Grant opportunities for the week of April 22, 2013

If you are interested in pursuing any of the below grant opportunities, please contact Patrick Lynch, Director of Grants and Sponsored Programs, at (305) 899-3072 or plynch@mail.barry.edu.

PRIVATE GRANT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Funding Agency:
BI-LO Winn-Dixie Foundation

Title:
Grants to Address Hunger Issues in the Southeast

Deadline:
June 30, 2013

Synopsis:
This foundation's primary funds projects that address hunger. There is also limited funding for programs focused on health, education, women, and children.

Funding:
Award ceiling not specified.

Link:
BI-LO Winn-Dixie Grants to Address Hunger Issues in the Southeast  


Funding Agency:
Melanoma Research Foundation

Title:
New Research Projects Grant Program

Deadline:
May 23, 2013

Synopsis:
This foundation is accepting applications from emerging and established scientific investigators for research projects that explore new avenues in melanoma biology, prevention, and treatments, with the goal of finding a cure. The foundation makes grants in four areas: Career Development Awards, Established Investigator Awards, Career Investigator CURE OM Awards, and Established Investigator CURE OM Awards.

Funding:
Award Ceiling: $50,000 a year for two years for Career Development Awards and Career Development CURE OM Awards (junior researchers); $100,000 a year for two years for Established Investigator Awards and Established Investigator CURE OM Awards (senior researchers).

Link:
Melanoma Research Foundation Invites Applications for New Research Projects  


Funding Agency:
American Psychological Foundation

Title:
John and Polly Sparks Early Career Psychologists for Children

Deadline:
May 15, 2013

Synopsis:
Early career psychologists conducting research on early intervention and treatment for serious emotional disturbance in children are encouraged to apply for these grants.

Funding:
Award Ceiling is $10,000.

Link:
 APF John and Polly Sparks Early Career Psychologists for Children  


Funding Agency:
The Foundation for Improvement of Justice

Title:
Awards for Effective Justice Initiatives

Deadline:
May 15, 2013

Synopsis:
The goal of these awards is to recognize innovative and effective works and/or programs whose efforts have made positive influential differences in the United States criminal and civil judicial arenas. The awards program is open to all individuals, programs, and organizations within the United States.

Funding:
Award ceiling is $10,000 as well as a medal, a commendation bar pin, a certificate of appreciation, and an invitation to an awards banquet in Atlanta, Georgia.

Link:
The Foundation for Improvement of Justice Awards for Effective Justice Initiatives

 

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