Grants and Opportunities

NCMM Opportunities

Issue-Focused Mobility Meetings. NCMM will support and facilitate in-community issue-focused mobility meetings in February 2020. The FAQs page will be updated as questions are submitted. This opportunity is now closed. More information on the meetings and selected communities can be found here

Outside Grant Opportunities

Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture Hispanic-Serving Institutions - Education Grants Program (USDA-NIFA-HSI-006951). Grant range is $50,000 - $1,000,000. The purpose of the HSI Education Grants Program is to encourage innovative teaching or education proposals with potential to impact and become models for other institutions that serve underrepresented students, at the regional or national level. Deadline January 30, 2020

Low or No Emission Grant Program - The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announced the opportunity to apply for $130 million in competitive grants under the fiscal year (FY) 2020 Low or No Emission Grant Program (Low-No Program) (Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance number: 20.526). As required by Federal public transportation law, funds will be awarded competitively for the purchase or lease of low or no emission vehicles that use advanced technologies for transit revenue operations, including related equipment or facilities. Projects may include costs incidental to the acquisition of buses or to the construction of facilities, such as the costs of related workforce development and training activities, and project administration expenses. FTA may award additional funding that is made available to the program prior to the announcement of project selections. Deadline March 17, 2020

Community Care Corps Request for Proposals: Innovative Local Models to Provide Non-Medical Assistance to Older Americans, Persons with Disabilities, and Family Caregivers. Community Care Corps seeks proposals for innovative local models in which volunteers assist family caregivers or directly help older adults or adults with disabilities with non-medical assistance in order to maintain their independence.Community Care Corps will award competitive grants between $30,000 and $250,000 to establish, enhance, or grow volunteer programs. A wide range of nonprofit entities, such as faith- and community-based organizations, institutions of higher education, and service organizations, as well as state, county, and local governments are encouraged to apply. Deadline April 3, 2020

CIGNA World of Difference Grant Program: Community Health Navigation Grant is offering a grant between $50,000-$150,000 with the goal of providing an opportunity for everyone to achieve the best possible health. All organizations are eligible to apply; applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

Active Grants

The Rides to Wellness Demonstration and Innovative Coordinated Access and Mobility Grants. The FTA awarded grants to 19 projects in 16 states to help connect people to much needed healthcare services through improved access to public transportation. Grantees are building partnerships among health, transportation, and other service providers to improve health outcomes and lower healthcare costs by ensuring individuals can access medical services.

NCMM's Community Mobility Design Challenge 2019 Planning Grants. These grants, with funding from the Federal Transit Administration, support communities seeking innovative ways to address the particular mobility challenges experienced by low-income community members for whom a lack of transportation is an obstacle to the pursuit of economic, health, and social well being.

NCMM Health Care Transportation Access “Ready-to-Launch” 2019 Implementation Grants. These grants, supported by the Federal Transit Administration, support communities in taking concrete steps toward implementing transportation solutions to address health care access.

Access and Mobility Partnership Grants. The FTA awarded grants to 37 projects in 37 states to help improve options for people with limited transportation choices and bridge the gap between service providers in the transportation and health sectors.