Grant Opportunity Forecast
Upcoming Grant Deadlines by College
Below is a list of upcoming grant opportunities organized by college. If you would like assistance identifying potential funding opportunities for a specific grant project, please reach out to Lauren Bix, Grant Specialist, at email@example.com. We will run a targeted search for foundations that align with your funding needs and assist with the submission process.
This list will be updated often so please check back to see what opportunities are available.
College of Law:
The central goal of the Diversity Pipeline Intervention Grant Program is to increase the knowledge base around effective methods for increasing the enrollment and success of law students from historically underrepresented racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds.
Deadline: January 2023-March 2023
Funding Range: $40,000 median and $60,000 average
This program is dedicated to securing the constitutional rights and democratic governance needed for movements for justice to succeed. Dissent – Protecting and advancing the right to protest. Open Government – Making the federal government more transparent, effective, and accountable. Rule of Law – Ensuring that US national security policies respect constitutional rights, domestic laws, and international treaties. Constitution and Courts – Building a progressive legal movement to counter conservative and corporate influence.
Funding Range: Median $35,000 average $48,000
The Just Trust and The Just Trust for Action are grantmaking initiatives that are 100% dedicated to investing in leaders and organizations advancing criminal justice reform, state by state and across the country. We know that the path toward transforming our complex and punitive legal system looks different in every community, which is why our ultimate goal is to power integrated advocacy efforts and localized strategies in all 50 states. To get started, we’re opening up funding to groups working on policy change, base building and organizing, narrative campaigns, and other related efforts beginning in: Alabama Louisiana Mississippi Oklahoma
Funding Range: $75,000 median and $240,000 average
Funds voter rights & engagement, immigration rights, education reform, environment justice, economic justice, housing reform, healthcare reform, incarceration reform, lgbtq rights, women & girls' leadership, youth leadership, disability
Funding Range: around $14,000 average
The Foundation encourages improvement by recognizing and rewarding accomplishment in the following categories: Legal Reform Crime Prevention Child Protection Speeding the Process Crime Victims’ Rights Alternative Sentencing Lowering the Cost Effecting Restitution Other Significant Efforts
Award Amount: $10,000
College of Arts & Sciences:
Funds history; archaeology; literature; languages, both classical and modern; philosophy; ethics; comparative religion; the history, criticism, and theory of the arts; and those aspects of the social sciences which share the content and methods of humanistic disciplines.
Funding Range: $7,000 - $19,900
Funds research and education in science, technology, engineering, mathematics.
Funding Range: $10,000 median and $20,000 average
Funds Religious / Theological Education
Funding Range: $10,000 to $50,000
Devoted solely to the funding of charitable, scientific, medical and educational organizations.
Funding Range: $5,000 - $20,000
The foundation prefers to support projects that would not have been pursued but for the foundation's support. Preference may be given to requests for the following:
Animals (with emphasis upon ornithology).
Environmental sustainability efforts (with an emphasis upon open space habitats)
Arts and Education
Funding Range: $25,000 median and $55,000 average
College of Nursing & Health
Promoting diversity, equity, and belonging***
Increasing collaboration among future health professionals, with an emphasis on developing exemplar teams Preparing future health professionals to navigate ethical dilemmas\
Funding Range: President's grant: no more than $25,000 or the Board Grant no more than $100,000 each year over 3 years
Funds educational activities and materials designed to improve the knowledge, competence (skill) and/or performance of healthcare professionals, patients, and/or consumers for improved patient care and outcomes.
Funding Range: TBD
Healthcare Access (Including Social Determinants of Health), Education, Social Services
Funding Range: $14,000 median and $64,000 average
The Halliburton Foundation will accept grant proposals from U.S. based non-profit organizations that serve the following areas: Education, Health, Social Services, (health-related)
Funding Range: $15,000 (median) to $60,000 (average)
Challenge assumptions or long-held cultural practices. Take an existing idea and give it a new spin—or a novel application. Offer a new take or perspective on a long-running, perplexing problem. Apply cutting-edge ideas from other fields to health. Explore the potential for emerging trends to impact our ability to build a Culture of Health.
Funding Range: $150,000-$350,000 budget range
College of Music & Media
Every thriving community has a vibrant arts community. We contribute to it by supporting visual and performing arts organizations, museums, art education programs, symphonies, and public media.
Funding Range: To be determined
Fund Arts and cultural organizations play a major role in vibrant communities. We support organizations that offer multicultural art programs and provide enhanced access for the under-served. Specifically, we encourage programs that build audiences and promote the arts through education, interactive media and artistic excellence.
Funding Range: Average $3,000
Supports the encouragement of the creative, artistic, technical and scientific skills required of tomorrow's workforce.
Funding Range: No minimum or maximum amount specified