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The following resources are identified for general informational purposes only and are compiled with publicly available information or with information provided by sources that are publicly obtainable.?Please view this document as only a starting point for individual research. The user should always directly consult the provider of a potential resource for current program information and to verify the applicability of a particular program. Financial ResourcesDeadlineProgram Title/WebsiteMAX-TRAX Resource Record LinkDescriptionEligibility DescriptionApplication ProcessFunding InformationContact InformationAug-26-2020NEH - FY20 Fellowship Programs at Independent Research Institutions (45.161) RR-21051Supports institutions that provide fellowships devoted to advanced study & research in the humanities in the United States and abroad, foster communities of intellectual exchange among participating scholars, & provide access to resources.Eligibility: Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, State, Territory, TribeTotal Funding: $1,900,000Award Ceiling: $400,000Expected Number of Awards:10Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No fpiri@202-606-8200Aug-27-2020Common Counsel Foundation with Native Americans in Philanthropy - FY20 Native Voices Rising (27 August 2020) RR-21188Native Voices Rising Grants provide general operating support to strengthen Native-led organizations that are improving the lives of their community members. Eligibility: TribeIf your organization fits all or most of the above eligibility criteria, then you may submit an online application to Common Counsel Foundation. Please submit your Application via our online grant portal. Note that if you are a new applicant, you will need to register to obtain a user account. The grant portal can be found at apply.If you do have the technical capacity to submit via our online applications, we will also accept submissions of this application and accompanying attachments to grants@.Award Ceiling: $30,000Expected Number of Awards:35grants@ / GrantsAdmin@612-724-8798, ext. 2 / 510-834-2995Aug-28-2020Arthur Vining Davis Foundations RR-13420The purpose of the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations is to provide financial assistance to certain educational, cultural, scientific, and religious institutions within the United States and its possessions.Eligibility: Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, Territory, TribeLOI Deadline: August 28, 2020Proposal Invitations Issued: October 9, 2020Proposal Deadline: November 13, 2020Award Ceiling: $350,000office@904-359-0670Aug-28-2020DOEd/OESE - FY20 Indian Education Discretionary Grants Programs: Native American Language Program (84.415B) RR-21116Support the Nation's First Peoples' efforts to maintain and revitalize their languages and cultures, and to improve educational opportunities and student outcomes within Native American and Alaska Native communities. Eligibility: TribeAn applicant must include the following information in its application:(a) Students to be served. The number of students to be served by the project and the grade level(s) of targeted students in the proposed project.(b) Pre- and post-assessments. Whether a pre- and post-assessment of Native American language proficiency is available and, if not, the percentage of grant funds that will be used for developing such assessment.(c) Program description. A description of how the eligible entity will support Native American language education and development, and provide professional development for staff.Total Funding: $1,546,986Expected Number of Awards:4Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No julius.cotton@ or NAL@202-245-6288 or 202-453-6037Aug-31-2020DOEd/OESE - FY20 Demonstration Grants for Indian Children & Youth Program (84.299A) RR-21167The purpose of the Demonstration Program is to support projects to develop, test, and demonstrate the effectiveness of services and programs to improve education opportunities and achievement of Indian children and youth.Eligibility: Local Government & Authority, State, Territory, TribeTotal Funding: $15,000,000Expected Number of Awards:20Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No bianca.williams@202-453-5671.Sep-03-2020DOEd/OSERS - FY20 Rehabilitation Training: Innovative Rehabilitation Training Program - Client Assistance Program (84.263D) RR-21372To develop new types of training for rehabilitation personnel in providing rehabilitation services to individuals with disabilities.Eligibility: Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, Tribecontent/pkg/FR-2019-02-13/pdf/2019-02206.pdfTotal Funding: $1,350,000Award Ceiling: $450,000Expected Number of Awards:3Cost Share or Matching Requirement: Yes 84.263DEF@202-245-7827Sep-03-2020DOEd/OSERS - FY20 Rehabilitation Training: Innovative Rehabilitation Training Program - Assisting & Supporting Individuals with Disabilities Pursuing Self-Employment, Business Ownership, & Telecommuting (84.263) RR-21371To develop training programs for personnel in providing rehabilitation services to individuals with disabilities.Eligibility: Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, Tribe Funding: $1,350,000Award Ceiling: $450,000Expected Number of Awards:3Cost Share or Matching Requirement: Yes 84.263DEF@202-245-782Sep-03-2020DOEd/OSERS - FY20 Rehabilitation Services Administration: Independent Living Services for Older Individuals who are Blind Program - Training & Technical Assistance (84.177) RR-21364To support raining and technical assistance designed to improve the operation and performance of programs and services for older individuals who are blind resulting in their enhanced independence and self-sufficiency.Eligibility: Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeApplicants are required to follow the Common Instructions for Applicants to Department of Education Discretionary Grant Programs, published in the Federal Register, available at content/pkg/FR-2019-02-13/pdf/2019-02206.pdf, which contain requirements and information on how to submit an application. Total Funding: $596,956Award Ceiling: $596,956Expected Number of Awards:1Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No mary.williams@202-245-7586Sep-15-2020NSF - FY20 Disaster Resilience Research Grants Program (47.041) RR-20674Supports research to advance fundamental understanding of disaster resilience in support of improved, science-based planning, policy, decisions, design, codes, and standards.Eligibility: Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeTotal Funding: $3,100,000Award Ceiling: $400,000Expected Number of Awards:12Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No grantsgovsupport@301-975-5718Sep-15-2020NSF - FY20 Computational & Data-Enabled Science & Engineering in Mathematical & Statistical Sciences (47.049 & 47.070) RR-21388To promote the creation and development of the next generation of mathematical and statistical software tools, and the theory underpinning those tools for addressing challenges of computational experimentation and analysis of digital data. Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, Tribe Funding: $5,000,000Award Ceiling: $1,000,000Expected Number of Awards:20Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No grantsgovsupport@Sep-15-2020DOI/FWS - FY20 Youth Engagement, Education, & Employment (15.676) RR-17774Funding through a cooperative agreement to develop introductory educational experiences in natural resource careers to young people and veterans.Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, State, Territory, TribeTotal Funding: $10,000,000Award Ceiling: $2,000,000Expected Number of Awards:Not identified.Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No patrick_schulze@ / fwhqnwrsfa@703-358-2567Sep-21-2020HHS/ACF - FY20 American Indian & Alaska Native Early Head Start Expansion & Early Head Start/Child Care Partnership Grants (93.600 | 21 September 2020) RR-21196Expanding access to high-quality, comprehensive services to low income American Indian/Alaska Native (AIAN) infants and toddlers and their families through Early Head Start-Child Care (EHS-CC) Partnerships, or expansion of Early Head Start services.Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeElectronically submitted applications must be submitted no later than 11:59 p.m., ET, on the listed application due date.OHS encourages interested applicants to visit . This webpage provides information on applying for grants, registering and applying through , submitting an application, and understanding the grant review process.Total Funding: $3,567,886Award Ceiling: $3,567,886Expected Number of Awards:5Cost Share or Matching Requirement: Yes OHSTech@ / app_support@acf.888-242-0684Sep-21-2020HHS/ACF - FY20 Migrant & Seasonal Head Start Expansion (93.600 | 21 September 2020) RR-21200Funding supports expansion of access to high-quality, comprehensive early learning services for newly-enrolled, income-eligible Migrant and/or seasonal farmworker families including pregnant women and children from birth to compulsory school age.Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeElectronically submitted applications must be submitted no later than 11:59 p.m., ET, on the listed application due date.OHS encourages interested applicants to visit . This webpage provides information on applying for grants, registering and applying through , submitting an application, and understanding the grant review process.Total Funding: $13,442,656Award Ceiling: $13,442,656Expected Number of Awards:8Cost Share or Matching Requirement: Yes OHSTech@ / app_support@acf. 888-242-0684Sep-21-2020HHS/ACF - FY20 American Indian/Alaska Native Head Start and/or Early Head Start Expansion (93.600 | 21 September 2020) RR-21193Funding for the purpose of expanding access to high-quality, comprehensive early learning services for newly-enrolled, income-eligible American Indian/Alaska Native pregnant women, and children from birth to compulsory school age.Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeElectronically submitted applications must be submitted no later than 11:59 p.m., ET, on the listed application due date.Total Funding: $14,450,824Award Ceiling: $14,450,824Expected Number of Awards:14Cost Share or Matching Requirement: Yes OHSTech@ / app_support@acf.888-242-0684Sep-21-2020HHS/ACF - FY20 Early Head Start Expansion & Early Head Start/Child Care Partnership Grants (93.600 | 21 September 2020) RR-21199Funding expands access to high-quality, comprehensive services to low-income infants and toddlers and their families through Early Head Start-Child Care (EHS-CC) Partnerships, or through the expansion of Early Head Start services.Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeElectronically submitted applications must be submitted no later than 11:59 p.m., ET, on the listed application due date.OHS encourages interested applicants to visit . This webpage provides information on applying for grants, registering and applying through , submitting an application, and understanding the grant review process.Total Funding: $103,057,319Award Ceiling: $21,096,468Expected Number of Awards:60Cost Share or Matching Requirement: Yes OHSTech@ / app_support@acf.888-242-0684Sep-21-2020HHS/ACF - FY20 Migrant & Seasonal Early Head Start Expansion & Early Head Start/Child Care Partnership Grants (93.600 | 21 September 2020) RR-21197Expands access to high-quality, comprehensive services to low-income, migrant and seasonal infants and toddlers and their families through Early Head Start-Child Care (EHS-CC) Partnerships, or through the expansion of Early Head Start services. Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeElectronically submitted applications must be submitted no later than 11:59 p.m., ET, on the listed application due date.OHS encourages interested applicants to visit . This webpage provides information on applying for grants, registering and applying through , submitting an application, and understanding the grant review process.Total Funding: $4,500,000Award Ceiling: $4,500,000Expected Number of Awards:7Cost Share or Matching Requirement: Yes OHSTech@ / app_support@acf. 888-242-0684Sep-21-2020DOEd/OESE - FY20 Out-of-School Time Career Pathway Program (84.287) RR-20847Provide students options to participate in a career pathway program, outside regular school hours or as part of an expanded learning program, for a recognized postsecondary credential (industry-recognized certification or certification of completion).Eligibility: Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeDeadline for Notice of Intent to Apply: July 22, 2020.Deadline for Transmittal of Applications: September 21, 2020.Deadline for Intergovernmental Review: November 19, 2020.An SEA must propose to use grant funds to support an existing partnership or a partnership that has been formed during the application period and will continue to exist if awarded this grant funding.An SEA may submit more than one application; each application must propose to build or expand one project only, though one project may serve multiple sites.Expected Number of Awards:7500000Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No 21stCCLCcompetition@202-453-6423Sep-30-2020NEH - FY20 Humanities Connections (45.162) RR-21443To expand the role of the humanities in undergraduate education at two and four-year institutions. Awards for innovative curricular approaches that foster productive partnerships among humanities faculty and counterparts in social and natural sciences.Eligibility: Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribePeriod of performance: 12 months for Planning18-36 months for ImplementationTotal Funding: $1,044,000Award Ceiling: $100,000Expected Number of Awards:21Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No humanitiesconnections@202-606-8337Sep-30-2020NSF - FY20 Research Experiences for Teachers in Engineering & Computer Science (47.041 & 47.070) RR-21071To enhance the scientific disciplinary knowledge and capacity of K-12 STEM teachers and/or community college faculty through participation in authentic summer research experiences with engineering and computer science faculty researchers. Eligibility: Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, Territory, TribeTotal Funding: $5,800,000Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No grantsgovsupport@Sep-30-2020NEH - FY20 Archaeological & Ethnographic Field Research (45.161) RR-21182The purpose of this program is to provide funding to conduct empirical research in the United States or abroad in order to answer questions of importance to the humanities.Eligibility: Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeTotal Funding: $800,000Award Ceiling: $150,000Expected Number of Awards:10Cost Share or Matching Requirement: Yes fieldwork@202-606-8200Oct-01-2020Pilcrow Foundation - Children's Book Project (01 October 2020) RR-21467The mission of the Pilcrow Foundation is to provide new, quality, hardcover children's books to rural public libraries across the United States. Eligibility: Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, TribeAward Ceiling: $800Cost Share or Matching Requirement: Yes pilcrowfoundation@Oct-02-2020IMLS - FY21 National Leadership Grants for Libraries (45.312) RR-19858Grant funding for projects that enhance the quality of library and archive services by enhancing theory and practice.Eligibility: Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeThe application process for the NLG-L program has two phases. In the first phase (Preliminary Proposal phase), all applicants must submit a two-page preliminary proposal by the deadline listed above. Selected applicants will be invited to submit full proposals in the second phase (Invited Full Proposal phase) of the process. Only invited full proposals will be considered for funding. Invited full proposals will be due March 30, 2020.Total Funding: $9,000,000Award Ceiling: $1,000,000Expected Number of Awards:40Cost Share or Matching Requirement: Yes imls-librarygrants@202-653-4791Oct-09-2020 DHS/OPO - FY20 Scientific Leadership Awards for Minority Serving Institutions (97.062) RR-21389Awarded institutions will develop programs providing experiential learning activities for students already studying science, technology, engineering, and mathematics an opportunity to connect to ongoing DHS research programs. Eligibility: Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, Territory, TribeDHS will conduct an informational webinar for interested applicants on August 27, 2020 at 3:00 PM [EDT]. During the call, DHS will discuss the NOFO and provide an opportunity for interested applicants to ask questions. The webinar may be accessed by phone (Dial: 855-852-7677, Passcode: 3744661) and computer (). The webinar will be recorded and posted on for future reference.Award Ceiling: $470,000Expected Number of Awards:7Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No stephanie.dawkins@202-447-0495Oct-29-2020HHS/NIH - FY20 Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Independence Centers (93.866) RR-20639Supports Older Americans Independence Centers (OAICs), centers of excellence in geriatrics research and research education to increase scientific knowledge leading to better ways to maintain or restore independence in older persons. Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeEarliest Start Date: July 2021Award Ceiling: $950,000Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No FBOWebmaster@OD.Nov-04-2020NSF - FY20 Innovations in Graduate Education Program (47.041) RR-21387Seeks proposals for IGE Hubs that explore ways for graduate students in research-based master’s and doctoral degree programs to develop the skills, knowledge, and competencies needed to pursue a range of STEM careers.Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeAs a special emphasis under this solicitation, IGE seeks proposals that will result in a single cooperative agreement for the development and implementation of an IGE Innovation Acceleration Hub. The Hub will facilitate IGE awardee communications about research activities and outcomes and provide a platform for external stakeholder engagement. Total Funding: $4,000,000Award Ceiling: $500,000Expected Number of Awards:10Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No grantsgovsupport@ or ddenecke@703-292-2330Nov-12-2020HHS/NIH - FY20 PrEP for HIV Prevention Among Substance Using Populations (93.279) RR-21012NIDA is interested in research that addresses research gaps related to PrEP and its use among substance users, with the goals of improving PrEP management and implementation. Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, State, Territory, TribeApplications are encouraged that propose research in states and counties identified in the US Governments Ending the HIV Epidemic (EtHE) initiative as described here: Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America . Applications to work in locales that are not included in the EtHE initiative must provide an epidemiologic justification for their inclusion in the research.Total Funding: $2,500,000Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No FBOWebmaster@OD.301-945-7573Nov-16-2020NSF - FY20 Computational & Data-Enabled Science & Engineering (47.041, 47.049, & 47.070) RR-21047To identify and capitalize on opportunities for major scientific and engineering breakthroughs through new computational and data analysis approaches. Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Individuals & Households, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribePlease read full announcement for varying timelines based on division. Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No grantsgovsupport@Nov-18-2020NSF - FY20 Dynamic Language Infrastructure: NEH Documenting Endangered Languages (47.050, 47.070, 47.075, & 47.076) RR-21452Supports projects to develop and advance knowledge concerning dynamic language infrastructure in the context of endangered human languages—languages that are both understudied and at risk of falling out of use. Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, Territory, TribeNote: a conference proposal should generally be submitted at least a year in advance of the scheduled date of the conference. For additional information about creating and submitting conference proposals, please refer to Chapter II. D.7 of the NSF Proposal & Award Policies & Procedures Guide.Total Funding: $4,800,000Expected Number of Awards:25Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No grantsgovsupport@ or jmaling@ or swalker@NSF: 703-292-8046 or NEH: 202-606-8478Nov-18-2020DOC/NOAA - FY20-21 Weather Program Office: Research Programs (11.459) RR-21401For weather, air quality, earth-system modeling and observations research reflecting science objectives spanning time scales from hours to seasons; from weather and water observations and earth system modeling to social, behavioral, and economic science.Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeExpected Number of Awards:32Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No oar.petitions@ or chandra.kondragunta@ or gina.eosco@301-734-1034; 301-734-1026; 301-734-1068Dec-08-2020NSF/Division of Physics - FY21 Investigator-Initiated Research Projects (47.049) RR-20644Supports physics research and the preparation of future scientists in the nation’s colleges and universities across a broad range of physics disciplines that span scales of space and time from the largest to the smallest and the oldest to the youngest. Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeThe Division of Physics strongly encourages single proposal submission for possible co-review rather than submission of multiple related proposals to several programs.Total Funding: $90,000,000Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No grantsgovsupport@Dec-15-2020NSF - FY20 Mathematical Sciences Infrastructure Program (47.049) RR-21377To foster the continuing health of the mathematical sciences research community as a whole and support core research in the mathematical sciences.Eligibility: Agricultural Producers, For-Profit Organizations, Healthcare Institution, Individuals & Households, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, Tribe Share or Matching Requirement: No snaik@ or grantsgovsupport@Dec-31-2020DOC/NOAA - FY21 Implementation of the U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (11.012) RR-20494Funding will be used to further the IOOS in two topic areas: Implementation and Development of Regional Coastal Ocean Observing Systems (Topic Area 1); and Advancing the National Data Management and Cyberinfrastructure System Architecture (Topic Area 2).Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeNOAA invites applicants to submit proposals for one or both of these topic areas and requests applicants submit separate applications for each topic area. For each proposal, clearly identify the topic area and present all required information such that merit reviewers can associate proposal elements (project description, partners, budgets) with the specific topic area.Total Funding: $40,000,000Award Ceiling: $6,000,000Expected Number of Awards:11Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No oriana.villar@240-533-9466Jan-06-2021NEH - FY20-21 Public Humanities Projects (45.164) RR-21375To support projects that bring the humanities to life for general audiences through in-person programming. Projects engage humanities scholarship to analyze significant themes in disciplines (history, literature, ethics, art history).Eligibility: Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, Tribe Funding: $2,735,000Award Ceiling: $1,000,000Expected Number of Awards:19Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No publicpgms@202-606-8269Jan-31-2021Bezos Family Foundation - Bezos Scholars Program (2020 Deadline TBD) RR-20657Guided by the belief that all young people deserve the opportunity to reach their full potential and meaningfully contribute to society, the program invests in the science of learning and experiences young people need from birth through high school.Eligibility: Individuals & Households, Territory, TribeEvery year, applications to apply open in mid October and close at the end of January. Generally, semi-finalists are notified by mid-March, finalists by early April, and those ultimately selected by late April. Public announcements of newly selected Scholar cohorts are shared on our website in early May. Expected Number of Awards:17scholars@Aug-15-2022HHS/NIH - FY20-22 NIDA Avant-Garde Award Program for HIV/AIDS & Substance Use Disorder Research (93.279) RR-20553Supports individual scientists of exceptional creativity who propose high-impact research that will open new areas of HIV/AIDS research relevant to drug abuse and/or lead to new avenues for prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS among drug abusers. Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeEarliest Start Date: April 2021, April 2022, April 2023Award Ceiling: $700,000Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No FBOWebmaster@OD.Oct-19-2022HHS/NIH - FY20-22 Avenir Award Program for Genetics or Epigenetics of Substance Use Disorders (93.279) RR-20573Avenir means future in French, and this award looks toward the future by supporting early stage investigators proposing highly innovative studies in HIV/AIDS research or genetics/epigenetics studies.Eligibility: Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, TribeEarliest Start Date: July 2021Award Ceiling: $300,000Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No FBOWebmaster@OD.301-402-7469Nov-09-2022HHS/NIH - FY20-22 Core Infrastructure Support for Cancer Epidemiology Cohorts (93.393) RR-21355Support of the core functions of Cancer Epidemiology Cohorts (CECs), as well as methodological research. This FOA is intended to support maintenance of existing CECs infrastructure and resource sharing with broader scientific communities.Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, State, Territory, TribeUse the NIH ASSIST system to prepare, submit and track your application online. Share or Matching Requirement: No FBOWebmaster@OD.May-07-2023HHS/NIH - FY20-23 Support for Conferences & Scientific Meetings (07 May 2023) RR-20420The purpose of the NIH Research Conference Grant (R13) is to support high quality conferences that are relevant to the public health and to the scientific mission of the participating Institutes and Centers.Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeMost ICs will accept applications for up to 5 years of support when a series of annual or biannual conferences are proposed by a permanently sponsoring organization.Support for conferences held on a less frequent schedule must be applied for individually. The NIH Conference Grant Contact should be consulted for guidance regarding project duration requirement.Cover Letter: Advance permission to submit an application is required for all NIH conference grant applications, including new, resubmission, renewal, and revision applications. Advance permission to submit an application should be requested early in the process and no later than six weeks before the application due date. All applicants must include the permission-to-submit letter from the NIH Conference Grant Contact who has agreed to accept assignment of the application. Applications that do not include the permission-to-submit letter will not be accepted for review. Note that advance permission to submit an application does not guarantee funding.Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No GrantsInfo@(301-402-7469May-07-2023HHS/NIH - FY20-23 Pathway to Independence Award (07 May 2023) RR-20398The purpose of the NIH Pathway to Independence Award (K99/R00) program is to increase and maintain a strong cohort of new and talented, NIH-supported, independent investigators.Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeCost Share or Matching Requirement: No FBOWebmaster@OD.301-402-7469 or 866-504-9552May-07-2023HHS/NIH - FY20-23 Substance Use/Substance Use Disorder Dissertation Research Award (93.279) RR-20416To support doctoral candidates from a variety of academic disciplines for up to two years for the completion of the doctoral dissertation research project related to Substance Use/Substance Use Disorder. Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeThe letter of intent should be sent to: NIDALetterofIntent@mail.Applicants are encouraged to send the letter of intent by email to the email address above but as an alternative the letter may also be sent to:Office of Extramural Policy and ReviewNational Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH/DHHS6001 Executive Boulevard, Suite 4243, MSC 9550Bethesda, MD 20892-9550Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No FBOWebmaster@OD.301-945-7573May-07-2023HHS/NIH - FY20-23 Pathway to Independence Award (93.113) RR-20400Designed to facilitate a timely transition of outstanding postdoctoral researchers with a research and/or clinical doctorate degree from mentored, postdoctoral research positions to independent, tenure-track or equivalent faculty positions.Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeCost Share or Matching Requirement: No FBOWebmaster@OD.301-945-7573May-25-2023HHS/NIH - FY20-23 National Institute of General Medical Sciences Institutional Predoctoral Research Training Grant (93.859) RR-20574To develop a diverse pool of well-trained scientists available to address the Nations biomedical research agenda.Eligibility: Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, Territory, TribeEarliest Start Date: July 2021, July 2022, July 2023Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No FBOWebmaster@OD.301-402-7469Jul-19-2023HHS/NIH - FY20-23 Ethical, Legal, & Social Implications Exploratory/Developmental Research Grant (93.113) RR-21222To study the ethical, legal and social implications (ELSI) of human genome research.Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeThe scope of the proposed project should determine the project period. The maximum project period is 2 years.Award Ceiling: $475,000Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No Sep-07-2023HHS/NIH - FY21-23 Intervention Research to Improve Native American Health (93.113) RR-21418Intervention and related research is sought to build upon community knowledge, resources, and resilience to test science-based, culturally appropriate solutions to reduce morbidity and mortality through remediation of precursors to disease and disorders.Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, TribeLetter of Intent (LOI) due 30 days prior to the application due date. Interventions should be designed with a consideration for sustainability within the communities where they are tested, and have the flexibility to be readily adapted, disseminated, and scaled up to other communities where culturally appropriate. Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No FBOWebmaster@OD.Sep-07-2023HHS/NIH - FY20-23 Long-Term Effects of Disasters on Health Care Systems Serving Health Disparity Populations (93.279, 93.307, 93.399, & 93.866) RR-20317To support investigative and collaborative research focused on understanding the long-term effects of natural and/or human-made disasters on health care systems serving health disparity populations.Eligibility: For-Profit Organizations, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeApply online: Share or Matching Requirement: No FBOWebmaster@OD.301-594-8412DanPaul Foundation Grants RR-14826Eligibility: Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, Territory, TribeAward Ceiling: $15,000Sustainable Forestry Initiative: SFI Conservation & Community Partnerships Grant Program RR-14662Grants that support understanding the critical linkage between forests and communities across the range of American and Canadian forests, and represent SFI’s long-standing commitment to forest research. These projects provide science-based data.Eligibility: Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, Territory, Tribegrants@202-596-3459Indian Land Tenure Foundation (ILTF) RR-21016To promote activities that support Indian people and Native nations owning and controlling their lands.Eligibility: Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Private Institutions of Education K-12, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, State, TribeTwo page Letters of Inquiry may be sent to: info@Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No info@ or electronic contact form: Foundation RR-20686AbbVie Foundation supports organizations responding to natural and man-made disasters. It supports housing and homelessness as a result of such disasters as well as other research such as healthcare, education, science, and equity. Eligibility: Healthcare Institution, Local Government & Authority, Nonprofit Organizations, Public/Indian Housing Authorities, Public/Private Institutions of Higher Education, Territory, TribeTotal Funding: Award Ceiling: Max Award not identified.Expected Number of Awards:Not identified.Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No abbviegrants@ or customerservice@ 877-228-7177Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP): The Essential Fund (to Support Latino Essential Workers) RR-20692Supporting Latino and Latin American immigrant workers through COVID-19 in cultivation, processing, driving, stocking, delivering, services in homes, schools, hotels, hospitals, clinics, and on farms. Eligibility: Nonprofit Organizations, Territory, TribeThe Essential Fund will support Latino-led and Latino-serving organizations with close ties to essential workers in their efforts to focus on much-needed COVID-19 relief and recovery efforts. will be dedicated to resourcing communities with cash, food and rental assistance, personal protective equipment, child care, and other resources workers need to continue providing essential services for our country as we flatten the curve. The Fund will award a minimum $1.6M USD. Grants awards will range from $10,000 USD to $50,000 USD based on track record of service provision, scale of work, and financial need of clients and families served. Project budget template: Funding: $3,000,000Award Ceiling: $50,000Expected Number of Awards:Not identified.Cost Share or Matching Requirement: No essentialfund@Minority Freedom Community Fund RR-20651Mission: to improve the lives of minorities through economic support, social programs, and spiritual guidance - including grants, scholarships, and general resource support. Eligibility: Individuals & Households, Nonprofit Organizations, Territory, TribeTotal Funding: Award Ceiling: Max Award not identified.Expected Number of Awards:Not identified.Cost Share or Matching Requirement: Not Identified covid@ or grants@810-377-5165 (please text)Technical Support ResourcesMAX-TRAX Resource Record LinkDepartment-Agency-OrgProgram Title/WebsiteDescriptionRR-20863(USED) Department of Education Western Education Equity Assistance Center Developments in the services offered by the Western Educational Equity Assistance CenterRR-20350 Harvard Kennedy School and Native Nations Institute Harvard Kennedy School - Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development Demonstrates ways to build governance capacity, illustrate best practices by tribes, provide information of COVID-19 virus, and supply tribal health ordinance intended to assist tribal nation rmation ResourcesMAX-TRAX Resource Record LinkDepartment-Agency-OrgProgram Title/WebsiteDescriptionRR-20858(USED) Department of Education PUBLICATION - DOEd: "Questions and Answers on Providing Services to Children with Disabilities During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Outbreak" Outlines states' responsibilities to infants, toddlers, and children with disabilities and their families, and to the staff serving these children. RR-21322(USDHS) Department of Homeland Security (FEMA specific) - National Preparedness Directorate Federal Emergency Management Agency DHS/FEMA - Exercise Starter Kit for Workshop on Reconstituting Operations Basic kit with template documents that organizations can use to conduct planning workshops that navigate returning to operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Includes information sheet, facilitators guide and examples for presentation development. RR-20856(USED) Department of Education - Office of Civil Rights DoEd/OCR - Letter to Education Leaders on Preventing and Addressing potential discrimination associated with COVID-19Educational institutions should take special care to ensure that all students are able to study and learn in an environment that is healthy, safe, and free from bias or discrimination. RR-20862(USED) Department of Education Guidance for interruptions of study related to Coronavirus This guidance provides updated information that expands upon the Department?s March 5, 2020, guidance and provides additional regulatory flexibilities due to the lawful declaration of the COVID-19 national emergency. RR-21438(NGO) Non-Governmental Organizations The Brookings Institution PUBLICATION - Brookings Institution: "Lost Art: Measuring COVID-19’s Devastating Impact on America’s Creative Economy" This study estimates the effects of the COVID-19 crisis on the creative economy at the national, state, and metropolitan levels over the period of April 1 through July 31, 2020. RR-21141 Oregon State University: College of Public Health and Human Sciences; National Indian Health Board (NIHB); Swinomish Indian Tribal Community (Swinomish) Oregon State University - Indigenous Environmental Health: Open Access Learning Modules Series of online, freely accessible modules that describe how Swinomish modified the CDC Building Resilience Against Climate Effects (BRACE) health assessment framework to better reflect indigenous health definitions and priorities. RR-21087(USED) Department of Education HYPERLINK "" DOEd - COVID-19 ("Coronavirus") Information & Resources for Schools & School PersonnelTo provide guidance to states, communities, educators, and families. ................
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