Limited Submission Programs (LSPs) to Act on Now

Limited Submission Programs (LSPs) to Act on Now

Look on the Limited Submission Programs overview page for more information about the UNH process for selection of applicants to LSPs and special considerations when applying to foundations and other not-for-profit sponsors.

Considering a proposal to a foundation or other not-for profit?   Start here: Foundations - Special Considerations


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For any of the programs shown in the tables below, send an email to the contact provided to get more information or to indicate your interest in applying.

Opportunities with Submission Deadlines ----
          Federal Sponsors & Selected Not-for-Profit Sponsors

New Hamphire Charitable Foundation  Updated in yellow starburst  

Ongoing Opportunities ---- Selected Not-for-Profit Sponsors

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Opportunities with Submission Deadlines --
Federal Sponsors & Selected Not-for-Profit Sponsors

 

As of  4/29/16

 
 
Deadline
 
Sponsor                              
 
  Program                                
Number
of
Proposals
Allowed
Number
of Proposals
Available
Indicate
Interest
ASAP or
by date
indicated
Anytime
 
National Science Foundation (NSF)
1 per year
1
5/4/16
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Varies
n/a
5/5/16
 
William T. Grant Foundation
Varies n/a
5/10/16
 
Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
1
0
Appicant has been selected
 
5/16/16
 
 
National Science Foundation (NSF)
1 each constituent school or college that awards degrees in an eligible field
(as lead or partner)
Proposals planned by:

COLSA
Contact
Kim Babbitt

UNHM
Contact Mihaela Sabin
 
CEPS
Contact
Ruth Varner
or
Julie Bryce
5/20/16
Yellow NEW flag
U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)
Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE)
Industrial Assessment Centers
1 as lead
 
No limit as partner
1
Contact
Mark Milutinovich
ASAP
5/25/16
 
National Science Foundation (NSF)
1
UNH currently has an active I-Corps Sites award
5/31/16
 
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Varies
n/a
6/1/16
Concept
Paper
 
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Varies
n/a
6/15/16
 
Russell Sage Foundation
Varies
n/a
6/22/16
 
National Institutes of Health (NIH) 1 as lead or partner 1
7/1/16
 
American Diabetes Association
1 nomination
0
7/1/16
Prelim Proposal
National Science Foundation (NSF)
1 as lead
1
7/6/16
LOI
Yellow NEW flag
William T. Grant Foundation
1 per college
Individual from COLA has expressed interest
Contact
Kathy
Cataneo

by May 6
 
7/15/16
 
IEEE Foundation
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Varies
n/a
7/15/16
 
RBC Foundation - USA
Varies
n/a
7/20/16
 
Tufts Health Plan Foundation
Varies
n/a
7/29/16
 
National Science Foundation (NSF)
Multiple submissions (including submissions to the CMI program)
must be distinct.
The program seeks to diversify numbers of PI, gender, geography, etc. in each competition,
so it is unlikely that multiple awards to a single PI or institution would be made.
Varies

New Hampshire Charitable Foundation     
 

All PIs must contact Diane Schaefer to coordinate UNH submissions to NHCF

Community Impacts Grants Program:  
http://www.nhcf.org/page.aspx?pid=606

> Project Grants: $5,000 - $20,000 (community-based) or $25,000 (statewide)

    Proposals must align with one of NHCF's strategic priorities:

  • improving early childhood outcomes
  • preparing a STEM workforce
  • preventing youth substance use
  • creating healthy Manchester neighborhoods

A limited number of concept papers/proposals from UNH will be accepted. 

Deadline:  Concept paper due 8/19/16


> Express Grants

Proposals from UNH will not be accepted.
Contact Diane Schaefer for more information.

 

Entrepreneurs Foundation of NH AMP NH Grant Program:
http://www.nhcf.org/page.aspx?pid=1088

For New Hampshire-based projects solving pressing problems and critical issues facing the state that will have amplified benefit with measurable results.

Deadline: 3/25/16
 


Neil & Louise Tillotson Fund:
http://www.nhcf.org/page.aspx?pid=667

Grants for economic development, conservation and sustainable forestry, basic needs and community safety net services in Coos County and bordering communities

Deadlines:  1/15/16 and 7/15/16

Ongoing Opportunities ------   
Selected Not-for-profit Sponsors

Contact Diane Schaefer for more information about approaching these sponsors

 Availability Sponsor                                               Program
 
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Grants in the following program areas:  STEM Research, STEM Higher Education, Public Understanding of Science, Technology & Economics, Digital Information Technology, Economics, and Energy and the Environment.    
 

 

Energy Foundation
Grants made according to initiatives in the electric power, buildings, transportation, and climate sectors
Visit EF program pages for type of work supported in each area.   
 
http://www.ef.org/for-grantseekers/
LOI accepted at any time

 

Hannaford Charitable Foundation
Healthy Communities:
Food - safe, stable access to healthy foods
Education - preparing individuals to succeed in education and workplace readiness;
Heath - programs focusing on promoting healthy lifestyles and improved care

 

Northrup Grumman
Corporate Contributions Program: The company focuses  on programs which address education, services for veterans and the military, health and human services, as well as the environment.

http://www.northropgrumman.com/CorporateResponsibility/CorporateCitizenship/Philanthropy/Pages/ContributionGuidelines.aspx
Proposals accepted Feb. 1 through June 30, 2016

 
Robert Woods Johnson Foundation
Evidence for Action: Investigator-Initiated Research to Build a Culture of Health: Support for creative, rigorous research on the impact of innovative programs, policies and partnerships on health and well-being, and on novel approaches to measuring health determinants and outcomes
 

 
Simons Foundation
Targeted Grants in Mathematics and Physical Sciences:  Support for high-risk projects of exceptional promise and scientific importance
 
Surdna Foundation
Grants to foster sustainable communities in the United States - communities guided by principles of social justice and distinguished by healthy environments, strong local economies and thriving cultures.
The Foundation seeks to dismantle the structural barriers that limit opportunity for many, helping to create communities that are prosperous, culturally enriching, and sustainable.
 
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