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What are some grants for nonprofit organizations?

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As of 2015, grants available to qualifying nonprofit organizations include S16AS00003 for Not-for-profit AMD Reclamation, P15AS00175 for American Battlefield Protection Program Battlefield Preservation and P15AS00435 for Plant Propagation for NPS Southwest Exotic Plant Management Team. Three sources of grants for nonprofits are foundations, corporations, the federal government and state governments.

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Grants.Gov divides its nonprofit grants into two categories. The first category includes grants for nonprofits that have 501(c)(3) status with the IRS and are not institutions of higher learning, and the second category is for grants for those that do not possess this status. S16AS00003 for Not-for-profit AMD Reclamation is in the first category, and this grant provides aid to organizations seeking to improve water quality where waterways have experienced acid mine drainage. The grant specifically provides funds for construction projects to stop this pollution.

P15AS00175 for American Battlefield Protection Program Battlefield Preservation is also in the first category, and it aims at preserving historic battlefield land. Specifically, it does so by funding projects that both identify new battle sites and preserve them.

P15AS00435 for Plant Propagation for NPS Southwest Exotic Plant Management Team is in the second category. Through this grant, the National Park Service seeks to establish planting grounds for native plants in part by providing assistance to native tribes, young people and volunteers in planting new native plant beds. Recipients work in conjunction with the National Park Service and the Southwest Exotic Plant Management Team.

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