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  • ‘Grant writing’ as the name suggests is the writing of a grant in order to raise grant or funds for one’s organization or project. Many a on-profit or individual organizations rely on these grants to run their work. There are several types of grants and the reasons for taking them. Such reasons depend on the need of the organization seeking the grant.

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  • Moran Family Foundation Children and Families Facing Poverty Grant ~ supports innovative programs that promote healthy development of at-risk children and at-risk families whose lives are impacted by the challenges of poverty.
  • Google Grants In-Kind Advertising Services to Nonprofits ~ supports organizations that share the company's philosophy of community service worldwide in areas such as science and technology, education, global public health, the environment, youth advocacy, and the arts.
  • Allstate Education and Job Training Fund for Survivors of Domestic Violence ~ The Allstate Foundation has partnered with the National Network to End Domestic Violence Fund to establish the Education and Job Training Assistance Fund.
  • Michael & Susan Dell Foundation Grants Program ~ Established in 1999 with a gift from Michael and Susan Dell, the Foundation has an endowment of more than $1 billion. The foundation funds initiatives and programs that improve the outcomes for children living in urban poverty, with a primary focus on enhancing the quality of public education and children's health.
  • Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership (CGP) Education Grants ~ The Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership (CGP) is pleased to announce funding opportunities for small-scale education initiatives in Southern and Midwestern states. CGP’s Education Program seeks to increase awareness and understanding of Japan in these states through support of teacher training and related programs addressing the needs of the K-12 student and teacher community.
  • WK Kellogg Foundation Grants ~ Grants are made in the four areas of: Health, Food Systems and Rural Development, Youth and Education, and Philanthropy and Volunteerism. All programming in these four interest areas is tailored to meet the needs of each geographic region. Following is a brief description of the Foundation's interests in each region.
  • Open Society Institute Middle East/North Africa Initiatives Program ~ invites grant proposals from organizations around the world in accordance with its project aims. Those aims are to support organizations and their projects that work to foster freedom of expression, access to information, women's rights, the rule of law, local governance, and educational reform in the Middle East.
  • Asian American Arts Alliance Small Organizations Arts Regrants ~ The program will provide grants ranging in size from $1,000 to $3,000 to Asian/Asian American arts groups and artists' collectives that have ties to an Asian/Asian American community.
  • Prudential Foundation Ready Grants ~ provides support to innovative direct-service programs that address the needs of our communities in three areas: Ready to Learn, Ready to Work, and Ready to Live.
  • New York City Opportunities Fund Youth Organizing Grant ~ is open to New York City community organizing groups that are actively engaged in youth organizing, specifically in low-income communities, and will provide small grants to address typically unmet technical assistance needs and/or collaboration projects defined by youth organizing groups.
  • Global Fund for Women Grants ~ aims to support women's groups that advance the human rights of women and girls. GFW works to strengthen women's groups based outside the United States (US) by providing small, flexible, and timely grants ranging from US$500 to US$20,000 for operating and project expenses.
  • Minority Biomedical Research Support Awards ~ awards grants to educational institutions with substantial minority enrollments to support research by faculty members; strengthen the institutions' biomedical research capabilities; and increase the interest, skills, and competitiveness of students and faculty in pursuit of biomedical research careers.
  • Common Counsel Foundation’s Grassroots Exchange Fund ~ provides discretionary small grants to build bridges between grassroots organizations throughout the United States.

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