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Animal Welfare in Underserved Areas - National

maximum grant not specified; 7/7/15 deadline

 


Community Initiatives - South Dakota

maximum grant not specified; 5/20/15 deadline



Community Improvement Grants in Texas

Texas-New Mexico Power is accepting grant applications for local environmental projects in communities served by the company.  The application deadline is May 29, 2015. Texas grants



Grants for Arts Projects in Tennessee

The Tennessee Arts Commission is accepting applications for the Arts Build Communities (ABC) grant program. This program is designed to provide support for arts projects that broaden access to arts experiences, address community quality of life issues through the arts, or enhance the sustainability of asset-based cultural enterprises.  The application deadline is July 1, 2015.



Grants for Grassroots Organizations in Philadelphia

The Union Benevolent Association accepts grant applications bi-annually to benefit high-impact grassroots organizations throughout Philadelphia.  Application deadlines are April 30 and September 30.  Pennsylvania grants



Habitat Restoration Grants for North and South Carolina

Duke Energy offers grants through the Habitat Enhancement Program to qualifying government agencies and nonprofits that want to enhance, create and protect fish and wildlife habitats along the Catawba-Wateree River and its tributaries in the Carolinas.  The application period is May 1 to June 31, annually.




Arts Grants in Oregon

The Coos County Cultural Coalition is accepting applications for its annual grant program. The application deadline is October 31, 2015.



Grants for Nonprofits in Oklahoma

Cherokee Strip Community Foundation is accepting letters of intent. The letter should detail the project and what the grant money will be used for.  The application deadline is July 31, annually.



Grants for Nonprofit Organizations in the Dakotas

The Credit Union Foundation of the Dakotas (NCUF Partner) is accepting applications from community organizations and credit unions affiliated with The Credit Union Association of the Dakotas.



Outdoor Recreation Grants

The Ohio Division of Wildlife offers “STEP OUTSIDE” grants to local government agencies, non-profit organizations, and other family and youth oriented facilities to promote outdoor skills such as fishing, hunting, trapping, archery, and shooting sports.



School Field Trip Grants in New York

The Community Foundation of the Hudson Valley accepts applications bi-annually for their field trip program. This grant program is designed to distribute funds to public schools in Dutchess and Ulster Counties to enhance classroom learning opportunities.  Application deadlines are September 30 and December 30.



  

 

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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
here


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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