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How Grants Are Used

Thu, Sep 15, 2016 @ 12:09 PM / by Tammi Hughes posted in homelessness grants, health grants, homelessness, transportation grants, hunger prevention grants, health grant, hunger relief, transportation, grants for transportation, grants for homlessness, how grants are used, cancer grants

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We aim to give you a plethora of grant opportunities in our blogs. Have you ever thought what happens AFTER a grant gets awarded? What kinds of entities receive the grants, and what kinds of projects or programs are realized with the money? We thought we would give you a look at some of the recently awarded grants in a variety of subject areas, to help you visualize what grant money can mean for your organization.

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Grants for Homelessness Organizations

Thu, May 19, 2016 @ 11:05 AM / by Michelle Hansen posted in homelessness grants, nonprofit grants, homeless shelter grants, homelessness, nonprofit funding, nonprofit, non-profit, grants for nonprofits, grants for homlessness, grants for homeless shelters

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It’s hard to not have a home to call your own, a warm place to lay your head at night. Yet in January 2015, 564,708 people were homeless on a given night in the United States. Of that number, 206,286 were people in families according to the National Alliance to End Homelessness.

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Grant Funding Requests in FY 2016 Federal Government Budget

Thu, Feb 5, 2015 @ 15:02 PM / by Michelle Hansen posted in education, homelessness grants, budget, educational funding, education grants, education funding, educational grants, grants for education, federal grants, HUD homes, homelessness, grants for housing, HUD grants, transportation grants, government grant budget, government spending, education grant, government grant, grants for agriculture, FY2016 budget, grants, transportation, grants for transportation, TIGER program

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President Obama recently released his $4 trillion Fiscal Year 2016 federal budget, a wish list of items he wants to pursue in his last full year in office. It’s only a wish list because it must be passed by politicians on both sides of the aisle. After that, any approved amounts have to be turned into funding programs and announcements.  So while this budget is anything but definite there are several points of interest for the grant world. Theoretically, you will have plenty of time to prepare for any resulting requests for proposals. FY 2016 is from October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016.  

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