IaUW highlights occasional human service funding and recognition opportunities for our partners. Information is gleaned from many sources, including the Foundation Center, the State of Indiana and various nonprofit newsletters.
American Legion Child Welfare Foundation is accepting applications to fund programs that benefit youth.
Indianapolis Continuum of Care (ICoC) seeks proposals for grants up to $160,000 for new housing and services programs for persons who are homeless in Marion County.
J.M. Kaplan Fund is accepting applications for grants up to $15,000 to support book publishing projects for nonprofits.
Project Learning Tree is accepting applications from schools and nonprofits for grants up to $1,000 to support environmental service-learning projects.
Lawrence Foundation is accepting proposals for grants in the areas of environment, education, human services and disaster relief.
Prudential Financial and National Association of Secondary School Principals will honor and award $1,000 to select middle and high school students who volunteer in local communities or abroad.
American Electric Power is accepting applications for pre-k-12 teachers in AEP area for classroom project mini-grants up to $500.
A Little Hope is accepting introductory emails to be considered for granted funds for youth bereavement support services and grief services to children and teens.
American Humane Association is accepting applications for grants up to $2,000 to support medical procedures for animals that have been abused or neglected.
Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood is seeking letters of intent for funding opportunities in the area of early childhood welfare, education and play and parenting education.
Captain Planet Foundation is accepting applications for grants up to $2,500 for hands-on educational experiences related to the environment.
Corporation for Public Broadcasting will accept applications for emergency recovery grants, specifically for rural communities that have experienced a disaster within the last 4 weeks that has caused damages to their broadcasting systems.
Dorothea Haus Ross Foundation is seeking applications to support a wide range of programs that serve vulnerable children with grants between $1,000 and $15,000.
Good Sports is accepting applications from organizations and schools in need of sports equipment for youth programs.
Hearst Foundation is accepting applications to support well-establish nonprofits that serve a large demographic and address significant issues within their major interest areas-culture, education, health and social service.
KaBoom! offers "Let's Play Land Use" playground grants.
Kroger Company Foundation is seeking applications to award grants for the betterment of the people and communities where Kroger operates.
Let’s Play is accepting applications for ten different grant opportunities that support youth sports or recess equipment, afterschool programming and playground/fitness equipment.
Open Meadow Foundation is accepting applications for grants up to $2,000 for projects implemented by women that promote economic justice.
PNC Foundation is accepting applications to support a variety of nonprofit organizations, particularly interested in those that support early childhood education and economic development.
Public Welfare Foundation is accepting letters of intent for advocacy projects in the areas of criminal justice, juvenile justice and workers’ rights.
Retirement Research Foundation is accepting proposals to provide funds for projects designed to improve the lives of older Americans.
RGK Foundation is accepting letters of inquiry for programs in the areas of education, community and health and medicine.
Signing for Change is accepting applications to award grants up to $10,000 for nonprofit organizations driving social change in their communities.
Start a Snowball is accepting applications for grants of $100 to help youth kick off their philanthropy efforts.
Wells Fargo accepts applications from non-profit organizations that provide human services, community development, educational, artistic, cultural, civic and environmental programs.
Wish You Well Foundation is accepting applications to award up to $10,000 to nonprofit organizations that promote family literacy.