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New Grants Announced for Nonprofits

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

Agriculture in the Classroom Grants in Virginia
Virginia Agriculture in the Classroom is accepting applications to the annual AITC program. This program provides educators an opportunity to receive grant funding for a variety of creative projects to increase student understanding of the source of food and fiber inside or outside the traditional classroom.  The application deadline is on or around October 15, annually.

Grants for Schools, Community Initiatives and Youth Programs in Florida

The City of Orlando is accepting applications to the Mayor’s Matching Grant program. Past funded projects have ranged from banners, entrance beautification, and science clubs, to puppet shows that teach kids bullying prevention.  Applications are accepted on a year-round basis.

Youth Art Program Grants Available in Florida
The St Johns Cultural Council (SJCC) awards small grants for non-profit organizations, individual artists, and teachers. Funding is made possible through revenue from the sale of State of the Arts license plates in St Johns County. The Council is especially interested in arts education and outreach to underserved areas.  Applicatons are accepted from September 1 to October 1, annually.

Youth Development and Education Grants Available in Georgia
The Goizueta Foundation makes grants to support educational opportunities and expanded learning initiatives in the 10-county metropolitan Atlanta region.  Applications are accepted at any time.

Community Agriculture Grants in Massachusetts

The Green Pasture Fund was established at Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation in 1999 by an anonymous donor. The fund’s mission is to preserve and encourage small, community-based agricultural ventures which might include, but are not limited to: community-supported agriculture; local farmer’s markets; urban garden programs; agricultural scholarships; cooperative programming; internships; grantwriting; and marketing.  The application deadline is March 1, annually.