1. Using Social Media to Understand and Address Substance Use and AddictionThe goal of this FOA is to inspire and support research projects investigating the role of social media in risk behaviors associated with the use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs (hereafter referred to as "ATOD") and projects using social media to ameliorate such behaviors.
Apply by March 25, 2014
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Funding Opportunity Number RFA-CA-14-008 (R01)
Funding Opportunity Number RFA-CA-14-009 (R21)
2. Domestic Violence Intervention, Education And Prevention (DVIEP) ProgramThe following Concept Paper is a precursor to the forthcoming Domestic Violence Intervention, Education and Prevention (DVIEP) program Request for Proposal (RFP). Although DVIEP is a current program, the program has been substantially changed. DVIEP is a collaborative approach to assisting residents of the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) housing developments who are experiencing domestic violence.
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The Cultural Development Fund (CDF) enables qualifying cultural organizations to apply for grants from the Department of Cultural Affairs. The agency encourages participation in the process by the widest possible representation of the City's diverse cultural constituency. The current application cycle is for activities taking place between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015.
Apply by February 10, 2014
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4. Neighborhood GrantsThrough our Neighborhood Grants, Citizens Committee awards micro-grants of up to $3,000 to resident-led groups to work on community and school improvement projects throughout the city. We prioritize groups based in low income neighborhoods and Title I public schools.
Recent awards have enabled neighbors to come together to make healthy food available in their communities, transform empty lots into community gardens, organize tenants to advocate for better housing conditions, and start school recycling drives.Apply by January 27, 2014
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5. NYC Fiscal Year 2014 Discretionary Contracts:
Newly Elected City Officials Take Office
Discretionary funds are funds that nonprofit, community-based social service providers use to meet the needs of local communities. The funds are allocated by the members of the New York City Council. DYCD and other City agencies administer Discretionary contract funds.
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Nonprofit organizations should contact their Borough President and New York City Council representative to learn more about discretionary funding opportunities available in their districts.
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