Aren’t we all a little concerned about the extreme political climates, ongoing economic turmoil and unprecedented social issues? Modern-day youth believe the world is in disrepair. Their worries are valid, considering our youth will inherit the consequences of today’s turmoil.
According to a study by VeryWell.com, the most common struggles for today’s youth are depression, bullying, peer pressure, drug and alcohol abuse, social media, on-screen violence and obesity—too many obstacles, if you ask me.
GrantWatch is determined to help children and teens overcome these conflicts by researching, listing and publicizing the grants available to nonprofits and small businesses for youth programs.
How do we fix the world? Start by improving the quality of life for today’s youth. We have a social responsibility to provide children, pre-teens and teenagers with the tools to thrive in school, at home and at work. GrantWatch listings provide modern-day youths with opportunities to thrive during these turbulent and challenging times, so we’re doing are part. Start doing yours!
Our grant listings include grants for youth that support their physical and mental health through positive interaction, education and exercise. Browse GrantWatch grant listings to discover funding opportunities to benefit and empower young people.
Our CEO and Founder, Libby Hikind, says, “Let’s hope our kids can return to complaining about an unpurchased souvenir at the end of a family trip and stop worrying with their adult counterparts.”
Grants for Youth
Grants to USA nonprofit organizations, public agencies, and universities for unconventional and innovative strategies to promote a culture of health. The Foundation invites proposals for creative and pioneering strategies that promote its mission to foster a culture of health in the nation.
Grants to USA youth track and field and running clubs to enhance programs and experiences for youth in sports programs. Priority will be given to applicants who are located in low-income areas.
Grants ranging from $500 to $2,000 to USA nonprofit organizations to support programs in the areas of education and youth development.