Funding Opportunities

Recognizing gaps in services available to families, the Coalition has gathered information on grant opportunities that can fill the most critical needs of families in Plumas County.

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Emergency Solutions Housing Grant Program (ESG)
Funding Available:
Grant amount not specified.
Due Date:
July 26, 2022
Eligible Applicants:
Public institutions, Nonprofit organizations

The ESG program provides grant funding to 1) engage homeless individuals and families living on the street, 2) rapidly re-house homeless individuals and families, 3) help operate and provide essential services in emergency shelters for homeless individuals and 4) families and prevent individuals and families from becoming homeless. ESG funds may be used for four primary activities: Street Outreach, Rapid Re-Housing Assistance, Emergency Shelter, and Homelessness Prevention. In addition, ESG funds may be used for associated Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) costs and administrative activities for some subrecipients.

APPLICABLE SERVICE SECTORS
Affordable Housing
Funds for Equity in Healthcare Access
Funding Available:
Grant amount not specified
Due Date:
Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis
Eligible Applicants:
Nonprofit organizations, Tribal organizations

The Equity in Access portfolio at the California Wellness Foundation champions health care coverage and access for all and defends the rights of immigrants to enjoy access to health services, coverage, and other benefits. The portfolio also supports the rights of women to access comprehensive sexual and reproductive health care services. Equity in Access funds focus on 1) public policy, research, and communications efforts to supporting expansion of health coverage; 2) culturally and linguistically appropriate health coverage outreach, education, retention; 3) utilization activities for Medi-Cal and Covered California; 4) research and communications activities to help build the case for universal coverage; 5) project support for larger community health centers and clinics to address health-related social needs of patients; and 6) core support for small community health clinics that provide a broad range of primary health care services to low-income individuals.

APPLICABLE SERVICE SECTORS
Healthcare Services
Grants to Strengthen U.S. Public Health Infrastructure, Workforce, and Data Systems
Funding Available:
Grant amount not specified.
Due Date:
August 15, 2022
Eligible Applicants:
Public institutions

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a historic investment in the infrastructure of U.S. public health agencies. This notice of funding opportunity (NOFO) is released to provide support for core infrastructure improvements that include, but are not limited to, these agencies’ workforce, foundational capabilities, and data infrastructure. Stronger infrastructure will serve immediate needs to respond to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and other public health outcomes that worsened or stalled during the COVID-19 pandemic. The investments will have sustained effects that position these agencies to better meet the ongoing and future public health needs of the communities and populations they serve. All recipients under Component A will receive workforce and foundational capabilities funding and recipients of Component B will also be funded. Only some recipients, to be determined, under Component A will receive data modernization initiative funding. All awards are subject to availability of funds. Component A will serve many purposes. First, it will enable recipients to hire, retain, sustain, and train the public health workforce, and strengthen their foundational capabilities. Also, with investments in data modernization, public health services will be expanded, improved, and accelerated, and in turn public health concerns including COVID-19 will be better addressed. The purpose of Component B is to support successful implementation of Component A, by providing technical assistance, evaluation support, and coordination and communication support among relevant partners.

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Healthcare Services
Funds for Addressing Human Needs
Funding Available:
Grants between $1,000 and $5,000 are available.
Due Date:
August 1, 2022
Eligible Applicants:
Nonprofit organizations

The Looking Out Foundation provides support to nonprofit organizations nationwide that address the ever-changing needs of the human race. Program interests include disadvantaged youth; public health; community development; women/gender equality; the environment, including environmental education; the arts; human and civil rights; and the hungry and the homeless.

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Miscellaneous
Funds for Workforce Equity
Funding Available:
Grants between $50,000 and $75,000 are available.
Due Date:
July 31, 2022
Eligible Applicants:
Nonprofit organizations, Tribal organizations

The Fund for Workforce Equity aims to center workers of color in the design and implementation of workforce policies and programs. In its inaugural grantmaking round, the Fund will provide flexible resources and support to workforce development organizations seeking to pilot, adopt, and learn from new strategies, as well as innovate on or extend existing strategies, that enable workforce organizations to increase authentic engagement with workers and learners of color and to respect and value their input by incorporating it into the design and implementation of workforce programs and policies.

APPLICABLE SERVICE SECTORS
Community Building
Funds for Literacy Programs in California
Funding Available:
Grant amount not specified.
Due Date:
August 1, 2022
Eligible Applicants:
Nonprofit organizations

The Dr. Seuss Foundation supports nonprofit organizations in California that address literacy issues. The mission of the Foundation is to be a catalyst for improved literacy, broadly conceived, through strategic partnerships and investments. The focus is on improving literacy and learning as these are essential to succeeding in the multi-layered worlds of the arts and humanities, health and well-being, animal welfare, and the environment

APPLICABLE SERVICE SECTORS
Miscellaneous
Grants for Youth and Health Programs in California
Funding Available:
Grant amount not specified.
Due Date:
Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.
Eligible Applicants:
Nonprofit organizations

The Del E. Webb Foundation provides support to Nonprofit Organizations located in the states of Arizona, California, or Nevada. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking primarily on child, youth, and health initiatives. Priority is given to projects and programs that offer a pathway to self-sufficiency. The Foundation prefers to fund results-based programs that will impact the future of society by allowing it to reach its maximum potential.

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Miscellaneous
Skatepark Construction Grants
Funding Available:
Grants between $1,000 and $300,000 are available.
Due Date:
Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.
Eligible Applicants:
Local Jurisdictions, Public institutions

The primary mission of the Skatepark Project is to help underserved communities create safe and inclusive public skateparks for youth. Only organizations seeking to build free, public, concrete skateparks in underserved communities may apply for a construction grant from The Skatepark Project. The Skatepark Project Grants Committee primarily considers skatepark projects that are designed and built from concrete by qualified and experienced skatepark contractors, include local skaters throughout the planning, fundraising, and design process, and are in underserved areas.

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Community Building
Funding Available through the Common Good Community Foundation
Funding Available:
Grants of $1,500 are available.
Due Date:
Applications are accepted twice per year with the next funding cycle closing in May 2022.
Eligible Applicants:
Nonprofit organizations

The Common Good Community Foundation provides grants for non-profit organizations within Plumas County for activities and projects that are related, but not limited to, arts and culture, animal welfare, education and scholarships, senior citizen services and medical services. Applications must include a detailed narrative describing the project and/or services the grant funds will support, project goals and how they will be attained, the geographic area and population that will be served and the number community members that will directly be served.

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Miscellaneous
Funding Available for Projects that Advance Human Agency
Funding Available:
Grants of $180,000 are available.
Due Date:
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis with the next round closing on February 14, 2022.
Eligible Applicants:
Institutions of Higher Education, Nonprofit organizations, Tribal organizations

The Agency Fund invests in ideas and organizations that leverage data, science, and technology to support people in poverty in the navigation of economic and life choices. Funding is provided for projects that pilot, experimentally test, scale, or improve specific innovations that advance human agency. Strong applications will demonstrate: 1) direct relevance to the planning and decision challenges of individuals, households, or communities in poverty; 2) a compelling hypothesis about specific informational or psychosocial barriers that can keep people from realizing their full potential; 3) a team that works at the cutting edge of social or technological innovation, follows an evidence-based approach, and has a deep understanding of the context it operates in; 4) path to scale, a framework for measuring cost and benefits at scale, and ambitious timelines.

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Miscellaneous
Funding Available for National Forest Conservation Efforts
Funding Available:
Grant amounts not specified.
Due Date:
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Eligible Applicants:
Nonprofit organizations, Tribal organizations, Institutions of Higher Education

The National Forest Foundation Matching Awards Program provides funding for action-oriented projects that enhance outdoor experiences, forest and ecosystem health, and engage local communities in caring for their public lands. Funded projects must address one of the following focus areas: Outdoor Experiences and Forest Health. The Outdoor Experiences focus area supports projects that improve the quality, condition, and care of outdoor experiences in National Forests, and the Forest Health focus area supports citizen-involved projects that maintain or restore ecosystem resiliency in National Forests. All grants require at least a one-to-one cash match through non-federal donations.

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Community Building
Support for Programs to Help Veterans and Service Members
Funding Available:
Grant amounts not specified.
Due Date:
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Eligible Applicants:
Nonprofit organizations

The Bob Woodruff Foundation Grants Program provides funding to programs that improve overall health and wellbeing of service members, veterans, their families, and caregivers. Priority is given to programs that 1) improve social determinants of health; 2) decrease barriers to accessing physical and mental healthcare; 3) increase accessibility to programming that fosters a healthy lifestyle; and 4) enhance opportunities for veterans to thrive after service.

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Healthcare Services