Grant Resources and Opportunities for Kentucky

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

HB- 9 Kentucky G.R.A.N.T. Program

Kentucky Government Grant Match Program

The GRANT Program is to be used for eligible recipients to support a local government’s non-federal match requirement when applying for a federal government grant program. Applications are now open and accepted on a rolling basis.

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Kentucky IWG Priority Communities

HB- 9 Kentucky G.R.A.N.T. Program

Kentucky Government Grant Match Program

The GRANT Program is to be used for eligible recipients to support a local government’s non-federal match requirement when applying for a federal government grant program. Applications are now open and accepted on a rolling basis.

Date:
Dates:
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Assistance:
Location:
Kentucky IWG Priority Communities

Grants 101 & 201 Workshop: Owensboro

Grant Ready Kentucky and Kentucky Nonprofit Network Public Event

This Grants 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:
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KNN Members: $50 both days; $30 one day only Potential Members: $80 both days; $45 one day only
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Location:
Jack T. Wells Activity Center in the Young Auditorium at Kentucky Wesleyan College 3300 Frederica Street Owensboro, KY 42301 United States

Grants 101 & 201 Workshop: Owensboro

Grant Ready Kentucky and Kentucky Nonprofit Network Public Event

This Grants 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:
Mar 14
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Mar 15, 2024
Cost:
KNN Members: $50 both days; $30 one day only Potential Members: $80 both days; $45 one day only
Assistance:
Location:
Jack T. Wells Activity Center in the Young Auditorium at Kentucky Wesleyan College 3300 Frederica Street Owensboro, KY 42301 United States

Grants 101 & 201 Workshop: Louisville

Grant Ready Kentucky and Kentucky Nonprofit Network Public Event

This Grants 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:
University of Louisville Shelby Campus Conference Center, Founders Union Building (Ballroom A/B) 450 N. Whittington Pkwy Louisville, KY 40222 United States

Grants 101 & 201 Workshop: Louisville

Grant Ready Kentucky and Kentucky Nonprofit Network Public Event

This Grants 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:
Mar 20
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Mar 21, 2024
Cost:
KNN Members: $50 both days; $30 one day only Potential Members: $80 both days; $45 one day only
Assistance:
Location:
University of Louisville Shelby Campus Conference Center, Founders Union Building (Ballroom A/B) 450 N. Whittington Pkwy Louisville, KY 40222 United States

READY Local Governments Training Opportunity

Appalachian Regional Commission

The READY Appalachia - Local Governments training program is designed to help local governments in the Appalachian Region increase their capacity to solve pressing issues and create positive economic change.

Deadline:
Feb 29, 2024
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Those selected to participate will also be eligible to apply for a $50,000 grant upon completion of the program.
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READY Local Governments Training Opportunity

Appalachian Regional Commission

The READY Appalachia - Local Governments training program is designed to help local governments in the Appalachian Region increase their capacity to solve pressing issues and create positive economic change.

Date:
Feb 29, 2024
Dates:
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Cost:
Those selected to participate will also be eligible to apply for a $50,000 grant upon completion of the program.
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Location:

Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC)

Federal Emergency Management Agency

The BRIC grant program makes federal funds available to states, U.S. territories, federally recognized Tribal governments , and local governments for hazard mitigation activities.

Deadline:
Feb 29, 2024
Amount:
Up to $50 million
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Location:

Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC)

Federal Emergency Management Agency

The BRIC grant program makes federal funds available to states, U.S. territories, federally recognized Tribal governments , and local governments for hazard mitigation activities.

Date:
Feb 29, 2024
Dates:
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Cost:
Up to $50 million
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ARISE Grants - 3rd Round February 2024 deadline

Appalachian Regional Commission Grants

Appalachian Regional Initiative for Stronger Economies (ARISE) is the Appalachian Regional Commission’s (ARC) newest initiative that aims to drive large-scale, regional economic transformation through multi-state collaborative projects.

Deadline:
Feb 29, 2024
Amount:
Up to $500,000
Assistance:
Location:
Appalachian Region

ARISE Grants - 3rd Round February 2024 deadline

Appalachian Regional Commission Grants

Appalachian Regional Initiative for Stronger Economies (ARISE) is the Appalachian Regional Commission’s (ARC) newest initiative that aims to drive large-scale, regional economic transformation through multi-state collaborative projects.

Date:
Feb 29, 2024
Dates:
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Cost:
Up to $500,000
Assistance:
Location:
Appalachian Region