Here are notable new grant awards compiled by The Chronicle:
National Christian Foundation
A 217-acre former school campus in Northfield, Mass., to Thomas Aquinas College, which will use the facility to open a new branch. The college will share the property with the Moody Center, a new nonprofit that will promote the ideals of the 19th-century evangelist D.L. Moody.
The property includes dormitories, classrooms, a library, a science hall, an auditorium, a music building, a gym, and a chapel. The foundation also gave the Moody Center a $5-million matching grant.
Jim Joseph Foundation
$8 million to Onward Israel to expand its programs, which provide young adults with internship and volunteer experiences in Israel.
Sherman Fairchild Foundation
$4 million over four years to Lincoln Center Education to support its programs for families and students in New York City.
$1.99 million over five years to the University of Arizona to support projects that will provide cancer care to Latinos and underserved communities in the state.
$1.4 million to 23 nonprofits working to fight HIV/AIDS in the southern United States by addressing social and economic disparities that affect people living with the disease.
New grant opportunity:
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation announced the Knight Community Information Lab, an 18-month process for community and place-based foundations to learn about applying human-centered design in their communities. Applications will be accepted through March 24. An informational webinar will be held March 1.
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