Posts Tagged ‘grant’

New Hampshire #Afterschool Network: Family #Literacy #Grant Opportunity – deadline 6/24/13

Tuesday, May 21st, 2013

NCFL and Toyota Announce New Six-Year Initiative, Starting with Grant Opportunity

Today the National Center for Family Literacy (NCFL) announced a new six-year initiative, Toyota Family Learning. One major component of the initiative also kicks off today: NCFL is now accepting grant applications to further family learning beyond the classroom and into homes and communities. Applications are being accepted now through June 24 at:

This year, five organizations will be awarded a three-year, $175,000 grant, in addition to a wide range of NCFL training and communication support, learning items, and materials. Grantees will engage vulnerable families in learning together and participating in family mentor and service learning activities. Schools, libraries, and community-based organizations that provide services to families are eligible to apply.

The vision for Toyota Family Learning, fueled by the enduring NCFL-Toyota partnership, is much more than a specific program or model. It will engage not only grantee families but also families across the nation to be a part of modern-day movement for families learning together. Toyota Family Learning will draw the participation of families both online and offline, incorporating digital elements launching later this year including a website, mobile app, social media, and more. The first component of this effort is the current grant opportunity for communities.

21st Century Learning Centers Competitive Grant Opportunity plus TA Webinar 3/21/13

Friday, March 8th, 2013

The New Jersey Department of Education is pleased to announce the release of the 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program Competitive Grant-Cohort 9-Year 1/5 Notice of Grant Opportunity (NGO) has been approved and posted to the NJDOE Website at: under “Available Grant Opportunities”.

The purpose of the 21st CCLC program is to supplement the education of students in grades 4-12, who attend schools eligible for Title I school wide programs or schools where a minimum of 30% of students are from low-income families.

21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) are defined as centers that offer academic remediation and enrichment activities in tandem with a broad array of other enrichment activities in the areas of arts and culture, youth development, and physical activity to students and their adult family members when school is not in session (afterschool, before school or during the summer).

Eligibility to apply for this 21st CCLC program is open to all New Jersey public or private agencies (i.e., charter schools, educational service commissions, jointure commissions and special-services school districts), non-profit organizations, city or county government agencies, faith-based organizations (including religious private schools), institutions of higher learning and for-profit agencies.

The competitive application will only be accepted through the Department’s Electronic Web-Enabled Grant (EWEG) system. No paper applications will be accepted.

Please not that EWEG is not currently available to start entering your competitive application, you will receive notification when EWEG is up and ready.

A technical assistance webinar is scheduled for March 21, 2013 from 9:30am – 11:30am,  Registration is required.  Applicants must register online at:  Information regarding the webinar will be sent to those individuals registered.  If you have any questions, please send an email to

Batters Up USA: Equipment Grant Available!

Monday, January 28th, 2013

Batters Up USA

How to Apply for an Equipment Grant 

Batters Up USA® provides free baseball/softball equipment, primarily bats, balls, tee ball sets, helmets, catcher’s gear, and bases to local organizations to support the start up of new programs or to assist existing programs to grow. We serve boys and girls recreational programs up to age 13.

PRIORITY IS GIVEN TO THOSE PROGRAMS SERVING A HIGH PERCENTAGE OF YOUTH IN NEED such as inner-city and after-school programs. We have contributed to many such programs run by Parks Departments, Schools, Boys and Girls Clubs, YMCA’s Police Athletic Leagues, independent local leagues, Little League, and the other organized youth baseball/softball organizations. We also support the American Baseball Federation Basic after-school reading/baseball program with equipment and reading materials. See our separate program description.

Batters Up USA®will provide the safety type baseballs and softballs so that the games may be played without gloves and to minimize the risk of ball impact injuries. Equipment will be provided on an ‘as available’ basis; first come, first served.


Fill out and submit this simple online application.
Batters Up USA Equipment Grant Application

Or, if your browser blocks our form, DOWNLOAD THIS FORM print, and and mail to:

Jess Heald, Executive Director
Batters Up USA
1014 Paseo Bufalo
Taos, NM 87571