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Funding Opportunities

OMHRC National African Immigrant Project Awards

The Office of Minority Health Resource Center has grant money available for organizations serving African communities in the United States that can produce a culturally sensitive approach to addressing and educating the community about HIV/AIDS and STD information.  Proposals must link African-immigrant communities with existing services providing access to HIV/AIDS/STD-related activities, education, testing and training. Special attention will be placed on proposals that demonstrate how applicant organizations are able to impact community leadership efforts. The three objectives of the award are to enhance or support HIV/AIDS/STD/ awareness and testing in the community, provide funding for HIV/AIDS and STD-related activities and expand the HIV/AIDS infrastructure and network for all African-serving CBOs through collaborative and transparent partnerships.

Deadline: April 20, 2012

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Fiscal Year 2012 Tribal Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalitions Program

Office on Violence Against Women – Grants are available for the development and operation of tribal domestic violence and sexual assault coalitions in Indian country. The Tribal Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalitions Program (Tribal Coalitions Program) assists nonprofit organizations and individuals or groups of individuals to build Indian1 leadership and capacity in tribal communities to advocate for systemic change that will enhance the safety of women in an Indian Tribe.

Tribal Coalition nonprofit organizations have accomplished this through technical assistance, expanding the capacity of the tribal coalitions, developing or enhancing appropriate standards for tribal governments organizations, tribal organizations, victim services and victim service providers to increase the understanding of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.

Geographic coverage: Nationwide

Deadline(s): Letter of Intent (Optional): Apr 21, 2011
Application: May 29, 2012

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Presbyterian Hunger Program

The Presbyterian Hunger Program provides grants in five areas to combat hunger in the United States. The numbers of hungry people in the United States continue to swell despite widespread civil society efforts to feed the hungry through food banks, food pantries, soup kitchens and other direct service programs. Reduced social spending by the government, an outdated minimum wage, growing numbers of working poor, persistent unemployment and other structural issues can be bandaged with feeding programs, but not cured.

Proposals do not need to fit neatly into one of these five areas, but may include activities in multiple areas such as Direct Food Relief, Development Assistance, Public Policy Advocacy, Lifestyle Integrity, Education and Interpretation.

Geographic coverage: Nationwide

Deadline: June 30, 2012

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