Deadline Alerts: April 2015

Deadline Alert!A good Saturday to you, Funds Fans!  There is a wide selection of funding opportunities coming due in April so have a looky-see and get those proposals in there 🙂

April 3rd, 2015.  Grants up to $5,000Aboriginal Youth Sport Legacy Fund: Awarded to Aboriginal communities and organizations to support programs that increase sport, physical activity and recreation opportunities for Aboriginal youth. These grants can be used to purchase sports equipment and support a variety of programs, including sports clubs, hockey tournaments, basketball leagues, and fitness classes.

April 3rd, 2015.  Up to $50,000USD.  Each year the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) makes direct grants to hundreds of nongovernmental organizations worldwide working to advance democratic goals and strengthen democratic institutions. NED is interested in proposals from local, independent organizations for nonpartisan programs that seek to: Promote and defend human rights and the rule of law, Support freedom of information and independent media, Strengthen democratic ideas and values, Promote accountability and transparency, Strengthen civil society organizations, Strengthen democratic political processes and institutions, Promote civic education, Support democratic conflict resolution, Promote freedom of association, Strengthen a broad-based market economy.

April 14th, 2015.  $50,000 for first place and $25,000 for second place. The Reed Elsevier Environmental Challenge is open to individuals or organisations operating in the not-for-profit and for-profit sectors.  Projects must advance sustainable access to safe water where it is presently at risk and/or access to improved sanitation, and include the following criteria:

  • Be replicable, scalable and sustainable and set a benchmark for innovation
  • Have practical applicability
  • Address non-discrimination/equity of access
  • Involve and impact a range of stakeholders
  • Have local/community-level engagement

April 15th, 2015.  Up to 50% of project costs (max.)  Sustainable Development Technology Canada has two calls for proposals open: The SD Tech Fund™ supports projects that address climate change, air quality, clean water and clean soil.  The SD Natural Gas Fund™, an offshoot of the SD Tech Fund, supports the development and demonstration of new downstream natural gas technology. It is the first of a series of Market Innovation Funds™, where funds from industry are matched by SD Tech Fund money, to foster sector-specific cleantech solutions.

April 20th, 2015. Grants range from $2,000 to $4,000. The Endangered Language Fund has launched the 2015 Request for Proposals. Researchers and language activists from any country are eligible to apply. Awards can be made to institutions, but no administrative (overhead, indirect) costs will be covered.

April 24th, 2015.  Up to $10,000.  GoodLife Kids Foundation has changed their mandate for the 2015 funding cycle.  They will only be accepting requests for funding for inclusive physical activity programs for children with special needs.

April 30th, 2015.  The Aboriginal Training Program in Museum Practices provides Aboriginal people with professional and technical training in museum practices as well as internship opportunities at the Canadian Museum of Civilization. The annual application deadline is April 30th.  The program provides a small stipend, travel, training and facilities for the Program. Participants are encouraged to seek additional sources of financial support to cover living expenses.

April 30th, 2015 (LOI’s due).  Up to $5,000US.  The Child Health Foundation wishes to receive proposals from interested health workers, investigators, or community organizations for innovative research or innovative service projects directed at improving the health of infants, children, and pregnant women. Proposals may be submitted by individuals (with organizational support) or groups.  Areas of priority include:  development of sustainable biomedical and social technologies; and adaptation and implementation of technologies in local situations that may have widespread applications.  Highest priority will be to projects on malnutrition, enteric diseases (water and sanitation), and respiratory diseases.  Selected individuals or groups will be notified to further send a full proposal.

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