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Long Island nonprofits are now eligible to apply for a $5,000 grant for use on printed materials, an offer from commercial printing company Star Communications in Hauppauge.
To apply for the grant, organizations may email Joe Crook at firstname.lastname@example.org for an official application.
Star Communications will consider the nonprofit's proposed use of the grant, how the grant will...Read more »
Local nonprofits that offer services for the homeless may be eligible to apply for grants up to $10,000 through a new initiative through Apartments.com -- an online rental listing provider.
The Chicago-based company will be offering $100,000 in grants for programming or operational expenses at nonprofits that work to help the homeless population. Grants will total between $500 and $10,000...Read more »
Two Long Island nonprofits were awarded $15,000 each as the winners of the first annual Capital One Bank's Financial Literacy Challenge last night.
Literacy Nassau, Inc. of Freeport and South Oaks Hospital in Amityville were recognized for implementing successful financial literacy education programs; the award money will go towards continuing the efforts.
The two nonprofits were selected...Read more »
A total of $30,000 in funding is available for six tri-state area nonprofits through a program run by the McDonald's Nutrition Network and Dasani.
Nonprofits may apply by May 15 to receive $5,000 in funding for a proposed nutrition education program in their community. Those interested in applying can visit www.McDNYMetroNutritionNetwork.com.
Candidates will be evaluated based on the...Read more »