- This CNN Heroes award seems interesting. Maybe someone should nominate one of our heroes. Kevin E. Bynes, M.Ed. Director of Youth Programs 510.663.7958Message 1 of 1 , Apr 1, 2010View SourceThis CNN Heroes award seems interesting. Maybe someone should nominate one of our heroes.
Kevin E. Bynes, M.Ed.
Director of Youth Programs
510.663.7981 (Fax)AIDS Project East Bay1320 Webster St
Oakland, California 94612
Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking. It is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil, but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails. - I Corinthians 13:4 - 8
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Subject: CNN Award / Toyota Foundation / WC Award / PAC Fund / UK-IHLFS GrantCNN Heroes AwardNow your nomination of a CNN Hero could help the person that inspires you achieve even greater recognition and success. Do you know someone who should be recognized as a CNN Hero? Here are some suggestions we hope will help you in crafting your nomination. Nominations must be in the name of a single individual, at least 13 years of age, whose accomplishment occurred (or continued) after November 26, 2009. Nominees in the "Young Wonder" category must be 25 years of age or younger. Groups and organizations are ineligible for consideration. 10 Finalists: Each Finalist will receive Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) and 1 Winner: The Winner will receive One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00).Readmore:Toyota FoundationThe Toyota Foundation is dividing its grant programs into five broad categories. Categories are further subdivided into themes and issues on which research will be conducted. Please be advised that application periods and activation dates differ from program to program. There are no restrictions based on nationality or affiliation.
Readmore:World of Children Awards--The World of Children Awards program was created to recognize and elevate those selfless individuals who make a difference in the lives of children here in the USA and across the globe, regardless of political, religious or geographical boundaries. These courageous leaders recognize that our children are the world's most important asset. Their stories are heroic. The World of Children honors these leaders, and grants them funds to support the proven, high-impact programs they have created. These awards assure that more children's lives will be touched, and changed, forever.
- Asian Neighbors Network Program: Grant Amount: Small-scale grants: Up to ¥2 million per project and Regular grants: ¥2 million to ¥8 million per project. Total Grant: ¥120 million.
- Preservation, Utilization, and Transmission of Indigenous Documents in Asia (Special Subject): Maximum ¥5 million per project. Total Grant:¥30 million.
- Research Grant Program: Up to ¥8 million per project. Total Grant: ¥150 million.
- Grant Program for Community ActivitiesUp to ¥3,000,000 per project per year. Total Grant: ¥120 million.
- Southeast Asian Studies Regional Exchange Program (SEASREP)
Readmore:Positive Action for Children FundThe Positive Action for Children Fund has opened its first Requests for Proposals (RFPs). Proposals should be prepared by following this detailed guidance and submitted by the deadline, midnight (GMT) on Friday 7th May. This document contains full guidance, a mandatory application form, and a set of answers to some of the most frequently asked questions. Proposals submitted late, or that do not follow this guidance and comply with its criteria will not be considered. Unsolicited proposals for funds will not be considered. Later this year we will invite concept notes for projects that fall outside these two Requests for Proposals. But in this first round proposals must focus on one of the following areas:Readmore:UK-IHLFS GrantUK International health links funding scheme (IHLFS) supports Links which are driven by the developing country partner. Links must benefit the developing country and be in line with national and district health plans. A wide range of formally accredited health institutions and organisations can apply for IHLFS funding.
- Humanitarian Award - maximum grant of upto $50,000
- Health Award - maximum grant of upto $50,000
- Founder's Youth Award - maximum grant of up to $25,000
- Project grants (up to £ 15, 000 per year for one year or 22 months)
For more established links to implement a variety of projects. You may apply for funding of between £3, 000 and £15, 000 per year for one year or 22 months.
- Start-up grants (up to £3,000)
To support the development of new and young Links who have been working together for less than two years. Applications will be considered at any time during the scheme.
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