Ford Foundation grants in resources and environment.
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Published in [New York .
Written in English

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  • Conservation of natural resources -- Research grants.

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Other titlesGrants in resources and environment.
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LC ClassificationsS944 .F6
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Pagination22 p.
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5602230M
LC Control Number68008921

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Better Together Restoring the American Community. By Robert D. Putnam and Lewis M. Feldstein: The author of the bestseller Bowling Alone and a colleague offer readers inspirational tales about the successful building of social capital.A review of this book is available. pages.© | Available formats: Book, Kindle eBook. We provide grants and other supports to communities that define a plan of action for community betterment. This work complements the efforts of the Ford Institute for Community Building. We support the action steps that follow once communities have built their own capacity and commit to a community improvement agenda. Good Neighbor Grants: OPEN The Ford Family Foundation works to provide small grants to organizations in response to unexpected needs or simple projects. These grants are highly competitive and limited. A shorter application is used, and the requests are reviewed by staff regularly. Ford Foundation is one of the largest, independent grantmaking organizations in the world, with an extensive presence in many countries of the world. The Foundation has been involved in mostly providing grants and scholarships to organizations, institutions and individuals undertaking developmental interventions, research studies in different.

Meet the Foundation’s eligibility and readiness requirements Serve populations prenatal to age 18 Serve communities in rural Oregon or Siskiyou County, Calif., with less t in population not adjacent to or part of an urban or metropolitan area. The foundation’s funds are limited in relation to the great number of worthwhile proposals we receive. The organizations below offer useful information about philanthropy and may serve as a resource to help you identify possible funders of your work. Ford Foundation announces grants totaling $ million to six organizations to design and undertake innovative research on youth sexuality in the United States. The research is intended to provide new data and analysis for public discussion of policies and programs .   Compasspoint Nonprofit Services (San Francisco) $, To strengthen the effectiveness of Ford Foundation grantees working to improve diversity in news media. Consumer Federation of America Foundation (Washington, D.C.) $, For research and a report and to educate community leaders on digital divide issues.