GrantWatch, the ever-expanding digital database of current grant and funding opportunities for nonprofits, small businesses and individuals, is calling for immediate grants of support on behalf of Hurricane Harvey’s victims.
GrantWatch is encouraging all foundations & government agencies throughout the United States to use its portal to list a grant for nonprofits and small businesses. Libby Hikind, Founder and CEO of GrantWatch.com, suggests, “In keeping with your agency or organization’s mission and vision, please allot at least 10% of your grant funds for those nonprofits in the areas hit by Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana. Send us an email to modify the geographic eligibility for grants already posted on our website or create a new disaster-relief grant.”
Although Texas and Louisiana are currently in the rescue period of Hurricane Harvey, the residents, schools, hospitals, shelters, small businesses, community centers, religious institutions, etc. will soon need grants in every category, which we currently list on GrantWatch, to recover and rebuild. A funding source (grantor) is the expert in its own funding category and has the proven roadmap of success from previously implemented programs. Who better to guide these nonprofits, whose offices and files have been destroyed and whose staff members have become new Hurricane Harvey refugees.
Post grants here: https://www.grantwatch.com/add-a-grant.php
The need is overwhelming for programmatic grant funds from immediate disaster relief to medical to mental health to preschools to homeless to housing to animal rescue—the list does not end.
“As part of GrantWatch’s commitment to the future rebuild and recovery,” GrantWatch Founder and CEO Libby Hikind says, “I have directed my staff to provide nonprofits located in the hard-hit Hurricane Harvey areas the ability to view the full details and descriptions of relevant grants without a paid subscription.”
Massive floods have left at least 40,000 residents without shelter and have caused evacuations from state-designated disaster areas. “There may be as many as half a million Texans who are eligible for financial support,” Vice President Pence told KKTX radio on Tuesday.
State officials expect to see 50 inches of rain accumulate by Monday evening. Continued flooding will cause further displacement of residents, and many shelters are already struggling to meet the needs of new refugees while minimizing risks associated with overcrowding. An estimated 9,000 displaced people are now at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, which has a capacity for 5,000.
Come together for those in need.
Reach out to the foundations and agencies in your state.
- What are they doing to help with the immediate need to bring clean water, food and medical supplies to those most severely affected by Hurricane Harvey?
- What programmatic grants do they offer that could have 10% set aside for the Hurricane Harvey landfall geographic areas, which will assist with the recovery and rebuild of Texas and Louisiana?
- When you find funding opportunities, be sure to share them on GrantWatch.com.
GrantWatch.com is uniquely poised to fully publicize Hurricane Harvey funding opportunities on Texas.GrantWatch.com and Louisiana.GrantWatch.com under the 50+ categories and concurrently with the category of disaster relief. For additional questions or concerns, email us at email@example.com or call us at (561) 249-4129.
Grants for Disaster Relief and Animal Rescue on GrantWatch.com
An indemnity program to USA livestock producers and owners to mitigate losses exceeding normal mortality due to adverse weather events, disease, and attacks by wild animals.
Grants to USA and Canada nonprofits, cities and counties, educational institutions, and tribal authorities for relief, recovery, and rescue efforts in the event of disasters that affect 20 pets or more.
Grants to USA nonprofit animal welfare organizations and government agencies for immediate emergency assistance to animals impacted by natural and other disasters.
Grants of up to $2,000 to USA and Canada animal shelters, rescue agencies, and individuals to assist with costs of urgent medical care for animals that are injured, abused, or neglected.
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