Grants to Illinois nonprofits, school districts, charter schools, vocational centers, laboratory schools, and for-profits for early childhood programs for high-need and low-income families. The purpose of funding is to provide high-quality programs to three to five-year
Grants of up to $2,000 to Illinois townships, cities, and villages located in Ogle County for community clean-up activities. Funding is intended for the removal, disposal, or recycling of solid, non-hazardous waste in an effort to beautify the local communities. Recy
Grants to Illinois nonprofit organizations to improve the quality of life of local residents in eligible regions. Special priority will be given to programs, projects, and agencies that address the needs of the economically disadvantaged elderly, youth, and residents wi
Grants ranging from $15,000 to $55,000 to Chicago metropolitan area, Illinois nonprofit organizations working to reduce poverty and promote racial equality. Applicants must submit a Letter of Inquiry before submitting a full application.
Grants to Chicago, Illinois, nonprofits for educational initiatives that focus on environmental sustainability, educational opportunities, social and cultural opportunities for underserved communities, health and wellness, and access to jobs for youth and adults. A lett
Grants typically ranging from $15,000 to $50,000 to Chicago, Illinois nonprofit organizations and for-profit entities serving disadvantaged populations within the community. Funding is intended for art, justice, leadership investments, and media and storytelling.
Grants to Illinois nonprofit organizations to provide community services and strengthen the Jewish community in Cook and Lake counties. Funding is available to advance medical research and enhance educational opportunities nationwide. Both specific programs and general
Grants typically ranging from $250 to $2,000 to Illinois nonprofits and community governmental organizations providing services in DeKalb County for unexpected events and urgent needs. Funding is intended to aid organizations in a situation where an unexpected event has
Grants of $1,000 and grants of $2,000 to Illinois businesses in downtown Urbana for development services, or for assistance in starting or expanding a new business. Applicants must first contact program staff to confirm eligibility. Funding is intended to encourage entr
Grants of up to $6,000 to Missouri and Illinois nonprofits in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area for professional consultations to evaluate organizational capacity. Funding is intended to analyze the state of an organization's key capacity areas, and to improve management