GATES FOUNDATION GRANT OPPORTUNITIES
Proposals are solicited twice a year for an expanding set of global health and development challenges. Applications are only two pages, and no preliminary data is required. Applicants can be at any experience level; in any discipline.
DEADLINE: OPEN – ACCEPTING LETTERS OF INQUIRY
The Sustainable Environments Program is working to overhaul our country’s outdated and crumbling infrastructure with a new approach that will foster healthier, sustainable, and just communities. We believe in the potential of what we call “next generation infrastructure” to improve transit systems, make buildings more energy efficient, better manage our water systems and rebuild regional food systems…
DEADLINE: OPEN DATE
The foundation’s commitment will support nonpartisan, nonprofit organizations working on transitioning energy systems from fossil fuels to renewable energy, with the goal of limiting global temperature rise to below 2 degrees Celsius by 2050. Funding will be focused on the biggest emitting countries and regions of the world — the United States, China, India, and Europe — as well as organizations that conduct scientific research and policy analysis, provide policy makers with much-needed technical expertise, advocate on behalf of a wide range of communities and constituencies, promote public-private partnerships working to achieve national and state clean energy goals, and convene leaders through best-practice and expertise-sharing networks.
DEADLINE: VISIT LINK FOR MORE INFORMATION, MULTIPLE OPPORTUNITIES
These grants are not for a specific research project, but rather for resources to allow more research to be done. Support Infrastructure, Fellowships, Scholars in Career Development, International Scholars in Career Development, Research, Supportive Care Research, Summer Fellows, and Consortium Research. Please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or information…
DEADLINE: VARIOUS, VISIT LINKS FOR MORE INFORMATION
Race and Equity and Population Health: Systems for Action (S4A) is a signature research program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) that builds a Culture of Health by rigorously testing new ways of connecting the nation’s fragmented medical, social, and public health systems. Studies conducted through the S4A program test innovative mechanisms for aligning the delivery and financing systems for medical, social, and public health services, with a focus on estimating their impact on health and health equity.
Culture of Health Leaders: for people from all sectors–from leaders in technology and business to architects and urban planners.
Clinical Scholars: for clinicians from all disciplines, from occupational therapists and pharmacists to dentists and nurses.
Interdisciplinary Research Leaders: for researchers and community partners, particularly those working in rural health.
Evidence for Action: Making Health A Shared Value – CFP to improve our understanding of the Action Area 1 drives and outcomes related to health, well-being and equity, particularly with respect to disadvantaged children and families.
DEADLINE: OPEN – ACCEPTING LETTERS OF INQUIRY
To combat inequality, NCF will fight economic marginalization and challenge policies that damage families and communities and excessively criminalize communities of color and the poor. We invest in leaders, organizations and coalitions working to expand economic opportunity and racial justice by eradicating racial discrimination and implicit bias…
MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH
We are pleased to announce that CoMotion and the Office of Research are collaborating with Amazon to launch Amazon Catalyst, a program that will seek to fund bold, disruptive, globally-impactful projects proposed by members of the UW community by providing grants directly to students, faculty and staff. Through this collaboration, we hope to nurture and develop the local entrepreneurial ecosystem for all people in the greater Seattle area.
Amazon Catalyst awards grants to individuals or teams that submit proposals for projects that make a big difference in the world. UW students, faculty and staff from all disciplines – not just technology fields – are encouraged to apply.
DEADLINE N/A: OPPORTUNITIES FOR STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP
The Task Force consists of eight programs focused on neglected tropical diseases, vaccines, field epidemiology, public health informatics, and health workforce development. The Task Force plays essential convening roles for the programs and helps them advocate funders and partners. It also provides an agile and responsive platform for programmatic success…