Through the Local Transportation Projects Fund program, NJ DOT provides funding to municipalities and counties for local transportation improvement projects.
Through the Bill Bohr First ACE Development Grant Program, USHA aims to provide new and emerging handball initiatives with equipment and financial support to aid in their growth toward strong and sustainable handball programs.
Through the John T. Sloper Community Fund, CFHV helps to enhance the delivery of emergency medical services by providing training and equipment that improve accessibility to emergency health services and thereby saves lives.
NJ Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (NJAHPERD) – Jacqueline E. Malaska Mini Grant ProgramPeter Blanos
Through the Jacqueline E. Malaska Mini Grant program, NJAHPERD supports quality program development in health, physical education, recreation, and dance throughout pre-schools, schools, colleges, and universities.
NYS Regional Economic Development Councils (REDCs) – Mid-Hudson Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) and NY Forward Round 6 Grants ProgramPeter Blanos
Through the Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) and the NY Forward programs, the State of New York supports local economies by transforming communities into vibrant neighborhoods where the next generation of New Yorkers will want to live, work, and raise families.
Through the State Aid for Library Construction Grants Program, the NYS Library and NY State Education Department supports broadband installation and/or the acquisition, construction, renovation, or rehabilitation of public libraries or public library system headquarters.
Through the Traffic Signal Technologies Grants Program, PENNDOT supports municipalities to install and maintain traffic signal technologies at traffic control signals which will be connected to a central location (PennDOT) using the Commonwealth communications network.
Through the County History Partnership Program (CHPP) Grants Program, Burlington County provides funds to develop and support historical, arts, and cultural programs related to Burlington County history. Capital expenses or equipment needs are not permitted.
Through its grants program, JJWF supports after-school athletic programs that serve middle school students (grades 6-8).