The Arizona Game and Fish Commission accepts grant applications annually for the Shooting Range Development Grant Program to encourage the development and improvement of shooting ranges and to support their maintenance and operation. The application deadline is on or about January 15, annually.

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The Junior League of Montgomery accepts grant applications for funding and volunteer placement annually. Their geographic focus is the Montgomery area, and they are seeking to work with programs that fit within their mission statement of “Strengthening Families."  The application deadline is generally mid-August, annually.

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Lake Shore Savings Bank accepts grant applications twice annually for projects and programs representing innovative, efficient approaches to serving community needs.  Grant applications are due on either June 1st or December 1st. 


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The J.T. – Minnie Maude Charitable Trust is accepting grant requests from organizations whose activities will benefit of the residents of Danville/Pittsylvania County (VA).  Requests for grants are accepted three times during a calendar year with due dates of February 1, June 1 and October 1.

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The Valley Baptist Legacy Foundation is accepting grant applications. The Foundation funds programs that measurably improve the health of those living in the lower Rio Grande Valley by promoting healthy lifestyles and providing increased access to healthcare for all.  Application deadlines are May 1 and November 1.

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The Women’s Fund of Greater Green Bay accepts grant applications semi-annually.  Application deadlines are January 11 and July 1.

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The Daniel E. Stuntz Memorial Foundation makes grants through the Stuntz Mycology Fund (SMF) to provide financial support for mycological research and education in the Pacific Northwest.  Application deadlines are March 1 and October 1, annually.


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The California Coastal Commission accepts applications for the WHALE TAIL® Grants Program annually. This program distributes funds from sales of the WHALE TAIL® License Plate. The grants support programs that teach California’s children and the general public to value and take action to improve the health of the state’s marine and coastal resources. 

The application deadline is on or around November 1, annually.

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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.

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The goal of Impact100 Westchester is to provide high-impact grants for project that reach under-served populations, raise the profile of lesser-known organizations, and highlight unmet needs in the region.  The application process generally starts in November, with applications due in January of the following year.


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The Texas Bar Foundation makes grants bi-annually to non-profits conducting programs that fit the Foundation’s mission.  The application deadlines are January 15 and July 15.


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The Wisconsin Dental Association Foundation is accepting applications for its new Smile Program aimed at providing underprivileged children, adults, and seniors with the personal oral hygiene supplies needed to put them on the track toward good dental health.  Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis until funding is expended for the calendar year.

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The South Dakota State Historical Society accepts grant applications to the Deadwood Fund grant program twice annually.  The application deadlines are October 1 and February 1.

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The Miami County Foundation accepts grant applications twice a year. Applicants must provide services directly to the citizens of Miami County.  The deadlines are February 28 and August 31.


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The Sheboygan County Planning and Conservation Department accepts applications to the Stewardship Fund Grant program annually.  The application deadline is generally on or around April 30.


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The Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation accepts letters of inquiry twice annually. Nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations in Coos, Deschutes, Douglas, Jackson, Josephine, Klamath and Lane Counties may apply. Local governmental bodies within Douglas County may also apply.  LOI deadlines are March 1 and September 1.


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