Mike Radice

GRANTS, FUNDING PROPOSALS

Since 1986, I have written over $3,500,000 in successful grants for projects including building renovations and new choreography.  Below is a sample of the 100+ applications I have submitted.

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​​2014-15
Bill Hannon Foundation. $50,000 for scholarships to Saint Joseph High School, Lakewood, CA
​Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation, $33,000 for scholarships to Saint Joseph High School, Lakewood, CA
Grawberg/Fitzgerald Foundation. $5,000 for scholarships to Saint Joseph High School, Lakewood, CA
​Boeing. $5,200 for funds for a robotics program for Saint Joseph High School.

2009-13 -- Michael Gordon Foundation, $15,000/yr for scholarships for students at Mother Cabrini High School.

2012-13 -- Koch Foundation, $11,500, for out-of-state experiential trips for Mother Cabrini High School students.
2012 -- Cabrini Mission Foundation, $10,000, for a Community Health Fair at Mother Cabrini High School.
2012 -- Stephen A. and Alexandra Cohen Foundation, $50,000 for student aid at Mother Cabrini High School.

2011 -- Stephen A. and Alexandra Cohen Foundation, $100,000 for new science labs at Mother Cabrini High School.


2010 -- Missionary Sisters, $1,000,000, for capital improvements to Mother Cabrini High School.

2009 -- United States Department of Justice, $80,000, for student health programs at Mother Cabrini High School.
2009 -- Our Sunday Visitor Institute, $5,000, to expand music education at St. Michael’s Academy.
2005 -- Lincoln Foundation, $15,000 for upgrading history education programs at the Connecticut Landmarks Society.​
2003 -- National Humanities Council, $150,000 for a teacher symposium at the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center, Hartford, CT.

2002 -- Hartford Foundation, $10,000 for the Paths to Change program, a two-museum collaboration.

2000-02 -- Cleveland Foundation, $120,000 for capacity building for Lyric Opera Cleveland.
1990 -- Ohio Dept. of Education, $20,000 annually to fund kindergarten at Murton’s Child Development Center, Cleveland, OH.
1986-87 -- Ohio Department of Education, $70,000 to operate a talented and gifted program at The University of Toledo.