Funding and Resource Opportunities | March 2017

March 20, 2017
| by Editor |

Our list of March grant and resource opportunities for you to consider this month includes opportunities that fund healthy kids, preservation, and arts and culture. 


American Heart Association and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Voices for Healthy Kids
Deadline: March 31, 2017

Voices for Healthy Kids, an American Heart Association and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation initiative which seeks to engage, organize, and mobilize people to improve the health of communities and reverse the childhood obesity epidemic, is accepting applications on an ongoing basis, with a March 31 deadline for the Incubator Grant. The Incubator Grant will be awarded to those who exhibit innovative advocacy approaches that align with the Voices for Healthy Kids policy priorities. Incubator Opportunities should also identify additional partners and strategies through the empowered engagement of populations most impacted by childhood obesity.

The Abreu Foundation
May P. & Francis C. Abreu Charitable Trust
Deadline: March 31, 2017

May P. & Francis C. Abreu Charitable Trust is looking to support organizations that meet critical community needs related to animal welfare, children’s and senior services, as well as those most at risk due to difficult social circumstances and grave health issues. The trust funds organizations in the Atlanta area only and offers the following kinds of support: capital campaigns; program development; seed money; and matching funds.

The Community Foundation of Northwest Georgia
Community Grant
Deadline: March 31, 2017

The Community Foundation of Northwest Georgia is accepting applications for their Community Grant grant cycle. Grants are awarded to those organizations who help fund projects designed to solve problems and make the communities of Northwest Georgia better places to live, work, and play beyond the time of funding. Focus areas for those applying for the grant include Arts & Culture, Civics, Education, Social Services, Historic Preservation, and Environmental Preservation. Organizations who have never applied for the community grant before are encouraged to call the office prior to applying. 
Compiled and edited by Jenna Ovett, communications coordinator at the Georgia Center for Nonprofits.

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