward software, hardware (ex: laptops, wifi routers), internet connectivity costs, IT skills training, and other expenses related to technology.
Grant recipients should be established nonprofits with 501(c)(3) tax status and to whom $5,000 will be impactful.
The application period opens on May 16 and closes on June 30. Decisions and notifications will occur no later than August 1.
ACL’s Administration on Disabilities (AoD) will award under the Projects of National Significance (PNS) program one competitive, five-year cooperative agreement to establish a national, person-centered, culturally competent training center for building capacity in state and local service systems to support individuals with co-occurring intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD) and mental health disabilities living well. The Center will be guided by people with lived experience, including those from underserved communities, and will provide training, peer-to-peer learning, and resources to individuals, family members, and professionals working with people with ID/DD and mental health disabilities, including mental health professionals and direct support professionals. The National Resource and Technical Assistance Center (Center) will also support state agencies by providing resources related to policy development, service design, and service coordination across agencies.
Application due date: Jun 21, 2022
Molina Community Innovation Fund – The Molina Community Innovation Fund was created to help decrease barriers to care, address social determinants of health, and grow integrated care services through innovative pilot programs and expansion of proven services. Molina will invest up to $1 million annually, for 3 consecutive years (2019 – 2021), to strengthen whole-person care.
N2N – Neighbor to Neighbor: South Seattle, Washington – Social determinants of health and social justice grant from the Seattle Foundation. Awarded Quarterly.
Power of Youth Challenge – Through the Power of Youth Challenge, you will receive coaching and support as you develop your project. Every team that signs up will have access to financial support in the form of mini grants of up to $250. The amount of each grant will be determined by project needs.
SAMHSA Grants – The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration provides several grants for funding opportunities that support programs for substance use disorders and mental illness.
Seize the Moment Grants from the Institute for Rural America – Seize the moment grants are for organizing in response to an unanticipated challenge or threat to an organization’s work and/or undertaking urgent action in response to extraordinary conditions. Maximum grant is $250.