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  • International Mountain Bicycling Association

The web site has an overview of funds for trails http://www.imba.com/resources/grants/index.html

  • The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation

The mission of the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation is to transform lives and strengthen communities by fostering innovation, creating knowledge and promoting social progress. The Foundation supports nonprofit organizations located in, or serving populations of, the Pacific Northwest, which includes Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. The Foundation’s program areas that are open for application include: arts and culture, youth engagement, and community development and social change. Letters of inquiry are accepted throughout the year. Visit the website listed above for more in depth information about each of the Foundation’s program areas.

http://www.pgafamilyfoundation.org/

  • United States Tennis Association

Public

Facility

Assistance

The USTA Public Facility Assistance Program is extremely competitive. The need for new tennis facilities or improvements at existing facilities is not, in and of itself, sufficient justification for a grant. The Public Facility Assistance Program is intended to have a major impact on the growth of tennis in a community and the clients served by that organization. Our review includes a thorough evaluation of the programmatic, administrative, financial and organizational accomplishments of the applicant.

http://www.usta.com/AboutUs/AwardsandGrants.aspx

  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

The Foundation's major research efforts in this area—Active Living Research, Healthy

Eating Research

and Bridging

the Gap—are

knowledge about

the changes to

policies and to

are

most

effective

in

increasing

physical

activity

contributing to the nation's collective community and school environments that and improving nutrition for kids.

http://www.rwjf.org/grants/

  • Home Depot Foundation

The Home Depot Foundation makes cash grants to non-profit organizations focused on affordable housing, at-risk youth, the environment, and disaster preparedness and response. The Home Depot Foundation makes grants to 501(c)(3) tax exempt public charities in the United States and to charitable organizations in Canada. To maximize the impact of Foundation resources, The Home Depot Foundation only funds programs that meet its eligibility test. Grants typically range from $5,000 to $25,000.

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