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Agency: U.S. Department of Labor
Release/Posted Date: 04/17/15
Submission Deadline: 05/12/15
Program: Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program
Award Amount: $100,000 - $300,000
Eligibility: state and local workforce investment boards; state, local, tribal governments and agencies; for-profits and nonprofits
Grants to provide employment services to help reintegrate homeless veterans into the workforce, and to help develop service delivery systems
Agency: U.S. Department of Transportation
Release/Posted Date: 04/14/15
Submission Deadline: 05/04/15 (pre-applications)
Program: FY 2015 National Infrastructure Investments (TIGER grants)
Award Amount: $1M+
Eligibility: state, local, tribal governments; transit agencies, port authorities, metropolitan planning organizations, and other political subdivisions
Grants for capital investments in surface transportation infrastructure projects that will have an impact on the nation, a metro area, or a region
Agency: NC Department of Health and Human Services
Release/Posted Date: 04/08/15
Submission Deadline: 05/15/15
Program: Competitive Grant Program for State-wide Health and Human Service Initiatives
Award Amount: $75,000 – $3M
Eligibility: local, tribal governments; nonprofits (including community- and faith-based); school systems
Grants to provide essential human services for people with special needs (e.g., mental illness, disabilities); older adults; caregivers, children, adults, and families at risk; and other vulnerable populations