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Community Grants
The Get Grounded Foundation
Deadline: Applications are due August 5, 2019.
Description: The Get Grounded Foundation makes Community Grants that support new, innovative, and entrepreneurial programs, methods, and approaches that support the healthy development of at-risk youth aged 3 through 15 in the Denver metropolitan area. Programs must focus on one or more priority areas of child abuse and neglect prevention, youth behavioral health, and hunger relief. Applicants must demonstrate ...
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Distinguished Service Awards
American Association of School Librarians, a division of the American Library Association, and Rosen Publishing
Deadline: Nominations are accepted September 1, 2019, through February 1, 2020.
Description: The American Association of School Librarians (AASL) presents Distinguished Service Awards that recognize one librarian that has made an outstanding national contribution to school librarianship and school library development over a significant period of time. Candidates must be nominated by an ALA/AASL member for achievements in one or more of the following areas: service and visionary leadership; ...
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Education Grants
Scheidel Foundation
Deadline: Initial contact is accepted year-round.
Description: The Scheidel Foundation supports programs that promote college readiness and completion or that advance the practice of integrative medicine. Within the area of education, there is interest in proposals that provide a mix of services focused on college enrollment, persistence, graduation, and postcollege career transition. Targeted participants are high school students, low-income or first-generation ...
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Education Grants
High Meadows Foundation
Deadline: Initial contact is accepted year-round.
Description: The High Meadows Foundation supports programs in the areas of business and society, education, and the environment. Within the area of education, the foundation is interested in funding academic and extracurricular programs in environmental science aimed at school-aged children through graduate studies. The foundation is also interested in innovations in education focused on early childhood development, ...
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Educational Equity Grants
Graves Foundation
Deadline: Letters of Intent are accepted January 15 through February 15, annually.
Description: The Graves Foundation provides general operating and program support to enhance kindergarten through grade 12 schools and assist youth transitioning from foster care in Minneapolis and Hennepin County. There are two priorities:
• Strong Schools includes initiatives for positive change led by members of the school community, parents, educators, and administration.
• Strong School Communities includes ...
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Field Trip Grants
BCreative, a Program of the Miller Foundation
Deadline: Applications are due the 15th of each month.
Description: BCreative, a program of the Miller Foundation, offers Field Trip Grants that support arts-based field trips for students in Battle Creek. Preference is given to applicants that demonstrate need or show a commitment to matching funds, although a match is not required. Funding supports transportation costs and entrance fees.

Eligible applicants are kindergarten through grade 12 teachers in Battle ...
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Fund for Omaha Grants
Omaha Community Foundation
Deadline: Applications are accepted July 1 through August 1, annually.
Description: The Omaha Community Foundation offers Fund for Omaha Grants in the areas of arts and culture, economic opportunity, transportation, health, neighborhoods, and vibrant communities. Funding for education- and youth-focused programs include high-quality arts education for students; college readiness and job training; and access to schools, jobs, and health care. Examples of previous grants are support ...
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Graduating High School College and Career Ready Grants
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
Deadline: Letters of Inquiry are accepted year-round.
Description: The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation offers Graduating High School College and Career Ready Grants that are intended to increase high school graduation and college and career readiness outcomes for students, particularly those in low-income communities. Funding is designed to support after-school programs for college and career readiness and innovative strategies in academic coaching and children’s ...
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Grassroots Leaders Grants
Connecticut Community Foundation
Deadline: Applications are accepted year-round.
Description: The Connecticut Community Foundation Grassroots Leaders program supports initiatives to revitalize communities, influence local systems, and foster youth leadership. Within education, priority areas of interest are educational campaigns on how to engage local systems and youth-led projects. Recent grants have been used to fund arts classes for homeschooled students, mentoring and other student support ...
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Healthy Living and Literacy Grants
GGS Foundation
Deadline: Applications are accepted June 3 through 28, 2019.
Description: The GGS Foundation supports community-based initiatives that serve at-risk or disadvantaged children and youth. Proposals should focus on the following:
• Healthy living programs that serve middle or high school youth; work with low-income, homeless, or foster youth; and employ sound youth development practices in programming.
• Literacy programs for children from preschool through third grade, ...
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Inspire Special Events Grants
American Association of School Librarians, a division of the American Library Association, and Marina Welmers
Deadline: Applications are accepted September 1, 2019, through February 1, 2020.
Description: The American Association of School Librarians (AASL) presents Inspire Special Events Grants that support creation or enhancement of short-term projects and events that promote reading, books, literacy, and authors, with the goal of increasing student achievement. Grants may be used for author visits, contests, book clubs, summer reading programs, and displays.

Eligible applicants are public ...
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Keep Pearland Beautiful Grants
Keep Pearland Beautiful
Deadline: Applications are accepted year-round.
Description: Keep Pearland Beautiful provides matching grants for creating landscape projects in Pearland, Texas. Matches may be made with volunteer labor, donated materials, or funds from other sources. Projects must be on highly visible sites enjoyable by the public within the city limits. Proposed projects may be educational, theme, or cultural gardens; landscaping using drought-tolerant, freeze-resistant native ...
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Program Support Grants
Fairfield County’s Community Foundation
Deadline: Letters of Inquiry are accepted January 15 through February 15 and July 15 through August 15, annually.
Description: Fairfield County’s Community Foundation makes Program Support Grants that focus on high school graduation rates and students prepared for postsecondary education and employment, training and credentials for meaningful career opportunities, well-being of women and girls, and safe and affordable housing. Preference is given to organizations that can measure/evaluate the impact of their work.

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Small Grants
Save Our Seas Foundation
Deadline: Stage 1 applications are due July 31, 2019.
Description: The Save Our Seas Foundation makes Small Grants that support original and innovative educational, research, and conservation projects for protecting marine life. Projects should be led by an early career educator, scientist, or conservationist; be small, local, and short in scope; and must focus on marine chondrichthyan species, with preference to proposals promoting recovery of sawfish, wedgefish, ...
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Spark Grants
Wyoming Humanities
Deadline: Applications are due the first working day of the month.
Description: The goal of Wyoming Humanities’ grants is to provide support to public programs that use the humanities to explore the state’s histories, stories, issues, and connections between groups and communities. Wyoming Humanities proposals require the following elements:
• The project must be humanities centered.
• The project must be built around a public event.
• The project must have a humanities ...
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Urban Forest Grant
City of Austin
Deadline: Applications are due January 1 and July 1, annually.
Description: The Urban Forest Grant Program supports stewardship projects that enhance the long-term health of the urban forest in Austin, Texas. Activities may include tree planting, tree care, education, and disease control. Proposals that include planting trees on school campuses and related educational activities are encouraged.

Eligible applicants are academic and private institutions, community groups, ...
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