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A compilation of web pages and books of potential interest to nonprofit organizations seeking funding opportunities related to social services.

Lansing Area Resources

Try dialing 2-1-1, your local United Way may provide a connection to local human service agencies that can help you.

Barry-Eaton District Health Department
Serving Barry and Eaton Counties.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Capital Area Community Services, Inc.
Administers dollars to programs to assist low-income citizens and senior citizens in Clinton, Eaton Ingham and Shiawassee Counties. These funds come from the Federal Community Service Administration. Some examples of its projects include operation Headstart, Young Adult Program, Neighborhood Youth Corps, Senior Citizens Transportation and Outreach Program, youth employment programs and a senior citizens employment program. For more information, contact: Ivan Love, Director, Capital Area Community Services, 101 E. Willow, Lansing, MI 48915; telephone: (517) 482-6281.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Capital Area United Way
In addition to providing a directory of social service agencies in the Lansing metropolitan area, this web site also provides information on how to go about getting United Way funding.
Capital Area United Way has started a line that the residents of Ingham, Eaton and Clinton Counties can call to get information on human service resources such as food, clothing, shelter, rent and utility help and counseling. The line is also a place that people can call if they are interested in volunteering in the community or donating goods. The line is open 8:30-5, M-F. Additional funding for this project comes from: City of East Lansing, City of Lansing, Ingham County, the Eaton County United Way and the Eaton County Human Services Collaborative Council.
Ingham Residents Dial: 337-8211
Eaton and Clinton Residents Dial Toll-free: (866) 361-8211
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Capital Regional Community Foundation
According to the Towne Courier (June 22, 2003), the CRCF is seeking grant applications from churches in the tri-county area of Ingham, Clinton, and Eaton, for charitable work benefiting the community. Programs including food banks, clothing distribution, after-school and programs assisting the needy, excluding church building funds, will be considered. Grants up to $1000 each will be awarded at the end of August; all applications are due by 5 p.m. August 11th. To obtain a church grant application form for the Patrons Fund or to discuss a grant idea, call Joyce McGowan, vice president of programs, at the community foundation at (517) 272-2870.
Find other Community Foundations around Michigan.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Central Michigan 211 Directory
If you need help locating health and human services in the central Michigan area, dial 2-1-1. 2-1-1 provides callers with information about and referrals to human services for every day needs and in times of crisis. For example, 2-1-1 can offer access to the following types of services: Basic Human Needs Resources, Physical and Mental Health Resources, Employment Supports, Support for Older Americans and Persons with Disabilities, and Support for Children, Youth and Families. Counties in the Central Michigan service area include : Clinton, Eaton, Ingham & Jackson Counties with plans in place to bring 2-1-1 to Hillsdale County in 2007. If you are outside our service region, click here to find the 2-1-1 nearest you!
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Comcast Internet Essentials
If your child receives food assistance, you may qualify for internet access for $9.95 per month. This service is available in Detroit, Grand Rapids, and any other area where Comcast offers internet services.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Cristo Rey Community Center
Medical Care, Mental Health, Food Access Assistance, and Counseling Services
A 501(C)(3) basic-needs provider serving the vulnerable populations within our community with an emphasis on access to medical care, mental health services, food, and financial counseling. CRCC was opened in 1968 to help meet the needs of the poor, the vulnerable, immigrants, migrants, and all people in need regardless of language or culture. Cristo Rey envisions to break the cycle of poverty and advocate for self-sufficiency by offering critical services to our community. All CRCC services are critical resources for basic-need fulfillment in addition to being a resource/referral source for other onsite safety-net programs.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Grand Ledge Emergency Assistance Program (GLEAP)
It was initiated by area clergy in the 1970s to help people through emergencies. Today, GLEAP rovide short-term, emergency financial relief for families and individuals in need within the Grand Ledge School District. We coordinate fund-raising efforts and distribute funds contributed by individuals, faith-based organizations, businesses and community service organizations. We hope to inspire all generations of our community to philanthropy and a lifetime of giving.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Ingham County Health Department
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Judson Love Clothing Center
The center provides new clothing free to school-age children in the Tri-County area. Since its inception, the center has provided new clothing at no cost to over 22,000 children. The center is operated by volunteers in a location donated by its owner, therefore, all grants and donations received are used only for the purchase of new clothing for the children.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Junior League of Lansing
Community Response Grants
The Junior League of Lansing (JLL) offers Community Response Grants to quickly provide critical funds in the greater Lansing community. Our priority is supporting children and families at risk with key result area focusing on poverty: access to housing, food and support services. If your organization has an immediate need that will positively impact women and children in the Lansing area, please consider applying for this grant. The Junior League of Lansing accepts applications for grants from local non-profits located within 25 miles of Lansing. Granted funds must be used for projects within the 25-mile radius.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Lansing Michigan
Human Services Funding Administration
The City of Lansing designates, at a minimum, 1.25% of general fund revenue annually to support Lansing area human services organizations. These funds are used to provide a locally funded revenue base that supports basic human services, and meets local match requirements for grant funds generated from federal, state, foundation and other similar sources. In addition, these funds provide locally generated revenue which assists local human services providers to leverage additional funds in support of service delivery efforts. The percentage of general fund revenue designated for support of human services is exclusive of any direct funding of Community Supported Agencies by the Lansing City Council and any funding allocated for the purpose of supporting Cultural Arts Programs.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Listening Ear Referral Database
The Listening Ear Crisis Intervention Center has been open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year since July 15, 1969. We provide free and confidential service for telephone and walk-in clients in crisis. We define crisis as "any situation in which your normal coping mechanisms are ineffective or unavailable." Our volunteers are trained to deal with many crises, including: Depression, Suicide, Loneliness, Sexual assault, Grief. We also provide referrals for services throughout the Greater Lansing area and beyond via 2-1-1, which spearheaded by United Ways and information and referral agencies in various states and local communities. FYI -- the 2-1-1 referral database will open in a new window.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Mid-Michigan District Health Department
The Mid-Michigan District Health Department serves Clinton, Gratiot, and Montcalm Counties.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Old Newsboys
This charity raises money each year to provides shoes and boots for school age children.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Power of We Consortium
Offers grants and training to grow community and faith-based organizations in the Lansing metropolitan area.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Tri-County Office of Aging
Serving Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham Counties. Be sure to check out the Programs and Services section which contains a Community Resource Directory.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Detroit Area Resources

These are some of the organizations that serve low-income metro Detroiters in need of food, health care, clothing or housing:

Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (ACCESS)
Telephone: 313-842-7010
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Covenant House, Detroit
Telephone: 313-463-2000
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Crossroads of Michigan
Crossroads is a social service outreach agency with two locations in Detroit. Founded in 1971, Crossroads exists to support the community at large by providing emergency assistance, advocacy, and counseling to anyone in need.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries
Telephone: 313-993-4700
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Detroit Soup
An intriguing competition enables nonprofits to describe their activities and win a chance on a jackpot!
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Downriver Community Conference
Telephone: 734-362-7070
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Food Bank Council of Michigan
Telephone: 800-552-4483
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Grace Centers of Hope, Pontiac
Telephone: 248-334-2187
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Lighthouse of Oakland County
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Macomb County Rotating Emergency Shelter Team, Roseville
Telephone: 586-415-5101
(Last checked 06/22/18)

McGregor Fund
Social Services Grants
In keeping with its mission, the McGregor Fund emphasizes support for activities in southeastern Michigan addressing emergency needs for housing, food, clothing and other direct aid. In addition, support may be provided for activities that address the root causes of poverty, homelessness and hunger, and help individuals and families achieve personal and financial stability and other life-changing outcomes.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Oakland-Livingston Human Service Agency
Telephone: 248-209-2600
Empowering people to succeed has been at the heart of OLHSA, A Community Action Agency, since 1964. We work with residents of all ages in Oakland and Livingston Counties to create meaningful change and real opportunities for success. OLHSA (Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency) is a 501(c)(3) and we rely on private donations, grants, federal, local and state funding to fuel our mission. We help people and change lives every day. Are you or a loved one facing challenges? We Can Help.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Salvation Army Eastern Michigan Division
Telephone: 248-443-5500
(Last checked 06/22/18)

United Way for Southeastern Michigan
To get help within Macomb, Oakland or Wayne counties, try calling 2-1-1 on your phone. Information and referral specialists are available to assist you 24 hours per day, seven days per week. You can also reach United Way 2-1-1 outside of the tri-county by dialing 800-552-1183. 2-1-1 has the most comprehensive information and referral database in the region and can help you locate human services in your community. Sample assistance categories include: Child and elderly care, After-school programs, Emergency shelter, Job training, Rent assistance, Utility assistance, Counseling, and Substance abuse.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Grand Rapids Area Resources

These are some of the organizations that serve low-income residents of metropolitan Grand Rapids in need of food, health care, clothing or housing:

Family Resource Guide
An online directory with an emphasis on services for children and families in the Kent County area of Michigan.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

State Resources

2-1-1 Directory
Select Michigan to review available 2-1-1 centers.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

12 Federal Programs Targeted for Michigan Residents
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Child and Family Services Grants Available through the State of Michigan, try the Michigan Electronic Grants Administration and Management System Portal (EGrAMS).

Food Bank Council of Michigan
The Food Bank Council of Michigan (FBCM) is a statewide organization that is committed to the alleviation of hunger in our state and in our nation. The FBCM gathers food and funds to help stock Michigan's food banks, which is then distributed throughout the state-wide food bank network. In addition to assisting with the distribution of shelf stable items, the FBCM also coordinates multiple agricultural programs which support Michigan farmers, as well as bring nutritious, healthy produce into the emergency food system.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Friends In Deed of Washtenaw County
A directory of resources for persons in need in Washtenaw County.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

The Heat and Warmth Fund (THAW)
see Grants for Nonprofits - Energy/Heating Assistance

HandsOn Battle Creek and Central Michigan 2-1-1 Directory
If you need help locating health and human services in the central Michigan area, dial 2-1-1. 2-1-1 provides callers with information about and referrals to human services for every day needs and in times of crisis. For example, 2-1-1 can offer access to the following types of services:
(1) Basic Human Needs Resources
(2) Physical and Mental Health Resources
(3) Employment Supports
(4) Support for Older Americans and Persons with Disabilities
(5) Support for Children, Youth and Families
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Independent Living Grants Available through the State of Michigan, try the Michigan Electronic Grants Administration and Management System Portal (EGrAMS).

Jewish Community Services (JCS) of Flint/Gennessee County
Began in 1936 under the auspices of the Flint Jewish Federation. In 1987 it was established as an independent non-profit organization. The mission of JCS is to provide social services to the Jewish and general population of Genesee County and to foster the well-being of the community through collaborative community events. Major programs of the agency are: the Senior Nutrition Program, which includes Kosher and Asian Indian Senior Congregate Meals and Home-Delivered Meals; Local Transportation Services for seniors and the disabled; the Highway to Health Program (medical transportation outside Genesee County); Information, Assessment and Referral; Casework Coordination Services; Youth Services; and Immigrant Services.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

MATRIX Human Services
MAC Health (formerly Michigan AIDS Coalition), works in partnership with the Matrix Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program, focusing on HIV / STD counseling & testing, prevention, advocacy and education.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Michigan Community Action (Statewide)
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Michigan Community Service Commission
Annually, the MCSC grants approximately $6.9 million in federal funds to nonprofit organizations, schools, and other agencies to support National Service and volunteer activities in Michigan, including Michigan's AmeriCorps, Learn and Serve Michigan, and Michigan's Volunteer Investment Grants.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Michigan's Coordinated Access to Food for the Elderly (MICAFE)
A new program in 10 Michigan Counties helps people age 60 or older get a Bridge Card! This new program is MiCAFE, called "My Cafe," and is offered by Elder Law of Michigan and local senior and community centers. Counties participating include: Branch, Cass, Charlevoix, Eaton, Emmet, Genesee, Gratiot, Kalamazoo, St. Joseph, and Wayne County. The Bridge Card helps pay for food so seniors can use their cash to buy things like medicine or pay for heat, lights, water or make repairs to their home.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
Telephone: 517-373-2035
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
Emergency Services
The State Emergency Relief program (SER) helps low-income households meet emergency needs such as heat and utilities, home repairs, relocation assistance, home ownership services, and burial through a combination of direct financial assistance and contracts with a network of nonprofit organizations.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Michigan Food Banks
A directory provided by Feeding America.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Michigan Helping Hand
This site helps Michigan citizens facing economic hardship find the services they need. Simply click on one of the five tabs below for links to information about jobs and training, unemployment benefits, health care, family support and housing. Then click on the particular link that describes the help you're seeking.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Michigan Lifeline Telephone Assistance Program
To qualify for Lifeline, the customer's household income must be at or below 150 percent of the federal poverty guidelines, or the customer must participate in one of the following assistance programs: Medicaid; food stamps; supplemental security income (SSI); federal public housing assistance (Section 8); the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP); the national school free lunch program; or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families. Eligible customers should contact their local telephone provider to apply.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Michigan Public Service Commission
Michigan Citizens Can Get Help With Winter Heating Bills
Winter Energy Bill Payment Assistance Help with winter heating bills is available to senior citizens, unemployed, and low-income utility customers. Find out how to enroll in the Winter Protection Plan, Home Heating Credit, Earned Income Credit, and other available assistance and energy conservation programs. Consumer Alert, Feb. 2002.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency, Inc.
Toll-free tel.: (866) 484-7077
The agency plans, establishes, coordinates and operates programs to promote health, education and welfare to residents within northeast Michigan.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

SHARE Network
Features a Resource Directory of services offered by faith-based and community organizations, government agencies, and other non-profit organizations around the state.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Social Services Grants Available through the State of Michigan, try the Michigan Electronic Grants Administration and Management System Portal (EGrAMS).

State of Michigan Grants, try the Michigan Electronic Grants Administration and Management System Portal (EGrAMS).

Top 50 FC 1000 Foundations Awarding Grants to Recipients in Michigan, for Economically Disadvantaged, 2011
Source : Foundation Stats, 2013, from the Foundation Center.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Top 50 FC 1000 Foundations Awarding Grants to Recipients in Michigan, for Economically Disadvantaged, 2012
Source : Foundation Stats, 2014, from the Foundation Center.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Top 50 FC 1000 Foundations Awarding Grants to Recipients in Michigan, for Human Services, 2012
Source : Foundation Stats, 2014, from the Foundation Center.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Top 50 FC 1000 Foundations Awarding Grants to Recipients in Michigan, for Immigrants & Refugees, 2011
Source : Foundation Stats, 2013, from the Foundation Center.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Top 50 FC 1000 Foundations Awarding Grants to Recipients in Michigan, for Immigrants & Refugees, 2012
Source : Foundation Stats, 2013, from the Foundation Center.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

A number of religious denominations offer social service assistance throughout Michigan. Check the resources listed in Grants for Nonprofits: Religion and Social Change.

National Resources

11 Federal Assistance Programs for Immigrants and Refugees
The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) provides assistance to persons interested in becoming naturalized citizens of the United States. The Department of Health and Human Services subsidizes States to provide assistance to refugees, asylees, and victims of severe forms of trafficking. EducationMoney.com repackages information from the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance in an interesting manner.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

American Red Cross
Lists local chapters which have web sites.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Catholic Campaign for Human Development
Connect with an anti-poverty organization already working in your community. Pay close attention to poverty-related stories in the local news, and make note of the leaders or organizations mentioned. Contact a group whose ideals and aims match yours.
Also listed under Grants for Nonprofits - Community Development and Religion
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Catholic Charities
Provide vital social services to people in need, regardless of their religious, social, or economic backgrounds.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Corporation for National and Community Service
The Corporation for National and Community Service engages Americans of all ages and backgrounds in service to help strengthen communities. Sponsors AmeriCorps, Senior Corps, and Learn and Serve America.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Dream Foundation
The Dream Foundation is the first nonprofit organization to grant wishes to terminally ill adults over the age of 18. The foundation operates on a small-cash budget and relies on nonmonetary donations such as airline tickets, hotel rooms and meals. The organization grants wishes to those who are expected to have less than a year to live. Common dreams include reunions with old friends, family trips with children and items for comfort.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund
FEEA is a private, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt corporation which provides educational benefits and emergency assistance exclusively to all civilian federal and postal employees and their dependent family members. FEEA receives no government funds.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Feeding America
The nation's largest hunger relief organization. Through a network of over 200 food banks and food-rescue programs, we distribute food to 26 million hungry Americans each year, eight million of whom are children.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Food and Nutrition Grants/Programs from the U.S. Government
Posted on Grants.gov
Some of the most current grant opportunities posted by the federal government. Select food as funding activity category.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

FundsNet Human Services Grants
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Fundsnet Hunger and Homeless Grants
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Grants.gov : Current Federal Funding Opportunities for Food and Nutrition
Lists some of the most recently announced grants for food and nutrition.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Grants.gov : Current Federal Funding Opportunities for Social Services and Income Security
Lists some of the most recently announced grants for social services and income security. Select social services as funding activity category and click on search bottom at bottom of form.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

THE HELPING HANDBOOK. Lansing, Michigan : Michigan League for Human Services, 1993. 6th edition, 178pp. Main Library Reference (1 East) Funding Center HC107 .M53 P633 1993
A resource guide to basic assistance programs in Michigan.

THE HELPING HANDBOOK : A RESOURCE GUIDE TO BASIC ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS. Lansing, Michigan : Michigan League for Human Services, c2005. 9th ed. Main Library Reserve (2 West) HC107.M53 P633 2005
A resource guide to basic assistance programs in Michigan.

Hill-Burton Free and Reduced-Cost Medical Care
In 1946, Congress passed a law that gave hospitals, nursing homes and other health facilities grants and loans for construction and modernization. In return, they agreed to provide a reasonable volume of services to persons unable to pay and to make their services available to all persons residing in the facility's area. The program stopped providing funds in 1997, but about 300 health care facilities nationwide are still obligated to provide free or reduced-cost care.
Also listed under Grants for Nonprofits - Health.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Homeless Shelters Directory
The Homeless Shelter Directory was started as a list of homeless shelters. We now provide listings for the following:
- Homeless Shelters
- Homeless Service Organizations
- Monetary Assistance
- Transitional Housing
- Free Clinics (Dental and Medical)
- Low Cost and Free Treatment Centers
- Outreach Centers
- Day Shelters
- Relief Organizations that can help the needy
- Women's Shelters and Battered Women's Services
- Food Pantries, Soup Kitchens, Food Banks
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Human Services RFPs Posted by the Foundation Center's Philanthropy News Digest
Each RFP listing provides a brief overview of a current funding opportunity offered by a foundation or other grantmaking organization. Interested applicants should read the full RFP at the grantmaker's Web site or contact the grantmaker directly for complete program guidelines and eligibility requirements before submitting a proposal to that grantmaker.
Also listed under Grants for Individuals - Social Services
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Income Security and Social Services Grants from the U.S. Government
Posted on Grants.gov
(Last checked 06/22/18)

M.A.C. AIDS Fund
Help for AIDS Victims
The M.A.C. AIDS Fund makes grants to charitable nonprofit organizations worldwide that provide direct care, support and assistance to men, women, and children who are living with HIV/AIDS or impacted by AIDS. Grants are made in the following categories: basic needs; especially food, nutrition supplements and any direct physical support to people living with HIV/AIDS, prevention, education and awareness, direct service, event sponsorship directly benefiting programs and special needs. Proposals are reviewed quarterly (usually March, June, September and December) and must arrive at least one month prior to the quarterly review date. Find out much more about this fund on the website..
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Mary Kay Foundation: Domestic Violence Shelter Grant Program
The Mary Kay Foundation is committed to ending the epidemic of domestic violence by providing grants to women's shelters throughout the United States. Each year, the Foundation's Domestic Violence Shelter Grant Program awards grants of $20,000 to at least one domestic violence shelter in every state; remaining funds are distributed based on state population. Applying organizations must offer immediate overnight housing to women and children affected by domestic violence. The application deadline is April 30, 2016. Visit the Foundation's website to submit an online application form.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Modest Needs
In March 2002, Modest Needs was founded by Keith Taylor, who created Modest Needs as his way of repaying the many small kindnesses that others had shown to him. On the original site, he pledged to give away 10% of his gross monthly income as a teacher - $350.00 - to help people with small, unexpected expenses and nowhere else to turn, no questions asked. He raised the money to honor his pledge by selling most of what he owned. Taylor expected that people would ask for help. But he had no idea that so many others would write to say, "My life was also touched by kindness. How can I be a part of what you're doing?" Today at Modest Needs, compassionate persons whose lives have been touched by kindness pass that kindness on by pooling just a bit of what we can afford to share and using those funds to keep struggling families from entering the cycle of poverty. We do this by helping as many persons as we can to afford unexpected expenses like those we've all encountered before - expenses which, though small, can easily force a family over the edge and onto the street. And we never ask for anything in return.
Modes Needs assists working families, many earning to much to qualify for government assistance, but not enough to shield them from financial struggles. The goal is to keep people from slipping into poverty. The maximum grant is $1000.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES. New York, N.Y. : Foundation Center, 1997. 4th edition, 1155pp. Main Library Reference (1 East) Funding Center HV741 .N316
Contains information on over 3,600 foundations and corporate direct corporate giving programs that have an interest in funding a variety of programs for children, youth and families. Introduction includes information on researching foundations and corporations, a glossary, and a selected bibliography of additional resources.
Listed under Children and Youth; Social Services.

Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People
The Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People supports grassroots projects that are developed, owned, and controlled by groups of poor, oppressed, and disadvantaged people. Priority is given to local projects rather than regional, statewide, or national projects. Generally, annual grants range from $10,000 to $50,000 for projects in the U.S.
Also listed under Grants for Nonprofits - Community Development and Social Services.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Social Services and Income Security Grants/Programs Available from the Federal Government
Posted on Grants.gov
Lists some of the most recently announced grants for social services and income security. Select social services as funding activity category and click on search bottom at bottom of form.
(Last checked 06/22/18)

Substance Abuse RFPs Posted by the Foundation Center's Philanthropy News Digest
(Last checked 06/22/18)


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