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FY 2019 Housing Preservation Grants (HGP)

WHAT DOES IT FUND? The HPG program is a grant program, which provides funds to assist low- and very low income homeowners in repairing and rehabilitating their homes in rural areas. Click here for more information. 
WHO'S ELIGIBLE? States, local governments, Federally recognized Tribes, and non-profit organizations located in rural areas and towns with 20,000 or fewer people

WHEN'S IT DUE? July 8, 2019

FY 2019 Law Enforcement-Based Victim Specialist Program

WHAT DOES IT FUND? This program will develop or enhance crime victim specialist programs within law enforcement agencies to better support victims through the criminal justice process including by connecting them with community-based direct victim services programs to more quickly and more effectively serve them. Among the most immediate needs are often referrals to victim assistance and compensation programs and informing them of their rights as crime victims. Click here for more information.
WHO'S ELIGIBLE?  Public law enforcement agencies (including municipal, county, state, and tribal agencies)

WHEN'S IT DUE? July 5, 2019

FY 2020 Our Town

WHAT DOES IT FUND? Our Town is the National Endowment for the Arts’ creative placemaking grants program. Through project-based funding, NEA supports projects that integrate arts, culture, and design activities into efforts that strengthen communities by advancing local economic, physical, and/or social outcomes. Successful Our Town projects ultimately lay the groundwork for systemic changes that sustain the integration of arts, culture, and design into local strategies for strengthening communities. These projects require a partnership between a local government entity and nonprofit organization, one of which must be a cultural organization; and should engage in partnership with other sectors (such as agriculture and food, economic development, education and youth, environment and energy, health, housing, public safety, transportation, and workforce development). Click here for more information. 
WHO'S ELIGIBLE? Local governments and non-profit organizations

WHEN'S IT DUE? August 8, 2019

FY 2018/2019 HOPE VI Main Street Grant Program

WHAT DOES IT FUND? This program provides support to small communities to assist in the renovation of a historic or traditional central business district or Main Street area by replacing unused, obsolete, commercial space in publicly or privately owned buildings with affordable housing units. Click here for more information. 
WHO'S ELIGIBLE? County governments, city or township governments, and special district governments that have a population of 50,000 or less and are not being served by a local county/parish public housing agency (PHA) that administers more than 100 physical public housing units within the local government's jurisdiction

WHEN'S IT DUE? July 30, 2019

FY 2019 Buses and Bus Facilities Program

WHAT DOES IT FUND? The purpose of the Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Program is to assist in the financing of buses and bus facilities capital projects, including replacing, rehabilitating, purchasing or leasing buses or related equipment, and rehabilitating, purchasing, constructing or leasing bus-related facilities. Click here for more information. 
WHO'S ELIGIBLE? designated recipients that allocate funds to fixed route bus operators, states or local governmental entities that operate fixed route bus service, and Indian tribes

WHEN'S IT DUE? June 21, 2019

FY 2019 Transforming Family Justice Center Services: Creating New Pathways of Hope and Healing for Polyvictims

WHAT DOES IT FUND? The purpose of this program is to improve how victim service providers respond to survivors of polyvictimization (when a person endures multiple victimizations of different kinds). Funding will support family justice centers (FJCs) or similar co-located service model agencies in transforming service delivery to more effectively meet the needs of polyvictims by building on lessons learned from the funding agency's A Pathway to Justice, Healing, and Hope: Addressing Polyvicitimization in a Family Justice Center program. Click here for more information. 
WHO'S ELIGIBLE? Governmental agencies that serve as the lead agency of a FJC; governmental agencies with an FJC established department or program within a city or county agency; nonprofit, non-governmental, and community-based domestic violence or sexual assault agencies that service as lead agency of an FJC; nonprofit organizations created expressly for leadership and management of an FJC; and governmental and nonprofit organizations that serve as the lead agency of a comprehensive co-located service center primarily serving victims of domestic violence and sexual assault

WHEN'S IT DUE? July 8, 2019

FY 2019 Upholding the Rule of Law and Preventing Wrongful Convictions Program (URLPWC)

WHAT DOES IT FUND? The URLPWC Program supports state and local policymakers and practitioners including conviction integrity or review units (CIUs) and wrongful conviction review entities (WCR entities) that represent individuals with post-conviction claims of innocence to review their potentially legitimate cases and enact measures to prevent future errors and ensure justice. Funding is intended to help prosecutors, law enforcement, defense counsel, and courts identify actual perpetrators and develop training tools, policies, and procedures that can prevent wrongful convictions. Click here for more information. 
WHO'S ELIGIBLE? State and local governments with authority over offices that work to prevent, identify, and correct false or wrongful convictions; state and local public defender's offices; nonprofit organizations (including tribal nonprofit organizations) dedicated to judicial verdicts that comport to the rule of law; and institutions of higher education (including tribal institutions of higher education)

WHEN'S IT DUE? July 2, 2019

FY 2019 WaterSMART Grants: Water Marketing Strategy Grants

WHAT DOES IT FUND? The Bureau of Reclamation provides assistance to eligible applicants to conduct planning activities to develop water marketing strategies that establish or expand water markets or water marketing activities between willing participants, in compliance with state and Federal laws. Click here for more information. 
WHO'S ELIGIBLE? States, Indian tribes, irrigation districts, water districts, or other organizations with water or power delivery authority located in the Western United States or United States Territories

WHEN'S IT DUE? July 31, 2019

FY 2020 Art Works Program

WHAT DOES IT FUND? The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Art Works Program provides project-based funding to support public engagement with, and access to, various forms of excellent art across the nation; the creation of art that meets the highest standards of excellence; learning in the arts in all stages of life; and the integration of arts into the fabric of community life. Projects may be large or small, existing or new, and may take place anywhere in the United States, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories. This is the second solicitation for the FY 2020 program. Click here for more information. 
WHO'S ELIGIBLE? Nonprofit organizations, units of state or local government, federally recognized tribal communities or tribes , local education agencies, school districts, and state and regional education agencies 

WHEN'S IT DUE? July 11, 2019

FY 2019 Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Support Program-Competing Continuation

WHAT DOES IT FUND? The Grants awarded through the DFC Support Program are intended to support established community-based youth substance use prevention coalitions capable of effective community level change. Coalitions receiving funds are expected to work with leaders in their communities to identify and address local youth substance use problems and create sustainable community-level change through the use of the Seven Strategies for Community Level Change. Click here for more information. 
WHO'S ELIGIBLE? Eligibility applicants are community-based coalitions addressing youth substance use that have previously received a DFC grant but experienced a lapse in funding or have concluded the first five-year funding cycle and are applying for a second five-year funding cycle. The coalition must consist of one or more representatives from each of the required 12 sectors: youth (18 or younger); parent; business; media; school; youth-serving organization; law enforcement; religious/fraternal organization; civic/volunteer groups; healthcare professional or organization; state, local, or tribal government agency with expertise in the field of substance abuse; and another organization involved in reducing substance abuse. 

WHEN'S IT DUE? July 8, 2019

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