Grant Resources and Opportunities for Kentucky

Helping Kentucky's nonprofits get more grant funding.
Featured Opportunities

Grants 101 & 201 Workshop: Covington

Grant Ready Kentucky & KNN Workshop

This Grant Writing 101 & 201 Workshop series, led by grant professional Melissa Vermillion, GPC, MBA, will teach participants how to research and apply for grant funding for nonprofits.

Deadline:
Amount:
KNN Members: $50 both days; $30 one day only Potential Members: $80 both days; $45 one day only
Assistance:
Location:
Zembrodt Education Center, Covington, KY

Grants 101 & 201 Workshop: Covington

Grant Ready Kentucky & KNN Workshop

This Grant Writing 101 & 201 Workshop series, led by grant professional Melissa Vermillion, GPC, MBA, will teach participants how to research and apply for grant funding for nonprofits.

Date:
Dates:
Jul 18
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Jul 19, 2024
Cost:
KNN Members: $50 both days; $30 one day only Potential Members: $80 both days; $45 one day only
Assistance:
Location:
Zembrodt Education Center, Covington, KY

Grants 101 & 201 Workshop: Paducah

Grant Ready Kentucky & KNN Workshop

This Grant Writing 101 & 201 Workshop series, led by grant professional Melissa Vermillion, GPC, MBA, will teach participants how to research and apply for grant funding for nonprofits.

Deadline:
Amount:
KNN Members: $50 both days; $30 one day only Potential Members: $80 both days; $45 one day only
Assistance:
Location:
Emerging Technology Center, Paducah, KY

Grants 101 & 201 Workshop: Paducah

Grant Ready Kentucky & KNN Workshop

This Grant Writing 101 & 201 Workshop series, led by grant professional Melissa Vermillion, GPC, MBA, will teach participants how to research and apply for grant funding for nonprofits.

Date:
Dates:
Jul 24
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Jul 25, 2024
Cost:
KNN Members: $50 both days; $30 one day only Potential Members: $80 both days; $45 one day only
Assistance:
Location:
Emerging Technology Center, Paducah, KY

OMB Uniform Guidance Webinar: What the Updates Mean for Nonprofits

Free Public Webinar

Join the National Council of Nonprofits and federal officials from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for this free webinar to learn about OMB's major updates to federal grantmaking rules effective Oct. 1, 2024, and how they impact nonprofits.

Deadline:
May 30, 2024
Amount:
FREE
Assistance:
Location:

OMB Uniform Guidance Webinar: What the Updates Mean for Nonprofits

Free Public Webinar

Join the National Council of Nonprofits and federal officials from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for this free webinar to learn about OMB's major updates to federal grantmaking rules effective Oct. 1, 2024, and how they impact nonprofits.

Date:
May 30, 2024
Dates:
-
Cost:
FREE
Assistance:
Location:

Environmental and Climate Justice Community Change Grants Program

Federal Grant Program

Approximately $2 billion dollars in Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) funds in environmental and climate justice activities to benefit disadvantaged communities.

Deadline:
Nov 21, 2024
Amount:
$10 million - $20 million
Assistance:
Location:

Environmental and Climate Justice Community Change Grants Program

Federal Grant Program

Approximately $2 billion dollars in Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) funds in environmental and climate justice activities to benefit disadvantaged communities.

Date:
Nov 21, 2024
Dates:
-
Cost:
$10 million - $20 million
Assistance:
Location:

Calendar Year 2022 Disaster Water Grants Program in Kentucky

U.S. Department of Agriculture

The USDA has made $247 million in supplemental grants available nationwide to help communities repair water infrastructure damaged by presidentially declared disasters in calendar year 2022.

Deadline:
Amount:
Assistance:
Location:
Kentucky

Calendar Year 2022 Disaster Water Grants Program in Kentucky

U.S. Department of Agriculture

The USDA has made $247 million in supplemental grants available nationwide to help communities repair water infrastructure damaged by presidentially declared disasters in calendar year 2022.

Date:
Dates:
-
Cost:
Assistance:
Location:
Kentucky

Charles H. Dater Foundation Grant

The Charles H. Dater Foundation, Inc.

The Foundation makes grants to organizations and public agencies in Greater Cincinnati for programs that benefit children in the region in the areas of arts/culture, education, healthcare, social services and other community needs.

Deadline:
Amount:
While some grants have been significant in size, the median grant is $10,000 and the average grant is about $14,000.
Assistance:
Location:
Boone, Kenton, and Campbell Counties in Kentucky

Charles H. Dater Foundation Grant

The Charles H. Dater Foundation, Inc.

The Foundation makes grants to organizations and public agencies in Greater Cincinnati for programs that benefit children in the region in the areas of arts/culture, education, healthcare, social services and other community needs.

Date:
Dates:
-
Cost:
While some grants have been significant in size, the median grant is $10,000 and the average grant is about $14,000.
Assistance:
Location:
Boone, Kenton, and Campbell Counties in Kentucky