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July 25, 2017

The Jim Moran Foundation’s mission is to improve the quality of life for the youth and families of Florida through the support of innovative programs and opportunities that meet the ever-changing needs of the community. Current funding focuses on education, elder care, family strengthening, and transitional living. Grants are for 501 (c)(3) companies. Grants are primarily awarded to Broward, Palm Beach, and Duval counties in Florida. Grants are awarded yearly and application information is available at

New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC), through its THRIVE South Jersey initiative, will be granting up to $100,000 in 2017 to support targeted community revitalization projects that will help enhance the impact of community-based organizations in achieving their community development missions. NJCC will award grants to projects fulfilling one of two purposes: community revitalization, or employment and workforce linkages. Grant applications will be accepted beginning January 17, 2017 and continue on a rolling basis throughout the year until the full amount has been awarded. For information on how to apply, visit

The Provident Bank Foundation (PBF) is committed to enhancing the quality of life in New Jersey and Pennsylvania communities served by Provident Bank. Since its founding in 2003, the Foundation has granted more than $22 million to not-for-profit organizations and institutions working toward stronger communities. Provident Bank Foundation provides grants in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Grant applications for non-profit organizations are accepted on a rolling basis. For more information on how to apply, visit

The Rhode Island Foundation Basic Human Needs Grants support community agencies that provide emergency assistance to Rhode Islanders most in need. Grants of up to $5,000 are awarded to community-based programs that provide direct assistance, such as: food, clothing, housing/rental assistance, prescription assistance, transportation assistance, child care assistance for homeless families, and toiletries.  For grant and application information, visit

The Sunderland Foundation was established in 1945 by Lester T. Sunderland, who served as president of the Ash Grove Cement Company for 33 years and a highly respected leader in the cement industry. Grants for building construction, renovation, repairs and restoration of facilities are considered. Areas of interest include higher education, youth serving agencies, health facilities, community buildings, museums, civic projects, and low maintenance, energy efficient housing projects sponsored by qualified tax-exempt organizations. Grants are awarded in Western Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Arkansas, and Western Iowa, and, to a lesser extent, in Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Utah and Montana. For application information, visit

Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans’ assistance has four areas for grants to be awarded: General Assistance, Housing4TexasHeros, Mental Health, and Veterans Treatment Court. All offer funding to non-profit and local government organizations to provide direct services to Texas Veterans and their families. The next funding cycle begins in August 2017. For more information visit:

The Viking Foundation of Lincoln is a benevolent entity established to help people. Following a long Eggland family tradition, support will only be provided to other 501(c)(3) organizations in three counties in Nebraska (Lancaster), Iowa (Polk) and Colorado (Denver) in the form of modest need-based grants directed to individuals, families, and companies challenged with education, poverty, housing, gender, mental and physical health, and other issues. Grant application deadline is Oct. 1st, 2017. For application information, visit

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