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Find Funding Opportunities at HUD

HUD publishes a comprehensive listing of funds it has available in what is called the SuperNOFA. This document lists all the programs that HUD funds through a competitive grant process.

One thing to be aware of: The large majority of HUD's funding is distributed in what are called "formula grants," which are not available in the SuperNOFA. Formula grants are administered by state and local administrations. To find out how you can get connected to HUD funding opportunities in your community, contact your nearest HUD field office.

Find Funding Opportunities in Other Federal Agencies

There are eleven Centers for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. Besides the HUD Center, the others are located at the Departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Education, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, Justice, Labor, Veterans Affairs, the Agency for International Development, and the Small Business Administration. Each Center is dedicated to helping faith- and community-based organizations serve their respective public missions.

View funding opportunities in all of the agencies by topic.

Find Funding Opportunities in Philanthropic Foundations

America's philanthropy is unmatched in the world. There exist numerous opportunities throughout America's many foundations to secure grants for your mission. Search The Foundation Center's listing of grant makers ranging from foundations to corporations to public charities to community foundations.

Find Donors for Your Organization

The following sites make it possible for individuals to make charitable donations to your organization, provided you are a registered nonprofit (for information on becoming a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, visit the IRS website):

 -   Network for Good
 -   JustGive.org
 
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