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Park and Playground Grants

Noah's Park and Playgrounds has long been committed to providing exciting and challenging park and playground spaces for our customers. We recognize our customers occasionally need financial assistance to build these exciting spaces. We try to bring you up-to-date grant links, and hopefully potential funding for your project. Securing funding for your park and playground projects would allow your community to become active sooner rather than later.

Fund raising for any projects takes time, sometimes many months or years. Grants can be the very thing to bring renewed excitement to these projects. Scroll through the grant links below, but don't stop there!  Often times the best (and fastest) funding resources can be found right in your own backyard. Look to local civic clubs and groups such as: Rotary, Kiwanas, Masons, Veteran Lodges/Groups, or even local businesses such as banks, local stores, insurance agencies, etc.  Many times these types of businesses are often willing to be a part of the funding solution when a park or playground benefits the entire town.

 

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Park and Playground Grants:


National Recreation and Park Association - Meet Me at the Park Play Spaces Grant

Award Amount: Varies  
Deadline: Rolling
Learn More Here

NRPA provides additional communities with increased access to inclusive play spaces in local parks for children and families.


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Educational Grants:


United States Department of Education - Carol M. White Physical Education Progam Grant

Award Amount: $100,000 - $750,000
Deadline: TBD 
Learn more here

The Carol M. White Physical Education Program (PEP) provides grants to school districts and community-based organizations to initiate, expand, or enhance physical education and nutrition programs, including after-school, for students in kindergarten through 12th grade. Successful PEP grant recipients implement standards-based and field tested physical education and nutrition programs, and we would love to help your district reach your PEP grant goals.



Charter Growth Fund 

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling 
Learn more here

Funding nonprofit organizations that run some of the top charter schools in their communities and are redefining what is possible in America’s public schools.



The Safeway Foundation

Award Amount: $2,500 - $10,000
Deadline: Rolling
Learn More Here

The Safeway Foundation supports numerous youth development organizations as well as a broad range of afterschool and physical education programs. Local grants are reviewed biannually. For grant requests that are national or multi-regional in scope, requests are reviewed on a quarterly basis.



Edward E. Ford Foundation Grant

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Sept. 15, March 1, April 1     
Learn More Here

The foundation awards grants annually to the National Assn. of Independent Schools-member independent secondary schools and to NAIS member associations to improve high school achievement Proposals from associations must support programs affecting the work of students and faculty in independent secondary schools.  Support is not provided for administrative costs. It is open to a variety of needs and priorities, including buildings (including libraries), curriculum. All school grant awards require a matching component. The Board meets three times a year to consider proposals November, April and June. Deadlines for submitting proposals for these agendas are September 15, March 1 and April 1, respectively.


USDA Food and Nutrition Service - HealthierUS School Challenge 

Award Amount: $500 - $2,000
Deadline: Rolling
Learn More Here

The HealthierUS School Challenge (HUSSC) is a voluntary certification initiative established in 2004 to recognize those schools participating in the National School Lunch Program that have created healthier school environments through promotion of nutrition and physical activity. Monetary incentive awards are available for each HUSSC award level: Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Gold Award of Distinction. Schools can submit an application at any time during the year.



Lowe's Charitable and Educational Foundation - School Improvement Grant


Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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The Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation is dedicated to improving the communities we serve through support of public education and community improvement projects. Founded in 1957, the Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation (LCEF) has a long and proud history of contributing to grassroots community projects. LCEF awards millions annually to diverse organizations across the United States.Primary philanthropic focus areas are: Community improvement projects, and Public Education, priority is given to K-12 public schools



National Education Foundation - Student Achievement Grant

Award Amount: $2,000 - $5,000
Deadline: February 1, June 1, October 15
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Learning & Leadership grants support public school teachers, public education support professionals, and/or faculty and staff in public institutions of higher education to fund participation in high-quality professional development experiences, such as summer institutes or action research. All professional development must improve practice, curriculum, and student achievement.


 
Richard Davoud Donchian Foundation Grant

Award Amount: $2,000 - $50,000
Deadline: Rolling
Learn More Here

With an interest in rethinking and reconfiguring curriculum, pedagogy, and the other academic resources in schools and communities, the Foundation focuses on programs that work toward long-term improvement in all aspects of education, but with an emphasis on literacy. The majority of the Richard Donchian Foundation’s grantmaking is focused in the northeastern United States, although grants may be made in other regions of the country.



Reiman Foundation Grant

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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The Reiman Foundation focuses its giving in four main areas: Health Care, Education, The Arts & Children. Nonprofit organizations are eligible to apply. We review and make decisions on applications received on an ongoing basis throughout the year.


Haliburton Foundation - Education, Health and Social Service Grant  

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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Grant proposals from U.S. based non-profit organizations that serve the following areas: Education, Health and Social Services that are health-related.



Sarkeys Foundation
  

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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A private, charitable foundation, incorporated under the laws of the State of Oklahoma and operated exclusively for providing support through gifts and grants to charitable, scientific, and educational institutions.

 

Southern Oklahoma Memorial Foundation  

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
Learn More Here


Gives priority to grant requests that support medical or health-related issues and education.  As well as Education, Social Services and Civic/Cultural Activities that contribute to the quality of life in OK.



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Disability Grants:

 

May & Stanley Smith Charitable Trust Grant

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling  (Letter of Inquiry required)
Learn more here

The May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust seeks to foster healthy development and future independence by increasing opportunities for children and youth. Among the programs of greatest interest to the Trust are those offering direct services to disadvantaged children and youth such as Academic enrichment and support, Mentoring and youth leadership programs, and Recreational programs and camps incorporating youth development objectives. The May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust makes grants to nonprofit organizations that are tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code. There is a two-stage application process: an online letter of inquiry (LOI) submission followed by an invited full proposal submission.

 

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Outdoor/Musical Classroom Grants:

 

Project Learning Tree - Greenworks Grant

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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For schools and youth organizations for environmental service learning projects that link classroom learning to the real world.


 
US Environmental Protection Agency - Environmental Education Grant

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
Learn More Here

Environmental education increases public awareness and knowledge about environmental issues or problems. In doing so, it provides the public with the necessary skills to make informed decisions and take responsible action. 

 

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Childhood Obesity Grants:

 

Children's Obesity Fund

Award Amount:  Varies
Deadline:   Rolling
Learn more here
 

The Children’s Obesity Fund seeks to educate parents and children about the rising obesity rates in America, reverse the statistics and dangerous trends, and help prevent the next generation from continuing down this alarmingly unhealthy road. The fund would like to give money and support nonprofit organizations who share the goal of eliminating the epidemic of childhood obesity.

 

American Heart Association & Robert Wood Foundation - Childhood Obesity & Rapid Response Fund 

Award Amount: $15,000 - $100,000
Deadline: Rolling
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The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the American Heart Association, and a team of experts from across the childhood obesity movement have teamed up through the Childhood Obesity Rapid Response Fund. The mission of the fund is to make effective strategic investments in ongoing state, local, and tribal public policy campaigns in order to increase public policy impact on healthy weight and living among children. This funding is mostly targeted at passage of new public policy, however proposals for defense of existing critical policy as well as addressing policy implementation deficiencies are also eligible. Grants will be made only to non-profit organizations. A phone consultation prior to submitting a step-one application is required.

 

Michael and Susan Dell Foundation Health and Education Grant

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Vary by location
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The Michael & Susan Dell Foundation’s primary goal is to support and initiate programs that directly serve the needs of children living in urban poverty. Priority is given to initiatives addressing children’s health, education, and micro-finance, as well as initiatives in India and Central Texas that specifically address the needs of children. The Foundation is determined to reverse the trend in childhood obesity by supporting national school-based programs that engage teachers, students and their community in healthy eating choices and regular physical activity. To apply for a grant, go to www.MSDF.org and then to the Grants tab.

 

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Sun Safety and Awareness Grants:


American Academy of Dermatology - AAD Shade Structure Grant  

Amount: Up to $8,000
Deadline: September 1 Open Date (Rolling)
Learn More Here

The AAD Shade Structure Grant Program awards grants of up to $8,000 to public schools and non-profit organizations for installing permanent shade structures for outdoor locations that are not protected from the sun, such as playgrounds, pools or recreation spaces. In addition to the grant, the AAD also provides a permanent sign for display near the shade structure. 




American Academy of Dermatology - Shade Structure Program

Award Amount: Up to $8,000 
Learn More Here

The American Academy of Dermatology's (AAD) Shade Structure Program awards funds to schools, day-cares, parks, and other non-profit organizations for installing permanent shade structures where children learn and play.

 

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Child Welfare Grants:

 

Child Welfare Foundation Grant

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: July 15, annually 
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Grants are available to contribute to the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual welfare of children through the dissemination of knowledge about new and innovative organizations and/or their programs designed to benefit youth. Grants must have the potential of helping American children in a large geographic area (more than one state). Grants are awarded only to nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations. Applications are accepted from May 1 to be 3rd postmarked no later than July 15 of the current year.

 

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Community Development Grants:

 

United States Department of Education - 21st Century Community Learning Center

Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling                  
Learn more here

This 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.  The program helps students meet state and local student standards in core academic subjects, such as reading and math; offers students a broad array of enrichment activities that can complement their regular academic programs, including recreation and physical activity; and offers literacy and other educational services to the families of participating children. Awards are made to State Educational Agencies (SEAs). Local education agencies (LEAs) and nonprofit organization may apply to states for sub-grants.


 

Henry E. Niles Foundation Community Grant

Award Amount: $2,000 - $100,000
Deadline: Rolling        
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The mission of the Henry E. Niles Foundation is to help in the nurturing and uplifting of people in need by strengthening education, fighting economic hardships through self-help opportunities, and enhancing public health. The Foundation is offering grants to organizations that promote partnerships and collaborative efforts among multiple groups and organizations. The majority of grant-making is focused in the northeast, but occasionally grants may be awarded in other regions of the country. Applicants must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

 

Wells Fargo Community Grant

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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Wells Fargo offers grants in the areas of community development, education, and human services. Non-profit organizations and educational programs in the Wells Fargo service area are eligible to apply. To learn how to apply for a grant or sponsorship, visit the Wells Fargo website and click on your state for specific guidelines.

 

The Coca-Cola Foundation Community Support Program

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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The Coca-Cola Foundation aims to make a greater impact on the communities Coca-Cola serves around the world by being responsive to the citizenship priorities of the communities in which we live and work. The Coca Cola Foundation is interested in funding organizations in these areas: Water stewardship, healthy active living, community recycling, and education. Healthy active living includes providing access to exercise, physical activity and nutritional programs. 

 

EQT Foundation Grant

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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EQT Foundation is committed to helping communities prosper by supporting education for our children; encouraging the development of safe, healthy, diverse neighborhoods; supporting the environment and preservation of local natural resources; and sponsoring local programs that promote greater understanding and appreciation of arts and culture.

 

James M. Cox Foundation Grant

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: March 1, July 1, November 1
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The James M. Cox Foundation provides funding for capital campaigns and special projects in communities where Cox Enterprises Inc. does business. The Foundation is concentrating its community support in several priority areas: Conservation and Environment; Early Childhood Education; Empowering Families and Individuals for Success; Health. Organizations must be federally tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code with non-private foundation status, or an equivalent government entity under section 170 (c)(1);and located in the United States and in an area where Cox Enterprises, Inc. does business. The deadlines for receipt of applications are March 1st, July 1st and November 1st.

 

Kaiser Permanente National Grant

Award Amount: Varies  
Deadline: Rolling
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Kaiser Permanente National grants are made to programs that serve multiple Kaiser Permanente regions and/or have a national impact on health and policy. Complete details on the national grant program eligibility as well as the program application are available through Kaiser Permanente’s website. Applications are reviewed on a quarterly basis throughout the year.

 

W.K. Kellogg Foundation Grant

Award Amount: $10,000 - $600,000
Deadline: Rolling
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The Kellogg Foundation makes grants to organizations that embrace a similar mission of creating communities, systems, and nations in which all children have an equitable and promising future; one in which all children thrive. Our grants will fund programs and projects that support children, families, and communities as they strengthen and create conditions that propel children to achieve success as individuals and as contributors to the larger community and society. Promising ventures throughout the country are eligible to apply, with a special focus on Michigan, Mississippi and New Mexico.

 

The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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Accepting requests for support from community-based non-profit organizations located in the United States. 

 

CVS Health – Volunteer Challenge Grant

Award Amount: $500 to $5000
Deadline: Rolling
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Volunteer Challenge Grants are awarded on behalf of individuals who volunteer 15, 25 or 100 or more hours of service, to teams that volunteer more than 50 hours of service, and to both individuals and teams who fundraise for a charitable run, walk or ride event.

 

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation 

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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Their focus is improving the lives of low-income and vulnerable people by supporting organizations that provide direct services in the areas of HousingHealthJobs, and Education. Requests for funding should align with the Foundation’s grantmaking priorities within at least one of those four focus areas. Specific strategies for two of the Foundation’s Priority Communities, Israel and Rural Communities, have been completed. As indicated, strategies for other Priority Communities are still being developed and will be shared as soon as possible.

 

Oklahoma City Community Foundation  

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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Offers community grant programs for Parks, Public Spaces, Wellness and more 

 

Kirkpatrick Foundation  

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
Learn More Here

Available to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations serving Central OK, primarily the Oklahoma City metro area. 



Bank of the West   

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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Available to public, nonprofit charitable organizations and agencies that are exempt from federal taxes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. High priority is placed on grants that benefit low- to moderate-income individuals and communities.

 

Communities Foundation of Oklahoma   

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Varies
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Dedicated to improving the lives of all Oklahoma residents, both urban and rural.  By helping build up our non-profit organizations through grants from our Oklahoma Initiative Fund, we give back to our communities by strengthening those who are helping others.  Through our numerous scholarships, we are helping build up our students across the state by allowing them to continue their education.

 

Fred Jones Family Foundation  

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: April of current year
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FJFF is a non-profit and charitable foundation, is dedicated to support the 501(c)(3) organizations that increase the quality of life in central Oklahoma through projects dedicated to cultural growth and beautification.  Areas of funding interest include Education, Central Oklahoma, Arts and Beautification.


The Gelvin Foundation

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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A grant that supports a great variety of programs, and currently focus our support on organizations within a thirty-mile radius of Tulsa or Eufaula whose programs primarily benefit the citizens in these areas. To be eligible for consideration, an organization must be registered under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code or its equivalent.

 

H.A. and Mary K. Chapman Charitable Trust/The Mary K. Chapman Foundations   

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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Though not limited geographically, most grants and public service are within Oklahoma and Colorado. Grants to human services and civic and community programs and projects are primarily focused in the areas of Tulsa and Colorado Springs.  

 

Hardesty Family Foundation  

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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At this time Hardesty Family Foundation, Inc. is primarily focused on large capital grants in the Tulsa area which are hand selected by the Board. Arts, workforce development, civic projects, mental health, addiction recovery, wellness and court system changes are among other significant focus areas.

 

Kerr Foundation  

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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The focus is to identify and support 501(c)(3) organizations and institutions that provide new or enhanced opportunities for those within the granting areas, particularly the young.  Specific areas: Education, Health, Cultural Development and Community Service

 

Potts Family Foundation

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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The focus is to increase the effectiveness of nonprofits in improving their communities.  Another focus in on greater investment of people and dollar resources on early childhood.

 

The Grace and Franklin Bernsen Foundation  

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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The focus is charitable, educational, literary, religious, scientific purposes or prevention of cruelty to children.  

 

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Ministry Grants:

 

Dew Foundation

Award Amount: Varies 
Deadline: September of current year         
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Contributes to ministries, health, relief, education, community service, welfare, and arts organizations.

 

The J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation Grant

Award Amount: Varies 
Deadline: Rolling         
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The purposes of the Foundation are to aid Christian religious organizations, charitable organizations, institutions of higher learning, hospitals and other organizations of a general charitable nature.

 

Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation Education Grant

Award Amount: $1,000 - $10,000
Deadline: Rolling
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The BNSF Foundation offers grants to support youth organizations, educational institutions, health and human services, civic services, and cultural organizations. Your organization, or program, should exist in or serve a community near one of BNSF’s rail lines to be eligible to apply for grants. Please refer to the BNSF system map on the Foundation website to determine whether you are located on a BNSF route.

 

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Health/Physical Fitness Grants:

 

The Finish Line Youth Foundation Grant

Award Amount: $1,000 - $5,000 
Deadline: Rolling         
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The Finish Line Youth Foundation supports youth programs that are effective and inclusive, funding opportunities for participation in youth programs that place an importance on youth development and an active lifestyle. Grants generally range from $1,000 to $5,000, although the Foundation may occasionally make significant, larger grants to maximize funding impacts in its interest areas. Applicants will be accepted on a quarterly basis.

 

NFL Foundation - Fuel Up to Play 60 Grant   

Award Amount: Up to $4,000
Deadline: Spring each year
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Funding to improve the healthy eating and physical activity opportunities at your school.


MetLife Foundation Healthy Habits Grant

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: Rolling
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MetLife Foundation supports projects to empower people to lead healthy, productive lives and strengthen communities. The Foundation makes grants in health, education, civic affairs and culture. Underlying the Foundation’s programs is a focus on education at all ages and a commitment to increasing access and opportunity.  The Healthy Habits program seeks to promote healthy habits and physical fitness for illness prevention, especially among children. Requests are accepted and reviewed throughout the year.

 

Lids Foundation - Healthy Lifestyle/Sports Grant 

Award Amount: $1,000 - $5,000
Deadline: Rolling
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With a mission to support young people in our communities, the LIDS Foundation works to engage them in sports-related activities. These activities promote active and healthy lifestyles as well as leadership and growth opportunities. The LIDS Foundation turns this belief into action primarily through offering resources, be it in the manner of time, expertise, funds, or materials, to non-profit organizations whose goals and values align with those of the LIDS Foundation.

 

Cigna Foundation - World of Difference Grant

Award Amount: $75,000 - $125,000
Deadline: Rolling
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Voices for Healthy Kids is a new collaboration between the American Heart Association and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation working to engage, organize and mobilize people to improve the health of their communities and revere the childhood obesity epidemic. Voices for Healthy Kids Strategic Campaign Fund is awarding grants with a mix of lobbying and non-lobbying resources to support strategic issue advocacy campaigns focused on fighting childhood obesity through state, local, and tribal public policy campaigns aligned with the Voices for Healthy Kids policy priorities. Six awards for up to a maximum of $90,000 per award is available for 501(c)(3) organizations to support strategic issue advocacy campaigns focused on fighting childhood obesity aligned with six advocacy priorities. Applicants will be evaluated by an independent review committee and announcement of awards will be made approximately 6 to 8 weeks after submission.

 

Rite Aid Foundation - Health and Wellness Grant

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: October 15, January 15, April 15
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The Rite Aid Foundation is offering funding to nonprofit organizations that focus on health and wellness in the communities in which Rite Aid operates. The Foundation accepts proposals throughout the year and the submission deadlines for our quarterly board meetings are as follows: July 15, October 15, January 15 and April 15.

 


Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, American Heart Association - Voices for Healthy Kids 

Award Amount: $90,000
Deadline: Rolling
Learn More Here

Voices for Healthy Kids is a new collaboration between the American Heart Association and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation working to engage, organize and mobilize people to improve the health of their communities and revere the childhood obesity epidemic. Voices for Healthy Kids Strategic Campaign Fund is awarding grants with a mix of lobbying and non-lobbying resources to support strategic issue advocacy campaigns focused on
fighting childhood obesity through state, local, and tribal public policy campaigns aligned with the Voices for Healthy Kids policy priorities. Six awards for up to a maximum of $90,000 per award is available for 501(c)(3) organizations to support strategic issue advocacy campaigns focused on fighting childhood obesity aligned with six advocacy priorities. Applicants will be evaluated by an independent review committee and announcement of
awards will be made approximately 6 to 8 weeks after submission.

 

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Other General Grants:

 

Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation - Education Grant

Award Amount: $1,000 - $10,000
Deadline: Rolling
Learn more here

The BNSF Foundation offers grants to support youth organizations, educational institutions, health and human services, civic services, and cultural organizations. Your organization, or program, should exist in or serve a community near one of BNSF’s rail lines to be eligible to apply for grants. Please refer to the BNSF system map on the Foundation website to determine whether you are located on a BNSF route.

 

Dr. Scholl Foundation Grant

Award Amount: Varies

Deadline: March 1, annually
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The Dr. Scholl Foundation is dedicated to providing financial assistance to organizations committed to improving our world. Applications for grants are considered in the following areas: Education, Social Service, Healthcare, Civic and cultural, Environmental. Grants are considered on an annual basis. The Dr. Scholl Foundation application form can be submitted between November 1 and March 1 of the following year.

 

Harry Chapin Foundation Grant

Award Amount: Up to $10,000
Deadline: Rolling
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The Harry Chapin Foundation will fund only 501(c)(3) not for profit programs that operate in the United States that will fall within the areas of: Community Education Programs, Arts-In-Education Programs or Agricultural and Environmental Programs. Grant sizes range from a few hundred dollars to our maximum of $10,000. The Foundation Board meets three times per year on an as needed basis.

 


State Farm Good Neighbor Citizenship Company Grant

Award Amount: Varies
Deadline: October of the current year
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We make it our business to be like a good neighbor, helping to build safer, stronger and better educated communities across the United States. Through our company grants, we focus on three areas: safety, education, and community development.

 

The Grantsmanship Center 
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A great training tool for how to prepare for grant proposal. 

 

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A Rolling deadline typically means the grant is awarded on an ongoing, repeated basis, and new deadlines are issued throughout the year. If you find you have missed a deadline, look for the next one coming up.  

If you find a new grant or funding opportunity not listed or one recently made available please let us know so we can make certain everyone is made aware. Also if you have a success story regarding a grant or funding opportunity we passed on, please share it with us so we can track accordingly.