Circles of Care began in 1998 as a 3-Year infrastructure and planning grant for tribes and Urban Indian organizations to design a community-based systems of care model for children and families. Since that time, the program has funded 49 grantees. Funding for Circles of Care VII would begin around October 1, 2017.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
The full FOA is available here:
FOA Number: SM-17-002
Posted on Grants.gov: Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Application Due Date: Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number: 93.243
The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) is pleased to announce that outreach stipends of up to $1500 are available for Tribes and organizations serving American Indian and Alaska Native communities. These stipends are available for printing customized outreach materials to disseminate safe infant sleep in your community. Decisions regarding awards are made on a rolling basis and will be made within 4 weeks of receiving your application.
The outreach stipend application as well as more details about eligibility criteria are available through this Healthy Native Babies Application download.
If you do not wish to apply for an outreach stipend, you may still order national flyers, brochures, a Workbook Packet (which includes the Toolkit Disk), and a Facilitator's Packet visit the National Institute of Health Safe to Sleep website.
If you have any additional question or need additional information, please email the Native American Management Service or call 1-888-996-9916. Take advantage of these free resources to spread the word about safe infant sleep.
First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) is accepting proposals from Native communities interested in conducting food sovereignty or community food assessments. Under the Native Agriculture and Food Systems Initiative (NAFSI), generously supported by the NoVo Foundation Fund at the Tides Foundation, First Nations plans to distribute up to 20 grant awards averaging $20,000 each to Native communities looking to conduct food assessments and gain a better knowledge and understanding about the historical, current and future state of their local food systems.
All applications are due by Wednesday, August 10, 2016, at 5 p.m. Mountain Time.
For full information, a list of additional resources, and to begin an application, please visit http://www.firstnations.org/grantmaking/2016NoVoFSA.
LONGMONT, Colorado (July 26, 2016) – First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) today launched the “Nutrition Education for Native American Communities" project that will provide grants to Native American communities interested in starting or expanding nutrition education programming for Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR) recipients. The deadline for applications is Tuesday, August 23, 2016.
For full information on this grant opportunity or to begin an application, please visit http://www.firstnations.org/grantmaking/2016FDPIR.
July 21, 2016 - The National Indian Health Board and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are pleased to announce a new funding cycle for the Tribal Accreditation Support Initiative (Tribal ASI). The Tribal ASI will fund 8-10 Tribes at amounts ranging from $5,000 to $10,500 to work in one or more categories related to strengthening the Tribal health department and working towards public health accreditation as defined by the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB).
Funds can be used for (but not limited to):
NIHB has created a short application that asks for details on how the funds will be used and a statement of commitment from the Tribe to work towards accreditation. Completed applications are due to NIHB via email by Friday, August 26, 2016, by 11:59pm Eastern Time.
Additional information may be found by contacting Karrie Joseph, [email protected].
First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) is now accepting proposals from Native communities interested in conducting food sovereignty or community food assessments. Under the Native Agriculture and Food Systems Initiative (NAFSI), generously supported by the NoVo Foundation Fund at the Tides Foundation, First Nations plans to distribute up to 20 grant awards averaging $20,000 each to Native communities looking to conduct food assessments and gain a better knowledge and understanding about the historical, current and future state of their local food systems.
All applications are due by Wednesday, August 10, 2016, at 5 p.m. Mountain Time.
New Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 Methamphetamine and Suicide Prevention Initiative (MSPI) funding opportunity announcements (FOAs) were posted to the Federal Register today. MSPI federal program award opportunities were also posted to the MSPI webpage for IHS Federal Facilities...
SANTA ANA PUEBLO, New Mexico (June 15, 2015)- As the only national Native American led nonprofit dedicated to reducing Native American childhood obesity and type 2 diabetes, the NB3 Foundation is pleased to announce it’s Learning Community Action Grants Request for Application (RFA). The NB3 Foundation will award nine multi-year (2.5 year) grants of up to $100,000 each.
This multi-year funding opportunity, made possible by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, will expand the NB3 Foundation’s support of Native American communities working to improve the health and wellness of young children (birth to 8 years old). Applications will be accepted from tribes and Native-led organizations within Arizona, Navajo Nation and New Mexico that specifically focus on eliminating sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) and increasing consumption of safe drinking water and/or the promotion of breastfeeding for young Native American children...
Summary: The purpose of EPA's Tribal ecoAmbassadors Program is to support environmental projects at Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs) and partner the TCU participants of these projects with EPA scientists to study the environmental problems most important to the participating TCUs’ tribal communities. The focus of these projects may include, but are not limited to climate change, environmental health, traditional ecological knowledge, environmental sustainability, ecological adaptation, bio-diversity, and/or pollution. TCU applicants apply to this program for funding to support these student operated environmental projects.
Funding/Awards: The total funding for this competitive opportunity is approximately $400,000. EPA expects to award approximately eight grants of up to $50,000 each.
Project Period: Proposals should plan for projects to start no earlier than August 29, 2016. Project periods should be proposed for one academic year, closing by June 30, 2017.
Deadline is June 17, 2016. Learn more.
The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is now accepting applications under the FY 2016 Self-Help Group for American Indian and Alaska Native Survivors of Homicide Facilitator’s Guide Project Solicitation.
OVC will make one award of up to $475,000 for a qualified institution or organization to develop a comprehensive facilitator’s guide for individuals who are interested in starting a self-help support group for American Indian and Alaska Native survivors of homicide; develop and deliver a two-day training curriculum to train peers and mental health professionals on how to use the guide to start and sustain local self-help groups for the target population; and provide ongoing technical assistance to facilitators...
The National Institutes of Health announced a new funding opportunity to establish Collaborative Hubs to conduct research focused on reducing the burden of suicide and promoting resilience among American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) youth. This program aims to establish three collaborative research hubs to increase the reach and research base for effective, culturally relevant, preventive interventions that will increase resilience and reduce suicide in tribal or urban Indian communities. The goal of this program is to develop and test preventive strategies that could sustainably reduce the burden of youth suicide in AI/AN communities. Since each community has different strengths and challenges, cultural practices, and approaches, strong community and tribal partnerships will be essential to meeting this goal.
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) intends to commit $2,700,000 in FY 2017 to fund 3 awards. Awards issued under this FOA are contingent upon the availability of funds and the receipt of a sufficient number of meritorious applications.
Open Date (Earliest Submission Date): June 7, 2016
Letter of Intent Due Date(s): June 7, 2016
Application Due Date(s): July 7, 2016, by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization. All types of non-AIDS applications allowed for this funding opportunity announcement are due on this date.
No late applications will be accepted for this Funding Opportunity Announcements.
Applicants are encouraged to apply early to allow adequate time to make any corrections to errors found in the application during the submission process by the due date.
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Support Aimed at Helping Native Students Become College-, Career-Ready
The U.S. Department of Education today announced it is more than tripling – from $5.3 million to $17.4 million – the availability of funding for grants to help Native American youth become college- and career-ready.
The extra support is being provided for Native Youth Community Projects (NYCP) as an ongoing step toward implementing President Obama’s commitment to improving the lives of American Indian and Alaskan Native children. The grants will support the President’s Generation Indigenous “Gen I” Initiative to help Native American youth.
In a Federal Register notice, the Department said it expects to make approximately 19 demonstration awards ranging from $500,000 to $1 million to tribal communities before Sept. 30.
For more on the Administration’s investment in Native American issues, visit https://www.whitehouse.gov/nativeamericans.