This page provides information on funding opportunities from the Academy and other organizations, as well as links to key programs and agencies.
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This monthly funding announcement is a listing of current funding opportunities available from the AAP and other agencies on a variety of health topics and target populations. To receive this monthly funding alert, please e-mail the Division of Community-based Initiatives.
ADVOCACY TRAINING GRANTS
The 2017 Call for Proposals is now open.
Applications due Thursday, December 15, 2:00 PM CST
Timeline and Budget Template
CPTI supports 4 pediatric faculty-resident pairs annually to attend the AAP Legislative Conference in Washington, D. Following the conference, the faculty-resident pairs are required to implement an educational project in collaboration with their AAP chapter to strengthen the advocacy skills of their trainees. The AAP chapter will receive up to $1,000 in grant funds to support this advocacy project.
Current Grantees and Descriptions of their Projects
Community Access to Child Health Program (CATCH)
The CATCH Program is a national program of the American Academy of Pediatrics that increases children's access to medical homes or specific health services supporting pediatricians and communities who are involved in community-based efforts for children. The CATCH program offers a variety of funding opportunities for pediatricians.
Healthy Tomorrows Partnership for Children Program (HTPCP)
The Healthy Tomorrows Partnership for Children Program (HTPCP) is a cooperative agreement between the federal Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). The cooperative agreement is funded by MCHB. Federal grants of up to $50,000 per year for 5 years are awarded annually through the program to support community-based child health projects that improve the health status of mothers, infants, children, and adolescents by increasing their access to health services.
Leonard P. Rome CATCH Visiting Professorship
The Community Pediatrics Training Initiative (CPTI) partners with The Community Access to Child Health (CATCH) Program to offer the Leonard P. Rome CATCH Visiting Professorship Program. The purpose of the Leonard P. Rome CATCH Visiting Professorships Program is to promote advocacy for children and advance the field of community pediatrics. The program provides 4 accredited pediatric residency programs up to $4,500 each to fund a 2- or 3-day educational program focusing on the field of community pediatrics.
Opportunities to Eliminate Exposure to Tobacco and Secondhand Smoke
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Julius B. Richmond Center of Excellence is committed to helping pediatricians, other child health advocates, and researchers gain the knowledge and means to protect children from tobacco and secondhand smoke.
MORE GRANT RESOURCES
The Grantsmanship Center
The Granstmanship Center has a state map that allows you to search for grantmaking foundations and community foundations in your state. Search results provide direct links to foundation Web sites.
The Foundation Center
This site has a variety of resources and training opportunities for grantseekers that are available for purchase. By clicking on "Newsletter" at the top of the Web page you can subscribe to a FREE Email newsletter called the "RPF Bulletin." You will receive a weekly electronic listing of current funding opportunities.
This is a single, comprehensive Web site that contains information about finding and applying for all federal grant programs. By selecting "Find Grant Opportunities" you can search for opportunities by keyword search (basic search) or you can "browse by agency" such as the Department of Health and Human Services.