#FundingFriday: Top 5 Most Viewed Grants in March 2017

Which grants are people looking at? Here is a list of the top 5 most viewed grant opportunities so far in the month of March.

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5. Regional Telehealth Resource Center Program – Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

This Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) program assists health care organizations, health care networks, and health care providers in the implementation of cost-effective telehealth programs to serve rural and medically underserved areas and populations.

This funding opportunity announcement (FOA) will support twelve RTRCs that focus on state-wide and regional telehealth activities as shown below.  RTRCs will serve as focal points for advancing the effective use of telehealth technologies in their respective communities and states.

4. Humanities Access Grants – National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH)

Humanities Access grants help support capacity building for humanities programs that benefit one or more of the following groups: children, family, and young adults (defined to include those between ages 18 and 30).

Humanities Access grants provide funding for existing programs at institutions such as public libraries, local and regional museums, historical societies, community colleges, four-year colleges and universities, archival repositories, and other cultural organizations.

3. Defense University Research Instrumentation Program (DURIP) – Department of Defense (DOD)

This Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) program is designed to improve the capabilities of accredited United States (U.S.) institutions of higher education to conduct research and to educate scientists and engineers in areas important to national defense, by providing funds for the acquisition of research equipment or instrumentation.

2. Support for Expectant and Parenting Teens, Women, Fathers, and their Families – HHS

This purpose of this program by the HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (OAH) is to support States and Tribes to provide expectant and parenting teens, women, fathers, and their families with a seamless network of supportive services.

These services include evidence-based and evidence-informed approaches to improve their health and well-being. Through this announcement, OAH aims to improve not only the health outcomes of the expectant and parenting population, but also educational, social, and economic outcomes that shape health.

1. Veterans Employment and Training Service (VETS) – Department of Labor (DOL)

The VETS posted a combined grant opportunity for three programs:

  1. Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program (HVRP)
  2. Incarcerated Veterans Transition Program (IVTP)
  3. Homeless Female Veterans’ and Homeless Veterans’ with Families Program (HFVVWF)

Together, the purpose of these funds is to conduct programs to provide job training, counseling, placement, and related services to expedite the reintegration of homeless and incarcerated veterans (eligible veterans) into the labor force.