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Below are just a few of the latest grant announcements. Review more available grants for nonprofits here.

Community Redevelopment Project Grants in Virginia

The Harvest Foundation has anounced a new pilot program called “Pick up the Pace” (PUP). Through the program, grants will be awarded to help more local organizations in Henry County-Martinsville get involved in community redevelopment. These should be collaborative projects, involving several organizations if possible.


Grants for Nonprofits in New Jersey

Impact 100 Garden State is accepting grant applications from qualified nonprofit organizations in New Jersey. The organizations must operate in Morris, Passaic, Somerset, or Sussex counties.

Recycling Program Development Grants in Michigan

The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is accepting grant applications to help communities develop recycling programs. Grant funding is available through the 2014 Michigan Community Pollution Prevention (P2) Grant Program for three objectives.

Grants for Shooting Ranges in New York

The New York Department of Environmental Conservation is accepting applications for shooting range grants.

Grants for Nonprofits in Idaho
The First Federal Charitable Foundation is actively seeking applicants from 501(c)3 not-for-profit organizations for the upcoming disbursement period.  

Womens Health Grants Available in Hawaii

The Hawaii Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure accepts applications for grants regularly.

Classroom Grants in Massachusetts

The Melrose Education Foundation announces the availability of mini-grants to Melrose Public Schools staff.

Grants for Wyoming Nonprofit Organizations

The Lander Community Foundation accepts grant applications annually. Charitable organizations, including public nonprofits, service clubs, public school programs, faith-based organizations, and government entities-that provide programs and services to Lander-area residents are eligible.

Arts and Culture Activity Grants in Indiana

The Bloomington Urban Enterprise Association is accepting applications from individual artists, teams of artists, local businesses, and non-profit organizations (including neighborhood groups) for project grants to help support arts activities that enrich the cultural lives of Bloomington Urban Enterprise Zone residents and businesses and/or bring increased economic investment to the Zone.

Grants for Arts Programs in Florida

Florida’s Division of Cultural Affairs is accepting applications for its Arts and Culture Grants program for the 2015 fiscal year.



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I wrote recently about "How to Make the Most Out Of Bad Press".  The point was to help smaller organizations overcome a little bad press that may have come about through some misunderstandings or overzealous 'journalism'.

And then the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation / Planned Parenthood debacle happened.  Komen was (IS) on the receiving end of some serious backlash over their decision to halt funding to Planned Parenthood for breast health programs.  I watched with interest because I wanted to see how Komen would handle the rising tide and if any of my little grassroots tips would be illustrated in a real world scenario involving national organizations. 

Unfortunately, it seems Komen didn't have any type of plan for handling the fallout of their decision to cut funding - a decision that was obviously controversial.  It didn't take any kind of psychic powers to KNOW this decision would send social media into overdrive. 

Komen's handling of the resultant backlash did more than upset an awful lot of people.  It called their integrity into question, and that is not the position any organization should purposely put themselves in.  It made me wonder if Komen is out of touch and just cannot communicate with the population in an effective and thoughtful manner, or if there is a serious integrity issue at the core of the foundation operations.  Michael J. Rosen, CFRE has posted an excellent analysis of this issue on his blog

I hope you'll find it as interesting as I did.  I think it really highlights the importance of clear communications and maintaining your organization's integrity.  Your donors, supporters, employees and volunteers have to trust your organization in order to fully support your mission.  That trust is a very special gift that should be honored.  

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