Grants ARCHIVE

  • Update on Funding for State After School Grants: The Governor and the State Legislature continue to negotiate on the final state budget for the fiscal year starting July 1, 2017. While the legislature is not considering the original proposal to block grant the funds by combining it with five other programs, the afterschool line item […]

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  • After-School and Out-of-School Program Grants Deadline: February 8, 2017 The President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities is offering awards and grants for after-school and out-of-school programs that “are transforming the lives of young people.” Programs that engage young people in out-of-class time in the arts and humanities are eligible. In particular, programs should […]

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  • Thinking about how to support middle school OST? The New York Life Foundation has opened a new Aim High grant opportunity focused on middle school. Aim High will provide $1.95M over three years to middle school afterschool, summer or expanded learning programs serving disadvantaged youth. A total of 18 grant awards will be made nationwide—take […]

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  • Bidders Conference on Monday, August 15, 2016 The Competitive Grant Bidders Conference will provide information on the major components and criteria for developing proposals for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers’ Out of School Time Grant Program. Eligible applicants include local educational agencies; community-based organizations; faith-based organizations; other public or private organizations; and a consortium […]

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  • For kids, few moments in life are more glorious than the end of the school year and the start of summer vacation. Hooray! Three whole months of sweet freedom! But when school’s out, kids from low-income families have a real problem on their hands. While their more affluent peers may be visiting libraries, attending summer […]

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  • Call your legislators today, Tuesday, May 3, 2016! The Governor and legislators are deep into budget negotiations today, and the Governor’s most recent proposal released yesterday would cut the After School Grant program by 20%. While some cuts are to be expected in the face of the state budget crisis (the Democrats recommendations on 4/28 […]

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  • The USTA New England is a non-profit organization that seeks to promote and develop the growth of tennis. All USTA member dollars help to promote tennis at the local level. Each year, grants are awarded to assist organizations in initiating or expanding tennis programming. These grants are used to develop and grow instructional programs and/or organized league […]

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  • ORAL HEALTH ADVOCACY GRANTS – APPLY BY APRIL 4, 2016 For the third consecutive year, CT Health is pleased to announce the availability of oral health advocacy grants to increase the number of oral health champions in Connecticut, especially unusual suspects. Click on the following link to find out more information.  >>>Download Request for Proposals […]

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  • Attached is mini grant opportunity for a Youth and Gambling Awareness Project provided through CREC and the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS). Awarded applicants will receive $750 to complete a public awareness project that focuses on youth gambling. Eligible applicants must be able to meet the criteria listed below: Have at least […]

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  • FIRST FRIDAYS – ESSENTIALS OF GRANT WRITING – WILL BE RESCHEDULED The Connecticut After School Network First Friday training on the Essentials of Grant Writing which had been scheduled for tomorrow, Friday, February 5 is postponed because of the impending snow storm. Weather experts have just increased the expected amount of snow accumulation for tomorrow morning […]

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