The TJX U.S. Foundation‘s funding priorities are: 1) Basic needs for those in need (food, clothing, and shelter); 2) Access to opportunities outside of school that enable school success for at-risk youth, pre-k to grade 12; 3) Workforce readiness training for at-risk youth ages 16-24; and 4) Safety from domestic violence (shelter, prevention, and services).
School-Based Healthcare Solutions Network grants will support licensed mental health professionals to coordinate behavioral health services utilizing Telehealth technology and academic coordination activities with school administration in collaboration with school district designated program personnel. Max award is $250,000. Funding is available until depleted.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation‘s Pioneering Ideas: Exploring the Future to Build a Culture of Health program seeks proposals that are primed to influence health equity in the future. Focus areas include future of social interaction, future of food, and future of work.
The Ronald W. Burkle Foundation offers grants of up to $350,000 to support nonprofit activities that positively impact people around the world and their communities. The process begins with a letter of inquiry.
Inspired by the life and legacy of Gene Roddenberry, The Roddenberry Foundation (TRF) supports innovative thinking, original ideas, and extraordinary people who can change the world.
The Red Sox Foundation‘s funding focuses are children, families, veterans, and communities in need. Their funding priorities are health, educational, and recreational opportunities. Grants range from $1,000 to $5,000.
NYFA and the Rauschenberg Foundation have teamed up to offer visual and media artists and choreographers in the US Rauschenberg Emergency Grants of up to $5,000 for medical related emergencies.