Ohio Directories of Grant Resources

Federal Directories of Grant Resources

A-Z Guide of U.S. Government Departments and Agencies
Full list of Federal government agencies.

Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
Contains detailed program descriptions for 2,167 Federal assistance programs. The following chart shows the program distribution for the top five issuing agencies. Click here for regional agency contacts for agencies in the CFDA.

Grants.gov
Official site to get registered to apply for federal government grant programs.

Minority Resources, Money & More
Provided by the Office of Minority Health Resource Center's Information Services Team (2011). Includes federal grants, non-federal grants, resources, and a listing of events.

The Foundation Center
This is a one-stop-shop that serves as a directory for foundations and grant opportunities, grant funding trends, resources, and event listings.

Mental Health Resources

Education and Workforce Resources

Capacity Building

Resources for Health Programs:
The Department of Justice and the Office for Victims of Crime have recently released the Existe Ayuda (Help Exists) Tool-Kit, which provides service providers with culturally competent and bilingual resources for assisting Hispanic victims of sexual violence. The goal is to build the cultural competency of service providers while facilitating access to services for Hispanic individuals. This will serve as a great tool for those who are interested in starting Spanish-language programs, and for those who wish to expand their programs to meet the needs of Hispanic communities. The tool-kit includes power-point presentations, glossaries to help with translation, and other valuable tools.

By clicking here, you can access the tool-kit and increase your program's ability to raise awareness about sexual violence to Hispanic communities, while better serving those who require assistance.

Resources for Workforce and Economic  Development Programs:
Ohio Means Jobs 
 

Resources for Education Programs:
USCIS offers a free Civics and Citizenship Toolkit to community organizations that assist immigrants aspiring to become U.S. citizens. The toolkit provides educational materials that focus on both naturalization and civics. For a list of eligible organizations and to register for a Toolkit, CLICK HERE. Interested individuals or organizations that do not qualify to receive a free toolkit may purchase a copy from the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) Online Bookstore. For additional citizenship information and educational materials, be sure to visit the Citizenship Resource Center

Resources for Administrative Support:
GrantWatch.com: Letter of Inquiry (LOI)
Agenda Latina 2014 ( New Level Group):
  • Effective Governance
  • Board Development Tools & Resources
  • Managing Effective Board Meetings
  • Fundraising

Hispanic Chambers of Commerce


Northwest Ohio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Mission: The Northwest Ohio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's purpose is to enhance, educate, nurture, and network Hispanic business while preserving Latino Culture. Click here to view NOHCC's current members
Contact Information: 1-877-835-2734
10802 Waterville Street PO Box 2451
Whitehouse, Ohio 43571 


Latino Business League (Canton)

Mission: The Latino Business League, Inc. is a 501(c)(3)  nonprofit organization committed to promoting the advancement and development of the Latino Community by identifying, establishing, and supporting small business opportunities a well as facilitating cultural and educational exchanges with the community at large in Summit, Stark, and Tuscarawas counties.
Contact Information: Tel: (330) 754-2750, Email: alcarranca@lblinc.org 
408 Ninth Street SW - Suite 2260, Canton, OH 44707


Downtown Hispanic Chamber

Mission: To promote economic development through growth of Hispanic business and the Hispanic market. Click here to view the Dayton Hispanic Chambers' current members
Contact Information: Tel: (937) 610-2272, Email: director@daytonhispanicchamber.com
15 W. Fourth St., Suite 300, Dayton, OH 45402


Northeast Ohio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Mission: To promote and support the domestic and international economic development of Hispanic commerce and to serve as a liaison to the Hispanic market in Northeast Ohio. Click here to view NEOHCC's current members
Contact Information: Tel: (216) 281-4422, Email: info@neohcc.org
2511 Clark Ave, Cleveland, OH 44109

Northeast Ohio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Mission: The Mission of our organization is to promote the continued growth and development of the Hispanic/Latino business community in the Tri-State area. Click here to view the Cincinnati Hispanic Chambers' current members
Contact Information: Tel: (513) 979-6999, Email: office@hispanicchambercincinnati.com
2637 Erie Ave., Suite 206, Cincinnati, OH 45208
 

Hispanic Chamber of Columbus

Mission: To advocate, promote and facilitate the success of Hispanic Businesses in Central Ohio. Click here to view the Hispanic Chamber of Columbus' current members
Contact Information: Tel: (614) 221-1321

 

    CONTACT

Madeline Lanese​
Organizations Development Coordinator
Madeline.Lanese@ochla.state.oh.us
(614) 728-8345