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Organizational Effectiveness Grant

New! With funding provided by the Ball Brothers Foundation, IYI invites community and faith-based youth-serving nonprofit organizations to apply for assistance to improve their current effectiveness and their capacity to serve in the future.  Grantees are limited to organizations within Delaware, Randolph, Henry, Jay, Madison, Grant, and Blackford counties.  Two grants will be awarded.  Collaborative proposals from two or more agencies for a grant award will be accepted. To learn more about the grants, the submission guidelines, and the selection criteria, please view the Request for Proposals.

Deadline Extended! Proposals must be received by Monday, August 24, 2015 at 12:00pm EDT.

 
 

College & Career Readiness Grant

New! With funding provided by Lilly Endowment Inc., IYI invites schools, community- and faith-based youth-serving nonprofit organizations to apply for assistance to create new or improve current college and career readiness programs. Grantees are limited to the state of Indiana. Four grants will be awarded. Collaborative proposals from two or more agencies for a grant award will be accepted.

view the Request for Proposals.

Proposals must be received by Wednesday, September 30, 2015 at 9:00am EDT.

 

 

IYI Grants for Trainings
 

Professional Development Grants
Grants of up to $750 for registration and travel to a conference, training, seminar, or college course that helps you meet your mission.
Download the guidelines and application here.

 

 

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Youth Worker of the Year Award

The D. Susan Wisely “Youth Worker of the Year” Award will recognize an individual’s extraordinary impact on Indiana youth and support his or her continued professional development. The award is provided courtesy of the D. Susan Wisely Leadership Legacy Fund, a fund of the Central Indiana Community Foundation. Applicants must be committed direct service youth workers who have been working with Indiana youth for five years or more. To learn more about the award, the submission guidelines, and the selection criteria, please view the Request for Proposals.
Proposals must be received by Monday, September 28, 2015.
 
 

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