NPA Local Grant Descriptions
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Name/FunderDue DatesContactWebsitePurpose and Priorities
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AllstateVariesNone listedhttp://www.allstatefoundation.org/domestic_violence_grants_programs.htmlState domestic violence coalitions working in partnership with local community service providers to develop or enhance projects that help survivors overcome economic challenges and achieve financial independence.
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Bloomington Bicycle Club, Grant ProgramEnd of Decembergrants@bloomingtonbicycleclub.orghttp://bloomingtonbicycleclub.org/grants.php• Promote and encourage bicycling for recreation, competition, travel, and transportation
• Train and educate the community about bicycles and bicycling
• Promote better public understanding and respect for the rights of bicyclists and the observance of traffic regulations by bicyclists and drivers
• Promote bicycle safety
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City of Bloomington, Jack Hopkins GrantAprilCity Council, 812-349-3409, council@bloomington.in.govhttp://bloomington.in.gov/sections/viewSection.php?section_id=405Priorities include • Funds for basic services (food, shelter or healthcare) • Other services to City residents who are: low-moderate income, under 18 years old, elderly, affected with a disability or are otherwise disadvantaged
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City of Bloomington, HAND, CDBGOctober812-349-3401https://bloomington.in.gov/cdbgappAddresses pressing community needs, geared toward social service agencies.
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City of Bloomington, Sustainability Partnership GrantBeginning of JulyJacqui Bauer, 812-349-3837, bauerj@bloomington.in.govhttp://bloomington.in.gov/incentives
Intended to encourage collaborations that implement bold projects for increasing Bloomington's sustainability, particularly those projects that engage populations that have little previous involvement in local sustainability efforts. Priority project areas include: • Green building and energy efficiency • Multi-modal transportation • Waste reduction and recycling, and •Local food and urban gardening, but all areas of sustainability will be considered.
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City of Bloomington, Small and Simple Grants
Dates in Feb., April, and June
Vicki Provine, (812) 349-3420 provinev@bloomington.in.gov
http://bloomington.in.gov/documents/viewDocument.php?document_id=835• Promote neighborhood community building activities that demonstrate a neighborhood benefit. • Eligible projects could be to build or enhance a physical improvement, one-time events such as a special celebration, training sessions or educational campaigns.
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City of Bloomington, MLK GrantNovembermlk@bloomington.in.govhttp://bloomington.in.gov/mlkSupports service projects that occur on or near Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day
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City of Bloomington Parks and Recreation and BEAD, Buskirk Chumley Theater Grant
October
Miah Michaelsen, 812-349-3534, michaelm@bloomington.in.gov
http://bloomington.in.gov/documents/viewDocument.php?document_id=6979Provide low-cost access to the Buskirk-Chumley Theater for programming with demonstrated community benefit. Subsidizes the daily rental fee for one day's use of the theater during the year.
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City of Bloomington, Arts Project GrantApril
Miah Michaelsen, 812-349-3534, michaelm@bloomington.in.gov
http://bloomington.in.gov/documents/viewDocument.php?document_id=6979Supports projects that: • Cultivate a community in which residents appreciate the value of personal and collective artistic activity • Encourage collaboration in and diversification of artistic activities that include participants from across the community • Enhance and support a high level of artistry • Support the economic vitality and interests of local artists and arts organizations.
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City of Bloomington, Zone Arts Grant ProgramFebruary
Miah Michaelsen, 812-349-3534, michaelm@bloomington.in.gov
http://bloomington.in.gov/documents/viewDocument.php?document_id=6979Designed to help support arts activities within the boundaries of the Bloomington Urban Enterprise Zone. Projects must: • Facilitate involvement in arts and cultural activities • Provide an opportunity to participate in the creative process • Advance the quality and availability of the arts in the Zone or • Celebrate or enhance the identity of the Zone.
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Community Foundation Grants, Community ImpactJuly or August812-333-9016http://www.cfbmc.org/lasting-impact/apply-for-a-grant/community-impact-grants/
Priorities include: • Innovative or transformative solutions to critical community issues
• Collaboration across organizations and/or sectors to increase impact and
effectiveness
• Capacity building opportunities for developing more efficient or sustainable
organizations Priorities include: • Innovative or transformative solutions to critical community issues
• Collaboration across organizations and/or sectors to increase impact and
effectiveness
• Capacity building opportunities for developing more efficient or sustainable
organizations
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Community Foundation Grants, Precision HealthMarch812-333-9016http://www.cfbmc.org/lasting-impact/apply-for-a-grant/precision-health-network-grants/
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George E. Archer FoundationFeb. and Oct.grants@archerfoundation.orghttp://www.archerfoundation.orgThe George E. Archer Foundation funds programs that help teach children to garden.
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Indiana Arts CouncilVariesPdaily3@ivytech.eduhttp://www.in.gov/arts/grant&programguidelines.htmVaries
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LowesVariesNone listedhttp://responsibility.lowes.com/apply-for-a-grant/Public K-12 education and community improvement projects. These community improvement projects are high-need projects such as: building renovations/upgrades, grounds improvements, technology upgrades as well as safety improvements.
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Master GardenersMarchAmy Thompson, 812-349-2575, afthompson@purdue.eduhttp://www.mcmga.net/Educational and must promote and involve the community in horticultural activities.
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Monroe County CARES, Drug Free Communities GarntAprilLisa Meuser, llmeuser@mac.comhttp://www.monroecountycares.org/Programs and projects to address problems related to substance abuse in Monroe County. Funding allotted to 3 areas: • Prevention/Education • Treatment/Intervention • Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement
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Monroe County Government, Sophia Travis Community Services Grant Program
Mid-OctoberCounty Council, 812-349-7312, mflory@co.monroe.in.us
http://www.co.monroe.in.us/tsd/Government/Council/SophiaTravisCommunityServiceGrantProgram.aspx
Supports various community projects. Priority Areas include: •Food, security, health, and shelter
•Transportation
•Climate Change
•Emergency shortages
•First responders
•Veterans
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Old National BankVaries
Linda Ford,
Foundation Program Administrator, 812-468-1991
https://www.oldnational.com/about-us/community-partnership/foundation-grants/applying-for-a-grant.asp
•Adult Education • Early Childhood Development,
• Economic Development,
• Financial Literacy and
• Workforce Development. Priority consideration is given to programs that target low to moderate income families.
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Sassafras Audobon Society, Toyota Together Green Innovation GrantAprilSAS@sassafrasaudubon.orghttp://www.sassafrasaudubon.org/grantsResearch, education or conservation projects that support public understanding of the value and need for conservation of wildlife, its habitat, our natural resources, and of the relation of intelligent treatment and wise use of these resources to human progress.
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Smithville FoundationAugustinfo@smithvillefoundation.orghttp://smithvillefoundation.org/Varies
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Visit Bloomington, Tourism GrantOctoberJulie Warren, 812-330-4304, julie@visitbloomington.comhttp://www.visitbloomington.com/about-us/industry-partners/grants/#sthash.fYkv7VRt.dpuf
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WalmartVariesVarieshttp://foundation.walmart.com/apply-for-grants/• Hunger Relief and Healthy Eating
• Sustainability
• Women's Empowerment
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Wells FargoVariesNone listedhttps://www.wellsfargo.com/about/charitable/in_guidelinesWe look for projects that keep our communities strong, diverse, and vibrant. We support organizations that provide human services, community development, educational, artistic, cultural, civic and environmental programs.
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