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Clowes Fund

Focus Areas:

Job training for special populations

Range:

$40,000

Geographic Focus:

New England and Indianapolis, IN

Funder Type:

Private

Eligibility:

Nonprofit organizations in Indianapolis, IN and/or New England.

Summary:

Introductory grants in the amount of $40,000 ($20,000 per year for two years) are being offered with a February 1 deadline for submission. Workforce Development is one of only two focus areas eligible for these Introductory grants for organizations based in Indianapolis, IN or New England. Learn More


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