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OUR FEATURED GRANTS

Science & Math Education Grants from Toshiba America Foundation


The mission of Toshiba America Foundation is to promote quality science and mathematics education in U.S. schools. Grants are made for programs and activities that improve teaching and learning in science and mathematics, grades K-12. The Foundation focuses its grant making on inquiry-based projects designed by individual teachers, and small teams of teachers, for use in their own classrooms. Summer projects or after school programs cannot be considered. Salaries, facility maintenance, textbooks, video production, audio-visual equipment (e.g. electronic white boards, Smartboards, document projectors, student response systems) and education research will not be funded. No grants are available for computer hardware.

   

States:

 

All States

Average Amount:

 

$1,000.00

Address:

 

1251 Avenue of the Americas, 41st Floor, New York, NY 10020-4110

Telephone:

 

212-596-0620

Email:

 

[email protected]

Website:

 

click here

Eligibility:

 

Public School, Private School, Other

Program Funded:

 

General Education, Math, Science/Environmental, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math), Technology

Deadline to Apply:

 

10/1/2018

 


 

Reading is the Way Up Grant

 


Reading is the Way Up Literacy Grant from City National Bank . Reading is The way up is a multifaceted program that supports K-12 literacy education. Through this program, City National invests in: School libraries with gifts of books; K-12 schools with grants to enhance literacy efforts; and Colleagues with paid time off to read to students during the workday (up to 3 hours per month). CNB also coordinates in-school author meet and greets and supports creative partnership that inspire children to read no matter where they are. Funding is also available for innovative programs that assist blind or visually impaired students to read. Grants may be used to purchase books, videos, CDs, DVDs, computer software and hardware, and any other educational resources to be owned, used and distributed to a K-12 school

   

States:

 

California, Georgia, Minnesota, Nevada, New York, Tennessee

Average Amount:

 

$500.00

Address:

 

555 South Flower Street Los Angeles, CA 90071

Email:

 

[email protected]

Website:

 

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Eligibility:

 

Public School

Program Funded:

 

After-School, Disabilities, Library, Reading, Technology

Deadline to Apply:

 

10/1 - 11/30/2018

 

 


 

Clif Bar Family Foundation Grant

 

 


Small Grants are awarded for general organizational support as well as funding for specific projects. Funding priorities include protecting the Earth's beauty and bounty, creating robust and healthy food systems, increase opportunities for outdoor activity, reducing environmental hazards, and building stronger communities.

   

States:

 

All States

Average Amount:

 

$7,000.00

Address:

 

1451 66th Street, Emeryville, CA 94608-1004

Telephone:

 

510-596-6383

Email:

 

[email protected]

Website:

 

click here

Eligibility:

 

Public School, Private School, Other

Program Funded:

 

After-School, At-Risk/Character, General Education, Science/Environmental

Deadline to Apply:

 

Feb 1, June 1 and Oct 1

Deadline Comments:

 

Open to all organizations

 


 

MAXIMUS Charitable Foundation Grant 

 


The MAXIMUS Charitable Foundation is committed to creating opportunities for young people through youth-oriented programs. We collaborate with organizations and charities in the United States that share our commitment in helping the disadvantaged achieve self-sufficiency and personal growth.

   

States:

 

All States

Average Amount:

 

$2,500.00 - $5,000.00

Telephone:

 

888-267-0988

Email:

 

[email protected]

Website:

 

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Eligibility:

 

Public School, Other

Program Funded:

 

After-School, At-Risk/Character, Community Involvement/Volunteerism, General Education, Math, Reading, Safe/Drug Free Schools, Science/Environmental, Social Studies, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math), Technology, Vocational

Deadline to Apply:

 

1/31/2018

Deadline Comments:

 

January 31 and August 31

 

 


 

RBC After School Grants Project Educational Grant 

 

The RBC After-School Grants Project offers funding to programs that provide a range of structured, supervised activities for K-12 students in the critical hours after the school day ends. The After-School Grants Project focuses on programs that: Improve academic achievement of students; Increase students’ self-esteem through skill development activities rather than free play time; Reinforce basic social skills such as cooperation, team-building and conflict resolution to help youth begin to develop workplace competencies; Focus on activities such as mentoring, tutoring, literacy education, music and art lessons, computer instruction and homework help; Encourage and develop partnerships between home, schools and the community; Are financially accessible with no or very low participation fees; Provide a safe environment; and Assist at-risk or underserved communities. The deadlines for this grant are for organizations outside the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area.

   

States:

 

All States, Minnesota

Telephone:

 

612-371-2936

Email:

 

[email protected]

Website:

 

click here

Eligibility:

 

Public School, Other

Program Funded:

 

After-School, Arts, At-Risk/Character, Community Involvement/Volunteerism, Early Childhood, General Education, Health/PE, Library, Math, Reading, Science/Environmental, Social Studies, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)

Deadline to Apply:

 

2/28/2018

Deadline Comments:

 

February 28 and July 14

 

 

 


Ezra Jack Keats Foundation Mini-Grants 

 

Established by children's book author and illustrator Ezra Jack Keats, the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation is accepting applications from public schools and public libraries anywhere in the United States and its territories for program or event mini-grants of up to $500. The mini-grants program is intended to support projects that foster creative expression, collaboration, and interaction with a diverse community. The funding program provides an opportunity for educators, whose efforts are often inadequately funded or recognized, to create special activities outside the standard curriculum and make time to encourage their students.

   

States:

 

All States

Average Amount:

 

$500.00

Address:

 

450 14th Street Brooklyn, NY 11215-5702

Email:

 

[email protected]

Website:

 

click here

Eligibility:

 

Public School, Other

Program Funded:

 

After-School, General Education, Library, Reading

Deadline to Apply:

 

3/31/2018

 

 

 

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