Grants - TWO NEW ADDED April 16th!
GOAL: The competition is part of our five-year, $125 million initiative to equip community leaders with the capital and tools needed to promote neighborhoods of opportunity where diverse individuals and families at all income levels can thrive.
DUE: April 22, 2019 at midnight (PST).
This year’s request for proposal (RFP), seeks strategies in which capital plays a key role in connecting vulnerable communities to greater economic opportunity in neighborhoods. Specifically, we are soliciting proposals for two opportunities:
1. ‘Planning for Equitable Development Grants’ aka ‘planning grants’ that outline a vision and approach for how a capital strategy by a collaborative of CDFIs can address some of the biggest barriers to opportunity in distressed neighborhoods. Successful applicants will be eligible for a one-year, $100,000 grant. After reviewing the RFP, you can apply online for the planning grants.
2. ‘Collaborative Capital for Equitable Development’ aka ‘capital grants’ for CDFI Collaboratives that outline how they will create a direct link from capital investments to a larger vision that ensures all residents thrive in place. Successful applicants will be eligible for a three-year grant of up to $5 million. After reviewing the RFP, you can apply online for the capital grants.
GOAL: Perkins V Grant designed to identify, support and rigorously evaluate evidence-based and innovative strategies and activities to improve and modernize career and technical education (CTE) and align workforce skills with labor market needs.
ELIGIBLE: Sub-recipients of Perkins Title I formula funds (e.g., LEAs and community colleges) as well as certain consortia identified in the law are eligible to apply. Not less than 25% of the funds available for grants must be awarded to recipients in RURAL areas, if a sufficient number of applications of sufficient quality are received from applicants serving rural communities.
DUE: INTENT TO APPLY: May 15, 2019. APPLICATION DUE: June 14, 2019.
PRE-APP Webinar: http://cte.ed.gov/
The Awesome Foundation provides support for initiatives in a wide range of areas, including arts, technology, community development, and more. Deadline: Rolling. Funds: $1,000 grants. Areas: Many awesome projects are novel or experimental and evoke surprise and delight. Awesome sometimes challenges and often inspires. Each fully autonomous chapter supports awesome projects through micro-grants, usually given out monthly. These micro-grants, $1,000 or the local equivalent, come out of pockets of the chapter’s “trustees” and are given on a no-strings-attached basis to people and groups working on awesome projects.
The Whole Kids Foundation (WHOLE FOODS) Garden Grant program provides a monetary grant to support a new or existing edible, educational garden at a K-12 school. Review Period: Winter 2018 - Notification to All Applicants: February 15, 2019. Max Amount: $2,000 Deadline: October 15, 2018 at 6pm EST/5pm CST
GARDENING | LA Dept of Agriculture
All Louisiana schools, K-12 mostly geared towards younger school-aged children or schools that already have a school garden to further their
production. It is encouraged that schools applying have support from their local extension office or Master Gardeners. Only one grant can be awarded per school. Schools must fill out the application and have a dedicated coordinator. Max Amount: Schools may be reimbursed up to a maximum of $800.00 per grant year.
For more information: please call 225-952-8155 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Science Lab Makeovers – Recognizes outstanding science teachers, grades 6-12, who have found innovative ways to deliver quality lab experiences. The Challenge will showcase the work of teachers, representing their schools, who submit innovative, replicable strategies to deliver quality lab experiences and award teachers/schools with additional tools, resources, and rich professional development opportunities needed to support high-quality science teaching and strengthen their existing capabilities.
DEADLINE: 12 Noon EST on 12/21/2018.
Wanted: Classroom Innovators! Toshiba America Foundation accepts applications from teachers who are passionate about making science and mathematics more engaging for their students. Grades 6 - 12. Deadline: Grant requests for $5,000 or less are accepted throughout the calendar year. Deadline: Grant requests for $5,000 or more are accepted and reviewed twice a year - May 1st and November 1st.
State Farm supports efforts to provide all children with an education that will allow them to reach their greatest potential and prepare them to participate in a nation and economy that continues as a global leader. Service Learning Grants - Max Amount: 5,000 Deadline: Oct. 31st