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The Affordable Connectivity Program is a federal program that helps make the Internet more affordable. Millions of Americans qualify for the program but aren’t taking advantage of the opportunity! 

The benefit provides: 

  • Up to $30 per month toward internet service; 
  • Up to $75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal lands; and 
  • A one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet from participating providers.

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A community is only as good as the quality of the lives of its members. This may be somewhat cliche, but the truth is a ‘quality community’ will do whatever is possible to improve life for its residents. There’s no better way to do this than by providing funding to address these community-wide issues. 

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Ed Rachal FoundationGRANTS shall only be awarded to exempt organizations qualified under IRS Code 501(c)(3) or governmental entities and must be used for charitable, scientific, literary or educational purposes in accordance with IRS 501(c)(3) guidelines. 

All grant funds must be expended for exempt purposes within the State of Texas. 

Grants shall not be given to individuals. 
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The J.W. Couch FoundationWe’re always in search of ways to partner with great people doing great things. In order for us to better evaluate how we can work together, we need more information from you. 
You must be a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization or a for-profit organization that is aligned with one of our three charitable programs: preservation, education, or wellness. We provide general operating support, fund specific programs or help social entrepreneurs get new products off the ground.  
 Application due 9.15.2023 
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No Kid Hungry GrantIf you are a school district or community-based organization working to serve children through federal feeding programs, we want to hear from you.  Click here for more information.
Texas Food and Wine Alliance Culinary Grant ProgramLaunching into its tenth year of supporting culinary innovation and community giveback through its one-of-a-kind grant program, the Texas Food & Wine Alliance awards grants to selected organizations/individuals exhibiting culinary innovation that contributes to the Texas community in Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio. Since 2012, TFWA has given $528,500 to local culinary professionals, businesses, and nonprofits.  Click here for more information.

Out 2 Learn will be releasing a new grant application for the Fall 2023-Spring 2024 school year. 

Information will be released on our website soon.

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Foot Locker Foundation Community Empowerment Program
LISC and Foot Locker, Inc., through the Foot Locker Foundation, are launching a third round of grants for the Foot Locker Foundation Community Empowerment Program, a multi-city initiative to support nonprofit community organizations that empower youth in underserved communities. The program aims to bridge gaps driven by racial inequity and promote youth empowerment and community wellness—all while supporting community-based organizations led by people of color. In its third round, the Foot Locker Foundation Community Empowerment Program will provide grants ranging from $25,000 to $100,000 to organizations that offer a range of services for young people, including health and wellness, education and life skills support, mentoring, and career development in 13 cities.

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Kars4Kids Small Grant Program
Are you a 501c3 organization with a central focus of doing original work on behalf of America’s children? We want to hear from you. We accept submissions from all US-based, nonsectarian, IRS-recognized nonprofit organizations. Grants typically range from $500-$2,000, depending on such factors as mission alignment and availability of funds.

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Texas Commission on the Arts provides a few different grant opportunities for arts based non-profits. All grants are matching grants meaning you have to match dollar for dollar.

Click here to review their Grant Guidelines and a list of grants.
Some grants to note are:

Looking to make an impact in the lives of justice-impacted youth? 

Youth between the ages of 16-26 who have experienced the Harris County Juvenile Justice are encouraged to join! 

Contact Jade Miller at to sign up.