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At the Pacific Region Training & Technical Assistance, we help organizations serving Native communities in the Pacific to develop and to find grant funding for their community-based projects.
The 2018 ANA Funding Opportunity Announcements are now published and live!
Now’s the time to apply for a grant for your community! The Administration for Native American’s FOAs are finally here to spell out exactly what’s required of you for an ANA grant in 2018. Download yours today to get started on your application; grant applications are due on April 9, 2018. We are standing by with free technical assistance to help you along the way. Click here to download a FOA for the grant you’d like to apply for.
BECOME A PANEL REVIEWER
Each year, ANA convenes panels of experts to objectively analyze and score eligible grant applications. These scores are used to rank eligible applications which help ANA decide which eligible tribes or native organizations will receive funds. Being a panel reviewer is an integral part of ANA’s funding process and affords participants the opportunity to have a significant impact in native communities.
We offer free training workshops throughout the Pacific and webinars online to help you learn how to better serve your Native community and apply for ANA grants.
No matter how complicated your question may be, our office staff is standing by to offer you free one-on-one technical assistance as you develop your community-based project.
The ANA Resource Library includes all of the materials we use at trainings, past webinars from all four regional TTA offices, and much more to help you develop your project.
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