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Access to Healthier Food Grant Program
Walmart Foundation
Deadline: Letters of Inquiry are accepted year-round.
Description: The Walmart Foundation sponsors the Access to Healthier Food Program among its Strengthening Communities initiatives. The program aims to improve access and availability of healthy food and increase individuals’ confidence in selecting, preparing, and serving healthier foods. Funding is intended for nonprofit organizations that support underserved and food insecure households and have the capacity
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ACS-Hach High School Chemistry Classroom Grants
American Chemical Society
Deadline: Applications are accepted February 1 through April 14, annually.
Description: The American Chemical Society awards ACS-Hach High School Chemistry Classroom Grants to support educators in implementing creative teaching ideas. Proposals should present innovative concepts that have the potential to transform learning, reveal “the wonder of chemistry” to students, and foster their development as scientists and learners. Grants may fund instructional materials and resources, laboratory
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Action Grants
Indiana Humanities, with funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities
Deadline: Applications are accepted year-round and due the last day of each month.
Description: Indiana Humanities awards Action Grants to support development and implementation of humanities programming that helps people learn new information, share ideas, and consider and understand different perspectives. Funded programs must use humanities as a teaching tool, involve humanities scholars, and be intended for a school or public audience. A variety of formats are allowed, including workshops,
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AMS-Simons Travel Grants
The Simons Foundation and the American Mathematical Society
Deadline: Applications are accepted February 1 through March 31, 2020.
Description: The Simons Foundation and the American Mathematical Society present the AMS-Simons Travel Grants to early career mathematicians. Funding is provided over a period of two years to support research-related travel. Applicants must be working in areas of mathematics supported by the Division of Mathematical Sciences of the National Science Foundation (e.g., algebra, number theory, analysis, applied mathematics,
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Baseball Tomorrow Fund Grants
MLB-MLBPA Youth Development Foundation
Deadline: Letters of Inquiry are accepted year-round.
Description: The Baseball Tomorrow Fund Grants support activities aimed at increasing participation in and access to baseball and softball for youth aged 20 and younger. Funding may be used for capital projects, including field creation or renovation, and installing lights; baseball/softball programming needs, such as uniforms, equipment, and fees; and education initiatives to promote interest in the game. Not
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Black Violin Performance Partnerships
Black Violin Foundation
Deadline: Partner requests are accepted based on the Black Violin performance schedule.
Description: The Black Violin Foundation, created by the artists Black Violin, offers partnership support to school systems and music programs that lack resources to enable students to attend scheduled Black Violin performances. A link to performance locations and dates around the United States from January through August 2020 is available on the website.

Eligible applicants are public, private, and charter
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Building Effective and Innovative Approaches to Training and Advancement Grants
The Walmart Foundation
Deadline: Letters of Inquiry are accepted year-round.
Description: The Walmart Foundation sponsors grants for Building Effective and Innovative Approaches to Training and Advancement as part of its Retail Opportunity initiative. Funding supports innovative job training and credentialing programs that specifically address needs of entry-level workers. Grants are typically for less than two years, although requests for up to three years are accepted.

Eligible
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Child Care Grants
The Duke Endowment
Deadline: Preapplications are due June 15 and December 15, annually.
Description: The Duke Endowment awards Child Care Grants that support prevention and early intervention for at-risk children and out-of-home care. Proposals should focus on the following:
• Prevention and early intervention for at-risk children focused on replicating evidence-based programs and building models throughout North and South Carolina.
• Out-of-home care designed to help the child welfare system
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Collaboration Grants for Mathematicians
The Simons Foundation
Deadline: Applications are due January 30, 2020.
Description: The Simons Foundation awards Collaboration Grants for Mathematicians to support research activities among mathematicians in different institutions. The grant program is intended to increase contacts between active and accomplished mathematicians that lack access to funding for collaborations. Grants may be used for travel, research, and visitor expenses.

Eligible applicants are individual mathematicians
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Community Engagement Program Grants
Stantec
Deadline: Applications are accepted year-round.
Description: Stantec makes Community Engagement Program Grants in the areas of education, the arts, health and wellness, and the environment. Education funding targets initiatives that support elementary and secondary students in preparing for higher education or postsecondary training, with emphasis on the sciences and technology. Arts grants include support for arts education programs and community arts festivals.

Eligible
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Competitive Grants
Community Foundation of Tampa Bay
Deadline: Letters of Intent are due November 22, 2019; full applications are due January 24, 2020.
Description: The Community Foundation of Tampa Bay works to create positive change within the Tampa Bay community. Competitive Grants are reviewed and awarded based on five focus areas:
• Community vibrancy improves local communities through access and appreciation of arts and culture, flourishing local environmental resources, and collaboration among residents.
• Economic mobility provides education opportunities
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Davidson Fellows Scholarships
Davidson Institute for Talent Development
Deadline: Applications are due February 12, 2020.
Description: The Davidson Institute for Talent Development awards Fellows Scholarships to young people who are profoundly bright and have completed an original, significant piece of work in one of the following program categories: science, technology, engineering, mathematics, literature, music, philosophy, or outside the box. Candidates must be able to demonstrate that their work is their own. Projects involving
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Diane J. Willis Early Career Award
American Psychological Foundation and the Society for Child and Family Policy and Practice
Deadline: Nominations are due January 31, 2020.
Description: American Psychological Foundation and Division 37, the Society for Child and Family Policy and Practice, annually present the Diane J. Willis Early Career Award to recognize contributions of early career psychologists in informing, advocating for, and improving the mental health of children and families. Program goals include advancing public understanding of mental health and enhancing the well-being
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DNA Day Essay Contest
American Society of Human Genetics
Deadline: Entries are due March 4, 2020.
Description: The DNA Day Essay Contest, sponsored by the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG), celebrates DNA Day on April 25 each year. The essay contest challenges high school students to examine, question, and reflect on important concepts in genetics. Essays totaling 750 words in English should be well-reasoned arguments and are evaluated by ASHG members through three rounds of scoring. The 2020 essay
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Education Grants
Robert F. Schumann Foundation and administered by Wells Fargo Philanthropic Services
Deadline: Applications are accepted year-round and are due February 28, annually, to be reviewed at the annual grant meeting.
Description: The Robert F. Shumann Foundation awards grants to programs in education and those emphasizing environmental sustainability, particularly open-space habitats; arts, culture, and humanities; and animals, particularly birds and ornithology studies.

Eligible applicants are 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations located in the United States. Complete applications with all supporting materials must be
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Education Grants
The Boyd & Evelyn Mullen Foundation, Bank of America Philanthropic Solutions
Deadline: Applications are due July 31, annually.
Description: The Boyd & Evelyn Mullen Foundation was established to support charitable organizations in Texas, with a priority for the Houston area, endeavoring to advance education, literary studies, science, and religion, thereby improving the welfare of those in need. Specific areas of funding interest include education via college scholarships; disaster relief; enriching the lives of the blind and visually
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Health and Science Innovation Challenge Grants
AstraZeneca
Deadline: Applications are accepted April 1 through April 30, 2020.
Description: AstraZeneca awards Health and Science Innovation Challenge Grants to support programs that build science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) skills and knowledge in kindergarten through grade 12 or undergraduate college students, as well as programs that present a new approach, tool, or technology to solve a health challenge. Funded programs should address an unmet need, describe the intended
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Healthier Kids for Our Future Grants
Cigna Foundation
Deadline: Applications are accepted year-round.
Description: The Cigna Foundation Healthier Kids for Our Future program awards grants worldwide to organizations addressing gaps in delivering food and nutritional education to children.

Specifically, the foundation is looking for programs that bracket or augment in-school efforts in the following areas:
•Community-based programs that support children’s and families’ access to healthy meals and nutritional
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High School Fishing Club Grants
Missouri Department of Conservation
Deadline: Inquiry Forms are accepted year-round.
Description: The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) offers High School Fishing Club Grants to school-recognized fishing clubs that provide high-quality programs for students. Funding supports travel, equipment, and other club needs. Interested applicants must participate in at least one of the following activities:
• Club members assist with MDC projects or special fishing events.
• At least half of
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Lizette Peterson-Homer Injury Prevention Grant
American Psychological Foundation and the Society of Pediatric Psychology
Deadline: Applications are due October 1, 2020.
Description: The Lizette Peterson-Homer Injury Prevention Grant supports research into psychological and behavioral aspects of preventing physical injuries in children and adolescents through accidents, violence, abuse, or suicide. Applicants must have demonstrated research competence and commitment to the research area. Typically, one award is given for a period of one year.

Eligible applicants are faculty
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Mike’s Kids Grants
Mike’s Kids, a Becker Family Private Foundation
Deadline: Applications are accepted year-round.
Description: Mike’s Kids awards grants to eligible Ohio individuals and nonprofit organizations to support the needs of children with disabilities and their families. The foundation achieves its goals through the following:
• Providing direct financial assistance to defray the cost of equipment, education, treatment, medication, or respite care.
• Sponsoring educational materials or seminars for parents of
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Musical Innovation Grant
Black Violin Foundation
Deadline: Applications are accepted year-round.
Description: The Black Violin Foundation, created by the artists Black Violin, awards Musical Innovation Grant scholarships to support young people in continuing their instrumental musical education. This is an inaugural grant program, with up to 20 scholarships to be awarded in each of two grant cycles annually. Scholarships must be used for established and legitimate music classes or programs, such as private
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Program and Sustaining Grants
Fordham Street Foundation
Deadline: Applications are due January 15, annually.
Description: The Fordham Street Foundation awards grants with the goals of helping children of color succeed in school, improving public education, and reducing racial and socioeconomic disparities in educational opportunities and outcomes. The foundation awards most grants to programs in New York and Washington State; however, it does consider requests from other areas and potential applicants should schedule
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Publishing Historical Records in Documentary Editions (Initial), FY2021
National Archives and Records Administration, National Historical Publications and Records Commission
Deadline: There are two funding cycles. Draft proposals are due April 1, 2020, and August 3, 2020. Applications are due June 10, 2020, and October 8, 2020.
Description: The National Historical Publications and Records Commission seeks proposals to publish digital and print documentary editions of historical records. Projects may focus on broad historical movements in US history, such as arts, business, law, military, politics, social reform, and other aspects of the national experience; or may be centered on papers of major figures from American history. There is
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Resource Enhancement and Protection Conservation Education Program Grants
Iowa Department of Natural Resources
Deadline: Applications due November 1, 2019, and May 15, 2020.
Description: The Iowa Department of Natural Resources awards Resource Enhancement and Protection (REAP) Conservation Education Program (CEP) grants to support effective curricula, program materials, and educator stipends to increase environmental awareness and understanding of stewardship, as well as to enhance natural resources. Educational programs will serve a diverse audience including kindergarten through
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Ronald Reagan Great Communicator Debate Competition
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation
Deadline: Varied 2020 dates for regional competitions, with the national finals on July 23-26, 2020.
Description: The Ronald Reagan Great Communicator Debate Competition invites high school students to compete in a series of competitions leading to a National Championship. There are regional in-person qualifying debates and one online debate. The two finalists from each of the qualifying debates, the top two extemporaneous speaker and orator from the National Speech and Debate Association National Tournament,
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SAGE Teaching Innovations and Professional Development Award
SAGE Publishing and Society for the Teaching of Psychology, Division 2 of the American Psychological Association
Deadline: Applications are due April 1, annually.
Description: Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP) presents the SAGE Teaching Innovations and Professional Development Award, sponsored by SAGE, which publishes the STP journal. The award is intended to defray travel expenses to attend the annual American Psychological Association conference. Two awards are given yearly and priority goes to first-time recipients.

Eligible applicants are current STP
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Schreiber Community Grants
Greater Green Bay Community Foundation
Deadline: Applications are due November 1, annually.
Description: The Greater Green Bay Community Foundation awards Schreiber Community Grants to nonprofit organizations working to improve the quality of life in northeast Wisconsin. The Schreiber grant program has three priority funding areas: health and human services, community development, and education and lifelong learning. Under the category of education, the program encourages, enhances, and supports strong
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STEM Minigrants
National Girls Collaborative Project
Deadline: Minigrants are awarded year-round, with application deadlines determined by state or regional collaboratives.
Description: The National Girls Collaborative Project (NGCP) supports girl-serving programs focused on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to address gaps and overlaps in service and share exemplary practices. Minigrants are awarded as seed funding for projects that encourage girls to pursue STEM-related educational programs and careers, and are intended to promote cooperation between existing
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SYC Foundation Grants
SYC Foundation
Deadline: Applications are due the 10th of each month except July, August, and December, annually.
Description: The SYC Foundation awards grants that promote and educate about boating in the Seattle area. Priority is given to programs that address youth engaged in competition. Previous grants were used to fund school sailing teams, maritime centers, and maritime youth clubs.

Eligible applicants are individuals, kindergarten through grade 12 schools, and nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations serving Seattle,
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Wilbert J. McKeachie Teaching Excellence Award
Society for the Teaching of Psychology, Division 2 of the American Psychological Association
Deadline: Applications are due January 15, annually.
Description: Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP) annually presents the Wilbert J. McKeachie Teaching Excellence Award for outstanding teaching by graduate students. There are four areas of consideration in nominating candidates: demonstrated influence in interesting students in the field of psychology, development of effective teaching methods or teaching materials, outstanding performance as a classroom
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Young Investigators’ Grants and Program Grants
Human Frontier Science Program Organization
Deadline: A reference number must be obtained by March 19, 2020, in order to submit a Letter of Intent, which is due March 30, 2020.
Description: The Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) is a unique initiative that supports innovative basic research into fundamental biological problems. Emphasis is placed on novel and interdisciplinary approaches that involve scientific exchanges across international and disciplinary borders.

Awards are made to international (preferably intercontinental) teams of two to four members. Two tracks are available:
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Youth in Philanthropy Service Learning Grants
Legacy Foundation
Deadline: Applications are accepted year-round.
Description: The Legacy Foundation awards Youth in Philanthropy Service Learning Grants to nonprofit organizations serving Lake County, Indiana. The goal of the program is to leverage the strengths of youth in grades 6 though 12 to affect change in their communities. The grants offer youth the opportunity to implement hands-on service projects, within the classroom or outside of school, with adult supervision.
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