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April 16, 2015

The Medina Foundation improves lives by funding human service organizations that provide direct support to Puget Sound residents in the counties of Clallam, Grays Harbor, Island, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Mason, Pacific, Pierce, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, Thurston, and Whatcom. Their focus area includes housing and related services to support those in need, including programs that help people become self-sufficient. Interested organizations must first submit a Letter of Inquiry, which are accepted on a rolling basis. More information on the grant application process can be found by clicking here.

The Melville Charitable Trust seeks out and supports solutions to prevent and end homelessness. The Trust funds housing-centered solutions that enable people who have experienced homelessness to reclaim their lives. Among their priorities are the creation of affordable and supportive housing as well as housing advocacy and policy development. While the focus of their funding is for organizations located in Connecticut, they will fund national programs that meet their goal of systemic change. For more information on how to apply, click here.

The MGM Resorts Foundation is seeking proposals from nonprofit agencies providing direct services to people living in Nevada, Mississippi, and the greater Detroit, MI area. Their focus areas include programs focusing on self-sufficiency that provide affordable housing, utility assistance, vocational training, job preparation, education, and employment services. The 2015 grant cycle will begin this month. Information and guidelines on applying can be found here.

The Principal gives grants to organizations in communities operating in the following cities: Des Moines, Cedar Falls, Mason City, and Otumwa in Iowa, Grand Island, NE, Appleton, WI, Spokane, WA, and Wilmington, DE. The Principal’s focus areas include health and human services programs working in areas such as such as affordable housing, workforce preparedness programs, substance abuse prevention and treatment programs. For more information, click here.

The Windham Foundation seeks to assist Vermont organizations concerned with the needs and quality of life in Vermont, its citizens and its communities. Their focus area includes, but is not limited to, programs which meet basic human services. Grant applications can be submitted online at any time and are reviewed on a quarterly basis. More information on the application process can be found by clicking here.


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