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The Small Grants Program funds projects promoting US policy priorities at international organizations, with priority given to human rights, peace and security, public-private partnerships, and transparency in the UN system. More details at https://geneva.usmission.gov/annual-program-statement/
Due: Nov 17, 2024
Develop understanding, reduce risks, and prevent occupational diseases/injuries - NIOSH grant supports small safety/health research projects.
Due: Jan 9, 2024
Funding for small businesses to develop innovative products & solutions, promote economic growth, meet federal R&D needs, and support disadvantaged & women-owned businesses.
Due: Mar 26, 2024
Grant focuses on stimulating technological innovation & commercialization among small businesses through research & development, technology transfer, fostering economic benefits.
U.S. Mission to the United Nations-Geneva seeks project proposals promoting U.S. policy priorities in Geneva, focusing on human rights, humanitarian crises, global health, climate change, UN transparency, and gender equality. Click the link for application details.
Due: Dec 18, 2023
Grant funding available for small businesses to stimulate technological innovation in the private sector, with a focus on improving the lives of people with disabilities and increasing the commercial application of research results.
Due: Jan 11, 2024
NEH offering grants to small institutions for preserving and caring for humanities collections, prioritizing first-time grantees.
Due: Jan 9, 2024
The NSF SBIR/STTR program funds startups and small businesses to support the development of innovative products and solutions, promote economic growth, meet research needs, and increase the diversity of participants in the workforce.
The Treasury is seeking grant applications for the SSBCI Investing in America SBOP to provide technical assistance to small businesses owned by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals.