List of Project Grant- Specific Organization

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The mission of the SightFirst grant program of Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) is to develop or improve comprehensive eye care systems to fight blindness and vision loss and to assist people who are blind and visually impaired.
To help achieve the best possible outcomes for those with diabetes, LCIF established grants to assist with large-scale or affiliate projects. These funds will help individuals and communities critical education, prevention and treatment initiatives.
Established by the Board of Trustees of POISE Foundation, the Human Equity and Justice Fund is designed to provide immediate financial support to organizations and movements actively addressing crises that significantly impact Pittsburgh’s Black community
Stop the Violence Community Investment Fund offers funding to organizations with programs that complement and advance the Pittsburgh Plan for Peace and Group Violence Intervention (GVI) prevention strategy.
The Urban Youth Action grant program supports eligible applicants who provide consistent programming or services in youth education and enrichment. These funds can be used for general operations, program or project support.
As part of its mission to eliminate racism and empower women, YWCA Greater Pittsburgh, in partnership with the POISE Foundation, will award more than $2.1 million over the next three years to organizations working toward those same ideals
We support charities and not-for-profits throughout the UK. Individual applications will only be consider in exceptional circumstances.
In January 2018, REACH launched a call for applications for studies Exploring Inequalities in three Observatories: Dhaka (Bangladesh), Wukro (Ethiopia), and Kitui (Kenya).
Apply to the Developmental Pathway Gap Fund (DPGF) to generate critical preliminary data and de-risk your development strategy for a new medicine, medical device, diagnostic test, or other medical intervention.