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matching grant

Non-peer-reviewed funding in which a commercial enterprise, foundation, philanthropy or federal government contributes a sum of money that “matches” a financial contribution made by an institution, university or hospital.

matching grant

Academia Non-peer-reviewed funding in which a commercial enterprise, foundation, or philanthropy, federal government, contributes a sum of money that 'matches' a financial contribution made by an institution, university or hospital. See 'Approved but not funded. '.
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The three-member Higher Education Capital Matching Grant Program Board is appointed by the Governor, with one member appointed upon the recommendation of the Temporary President of the Senate and another upon the recommendation of the Speaker of the Assembly.
The subcomponent of the up-gradation provides up to Rs 1 million matching grants to SMEs for improving business productivity and efficiency.
The matching grant size is expected to be up to $50,000, with an additional supplement of $25,000-$50,000 in technical assistance.
Their earnest efforts are simultaneously rewarded through matching grants that are given out to the leading non-profits during the course of the India Tax Saving Challenge.
The REPG matching grant was available at a maximum of $100 000 per project.
The purpose of the State Affiliate Matching Grants is to provide assistance to MTNA-affiliated state associations for professional and educational development of their state membership, along with the creation of innovative programs that will promote and enhance music and the development of music technology throughout the state, and to enhance and strengthen MTNA membership alliances in state associations.
The matching grants, up to $5,000 each, are available to the more than 450 local distributors of Heineken products across the country.
The four Canadian churches received a total of $6 million in matching grants from the Canadian International Development Agency, on top of donations that they raised.
The first provides matching grants, to a maximum of $2,500 (Canadian) yearly, to the affiliates who earn the highest cash value through UBC recycling.
The federal government is providing matching grants to organizations approved by the Canadian International Development Agency.
Grove's $5 million program of matching grants will apply to contributions made to individual UCSF researchers, or directly to the new fund, according to the university.