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10 Grants in Your Community

Wed, May 20, 2015 @ 11:05 AM / by Mary Ross posted in municipality grants, food program grants, literacy grants, literacy, community development, STEM Education, STEAM grants, education grants, STEM, STEM funding, grants for art education, community engagement, art education grant, art grant, health and wellness funding, health and wellness grants

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When looking for grants, you may want to start in your own community.  Many businesses that you frequent regularly have foundations set up to support you.  It is worth your time to consider what your own community has to offer.  Here are 10 big businesses that make it their business to give back.

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10 of the Most Money-Giving Private Foundations:

Wed, May 6, 2015 @ 10:05 AM / by Mary Ross posted in after school program, education funds, community development, community development grant, STEM Education, free grant money, nonprofit grants, grants for education, grants for math education, enviornmental grants, enviornmental funding, STEM funding, nonprofit funding, professional development grant, top ten U.S. foundations, grants for Underprivileged, community engagement, education grant, afterschool program, after school programs, top foundations, grants for environment, foundations, foundation grant, foundation grant money, foundation grants, community grant, grants for envirvonmental projects

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When looking for a grant to fit your organization’s needs, consider both government grants and foundation grants.  While both types can provide the funding you need, government grants can take six months to a year for review while private foundations typically take only three months.  So, if you need a quicker turnaround, you may want to look at which private foundations are giving the most money and consider how you can appeal to those foundations’ goals.  Here are 10 foundations that are giving the most money. 

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More Ways to Find Funding for Dance, Arts

Wed, Oct 15, 2014 @ 18:10 PM / by Michelle Hansen posted in humanities, disability therapy, grants for disabled people, grants for humanities, community engagement, dance education, dance grants, community livability, dance, grants for dance, obesity grants, grant opportunity, grants for the arts, nutrition for kids, art grant, arts grants

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In the past month, we have received an increased number of requests for grants to help fund dance studios and dance education, both for youth and adults. We are happy to share some grants available to fund these areas. We also want to describe how these subjects can be funded by grants using a variety of themes. It can help to apply for grants that focus on the various different types of outcomes your program provides. This approach works not just for dancing programs, but for most any area.  Examples of various themes applied to dance funding appear below.

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