Which grants are people looking at the most? Here’s the list of the five most viewed funding opportunities on Grants.gov so far in the month of June (1st through 22nd).
The Administration for Children and Families (ACF) will award approximately $17.2 million in Community Economic Development (CED) discretionary grant funds to Community Development Corporations (CDC) for well-planned, financially viable, and innovative projects to enhance job creation and business development for individuals with low income.
CED grants will be made as part of a broader strategy to address objectives such as decreasing dependency on federal programs, chronic unemployment, and community deterioration in urban and rural areas.
This funding opportunity from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) solicits applications for the Secretary’s Minority AIDS Initiative Fund (SMAIF) Fiscal Year (FY) 2017 Curing Hepatitis C among People of Color Living with HIV program.
This multi-pronged initiative will support up to two (2) recipients to improve the prevention, care, treatment, and cure of hepatitis C (HCV) in areas affected by HIV/HCV coinfection among low-income, underinsured, or uninsured racial and ethnic minority populations.
The purpose of this HRSA cooperative agreement is to enhance health care delivery in the Delta Region through intensive technical assistance to providers in select rural communities, including Critical Access Hospitals (CAH), small rural hospitals, Rural Health Clinics (RHC), and other healthcare organizations.
At the local level, Healthy Start grants are provided to communities with high annual rates of infant mortality (i.e., at least 1½ times the U.S. national average) and high rates for other adverse perinatal outcomes (e.g., low birthweight, preterm birth, maternal morbidity and mortality) in order to address the needs of high-risk women and their families before, during, and after pregnancy.
To advance the mission of Healthy Start and contribute to state infant mortality reduction efforts, this announcement solicits applications for the Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Network on Infant Mortality (IM CoIIN).
This funding opportunity from the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health is intended to provide support for minority and/or disadvantaged communities disproportionately impacted by the opioid epidemic, childhood/adolescent obesity, or serious mental illness.
It seeks to prevent opioid abuse, increase access to opioid treatment and recovery services, and reduce the health consequences of opioid abuse; reduce obesity prevalence and disparities in weight status among children and adolescents; and reduce the impact of serious mental illness and improve screening for serious mental illness at the primary care level.