NOTE: All grant proposals that are submitted by schools and Central Offices must follow the AACPS Grant Approval Process. This includes the submission of a signed Intent to Apply Form prior to submission of the grant proposal to the funder.
The Walton Family Foundation requests applications for the Public Charter Startup Grant Program. The program supports the creation of public charters by providing grants to school developers as they launch new schools.
School developers who primarily serve low-income children and can demonstrate the capacity to dramatically raise student achievement.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration seeks to provide high quality science, technology, engineering, and mathematics professional development opportunities for formal and informal educators capitalizing on NASA's unique assets and capabilities.
Target solicits applications for its Early Childhood Reading Grants Program. Funds support programs that foster a love of reading and encourage young children, preschool through third grade, to read together with their families.
The program seeks to support organizations that engage children in inquiry-based projects in science, technology, engineering, and math fields that use innovation, bio-mimicry/nature-based design, or new uses for technology to address environmental problems in their communities.
ADMET seeks entrants for its 25th Anniversay Giveaway. The giveaway seeks to provide an in-kind equipment donation to help educators to instruct and democtrate engineering concepts in a classroom setting.
U.S. high schools, vocational schools, colleges, and universities.
An eX5M Manual Stress Testing System. (valued at $5,000)
The Fund issues project grants. Primary interests are early childhood education and development that is directly related to creativity and technology and communication projects that advance learning opportunities.
Reading grants are awarded to schools and others for programs such as weekend book clubs and after-school reading programs that foster a love of reading and encourage children, from birth through age 9, to read together with their families.
To support educators, Dr. C Moorer & Associates, Inc. will award (6-8) $500 mini grants in 2014 to community-based organizations, libraries or schools to help more students "From Failure to Promise" in Literacy, Math, Science, or Technology.
The MSAC's Artist-in-Residence(Air)program provides grants to Maryland schools that cover half the cost of a teaching artist residency in a particular school. The artists on this roster specialize in harnessing the arts as tools for learning, and are available to lead hands-on, intensive arts workshops in Maryland schools.
See eGrant.net for internet based grant application.
Covers half the cost of teaching artist residency.
Discovery Education and 3M seek entrants for the 2014 Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge. The challenge rewards students for their science acumen, demonstration of innovative thinking, and communication skills.
Fifth-through eighth grade students.
$25,000. Ten finanlists will receive a trip to the 3M Innovation Center in St. Paul, Minn. to compete at the final event in October.
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics prek-6
The NCTM solicits applications for the program of mathematics study and active professionalism grants for preK-6 teachers. The program seeks to provide financial support for teachers seeking to improve their understanding and appreciation of mathematics.
Individuals currently teaching mathematics for at least three years and teaching at least 50 percent of the time in classroom(s)at the preK-6 level.
Amazon Web Services seeks applications for its AWS in Education initiative. The initiative provides a set of programs that enable the academic community to easily leverage the benefits of Amazon Web Services for teaching andresearch.
Educators, academic researchers, and students worldwide.
In-kind donations of free usage credits to tap into the on-demand infrastructure of Amazon Web Services in order to teach advanced courses, tackle research endeavors, and explore new projects.
Support for children in the areas of health and wellness such as childhood disease research foundations, child safety organizations and organizations that serve children with special needs. Our goal is to provide grants to help many programs that are working hard to make the world a healthier and happier place for kids.
Are you an educator with a class project that is short on funding but long on potential? Do you know a teacher looking for grant dollars? ING Unsung Heroes® could help you turn great ideas into reality for students.
For more than 15 years, and with more than $4 million in awarded grants, ING Unsung Heroes has proven to be an A+ program with educators. The program’s “alumni” have inspired success in the classroom and impacted countless numbers of students.
Grants are given to K-12 educators utilizing new teaching methods and techniques that improve learning.
Each year, educators submit applications for an ING Unsung Heroes grant by describing projects they have initiated or would like to pursue. Each project is judged on its:
•Ability to positively influence the students
All K-12 education professionals are eligible. Specifically, these individuals must be:
•Employed by an accredited K-12 public or private school located in the United States
•Full-time educators, teachers, principals, paraprofessionals, or classified staff with effective projects that improve student earning
Each year, 100 educators are selected to receive $2,000 to help fund their innovative class projects. Three of those are chosen to receive the top awards of an additional $5,000, $10,000 and $25,000.
The Baseball Tomorrow Fund provides funding for incremental programming and facilities for youth baseball and softball programs, not for normal operating expenses or as a substitute for existing funding or fundraising activitites.
Tax-exempt organizations, such as municipalities and school districts; and 501(c)(3) organizations.
The Foundation for Bluegrass Music accepts applications for its Bluegrass in the Schools Mini-Grant program. The program provides support for educational in-school programs that present bluegrass music.
eGenio seeks applications for its Dreams Matching Grant Program. The program provides 1:1 matching grants for projects that advance technology and foster improved outcomes for all students in the school and community through the use of eGenio.
The NEA Foundation Institute for Innovation in Teaching and Learning is a structured learning experience that supports local unions and school district leaders' collaborative efforts to improve education.
Cognizant requests proposals for its 2013 Making the Future education initiative. The initiative seeks to inspire children with a passion for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics through afterschool programs.
Schools and nonprofit organizations.
Grants fund tools, materials, and instructor stipends for programs.
Earthwatch is looking for teachers who are adventures and innovative with an interest in natural and cultutral conservation, sustainability, and life long learning.
A K12 classroom educator
Passionate about teaching
Looking to learn more about environmental issues
Excited to collaborate with a team of teachers
Committed to engaging your students and school community
Interested in how scientific research is conducted
The Guitar Center provides support for music education. The center seeks to inspire creativity and personal expression, build self-esteem, and teach cooperation and team building from playing music together.
501(c)(3) organizations that support music education; and music educators.
Old National Bank provides Strategic Grants to support education, specifically:
* Youth and adult literacy/reading programs;
*Early childhood development programs;
*Academic achievement programs;
*Cultural education and diversity awareness;
*Tutoring and mentoring programs;and
*College preparation programs.
Nonprofit organizations located in or provide service to communities within ONB's footprint.
EPS' School Speciality's Literacy and Intervention Division solicts applications for the EPS RTI Grant Program. The program seeks to assist school districts in the development and improvement of their Response to Intervention programs.
Kids In Need Teacher Grants provide K-12 educators with funding to provide innovative learning opportunities for their students. The Kids In Need Foundation helps to engage students in the learning process by supporting our most creative and important educatioal resource - our nation's teachers.
All certified K-12 teachers in the U.S. are eligible.
Teacher Grant awards range from $100 to $500 each and are used to finance creative classroom projects.
The Amateur Radio Relay League Foundation offers grants to educators and youth for its Victor Clark Youth Incentive Program, which is intended to promote participation in amateur radio by youth ages 18 and younger.
High school radio clubs, youth groups, and general-interest radio clubs that sponsor youth groups.
The Mockingbird Foundation, an all-volunteer nonprofit organization created by fans of the Rock Bank Phish, annually provides competitive grants to U.S. nonprofit organizations and public schools for children's music education programs.
The foundation is interested in programs targeting children 18 years of age or younger, but will consider projects that benefit college students, teachers,instrumentation, vocalization, or improvisation. Also, encourages applications associated with diverse or unusual musical styles, genres, forms, and philosophies.
Grants ranging between $100 and $5,000 will be awarded to nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations, organizations with an eligible fiscal sponsor, and public schools.
The Alibris Collection Award is an annual grant of books to an academic, public, special, or K-12 library supporting specific collection development projects that advance the mission, priority areas, and goals of the selected library.
The Fender Music Foundation supports: (1) in-school music classes in which students make music; (2) afterschool music programs that are not run by the school; and (3) musica therapy programs in which the participants make music.
Public schools and 501(c)(3) organizations are eligible.
Most awards are in the form of instruments and equipment needed to use for the instruments. Average value ranges from $500 to $5,000.