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May 11: Religion. Applications for
grants from the National Clergy Renewal Program, sponsored by the Lilly
Endowment, which supports extended
sabbaticals for pastors and a complementary set of activities for “
congregational renewal” in their parishes. A
maximum of 150 congregations will
receive grants of up to $50,000 each,
of which $15,000 may be used for
expenses associated with the renewal
program. Additional information is
available on the program’s Web site.
Who may apply: Christian congregations that have an ordained pastor
with a master of divinity degree from
an accredited theological school. The
grants are available for congregations
in all states except Indiana, where the
endowment offers a separate program,
and California. Contact: Lilly Endowment, 2801 North Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 46208; (317) 924-5471;
May 11: Other. Applications for the Secretary’s Award for Community Foundations, administered by the United
States Department of Housing and
Urban Development and the Council on Foundations. Ten community
foundations, one for each region designated by HUD, will receive awards for
their work with government agencies
to improve housing and neighborhoods; arts and culture; community
participation; economic development;
education; health and recreation; public safety; sustainability; and transportation. Additional information and
eligibility requirements are available
on the award’s Web site. Contact: hud
May 15: International. Applications for
grants from the Grand Challenges Explorations program, administered by
the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Grants of $100,000 each will support
projects that uncover new ways to find
and distribute stories that will inspire
people to support development aid.
Topics include protecting crops from
pests and pathogens and discovering
antimalarial compounds for the development of malaria drugs. Projects that
show the most potential may receive
additional support of up to $1-million.
Additional information is available
on the foundation’s Web site. Contact:
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation,
P.O. Box 23350, Seattle, Wash. 98102;
May 17: Children and youth. Entries for
the 100 Best Communities for Young
People competition, administered by
the America’s Promise Alliance with
support from ING. The competition
recognizes outstanding local efforts
to support needy children and to increase high school graduation rates.
All cities, towns, counties, and school
districts that make helping youths a
priority are encouraged to apply. Each
winner will receive a $2,500 grant.
Contact: Jordan LaPier, America’s
Promise Alliance, 1110 Vermont Avenue N. W., Suite 900, Washington, D.C.
20005; (202) 657-0635; 100best2012@
May 18: Program administration. Nomi-
nations for the 2012 Nonprofit Excel-
lence Awards, administered by the
New York Community Trust, the Non-
profit Coordinating Committee of New
York, and Philanthropy New York,
with support from New York Maga-
zine. The awards will honor three
charities in the New York area for out-
standing organizational management.
One winner will receive the Overall
Management Excellence award and
a cash prize of $25,000; the second
and third place winners will receive
$10,000 and $5,000 respectively. All
three winners will receive a scholar-
ship to social enterprise programs in
executive education at Columbia Busi-
ness School. Additional information is
available on the company’s Web site.
Who may be nominated: organizations
classified as tax-exempt under Sec-
tion 501(c)( 3) of the Internal Revenue
Code. Groups must be located in New
York City or Nassau, Suffolk, or West-
chester Counties. Applicants may be
national or international, but must
focus on management activities in the
New York City area. Contact: Non-
profit Coordinating Committee of New
York, 1350 Broadway, Suite 1801, New
York, N. Y. 10018; http://www.npccny.