Grants are sums of money given to help further the goals of small businesses or individuals. They can be awarded by government entities or private businesses. Unlike a loan, grants do not need to be repaid.
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Etsy is committed to helping our creative entrepreneurs recover when disasters disrupt their businesses. We’ve partnered with CERF+, a nonprofit organization focused on helping artists prepare for and recover from emergencies and disasters, to create a disaster relief fund just for Etsy sellers.
In partnership with AEO, we are pleased to announce the Fiserv Back2Business program, which will award up to $10,000 to Black- or minority-owned businesses*. We are equipping these businesses with vital education, coaching, and capital to fuel growth of our communities, creating sustainable businesses and shared value for all.
Assists American visual fine artists (painters and sculptors) living anywhere in the United States by paying a portion of their medical / dental / eye-care bills. For example, the Fund has purchased a wheelchair, paid for eye surgery, provided funding for an artificial leg, paid partial medical expenses of several artists who have cancer, as well as other needs for medical assistance.
We have been Making Life More Fun for 90 years. We also work hard to make the world a better place to live, work and play. Together with our national and community partners, the Oriental Trading Corporate Giving program strives to enhance the enrichment of the lives of children through education, youth programming, healthcare, and human services.
ARTogether’s monthly Mini-Grants for Bay Area refugee and immigrant artists awards $500 for artists for work on an ongoing art project. Grant funds may be used for artist supplies, equipment, costumes or to pay for editing or other professional work.
Arts Education funds are designed to assist artists in developing and implementing visual and performing arts residencies. The grant can also fund after-school programs.
The Office of Research on Women’s Health (ORWH) announces the availability of administrative supplements to support research highlighting health inequities among women in the United States who are understudied, underrepresented and underreported (U3) in biomedical research. Robust studies exploring sex and gender influences and social determinants of health are needed to reduce inequities.
This funding opportunity announcement (FOA) solicits applications for Technology Research and Development Centers (TRDCs) for the Point of Care Technology Research Network (POCTRN). POCTRN’s purpose is to drive the development and application of innovative point of care, home-based, improved clinical laboratory tests and testing technologies. The POCTRN TRDCs will merge scientific and technological capabilities with unmet clinical needs in the areas of testing, monitoring, and treatment.
As of October 14 2021, 6,177,946 SARS-CoV-2 positive pediatric cases (0-18 years) have been reported in the USA since the pandemic began. 925,000 children were SARS CoV-2 positive in August 2021, representing an almost six-fold increase since July 2021. 850,000 new cases have been reported in September and October 2021. Severe respiratory illness with COVID-19 remains less common in children than in adults.
The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation grant is one of the most prestigious grants available to emerging figurative artists, as well as one of the most substantial. It is one of the longest-standing foundations, with an illustrious history of recipients spanning more than half a century. It is also unique in its scope, in that it is available to students and artists around the world.
The Arts and Culture Leaders of Color Emergency Fund is intended to help those pursuing careers as artists or arts administrators whose income has been directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This fund is for those who self-identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). If you fit this description and you are in need of short-term, immediate financial assistance – we would like to help.
ACOD grants are intended to support organizations that enhance Tompkins County’s brand as an artistic and cultural destination. ACOD grants provide general operating support to local public museums and performing/visual arts organizations.
The Flexible Support grant provides up to $15,000 in funding to help groups create and sustain Minnesotans’ access to the arts. Groups’ primary addresses must be located in Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott or Washington county. This program supports the production of artistic projects, and/or projects that strengthen the organizational capacity and operations of groups providing access to the arts.
The Next Step Fund grant is designed to help artists complete a project focused on their individual artistic and/or professional development goals within an artistic discipline. Projects should outline strategies that will help the artist overcome barriers to success, sustain the continued success of their artistic career, and/or help them leverage an opportunity.
Gallery 4Culture showcases contemporary art, presenting the work of outstanding independent artists living in King County. Our 1,000-square-foot exhibition space is located on the street level of the 4Culture administrative offices in the heart of Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood and is open weekdays from 9:00am to 5:00pm. Opening receptions take place on First Thursday, as part of the ever-popular art walk.
This award is for U.S. high school seniors or older, that are a current or former participant in any league properly sanctioned with the National Amateur Baseball Federation.
This award is available to current high school seniors in California who have a parent, grandparent, or legal guardian who is a proprietor of an establishment with a California liquor license, or who is employed full-time by an individual or corporation holding a California liquor license. To be eligible, the applicant must have participated in one or more of the following extracurricular activities during his/her junior and senior years of high school: community service, athletics, music or the
Established in 2016, the Ramblers Scholarship supports student athletes pursuing an undergraduate education who self-identify publicly as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or intersex (LGBTQI). This scholarship is available for student athletes who identify as LGBTQI or committed LGBTQI allies.
Inspired by David Letterman and his top ten lists, we created the Top Ten List Scholarship. With so many awards based on grades and extracurricular activities, this unique scholarship gives you the chance to show us what's truly special and different about you. Get creative, be serious, or tug at our heart strings. Whatever you do, you only have ten reasons to convince us, so make each one count.
The high school Four-Year Scholarship is for high school students planning on attending a four-year college program. The student should contact his/her high school academic adviser or campus Military Science department for more information. Students must meet minimum physical standards, and must agree to accept a commission and serve in the Army on Active Duty or in a Reserve Component (Army Reserve or Army National Guard).