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Forum Addresses Religion and Philanthropy

Lake Institute on Faith & Giving
The Lake Institute on Faith & Giving, an initiative of The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University, offers a public forum for exploring the multiple connections between individual philanthropy and faith, particularly within the major religious traditions. The Institute's mission is to foster greater understanding of the ways in which faith both inspires and informs giving. The goal is to encourage donors, whatever their religious orientation or spiritual practice, to become more thoughtful in their personal philanthropy. The Institute's website listed above is an informative resource for scholars, practitioners, and the general public on topics related to faith and giving.

 

Conferences and Trainings

 

Leadership Development Opportunity for Family Services Professionals

Alliance for Children and Families: Senior Leadership Conference
The Alliance for Children and Families Senior Leadership Conference will bring together child and family services professionals from throughout the United States. Three workshop focus areas will allow participants to self-design their experience to maximize their knowledge and leadership development. The Operational Development track will investigate business-driven planning, staff development, change management, and operational issues as powerful tools for organizations. The Leadership Development track will develop personal and professional skills and values that support career growth. The Organizational Development track will explore the benefits and practical application of strategic alliances, strategic planning, and promising program practices. The conference will be held in St. Pete Beach, FL, on February 21-25, 2009. Visit the website listed above for conference details.

 

Conference Addresses Faith-Based Development Issues

Association of Lutheran Development Executives: International Educational Conference
The Association of Lutheran Development Executives (ALDE) is an international organization of fundraising and communications professionals which is rooted in the Lutheran tradition of the Christian faith and dedicated to serving God's people in the church and the world. ALDE's 2009 International Educational Conference, "Deep in the Heart of Texas," provides an opportunity for Christian development professionals to learn new skills and revitalize their spirit and enthusiasm. Anyone who works in faith-based development or who is a person of faith working in the development field is invited to attend. The conference will be held in Austin, TX, on February 22-25, 2009. Registration information is available on the website listed above.



 

GrantStation Announcements

 

Funding Opportunities

 

Support for Math and Science Education Programs

HP Innovations in Education
The 2009 HP Innovations in Education grant program provides support to educational institutions in the United States through two initiatives. Grants for Secondary School Districts help eligible districts launch innovative pilot programs that support the administrators and teachers responsible for student success in math and science in middle schools and/or high schools. HP plans to award approximately 25 grants valued at more than $270,000 each in HP technology, cash, and professional development to public or qualified private school districts. Grants for Colleges and Universities are targeted at administrators and faculty who are enhancing undergraduate degree programs in engineering, computer science, information systems, and information technology. HP plans to award approximately ten grants valued at more than $240,000 each in HP technology, cash, and professional development to public or qualified private colleges or universities. The online web-based proposal submission system will open in early March 2009. Proposals must be submitted by 5 p.m. Pacific Time on March 30, 2009. Visit the HP website listed above for detailed program guidelines.

 

Travel Grants for Native Artists

New England Foundation for the Arts: National Native Artist Exchange
The National Native Artist Exchange, a program of the New England Foundation for the Arts, provides travel grants for Native artists residing in any of the 50 United States to visit different regions of the country so that they may exchange artistic knowledge and skills. This fund is designed to assist American Indian, Alaskan Native, and Native Hawaiian artists, and provides an opportunity for Native artists to teach, learn, and collaborate in traditional and/or contemporary Native art forms through travel from one region to another across the nation. Travel grants of up to $1,500 will be awarded based on budgets appropriate to the scope of travel. Requests must be received no later than two calendar months prior to the departure date of the proposed trip. Visit the website listed above to review the program guidelines.

 

Funds for Community Forest Initiatives

National Urban and Community Forestry Advisory Council: 2009 Challenge Cost-Share Grant Program
The National Urban and Community Forestry Advisory Council seeks to establish sustainable urban and community forests by encouraging communities to manage and protect their natural resources. The Council's 2009 Challenge Cost-Share Grant Program will provide support in two categories: Innovation Grants address, on a national or regional level, priority issues confronting the urban and community forestry community, including energy conservation, climate change, and public health. As much as $500,000 will be available for one or more Innovation Grants. Best Practices Grants of up to $50,000 support nonprofit organizations that can implement replicable approaches to recruit advocates for urban forestry, make best practices in urban forestry accessible to practitioners, nurture networks of urban forestry practitioners within existing groups, or address other challenges. All grants must be matched at least one-to-one with non-federal funds. Visit the Council's website to download the RFP.

 

Programs for People Living with Paralysis Supported

Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation: Quality of Life Grant Program
The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation is dedicated to curing spinal cord injury by funding innovative research, and improving the quality of life for people living with paralysis. The Foundation's Quality of Life Grant Program supports nonprofit organizations in the United States that work to improve the daily lives of people living with paralysis, particularly spinal cord injuries. The Foundation provides grants to larger organizations that represent individuals with disabilities on a national level as well as to local groups that have an immediate impact on individual lives. Funding is awarding twice each year to programs in three broad categories: Actively Achieving, Bridging Barriers, and Caring and Coping. The Foundation gives special consideration to organizations that serve returning wounded military and their families, and to those that provide targeted services to diverse cultural communities. The application deadlines are March 1 and October 1, annually. Visit the Foundation's website for detailed funding guidelines.

 

Grants Promote National Economic Education Programs

The Calvin K. Kazanjian Economics Foundation
The Calvin K. Kazanjian Economics Foundation is dedicated to the goal of increasing economic literacy throughout the United States. The Foundation gives priority to programs with national impact that address the following issues: raising the public's participation in economic education and creating a demand for greater economic literacy; encouraging measurement of economic understanding; the application of new strategies for teaching economics, including web-based instruction; and helping disenfranchised youth or young adults with children learn to participate in the economic system. The next deadline for proposals is February 15, 2009. Visit the Foundation's website to review the application guidelines.

 

Childhood Obesity Programs Funded

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: Communities Creating Healthy Environments
Communities Creating Healthy Environments, a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, aims to prevent childhood obesity by increasing access to healthy foods and safe places to play in communities of color. The program will support community-based organizations and federally chartered tribal nations in the development of effective, culturally competent policy initiatives to address childhood obesity at the local level. Examples of eligible proposals include action to increase public resources for recreation in underserved communities, and land-use and zoning policies that increase healthy food access in a community. Eligible applicants must have a track record of at least two years of successful community organizing and policy advocacy to address health-related problems in communities of color. Through this call for proposals, the Foundation will provide grants of up to $250,000 over a three-year period in up to ten communities. The application deadline for brief proposals is February 26, 2009. Applications must be submitted online through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation website listed above.



 

Grantmaker Updates

National and Regional Awards, Fellowships, and Requests for Proposals

 

Horace Mann Offers Lincoln Fellowship
The application period for Horace Mann's 2009 Abraham Lincoln Fellowship is coming to a close.

IMLS/AAM Offer Museums Opportunity to Assess
The Institute of Museum and Library Services and the American Association of Museums offer the Museum Assessment Program (MAP).

Holocaust Museum Fellowships for Educators
Applications for the 2009-2010 Museum Teacher Fellowship Program are currently being accepted by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Project Orange Thumb Deadline Approaches
The deadline for Fiskars 2009 Project Orange Thumb grant applications is fast-approaching.

Last Call for UnitedHealth Group's California RFP
UnitedHealth Group and PacifiCare are accepting proposals from California nonprofits in the final funding round of a three-year initiative.



 

Federal Deadlines

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National Endowment for the Arts: NEA International Literary Exchanges: Chinese and U.S. Contemporary Poetry Anthologies
This program provides funding for the publication of an anthology of work from writers of a foreign country, and the partner country commits to publishing a corresponding anthology of work from United States writers.

Health and Human Services: Telehealth Network Grant Program (TNGP)
This program seeks to support telehealth networks by demonstrating how these networks can be used to: improve the quality of health care services; expand the training of health care providers; and improve the quality of health information available to health care providers, patients, and their families.
           
Department of Agriculture: RMA Community Outreach and Assistance Partnership Program
This program funds projects that provide limited resource, socially disadvantaged, and other traditionally underserved producers with training, informational opportunities, and assistance necessary to understand the kinds and use of risk management tools, and how to make sound risk management decisions.

Institute of Museum and Library Services: Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services
This program promotes enhanced learning and innovation within museums and museum related organizations, such as cultural centers.

Department of Justice: Education and Training to End Violence Against and Abuse of Women with Disabilities
This program supports the education, training, and establishment of multi-disciplinary teams at the state and local level to address violence against and abuse of women with disabilities.

 


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CTED is the lead state agency charged with enhancing and promoting sustainable community and economic vitality in Washington.

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For the week of January 12, 2009

 

Industry News

 

New Study Examines Museum Public Financing

Institute of Museum and Library Services: Exhibiting Public Value: Government Funding for Museums in the United States
The Institute of Museum and Library Services has recently released, Exhibiting Public Value: Government Funding for Museums in the United States, a study that provides the first major review of public financing for the museum sector. The report examines public support from federal, state, and local government sources, focusing particular attention on levels of financial support and types of delivery mechanisms. This is one of the few studies to examine U.S. museums as a sector separate from other cultural institutions. Visit the website listed above to download a copy of the report.



 

Conferences and Trainings

 

Conference Promotes a Legacy of Giving

Council on Foundations: Family Philanthropy Conference
The 2009 Family Philanthropy Conference, offered by the Council on Foundations, is the premier networking and education event for family foundation staff, trustees, and board members, as well anyone thinking about starting a family foundation. The conference programming is built upon the stewardship principles essential to helping participants create a strong legacy of family philanthropy. The conference will be held in Indianapolis, IN, on February 1-3, 2009. Visit the Council on Foundation's website for conference details.

 

Gathering Examines Research on Childhood Obesity

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: Active Living Research Annual Conference
The Association of Defense Communities (ADC) is the nation's premier membership organization serving America's defense communities. ADC unites the diverse interests of communities, state governments, the private sector, and the military on issues of base closure and realignment, community/military partnerships, defense real estate, mission growth, military privatization, and base redevelopment. The ADC Winter Forum will gather interested participants from throughout the United States for informative sessions, mobile workshops, and exciting networking events. The forum will be held in San Antonio, TX on February 9-11, 2009. Visit the ADC website for conference details and registration information.



 

 

 

Funding Opportunities

 

Grants Target Environmental and Social Justice Programs

Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation
The mission of the Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation is to promote a sustainable and just social and natural system. The Foundation provides support to grassroots nonprofit organizations nationwide through the following grantmaking programs. The Foundation's Protect the Health and Environment of Communities Threatened by Toxics program supports state and regional organizations that address toxics exposure and contamination. The Advance Environmental Justice program supports organizations that work to counter environmental degradation in low-income communities and communities of color. The Promote a Sustainable Agricultural and Food System program supports rural and urban organizations that focus on issues involving sustainable agriculture and community food security. The Ensure Quality Reproductive Health Care as a Human Right program supports organizations that advocate for public policies to safeguard reproductive freedom. Letters of inquiry may be submitted throughout the year. Visit the website listed above for details on each of the Foundation's grantmaking programs.

 

Financial Education Programs Funded

FINRA Investor Education Foundation
The FINRA Investor Education Foundation supports innovative research and educational projects that give investors the tools they need to better understand the markets and the basic principles of saving and investing. The Foundation's General Grant Program funds projects that support its mission of providing underserved Americans with the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary for financial success throughout life. In 2009, the Foundation is especially interested in applications that focus on the following areas: creating new marketing and distribution channels for financial and investor education; helping Americans manage their finances and investments in retirement; meeting the financial and investor education needs of underserved audiences; and using behavioral finance to improve saving and investing. The 2009 application deadlines for Project Concept Forms are February 4 and May 6. Application guidelines and forms are available on the Foundation's website.

 

New Concert Works Supported Nationwide

Meet The Composer: Commissioning Music/USA
Meet The Composer's (MTC) mission is to increase opportunities for composers by fostering the creation, performance, dissemination, and appreciation of their music. The 2009 round of MTC's Commissioning Music/USA will consider applications for concert works (stand-alone musical works created by a single or collaborating composers) in the following genres: chamber, jazz, orchestral, chorus, and solo works. Grants of $10,000 and $25,000 are provided to commissioning organizations for the composer's fee and copying expenses. Once a project is completed, MTC will make information on the commissioned work and the composer available to presenters and performers. Applications may be submitted by a single commissioner or consortium of commissioning organizations. The application deadline is March 13, 2009. Visit the MTC website for program guidelines and application information.

 

Grants Promote Needle Exchange Programs

The Comer Foundation
The Comer Foundation strives to create and maintain health in the U.S. population by supporting nonprofit organizations nationwide that are focused on needle exchange and other harm reduction strategies within the drug using community. Grants ranging from $5,000 to $30,000 are provided to organizations that provide needle exchange and other direct services addressing health-related to drug use; are grounded in harm reduction principle and practice; and are actively developing community, financial, and local political support. Letters of inquiry are accepted at any time. Invited applications are due March 1, July 1, and November 1, annually. Details on developing letters of inquiry are available on the Foundation's website.

 

Funds for Math Mentoring Programs in the U.S. and Canada

Actuarial Foundation: Advancing Student Achievement
Advancing Student Achievement, an initiative of the Actuarial Foundation, provides grants to K-12 schools and groups throughout the United States and Canada for programs that involve actuaries in the teaching of mathematics. The focus is on mentoring programs that bring together actuaries and educators in private and public schools, with an emphasis on grades 4-8. The Foundation can provide a local network of actuaries ready to participate, as well as suggestions on how to integrate math concepts from the workplace into the classroom. Groups applying for grants will be given wide latitude in designing programs that enhance learning and create a "love of math" in each student. Applications may be submitted throughout the year. Funding guidelines and application procedures are available on the Actuarial Foundation website.

 

Grants Strengthen Global Communities

MoneyGram Global Giving Program
The MoneyGram Global Giving Program supports U.S. and international nonprofit organizations that strengthen communities of people that rely on money transfer and bill payment services. The program's grant categories include Basic Needs and Affordable Housing, with a focus on services that provide housing, shelter, and food as well as other basic needs. The Basic Education category emphasizes basic literacy for youth and adults, appropriate grade level achievement, parenting skills, and social adjustment for academic success. Requests are reviewed two times per year; the next application deadline is March 15, 2009. Visit the website listed above to review the MoneyGram Global Giving Program's funding guidelines.



 

Grantmaker Updates

National and Regional Awards, Fellowships, and Requests for Proposals

 

Wellstone Fellowship Furthers Social Justice
Families USA annually administers The Wellstone Fellowship for Social Justice.

NFWF Offers Matching Funds for Turtle Work
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is accepting proposals for the International Sea Turtle Conservation Fund.

RWJF Issues Calls for Healthy Eating  
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Healthy Eating Research is accepting brief proposals. Healthy Eating Research funds research into policy and environmental strategies to prevent childhood obesity.

Intel Recognizes Excellent Schools
The Intel Schools of Distinction program recognizes schools throughout the U.S. that excel in math and science education.

Independent Sector Offers AmEx Award
Independent Sector is accepting nominations for the American Express Building Leadership Award.



 

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Excerpts from GrantStation's Listings of Federal Notices

 

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Proactive Species Conservation Program
This program supports voluntary efforts designed to conserve marine and anadromous species before they reach the point at which listing as threatened or endangered under the Endangered Species Act becomes necessary.

Department of Justice: Safe Havens: Supervised Visitation and Safe Exchange Grant Program
This program provides an opportunity for communities to support supervised visitation and safe exchange of children in situations involving domestic violence, dating violence, child abuse, sexual assault, or stalking.

Environmental Protection Agency: Tribal Resource Conservation Funds
This program seeks to fund projects that address solid waste reduction and management. Funds will be awarded to applicants carrying out projects that serve the lands in Indian Country belonging to over 140 federally recognized tribes which fall under EPA Region 9's geographic area of Arizona, California, Hawaii, and Nevada.

Environmental Protection Agency: Solid Waste Assistance Grants
This program seeks to fund projects that address solid waste reduction and management. Funds will be awarded to applicants carrying out projects that serve the following states and territories: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, the U.S. territories in the Pacific Ocean.

Health and Human Services: Chiropractic Demonstration Projects
This program provides funds to carry out demonstration projects in which chiropractors and physicians collaborate to identify and provide effective treatment for spinal and lower back conditions.

 


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Residencies Promote Economic Innovations

Corporation for Enterprise Development: Innovators-in-Residence
The Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED) is a national nonprofit organization that encourages innovative approaches to expanding economic opportunity nationwide. Starting January 2009, CFED will be accepting submissions from individuals who are interested in refining and growing their ideas to marketable scale or advancing them through expanded real-world application. The selected Innovators-in-Residence will each receive a $50,000 stipend and the full support of CFED, sharing in its staff, resources, expertise, and connections. Visit the CFED website to sign up for application information.



 

Conferences and Trainings

 

National Conference on Safe and Effective Youth Mentoring Practices

Friends for Youth's 10th Anniversary Mentoring Conference
The Friends for Youth's 10th Anniversary Mentoring Conference, "The First Decade of Innovation and Excellence," will bring together youth mentoring professionals and national experts to advance Recommended Best Practices, the latest research, and innovative strategies to help programs address the 'mentoring gap' that exists in their communities. Participants will learn how to improve their programs, educate their staff, and better serve youth and adult volunteers. Workshops focus on all levels of program development, screening practices, fundraising, recruitment, training, diversity, technology, and youth development. The conference will be held in San Francisco, CA on January 29-30, 2009. Visit the website listed above for workshop information and online registration.

 

Gathering Encourages Community/ Military Partnerships

Association of Defense Communities Winter Forum
The Association of Defense Communities (ADC) is the nation's premier membership organization serving America's defense communities. ADC unites the diverse interests of communities, state governments, the private sector, and the military on issues of base closure and realignment, community/military partnerships, defense real estate, mission growth, military privatization, and base redevelopment. The ADC Winter Forum will gather interested participants from throughout the United States for informative sessions, mobile workshops, and exciting networking events. The forum will be held in San Antonio, TX on February 9-11, 2009. Visit the ADC website for conference details and registration information.




 

Funding Opportunities

 

Support for PreK-12 STEM Programs

Motorola Foundation: Innovation Generation Grant Program
The Motorola Foundation focuses its funding on math and science teacher-training programs as well as nonprofit organizations that excite young people about these subjects. Through the 2009 Innovation Generation Grant Program, the Foundation will provide $5 million to organizations that engage U.S. preK-12 students, especially girls and underrepresented minorities, and teachers in innovation, science, technology, engineering, and math programming. Grant applicants may request up to $75,000. Any U.S. nonprofit organization, school, or school district may apply; however, priority will be given to programs that operate in communities where Motorola facilities are located in Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas. The application deadline is February 15, 2009. Visit the Motorola website listed above for funding guidelines and online application information.

 

Community Safety Awards Program Recognizes Innovative Partnerships

MetLife Foundation: Community-Police Partnerships Awards Program
The Community-Police Partnership Awards, sponsored by the MetLife Foundation and the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), identify innovative partnerships between community groups and police that promote neighborhood safety and revitalization. Six Neighborhood Revitalization Awards, ranging from $15,000 to $25,000, will recognize exemplary collaborations that address crime reduction as well as economic development. Five Special Strategy Awards of $15,000 each will recognize exemplary collaborations that yield significant public safety outcomes in seven specific categories. Public agencies (including police departments and public schools) must apply in conjunction with at least one nonprofit organization. The preliminary application deadline is February 27, 2009. The RFP and preliminary application form will be available on the LISC website on January 5, 2009.

 

Funds for Grassroots Women's Projects

Open Meadows Foundation
The Open Meadows Foundation supports projects nationwide that are led by and benefit women and girls, particularly those from vulnerable communities. Specifically, the Foundation supports projects that are designed and implemented by women and girls; reflect the diversity of the community served by the project; promote building community power; and encourage racial, social, economic, and environmental justice. Priority is given to organizations that have limited financial access or have encountered obstacles in their search for funding. The Foundation provides grants of up to $2,000 to cover start-up expenses or to support ongoing projects. The first application deadline for 2009 is February 15. Funding guidelines and application instructions are available on the Foundation's website.

 

Support for International Museum Partnerships

American Association of Museums: Museums and Community Collaborations Abroad
Museums and Community Collaborations Abroad (MCCA), a grant program of the American Association of Museums, is designed to strengthen international connections through innovative, museum-based exchanges between U.S. and international museums. The program empowers museums to connect people in the U.S. with people abroad while at the same time strengthening ties between the museums and their communities. MCCA encourages museums to integrate their communities into project activities through collaborations with local or tribal governments and schools, hosting community events, working with U.S. Embassy-sponsored activities, and partnering with local media outlets. Funded projects must be completed within 15 months and must involve travel for both U.S. and non-U.S. museum staff. The deadline for submitting Statements of Intent to Propose is January 30, 2009; final applications are due March 16, 2009. Visit the American Association of Museums website for application details.

 

Creative Music Education Programs Funded

The Mockingbird Foundation
The Mockingbird Foundation is a nonprofit organization of Phish fans, founded to raise money for charity. The Foundation offers competitive grants to schools and nonprofit organizations that focus on music education for children in the United States, with an emphasis on geographic diversity throughout the country. The Foundation is particularly interested in projects that encourage creative expression in all musical forms, as well as projects that foster self-esteem. The target age is children eighteen years or younger, but the Foundation will also consider projects that benefit college students, teachers/instructors, or adult students, especially from disenfranchised groups. The next deadline for letters of inquiry is February 1, 2009. Visit the website listed above to submit an online letter of inquiry.

 

Grants Encourage Forest Management Partnerships

National Forest Foundation: Collaboration Support Program
The National Forest Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization established by Congress to support the USDA Forest Service in its management of the nation's forests and grasslands. The Foundation's Collaboration Support Program provides grants to organizations working to proactively engage local stakeholders in forest management and conservation issues on and around National Forests and Grasslands. The program provides Capacity Grants of up to $5,000 for organizational development needs in collaborative efforts. Innovation Grants of up to $10,000 are available for expenses related to the implementation of new strategies that will move the field of collaboration forward and that have the potential to be transferred to other collaborative efforts across the country. The submission deadlines for the 2009 program are March 6 and August 7. Visit the Foundation's website to download the Collaboration Support Program RFP.



 

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National and Regional Awards, Fellowships, and Requests for Proposals

 

Support for Oregon Nonprofits
The Oregon Community Foundation provides support to nonprofit organizations throughout the state through the Community Grants Program.

TechBridge Administers Awards for Innovation
TechBridge has renewed its partnership with Accenture to offer the 2009 Technology Innovation Award to eligible Georgia nonprofits.

Petra Foundation Supports Unsung Leaders
The Petra Foundation recognizes unsung leaders throughout the United States who work to assert the rights, dignity, and autonomy of marginalized populations.

NEA and IMLS Team to Sponsor The Big Read
The National Endowment for the Arts once again teams with the Institute of Museum and Library Services to restore reading to the center of American culture by offering The Big Read.

Sundance Offers Support to Documentarians
The Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program is accepting applications to the Sundance Documentary Fund from nonfiction contemporary-issue filmmakers in the U.S. and throughout the world.



 

Federal Deadlines

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USDA: Agriculture and Food Research Initiative Competitive Grants Program
This program provides funding for fundamental and applied research, extension, and education to address food and agricultural sciences.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Screening Targeted Populations to Interrupt On-going Chains of Transmission with Enhanced Partner Notification - The STOP Study
This program seeks to evaluate acute HIV infection screening links to enhanced partner notification and contact tracing.

National Endowment for the Humanities: Summer Seminars and Institutes
This program supports national faculty development programs in the humanities for K-12 and higher education teachers.

Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention: National Mentoring Programs
This program supports the enhancement of initiatives that will provide mentoring services to high-risk populations that are underserved due to location, shortage of mentors, special physical or mental challenges of the targeted population, or other situations identified by the community in need of mentoring services.

National Science Foundation: Expeditions in Computing
This program supports ambitious, fundamental research that promises to define the future of computing and information.

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