Community Development Grant News

Selected community development grants and philanthropy news from foundations and the federal government from around the Web.

Help Build A Sustainable Future At The 2022 Waterfront Conference

"New York City's waterways are special places for city residents, playing a crucial role in city life, and with the threats of climate change, it is important for those in the region to become more...more

Skoll Foundation Names Winners Of The 2022 Skoll Award For Social Innovation
Foundation: Skoll Foundation

"In the face of growing global challenges, these social innovators have never had a bigger role to play and have never needed more support," says Don Gips, CEO of the Skoll Foundation, which on...more

San Antonio Nonprofit Says Shooting Death of Teen Tipping Point for New Program

"I believe our community needs to come together, not only for these instances, but to prevent these instances." That's the message from Pastor Darrell Boyce of San Antonio, Texas, after his...more

Detroit Program Awards $2.5M In Grants To 35 Community Groups

Detroit's Housing and Urban Development Department has awarded nearly $2.5 million in grants to 35 community groups to boost nonprofits and services for low- and moderate-income residents in the...more

American Express Funds Grants For Historic Restaurants

The COVID-19 pandemic took a toll on small businesses across the country, so American Express is offering a number of grants to help them get back on their feet, Mashable reports. The company's...more

Vista To Expand Outreach At Homeless Encampments Near Watershed

Homeless people who live in out-of-sight encampments in Vista, Calif., may soon find new homes thanks to a $1.8 million state grant. The Vista City Council this month accepted a $1.8 million...more

Indianapolis Program Gets Funding For Grassroots Violence Reduction Work
Foundation: Indianapolis Foundation

The city of Indianapolis had its most violent year ever last year, with 249 criminal homicides, and this year it's getting $15 million from the federal government to help fight the violence, the...more

Unrestricted Giving Supports Emerging Needs In Chautauqua Region
Foundation: Chautauqua Region Community Foundation

When Ken and Lois Strickler moved to Jamestown, New York, in the 1970s, the husband-and-wife team wanted to give back to the community they loved, so they started the Chautauqua Region Community...more

A New Exhibit Explores Florida's Affordable Housing Crisis Through A Different Lens
Foundation: Gulf Coast Community Foundation

A new photography exhibit in Sarasota, Fla., offers a look into the lives of people who are struggling to make ends meet. "I feel so honored to have been given the gift of spending time with these...more

Cross-border Partnership Seeks To Formally Connect Great Lakes Trails
Foundation: Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan

When Detroit's Gordie Howe International Bridge opens in 2024, it will be the only toll-free bridge on the Atlantic, but it won't be the only toll-free bridge between the US and Canada. The...more

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Recycled Water Bottle Roof for Disaster Housing

Stemming from a Kickstarter campaign, a recycled water bottle roof would provide shelter for disaster victims in light of the recent devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.

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