Impact 100 Palm Beach County 2015 finalists!
Best Foot Forward (Grounded for Life)
Boca Helping Hands (Launch New Medical/Dental Clinic)
Flamingo Clay Studio (Sculpting Young Lives in Clay)
Florida Fishing Academy (Fishing for Families)
Pathways to Prosperity (Circles Palm Beach County)
The Soup Kitchen (Homebound Meal Delivery Program)
The FY 2016 Small Agency BWC Policy and Implementation (PIP) Pilot Program is specifically
designed to support the implementation of body-worn camera programs in small law enforcement agencies across the country. The intent of the program is to help agencies with 25 or fewer sworn officers develop, implement, and evaluate a BWC program as one tool in a law enforcement agency’s comprehensive problem-solving approach to enhance officer interactions with the public and build community trust.
There is also a large agency program that is open for applications.
Calling all women to become members!!
On April 19th Impact 100 Palm Beach County will hold its annual meeting and distribute $100,000 grants to the local nonprofit community. Membership in the organization is still growing–the organization hopes to exceed 500 members and distribute over $500,000 in funds in one night.
Impact 100 is comprised of women committed to improving the South Palm Beach County community through high-impact grants to local nonprofits. Each member contributes $1,050 of which $1000 is pooled to fund high impact grants of $100,000. Each year at the annual meeting grant finalists are invited to speak, Impact 100 members vote and the funds are awarded that evening.
Impact 100 is a fund of the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties.
2016 Small Matching Historic Preservation Grants
The Florida Department of State is currently soliciting applications for Small Matching Grant-in-Aid assistance for historic preservation projects. Applications will be accepted online at flheritage.com/grants beginning February 29, 2016, and must be submitted online by 11:59 p.m. on April 29, 2016. Application attachments must be sent electronically as specified in the application, no later than 11:59 p.m., Friday, April 29, 2016. If you have any questions regarding proposed projects or the application process, please call the Grants staff of the Division of Historical Resources at 1.800.847.7278 or 850.245.6333 or email BHPgrants@dos.myflorida.com. You may visit www.flheritage.com/grants for more information on the grants program and to begin the application process.
||National Endowment for the Humanities
||Humanities Access grants help support capacity building for humanities programs that benefit one or more of the following groups: youth, communities of color, and economically disadvantaged populations. Humanities Access grants establish or augment term endowments (that is, endowments whose funds are entirely expended over the course of a set time period) to provide funding for existing programs at institutions such as public libraries, local and regional museums, historical societies, community colleges, HBCUs and tribal colleges, Hispanic-serving institutions, archival repositories, and other cultural organizations. Humanities Access grants are intended to seed longer-term endowment-building efforts. Programs supported by Humanities Access grants might include, for example • a summer project for teens at a local historical society; • internships for Native American students at a tribal museum; or • a Clemente course at a homeless shelter organized by a community college. Humanities Access Grants offer two years of match-based funding to be expended through a term endowment over the final three years of the five-year grant period. Humanities Access grant funds should not be used to replace existing program funds. Instead, the grant should expand or enhance an existing exemplary humanities program. Institutions that have never received an NEH grant and small to mid-sized institutions are especially encouraged to apply.
|Link to Additional Information:
||If you have difficulty accessing the full announcement electronically, please contact:
Office of Challenge Grants National Endowment for the Humanities 400 Seventh Street, SW Washington, DC 20506 202-606-8309 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Department of Agriculture
Request for Proposal
2016 NATIONAL URBAN AND COMMUNITY FORESTRY GRANT PROGRAM
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93141904 Agricultural or rural cooperatives services
The purpose of Florida’s U&CF Grant Program is to provide financial assistance to local governments, Native American tribal governments, volunteer groups, nonprofit organizations and educational institutions to initiate or enhance local urban and community forestry programs and improve the urban environment within the state of Florida. The state of Florida anticipates an allocation of $400,000 for fiscal year 2016. However, the Florida Forest Service (FFS) has not received the federal funding to support this grant program at the time of issuance of this Request for proposal (RFP) and may have to delay contract execution until these funds are received. The primary purpose of this U&CF grant program is not beautification through tree planting, but to develop and enhance urban and community forestry programs. Total funding available for demonstration or site specific tree planting projects is limited to 20% of available funds ($80,000) and tree planting projects are limited to a maximum award of $20,000 per applicant.
The U&CF grant program is intended to help local governments, Native-American tribal governments, volunteer groups, nonprofit organizations and educational institutions get programs started and is not meant to be a continual funding source for staffing. The U&CF grant will fund staffing for no more than three grant years.
The US Forest Service has directed the FFS to focus on assisting communities to strengthen their urban forestry programs in the following four core areas:
1. Active involvement by community tree boards or citizen tree advisory groups.
2. Development of urban tree management plans based on current inventory data.
3. Program oversight by qualified professional staff or professional consultant.
4. Development of a tree ordinance that will enforce community tree care standards.
Addressing these four areas will involve education of citizens, local officials and tree care professionals. Encouraging volunteer and citizen group participation in these activities is also a key to program success. Some demonstration areas to show good urban forestry practices are also helpful and will be funded to a limited extent under this grant program.
Request for Proposal will be opened at the below address at 02:00 P.M., March 31, 2016.
Please direct all questions to:
Phone: (850) 617-7188
FAX: (850) 617-7190
407 S. Calhoun Street
SB-8 Mayo Building
Tallahassee FL, 32399–0800
Any person with a disability requiring special accommodations at the pre-solicitation conference and/or bid/proposal opening shall contact purchasing at the phone number above at least five (5) working days prior to the event. If you are hearing or speech impaired, please contact this office by using the Florida Relay Services which can be reached at 1 (800) 955-8771 (TDD).
The Department reserves the right to reject any and all bids or accept minor irregularities in the best interest of the State of Florida.
Minority Business Enterprises are encouraged to participate in the solicitation process.