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Joseph H. and Florence A. Roblee Foundation’s Grant Program – US

Joseph H. and Florence A. Roblee Foundation’s Grant Program – US


Deadline: 15-Feb-21

The Roblee Foundation, established in 1971, is based in St. Louis is accepting applications for grants in metropolitan St. Louis, Missouri, and Miami-Dade in Florida. However, grants may be made in other geographic areas of special interest to the Board.

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The Joseph H. and Florence A. Roblee Foundation is dedicated to promoting change by supporting organizations that improve quality of life and help individuals to fulfill their potential. The Foundation is grounded in a Judeo-Christian framework and values ecumenical endeavors. The Foundation particularly supports programs that work to break down cultural, racial, ethnic, religious, gender, and identity barriers.

Priorities

FAMILY SUPPORT ISSUES
To strengthen families through:
Parenting education.
Family support programs.
Advancing the rights of and encourage services for alternative-model families.
To empower women through:
Reproductive freedom.
Prevention of violence, abuse, and poverty.
Economic independence.
To support children and youth programs that:
Provide early childhood services.
Prevent and/or address:
Teen pregnancy.
Substance abuse.
Violence and abuse.
Improve the foster care system.
Protect and support LGBTQ youth.
Provide professional development for child care providers.
EDUCATION
To improve education through:
Supporting systemic change.
Teacher training & recruitment.
Elevating the status of teaching.
Addressing the achievement gap.
Assuring children enter elementary school ready to learn.
Developing the love of learning.
COMMUNITY
To support and promote community through:
Promoting understanding, cooperation, and respect between different cultures, ethnic/racial groups, religions, and sexual orientations.
Developing leadership and civic responsibility.
Supporting community initiatives.
Promoting access to healthy food and nutrition education.
Preventing human trafficking and providing support services for victims.
Criteria

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The Foundation accepts proposals for the following types of support:

Project and program funds. (They have traditionally emphasized programs that support advocacy, prevention, systemic improvements, but they will support treatment and crisis intervention when the approach is innovative or there is an unusual need.)
Capacity building and technical assistance.
Startup funds and planning grants.
Policy development and advocacy.
Scholarship programs.
Capital and endowment campaigns.
Application Procedures

First-time applicants to the foundation are required to call the foundation staff to explore the project’s funding potential.
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The Roblee Foundation has two funding cycles per year. Application deadlines for each cycle are:

February 15, 2021, at 11:59 pm central time. (Grants to be awarded in late June or early July).
Late July – specific date to be determined.
For more information, visit https://www.robleefoundation.org/application-process-1

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