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  • 1/31/2015: Social services

    United States

    Nominations for the Roth Award from the Mary Byron Project for programs that demonstrate promise in ending the generational cycle of domestic violence. A cash award of $10,000 will be given to a program that focuses on disadvantaged people. Such a program provides services to those who are identified as such based on characteristics that include age, race, ethnicity, gender, faith, disabilities, low socio-economic status, non-English speaking, sexual preference, and victims from suburban areas who traditionally do not know how to avail themselves of services or who are too ashamed to find them. Applicants must be tax-exempt nonprofit organizations or government agencies.


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  • 2/1/2015: Children and youth

    Colorado, Indiana, Louisiana, Tennessee

    Grants of up to $15,000 each from the PeyBack Foundation to organizations that help low-income youths, especially programs that have a direct benefit to children through relationships and activities. Preference will be given to programs that are conducted outside the typical school day. The foundation is interested in organizations that focus on leadership and life skills, mentoring, after-school and summer programs, and healthy living. Who may apply: organizations classified as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code located in Colorado, Indiana, Louisiana, and Tennessee.


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  • 2/1/2015: Health

    United States, Canada

    The Paralyzed Veterans of America Education Foundation invites applications for educational projects that benefit individuals with spinal cord injury/disease, as well as their families and caregivers. Projects that fall within the following categories will be considered: consumer, caregiver, and community education; professional development and education; research utilization and dissemination; assistive technology; and conferences and symposia. A maximum of $50,000 will be provided for one-year projects, and up to $15,000 for conferences and symposia. Who may apply: members of academic institutions, health-care providers and organizations, and consumer advocates and organizations. Grantee institutions must be located in the United States or Canada. However, project directors and fellows are not required to be U.S. or Canadian citizens. Visit the foundation's website for more details.


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