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Grants to Help the Homeless

Wed, Aug 29, 2018 @ 13:08 PM / by Vickie Garton-Gundling posted in human services grants, homelessness grants, homeless shelter grants, critical needs, homelessness, grants for Underprivileged, grants for human services, finding funding, Underprivileged, grants for poverty assistance, grants for substance abuse, at risk youth, youth grants, grants for law enforcement, grants for homlessness, grants for homeless shelters, at risk youth grants, grant funding, grant, grant proposal, mental health grants, grants for drug abuse, grants for mental health, substance abuse treatment grants, homeless veterans grants, grants to end homelessness, grants for homelessness, grants for homeless veterans, unemployment grants, unemployment assistance

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Grants to Help the Homeless

While many people experience America as a “land of plenty,” with opportunities and creature comforts abounding, sadly nearly 554,000 people in our country do not have a home (U.S. News, 2017). Many different factors can lead to homelessness, including economic factors, mental health, and situational issues. Therefore, organizations that seek to combat homelessness must use a variety of techniques and offer diverse services to tackle this multifaceted problem. Whether your non-profit agency seeks funding for programs to support immediate basic needs for those who are homeless or to create long-term housing and solutions, a number of different grants are available to help finance this important work to assist some of our nation’s most vulnerable residents.

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Bank of America Economic Mobility Grants

For 2018, Bank of America is offering two different economic mobility-focused grant programs to organizations that assist vulnerable populations, including the homeless:

The first grant program supports non-profit agencies that assist homeless individuals and families. This grant funds a variety of initiatives that directly help the homeless, such as programs that provide the basic needs of food, clothing, and shelter or job-training programs.  Applications for the Economic Mobility Grant are typically due in February of each year.

The second grant program focuses on broader community and social programs, including larger-scale programs whose trickle-down effect will ultimately help reduce homelessness rates. For instance, organizations that seek to build transitional or long-term housing specifically for vulnerable populations, including the homeless, are eligible for this grant opportunity. The application period for this second grant type is usually in the month of June each year.

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Three Top-Funding Foundations and Sectors in the United States

Tue, Dec 2, 2014 @ 14:12 PM / by Michelle Hansen posted in state of grant giving, Ford, human services grants, grants for health, education grants, grants for education, health grants, grant trend, grant sources, foundations, foundation grant, foundation grant money, foundation grants, grant impacts, grants, Gates, Walton, grants for human services

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Out of the $316.2 billion of private giving in the United States in 2012 (latest year for which real numbers are available), 16% came from foundations. (72% was from individuals). Grants from foundations are a major source of funds that support impact-making organizations in the United States. These numbers are according to a report, “Key Facts on U.S. Foundations,” released by the Foundation Center in New York City.  

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