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Nonprofit Corner



More than 1.5 million nonprofit organizations are registered in the U.S. The government provides $100 million in funding to organizations each year. State government allocates funding for specific nonprofits through budget legislation for capital and operating expenses. You can start advocating for funding by following some key tips.
  • Assess your funding needs and/or policies that need to be changed
  • Develop your message
  • Engage your team – staff, board, donors, supporters, consumers…the community you serve
  • Get to know your legislators by inviting them to tour your nonprofit and see the services you provide their constituents
  • Understand the process for enacting budgets and policies, and time your advocacy efforts accordingly
  • Develop relationships with government agency program managers
  • Track government funding opportunities and policy decision-making throughout the year to execute a strategic plan for engagement
For information on grants, conferences, advocacy planning and ways to maximize opportunities for growth, contact lpowell@G2Gconsulting.com.

what's new in grant funding

Each month, we post a new opportunity for nonprofits. There are many more you can find at www.grants.gov or contact us to provide a tailored search.

National Limb Loss Resource Center

An estimated 2 million people live with limb loss/limb difference in the United States. Each year an estimated 185,000 amputations are performed in the United States. People with limb loss/limb difference experience many barriers to successful community reintegration and full participation in social life. People with limb loss / limb difference perceive a reduction in their participation in recreational activities and satisfaction at work and feel more impaired in their ability to navigate their community following the amputation of their limb. Additionally, people with limb loss/limb difference often experience anxiety and psychological distress, low rates of workforce re-entry, environmental barriers, and secondary co-morbidities associated with the amputation of a limb (e.g., back pain, arthritis). Furthermore, individuals with limb loss report receiving little information about their rehabilitation from their healthcare provider either before or after their amputation.The Administration for Community Living (ACL) plans to award one (1) cooperative agreement for a National Limb Loss Resource Center to ensure the availability of, and access to, the most comprehensive, high quality information and supports for people of all ages living with limb loss/limb difference, their families, and their caregivers. The National Limb Loss Resource Center will:

  • Increase supports and resources available to people living with limb loss/limb differences, their families, and the caregivers through a robust national website containing a wide variety of resources for individuals and families looking for information following an amputation or while growing up with limb differences.
  • Provide educational opportunities, activities, and outreach to all people living with limb loss/limb differences, their families, and their caregivers regardless of age, location, or gender.
  • Collaborate with federal agencies and other national organizations that have a vested interest in the limb loss and limb differences community to reach more people seeking long-term services and supports and employment information.
  • Ensure performance measurements are being captured to develop lessons learned and best practices.

Economic Development Assistance Programs

Under this opportunity, EDA solicits applications from applicants in rural and urban areas to provide investments that support construction, non-construction, technical assistance, and revolving loan fund projects under EDA’s Public Works and EAA programs. Grants and cooperative agreements made under these programs are designed to leverage existing regional assets and support the implementation of economic development strategies that advance new ideas and creative approaches to advance economic prosperity in distressed communities. EDA provides strategic investments on a competitive- merit-basis to support economic development, foster job creation, and attract private investment in economically distressed areas of the United States.

  • Agency: Economic Development Agency
  • Funding: The average size of a Public Works investment has been approximately $1.4 million,bur range from $200,000 to $3,000,000. EDA awards between 80 and 150 Public Works projects a year.
  • Deadline: Accepting applications on a rolling basis. Proposals are reviewed within 30 days of receipt.
For information on grants, conferences, advocacy campaigns and ways to maximize opportunities for growth, contact lpowell@G2Gconsulting.com.

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