Blame the lack of new grant opportunities on the continuing federal shutdown. Only 22 new federal opportunities posted last week, including a few from the National Institute of Justice, the Department of Defense and the National Institutes of Health.
If you're looking for funding, don't forget about state agencies that are (presumably) making grants, often using federal allocations. For example, federal money for 21st Century Community Learning Center Grants has already been allocated to states that will award and administer the grants to after-school education programs. In many states, the 2019 grant cycle has already opened or soon will. If you want to know more about 21st CCLC grants, just respond to this email and we'll be happy to share our expertise. (By the way, we have a 100% success rate with 21st CCLC grants.)
To see this week's new federal funding opportunities, click here.
Office on Violence Against Women
Grant Title: Consolidated Grant Program to Address Children and Youth Experiencing Domestic and Sexual Assault and Engage Men and Boys as Allies
Grant Info: https://www.grants.gov/view-opportunity.html?oppId=312138
Details: The program supports comprehensive, community-based efforts to develop or expand prevention, intervention, treatment, and response strategies to address the needs of children and youth impacted by sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and sex trafficking. It also funds prevention efforts that engage men and boys as allies to combat violence against women and girls.
National Institute of Justice
Grant Title: Graduate Research Fellowship in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
Grant Info: https://www.grants.gov/view-opportunity.html?oppId=312095
Details: The Graduate Research Fellowship in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics provides grants to accredited academic institutions to support graduate research leading to doctoral degrees in topic areas that are relevant to preventing and controlling crime, and ensuring the fair and impartial administration of criminal justice in the United States. Applicant academic institutions sponsoring doctoral students are eligible to apply only if the doctoral student's degree program is a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM) discipline; and the student's proposed dissertation research has demonstrable implications for addressing the challenges of crime and/or the fair and impartial administration of criminal justice in the United States.
National Institute of Justice
Grant Title: Research and Evaluation on Promising Reentry Initiatives
Grant Info: https://www.grants.gov/view-opportunity.html?oppId=312096
Details: NIJ seeks to support evaluations of innovative reentry initiatives that focus on juveniles, young adults (aged 18-24), and adults with a moderate-to-high risk of reoffending. A particular focus on the risk of reoffending with a violent crime is encouraged. These initiatives may be applicable to juvenile residential facilities, institutional and/or community corrections.