Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR)

What is the Small Business Technology Transfer?

The Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Program is an initiative that is coordinated and monitored by the Small Business Administration (SBA), to provide small businesses with greater access to funding in the federal innovation research and development arena. According to the SBA, the goal

“is expansion of the public-private sector partnership to include the joint venture opportunities for small business and the nation’s premier nonprofit research institutions. STTR’s most important role is to foster the innovation necessary to meet the nation’s scientific and technological challenges in the 21st century.”

The STTR program is a cooperative research partnership between small business concerns and research institutions. It places emphasis on a company’s potential for commercial success. The program also requires that universities, federal laboratories, or nonprofit research centers team with businesses to get their product(s) into the marketplace. These research partnerships between small businesses and nonprofit institutions enable participants to combine entrepreneurial initiative and creativity with the expertise, equipment, and other assets of nonprofit research laboratories.

How can an organization qualify for STTR?

In order to be considered for the STTR program, small businesses must meet several criteria including:

  • They must be American-owned and independently operated for-profit enterprises.
  • The size of the company may not exceed 500 employees.
  • They must be principally located in the United States.
  • The organization must be a nonprofit college or university, domestic nonprofit research organization, or federally funded research and development center.
Innovation

According to the rules of STTR, the Departments of Defense, Energy, and Health and Human Services, along with the National Science Foundation and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration—must reserve a portion of their research and development funds for the program. These five federal departments and agencies also designate those subjects suitable for additional Research & Development and determine whether to accept or reject STTR proposals. They make STTR awards based on the following factors:

  • Qualifications of the nonprofit research institution and its small business partner;
  • Degree of innovation;
  • Future market potential.

Once a small business secures STTR funding, they are then routed through a three-phase program.

  1. The Startup Phase: Awards of up to $100,000 are given to pay for approximately one year’s worth of study and research into the scientific, technical, and commercial feasibility of an idea or technology.
  2. The Development Phase. During this period, business/research partnerships engage in research and development work with an intention toward commercial potential.
  3. Introduction to Market. During this phase, the completed project is introduced into the commercial marketplace to succeed or fail. This phase is not supported by STTR funds. Instead, participants must secure funding from private parties or other federal agencies that do not allocate STTR monies.

Small businesses can secure alternative or additional funding by subscribing to and searching for grants at www.GrantWatch.com. As of the writing of this article, the following STTR grant was available – America’s Seed Fund – Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Program Phase I.

New Year’s Resolution For Nonprofits

New Year Resolutions

It’s almost 2020, and many people are starting to draft resolutions that they’ll use to try and build new habits for the New Year.

Science tells us that by February, the second month of this year, most of those resolutions will fall by the wayside, and people will return to their scheduled programming of whatever they had done the year before. And it’s hard to stick to these habits, for many reasons, including that people will set lofty goals in the hopes of creating all-over change, not realizing that they need effective systems to be able to accomplish that feat. And since here at GrantWatch we care about our readers, I’m going to help make creating New Year’s resolutions just a bit easier by sharing my five best pieces of advice for drafting, and following through on those resolutions. Hopefully, by reading, and executing this list, it really will be New Year, New You. 

Five New Year’s Resolutions for Nonprofit Organizations & Professionals

  1. Be Realistic: When mapping out your goals for the New Year, try not to be overzealous in your ambitions, to the point where it’s near impossible to actually accomplish the things on your list. If your fundraising goal is $1,000,000, start by dividing the sum into quarterly goals and plan your fundraising events accordingly. The objective is to keep you, your donors and your team from being overwhelmed. You may find that you do even better than the original goal laid out because you did not set your organization up for failure.
  2. Plan Ahead: If you are not receiving our newsletter, sign up today! Grants are a huge part of a nonprofits annual budget, but getting a grant is a waiting game that requires strategic planning. You need to find a grant or grants that fulfill your organization’s needs, then you need to follow the specific requirements listed by the funder. If you start the process in January or Q1, in some cases, your organization may not be funded until March or April (Q2). If you plan ahead, you can distribute the budget accordingly. Planning ahead allows you to ensure that you have the tools and the money you need.  
  3. Have an Accountability Partner: Keep the members of your organization in the loop regarding your goals. They will essentially be your accountability partners. Have regular meetings and talk about specific issues with your progress, but also discuss mini victories.
  4. Reward Nonprofit: One of the ways to keep pushing through when times get tough is to have rewards set up along your path. Setting mini-goals along the way towards a larger goal helps with this and allows you to reward yourself as you accomplish smaller steps. Reaching a certain monetary goal should be celebrated. Have a potluck lunch or dinner and share your success on social media, or give your team members an extended lunch period or a short workday. 
  5. Shake It Off: You will have good days, and less than good days. Sometimes you will meet your goals, and sometimes you will fall short – that’s okay. Take a heads up, eyes forward approach. Take stock of what went wrong, fix it and move on, don’t dwell. Double down on the things that worked well. Implement a stress reliever in your day – Go outside, do some pushups, walk around the block or the parking lot, stretch, breath. Do something other than sitting at your desk. A walk or quick stretch can help you refocus and get back on track when you are finding it hard to stay on task or when you are having a not-so-great day. Shake it off, take a deep breath and move on. Don’t give up because of one failure, just view it as a sign that things are changing, and allow yourself to grow from it.

We hope that these little tips and tricks help you this New Year as you work on accomplishing new things in 2020. Remember that there are so many new possibilities in the New Year and that staying consistent with what you wish to accomplish. Progress is key to having your New Year’s resolutions become permanent habits.  

Art Basel & the grants that can get you there

Art Basel?

Art Basel is an annual international art fair that takes place in Basel, Switzerland; Miami Beach, Florida; and Hong Kong. The event connects collectors, galleries, and artists. Art Basel’s fairs are the impetus in supporting galleries as they nurture the careers of artists. While Art Basel provides a platform for galleries to show and sell their work to buyers, it also attracts a large international audience of art spectators and students.

© Courtesy of Tau Lewis and COOPER COLE, Toronto

Galleries that participate in Art Basel can spend between $50,000 for a small gallery to as high as $400,000 for a large gallery located on the bottom floor of the event space. These costs include booth fees, travel, lodging in town, shipping costs for the works, gallery dinners during the fair, and other expenses accrued during the week. This is a considerable investment for a 6-day event.

We’ve Got a Grant for that!

To defray expenses, artists and galleries alike seek out sponsors and benefactors. But, too few people seek out grants. GrantWatch.com has over 500 grants listed for people in the arts. Just in the state of Florida alone, we have 197 grants listed (at the time of this article). Grant amounts are as little as $250 to as high as $50,000 or more.

Take a look at these Florida grants for arts and culture:

  • Grants to USA Nonprofits and Artists to Support Live Public Performances
  • Grants of up to $50,000 to USA and Territories independent producers and production companies to fund the production and post-production of non-fiction programs about indigenous Pacific Islanders.
  • Grants to Florida Nonprofits, Agencies, and Businesses to Promote Tourism in Miami-Dade County
  • Grants to USA and Territories individual artists and artist collaborators for creative artistic endeavors across the arts disciplines.
  • Grants to USA, Canada, or International Artists to Support Professional Development in Visual Arts

Start researching grant opportunities now! It may be too late to secure a grant funding for 2019 Art Basel, but before you know it, 2020′ Art Basel is here and every artist should have an opportunity to experience the exposure that this art event affords them.

How to Fund your Nonprofit: 9 Great Ideas!

Understanding Nonprofit Corporations

If you have a company or plan to set up a business, social club, a trade organization, or cooperative whose goal is addressing a societal problem, then you should set up a nonprofit. 

If your organization is looking to earn a profit as well as accomplish those goals mentioned above, then you should form a for-profit corporation or LLC.

Most nonprofits are formed to provide a benefit to the public. Such organizations include companies formed for charitable, educational, scientific, religious and literary purposes. These charitable companies are sometimes referred to as Sec. 501(c)(3) organizations. Their name is derived from the section of the Internal Revenue Code that provides them with an exemption from taxation.

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Funding your Nonprofit

So, your nonprofit organization is up and running; now you need funding to keep it solvent. Here are a few funding ideas.

  1. Apply for a grant. To get the most ‘bang for your buck’, consider subscribing to a grant listing service like GrantWatch.com. For as little as $18.00 per week, you’ll get unlimited access to a database of more than 20,000 grant listings. Grant funding sources include local, state, federal and foundation.
  2. Ask for donations. Social media sites like Facebook will allow you to place a donation button on your profile. Friends, family, and colleagues can donate to your project as well as share your campaign with their friends and colleagues.
  3. Crowdfunding. Create a campaign on crowdfunding sites like YouHelp.com Crowdfunding is a fundraising tool that enables forward-thinkers like you to raise money for worthy charities, new programs or products or to stage events.
  4. Cause-related campaigns. This is more of a marketing effort where you combine marketing with funding for your nonprofit. It is built upon a partnership between your nonprofit and a for-profit/business where your organizations team up to raise money for your cause. Toms show does this paring well. When you buy TOMS products, the company makes an in-kind donation to a person in need. When someone buys a pair of TOMS shoes in the US, for instance, the company donates a pair of shoes to a child in a poor country like Haiti.
  5. Ecommerce or brick & mortar store. Consider adding an eCommerce store to your website. If you have space, adding a store (like Goodwill or Habitat for Humanity) where the organization accepts and sells gently used donations to the public. Holiday cards and stationery are great sellers in charity eCommerce shops. You can also become an affiliate of major brands such as AmazonAffiliate marketing is the process of earning a commission by promoting other people’s (or company’s) products.
  6. Sponsorships. Seek out strategic partnerships with a business or other for-profit organizations. Solicit sponsorships. Through their sponsorship, your nonprofit can gain monetary as well as in-kind donations that can include items such as furniture, office equipment, marketing advice, logo or website development support, etc. In exchange for their sponsorship, your nonprofit can showcase their business on your website, displaying their logo at your events through banners or on t-shirts, or giving them recognition on your blog and social media platforms.
  7. Traditional fundraising will always be in vogue. This includes sporting events, tournaments, festivals, walk-a-thons, dinners, auctions, concerts, etc.
  8. Google Ads grants – Did you know that Google gives nonprofits up to $10,000 USD of in-kind advertising every month?

    You could recruit more volunteers. Attract more donations. And share your story with audiences all over the globe.

  9. Good old fashion bartering services. You could do things like bartering for free office space in exchange for being the property manager of the building. Think about your marketable skills and seek out partners willing to barter.

Do you have a funding idea that will benefit a nonprofit? Tell us in the comments 👇.

Resources for People Facing Financial Hardship

Resources for the underfunded

At least once daily, our customer service department gets a call asking for information on grants to help those suffering severe financial hardship. Since GrantWatch is a listing service for nonprofit grants, all too often, we find ourselves unable to assist. Occasionally, these callers are able to find the grant they need on https://www.mwbezone.com, but the application process can be a deterrent. Some people use our crowdfunding platform YouHelp.com to collect funding from friends and families, but when faced with a ‘5 days notice’ to pay your rent or face eviction, a quicker and more permanent solution is needed.

What to do when you are in a crisis

We at GrantWatch wanted to help, so we did some research and found a few state and local resources that can assist by providing contact information for local financial assistance.

Help resource

Help for People Facing Financial Hardship

Call 211

211 is a phone number that is explicitly reserved to enable people in need to speak with a community resource specialist who can help them find local to social services for everyday needs and in times of crisis.

Currently, active 211 systems cover all or part of 50 states and some of Canada. They offer information on the following types of services:

  • Basic Human Needs Resources – including food and clothing, shelters, housing, utility assistance.
  • Emergency information and disaster relief
  • Mental Health and Health Resources – including counseling, support groups, drug and alcohol treatment, health insurance programs, Medicaid and Medicare, maternal health resources, health insurance programs for children, medical information lines, clinics, and hospitals.
  • Employment and Education Support – including job training, employment services, transportation assistance, and education programs.
  • Older Adults and Persons with Disabilities – including adult daycare, community meals, respite care, home health care, transportation and homemaker services.
  • Children, Youth, and Family Support – including childcare, after school programs, educational programs for low-income families, family resource centers, and recreation programs, mentoring, tutoring and protective services.
  • Information on physical and or emotional Domestic Abuse.

Benefits.Gov

Benefits.gov is the official benefits website of the U.S. government, their mission is to increase citizen access to benefit information while reducing the expense and difficulty of interacting with the government.

The site’s core function is the eligibility prescreening questionnaire or “Benefit Finder.” Answers to the questionnaire are used to evaluate a citizen’s situation and compare it with eligibility criteria for more than 1,200 Federally-funded benefit and assistance programs. The site also features a recommendation engine that customizes the user’s search for benefits based on their location or interest in a category.

Other Resources

The Salvation Army. They do the following:

  • Help Disaster Survivors
  • Provide Food and Shelter
  • Provide financial assistance
  • Combat Addiction
  • Share God’s Love
  • Assist the Unemployed
  • Fight Human Trafficking
  • Offer programs to stop Domestic Abuse
  • Offer educational programs to kids
  • Serve the LGBTQ Community

Catholic Charities

The core mission of Catholic Charities is to provide service to people (regardless of their faith), who are struggling with poverty and other complex issues. These services include:

  • Affordable Housing
  • Immigrant and Refugee Services
  • Integrated Health
  • Food & Nutrition programs
  • Disaster relief

Red Cross

In addition to providing relief and support to those in crisis, they help members of the military, veterans and their families prepare for, cope with, and respond to, the challenges of military service.

Volunteers provide home comforts and critical services on bases and in military hospitals around the world. They support military families during deployments and emergencies.

Community Action Agency (CAA) etc
Do a web search for a local Community Action Agency (CAA). They have several resources to help the needy. In addition, most churches, The United Way, and The Urban League are other organizations that offer resources for those in crisis.

Do you know of a place in your community that offers resources to help the needy? Please tell us about them in the comments.

Head Start Grants

As far back as 1965, Head Start began as a summer program. The thought was to develop a holistic preschool program that provides assistance for the emotional, social, health, nutritional, and psychological needs with school readiness for low-income children. Education always breaks the cycle of poverty – but when it is started at the youngest of ages it quadruples the odds of success.

Head Start and Early Head Start programs offer a variety of service models, depending on the needs of the local community. Many Head Start and Early Head Start programs are based in centers and schools. Other programs are located in childcare centers and family child care homes. Some programs even offer home-based services that assign dedicated staff who conduct weekly visits to the children and their parents in their own homes, which as you can imagine is a great help.

Today Head Start programs provide services to over a million children every year, promoting school readiness of children from low-income families who are ages birth to five, supporting the development of the whole child.

Group of happy young children who are at school

There are Head Start programs in every U.S. state and territory, in farmworker camps, and in over 155 tribal communities, critical to low-income families.

GrantWatch.com has several Head Start, Early Head Start and preschool grants listed on the website.  Click here to view all the available Head Start grants.

Funding is available to USA public and private nonprofit organizations, including CBOs and faith-based organizations, for-profit organizations, Native American Tribal agencies, and organizations for early childhood programs that serve low-income pregnant women and children from birth to compulsory school age in the eligible service areas. Funding streams also include programs focused on the children of migrant workers, programs in Native American communities, and the expansion of existing programs.

If you choose to apply for a Head Start grant, It’s important to note that required registrations to complete the application,  may take up to four weeks to complete.

Grants for Head Start Programs

 

Funding Opportunity Title

Funding Opportunity Number

Due Date

Merican Indian/Alaska Native Head Start

American Indian/Alaska Native Head Start Grantee — Peach Springs, Arizona

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CI-R11-1781

11/12/2019

American Indian/Alaska Native Head Start Grantee — Polk County, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CI-R11-1782

11/12/2019

 

 

 

Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grants

 

 

Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grants – Andrew, Buchanan, Clinton and Dekalb Counties, Missouri

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-HP-R07-1757

11/12/2019

Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grants – Bernalillo and Rio Arriba Counties, New Mexico

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-HP-R06-1743

11/12/2019

Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grants – Burnett, Clark, Rusk, Sawyer, Taylor, and Washburn Counties, Wisconsin

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-HP-R05-1666

11/15/2019

Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grants – Cook County, Illinois with the exception of the City of Chicago

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-HP-R05-1629

11/12/2019

Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grants – Douglas County, Nebraska

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-HP-R07-1722

11/12/2019

Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grants – Dunklin, Pemiscot and Scott Counties, Missouri

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-HP-R07-1723

11/12/2019

Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grants – Milwaukee County, Wisconsin

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-HP-R05-1661

11/12/2019

Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grants – South Carolina

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-HP-R04-1778

11/12/2019

Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grants – Spartanburg and Lancaster Counties, South Carolina

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-HP-R04-1696

11/12/2019

Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grants — The Cities of Covington, Newport, Erlanger and Florence, Kentucky

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-HP-R04-1754

11/12/2019

Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grants – The City of Chattanooga, Tennessee

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-HP-R04-1699

11/12/2019

Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grants – The City of Shelby, North Carolina

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-HP-R04-1697

11/12/2019

Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grants – Union, Umatilla, Morrow, Wallowa and Gilliam Counties, Oregon

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-HP-R10-1761

11/12/2019

Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grants – Winnebago County, Illinois

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-HP-R05-1772

11/12/2019

Early Head Start Expansion and Early Head Start-Child Care The Cities of Morganton, Charlotte and Valdese, North Carolina

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-HP-R04-1686

11/12/2019

 

 

 

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee

 

 

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Acadia Parish, Louisiana

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1610

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Accomack and Northampton Counties, Virginia

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1714

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Adams, Billings, Bowman, Dunn, Golden Valley, Hettinger, Slope and Stark Counties, North Dakota

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R08-1726

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Aikens and Barnwell Counties, South Carolina

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1695

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Alameda County, California

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R09-1733

11/15/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Delta, Denver, Garfield, Huerfano, Las Animas, Mesa, Moffat and Pueblo Counties, Colorado

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R08-1727

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Alcona, Alpena, Arenac, Bay, Cheboygan, Clare, Crawford, Gladwin, Huron, Iosco, Lapeer, Mecosta, Midland, Montmorency, Ogemaw, Osceola, Oscoda, Otsego, Presque Isle, Sanilac, and Tuscola Counties, Michigan

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1654

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Allegany County, New York

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R02-1645

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Allegheny County, Pennsylvania excluding the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1709

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Allen, Bourbon, Chautauqua, Cherokee, Crawford, Elk, Labette, Linn, Montgomery, Neosho, Wilson and Woodson Counties, Kansas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R07-1719

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Anderson, Cherokee, Gregg, Harrison, Henderson, Marion, Panola, Rusk, Smith, Upshur, Van Zandt, and Wood Counties, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1615

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Andrew, Buchanan, Clinton and Dekalb Counties, Missouri

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R07-1639

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Apache, Coconino, Navajo and Yavapai Counties, Arizona

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R09-1734

11/15/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Armstrong County, Pennsylvania

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1711

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Ashley, Bradley, Chicot, Desha and Drew Counties, Arkansas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1608

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Atoka, Johnston, Murray, and Marshall Counties, Oklahoma

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1619

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Auglaize, Champaign, Darke, Greene, Logan, Miami, Preble, Shelby, and Van Wert Counties, Ohio

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1663

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Baltimore County, Maryland

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1704

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Bee, Goliad, Live Oak and Refugio Counties, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1604

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Bell County, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1607

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Benson, Bottineau, McHenry, McLean, Pierce, Ramsey, Sheridan, Towner and Wells Counties, North Dakota

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R08-1724

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Bexar County, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1601

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Boone, Dekalb, Grundy, Kane, and Kendall Counties, Illinois

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1662

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Broome County, New York

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R02-1643

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Brown and Manitowoc Counties, Wisconsin

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1647

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Butler County, Pennsylvania

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1708

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Camden, Chowan, Currituck, Dare, Gates, Hyde, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Tyrrell and Washington Counties, North Carolina

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1693

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Cameron and Willacy Counties, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1618

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Carbon, Emery, Grand, Piute, Sevier, San Juan and Uintah Counties, Utah

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R08-1725

11/15/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Carroll County, Maryland

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1701

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Carroll, Coweta, Harris, Heard, Meriwether and Troup Counties, Georgia

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1777

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Carteret, Craven, Jones and Pamlico Counties, North Carolina

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1677

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Carver, Dakota, and Scott Counties, Minnesota

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1652

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Cedar, Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Counties, Iowa

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R07-1717

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Charlotte County, Florida

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1683

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Chaves and Eddy Counties, New Mexico

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1613

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Cherokee, Ida, Lyon, Plymouth and Sioux Counties, Iowa

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R07-1721

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Cheshire and Sullivan Counties, New Hampshire

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R01-1637

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Chilton, Autauga, Shelby, and Elmore Counties, Alabama

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1626

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Claiborne and Webster Parishes, Louisiana

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1611

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Clay and Wilkins Counties, Minnesota

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1653

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Clayton County, Georgia

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1688

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Columbia and Sullivan Counties, Pennsylvania

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1741

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Columbia, Suwannee, Hamilton and Lafayette Counties, Florida

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1680

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Cook County, Illinois with the exception of the City of Chicago

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1631

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Counties within the state of Mississippi

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1768

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Crow Wing, Morrison, and Todd Counties, Minnesota

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1655

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Curry, De Baca, Guadalupe, Harding, Quay and Roosevelt Counties, New Mexico

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1603

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Defiance, Fulton, Henry, Paulding, and Williams Counties, Ohio

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1664

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Delaware County, Pennsylvania

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1703

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1623

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Ector, Howard, Reeves, and Ward Counties, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1614

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Erie and Huron Counties, Ohio

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1665

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Essex County and the Village of Saranac Lake, New York

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R02-1640

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Essex, Lancaster, Northumberland, Richmond and Westmoreland Counties, Virginia

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1775

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Fisher, Haskell, Jones, Mitchell, Nolan, Shackelford, Stephens and Taylor Counties, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1620

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Franklin, Grand Isle, Chittenden and Addison Counties, Vermont

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R01-1633

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Franklin, Vance, Warren and Granville Counties, North Carolina

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1673

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Galveston County, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1616

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Grant County, Washington

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R10-1736

11/15/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Guadalupe and Comal Counties, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1617

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Hamilton and Marion Counties, Indiana

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1657

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, Marshall and Wetzel Counties, West Virginia

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1715

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Hancock, Henry, and Rush Counties, Indiana

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1656

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Hanover County, Virginia

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1750

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Harney County, Oregon

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R10-1779

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Haskell, Latimer, Le Flore and Pittsburg Counties, Oklahoma

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1764

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Henry, Des Moines, Louisa and Lee Counties, Iowa

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R07-1716

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Hillsdale and Jackson Counties, Michigan

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1627

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Hood River, Wasco, and Jefferson Counties, Oregon and Skamania and Klickitat Counties, Washington

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R10-1737

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Inyo and Mono Counties, California

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R09-1762

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Iredell County, North Carolina

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1780

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Jackson and Williamson Counties, Illinois

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1742

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Jefferson County, Alabama

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1685

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Jefferson, Jennings, and Scott Counties, Indiana

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1648

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Johnson, Lafayette, Ray, Chariton, Carroll, Pettis and Saline Counties, Missouri

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R07-1646

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Johnson, Lee, and Harnett Counties, North Carolina

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1679

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Kaufman County, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1773

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Kerr County, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1759

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Kittitas County, Washington

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R10-1769

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Lake County, Illinois

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1649

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Lane County, Oregon

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R10-1735

11/15/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Laramie County, Wyoming

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R08-1765

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Lee County, Florida

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1671

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Loudoun County, Virginia

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1751

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Lucas County, Ohio

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1658

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Madison, Greene, Shenandoah, Page and Warren Counties, Virginia

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1712

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Mahoning County, Ohio

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1628

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Marin County, California

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R09-1732

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Martin County, Florida

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1690

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Middlesex County and Hartford County, Connecticut excluding the City of New Britain, and the towns of Berlin, Enfield, Manchester, and Southington

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R01-1746

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1710

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Morehouse and West Carroll Parishes, Louisiana

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1609

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Multnomah County East of Portland Public School District including the Cities of East Portland, Gresham, Troutdale, Fairview, Wood Village and the Town of Corbett, Oregon

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R10-1739

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Nassau County, New York

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R02-1642

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Orleans Parish, Louisiana

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1606

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1702

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Racine County, Wisconsin

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1650

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Rapides Parish, Louisiana

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1612

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Robeson County, North Carolina

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1692

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Ross County, Ohio

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1630

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Rutherford, Williamson, Cheatham, Robertson, Sumner, Trousdale, Wilson and Cannon Counties, Tennessee

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1682

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Santa Clara County, California

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R09-1770

11/15/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Shawnee County, Kansas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R07-1718

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Smith County, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1621

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Snyder, Union and Mifflin Counties, Pennsylvania

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1763

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Spotsylvania County, Virginia

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1749

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — St. Clair County, Illinois

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1659

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — St. Louis County, Minnesota

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1651

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Starr and Zapata Counties, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1771

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — State of Alaska

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R10-1740

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Sumner County, Kansas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R07-1756

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Tarrant County, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1605

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Cities of Boynton Beach, Lake Worth, Jupiter, Pahokee, West Palm Beach, Riviera Beach, Belle Glade, Delray Beach, South Bay, Royal Palm Beach, and Boca Raton, Florida

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1670

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Cities of Century, Pensacola, Molina and Cantonment, Florida

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1678

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Cities of Cottageville and Estill, South Carolina

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1689

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Cities of Cuthbert, Shellman, Coleman and the towns of Benevolence, Springvale and Morris within Randolph County, Georgia

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1752

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Cities of Dale, Hilton Head Island, Beaufort, Pineland, Saint Helena Island and Jasper County, South Carolina

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1674

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Cities of East Point, Norcross, College Park, Union City, Atlanta, Chamblee, Douglasville, Lawrenceville, and Marietta, Georgia

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1687

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Cities of Georgiana, Evergreen, Troy, Ozark, Luverne, Elba, Enterprise, Greenville, Midland City, Brundidge, Union Springs and Monroeville, Alabama

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1691

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Cities of High Springs, Newberry, Archer, Hawthorne, Alachua and Gainesville, Florida

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1672

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Cities of Meriden, Wallingford, Southington and Berlin, Connecticut

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R01-1635

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Cities of Moneta, Goodview, Lynchburg, Madison Heights, Bedford, Amherst, Big Island, Huddleston and Goode, Virginia

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1706

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Cities of Monticello, Tallahassee and Apalachicola, Florida

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1668

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Cities of Niagara Falls, Newfane, North Tonawand and the Town of Lockport, New York

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R02-1638

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Cities of Pascagoula, Gautier, Vancleave, Moss Point, and Ocean Springs, Mississippi

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1676

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Cities of Rehoboth, Dothan, Webb, Cottonwood, and Ashford, Alabama

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1675

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Cities of Shelbyville, Brooks, Shepherdsville, New Castle, Taylorsville, Eminence, Louisville, Warsaw, Owenton, and Mt. Washington, Kentucky

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1669

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The City of Asheville, and Buncombe and Madison Counties, North Carolina

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1694

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The City of Binghamton, and the Villages of Johnson City and Port Dickinson, and the Towns of Conklin, Kirkwood and Binghamton in Broome County, New York

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R02-1747

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The City of Bridgeport, the towns of Stratford, Fairfield, Easton, Trumbull, and Monroe within Fairfield County, Connecticut

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R01-1767

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The City of Columbia, South Carolina

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1684

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The City of Daytona Beach, Florida

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1753

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The City of East Orange, New Jersey

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R02-1766

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The City of Hopewell, Virginia

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1707

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The City of Martinsville and Pittsylvania, Henry and Campbell Counties, Virginia

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1713

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The City of Nashville, Tennessee

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1667

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The City of Newark and Essex County, New Jersey

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R02-1644

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The City of St. Louis and St. Louis, St. Charles, Lincoln, Warren and Montgomery Counties, Missouri

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R07-1729

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The City of Winchester, and Clarke and Frederick Counties, Virginia

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1776

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Communities of Boulder, Erie, Jamestown, Lafayette, Louisville, Lyons, Nederland, Superior, Ward as well as unincorporated Boulder County, Colorado

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R08-1760

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Communities of Washington Heights and Inwood within Manhattan, New York

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R02-1748

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Neighborhoods of East Harlem and Washington Heights within Manhattan, and Bronx County, New York

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R02-1744

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Towns of Lynn, Saugus, Nahant, Swampscott, Marblehead and Lynnfield, Massachusetts

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R01-1632

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Union County, Indiana

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R05-1755

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Waldo County, Maine

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R01-1636

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Washington County, Oregon

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R10-1738

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Washington, District of Columbia

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R03-1705

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Washington, Lamoille and Orange Counties, Vermont

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R01-1634

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1758

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Wichita County, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1602

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Williamson and Burnet Counties, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1624

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Windsor County, Vermont

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R01-1745

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Woodbury County, Iowa

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R07-1720

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — Wyandotte County, Kansas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R07-1641

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee –The Cities of Hazard, Blackey, Hyden, Yerkes, Littcarr, Whitesburg, Jenkins, Stinnett, Emmalena, Wooton, Hindman, Topmost, Mayking and Yeaddiss, Kentucky

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R04-1700

11/12/2019

Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee –The City of Lubbock and Lubbock County, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1622

11/12/2019

 

 

 

Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Grantee

 

 

Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Grantee — Bledsoe, Cocke, Greene, Unicoi, Carter, Grainger, Hawkins, Hamblen, Jefferson, Rhea and Washington Counties, Tennessee

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CM-R12-1681

11/12/2019

Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Grantee — Cache, Box Elder, Weber, Davis, Utah and Juab Counties, Utah

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CM-R12-1728

11/12/2019

Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Grantee — Cochise, Maricopa, Pinal and Yuma Counties, Arizona

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CM-R12-1730

11/12/2019

Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Grantee — Lenawee, Monroe, Washtenaw Manistee, Benzie, Oceana, Mason, Ottawa, Kent, Muskegon, Van Buren, Cass, Berrien, Allegan, Montcalm, Grand Traverse and Leelanau Counties, Michigan

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CM-R12-1660

11/12/2019

Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Grantee — Yakima, Chelan, Douglas and Okanogan Counties, Washington

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CM-R12-1731

11/12/2019

 

 

 

Modified: Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee

 

 

Modified: Head Start and/or Early Head Start Grantee — The Cities of Baytown, Channelview, Crosby, Houston, Huffman, Humble, Pasadena, La Porte and Spring within Harris County, Texas

HHS-2020-ACF-OHS-CH-R06-1625 11/12/2019