Funded Grants

Over the past nearly 40 years, RJMA has secured over $500 million in approved grants from federal, state, and local governments as well as from many of the nation’s over 80,000 private and corporate foundations.

Given the keen competition for grants today, professionally prepared proposals and applications generally rise to the top in the review process.  Each such proposal or application must be complete, properly formatted, and compelling in every detail.  This process is far too complex to entrust to inexperienced grant writers.

Listed below are examples of recently funded grants secured by Robert J. Miller & Associates, Inc.

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Nicholson Foundation
                                                                           Implement the Cherokee Model of Integrating Behavioral Health into Primary Care (NJ Hospital)- $225,000

Texas Department of Education
21st Century Learning Centers (TX School District)- $960,584

Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation
Provide services for children with ADHD and their families (NY School District)- $159,683
Preparing Students with Learning Disabilities for Tomorrow (NY School District)- $82,954
Youth Mental Health First aid Program (NY School District)- $75,000
ILS Equipment  (NY School District)- $17,920

Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA)
Technical Assistance and Materials to Launch Program (NY School District)- $17,500
Technical Assistance and Materials to Launch Program (NY School District)- $17,500

U.S. Department of Education

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School Climate Transformation Grant (NY School District) $835,477
Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Grant (NY School District) – $982,453
Safe Schools/ Healthy Students (MI School District)- $5,839,672
Teaching American History (NJ School District)- $493,968
Teaching American History (MI School District)- $499,689
Teaching American History (MI School District)- $499,546
Teaching American History- $489,699
Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (NJ School District)- $98,866
Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (MA School District)- $99,997
Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (NJ School District)- $99,603
Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools(MA School District)- $99,709
Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (MI Consortium- 10 Districts)- $244,966
Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (MI Consortium-5 districts)- $569,638
Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (NY School District)- $98,745
Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (CT School District)- $90,250
Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (SC School District)- $209,222
Emergency Response and Crisis Management (MI School District)- $218,199
Emergency Response and Crisis Management (MI School District)- $201,036
Foreign Language Improvement Project (NY School District)- $267,785
Mentoring Program (NY School District)- $223,238
Mentoring Program (MI School District)- $201,450
Improving Literacy Through School Libraries (ME School District)-$232,062

Jacksonville Children’s Commission
                                                                                                                          Summer Program for Students in grades K-8 (FL Charter School)- $29,874

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services/Innovation Center
Community-Based Care Transitions Program (Coalition of MS providers) – $2,254,940

U.S. Department of Agriculture
Farm to School Planning Grant (MI School District)- $44,900
Farm to School Implementation Grant (MI School District)- $92,227
Telemedicine Equipment to Serve Rural Communities (MS Hospital)-$228,260

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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Medical Reserve Corp Demonstration Project (MS Hospital)- $96,000
Women’s Pavilion Construction (MS Hospital)- $761,000
Neonatal Intensive Care Center (MS Hospital)- $196,310
HIV Capacity Building (MS Hospital)- $149,818


Florida Department of Education

21st Century Community Learning Centers (FL Charter School)- $457,708
21st Century Community Learning Centers (FL Charter School)- $386,914
21st Century Community Learning Centers (FL Charter School)- $307,533
21st Century Community Learning Centers (FL Charter School)- $186,248
Expansion of 21st Century Community Learning Centers (FL Charter School)-$47,935

US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command
Picture Archiving System (MS Hospital)- $1,140,000

Michigan Department of Education
Child and Adolescent Health Center Planning (MI School District)- $60,000
Child and Adolescent Health Center Implementation (MI School District)- $525,000
Child and Adolescent Health Center Continuation (MI District)- $875,000
Community Service (MI School District)- $75,000
Community Service Continuation (MI School District)- $56,250
Child Implementation Center (MI Nonprofit Healthcare Provider)- $975,000

TD Charitable Foundation
Program to build social skills for adolescents with autism (NJ Hospital)- $22,000
Community-based balance screening program (NJ Hospital)- $21,241

U.S. Department of Justice/OJJDP
Mentoring for Youth with Disabilities- $299,850
Mentoring for Safe Schools/Healthy Students Grantees-$299,255

U.S. Department of Justice/ COPS Office
Secure Our Schools (MI School District)- $267,410
Secure Our Schools (MA School District)- $49,357
Secure Our Schools (MI District)- $188,512
Secure Our Schools (MI District)- $176,693
COPS Hiring Program (MI Police Department)-$250,000
COPS Hiring Program (MI Police Department)-$125,000

Mississippi Department of Health
Abstinence Program (MS Hospital)- $62,616
Nurse Training Grant (MS Hospital)- $1,951,138

Toyota Motor Manufacturing
Nutrition and Fitness Education (MS Hospital)- $13,000

Michigan Blue Cross and Blue Shield
Building Healthy Communities (MI School District)- $50,547
Building Healthy Communities (MI School District) -$50,000
Building Healthy Communities (MI School District)- $10,000

Substance Abuse And Mental Health Services Administration
Project AWARE Grant (NY School District)- $97,850
(SAMHSA)
Training in Mental Health Aid (NY Non-Profit Organization)- $232,228

Rohrer Foundation
Emergency Department Equipment (MS Hospital)- $500,000

First Book Foundation
Books for K-12 Students (NY School District)-$114,382
Books for K-12 Students (MI School District)-$61,746

KaBOOM!
Elementary School Playground Equipment (MI School District)-$15,000

Hillcrest Foundation
Capital Project (TX Charter School)- $75,000
Stae of the Art Furniture for Pathways to College Classroom (TX Charter School)- $50,000

Legacy Foundation
Rehabilitation Services (NY Non-Profit Organization)- $52,224

Hearst Foundation
Neonatal Intensive Care Center (Washington State hospital) – $50,000

Maine Department of Health and Human Services
After School Programs (ME School District)- $430,908

Maine Department of Education
Enhancing Education Through Technology (ME School District)- $95,000
College Transitions (ME School District)- $60,000

New York City Capital Grants
Computer equipment (NY Charter School) -$57,000

New York State Health Department
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Primary Care Initiative (NYS Hospital)- $190,000
Childhood Asthma (NYS Hospital)- $204,449
Underage Drinking Program (NYS Hospital)- $80,000
Drug Free Communities (NYS Hospital)- $100,000
UDP Competing Continuation (NYS Hospital)- $100,000
Heal New York (NYS Hospital)- $1,200,000
Prostate Cancer Program (NYS Hospital)- $100,000
Sickle Cell Anemia (NYS Hospital)- $300,000

New Jersey Office of Homeland Security & Preparedness
Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NJ Hospital)- $74,998

Appalachian Regional Commission
Emergency Telemedicine (NJ Hospital)- $85,165
Foundation for a Fit Future (MS Hospital)- $151,968
Foundation for a Fit Future (MS Hospital)-$100,394
Multi- County Telemedicine (MS Hospital)- $250,00
Inter-generational Cardiovascular Health Improvement Project (MS Hospital)- $49,454
Conduct a Planning Process Exploring the Use of Broadband Fiber-to-the-premises to Provide Telemedicine Services in North Mississippi (MS Hospital)- $60,000

New York State Department of Labor
Workforce Training (NYS Hospital)- $404,133
Health Workforce Retraining (NYS Hospital)- $1,550,000

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Mississippi
Healthworks (MS Hospital)- $300,000
Implementing School Health Counsels (MS Hospital)- $750,000

New Jersey Department of Education
Students with Disabilities (NJ School District)- $130,000
Charter Implementation Grant (NJ Charter School)- $174,765

American Cancer Society
Hispanic Breast Care (NYS Hospital)- $75,000

Ryan White Foundation
AIDS Planning Grant (MS Hospital)- $50,000

New York Department of Education
Full Day Universal Pre-K Initiative – $740,022
Learning Technology – $150,000
Math and Science Partnership- $497,000
Priority Full Day Pre-K and Expanded Half Day – $132,479
Management Efficiency – $146,361
Strengthening Teacher and Leader Effectiveness – $274,144
New Food Service Equipment – $18,730
Expanded Prekindergarten for Three- and Four-Year-Olds in High Need School Districts-$223,200
Program Development to Prepare Students with Disabilities to Exit School with Work Readiness Skills-
$350,005
Charter School Dissemination Grant- $500,000
Extended School Day/School Violence Prevention-$314,595
Prekindergarten for Three Year Old Students in High Need Districts- $583,859 per year
Food Service Equipment-$30,000

Fannie Rippel Foundation
Radiation/ Oncology (NJ Hospital)- $162,000

Beaumont Foundation
Maine’s Unique Culture and History (ME School District)- $61,900

Gates Foundation/ Mitchell Institute
Promising Futures/ Great Maine Schools Project (ME School District)- $400,000

New Jersey State Department of Health and Human Services
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Ryan White Part B (NJ Hospital)- $682,989
Ryan White Title I Grant (NJ Hospital)- $292,836
Ryan White Title II Grant (NJ Hospital)- $151,975
AIDS Early Intervention Program (NJ Hospital)- $310,000
Perinatal Addictions (NJ Hospital)- $74,600
Emergency Preparedness (NJ Hospital)- $225,000
HIV Screening (NJ Hospital)- $91,000
Ebola Readiness (NJ Hospital)-$26,000
HIV/AIDS Clinic (NJ Hospital)-$565,764
Community-based Falls Prevention Program (NJ Hospital)- $12,000


Dormitory Authority of the State of New York

Nonprofit Infrastructure Capital Investment Program (NY Non-Profit Organization)- $306,491

Johnson & Johnson Foundation
Diabetes Outreach (NJ Hospital)- $150,000

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