Inland Empire Capaciteria


Health and Wellness

Mar 31 2017

The Hanley Family Foundation Accepting Applications for Substance Abuse Programs

The Hanley Family Foundation supports organizations and programs that advance the prevention , diagnosis, and treatment of alcoholism, chemical dependency, and addictive behavior, including support for related research and education. The foundation accepts pre-proposals on an ongoing basis. Upon review, selected applicants will be invited to submit a full proposal. Grant amounts are determined on a project-by-project basis. The organization’s preference is to support operations whose primary focus is to help individuals to recover from, or avoid, substance use disorder. Due to the lack of treatment services, opportunities to support new or expanding programs that will allow more people to seek recovery are particularly attractive to the foundation.

Grant Amount: Grant amounts not specified.

Eligibility: Eligible organizations must be located in the United States and tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3). Organizations must qualify as public charities as described in Section 509(a)(1), (2) or (3). Letters of inquiry and grant requests must be submitted online.

Due Date: There is no deadline for submitting a Letter of Inquiry, but the foundation’s fiscal year ends May 31, and it conducts two funding cycles each fiscal year. Grant applications received by March 31 will be decided on by May 31, and those received by September 30 will be decided on by November 30.

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Mar 31 2017

Finish Line Youth Foundation Invites Applications for Youth Athletic Programs and Camps

The Finish Line Youth Foundation, the charitable arm of athletic products retailer Finish Line, provides funding to youth athletic programs and sports-based camps, especially those serving disadvantaged children and those with special needs. To that end, the foundation administers three grant programs: Programmatic grants, Legacy grants, and Founder's grants.

1.Programmatic Grants: Grants of up to $5,000 will be awarded to nonprofit organizations in support of community-based athletic programs and to established camps that teach active lifestyle and team-building skills.

2.Legacy Grants: Grants of up to $75,000 will be awarded to support new facilities improvements and/or renovations to existing buildings, grounds, and property.

3.Founder's Grants: Grants of up to $25,000 will be awarded for emergency needs that may be keeping the organization from providing current services, such as a natural disaster or other unforeseen fiscal circumstance.

Grant Amount: Grants range from $5,000 to $75,000 based on the type of grant award as specified above.

Eligibility: To be eligible, applicants must be a nonprofit organization that provide opportunities for kids to participate in community-based youth athletic programs or a camp that emphasizes active lifestyles, especially programs that serve disadvantaged and special needs kids. Priority will be given to organizations or programs located near Finish Line retail stores.

Due Date:  March 31, 2017

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Mar 31 2017

Sun Life Team Accepting Applications for Diabetes Education and Awareness Programs

The Sun Life Team Up Against Diabetes grant program is dedicated to addressing the prevention of diabetes and its related complications. Grants are provided to nonprofit organizations throughout the country that focus on the following areas: diabetes prevention, awareness, education, and care; diabetes management; recovery and support from diabetes-related complications; obesity prevention; and nutritional programs, including education, management, and awareness.

Grant Amount: Grant amounts not specified.

Eligibility:  Eligible organizations must be tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3).

Due Date: March 31, 2017 For more information, visit: vgnLocale=en_CA


Apr 01 2017

Baseball Tomorrow Fund Invites Applications From Youth Baseball and Softball Programs

The Baseball Tomorrow Fund is a joint initiative of Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association.

BTF awards grants to nonprofit organizations involved in the operation of youth baseball and softball programs and facilities. The funds may be used to finance a new program, expand or improve an existing program, undertake a new collaborative effort, or obtain facilities or equipment needed for youth baseball or softball. Grants are intended to provide funding for incremental programming and facilities for youth baseball and softball programs, not for normal operating expenses or as a substitute for existing funding or fundraising activities.

Grant Amount: BTF does not specify a maximum grant award; however, the average grant amount is approximately $40,000.

Eligibility: To be eligible, applicants must be a U.S.-based or international nonprofit and tax-exempt organization involved in the operation of youth baseball and/or softball programs and facilities.

Organizations operating in the U.S. and international locations are eligible to apply.

Due Date:  April 1, 2017

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Apr 03 2017

The National Institute of Justice Accepting Applications for Research on Bias Crimes

The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) is seeking applications for research and evaluation related to the examination of bias crime perpetration and victimization. For this solicitation, NIJ is interested in a broad range of research that will address gaps in the ability to identify, assess, and understand the behavior of bias crime offenders and experiences of bias crime victims. Priority will be given to applications that either: examine pathways to bias-motivated criminal behavior, or rigorously evaluate criminal justice or victim service interventions designed to prevent reoffending or assist bias crime victims.

Grant Amount: Grants of up to $1,000, 000 are available.

Eligibility:  Eligible applicants include:

•Nonprofits with and without 501(c)(3) status with the IRS

•City, state and county governments

•Native American tribal organizations

•Small businesses

•Institutions of higher education

Due Date: April 3, 2017

For more information, visit: opportunity.html?oppId=291014


Apr 03 2017

Center for Disease Control Announces Funding for Hospital Emergency Preparedness Program

This funding opportunity announcement is intended to support the U.S. public health and healthcare systems' ability to prepare for and to respond effectively to public health emergencies within the United States and associated territories and freely associated states. Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP) and Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) are expected to use their cooperative agreement funding to build and sustain their public health and healthcare preparedness capabilities, ensuring that federal preparedness funds are directed to priority areas within their jurisdictions as identified through their strategic planning efforts. Awardees must demonstrate measurable and sustainable progress toward achieving their preparedness capabilities over the five-year project period. In addition, awardees must assure their implementation activities and programs effectively meet the needs of at-risk individuals (also known as vulnerable or special needs populations) as required under the Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Reauthorization Act (PAHPRA).

Grant Amount: Grant amounts range from $300,000 to $42,000,000.   Total funds available is $850,000,000.

Eligibility:  Eligible applicants include:

•County governments

•State governments

•Special district governments

•City or township governments

Due Date:  April 3, 2017

For more information, visit: opportunity.html?oppId=290860


Apr 03 2017

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health Announces the Availability of Funds for American Indian/Alaska Native Health Equity Initiative

OMH recognizes the negative health impact associated with historical and generational trauma within American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities, particularly adolescents who continue to struggle with suicide and substance misuse that contribute to low academic achievement. Studies suggest the incorporation of traditional cultures and engaging youth in Native teachings as an effective public health approach to address resiliency and protective factors.

The AI/AN Health Equity program will support programs that demonstrate effective promising practices that increase resiliency and protective factors within AI/AN youth, as well as build capacity among AI//AN serving healthcare professionals and paraprofessionals about providing trauma- informed, culturally appropriate health care services and interventions to AI/AIN youth.

Grant Amount: Grant amounts range from $275,000 to $350,000.   Total funds available is $2,000,000.

Eligibility:  Eligible applicants include:

•Native American tribal governments (federal and/or state recognized)

•Native American tribal organizations (other than federal or state recognized tribal governments)

•Tribal Colleges and Universities

•Alaska Native-Serving Institutions

•Tribal Epidemiology Centers

•Urban Indian Health Programs

•Urban Indian Organizations

Due Date:  April 3, 2017

For more information, visit: opportunity.html?oppId=289361


Apr 07 2017

The Department of Health and Human Services Announces Funding for the Prevention of Opioid Misuse in Women

The Department of Health and Human Services seeks applications from public and private nonprofit entities to address the primary and/or secondary prevention of prescription and non-prescription opioid misuse by women across the lifespan by identifying underserved audiences and the potential gaps in the ability to reach these populations welcome. For projects targeting the health professional audience, applicants may want to consider using the Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) approach to substance use disorders as well as the exploration of opportunities for prevention identified by breaches in health service delivery.

Gaps in health service delivery might include, failure to integrate prevention into primary care, and learning how and when to screen for misuse. Existing and new partnerships, developed between regional, state, local, and/or community-based organizations should propose organized activities to address the prevention of opioid misuse disorders in women across the lifespan. Projects can be designed to target consumers, health professionals or both audiences.

Applicants must demonstrate that they have experience (including through partnership) working in the field of behavioral health, substance abuse prevention, and opioid misuse. In particular, applicants must demonstrate experience understanding and integrating the unique factors related to women health and opioid misuse Related factors include, but are not limited to chronic pain factors, trauma, and caretaking roles in women lives. Applicants must also demonstrate that they have long- term partnerships with relevant organizations at the regional, state, local, and/or community-based level in order to coordinate activities, maximize work, and build capacity.

Grant Amount: Grant amounts range from $50,000 to $100,000.

Eligibility: Eligible applicants include public and nonprofit private entities. A successful applicant will have at least three partnerships included in the application to include at least one long-term partner.

Due Date: April 7, 2017

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Apr 24 2017

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Announces the Availability of Funds for Tuberculosis Elimination.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) anticipates the availability of funds for working in collaboration with the CDC/Tuberculosis Elimination to strengthen collaborations between CDC and the National Tuberculosis (TB) Controllers that will lead to the control and ultimate elimination of tuberculosis in the United States. 

The purpose of the funding is to support the recipient's efforts to: 

  • Maintain an effective communication capacity among the nation's TB Controllers and the TB professionals
  • Sustain a capacity for coordinating a rapid, comprehensive assessment of problems and opportunities in the field of TB prevention and control
  • Maintain the capacity to coordinate the consultations and collaborations that produce a front-line perspective on the fast-moving programmatic, scientific, and technological issues affecting the national objectives relative to TB elimination in the United States
  • Assist in identifying TB training needs
  • Continue the capacity for cataloging and tracking the public and private assets of the nation's TB elimination effort
  • Evaluate project effectiveness and impact toward accomplishing goals and objectives established as part of this project to measure progress

Grant Amount: Grants of up to $280,000. Estimated total funding available is $1,400,000. 

Eligibility: Unrestricted, anyone may apply. 

Due Date: April 24, 2017   

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May 01 2017

The Allor Foundation Accepting Applications for Reproductive Health Education

The Anna Allor Burdick (ALB) Program seeks to empower young women through education about healthy reproduction in order to broaden and enhance their options in life. The program focuses particularly on young women who have inadequate access to information regarding sexual and reproductive health, including comprehensive and unbiased information on contraception and pregnancy termination. The Foundation is interested in programs serving young women who are disadvantaged by poverty, discrimination, geographic isolation, lack of comprehensive sex education,  

hostile public policy, or other factors leading to inadequate sexual and reproductive health. The ALB Program is particularly interested in supporting new programs or initiatives, or innovations in successful programs. Programs at new or small organizations, including those with a grassroots base, that are capable of delivering excellent services will also be considered.

The ALB Program typically does not support general operations, ongoing programs, or existing staff positions. Programs should:

•have a comprehensive approach to SRH education that includes unbiased information on all options

•include novel ideas or innovative methods of delivering information

•define clear goals and intended outcomes as well as a feasible plan to assess impact and success

•be exemplars for replication if successful

•be economically sustainable if successful

Programs that incorporate advocacy or policy change, consistent with IRS 501(c)(3) status, are of particular interest.

Grant Amount: Grant amounts range from $10,000 to $35,000.

Eligibility: Applicants must be tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service Code and defined as “not a private foundation” under section 509(a) of the Code.

Due Date: Concept letters are due May 1, 2017.

For more information, visit: The Allor Foundation Accepting Applications for Reproductive Health Education


Dec 29 2017

The County of Riverside Requests Proposals for Shelter Services for Elderly and Dependent Adults

The County of Riverside, Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) seeks qualification packages from qualified vendors for the provision of Shelter Services for Elderly and Dependent adults. DPSS will refer adults to the Contractor for emergency shelter services on an as-needed basis. DPSS is responsible for providing 24-hour emergency and temporary shelter services for elderly, ages 60 and older and dependent adults, ages 18-59. Emergency shelter services are needed for clients who do not possess a medical assessment (including tuberculosis (TB) test clearance). These clients will need to be placed in a private room until the medical assessment and TB clearance is completed. Temporary shelter services are needed for clients who possess a medical assessment (including TB test clearance) and do not require a private room.

Adult Protective Services (APS) generally places elderly or dependent adults in shelters until the situation that brought them to the Department's attention can be resolved and a longer-term living arrangement can be made. The County projects the referrals at 500 occupied beds per year throughout the county. Average shelter stays are 30 days, but can be extended up to 120 days, if agreed in writing by DPSS and vendor.

Emergency and temporary shelters are needed throughout the county in four (4) zones- Western County, Mid & Southwest County, Desert & Eastern County, and Blythe.

Grant Amount: The amount of funds and number of awards are contingent upon the availability of funds.

Eligibility: Potential vendors will be required to obtain and maintain a current CCL (Community Care Licensing Division) Emergency APS Placement Approval allowing the facility to have a revised plan of operation on file with CCL that obligates the Contractor to obtain documentation of a current, new or existing physical exam and TB test for each client by the 7th day of their stay. Contractors will be paid an additional fee for ensuring that the client's medical assessment is completed. This includes a. transporting and accompanying the client to and from a medical facility, b. remaining with the client during the medical assessment, c. ensuring the Physician's Report for Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly (LIC 602A) is fully completed, and d. following-up with a medical facility to have the client's TB test read (if needed).

Due Date: This is an ongoing opportunity.

For more information, please contact: Scott L Haddon at mailto:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (951) 358-3957