The A to Z Grantwriting Newsletter FEBRUARY 2013 at
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Grants up to $50K for Small and midsize nonprofit arts organizations working to improve local arts and cultural offerings. Info and app: http://irvine.org/grantmaking/our-programs/arts-program/current-arts strategy/creativeconnectionsfund
Due Date: August 15. Up to $100K for libraries, museums, nonprofit organizations, institutions of higher education to plan and design Learning Labs to engage middle- and high-school youth in mentor-led, interest-based, youth-centered, collaborative learning using digital and traditional media. Link to Full Announcement: http://www.imls.gov/about/macarthur.shtm
June 13, 14 and 15 (Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday). Visit http://www.atozgrantwriting.com for details. Call LMU Extension at (310) 338-1971 for fees and registration
A to Z Grant Writing “Funding Your Passion” presents a simple, proven system that teaches participants how to prepare, organize and submit regular, ongoing proposals for an effective grantwriting campaign. Participants receive an A to Z Grantwriting Manual with targeted resources, tools and samples, and a personalized list of good match potential funders.
A total of $10K for innovative community-based environmental projects to improve, restore, or protect watersheds, and drinking water in California American Water’s service areas. Info and app http://www.amwater.com/caaw/
MacArthur Foundation How Housing Matters Research Initiative, Deadline: April 8 (Initial Abstracts).March 28, 2011
Grants for nonprofit-affiliated individuals, higher education institutions, and government units researching the relationship of housing to the welfare of aging populations, public safety, violence reduction, and educational outcomes.
Small Pasadena arts organizations may apply for $500 grants to a partner with a Pasadena host institution on Art Night, May 20, 2011.
See grant guidelines at: http://www.artnightpasadena.org/