Funding Alert: Education


ACCESS GROUP CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND POLICY ANALYSIS

The Center conducts research and provides grants that address some of the most critical issues facing legal education today, including access to legal education for students from diverse backgrounds; the affordability and financing options for students pursuing legal education, and the value and relevance of legal education. The Centerís primary activities include strategic research and policy analysis, actionable data, and outcome-driven grantmaking. [More...]

AIRBORNE TEACHER TRUST FUND

The Fund provides support to elementary and middle school teachers from public and private schools for art and music programs in danger of being cut due to budget limitations. Teachers and their schools may apply for grants from $200 to $10000 to be used to implement their programs. [More...]

ALTERNATIVES RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to fund and promote the development, validation, and adoption of non-animal methods in biomedical research, product testing, and education. The Foundationís Alternatives Research Grant Program funds significant research projects in three targeted areas: education, testing, and basic research. [More...]

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE

The Associationís Early Career Award for Public Engagement with Science recognizes early-career scientists and engineers who demonstrate excellence in contributing to public engagement with science activities. The Award defines public engagement activities as the individualís active participation in efforts to engage with the public on science- and technology-related issues and promote meaningful dialogue between science and society. [More...]

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL LIBRARIANS

An annual program of the Association, sponsored by Follett Library Resources, the National School Library Program of the Year award honors school library programs that practice their commitment to meeting the needs of the changing school and library environment. The Award recognizes school library programs that ensure that the students and staff are effective users of ideas and information and empower learners to be critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers, and ethical users of information. [More...]

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY

The Societyís ACS Award for Encouraging Women into Careers in the Chemical Sciences recognizes significant accomplishments by individuals who have stimulated or fostered the interest of women in chemistry, promoting their professional developments as chemists or chemical engineers. The award consists of $5,000 and a certificate. [More...]

AMERICAN COLLEGE OF BANKRUPTCY

The College awards funding for existing bankruptcy or consumer debtor programs, programs in development, and research projects to improve the delivery of pro bono bankruptcy services. Funding is also awarded to support organizations for broad educational purposes. [More...]

AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PSYCHIATRISTS

The Organizationís Award for Creativity in Psychiatric Education recognizes a teaching program that demonstrates innovation in psychiatric education. The Award consists of a grant and a certificate. [More...]

AMERICAN FLORAL ENDOWMENT

The Endowment is the philanthropic arm of the flower industry. The Endowment supports educational programs focused on attracting young people to the industry and educational endeavors to identify and solve industry needs and/or challenges. [More...]

AMERICAN HONDA FOUNDATION

Established in 1984 in conjunction with American Hondaís 25th anniversary in the United States, the Foundation supports projects nationwide in the areas of youth and scientific education, including the physical and life sciences, mathematics, and the environmental sciences. Grants are provided to K-12 schools, accredited higher education institutions, community colleges and vocational trade schools. [More...]

AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION

The Associationís Beyond Words: The Dollar General School Library Relief Fund supports public school libraries in the communities served by Dollar General. The Fund provides grants of $5,000 to $15,000 to preK-12 public schools whose school library programs have been affected by a natural disaster, fire, or an act of terrorism. [More...]

AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the mental health Association. Its Pre-College grant program is seeking proposals for programs that support the science and application of psychological science among talented high school students. [More...]

ARNOLD P. GOLD FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to perpetuate the tradition of the caring doctor by emphasizing the importance of the relationship between the practitioner and the patient. The Foundation provides financial support for programs and projects that encourage compassionate and relationship-centered healthcare. [More...]

ARTHUR VINING DAVIS FOUNDATIONS

The Foundations support innovative professional development programs that strengthen teachers in grades 9-12 and their teaching. Special consideration will be given to projects in their early stages that address the concerns and problems of secondary education on a national level. [More...]

ARVINMERITOR

The Company is a major automotive supplier. Its charitable giving focuses on education and the communities in which its employees live and work. [More...]

ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

The Associationís Bringing Theory into Practice Project, accepts proposals from colleges and universities in the United States for projects aimed at promoting the nexus of engaged learning, civic engagement, and psychosocial well-being among college and university students. The Project awards two grants: seminar grants and program development grants. [More...]

ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY RADIOLOGISTS RESEARCH AND EDUCATION FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Association, which encourages excellence in radiological laboratory and clinical investigation; teaching and clinical practice; simulating an interest in academic radiology as a medical career; advancing radiology as a medical science; and representing academic radiology at a national level. The Foundationís Ethics and Professionalism in Radiology Project grants are designed to improve patient care and safety, as well as promote social responsibility in medical care and practice. [More...]

BAILEY FAMILY FOUNDATION

The foundation's primary goal is to expand the availability and enhance the quality of postsecondary education. The foundation also conducts research directed toward improving the state of higher education and administers a scholarship program for high school seniors and college students. [More...]

BAY AND PAUL FOUNDATIONS

The Foundationís primary funding focus is precollegiate school reform. Topics of interest include programs that empower students by promoting the practice of democracy in US schools; encouraging an ethic of environmental stewardship; integrating academic coursework with meaningful community service; and strengthening the developmentally critical role of the arts. [More...]

BRAITMAYER FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports innovative programs that improve the quality of pre-collegiate education. Grants are awarded to teacher education programs as well as K-12 schools. [More...]

BUBEL/AIKEN FOUNDATION

The Foundation, created by American Idol contestant, Clay Aiken, focuses on programs that help bridge the gap that exists between young people with special needs and the world around them. The Foundation also supports communities as they create environments of full inclusion where opportunities exist, barriers break, and doors open. [More...]

BUTLER-COOLEY EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARDS PROGRAM

Established in 2004, the Program is funded by a five-year grant from the John William Butler Foundation, Inc. It is named in honor of Leslie Bender Butler and Cindy Butler Cooley, who have collectively spent more than 50 years as active teachers, shaping and influencing the lives of children in their communities. [More...]

CALVIN K. KAZANJIAN ECONOMICS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking focus is on the cause of promoting economic literacy. Education programs that address the issue of learning economics as well as finding the best way to teach the subject are of particular interest. [More...]

CAMILLE & HENRY DREYFUS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Awards Program supports research and teaching careers of talented young faculty in the chemical sciences at undergraduate institutions. The Program is open to academic institutions in the United States including those in the District of Columbia and the U.S. [More...]

CAMILLE AND HENRY DREYFUS FOUNDATION

The Foundation's Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences offers support to eligible institutions for projects that advance the science of chemistry in innovative ways. Examples include the increase of public understanding, and appreciation of the chemical sciences; environmental chemistry; innovative approaches to chemistry education at the graduate, undergraduate, and K-12 levels; and programs that help make chemistry careers more attractive, particularly to underrepresented groups. [More...]

CARMAX FOUNDATION

The Foundation earmarks money for national organizations that focus on auto safety and automotive technician training. Funding is also awarded to local Richmond, Va., programs dedicated to youth leadership, education, and community enrichment. [More...]

CHARACTER EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP

The Partnership will again name 10 public and private schools and K-12 districts as National Schools of Character for their outstanding work in character education. The awards honor these ďexemplars,Ē showcase their work, and help them to inspire and lead others. [More...]

CHARLES G. KOCH CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic vehicle of one of the owners of Koch Industries. It focuses on a select number of programs that support social progress, well being, and long-term prosperity. [More...]

CHARLOTTE W. NEWCOMBE FOUNDATION

The Foundation, created in 1979 from a bequest from the estate of Charlotte W. Newcombe, supports students pursuing degrees in higher education. [More...]

CHS FOUNDATION

The philanthropic arm of the Fortune 500 Company, a food, grain, and energy company with a stewardship focus of building vibrant communities. The Foundation supports education and leadership programs that invest in the future of agriculture, cooperative business, and rural America. [More...]

COCA COLA FOUNDATION

The philanthropic arm of the soft-drink giant targets its funding toward education. It devotes much of its effort to developing partnership in three areas: higher education, classroom teaching and learning, and global education. [More...]

COLEMAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation funds educational institutions offering entrepreneurship education throughout the United States; organizations conducting cancer research and providing cancer care; and agencies providing services for individuals with developmental disabilities. Grants for the disabled are earmarked for programs that encourage self-development and independence including rehabilitative services and conductive education programming for children with motor disabilities. [More...]

COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY

The Company focuses its grantmaking on organizations concerned with young people and education. If an organization meets that requirement, it should send a request in writing, not to exceed two pages and include the organizationís goal, the specific purpose of the request, and certification of 501 (3) status. [More...]

CORNERSTONE ONDEMAND FOUNDATION

The Foundation support and strengthens the4 nonprofit sector by providing Cornerstone talent management software as well as capacity building programs and services to organizations domestically and abroad. The Foundationís Impact Grant program provides a two-year donation of the Companyís learning management software and business consulting services to help selected nonprofits expand the reach and scale of their community education programs. [More...]

CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING

The Corporationís American History and Civics Initiative supports projects that address critical shortfalls in middle and high school studentsí knowledge of American history, the U.S. political system, and their roles as citizens. [More...]

DISCOVER FINANCIAL SERVICES

The Companyís charitable program, Pathways to Financial Success, seeks to arm parents and children with the skills they need to succeed, preparing them for a brighter, more responsible financial future. Public high schools in the United States are invited to apply for a Pathway to Financial Success Grant to implement a financial program into the curriculum. [More...]

DOLE FOOD COMPANY

The Company's charitable contributions program provides support to hospitals, churches, schools, environmental programs, and social and cultural programs around the globe. Its charitable program is dedicated to bringing about positive change in the area of nutrition education. [More...]

DORR FOUNDATION

The Foundationís founder, John V.N. Dorr, was responsible for the white painted lines found alongside of highways. [More...]

EARHART FOUNDATION

The Foundation concentrates its grantmaking on educational matters with an emphasis on disciplines from the social sciences and humanities such as economics, philosophy, international affairs, and government/politics. Experimental proposals in related areas are occasionally approved. [More...]

ECMC FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to informing public policy about improvements in programs that provide financial assistance to students and equal access to educational opportunity. Funds are awarded for scholarship programs, a college resource center, access to higher education programs, and research designed to support the Foundationís mission. [More...]

EDNA MCCONNELL CLARK FOUNDATION

The Foundation invests in direct-service organizations that help economically disadvantaged young people in the United States who range in age from 9 to 24. Direct service organizations should help youth improve their educational skills and achievements; prepare for the world of work so they can find and hold jobs and achieve economic self-sufficiency; and avoid irresponsible and unproductive behaviors such as teen pregnancy and illegal activities. [More...]

EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION OF AMERICA

The Foundation exists to improve individual lives and their surroundings through education and awareness. The Foundationís goal is to better humanity and the world. [More...]

EDWARD E. FORD FOUNDATION

The Foundation, created by Edward E. Ford, the son of the founder of IBM, focuses its grantmaking solely on grants for independent secondary education only. [More...]

ELIZABETH HURLOCK BECKMAN AWARD TRUST

Gail McKnight Beckman created the Beckman award in memory of her mother, Dr. Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman, an educator, renowned author, and a pioneer in the field of psychology. [More...]

EMIL BUEHLER PERPETUAL TRUST

The Trust, established in 1984, provides funding to institutions, organizations, and foundation that carry forward the research and development of new and improved aircraft and promote the field of aviation science and technology. Buehler, an aviation visionary, architect, and engineer, shared the majesty and mystery of flight throughout his lifetime. [More...]

ENGINEERING INFORMATION FOUNDATION

Awards grants in three areas: educational and research programs that advance the availability and use of published information related to engineering and applied technologies; programs conducted by engineering educators that encourage girls, ninth grade and above, and women to consider and undertake careers in engineering; and projects that improve access to engineering information for students and faculty of educational institutions in developing countries. Projects should be innovative, with measurable results; promote significant and lasting change; be replicable; and have well-defined and specified methodologies. [More...]

ENTERPRISE COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Chase, the U.S. consumer and commercial banking business of JPMorgan Chase & Co., and Enterprise Community Partners, announce the 2009 Chase Community Development Competition. [More...]

ENTERTAINMENT SOFTWARE ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION

The Foundation was created by the American interactive entertainment software industry to support and provide opportunities that make a difference in the lives of Americaís youth. It supports organizations that benefit American boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 18. [More...]

ETHICS AND EXCELLENCE IN JOURNALISM FOUNDATION

A fund of the Oklahoma-based Inasmuch Foundation, the Foundationís mission is to invest in the future of journalism by building the ethics, skills, and opportunities needed to advance principled, probing news and information. Grantmaking is targeted toward journalism schools and other nonprofit media organizations, with special preference given to programs focusing on ethics and new media. [More...]

EWING KAUFFMAN FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Education and Entrepreneurship grants seek to foster ďa society of economically independent individuals who are engaged citizens, contributing to the improvement of their communities.Ē The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on two areas: education and entrepreneurship. In its K-12 work, which is focused in the Kansas City area with an emphasis on the urban core, the Foundation strives to support a diverse group of schools that serve as proof points of high academic achievement among low-income youth. [More...]

EWING MARION KAUFFMAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established in the mid-1960s by the late entrepreneur and philanthropist, Ewing Marion Kauffman. The Foundationís vision is to foster ďa society of economically independent individuals who are engaged citizens, contributing the improvement of their communities.Ē The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on two areas: advancing entrepreneurship and improving the education of children and youth. [More...]

EXPLORAVISION

Sponsored by Toshiba and the National Science Teachers Association, the Program, now in its 15th year, encourages K-12 students of all interest, skill, and ability levels to create and explore a vision of future technology by combining their imaginations with the tools of science. As part of the Program, children work in groups of two, three, or four, simulating a real research and development team. [More...]

FINANCIAL INDUSTRY REGULATORY AUTHORITY INVESTOR EDUCATION FOUNDATION

The Foundation, formerly known as the NASD Investor Education Foundation, funds research and/or educational projects that support its mission of providing underserved Americans with the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary for financial success throughout life. For 2008, the Foundationís priorities include new marketing and distribution channels for financial and investor education; helping Americans manage their finances and investments in retirement; meeting the financial and investor education needs of underserved audiences; and using behavioral finance to improve saving and investing. [More...]

FINRA INVESTOR EDUCATION FOUNDATION

FINRA is the acronym for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. The Foundation has launched its fifth general grant program. [More...]

FMA FOUNDATION

The Foundationís manufacturing camp grants are awarded to nonprofits and educational institutions with overnight or day camps that instruct youth ages 12 to 16 about the technology aspects of careers in metal forming and manufacturing. The objective is to provide a positive, hands-on experience so youth will consider manufacturing as a future career option. [More...]

FOUNDATION FOR FINANCIAL LITERACY

The Foundation, an offshoot of the Arizona Foundation, supports programs that promote financial literacy and education throughout the world. Funding is given to private and public sector financial literacy and education programs and projects such as financial education in schools; grassroots and home programs; workshops; or other projects to teach financial education and to promote financial literacy and skills; and financial education projects through charitable organizations and agencies. [More...]

FREEDOMS FOUNDATION

The Foundation is accepting nominations for the 2015 Leavey Awards. The Foundation recognizes outstanding teachers for their efforts to bring passion and creativity to their classrooms as they teach students about entrepreneurship and the free enterprise system. [More...]

FRENCH AMERICAN CULTURAL EXCHANGE

The Exchangeís Tournees Festival is designed to help bring contemporary French cinema to American college and university campuses. Exchange grants encourage schools to begin their own self-sustaining French film festivals. [More...]

FUND FOR TEACHERS

The Program provides educators, possessing a broad vision of what it means to teach and learn, the resources needed to pursue self-designated professional learning experiences. Grants are awarded for an unlimited number of projects, all designed to create enhanced learning environments for teachers, their students, and their school communities. [More...]

FUND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION

The Fund is accepting applications for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education Ė Special Focus Competition: Program for North American Mobility in Higher Education grants. The grants are designed to support the formation of educational consortia of American, Canadian, and Mexican institutions. [More...]

GE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the diversified Company. It is committed to serving the diverse communities in which employees call home and where it does business. [More...]

GEORGE I. ALDEN TRUST

The Trust supports independent colleges and universities with enrollments of 1,000 to 3,000 full-time traditional undergraduate students. In addition, funding is given to YMCAs in Massachusetts and educationally related organizations in the Worcester, Mass. [More...]

GETTY FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Campus Heritage Grants program assists colleges and universities to manage and preserve the integrity of their significant historic buildings, sites, and landscapes. Projects that are eligible for funding are those that focus on campus-wide preservation initiatives. [More...]

GLOBAL SOCIALVENTURE COMPETITION

The Competition is a partnership of business schools in several world regions that provide aspiring entrepreneurs with mentoring, exposure and money in prizes to support their social ventures. Founded by MBA students at the University of California Berkeleyís Haas School of Business, the Competition invites teams of students from around the world to submit plans for entrepreneurial social ventures. [More...]

GOLDMAN SACHS FOUNDATION

Founded in 1999 with a $200 million donation from The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., the Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the global investment banking and securities firm. The Foundationís mission is innovation and excellence in education. [More...]

GTECH

The Organizationís After School Advantage Program is a national community investment program providing nonprofit community agencies and public schools with state-of-the-art computer labs. The computer centers are designed to provide inner-city children aged 5 to 15 with a meaningful, yet fun, learning experience during the critical after-school hours, in a safe environment. [More...]

H.B. FULLER FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the packaging and adhesives Company. The Foundationís efforts are strategically focused on two areas: STEM education and leadership development for youth. [More...]

HIDDEN VALLEY FOOD PRODUCTS COMPANY

The Company, a subsidiary of the Clorox Company, will award grants to elementary schools across the United States to support increased access to, and consumption of, fresh vegetables during lunch. The Love Your Veggies Nationwide School Lunch Campaign grant program was created to help schools implement a recent federally mandated local wellness policy that requires schools to develop and execute programs to improve their studentsí overall health and nutrition. [More...]

HORACE MANN COMPANIES

The insurance Company and the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum have partnered to offer 50 teachers a five-day fellowship to study the life and legacy of our 16th president. The fellowship is open to any full-time teacher in grades K-12 in any discipline in the United States except for residents of Kentucky, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, and Hawaii or anyone who has ever won a previous Horace Mann-Abraham Lincoln Fellowship. [More...]

HP (HEWLETT PACKARD)

The information technology Companyís Technology for Teaching grants are designed to support the innovative use of mobile technology in K-16 education. Theyíre also aimed at identifying K-12 public schools and two- and four-year colleges and universities that HP might support with future grants. [More...]

IDEA

The Organizationís mission is to improve learning in higher education through analytics, resources, and professional development. The Organizationís Impact Grants Program, seeks to promote new knowledge in higher education in the fields of teaching, learning, and campus climate. [More...]

IEEE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the charitable arm of the technology innovation Organization. Proposals are invited from IEEE Organizational Units such as sections, regions, societies, affinity groups, student branches, and major boards, for projects that promote public understanding about how science and technology are being or could be used to address global challenges. [More...]

ING UNSUNG HEROES

The financial Companyís philanthropic Program annually recognizes K-12 educators in the United States for their innovative teaching methods, creative educational projects, and ability to positively influence the children they teach. Each year, 100 educators are selected to receive awards of $2,000 each to help fund their innovative classroom projects. [More...]

ING UNSUNG HEROES AWARD

The Award, created as a way for the financial services company to show its support for education, is given to K-12 educators pioneering new teaching methods and techniques that improve learning. Projects can either have been initiated or ones that applicants would like to pursue. [More...]

ING UNSUNG HEROES AWARD PROGRAM

The Program seeks to reward excellence in K-12 schools. Awards are given to educators employed by an accredited K-12 private or public school. [More...]

ING UNSUNG HEROES AWARDS PROGRAM

The Company invites K-12 educators to apply for funding for innovative classroom projects. Each year, the program selects 100 educators to receive grants of $2,000 to help fund innovative, effective projects that improve student learning. [More...]

ING UNSUNG HEROES PROGRAM

The insurance Companyís program annually recognizes K-12 educators in the United States for their innovative teaching methods, creativity, and ability to positively influence the children they teach. Begun in 1995, the program was a way for the Company to demonstrate its commitment to the education community. [More...]

ING UNSUNG HEROES PROGRAM/VOYA FOUNDATION

Formerly known as the ING Unsung Heroes Program, the financial services Company that created the program has now been renamed to Voya Financial. The Voya Foundation is the charitable giving arm of the Financial Services Company. [More...]

INTEL AND SCHOLASTIC SCHOOLS OF DISTINCTION AWARDS

Rewarding schools for programs that promote student achievement and innovation in education is the objective behind the Awards. The program is open to K-12 public, private, charter, parochial, Department of Defense, and Bureau of Indian Affairs schools. [More...]

INTEL FOUNDATION

The Corporationís Schools of Distinction Awards honor U.S. K-12 schools that demonstrate excellence in math and science education through innovative teaching and learning curriculums. [More...]

INTEL SCHOOLS OF DISTINCTION AWARDS

The Program recognizes U.S. schools that implement innovative, replicable programs that inspire their students and lead to positive educational outcomes in the areas of math and science. [More...]

INTERACTIVE INTELLIGENCE FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the tech Company, focuses its grantmaking on improving the life of at-risk youth. Grants are awarded to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) projects with a special emphasis on projects that promote technology education. [More...]

INTSITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION

The Instituteís Scholar Rescue Fund provides fellowships of up to $25,000 along with individual health insurance, to established professors, researchers, and public intellectuals whose lives or careers are threatened in their home countries. The fellowships, which can be for an entire academic year, support temporary academic positions at universities, colleges, and research centers in safe locations anywhere in the world where scholars can continue their work unharmed. [More...]

JACK KENT COOKE FOUNDATION

The Foundation, created by the late billionaire, Jack Kent Cooke, focuses its grantmaking on education, specifically in three areas: youth education, college access, and community college transfer. Youth education grants support learning opportunities for high-achieving, low-to-moderate-income K-12 students. [More...]

JAMES S. KEMPER FOUNDATION

The Foundation promotes the liberal arts education as an ideal preparation for life and work especially in business and administrative careers. Funding is awarded to small liberal arts colleges to provide internships for undergraduate students and to strengthen the connection between education and business. [More...]

JM FOUNDATION

The Foundationís targets its grants toward projects and programs in education and research that foster market-based policy solutions; developing state and national organizations that promote free enterprise, entrepreneurship, and private initiative; and identifying and educating young leaders. Types of support include internships, matching/challenge grants, program grants, publications, research grants, seed grants, and technical assistance. [More...]

JOSIAH MACY FOUNDATION

The Foundationís primary interest is in the education of medical students. Funding priorities include projects to improve medical and health professional education in the context of the changing health care system; those that will increase diversity among health care professionals; projects that demonstrate or encourage ways to increase teamwork between and among health care professionals; and educational strategies to increase care for underserved populations. [More...]

JOSTENS FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Company that provides products, programs, and services helping people to celebrate important moments, recognize achievements, and build affiliations. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on organizations that create strong communities and healthy families and children. [More...]

KENNEDY CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

The Center is seeking nominations for its 2014 Kennedy Center/Stephen Sondheim Inspirational Teachers Awards. The Awards are a series of annual grants that recognize inspirational teachers in the United States. [More...]

LAURA BUSH 21ST CENTURY LIBRARIAN PROGRAM

The Program supports projects to recruit and educate the next generation of librarians, faculty, and library leaders; to conduct research on the library profession; and to support early career research. It also assists in the professional development of librarians and library staff including archivists. [More...]

LEAD2FEED WORLD HUNGER LEADERSHIP CHALLENGE

The Challenge, administered by the USA TODAY Charitable Foundation and the Lift a Life Foundation, with support from the Yum Foundation, encourages middle and high school students to develop leadership skills by starting a service-learning project that addresses hunger. Based on the book, Taking People with You, teams of students from public, private, and charter middle schools and high schools are required to work in teams as a way of learning how to lead. [More...]

LEXUS ECO CHALLENGE

The 2009 Lexus Eco Challenge, administered by Scholastic, is a nationwide educational program and contest that invites teams of five to 10 students and one teacher-advisor to define an environmental issue, and develop and implement a plan to address the issue. The Challenge is composed of three categories, each with its own application period. [More...]

LINCOLN FINANCIAL GROUP

The Financial Group invites submissions for its annual Lincolnís Legacy Award, which recognizes and invests in nonprofits whose principles and programs advance President Abraham Lincolnís legacy of freedom and opportunity through education. A $50,000 grant will be awarded to nonprofits whose programs aim to boost high school graduation rates and college preparedness through mentoring, tutoring, technology training, and college readiness programs. [More...]

LOUIS CALDER FOUNDATION

The Foundation, established in 1951, seeks to promote the scholastic development of children and youth by improving elementary and secondary education. It strives to meet its goal through support to charter and parochial schools. [More...]

LOWES FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Toolbox for Education grant program seeks ways to build better schools and communities. Grants are awarded to public K-12 schools and school parent-teacher groups associated with public schools throughout the United States that develop projects encouraging parent involvement and building a stronger community spirit. [More...]

LOWEíS CHARITABLE AND EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION

The Foundation, along with International Paper and its Foundation, and the National Geographic Explorer classroom magazine, are funding an Outdoor Classroom grant program for K-12 public schools seeking to develop outdoor learning environments. Learning environments can include butterfly gardens, small ponds, nature trails, and bird sanctuaries. [More...]

LOWEíS CHARITABLE AND EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, INTERNATIONAL PAPER, AND NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC EXPLORER!

Loweís, International Paper, and the National Geographic Explorer magazine have partnered to create an outdoor classroom grant program that will provide schools with additional resources to improve their science curriculum. The objective is to engage students in hands-on experiences outside the traditional classroom. [More...]

LUMINA FOUNDATION

The Foundation believes that education provides the basis for individual opportunity, economic vitality, and social stability. Its overarching goal is to increase the higher education attainment rate of the United States to 60 percent by 2025. [More...]

LUMINA FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATION

The Foundationís objective is to foster significant and lasting improvement in college access and success, particularly among traditionally underserved student groups. Grants are awarded for collaborative opportunities among multiple organizations and institutions to ensure comprehensive and lasting attention to studentsí postsecondary preparation, enrollment, and attainment. [More...]

MCCARTHEY DRESSMAN EDUCATION FOUNDATION

Founded by two professors at the University of Illinois-Champaign, the Foundation serves as a catalyst in maximizing the skills and creativity of educators at the K-12 levels and in cultivating pioneering approaches to teaching that result in dynamic student learning. The Foundation awards three types of grants: academic enrichment, teacher development, and student teaching scholarships. [More...]

METLIFE FOUNDATION

The Foundation's Community College Excellence Award, administered by Jobs for the Future, celebrates and highlights the accomplishments of community colleges that are helping less-advantaged youth and adults succeed and advance. Successful applicants will show how they combine strong leadership, effective programming, and attention to outcomes to create and institutionalize improvement that meets the varied learning needs of harder-to-serve students. [More...]

NASDAQ EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the financial services Company. The Foundationís grantmaking focus is education, specifically promoting learning about capital formation, financial markets, and entrepreneurship through innovative programs. [More...]

NATIONAL ATHLETIC TRAINERSí ASSOCIATION RESEARCH AND EDUCATION FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports projects that advance the athletic training profession through research and education. Priority is given to projects that include a BOC-certified athletic trainer as an integral part of the project team. [More...]

NATIONAL BOOK FOUNDATION

The Foundation recognizes individuals and institutions that have developed innovative means of sparking and sustaining a lifelong love of reading. Through its Innovations in Reading Prize, applicants -- individuals, institutions or a partnership between the two -- are awarded $10,000 to acknowledge their work to generate excitement and a passionate engagement with books and literature. [More...]

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE INVENTORS AND INNOVATORS ALLIANCE

Colleges and universities in the United States who are members of the Alliance can apply for grants to support and strengthen invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship education through curricular development and the work of Advanced E-Teams. The Alliance makes grants in two categories: course and program grants and Advanced E-Team grants. [More...]

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR THE SOCIAL STUDIES

The Councilís CiviConnections program is a three-year, teacher grant program funded by the federal Corporation for National and Community Service and the Council. Funded projects will connect local history inquiry with community service-learning activities. [More...]

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF TEACHERS OF MATHEMATICS

The Councilís Equity in Mathematics grants provide support to teachers to incorporate middle school classroom materials or lessons that will improve the achievement of student groups with records of underachievement. The grant is earmarked for a teacher or group of teachers currently teaching mathematics in grades six through eight. [More...]

NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION

The Associationís Foundation for the Improvement of Education supports a variety of efforts by teachers, education support professionals, and higher education faculty and staff to improve student learning in Americaís public schools, colleges, and universities. The Foundationís Student Achievement Grants provide funds to improve academic achievement. [More...]

NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Association. It is a public charity supported by contributions from educatorsí dues, corporate sponsors, and others. [More...]

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR FINANCIAL EDUCATION

The Endowmentís mission is to improve the financial well being of all Americans. It funds innovative research and research-based development projects that make a profound contribution to the field of financial literacy. [More...]

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES

NEHís Grants for Faculty Humanities Workshops support local and regional professional development programs for K-12 teachers and faculty at postsecondary institutions. The goal of the workshops is to provide faculty with the opportunity to engage in vigorous intellectual inquiry with visiting scholars on significant topics in the humanities. [More...]

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE

The Institute, a division of the United States Department of Agriculture, is offering challenge grants to institutions of higher education. The grants are awarded to projects and programs that address five priority areas, the outcomes of a 2008 committee meeting. [More...]

NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS AND STUDENTS IN TRANSITION

The Center is accepting applications for the Paul P. Fidler Research Grant for projects aimed at improving the experiences of college students transitioning into and through higher education. [More...]

NATIONAL SCHOOLS OF CHARACTER AWARDS

Each year, the Character Education Partnership recognizes 10 public and private K-12 schools and districts as National Schools of Character for their outstanding work in character education. Applicants must have been engaged in character education for a minimum of three full years, starting no later than December 2003 for the December 2007 awards. [More...]

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Ethics Education in Science and Engineering program accepts proposals for research and educational projects to improve ethics education in all of the science and engineering fields that NSF supports. Of particular interest are programs that are interdisciplinary or inter-institutional. [More...]

NATIONAL SCIENCE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION

The Association is accepting entries for the Shell Science Lab Challenge. The Challenge invites middle and high school science teachers in grades 6-12 in the United States and Canada to illustrated replicable approaches to science lab instruction utilizing limited school and laboratory resources. [More...]

NEA FOUNDATION

The Foundation offers grants to improve the academic achievement of students in U.S. public schools and public higher education in any subject area(s). [More...]

NEA FOUNDATION FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF EDUCATION

The Foundation is accepting applications for its Learning and Leadership and Student Achievement grants. Learning and Leadership grants provide opportunities for teachers, education support professionals, and higher education faculty and staff to engage in high quality professional development and lead their colleagues in professional growth. [More...]

NEWSCHOOLS VENTURE FUNDS

The nonprofit Funds support and invest in promising entrepreneurs and teams of educators who want to reimagine learning and achieve outstanding results for schools, students, and educators. The Funds are also committed to helping students graduate high school prepared and inspired to achieve their most ambitious dreams and plans. [More...]

OPEN SOCIETY FOUNDATIONS

The Foundations announce a new initiative to support college debate programs around the world. Global Debates, a $20 million funding initiative seeks to engage young people in policy issues critical to their futures. [More...]

PATAGONIA

The outdoor retailing Company focuses its grantmaking on environmental activism. The Company commits either 1 percent of sales or 10 percent of its pre-tax profits, whichever is more, to grassroots environmental groups. [More...]

PLAN FOR SOCIAL EXCELLENCE

The Organization utilizes private funds to create or support innovative pilot projects in education. Of interest are programs that are fluid and responsive to the needs of individual schools and communities rather than those that attempt to address these needs through a systemwide process of reform. [More...]

PRECISION METALFORMING ASSOCIATION EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION

The Foundation is accepting requests for funding from organizations and initiatives whose programs and services promote, enhance, and/or support the development of a metalforming workforce in the United States and Canada. The Foundation targets funds to education, training, career awareness, and public image initiatives that promote or enhance metalforming through a variety of workforce development programs and services. [More...]

PROJECT LEARNING TREE

Project Learning Tree is a program of the American Forest Foundation. Its GreenWorks! [More...]

RICHARD LOUNSBERY FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks to enhance national strengths in science and technology through support of programs in the following areas: science and technology components of key U.S. policy issues; elementary and secondary science and math education; historical studies and contemporary assessments of key trends in the physical and biomedical sciences; and start-up assistance for establishing the infrastructure of research projects. [More...]

ROBERT R. MCCORMICK TRIBUNE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís journalism program provides grants in several priority areas: news leadership, youth voices, free speech, and journalism education. Organizations and educational institutions with initiatives that support the programís mission are invited to apply for funding. [More...]

ROSALYNN CARTER INSTITUTE FOR CAREGIVING

The Instituteís Rosalynn Carter Leadership in Caregiving Award, named for the former First Lady, recognizes leadership in implementing innovative partnerships between community agencies and caregiving researchers that bridge the gap between science and practice. Winning partnerships will clearly demonstrate dedication to developing effective evidence-based caregiver interventions that improve the health and well-being of caregivers and effectively reach into the target population. [More...]

RPM FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the educational arm of Americaís Automotive Trust. The Foundation is dedicated to ensuring that skills necessary to preserve and restore collectible vehicles are not lost. [More...]

RUSSELL SAGE FOUNDATION

The Foundation, one of the oldest in the United States, was established for ďthe improvement of social and living conditions in the United States.Ē The Foundation now dedicates itself to strengthening the methods, data, knowledge, and theoretical core of the social sciences as a means of diagnosing social problems and improving social policies. It also collaborates with other foundations, grant agencies, and academic institutions in studies of social problems. [More...]

SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS AMERICA

The Companyís 2008 Hope for Education Contest supports K-12 schools throughout the United States by providing the latest technology products to assist in the educational process. To enter the Contest, students, teachers, or parents may submit a 100-word essay about how technology benefits and helps education. [More...]

SAVE OUR HISTORY

A Program of the History Channel and other partners, Save Our History is a national history education and preservation initiative that seeks to raise awareness and support for preserving local heritage. The grants program funds historic organizationsí preservation projects that are developed with local schools and youth groups. [More...]

SAXENA FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to advance inventive and effective ways of promoting Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education in the United states and empowering young women so that they have equal rights later in life. Grantmaking is focused on improving the quality of life of women, children, and senior citizens. [More...]

SCRIPPS HOWARD FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grants support journalism education, First Amendment causes, mid-career development for journalists, research, readership development, consumer education on media issues, international free press, professional organizations, workforce development, quality journalism teaching, diversity, ethics and other media-related programs. [More...]

SEAWORLD/BUSCH GARDENS/FUJIFILM ENVIRONMENTAL EXCELLENCE AWARDS

For working at the grassroots level to protect and preserve the environment, the Awards program provides school and community groups with a monetary award, national recognition, and some well deserved fun at one of the companyís amusement parks. Eight projects will be selected to each receive: $10,000 to benefit the award-winning project. [More...]

SIEMENS FOUNDATION

The Foundation, along with Discovery Education, and the National Science Teachers Association, have partnered for the Siemens We Can Change the World Challenge. The Challenge gives students the opportunity, tools, and inspiration to become agents of environmental change. [More...]

SIEMENS WE CAN CHANGE THE WORLD CHALLENGE

The fifth annual Challenge funded by Siemens Foundation, Discovery Education, the National Science Teachers Association, and the College Board, invites teams of students and their adult advisors to tackle local, regional, and global environmental problems or issues and find replicable green solutions. Students in grades K-5 must tackle local problems; students in grades 6-8 are charged with tackling regional solutions. [More...]

SILLERMAN CENTER FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF PHILANTHROPY

The Centerís Generous U Initiative is a national contest celebrating philanthropy and charitable giving on U.S. college campuses. [More...]

SPENCER FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Conference Grants program provides support to scholars for small research conferences and focused symposia. The grants are intended to bring together researchers whose substantive knowledge, theoretical insight, and methodological expertise can be assembled in ways that build upon and advance best practices in education research. [More...]

SPIE

The Organization is an international society that works to advance an interdisciplinary approach to the science and application of light. The Organization awards grants in support of optics- and photonics-related educational outreach activities. [More...]

STAPLES FOUNDATION FOR LEARNING

The Foundationís mission is ďto teach, train, and inspire.Ē Grantmaking is targeted at organizations that provide educational opportunities and job skills for all people, with a special emphasis on disadvantaged youth. The Foundation considers educational funding to be an investment in the future of communities. [More...]

STATE FARM COMPANIES FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the insurance company, is committed to education. Funding priorities include elementary and secondary schools that create service-learning programs and projects to improve teacher quality, K-12 public schools, systemic improvement, and teacher excellence. [More...]

STATLER FOUNDATION

Created from the estate of hotelier Ellsworth Statler following his death, the Foundation funds students enrolled in courses of study leading to degrees in the culinary arts and hotel/motel management. Grants are also awarded to universities for facilities as well as curriculum development of courses in hospitality management, building and renovations, equipment, endowment funds, professorships, scholarship funds, research, and programĖrelated investments and loans. [More...]

SURDNA FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Arts Teachers Fellowship supports the artistic revitalization of outstanding arts teachers in specialized public arts high schools. Under the program, fellows design individualized courses of study that provide both immersion in their own creative work and the opportunity to interact with other professional artists in their fields. [More...]

THE ACTUARIAL FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Advancing Student Achievement Program awards grants to schools and groups in the United States and Canada for viable mentoring programs that involve actuaries in the teaching of mathematics to children in private and public schools. The Foundation believes that bringing together actuaries and educators in local classroom environments will boost student interest in math. [More...]

THE BRAITMAYER FOUNDATION

The Foundationís primary funding interest is education. The Foundation is interested in funding proposals utilizing innovative practices in K-12 education throughout the United States. [More...]

THE CALVIN K. KAZANJIAN ECONOMICS FOUNDATION

The Foundation is a non-political education organization whose mission is to address the issue of economic illiteracy. The Foundation focuses on disseminating economic thinking and knowledge by all available means, producing materials, and conducting seminars and workshops that promote discussions and assist in the development of greater economic literacy. [More...]

THE CAMILLE AND HENRY DREYFUS FOUNDATION

The Foundation sponsors the American Chemical Society Award for Encouraging Women into Careers in the Chemical Sciences. The Award recognizes significant accomplishments by individuals who have stimulated or fostered the interest of women in chemistry, promoting their professional developments as chemists or chemical engineers. [More...]

THE CAMILLE DREYFUS TEACHER-SCHOLAR AWARDS PROGRAM

The Program supports the basic research and teaching careers of talented young faculty in the chemical sciences. Based on institutional nominations, the Program provides discretionary funding to faculty at an early stage in their careers. [More...]

THE COCA-COLA FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on three specific areas: higher education, classroom teaching and learning, and global education. Higher education grants support pipeline programs. [More...]

THE CORPORATION FOR NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE

The Corporationís 2006 Learn and Serve America grant competition seeks high quality service-learning projects that engage students in community service projects linked to academic studies. The competition seeks to ensure that more disadvantaged youth are able to engage in service-learning. [More...]

THE DANA FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Rural Initiative grants program funds arts educators in rural areas of the United States. Grants are awarded primarily for training for school arts educators (in-school arts specialists who teach performing arts in the public schools) and professional artists who teach pre-K-12 students in public schools. [More...]

THE DEAN WITTER FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on three areas: programs that launch and expand innovative K-12 public education initiatives; seminal opportunities to improve and extend environmental education; and wildlife conservation and restoration and projects in Northern California. The Foundation also makes grants to support research and higher education in finance. [More...]

THE EDWARD E. FORD FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to strengthen and support independent secondary schools serving grades 9-12. Independent secondary schools must hold membership in the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) and be full active members of the association to be eligible for consideration. [More...]

THE ELLISON MEDICAL FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports basic biomedical research, with a current focus on understanding how humans and other organisms age, and on defining the fundamental mechanisms that prevent age-related diseases and disabilities. The Foundationís conferences and workshops awards support the dissemination of information relevant to basic biological research that seeks to understand lifespan development processes and age-related diseases and disabilities. [More...]

THE FREDERICK C. GLOECKNER FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on research and educational projects on floriculture and related fields at universities, colleges, and Federal research institutions in the United States. Related fields include plant pathology, plant breeding, agricultural engineering, agricultural economics, entomology, and plant physiology related to floriculture and ornamental horticulture. [More...]

THE JM FOUNDATION

The Foundation was founded in 1924 to help integrate people with disabilities into all aspects of American life. Founder Jeremiah Milbank was an ardent champion of individual liberty, limited government, and free markets. [More...]

THE JOHN AND LAWRENCE GIACOLETTO FOUNDATION

The Foundation was named after two Iowa brothers who were life-long supporters of education, institutions of higher learning, and libraries. The brothersí devotion to education, as well as their interest in the technical and cultural aspects of life, supports their desire for a better educated public. [More...]

THE JULIA CHILD FOUNDATION FOR GASTRONOMY AND THE CULINARY ARTS

The Foundation was created by the television chef as a grantmaking entity to support research in culinary history, scholarships for professional culinary training and internships in food writing as well as professional development and food literacy programs. While the Foundation identifies and selects its grant recipients, it is open to learning about new opportunities. [More...]

THE LOUIS CALDER FOUNDATION

The Foundationís primary focus is on education reform. The Foundation supports academic programs throughout the country that offer families alternatives to underperforming schools. [More...]

THE MCCARTHEY DRESSMAN EDUCATION FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to serve as a catalyst in maximizing the skills and creativity of educators at the K-12 levels and in cultivating pioneering approaches to teaching that result in dynamic student learning. The Foundation sponsors proposals that enhance student learning and educational quality, paying particular attention to those that best serve the at-risk and under-funded including curriculum that excites and challenges; inquiry projects that promote reflection and growth; and after school programs that enrich and inspire. [More...]

THE NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Student Achievement grants seek to improve the academic achievement of students in U.S. public schools and public higher education institutions in any subject area. [More...]

THE NEA FOUNDATION

The Organizationís Learning and Leadership grants support public school teachers, public education support professionals, and/or faculty and staff in public institutions of higher education for two purposes: individual and group. Grants for individuals fund participation in high-quality professional development experiences, such as summer institutes or action research. [More...]

THE SAXENA FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation, founded in 2002, seeks to advance inventive and effective ways of promoting STEM (science, engineering, technology, and mathematics) education in the United States and empowering young women so that they have equal rights later in life. Womenís empowerment grants include economic empowerment, educational empowerment, and political empowerment through literacy programs, job and life-skills training. [More...]

THE SLOAN CONSORTIUM

The Consortium, originally funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, is an institutional and professional leadership organization dedicated to integrating online education into the mainstream of higher education. [More...]

THE SURDNA FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Arts Teachers Fellowship Program supports the artistic revitalization of outstanding art teachers in specialized, public arts high schools. The programís approach to professional development is designed to enhance the effectiveness of art teachers and directly benefit the students they teach. [More...]

TOSHIBA AMERICA FOUNDATION

The Foundation contributes to the quality of science and mathematics education by investing in projects designed by classroom teachers to improve instruction for students in grades K-12. The Foundation funds two programs: K-6 and 7-12. [More...]

TOSHIBA AMERICAN FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Classroom Innovators grants support teachers who are passionate about making science and mathematics more engaging for their students. Salaries, facility maintenance, textbooks, video production, audio-visual equipment, and education research will not be funded nor will computer hardware. [More...]

TOYOTA TAPESTRY GRANTS

The Program, a partnership between Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. and the National Science Teachers Foundation awards grants to K-12 science teachers for innovative projects that enhance science education in a school and/or school district. [More...]

TOYOTA U.S.A. FOUNDATION

The Foundation is committed to enhancing the quality of K-12 education by supporting innovative programs and building partnerships with organizations dedicated to improving the teaching and learning of mathematics, science, and environmental science. A high priority is placed on systemic math and science programs, which are broad in scope and incorporate interdisciplinary curriculum, ďreal worldĒ classroom applications, and high student expectations. [More...]

TOYOTA USA FOUNDATION

The Foundation is committed to improving the quality of K-12 education by supporting innovative programs that improve the teaching and learning of mathematics and science. Of particular interest are those that are systematic and broad in scope and incorporate interdisciplinary curriculum, ďreal worldĒ classroom applications, and high student expectations. [More...]

TRIBAL COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES PROGRAM

TCUP, a program of the National Science Foundation, provides awards to tribal colleges and universities, Alaska Native-serving institutions, and Native Hawaiian-serving institutions. The Programís objective is to promote high quality science (including sociology, psychology, anthropology, economics, statistics, and other social and behavioral sciences as well as natural science and education disciplines), technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, research, and outreach. [More...]

TURNAROUND MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION

The Association is dedicated to corporate renewal and turnaround management. Its Butler-Cooley Excellence in Teaching Award seeks to recognize outstanding elementary and secondary school teachers. [More...]

U.S.-JAPAN FOUNDATION

about each otherís society, culture, and country as well as learn to work together on issues of common concern. The Foundation focuses on K-12 education and throughout its history has been at the forefront of supporting teacher professional development projects that train U.S. [More...]

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

The USDAís National Institute of Food and Agriculture announces its Higher Education Challenge Grants program: Agriculture Sciences Education. Funds from the program are targeted toward increasing the number and diversity of students who will pursue and complete a bachelorís degree in food and agricultural sciences. [More...]

UNITED STATES-JAPAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation is accepting letters of intent for its Pre-College Education Program. Through the Program, the Foundation supports efforts to take advantage of new technology to bring Japanese and American teachers and students together. [More...]

USA FUNDS

The Company, a leading education-loan guarantor, will commit $1 million to provide financial assistance to college students in parts of four states affected by recent hurricanes. Eligible postsecondary institutions in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi that are eligible to participate in federal student financial aid programs authorized under Title IV and physically located and serving students in counties listed by FEMA in the ďindividual assistanceĒ section of Major Disaster Declarations, are eligible to apply. [More...]

VOYA FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the financial services Company. Grants are focused on financial resilience with the goal of ensuring youth are equipped with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) expertise and financial knowledge necessary to compete in the 212st century workforce as well as make smart financial decisions leading to a secure retirement. [More...]

VOYA UNSUNG HEROES AWARDS PROGRAM

The Program, administered by Scholarship America, provides educators nationwide with grants to help fund their innovative class projects. Eligible applicants include full-time educators, teachers, principals, paraprofessionals, and classified staff with effective projects that improve student learning. [More...]

W.L.S. SPENCER FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on activities anywhere in the world that foster new and innovative ideas in education. Education grants support programs that are innovative and that motivate children to stay in school, do well academically, and continue their education beyond high school. [More...]

W.M. KECK FOUNDATION

The Foundationís objective is to support outstanding science, engineering, and medical research, undergraduate education, and in Southern California, community services projects that will have a significant impact on solving complex issues and problems. The Foundation strives to fund endeavors that are distinctive and novel in their approach. [More...]

WILLIAM AND FLORA HEWLETT FOUNDATION

The Foundationís education program is dedicated to improving education by expanding the reach of openly available educational resources, improving Californiaís educational policies, and by supporting ďdeeper learning.Ē Openly available educational resources grants strive to equalize access to knowledge for teachers and students around the globe. These grants do this through high-quality educational resources that reside in the public domain or carry a license that permits sharing and reuse, distribution, and revision. [More...]

YOUTH SERVICE AMERICA

The Organization, along with State Farm Insurance are looking for school administrators who want to create a culture of meaningful learning through service in their school or school district. Grants will be awarded to 20 K-12 public schools in the United States and the District of Columbia. [More...]



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