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1995
Catalog

of Federal
+ Domestic
Assistance

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CATALOG OF FEDERAL DOMESTIC ASSISTANCE

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The 1995 edition is sold on a subscription basis by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing
Office, Washington, DC 20402. It consists of the basic manual and change as issued for one year. The order for the
Catalog must be accompanied by a check or money order make payable to the Superintendent of Documents.
Although the Catalog is published by the Office of Management and Budget and the General Services
Administration, subscriptions for the Catalog are only available through the Government Printing Office (see
Subscription Form in back of Catalog).

Service adjustments: For change of address, non-receipt, or discrepancies, send full details with latest mailing label to the address in the upper left corner of label.

Catalog Highlights

The Basic 1995 Catalog contains 1,390 assistance programs administered by 53 Federal agencies. As a potential applicant, always contact the agency information sources in the program descriptions for the latest information concerning assistance programs. COMMUNITY LEARNING

Program set up to provide grants on a competitive basis to local educaCENTER

tional agencies or community-based organizations to improve the overall social and academic development of at-risk children in communities which experience significant violent crime and poverty; also, program to support rural and inner city public elementary and secondary schools or consortia of such schools to plan, implement, or to expand projects that benefit educational, health, social service, cultural and recreational needs of their community (84.285, Family and Community Endeavor Schools Grant Program; 84.287, 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program).

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Program set up to encourage elementary and secondary school teachers,

and community-based agencies to create, develop, and offer servicelearning opportunities for school-age youth. Program to support highquality service-learning programs that engage students in meeting community needs with demonstrable results, while enhancing students' academic and civic learning. Planning and program development grants that encourage private sector support for AmeriCorps programs, support reasonable accommodation needs of individuals with disabilities to ensure the participation of AmeriCorps members, and support recovery efforts after natural disasters (94.004, Learn and Serve America-School and Community Based Programs; 94.005, Learn and Serve America-Higher Education; and, 94.007, Planning and Program Development Grants).

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