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Voya Foundation

Are you looking for funds to support financial resilience in your Club? Do you want to ensure that Club members are equipped with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) expertise and financial knowledge necessary to compete in the 21st century?

Your Club can receive funds if your program addresses one of these areas:

  1. Provide innovative and experiential K-8 STEM learning opportunities to promote an early interest in STEM career fields, and improve teachers’ capabilities in STEM, or;
  2. Provide financial education curriculum to grade 9-12 students focused on navigating major financial milestones including student debt, credit, home ownership, financial products and services/financial capability, and family needs.

To learn more, visit Voya Foundation Grants.

Deadline: March 10, 2017
Amount: $2,500+

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The Harry Chapin Foundation

The Harry Chapin Foundation, founded in 1981, has one mission: to make a positive difference in communities across the country. They support non-profit organizations who continually make a difference in the lives of individuals. The Foundation supports organizations with the following:

  1. Community Education Programs that identify community needs and mobilizes resources to meet them while fostering social and economic justice.

  2. Arts in Education Programs and other approaches to educating young people through creative mediums.

  3. Environmental Programs that promote a safe and sustainable environment.
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USA Track & Field Foundation

Ready, Set, Go!

Clubs with existing track & field programs can apply for funds to support and expand “high quality programs that attract diverse ethnic and socio-economic youth and that promote character building, education, active healthy and drug free behaviors, including event participation in track and field and cross country/road running.”

Allowable expenses include equipment, uniforms, meet fees, travel, facility rental, staff and volunteer training, and outreach.

For more information, please contact the USATF Foundation.

Deadline: Ongoing 
Amount: Unspecified

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Karma for Cara Foundation

Do members of your Torch Club or Keystone Club have a community service project they need help funding? The Karma for Cara Foundation has an opportunity available that could help your Club kids reach their goal!

As part of an effort to promote and support youth volunteerism, K4C started a micro-grant program in the fall of 2014 to encourage kids, ages 18 years and younger, to apply for grants that would support their volunteer efforts around their local community. Examples of appropriate projects include renovating a vacant lot into a community garden, rebuilding a school playground, or helping senior citizens prepare their homes for harsh weather.

To date, the foundation has awarded 40 grants totaling $27,286, and has engaged hundreds of volunteers in more than a thousand hours of community service.

For program guidelines, profiles of featured projects, and application instructions, see the Karma for Cara Foundation website. All decisions related to grant awards will be made within one month of the submission deadline.

Deadline: April 1, 2017
Amount: $250 - $1,000

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2017 Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation from the U.S. Department of Justice

U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is pleased to announce that it is seeking applications for funding to improve public safety and victim services in Tribal communities. Federally-recognized Tribes and Tribal consortia can apply for this opportunity to develop a comprehensive and coordinated approach to public safety and victimization issues. Additionally, funding is available to support and enhance tribal efforts to prevent and reduce juvenile delinquency and strengthen the juvenile justice system for Native youth through Purpose Area 9. The Tribal Youth Program and DOJ’s other existing Tribal government-specific programs are included in, and available through, this single Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation.

Deadline for Submission

Applications must be submitted through the U.S. Department of Justice’s online Grants Management Systems (GMS) in a two-step process. First, applicants must register with GMS prior to application submission. It is suggested that applicants register as soon as possible. Early registration allows for ample time for the resolution of difficulties well in advance of the deadline in case they occur. Once registered with the GMS, begin the application immediately. After registration, those seeking funds will need to complete an application and submit in GMS by 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time on February 28, 2017. Application submitted past the deadline will not be reviewed.

About Us

For more information, read about the BGCA Native Services Unit team members and how to contact
them individually.

BGCA Mentoring

Need assistance with your BGCA National Mentoring Grant? 

Read more about managing Federal grants.

Have any questions?
Contact us. 

Contact Us

BGCA Native Services Unit
Dallas Service Center
2107 N. Collins Boulevard
Richardson, TX 75080

Direct: 972-581-2375
E-mail: BGCANS@BGCA.ORG