Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention Grant

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Center for Prevention Programs and Partnerships (CP3) provides funding for communities to expand their prevention and intervention activities or address gaps in current prevention capabilities.

For more information, visit or connect with JR Masztalics, Regional Prevention Coordinator, at (313) 720-6087 or

Neighborhood Empowerment Pathways

Neighborhood Empowerment Pathways is a three-year, $3 million partnership with Cummins, Inc. and the City of Indianapolis led by The Indianapolis Foundation to sustain grassroots not-for-profits that are closest to the community’s assets and challenges and uniquely positioned through their proximity to supply solutions and seize opportunities.

For more information, visit

Youth Worker Well-Being

The Youth Worker Well-Being Project will hold informational meetings and grant readiness webinars for youth-serving organizations interested in applying for funding to pilot and/or implement customized strategies that improve two focus areas: 

  • Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging 
  • Trauma-informed workplaces within organizations 
Register to join the upcoming sessions and learn more about the grant opportunities, including eligibility guidelines, application process, and timelines.