Southern Africa Youth Project has published the Call for Proposals for Reducing Inequality in United States closing date 05 May 2021
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- Eligible Country: United States
- Closing Date: 05 May 2021
- Categories of Organisations: All organisations
- Opportunity Type: Call for proposal
- Submit Application: Online
- Inviting Company/Donor: The William T. Grant Foundation
- Website for Application and information: Click Here
The William T. Grant Foundation has announced a call for proposals for the Research Grants on Reducing Inequality to build, test, or increase understanding of programs, policies, or practices to reduce inequality in the academic, social, behavioral, or economic outcomes of young people.
- Identify a specific inequality in youth outcomes, and show that the outcomes are currently unequal by engaging with the extant literature on the causes and consequences of inequality.
- Make a compelling case for the basis of inequality the study will address.
- Articulate how findings from your research will help build, test, or increase understanding of a specific program, policy, or practice to reduce the specific inequality that you have identified.
- Major research grants: Major research grants on reducing inequality typically range between $100,000 and $600,000 and cover two to three years of support.
- Officers’ research grants: Officers’ research grants on reducing inequality are a separate funding mechanism for smaller projects with budgets ranging from $5,000 to $50,000. Some are stand-alone projects; others build off larger projects. The budget should be appropriate for the activities proposed. Projects involving secondary data analysis are typically at the lower end of the budget range, whereas projects involving new data collection and sample recruitment can be at the higher end.
- Eligible Organizations: Grants are made to organizations, not individuals. Grants are limited, without exception, to tax-exempt organizations. A copy of the Internal Revenue Service tax-exempt status determination letter is required from each applying organization. They do not support or make contributions to building funds, fundraising drives, endowment funds, general operating budgets, or scholarships.
- Eligible Principal Investigators: Please consult with your institution about their eligibility criteria regarding who can act as Principal Investigator (PI) or Co-Principal Investigator on a grant.
|Post Date – 16-Mar-2021|
|Deadline Date – 05-May-2021|
|William T. Grant Foundation|
|$500,000 to $1 million|
Youth & Adolescents