US Funding Sources

Here you’ll find a collection of funding opportunities available to support STEM activities in your school, after school or STEM club.

State Grants:

Select your state to find out which grants are available in your school area.

Alabama Funding Opportunities:

Alaska Funding Opportunities:

  • Alaska Science Teachers Association Grant: ASTA offers a mini-grant of up to $500 twice a year for a classroom project or activity. Applicants must be an Alaska resident and an ASTA member.
  • Anchorage Schools Foundation Small Grants Fund: Grants ranging from $100 – $750 to support classroom activities and projects that improve student attainment in the Anchorage School District. Applications are accepted from any school professionals and certified staff.
  • Chilkat Valley Community Foundation grant: This grant supports projects that enhance the quality of life for residents in the Chilkat Valley area and addresses immediate needs while working toward long-term improvements.

Arizona Funding Opportunities:

  • AEA Foundation for Teaching & Learning grants: Several grants that offer financial assistance to improve student achievement, encourage innovations in teaching and learning, and support training opportunities that improve the professional craft.
  • Agua Fria Foundation Grant: Grants available for projects that lack sufficient district funding but enhance the educational and curricular objectives of the AFUHSD. While the average grant request is $1500, individual grants of up to $3000 have been awarded for high impact, innovative programs. Application are accepted until January 10 and March 10, 2022
  • Chandler Education Foundation Grant: provides educational grants to teachers with the aim of increasing student engagement in the district of Chandler, Arizona.
  • Maricopa Education Foundation Grant: Te foundation intends to enhance and supplement the adopted school curriculum by providing grants to pre-K through to postgraduate in Maricopa.
  • The Sunnyside Foundation Grant: The Excellence in Education grant is offered once a year to SUSD educators and aims to provide educators with the resources to implement and improve access to elite programs at their schools. Individual grants of up to $2,000 are available for projects in multiple areas, including STEM.
  • Tempe Union High School Education Foundation Grant: The TUHSD Teacher and Administrator Grants are available for innovative projects ranging from $50 to $1,500 that boost student achievement at all grade levels and in all subject areas. Applications are available for teachers online all year.

Arkansas Funding Opportunities:

California Funding Opportunities:

  • Berkeley Public Education Foundation Grant: The aim of our classroom grants program is to enhance teaching of core academic subjects, support differentiated teaching and multi-modal learning styles, and encourage collaboration among teachers.
  • Canyon Crest Academy Foundation Grant: The donations raised by the CCA Foundation fund arts, engineering, technology, the sciences and humanities, college and career counseling, and athletic programs.
  • Carlsbad Educational Foundation Grant: Each of our nine elementary schools receives dedicated funding for elementary programs. This encompasses more than 10 programs in music, science, and innovation that enrich the elementary experience for every student, every day.
  • Davis Schools Foundation Grant: DSF is committed to providing financial support to enable DJUSD educators to teach in optimal conditions and environments for all students to learn successfully.
  • Irvine Public Schools Foundation Grant: IPSF promotes and recognizes innovation within IUSD through the Innovative Grants Program. These grants help to fund innovative approaches, which bring deeper meaning to curriculum and improve the educational experiences of students.
  • Loma Public Education Fund Grant: to raise funds for the Loma Prieta Joint Union School District (LPJUSD). EF funds are awarded to the district as specific program grants that directly support student learning. LPEF grants bridge the gap between what our schools receive in government  funding and the cost to educate each student.
  • Monrovia Schools Foundation Grant: The Monrovia Schools Foundation (“MSF”) has a primary purpose of attaining and preserving a superior public education system for the City of Monrovia by raising funds and working collaboratively with the parents, citizens, businesses and other community non-profits groups in supporting the Monrovia Unified School District in their pursuit in providing the highest quality education opportunity for their students.
  • Saddleback Valley Educational Foundation Grant: The mission of the Saddleback Valley Educational Foundation (SVEF) is to provide support resources to all students in the Saddleback Valley by enhancing the educational opportunities and experiences through partnering with school, home and community. The Saddleback Valley Educational Foundation (SVEF) has donated $43,000 to the SVUSD Middle Schools and continues to seek funding to support STEM programs in the High Schools and Elementary Schools.
  • San Francisco Education Fund Grant: The San Francisco Education Fund partners with Fund for Teachers to award San Francisco pre k-12 teachers with summer fellowships for self-designed professional growth. These opportunities are as unique as the teachers who design them.
  • Helena Public Schools Foundation Grant: We fund new, creative and innovative programs which enhance the curriculum. Applications are accepted from January through to March 2022.
  • The Foundation (Palm Springs Unified District) Grant: The Foundation’s Classroom Grant Program is an annual initiative through which district teachers and administrators apply for individual grants or larger collaborative grants in the arts, technology, and other areas.  It is the Foundation’s way of creating an effective grassroots incentive to encourage teachers to reach for excellence.
  • Torrey Pines High School Foundation Grant: The Torrey Pines High School Foundation (TPHSF) is the central facilitator for fundraising and distribution of grants that provide support for the programs that create an exceptional high school experience for students.
  • Tustin Public Schools Foundation Grant: Teachers – Have a new idea? Would you like to try a new project? Is something missing from your classroom? Apply for a TPSF Enrichment Grant. Enrichment Grants of up to $2,000 are available to Tustin Unified teachers to provide something extra for students. The 2022 application deadline is January 10.

Colorado Funding Opportunities:

  • Aspen Education Foundation Grant: Robotics program Robotics is a hands-on, innovative and fun program designed to engage students in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) while developing social/emotional skills for teamwork and collaboration. The focus is on getting students excited about acquiring skills that will help them in college and the workforce.
  • Cherry Creek Schools Foundation Grant: Educator Initiative Grants (EIG) are awarded to individual classroom teachers or teams teaching within Cherry Creek Schools. The grants are designed to encourage, facilitate, recognize and reward INNOVATIVE and creative instructional approaches used in accomplishing program objectives.
  • Clear Creek Education Foundation Grant: Teachers can apply for Teacher Innovative Grants to implement innovative, hands-on instructional ideas that enrich the learning experience for our students. Applications are accepted up until January 31, 2022.
  • Colorado School Safety Grants: A number of grant programs that support schools and local agencies in their efforts to prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from all types of emergencies and crisis situations.
  • Denver Public Schools Foundation Grant: The A to Z Fund provides materials, resources and opportunities that fall outside classroom budgets and has a lasting impact on students.
  • Donnell-Kay Foundation Grant: The Donnell-Kay Foundation aims to improve public education in Colorado through research, policy, creative dialogue, and critical thinking. We invest in projects, programs, and people who seek systemic solutions to strengthening the experience of learning for kids from birth to career.
  • Durango Education Foundation Grant: The GRETCHEN’S CLASSROOM GRANT
  • Established to honor lifelong educator, Gretchen Wilson,  This fund offers modest grants to teachers to help defray costs of classroom projects and materials not otherwise covered by the school budget.  Applications are taken throughout the academic year and are awarded depending on the availability of funds.
  • Education Foundation of St. Vrain Valley Schools Grant: The Teacher Innovation Grant Foundation encourages St. Vrain Valley School District teachers to submit grant applications for projects which support the District’s strategic direction, supplement standard curriculum and enhance efforts to meet student learning needs. For example STEM funding.
  • Foundation for Boulder Valley Schools Grant: we’ve provided supplemental funding and resources to students and educators in order to expand what’s possible in education. We prioritize initiatives and investments that benefit students overcoming the greatest obstacles by addressing economic and learning barriers that curtail success, increasing equity among our students, and closing opportunity gaps.
  • Jefferson Schools Foundation Grant: The Jeffco STEM Advisory Committee was formed to engage a variety of partners to inform STEM learning in schools and to build on the existing STEM education efforts from the community.
  • Mapleton Education Foundation Grant: The foundation offers grants to educators and schools to encouraging creativity and innovation in the classroom.
  • Poudre School District Education Foundation Grant: To ensure that all PSD students graduate prepared to be successful in our ever- changing world by demonstrating the sound results and principles of public education. Provides an innovative and unique educational opportunity for a classroom or program in grades K-12 outside the normal operations of the district via grant request process
  • Thompson Education Foundation Grant: TEF awards Great Idea Grants to TSD teachers and staff for the purpose of implementing an innovative project within education and instruction to enhance the student learning experience. A teacher or staff member may be selected to receive a grant up to $2,000. Applications are accepted until March 6, 2022.

Connecticut Funding Opportunities:

  • Avon Education Foundation Grant: The Avon Education Foundation provides support for creative and innovative programs and opportunities in public and community education for Avon learners of all ages.
  • Bethel Education Foundation Grant: The Bethel Education Foundation promotes innovation, creativity, and excellence in learning for our children and the community. Applications are accepted from any teacher or lead project director in the area and projects should focus on encouraging students’ creativity and innovation.
  • Branford Education Foundation Grant: The mission of the Branford Community Foundation is to preserve and promote the quality of life in Branford, Connecticut, now and for generations to come, through various focus areas including education.
  • Coginchaug Valley Education Foundation Grant: The Coginchaug Valley Education Foundation was founded in 2008 with the aim of promoting excellence, innovation and creativity through education by awarding grants and supporting programs.
  • Fairfield Foundation for Education Grant: Awarding over $53,000 in grants to date, the foundation aims to promote innovation creativity and excellence in Fairfield Public Schools.
  • Farmington Public School Foundation Grant: The foundation’s teacher-initiated grants are awarded on an annual basis to encourage Farmington Public School educators to create programs that engage and excite students, as well as enhance their standard curriculums.
  • Litchfield Education Foundation Grant: LEF awards educators in the Litchfield area with grants for after-school enrichment, classroom projects and innovative technology and resources that deepen the educational experience.

Delaware Funding Opportunities:

  • Delaware Community Foundation Grant: Various community grants that support the work of nonprofits addressing Delaware’s greatest needs and opportunities, with the aim to build opportunity and advance equity.

Florida Funding Opportunities:

  • Alachua County Education Foundation Grant: The foundation’s Catalyst for Change program invests in local public schools and teachers in Alachua County, supporting innovative classroom initiatives that foster student engagement and success.
  • Bay Education Foundation Grant: The purpose of the foundation’s Grants for Great Ideas program is to support individual educators or groups of educators in their design and implementation of projects supporting educational literacy.
  • Brevard Education Foundation Grant: All Brevard County Public School teachers are invited to apply for the Bright Ideas Classroom Grant funding for initiatives and programs in support of student achievement. The intention of Brevard Schools Foundation is to encourage teachers to implement creative projects in areas of need where school budgets cannot be used.
  • Broward Education Foundation Grant: Any teacher or school-based administrator in Broward County Public Schools working with grades preK–12 is eligible to apply for a Broward Education Foundation Innovative Teacher Grant. The grant aims to fund original and innovative projects that will enhance teaching and improve learning outcomes.
  • Charlotte Local Education Foundation Grant: The Charlotte Local Education Foundation Programs meet the needs of students and teachers in Charlotte County, by providing much needed resources for students and materials for the teachers to use in the classrooms.

Georgia Funding Opportunities:

  • Bartow County Schools Education Foundation Grant: The Mission of the Bartow County Education Foundation is to support the Bartow County School System in providing world-class educational opportunities for its students and teaching community. Reward innovation in the classroom through teacher grants
  • Candler County Educational Foundation Grant: The purpose of the Foundation is to provide a means through which grants and gifts contributed by individuals, businesses, corporations and other resources can be utilized to enhance the educational opportunities in Candler County Public Schools.
  • Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation Grant: Various teacher grants including the Gas South Innovative STEAM Grant and Veronica Crawford Scholarship for Teachers High School teacher and administrator.
  • Lakeside High School Foundation Grant: The Lakeside High School Foundation supports and implements impactful, sustainable opportunities and initiatives that complement the school’s efforts to build a strong educational focus and a vibrant school community.
  • Paulding Education Foundation Grant: The Paulding Education Foundation is passionate about supporting our educators to do the impactful work they do with our students. The Foundation has given over $90,000 in grants back to our educators in order to enrich the education of our students.

Idaho Funding Opportunities:

  • Blaine County Education Foundation Grant: The foundation provides teacher grants for classroom enrichment materials to enhance student learning. A maximum of $1,000 can be awarded to a single teacher, or teachers and administrators can work collaboratively to combine amounts for larger requests.Applications for the 1st grant cycle are due September 30th. Applications for the 2nd grant cycle are due February 1st.
  • Boise Public Schools Education Foundation Grant: Innovation Grants give educators who dare to explore, experiment and think big the additional resources needed to develop exciting new classroom experiences for students at every grade level.
  • Idaho CapEd Foundation Grant
  • Idaho Falls District 91 Education Foundation Grant: A number of grants that educators can apply for to provide unique experiences for students or enhance learning inside or outside the classroom and provide classroom resources
  • Lewiston Independent Foundation for Education Grant: One concrete way to support classroom teachers is through Impact Grants. Each year, L.I.F.E. sponsors an educational grant award program to benefit the students and staff of the Lewiston School District. Entitled “Impact Grants,” the program is designed to provide awards of up to $1,000 to teachers and other interested citizens and groups to fund innovative educational projects.
  • McCall-Donnelly Education Foundation Grant: The McCall – Donnelly Education Foundation is now accepting applications for projects that provide new and innovative programs that drive academic success
  • Teton Valley Education Foundation Grant: The foundation offers classroom grants to educators who dare to explore, experiment, and think big the additional resources needed to develop exciting new classroom experiences or fund critical needs that help ensure students have equitable access to high-quality instruction at every grade level.
  • Twin Falls School District Education Foundation Grant: The Education Foundation Teacher Mini Grant supports and promotes excellence in education in the areas of Academics, Student activities and Technology. The application deadline is February 28.

Illinois Funding Opportunities:

Indiana Funding Opportunities:

  • Anderson Education Foundation Grant: The Anderson Education’s Impact Grant is open to all Anderson Community Schools employees looking to fund a project or experience up to $5,000.
  • Beech Grove Education Foundation Grant: The mission of the Beech Grove Education Foundation is to promote community support for excellence in education, and to provide the resources for new projects and creative approaches for existing programs, in order to prepare students to successfully meet the challenges of the future.
  • Carmel Education Foundation Grant: The Carmel Education Foundation is supports students in academic achievement and lifelong learning by investing in classroom grants that support innovation, enhance student achievement, and inspire student learning.
  • Center Grove Education Foundation Grant: The Center Grove Education Foundation supports Center Grove students, teachers, administrators and staff through their teacher grant and professional development programs.
  • Community Foundation of Madison & Jefferson County Grant: Since 1991, the Community Foundation has made a significant impact on programs and projects in Jefferson County though their grants program. Educators can apply for STEM funding through their competitive grant cycle, which is awarded once a year.

Iowa Funding Opportunities:

  • CB Cares Education Foundation Grant: Since 2012, the Foundation has awarded more than $140,000 in Innovative Learning Grants to encourage teachers to pilot new ideas and bring to life the ideas of these visionary educators that wouldn’t be possible within the district’s regular budget.
  • Cedar Rapids Community Schools Foundation Grant: The Foundation accepts applications from each of the District schools to apply for School Project grants up to $10,000.
  • Dubuque Community School District Foundation Grant: The foundation’s Every Child / Every Promise program aims ensure that all young people will succeed in school, a career and in the community by providing necessary learning opportunities.
  • Grinnell-Newburg Educational Excellence Grant: GNSF Mini-Grants support excellence in teaching and the learning process and since 2006, GNSF has awarded more than 100 academic mini-grants to Grinnell-Newburg teachers for projects which enhance academic achievement.
  • Hinton Community School District Foundation Grant: The Hinton Community School Foundation aims to generate resources to provide the students at Hinton Community Schools with the best opportunities for learning and becoming successful adults.
  • Keokuk Community Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation aims to increase children educational success through their mini grants. Any staff member of the Keokuk Community Schools may apply for a mini grant.

Kansas Funding Opportunities:

  • Andover Advantage Foundation Grant: The foundation awards grants to supplement and support academic excellence and classroom innovation in Andover schools. Grants are awarded for new technology, instructional programs, classroom tools, and other educational initiatives.
  • Blue Valley Educational Foundation Grant: The Foundation empowers teachers to go beyond traditional classroom limits with extra support to allow for a personalized approach and maximized outcomes.
  • North Kansas City Schools Education Foundation Grant: Dan Kahler Innovative Teaching Grants Program funds enhanced teaching and learning opportunities. All district staff may apply and there is a specific grant type focusing on STEAM projects. Application deadline is March 4, 2022.
  • Olathe Public Schools Foundation Grant: Certified educators may apply for an innovative classroom grant of up to $2,500. Application deadline is February 23, 2022.
  • Salina Education Foundation Grant: Various grants awarded to educators to improve teaching and attainment.
  • Shawnee Mission Education Foundation Grant: Through the Excellence in Education Classroom Grant, the foundation funds innovative projects. Educators can apply for grants of up to $3,500 for projects that foster innovative and challenging teaching and learning. Application deadline is January 14, 2022.
  • Spring Hill Education Foundation Grant: The foundation offers grants of up to $50,000 for District, $10,000 for Campus, $3,000 for Teams or $1,500 for a teacher annually. Funding is provided for projects that enhance existing technology and for acquiring new technology to support education reforms and student achievement.
  • Geary Community Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation provides grants up to $1,000 for teachers and schools to fund innovative and creative classroom projects or experiences which impact the entire school population. Grant applications are open each Fall.

Kentucky Funding Opportunities:

Louisiana Funding Opportunities:

Maine Funding Opportunities:

  • Brunswick Community Education Foundation Grant: The foundation offers classroom-based grants to projects that complement, enrich, or expand upon the curriculum in a specific teacher’s classroom and school grants to projects that enhance educational opportunities and foster collaboration within a grade level, between grade levels, within a subject area or department, or throughout the school. Application deadline is January 18, 2022.
  • Davis Educational Foundation Grant: The foundation’s objectives in making grants are to assist institutions in supporting more effective teaching and learning and/or controlling costs. The foundation operates two grant programs. Implementation Grants represent the original grantmaking program and are available for any of the foundation’s objectives – teaching and learning and/or cost and affordability. The Presidential Grant Program (see tab on menu bar) was more recently introduced as an entry point for addressing cost and affordability objectives. The application deadlines are March 15, May 13 and September 30
  • Education Foundation of the Kennebunks/Arundel Grant: The EFKA Supports STEM and projects that introduce students to the latest technologies and ideas in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
  • Falmouth Education Foundation Grant: Falmouth Education Foundation exists to support academics, athletics, and the arts throughout the Falmouth, Maine Community. We offer opportunities twice a year for anyone in the community to bring forth their idea of the needs within our community and for our children.
  • Gorham Educational Foundation Grant: Gorham Educational Foundation is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in the Gorham public schools.  We support programs that encourage a thirst for knowledge, respect for the community, and responsible citizenship.  Our core goals are to enrich learning, promote ethics and leadership, and support excellence in teaching.
  • Libra Foundation Grant: Since its inception, the Foundation has pursued its goal of improving Maine residents’ quality of life by leveraging its financial assets to spur economic development, further entrepreneurial activity and create jobs in the State of Maine. Thus far, the organization has worked to realize its goals primarily by making grants to organizations that it expects to develop innovative and sustainable Maine-based business initiatives and programs that provide for the welfare and betterment of children. The aforementioned activities comprise the lion’s share of Libra Foundation’s charitable giving.
  • Maine Community Foundation Grant: A number of grants available to support the local community. For instance, the Welch Charitable Fund supports organizations in the Greater Portland area who support youth and education and the John and Ellen Emery Science Grants supports teachers by providing grants to increase or improve science learning opportunities.
  • Marshwood Education Foundation Grant: The MEF understands the demands and time constraints that educators face. To help facilitate ideas that encourage innovation and excellence quickly we are now offering mini grants to all educators, administrators and community members in the RSU 35 community.
  • Scarborough Education Foundation Grant: Grants are awarded for the purpose of supporting innovative and creative initiatives that will enhance the curriculum for students in grades K-12 of the Scarborough public schools.
  • Yarmouth Education Foundation Grant: The Yarmouth Education Foundation’s (YEF) mission is to promote and enhance educational excellence by generating independent funding for innovative educational projects, enrichment programs and other creative educational initiatives that fall outside the standard budget and support the curriculum.
  • The Brunswick Community Education Foundation: Classroom-Based Grants: Projects that complement, enrich, or expand upon the curriculum in a specific teacher’s classroom. School Grants: Projects that enhance educational opportunities and foster collaboration within a grade level, between grade levels, within a subject area or department, or throughout the school. Application deadline is January 18, 2022.

Maryland Funding Opportunities:

  • 21st Century Education Foundation Grant: The Digital Classroom Project was launched to provide technology to schools where students had limited access to hand-held computer devices. What started with providing tablets and a charging cart to schools where the need for technology was great, has expanded to include other technological devices.
  • Baltimore Community Foundation Grant: BCF promotes the success of Baltimore’s young people by supporting effective public schools and equipping neighborhoods with the resources they need.
  • Community Foundation of Harford County Grant: These funds are designed to meet the changing and emerging needs of the Harford County community. Grants may be used for programs/projects needs or operational costs to provide services to Harford County residents in the areas of education.
  • Delaplaine Foundation Grant: Delaplaine Foundation is committed to the support of students, educators, academic programs, and institutions through the funding of educational initiatives, tuition assistance programs and operational support.
  • Fund for Educational Excellence Grant: The Fund works closely with Baltimore City Public Schools to raise and secure external investment that supports the district’s highest-priority needs.
  • Howard County Public Schools Educational Foundation Grant: The foundation provides funding through their staff and teacher grants to HCPSS teachers and staff to support innovative instructional projects that build 21st century skills for students in areas such as STEM.
  • The Community Foundation of Frederick County Grant: The grant making program supports a wide variety of community interests and causes with one end goal in mind: improving the quality of life in Frederick County. Application deadline is May 1, 2022.
  • The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools Grant: Grants For Elementary, Middle And High Schools are awarded to project funds that contribute to essential knowledge and skills students must have to be successful in life and employment in the 21st century.
  • Washington County Public Schools Education Foundation Grant: Each year the Education Foundation of WCPS awards thousands of dollars in grants to Washington County Public Schools educators to implement their innovative project ideas.

Massachusetts Funding Opportunities:

  • Andover Fund for Education Grant: Since 2005, the foundation has granted over $920,000 to Andover schools, through their ACE program. Focused on innovation and impact, ACE funds initiatives with the potential for sustainability and scalability across the Andover school system.
  • Arlington Education Foundation Grant: The foundations Innovations in Education Grants support innovative teaching and learning projects.
  • Bedford Education Foundation Grant: The Bedford Education Foundation promotes classroom innovation and empowers teachers and students to meet the growing challenges of the 21st century, through their direct grants.
  • Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation Grant: The Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation awards numerous competitive education grants every year.
  • Blackstone Valley Education Foundation Grant: The BVEF School Grant Program supports local education in the Blackstone Valley area.
  • Cohasset Education Foundation Grant: The foundation encourages innovation and creativity in the classroom by providing our teachers and schools with the incremental resources needed to turn a great idea into a reality.
  • Gloucester Education Foundation Grant: Since 2005, GEF has raised more than $8.7 million in funding for innovative programs in the Gloucester Public Schools.
  • Groton Dunstable Education Foundation Grant: The Groton Dunstable Education Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to enhancing the success of our public schools by providing funding for innovative, inspiring programs and opportunities.
  • Hopkinton Education Foundation Grant: The Hopkinton Education Foundation was founded in 1992 to help advance innovation in the Hopkinton Public Schools.  The organization funds grants submitted by educators within the school district and covers areas in STEM and more!
  • Lexington Education Foundation Grant: The Lexington Education Foundation is a community-based non-profit organization that funds innovative educational activities that address the Lexington Public Schools’ priorities but fall outside the scope of school budgets.
  • Mary Lyon Foundation Grant: The foundation supports educators by awarding grants that promote excellence in the classroom and enrich curriculum development. Funds can be used to purchase resources so that teaching and learning are innovative, and our students are competitive.
  • Maynard Education Foundation Grant: The Maynard Education Foundation funds proposals that bring innovative ideas to Maynard Public Schools and provide opportunities for students that are not typically covered by the schools’ budget.
  • Milton Foundation for Education Grant: The Milton Foundation for Education is a not-for-profit corporation, established to support innovative programs and opportunities that are beyond the reach of the school system’s budget.
  • Natick Education Foundation Grant: The Natick Education Foundation is a non-profit, organization dedicated to enriching, enhancing and supporting Natick’s public education system.
  • Newton Schools Foundation Grant: Over the past five years, Newton Schools Foundation has granted the Newton Public Schools more than $750,000 to support educational initiatives from K-12.
  • Northampton Education Foundation Grant: The Northampton Education Foundation is a non-profit organization created to fund projects that expand educational opportunities, foster creativity, and enhance academic experiences in Northampton’s public schools.
  • Norwell Education Foundation Grant: Since 1992, the Norwell Education Foundation has awarded more than $500,000 in Grants to enrich student education at all grade levels in the Norwell Public Schools.
  • Sharon Education Foundation Grant: The foundation accepts funding applications from all Sharon Public School staff for enrichment projects and professional development that benefit the school community.
  • Shrewsbury Education Foundation Grant: The Shrewsbury Education Foundation works to support the implementation of innovative educational programs that benefit students of the Shrewsbury Public Schools.
  • The Winchester Foundation for Educational Excellence Grant: The foundation provides education grants to fund innovative programs that directly involve students.
  • Wellesley Education Foundation Grant: WEF’s mission is to advance innovation and excellence through funding opportunities in the Wellesley Public Schools.

Michigan Funding Opportunities:

Minnesota Funding Opportunities:

  • Anoka-Hennepin Education Foundation Grant: AHEF aim to close opportunity gaps for Anoka-Hennepin students every day by providing funding for equitable and innovative experiences for students.
  • Edina Community Foundation Fund Grant: The foundation aims to fulfil student’s educational needs by providing grant opportunities to the EPS student body in the areas STEAM and more.
  • Foundation for Eden Prairie Schools Grant: The foundation aims to support and enhance excellence in Eden Prairie Public Schools through their grant program and since 1998, have awarded over $1,000,000.
  • Foundation for Winona Area Public Schools Grant: The Foundation aims to enrich and expand educational opportunities in Winona Area Public Schools by supporting important programs and projects that would otherwise not be available via normal district resources.
  • Hastings Public Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation’s “What If” grant program aims to support new and exciting learning opportunities for students (pre-K-12).
  • Hopkins Education Foundation Grant: The foundation awards 12.7% of their grants to supporting STEM education in Hopkins Public Schools.
  • Red Wing Public Schools Foundation Grant: The Red Wing Public Schools Foundation’s mission is to “Enrich, Enhance, and Endow the educational experience of Red Wing’s students”.  Every year, applications are accepted from Red Wing teachers for projects that introduce students to new technology, provide classroom supplies and enhance every student’s education.
  • Rockford Education Foundation Grant: Each year the Rockford Education Foundation contributes funding to improve and enhance learning for all students in the Rockford Area Schools.
  • Seven Dreams Education Foundation Grant: The foundation enhances classroom learning through their hands-on learning grants. These grants are awarded to projects that encourage creativity in the classroom.
  • The Minnetonka Public Schools Foundation Grant: Since 1986, the foundation has funded innovative technology, programs, materials, and experiences in Minnetonka schools, with the aim of preparing students for success in our rapidly changing world.
  • The New Prague Area Education Foundation Grant: The New Prague Area Education Foundation supports innovation in the classroom with grants for projects initiated by NPAS teachers and staff members who dream of trying something new.
  • The Partnership Plan (Stillwater Area Public Schools) Grant: The foundation’s classroom grants support teachers great ideas with the aim of inspiring students and enhancing the classroom.
  • White Bear Lake Area Educational Foundation Grant: The Foundation’s classroom grants aim to enrich existing curriculum and support the School District’s goal of achieving excellence in education.

Mississippi Funding Opportunities:

  • Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi Grant: The Community Foundation offers 4 competitive grant programs which focus on Early Childhood Education, the Future of Northwest Mississippi, Place-Based Education & Civic Engagement, and Technology in Education. The Community Foundation’s competitive grant programs are offered twice a year with deadlines of March 1st and September 1st.
  • Foundation for the Mid South Grant: The foundation aims to improve high school graduation rates, college preparedness and life outcomes of students by supporting innovative ideas that promote education in the community.
  • The Greater Pinebelt Community Foundation Grant: Keep an eye on the foundations open grants, which offer an opportunity for any regional charity to apply for funding through a competitive granting process.

Missouri Funding Opportunities:

  • Belton Educational Foundation Grant: The foundation offers educational funding through the Teacher Grants for Innovation Program.
  • Center Educational Foundation Grant: The heart and soul of the Foundation’s mission is to support the students and teachers of the Center School District by giving grants to teachers for projects that enhance student learning.
  • Columbia Public Schools Foundation Grant: The Columbia Public Schools Foundation (CPSF) was founded in 1996 on the premise that every child needs a strong foundation. Created as an endowment for Columbia’s youth, CPSF supports quality programs that directly and positively impact student learning.
  • Jefferson City Public School Foundation Grant: Each year, the Jefferson City Public Schools (JCPS) Foundation has the honor to provide additional monetary support for innovative teaching ideas and specific educational needs through building and teacher grants. Application deadline is February 4.
  • Ladue Education Foundation Grant: The mission of the Ladue Education Foundation & Alumni Association is to advance the excellence of the Ladue School District and enhance its legacy by expanding opportunities for student success through their grants program.
  • Lee’s Summit Educational Foundation Grant: PEAK Grants are competitive classroom grants that Promote Excellence And Knowledge. Teachers apply for these grants annually. PEAK Grants cover a large variety of curricular areas and touch the lives of many students of all ages. Grants ranging from $100 to approximately $5,000 are awarded by a surprise squad of Foundation board members called the PEAK Patrol. Application deadline is February 23, 2022.
  • Lindbergh Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation provides innovation grants to enhance learning in the classroom.
  • Park Hill School District Education Foundation Grant: In keeping with the mission of the Park Hill School District Education Foundation, Inc., Classroom Grants are awarded to further promote life-long learning opportunities for Park Hill students. These grants are awarded to full-time Park Hill educators for projects or programs that utilize innovative teaching techniques. Application deadline is January 31, 2022.
  • Raytown Educational Foundation Grant: Teaching & Learning Grants are competitive grants that encourage innovative teaching, enhance learning, and/or strengthen ties between schools and the community.
  • Sedalia School District Foundation Grant: Mini Grants fund innovative instruction in district classrooms. Mini Grants are an important part of the Foundation’s vision to provide all Sedalia School District students with innovative opportunities.

Montana Funding Opportunities:

  • Billings Public Schools Education Foundation Grant: The Education Foundation provides grants to educators in Billings Public Schools to encourage innovation and excellence in the classroom. Application deadline is March 23, 2022.
  • Bozeman Schools Foundation Grant: The Spark Grant program gives teachers and staff the opportunity to implement creative and innovative programs that would not otherwise be funded.
  • Butte Education Foundation Grant: The foundation provides grants that bring teachers ideas to life and by giving out teachers every tool they need to bring innovation, creativity and enthusiasm into the classroom to enhance the curriculum.
  • Havre Education Foundation Grant: The Foundations seeks to support a wide range of educational activities both in and out of the classroom. Small grant awards typically range from $300 to $1,000 and will generally be made to those applicants that have the greatest opportunity for positively affecting the students and staff of Havre Public Schools
  • Helena Education Foundation Grant: Great educators make great schools. The Helena Education Foundation supports Helena’s educators by providing grants that bring their great ideas to life. Applications are accepted until February 1, 2022.
  • Kalispell Education Foundation Grant: The foundation funds everything from robot building in kindergarten, interactive frog dissection in middle school and DNA barcoding in high school. The limits of foundation funding are only those of your own imagination.
  • Livingston Education Foundation Grant: The foundation sims to enrich education in the Livingston Public Schools, putting money directly into the hands of classroom teachers, helping educators take ideas for innovative teaching strategies and make them a reality.
  • Missoula Education Foundation Grant: The foundation aims to provide opportunities for enhanced student learning, foster teacher creativity, and recognize the exceptional educators in Missoula County Public Schools.
  • Plentywood Education & Alumni Foundation Grant: The Great Ideas Grant Program is a cornerstone of The Plentywood Education Foundation’s mission to enrich education in the Plentywood Public Schools.

Nebraska Funding Opportunities:

Nevada Funding Opportunities:

  • Nevada STEM Coalition Grant: K-5 STEM Grants seek to promote equitable access to and increased quality of STEM programs in elementary schools in order to better prepare students for a career pathway to success in the New Nevada.
  • NV Energy Foundation Grant: The foundation awards grants in support of projects that benefit education and STEM with the aim of having long lasting impacts in the communities they serve.
  • Washoe K-12 Education Foundation: A funding organization in the nation that provides resources necessary to ensure all Washoe County School District students graduate college and/or are highly skilled and career ready.

New Hampshire Funding Opportunities:

  • Lisbon Regional School Education Foundation Grant: The purpose of the Foundation is to support and enhance the educational experience of students in the Lisbon Regional School by raising and providing financial support for school-related groups and programs.
  • Nashua Education Foundation Grant: The foundation provides mini-grants and program grant to programs that creatively enhance the education and instruction of students in any academic discipline. Application deadline is April 15 and November 15.
  • Rye Education Foundation Grant: Any teacher, staff member, or school representative of the Rye School District can apply for a grant.
  • The Barker Foundation Grant: Provides funding for various community ares including education.
  • The Clipper Foundation Grant: The foundation provides grants that strive for excellence in education by creating opportunities for educators to “push the envelope” by piloting cutting edge programs and innovative teaching practices that advance the curriculum goals of the district. Application deadline is January 23, 2022.
  • The Davis Foundations Grant: The foundation’s objectives in making grants are to assist institutions in supporting more effective teaching and learning and/or controlling costs. Application deadlines are March 15, May 13 and September 30.

New Jersey Funding Opportunities:

  • Bloomfield Educational Foundation Grant: The foundation’s Joseph Kliminski Teacher Grant gives $500 for certain educational projects that are outside of the traditional school budget for which they need funding. These grants allow our teachers to think out of the box and create space through which their creativity can blossom.
  • Branchburg Education Foundation Grant: The BEF encourages teachers and staff at the Branchburg Public Schools and Somerville High School to submit grant requests for innovative, creative, and enhanced educational experiences and opportunities that complement the school’s curriculum.
  • Chatham Education Foundation Grant: The Chatham Education Foundation supports educational excellence in the School District of the Chathams through parent and community donations.
  • East Brunswick Education Foundation Grant: The East Brunswick Education Foundation supports schools in East Brunswick by providing various mini grants to educators for innovative projects.
  • Franklin Lakes Education Foundation Grant: It is the mission of the FLEF to raise funds to help to enrich educational opportunities for the students of all 4 Franklin Lakes Public Schools that might not otherwise be provided.

New Mexico Funding Opportunities:

  • Albuquerque Public Schools Education Foundation Grant: Classroom grants in the areas of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), Fine Arts and Literacy, ranging from $1,500 for a single classroom and $5,000 for a team of multiple classrooms.
  • Golden Apple Foundation of New Mexico Grant: Through the years, the Golden Apple Foundation of New Mexico has proudly provided scholarships and grants to teachers, supporting their innovative ideas and lessons. Grants have provided support to create new and innovative science experiments, help students to explore music from other countries, and broaden the learning experience.
  • Las Cruces Public Schools Foundation Grant: Teachers, principals, school administrators, social workers, counselors, and/or ancillary staff can apply for grants that benefit individual classrooms, or their entire school community.
  • New Mexico Library Foundation Grant: STEM innovation grants provide students appropriate opportunities to grow an innate interest in STEM and opportunities that improve and develop the content knowledge and instruction skills of PreK-12 STEM teachers. Application deadline in November 30.
  • Sante Fe Public Schools Partners in Education Foundation Grant: The foundation funds innovative, standards-based classroom projects.
  • The Stocker Foundation Grant: The Stocker Foundation has one competitive grant cycle annually focused on improved academic outcomes for prekindergarten through eighth grade public school students. Application deadline is December 31.
  • Three Rivers Education Foundation Grant: The Three Rivers Education Foundation has helped districts, and others, build and fund programs to meet specific education needs.

New York Funding Opportunities:

North Carolina Funding Opportunities:

  • Foundation for the Carolinas Grant: Managing dozens of competitive grant programs, the foundation aims to invest in local communities by offering funding to educational institutions to help bring their visions to life.
  • Community Foundation of Henderson County Grant: The foundation’s Community Grants program encourages applications from individuals or organizations that aim to enhance or improve current resources, demonstrate collaboration and are relevant to community needs.

North Dakota Funding Opportunities

Ohio Funding Opportunities:

  • Hilliard Education Foundation Grant: The foundation funds new, innovative or unique learning projects and accepts requests of $5,000 or less. Application deadline date is February 28, 2022.
  • Kettering Education Foundation Grant: The foundation provides teachers with grants of up to $1,000 for the opportunity to put creative ideas into practice to enrich the standard curriculum in ways that directly affect students’ day-to-day educational experiences.
  • Medina City Schools Foundation Grant: The Foundation awards $20,000 annually in classroom grants to advance the curriculum goals the Medina City Schools, provide resources, and create new ideas and pilot technology programs.
  • Milford Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation accepts project requests that support the academic programs of the Milford Exempted Village School District.

Oklahoma Funding Opportunities:

  • Bartlesville Public School Foundation Grant: With a budget of $20,000, classroom grants are open to certified employees in Bartlesville public schools. Classroom grants are awarded to fund new or innovative approaches that supplement programs and expand existing curriculum.
  • Guthrie Educational Foundation Grant: The foundation provides funding to support the development of innovative teaching projects and needed materials and supplies for classroom success.
  • Lawton Public School Foundation Grant: The foundation provides funding to help fill gaps created by continuing cuts in the Lawton Public Schools educational budgets, ensuring the highest level of public education possible for students.
  • Mid-Del Public Schools Foundation Grant: The Foundation’s Excellence in Education grant program helps fund classroom projects that encourage and promote students’ ingenuity and imagination, or that inspire excellence and innovation in the classroom and school setting and create positive impact in learning and instruction.
  • Moore Public Schools Foundation Grant: Various grants available to support special programmes and purchase of classroom material to ensure innovative teaching.
  • Oakdale School Foundation Grant: The foundation provides grants that allow enrichment opportunities for Oakdale school students. Application deadline is February 11, 2022.
  • Putnam City Schools Foundation Grant: The YES! Grant aims to provide a number of classroom grants to support teachers throughout the district.

Oregon Funding Opportunities:

  • Albany Public Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation’s classroom grant program aims to support teachers who promote innovative and enriching projects and programs for Greater Albany Public School District students. Priority is given to projects that provide enrichment opportunities in the areas of STEM.
  • Beaverton Education Foundation Grant: The Beaverton Education Foundation recognizes the importance of integrated STEAM education and has funded a wide variety of successful projects through their Building STEAM 4 All program.
  • Bethel Education Foundation Grant: The mission of the Bethel Education Foundation is to enhance and invest in educational excellence in Bethel School District through their classroom grants program.
  • Canby Educational Foundation Grant: Founded in 1997, the foundation aims to enhance and enrich education opportunities for all students of the Canby School District through financial assistance and community involvement.
  • Corvallis Public Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation’s IMAGINE grants program aims to encourage innovative ideas that advance equity and enhance students’ experiences in their school communities.
  • Eugene Education Foundation Grant: The mission of the Eugene Education Foundation is to promote educational excellence and opportunities for all students in Eugene School District 4J.
  • Hermiston Education Foundation Grant: The Hermiston Education Foundation supports two levels of classroom grants: Basic Grants (up to $1,000) and Limited Grants (up to $5,000). Grants are provided to projects that provide significant enhancement to children’s education.
  • Hillsboro Schools Foundation Grant: HSF supports projects that put the tools of exploration, imagination and self-expression directly in students’ hands, providing them with opportunities they would not otherwise have under normal school funding.
  • Lane Education Foundation Grant:
  • McMinnville Education Foundation Grant: The McMinnville Education Foundation awards mini grants of up to $1,000 to teachers in the McMinnville School District to support teacher-innovated ideas.
  • North Clackamas Education Foundation Grant: NCEF’s Enrichment Grants aim to “Bridge the gap to ensure students are engaged and ready to learn.” NCEF’s fund creative projects and the average grant size ranges from $800 to $1,500.
  • Parkrose Educational Foundation Grant: The Parkrose Educational Foundation aim to distribute funding to enhance the educational experiences of students in Parkrose Public Schools.
  • Riverdale Education Foundation Grant: The Foundation provides grants to achieve their mission of filling the gap between public funding sources and what is needed to provide Riverdale children with an exceptional education.
  • Sisters Schools Foundation Grant: The Sisters Schools Foundation generates and distributes financial resources to enrich, supplement and enhance education opportunities for all students in the Sisters School District.
  • Springfield Education Foundation Grant: The Springfield Education Foundation awards grants annually to provide enriching learning opportunities for students attending Springfield Public Schools.

Pennsylvania Funding Opportunities:

  • Altoona Area School District Education Foundation Grant: The Altoona Area School District Foundation supports the creation of exciting and innovative educational ideas through the Venture Grants for Teachers Program. Grant awards of up to $1000 are awarded to aid teachers in the design and development of educational materials for the implementation of innovative and creative classroom projects that will enhance student learning.
  • Armstrong School District Education Foundation Grant: The Armstrong School District Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance and enrich the learning experiences of our students by encouraging and supporting the development of educational programs.
  • Beaver County Foundation Grant: The Foundation encourages grant applications for innovative and creative projects that address problems to be solved or opportunities to be seized in the Beaver County area in many areas including education.
  • Chambersburg Area School District Education Foundation Grant: The Chambersburg Area School District Foundation administers a teacher grant program each year for innovative programs and equipment unique to a project or curriculum not funded in the regular district budget.

Rhode Island Funding Opportunities:

  • Barrington Education Foundation Grant: Over the past years, BEF has funded grants totalling over $1,000,000 for innovative educational programs. Applications are welcome from any faculty or staff member within the Barrington School District and collaboration across classrooms, grades, and schools is highly encouraged.
  • Newport Public Education Foundation Grant: Enrichment Grants are provided to educational projects that are not ordinarily funded by the school operating budget.
  • Portsmouth Public Education Foundation Grant: Educational Excellence Grants are awarded to projects that are not ordinarily funded by the school operating budget. Grants can range to up to $1500 and can be used to purchase project materials, provide off-site educational opportunities, or support curricula goals.
  • South Kingstown Education Foundation Grant: The foundation awards grants for special activities, innovative projects and programs that enhance learning in the South Kingstown Public schools.
  • The Bristol Warren Education Foundation Grant: Mini-grants are provided for programs that engage students in STEM learning and up to $1,000.

South Carolina Funding Opportunities:

  • Beaufort County Foundation for Educational Excellence Grant: The Foundation for Educational Excellence gives Educational Teacher Grants to teachers whose educational activities and projects surpass regular school lessons. These innovative teacher and school resource grants fund learning projects that go beyond the basic, empowering inventive teachers to transform the educational experience and spark inquisitive young minds.
  • Coastal Community Foundation Grant: The Foundation provides various grants for educational projects in their service area.
  • Foundation for Fort Mill Schools Grant: The TEC Dowling Memorial Grant for Technology in the Classroom provide funding of up to $500 for the implementation of new technology, the upgrade of existing technology, or the provision of technology training, that directly benefits the classroom.
  • Public Education Partners Foundation Grant: The PEP Classroom Innovative Grant supports teachers in developing creative and innovative strategies that engage and enhance student learning. Application deadline is February 4, 2022.
  • Rock Hill School District Foundation Grant: Rock Hill Education Foundation raises thousands of dollars to give grant money to teachers to be more creative in the classroom.
  • Sisters of Charity Foundation Grant: The foundation offers grants to organizations creating and sustaining pathways to economic mobility and self-sufficiency in South Carolina.
  • Spring Valley Education Foundation Grant: Spring Valley Education Foundation raises funds to promote educational programs.

South Dakota Funding Opportunities:

  • Arrow Education Foundation Grant: Each year, the Arrow Education Foundation awards grants to Watertown School District staff for innovative programs and materials that are beyond the scope of the regular school district budget to enhance the educational experience of WSD students. Application deadline is February 4, 2022.
  • Madison Central School Educational Foundation Grant: The Norm Johnson Educator Innovative Grants are awarded for innovative and creative educational projects. The project may be for a classroom, a grade level, a school, several schools, or the total Madison Central School District.
  • Sioux Falls Public Schools Education Foundation Grant: The Sioux Falls Public Schools Education Foundation champions teachers and students by encouraging, promoting, and funding creative and innovative teaching strategies in order to enhance and enrich education in all Sioux Falls Public Schools. Application deadline is February 3, 2022.

Tennessee Funding Opportunities:

Texas Funding Opportunities:

  • A+ Federal Credit Union Education Foundation Grant: The A+ Education Foundation awards grants up to $1,500 to A+FCU members who are professionally certified educators teaching pre-K – 12. Since 2005, the A+ Education Foundation has awarded over $1,117,800 to 1,142 educators.
  • Arlington ISD Education Foundation Grant: The Arlington ISD Education Foundation is a non-profit organization formed in 1994 to serve the public school students of Arlington through fulfilling extraordinary educational needs and initiatives.
  • Bryan ISD Education Foundation Grant: The Bryan ISD Education Foundation’s Grants-To-Teachers Program was created to enrich and maximize the quality of education in the Bryan schools by providing financial support for programs that assist in achieving academic excellence.
  • Canyon ISD Education Foundation Grant: The Excellence in Education Grants program strives to enrich educational excellence in Canyon ISD Educator Grants by funding innovative instructional programs not currently supported by traditional tax-based revenues.
  • Cedar Hill ISD Education Foundation Grant: The foundation offers grants to teachers and schools in a variety of categories. These grants encourage teachers to develop specific and innovative instructional programs that stimulate thought and advance new approaches to teaching in all curriculum areas Pre-K through grade 12.
  • College Station ISD Education Foundation Grant: The College Station ISD Education Foundation provides opportunities annually for our teachers to apply for innovative teaching grants. The mission of these grants is to bring innovation and excitement into our classrooms.

Utah Funding Opportunities:

  • Davis Education Foundation Grant: The innovative School and Department Grants are designed to encourage, facilitate, recognize and reward innovative and creative instructional programs and ideas in education.
  • Grand County Education Foundation Grant: The foundation excepts applications for activities and programs that help Grand County Kids, such as projects that benefit classrooms with extra supplies, equipment, and updated software.
  • Jordan Education Foundation Grant: Classroom Grants are used to fund a teacher’s innovative and creative classroom projects that enrich standard curriculum and directly enhance learning opportunities for students in Jordan School District.
  • Logan Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation provide funding for programs and projects which are designed to ensure that all students have access to a quality education.
  • Nebo Education Foundation Grant: The Nebo School Foundation for Excellence is committed to provide resources to enrich student learning. Suitable resources include computer technology.
  • Ogden School Foundation Grant: The foundation provides educators in the Ogden School District with funding for necessary classroom supplies.
  • Park City Education Foundation Grant: Classroom Grants give teachers the support they need to try new ideas or expand successful ones they’ve seen in other classrooms or schools.
  • Washington County School District Foundation Grant: The purpose of the Foundation is to enhance the quality of education of the students of Washington County School District by providing the resources necessary through private funding that are not provided through the traditional sources.

Vermont Funding Opportunities:

Virginia Funding Opportunities:

  • Bedford Area Educational Foundation Grant: All Bedford County Public School Teachers may apply for funds to support educational enrichment programs and resources in their classrooms.
  • Chesterfield Public Education Foundation Grant: The foundations MCD Innovation Grant supports the staff of Chesterfield County Public Schools by providing funding for creative, innovative, and replicable programs.
  • Falls Church Education Foundation Grant: Donated $51,000 in the 2021-22 school year, the foundation’s Super Grant Awards provides staff with funding for creative and innovative learning and teaching.
  • Hanover Education Foundation Grant: The Hanover Township Education Foundation provides 4 types of grants that support curriculum and enhance education in K-12 Hanover Township Public Schools.
  • Lynchburg City Schools Education Foundation Grant: The foundation provides Classroom Innovation Grants to support innovation and provide teachers with the opportunity to implement exciting and effective projects, meeting student needs and increasing motivation to learn.
  • Manassas City Public Schools Education Foundation Grant: The foundation provides opportunities to purchase important materials and resources that fall outside school budgets. The innovative educator grant is used to seek the most innovative new ideas in education from teachers and provides the necessary funds to carry them out.
  • Virginia Beach Education Foundation Grant: Every year, the Education Foundation Board of Directors awards grants to Virginia Beach schools for innovative and creative programs that benefit students.
  • Wythe County Public Schools Foundation Grant: Educational staff may apply for up to $1,000.00 of funding to support a classroom-based project through the foundation’s Classroom Grant Program. The program is designed to offer students enrichment opportunities which enable them to explore areas of interest, going beyond the scope of day-to-day classroom curriculum.

Washington Funding Opportunities:

  • American Association of University Women of WA Grant: The foundation’s community action grants provide funding ($3,000-$10,000) to individuals, AAUW branches and community-based non-profits for innovative programs that promote education and equity through projects focused on encouraging girls to select the physical sciences or engineering as a career.
  • Arlington Education Foundation Grant: The foundation’s classroom mini grants fund innovative, imaginative, and exciting work in our classrooms. Teachers can apply twice per year, in the fall and spring and can use the funding to purchase new materials for their classrooms they would not ordinarily be able to afford.
  • Auburn Public Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation supports involvement in STEM education through their classroom-based grants. These grants provide $1,500 to classroom-based initiatives to enrich students’ educational experiences.
  • Bainbridge Schools Foundation Grant: Their teacher innovation grants encourage teachers across the district to submit grants every year. These grants can be used to support exciting new classroom projects and help teachers bring their innovative ideas to life.
  • Bellevue Schools Foundation Grant: The computer science initiative is a 5-year $1.3 million initiative with the objective of developing a District Pathway for K–12 computer science with an emphasis on the inclusion of at-risk or underrepresented groups.
  • Bellingham Public Schools Foundation Grant: The Bellingham public schools foundation provides STEM grants to ignite a passion in exploring STEM based learning. These programs are developing our local students who will become the next generation of scientists and engineers, innovators and creators, critical thinkers and problem solvers and skilled users of technology and information.
  • Bremerton Schools Foundation Grant: The Bremerton Schools and Alumni Foundation fund classroom grants to provide Bremerton kids with school experiences they may not otherwise be able to afford.
  • Cascade Education Foundation Grant: The mission of the Cascade Education Foundation is to raise and allocate funds to support the ever-changing educational needs of the Cascade School District and help meet the needs of our community.
  • Chehalis Foundation Grant: With their STEM programs, the foundation aims to inspire and prepare tomorrow’s science, technology, engineering, and math leaders by raising and contributing funds to STEM classes and resources for grades 6-12.
  • Education Foundation for Cle Elum-Roslyn Grant: The Education Foundation for Cle Elum-Roslyn is a non-profit dedicated to supporting and enhancing quality education for students in the Cle Elum-Roslyn School District. By raising funds to improve K-12 student learning and help bridge the gap between the basic funding and what our students need to excel academically, the foundation supports projects that improve STEM Education and utilise Classroom Technology.

West Virginia Funding Opportunities:

  • Berkeley County Schools Grant: The objective of the Business Education Partnership’s educational grant program is to improve the schools’ instruction, curriculum, and environment.  Grant applications affecting a greater number of students in any or all of the areas mentioned will receive top priority.  This program provides resources through grants up to $500. Application deadline is January 14, 2022.
  • Community Foundation of the Virginias Grant: In its more than 20 years of grant making, the Community Foundation has supported dozens of worthwhile community organizations and projects Applications are due in June.
  • Your Community Foundation Grant: This grant opportunity is open to  Elementary Schools in Monongalia County. Monongalia County nonprofit organizations offering enrichment programs for underserved children.

Wisconsin Funding Opportunities:

Wyoming Funding Opportunities:

  • The Ellbogen Foundation Grant: Grants provided to the residents of the State of Wyoming which aim to support positive change through science and education. Applications are due between March 21-25, 2022.
  • Fund for Public Education Grants: School Enrichment and Opportunity Grants provide funds that cover the cost of educational projects, opportunities and improvements that cannot be covered by District Funds. Any employee of TCSD#1 can apply for a school enrichment grant of any amount up to a $5,000 maximum or a $200 grant opportunity grant.
  • The McMurry Foundation Grant: The Foundation supports educational programs in the local community and accepts applications throughout the year.
  • The Wyoming State 4-H Foundation Grant: Finance available for various projects and training that improve the local community, including STEM.
  • Wyoming Foundation Grants: Grants that provide educational opportunities to youth in the Wyoming County. Applicants must be located or delivering services in Wyoming County and the maximum grant available is $5,000.
Alabama

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Alaska

Alaska Funding Opportunities:

  • Alaska Science Teachers Association Grant: ASTA offers a mini-grant of up to $500 twice a year for a classroom project or activity. Applicants must be an Alaska resident and an ASTA member.
  • Anchorage Schools Foundation Small Grants Fund: Grants ranging from $100 – $750 to support classroom activities and projects that improve student attainment in the Anchorage School District. Applications are accepted from any school professionals and certified staff.
  • Chilkat Valley Community Foundation grant: This grant supports projects that enhance the quality of life for residents in the Chilkat Valley area and addresses immediate needs while working toward long-term improvements.
Arizona

Arizona Funding Opportunities:

  • AEA Foundation for Teaching & Learning grants: Several grants that offer financial assistance to improve student achievement, encourage innovations in teaching and learning, and support training opportunities that improve the professional craft.
  • Agua Fria Foundation Grant: Grants available for projects that lack sufficient district funding but enhance the educational and curricular objectives of the AFUHSD. While the average grant request is $1500, individual grants of up to $3000 have been awarded for high impact, innovative programs. Application are accepted until January 10 and March 10, 2022
  • Chandler Education Foundation Grant: provides educational grants to teachers with the aim of increasing student engagement in the district of Chandler, Arizona.
  • Maricopa Education Foundation Grant: Te foundation intends to enhance and supplement the adopted school curriculum by providing grants to pre-K through to postgraduate in Maricopa.
  • The Sunnyside Foundation Grant: The Excellence in Education grant is offered once a year to SUSD educators and aims to provide educators with the resources to implement and improve access to elite programs at their schools. Individual grants of up to $2,000 are available for projects in multiple areas, including STEM.
  • Tempe Union High School Education Foundation Grant: The TUHSD Teacher and Administrator Grants are available for innovative projects ranging from $50 to $1,500 that boost student achievement at all grade levels and in all subject areas. Applications are available for teachers online all year.
Arkansas

Arkansas Funding Opportunities:

California

California Funding Opportunities:

  • Berkeley Public Education Foundation Grant: The aim of our classroom grants program is to enhance teaching of core academic subjects, support differentiated teaching and multi-modal learning styles, and encourage collaboration among teachers.
  • Canyon Crest Academy Foundation Grant: The donations raised by the CCA Foundation fund arts, engineering, technology, the sciences and humanities, college and career counseling, and athletic programs.
  • Carlsbad Educational Foundation Grant: Each of our nine elementary schools receives dedicated funding for elementary programs. This encompasses more than 10 programs in music, science, and innovation that enrich the elementary experience for every student, every day.
  • Davis Schools Foundation Grant: DSF is committed to providing financial support to enable DJUSD educators to teach in optimal conditions and environments for all students to learn successfully.
  • Irvine Public Schools Foundation Grant: IPSF promotes and recognizes innovation within IUSD through the Innovative Grants Program. These grants help to fund innovative approaches, which bring deeper meaning to curriculum and improve the educational experiences of students.
  • Loma Public Education Fund Grant: to raise funds for the Loma Prieta Joint Union School District (LPJUSD). EF funds are awarded to the district as specific program grants that directly support student learning. LPEF grants bridge the gap between what our schools receive in government  funding and the cost to educate each student.
  • Monrovia Schools Foundation Grant: The Monrovia Schools Foundation (“MSF”) has a primary purpose of attaining and preserving a superior public education system for the City of Monrovia by raising funds and working collaboratively with the parents, citizens, businesses and other community non-profits groups in supporting the Monrovia Unified School District in their pursuit in providing the highest quality education opportunity for their students.
  • Saddleback Valley Educational Foundation Grant: The mission of the Saddleback Valley Educational Foundation (SVEF) is to provide support resources to all students in the Saddleback Valley by enhancing the educational opportunities and experiences through partnering with school, home and community. The Saddleback Valley Educational Foundation (SVEF) has donated $43,000 to the SVUSD Middle Schools and continues to seek funding to support STEM programs in the High Schools and Elementary Schools.
  • San Francisco Education Fund Grant: The San Francisco Education Fund partners with Fund for Teachers to award San Francisco pre k-12 teachers with summer fellowships for self-designed professional growth. These opportunities are as unique as the teachers who design them.
  • Helena Public Schools Foundation Grant: We fund new, creative and innovative programs which enhance the curriculum. Applications are accepted from January through to March 2022.
  • The Foundation (Palm Springs Unified District) Grant: The Foundation’s Classroom Grant Program is an annual initiative through which district teachers and administrators apply for individual grants or larger collaborative grants in the arts, technology, and other areas.  It is the Foundation’s way of creating an effective grassroots incentive to encourage teachers to reach for excellence.
  • Torrey Pines High School Foundation Grant: The Torrey Pines High School Foundation (TPHSF) is the central facilitator for fundraising and distribution of grants that provide support for the programs that create an exceptional high school experience for students.
  • Tustin Public Schools Foundation Grant: Teachers – Have a new idea? Would you like to try a new project? Is something missing from your classroom? Apply for a TPSF Enrichment Grant. Enrichment Grants of up to $2,000 are available to Tustin Unified teachers to provide something extra for students. The 2022 application deadline is January 10.
Colorado

Colorado Funding Opportunities:

  • Aspen Education Foundation Grant: Robotics program Robotics is a hands-on, innovative and fun program designed to engage students in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) while developing social/emotional skills for teamwork and collaboration. The focus is on getting students excited about acquiring skills that will help them in college and the workforce.
  • Cherry Creek Schools Foundation Grant: Educator Initiative Grants (EIG) are awarded to individual classroom teachers or teams teaching within Cherry Creek Schools. The grants are designed to encourage, facilitate, recognize and reward INNOVATIVE and creative instructional approaches used in accomplishing program objectives.
  • Clear Creek Education Foundation Grant: Teachers can apply for Teacher Innovative Grants to implement innovative, hands-on instructional ideas that enrich the learning experience for our students. Applications are accepted up until January 31, 2022.
  • Colorado School Safety Grants: A number of grant programs that support schools and local agencies in their efforts to prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from all types of emergencies and crisis situations.
  • Denver Public Schools Foundation Grant: The A to Z Fund provides materials, resources and opportunities that fall outside classroom budgets and has a lasting impact on students.
  • Donnell-Kay Foundation Grant: The Donnell-Kay Foundation aims to improve public education in Colorado through research, policy, creative dialogue, and critical thinking. We invest in projects, programs, and people who seek systemic solutions to strengthening the experience of learning for kids from birth to career.
  • Durango Education Foundation Grant: The GRETCHEN’S CLASSROOM GRANT
  • Established to honor lifelong educator, Gretchen Wilson,  This fund offers modest grants to teachers to help defray costs of classroom projects and materials not otherwise covered by the school budget.  Applications are taken throughout the academic year and are awarded depending on the availability of funds.
  • Education Foundation of St. Vrain Valley Schools Grant: The Teacher Innovation Grant Foundation encourages St. Vrain Valley School District teachers to submit grant applications for projects which support the District’s strategic direction, supplement standard curriculum and enhance efforts to meet student learning needs. For example STEM funding.
  • Foundation for Boulder Valley Schools Grant: we’ve provided supplemental funding and resources to students and educators in order to expand what’s possible in education. We prioritize initiatives and investments that benefit students overcoming the greatest obstacles by addressing economic and learning barriers that curtail success, increasing equity among our students, and closing opportunity gaps.
  • Jefferson Schools Foundation Grant: The Jeffco STEM Advisory Committee was formed to engage a variety of partners to inform STEM learning in schools and to build on the existing STEM education efforts from the community.
  • Mapleton Education Foundation Grant: The foundation offers grants to educators and schools to encouraging creativity and innovation in the classroom.
  • Poudre School District Education Foundation Grant: To ensure that all PSD students graduate prepared to be successful in our ever- changing world by demonstrating the sound results and principles of public education. Provides an innovative and unique educational opportunity for a classroom or program in grades K-12 outside the normal operations of the district via grant request process
  • Thompson Education Foundation Grant: TEF awards Great Idea Grants to TSD teachers and staff for the purpose of implementing an innovative project within education and instruction to enhance the student learning experience. A teacher or staff member may be selected to receive a grant up to $2,000. Applications are accepted until March 6, 2022.
Connecticut

Connecticut Funding Opportunities:

  • Avon Education Foundation Grant: The Avon Education Foundation provides support for creative and innovative programs and opportunities in public and community education for Avon learners of all ages.
  • Bethel Education Foundation Grant: The Bethel Education Foundation promotes innovation, creativity, and excellence in learning for our children and the community. Applications are accepted from any teacher or lead project director in the area and projects should focus on encouraging students’ creativity and innovation.
  • Branford Education Foundation Grant: The mission of the Branford Community Foundation is to preserve and promote the quality of life in Branford, Connecticut, now and for generations to come, through various focus areas including education.
  • Coginchaug Valley Education Foundation Grant: The Coginchaug Valley Education Foundation was founded in 2008 with the aim of promoting excellence, innovation and creativity through education by awarding grants and supporting programs.
  • Fairfield Foundation for Education Grant: Awarding over $53,000 in grants to date, the foundation aims to promote innovation creativity and excellence in Fairfield Public Schools.
  • Farmington Public School Foundation Grant: The foundation’s teacher-initiated grants are awarded on an annual basis to encourage Farmington Public School educators to create programs that engage and excite students, as well as enhance their standard curriculums.
  • Litchfield Education Foundation Grant: LEF awards educators in the Litchfield area with grants for after-school enrichment, classroom projects and innovative technology and resources that deepen the educational experience.
Delaware

Delaware Funding Opportunities:

  • Delaware Community Foundation Grant: Various community grants that support the work of nonprofits addressing Delaware’s greatest needs and opportunities, with the aim to build opportunity and advance equity.
Florida

Florida Funding Opportunities:

  • Alachua County Education Foundation Grant: The foundation’s Catalyst for Change program invests in local public schools and teachers in Alachua County, supporting innovative classroom initiatives that foster student engagement and success.
  • Bay Education Foundation Grant: The purpose of the foundation’s Grants for Great Ideas program is to support individual educators or groups of educators in their design and implementation of projects supporting educational literacy.
  • Brevard Education Foundation Grant: All Brevard County Public School teachers are invited to apply for the Bright Ideas Classroom Grant funding for initiatives and programs in support of student achievement. The intention of Brevard Schools Foundation is to encourage teachers to implement creative projects in areas of need where school budgets cannot be used.
  • Broward Education Foundation Grant: Any teacher or school-based administrator in Broward County Public Schools working with grades preK–12 is eligible to apply for a Broward Education Foundation Innovative Teacher Grant. The grant aims to fund original and innovative projects that will enhance teaching and improve learning outcomes.
  • Charlotte Local Education Foundation Grant: The Charlotte Local Education Foundation Programs meet the needs of students and teachers in Charlotte County, by providing much needed resources for students and materials for the teachers to use in the classrooms.
Georgia

Georgia Funding Opportunities:

  • Bartow County Schools Education Foundation Grant: The Mission of the Bartow County Education Foundation is to support the Bartow County School System in providing world-class educational opportunities for its students and teaching community. Reward innovation in the classroom through teacher grants
  • Candler County Educational Foundation Grant: The purpose of the Foundation is to provide a means through which grants and gifts contributed by individuals, businesses, corporations and other resources can be utilized to enhance the educational opportunities in Candler County Public Schools.
  • Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation Grant: Various teacher grants including the Gas South Innovative STEAM Grant and Veronica Crawford Scholarship for Teachers High School teacher and administrator.
  • Lakeside High School Foundation Grant: The Lakeside High School Foundation supports and implements impactful, sustainable opportunities and initiatives that complement the school’s efforts to build a strong educational focus and a vibrant school community.
  • Paulding Education Foundation Grant: The Paulding Education Foundation is passionate about supporting our educators to do the impactful work they do with our students. The Foundation has given over $90,000 in grants back to our educators in order to enrich the education of our students.
Idaho

Idaho Funding Opportunities:

  • Blaine County Education Foundation Grant: The foundation provides teacher grants for classroom enrichment materials to enhance student learning. A maximum of $1,000 can be awarded to a single teacher, or teachers and administrators can work collaboratively to combine amounts for larger requests.Applications for the 1st grant cycle are due September 30th. Applications for the 2nd grant cycle are due February 1st.
  • Boise Public Schools Education Foundation Grant: Innovation Grants give educators who dare to explore, experiment and think big the additional resources needed to develop exciting new classroom experiences for students at every grade level.
  • Idaho CapEd Foundation Grant
  • Idaho Falls District 91 Education Foundation Grant: A number of grants that educators can apply for to provide unique experiences for students or enhance learning inside or outside the classroom and provide classroom resources
  • Lewiston Independent Foundation for Education Grant: One concrete way to support classroom teachers is through Impact Grants. Each year, L.I.F.E. sponsors an educational grant award program to benefit the students and staff of the Lewiston School District. Entitled “Impact Grants,” the program is designed to provide awards of up to $1,000 to teachers and other interested citizens and groups to fund innovative educational projects.
  • McCall-Donnelly Education Foundation Grant: The McCall – Donnelly Education Foundation is now accepting applications for projects that provide new and innovative programs that drive academic success
  • Teton Valley Education Foundation Grant: The foundation offers classroom grants to educators who dare to explore, experiment, and think big the additional resources needed to develop exciting new classroom experiences or fund critical needs that help ensure students have equitable access to high-quality instruction at every grade level.
  • Twin Falls School District Education Foundation Grant: The Education Foundation Teacher Mini Grant supports and promotes excellence in education in the areas of Academics, Student activities and Technology. The application deadline is February 28.
Illinois

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Indiana

Indiana Funding Opportunities:

  • Anderson Education Foundation Grant: The Anderson Education’s Impact Grant is open to all Anderson Community Schools employees looking to fund a project or experience up to $5,000.
  • Beech Grove Education Foundation Grant: The mission of the Beech Grove Education Foundation is to promote community support for excellence in education, and to provide the resources for new projects and creative approaches for existing programs, in order to prepare students to successfully meet the challenges of the future.
  • Carmel Education Foundation Grant: The Carmel Education Foundation is supports students in academic achievement and lifelong learning by investing in classroom grants that support innovation, enhance student achievement, and inspire student learning.
  • Center Grove Education Foundation Grant: The Center Grove Education Foundation supports Center Grove students, teachers, administrators and staff through their teacher grant and professional development programs.
  • Community Foundation of Madison & Jefferson County Grant: Since 1991, the Community Foundation has made a significant impact on programs and projects in Jefferson County though their grants program. Educators can apply for STEM funding through their competitive grant cycle, which is awarded once a year.
Iowa

Iowa Funding Opportunities:

  • CB Cares Education Foundation Grant: Since 2012, the Foundation has awarded more than $140,000 in Innovative Learning Grants to encourage teachers to pilot new ideas and bring to life the ideas of these visionary educators that wouldn’t be possible within the district’s regular budget.
  • Cedar Rapids Community Schools Foundation Grant: The Foundation accepts applications from each of the District schools to apply for School Project grants up to $10,000.
  • Dubuque Community School District Foundation Grant: The foundation’s Every Child / Every Promise program aims ensure that all young people will succeed in school, a career and in the community by providing necessary learning opportunities.
  • Grinnell-Newburg Educational Excellence Grant: GNSF Mini-Grants support excellence in teaching and the learning process and since 2006, GNSF has awarded more than 100 academic mini-grants to Grinnell-Newburg teachers for projects which enhance academic achievement.
  • Hinton Community School District Foundation Grant: The Hinton Community School Foundation aims to generate resources to provide the students at Hinton Community Schools with the best opportunities for learning and becoming successful adults.
  • Keokuk Community Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation aims to increase children educational success through their mini grants. Any staff member of the Keokuk Community Schools may apply for a mini grant.
Kansas

Kansas Funding Opportunities:

  • Andover Advantage Foundation Grant: The foundation awards grants to supplement and support academic excellence and classroom innovation in Andover schools. Grants are awarded for new technology, instructional programs, classroom tools, and other educational initiatives.
  • Blue Valley Educational Foundation Grant: The Foundation empowers teachers to go beyond traditional classroom limits with extra support to allow for a personalized approach and maximized outcomes.
  • North Kansas City Schools Education Foundation Grant: Dan Kahler Innovative Teaching Grants Program funds enhanced teaching and learning opportunities. All district staff may apply and there is a specific grant type focusing on STEAM projects. Application deadline is March 4, 2022.
  • Olathe Public Schools Foundation Grant: Certified educators may apply for an innovative classroom grant of up to $2,500. Application deadline is February 23, 2022.
  • Salina Education Foundation Grant: Various grants awarded to educators to improve teaching and attainment.
  • Shawnee Mission Education Foundation Grant: Through the Excellence in Education Classroom Grant, the foundation funds innovative projects. Educators can apply for grants of up to $3,500 for projects that foster innovative and challenging teaching and learning. Application deadline is January 14, 2022.
  • Spring Hill Education Foundation Grant: The foundation offers grants of up to $50,000 for District, $10,000 for Campus, $3,000 for Teams or $1,500 for a teacher annually. Funding is provided for projects that enhance existing technology and for acquiring new technology to support education reforms and student achievement.
  • Geary Community Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation provides grants up to $1,000 for teachers and schools to fund innovative and creative classroom projects or experiences which impact the entire school population. Grant applications are open each Fall.
Kentucky

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Louisiana

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Maine

Maine Funding Opportunities:

  • Brunswick Community Education Foundation Grant: The foundation offers classroom-based grants to projects that complement, enrich, or expand upon the curriculum in a specific teacher’s classroom and school grants to projects that enhance educational opportunities and foster collaboration within a grade level, between grade levels, within a subject area or department, or throughout the school. Application deadline is January 18, 2022.
  • Davis Educational Foundation Grant: The foundation’s objectives in making grants are to assist institutions in supporting more effective teaching and learning and/or controlling costs. The foundation operates two grant programs. Implementation Grants represent the original grantmaking program and are available for any of the foundation’s objectives – teaching and learning and/or cost and affordability. The Presidential Grant Program (see tab on menu bar) was more recently introduced as an entry point for addressing cost and affordability objectives. The application deadlines are March 15, May 13 and September 30
  • Education Foundation of the Kennebunks/Arundel Grant: The EFKA Supports STEM and projects that introduce students to the latest technologies and ideas in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
  • Falmouth Education Foundation Grant: Falmouth Education Foundation exists to support academics, athletics, and the arts throughout the Falmouth, Maine Community. We offer opportunities twice a year for anyone in the community to bring forth their idea of the needs within our community and for our children.
  • Gorham Educational Foundation Grant: Gorham Educational Foundation is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in the Gorham public schools.  We support programs that encourage a thirst for knowledge, respect for the community, and responsible citizenship.  Our core goals are to enrich learning, promote ethics and leadership, and support excellence in teaching.
  • Libra Foundation Grant: Since its inception, the Foundation has pursued its goal of improving Maine residents’ quality of life by leveraging its financial assets to spur economic development, further entrepreneurial activity and create jobs in the State of Maine. Thus far, the organization has worked to realize its goals primarily by making grants to organizations that it expects to develop innovative and sustainable Maine-based business initiatives and programs that provide for the welfare and betterment of children. The aforementioned activities comprise the lion’s share of Libra Foundation’s charitable giving.
  • Maine Community Foundation Grant: A number of grants available to support the local community. For instance, the Welch Charitable Fund supports organizations in the Greater Portland area who support youth and education and the John and Ellen Emery Science Grants supports teachers by providing grants to increase or improve science learning opportunities.
  • Marshwood Education Foundation Grant: The MEF understands the demands and time constraints that educators face. To help facilitate ideas that encourage innovation and excellence quickly we are now offering mini grants to all educators, administrators and community members in the RSU 35 community.
  • Scarborough Education Foundation Grant: Grants are awarded for the purpose of supporting innovative and creative initiatives that will enhance the curriculum for students in grades K-12 of the Scarborough public schools.
  • Yarmouth Education Foundation Grant: The Yarmouth Education Foundation’s (YEF) mission is to promote and enhance educational excellence by generating independent funding for innovative educational projects, enrichment programs and other creative educational initiatives that fall outside the standard budget and support the curriculum.
  • The Brunswick Community Education Foundation: Classroom-Based Grants: Projects that complement, enrich, or expand upon the curriculum in a specific teacher’s classroom. School Grants: Projects that enhance educational opportunities and foster collaboration within a grade level, between grade levels, within a subject area or department, or throughout the school. Application deadline is January 18, 2022.
Maryland

Maryland Funding Opportunities:

  • 21st Century Education Foundation Grant: The Digital Classroom Project was launched to provide technology to schools where students had limited access to hand-held computer devices. What started with providing tablets and a charging cart to schools where the need for technology was great, has expanded to include other technological devices.
  • Baltimore Community Foundation Grant: BCF promotes the success of Baltimore’s young people by supporting effective public schools and equipping neighborhoods with the resources they need.
  • Community Foundation of Harford County Grant: These funds are designed to meet the changing and emerging needs of the Harford County community. Grants may be used for programs/projects needs or operational costs to provide services to Harford County residents in the areas of education.
  • Delaplaine Foundation Grant: Delaplaine Foundation is committed to the support of students, educators, academic programs, and institutions through the funding of educational initiatives, tuition assistance programs and operational support.
  • Fund for Educational Excellence Grant: The Fund works closely with Baltimore City Public Schools to raise and secure external investment that supports the district’s highest-priority needs.
  • Howard County Public Schools Educational Foundation Grant: The foundation provides funding through their staff and teacher grants to HCPSS teachers and staff to support innovative instructional projects that build 21st century skills for students in areas such as STEM.
  • The Community Foundation of Frederick County Grant: The grant making program supports a wide variety of community interests and causes with one end goal in mind: improving the quality of life in Frederick County. Application deadline is May 1, 2022.
  • The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools Grant: Grants For Elementary, Middle And High Schools are awarded to project funds that contribute to essential knowledge and skills students must have to be successful in life and employment in the 21st century.
  • Washington County Public Schools Education Foundation Grant: Each year the Education Foundation of WCPS awards thousands of dollars in grants to Washington County Public Schools educators to implement their innovative project ideas.
Massachsetts

Massachusetts Funding Opportunities:

  • Andover Fund for Education Grant: Since 2005, the foundation has granted over $920,000 to Andover schools, through their ACE program. Focused on innovation and impact, ACE funds initiatives with the potential for sustainability and scalability across the Andover school system.
  • Arlington Education Foundation Grant: The foundations Innovations in Education Grants support innovative teaching and learning projects.
  • Bedford Education Foundation Grant: The Bedford Education Foundation promotes classroom innovation and empowers teachers and students to meet the growing challenges of the 21st century, through their direct grants.
  • Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation Grant: The Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation awards numerous competitive education grants every year.
  • Blackstone Valley Education Foundation Grant: The BVEF School Grant Program supports local education in the Blackstone Valley area.
  • Cohasset Education Foundation Grant: The foundation encourages innovation and creativity in the classroom by providing our teachers and schools with the incremental resources needed to turn a great idea into a reality.
  • Gloucester Education Foundation Grant: Since 2005, GEF has raised more than $8.7 million in funding for innovative programs in the Gloucester Public Schools.
  • Groton Dunstable Education Foundation Grant: The Groton Dunstable Education Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to enhancing the success of our public schools by providing funding for innovative, inspiring programs and opportunities.
  • Hopkinton Education Foundation Grant: The Hopkinton Education Foundation was founded in 1992 to help advance innovation in the Hopkinton Public Schools.  The organization funds grants submitted by educators within the school district and covers areas in STEM and more!
  • Lexington Education Foundation Grant: The Lexington Education Foundation is a community-based non-profit organization that funds innovative educational activities that address the Lexington Public Schools’ priorities but fall outside the scope of school budgets.
  • Mary Lyon Foundation Grant: The foundation supports educators by awarding grants that promote excellence in the classroom and enrich curriculum development. Funds can be used to purchase resources so that teaching and learning are innovative, and our students are competitive.
  • Maynard Education Foundation Grant: The Maynard Education Foundation funds proposals that bring innovative ideas to Maynard Public Schools and provide opportunities for students that are not typically covered by the schools’ budget.
  • Milton Foundation for Education Grant: The Milton Foundation for Education is a not-for-profit corporation, established to support innovative programs and opportunities that are beyond the reach of the school system’s budget.
  • Natick Education Foundation Grant: The Natick Education Foundation is a non-profit, organization dedicated to enriching, enhancing and supporting Natick’s public education system.
  • Newton Schools Foundation Grant: Over the past five years, Newton Schools Foundation has granted the Newton Public Schools more than $750,000 to support educational initiatives from K-12.
  • Northampton Education Foundation Grant: The Northampton Education Foundation is a non-profit organization created to fund projects that expand educational opportunities, foster creativity, and enhance academic experiences in Northampton’s public schools.
  • Norwell Education Foundation Grant: Since 1992, the Norwell Education Foundation has awarded more than $500,000 in Grants to enrich student education at all grade levels in the Norwell Public Schools.
  • Sharon Education Foundation Grant: The foundation accepts funding applications from all Sharon Public School staff for enrichment projects and professional development that benefit the school community.
  • Shrewsbury Education Foundation Grant: The Shrewsbury Education Foundation works to support the implementation of innovative educational programs that benefit students of the Shrewsbury Public Schools.
  • The Winchester Foundation for Educational Excellence Grant: The foundation provides education grants to fund innovative programs that directly involve students.
  • Wellesley Education Foundation Grant: WEF’s mission is to advance innovation and excellence through funding opportunities in the Wellesley Public Schools.
Michigan

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Minnesota

Minnesota Funding Opportunities:

  • Anoka-Hennepin Education Foundation Grant: AHEF aim to close opportunity gaps for Anoka-Hennepin students every day by providing funding for equitable and innovative experiences for students.
  • Edina Community Foundation Fund Grant: The foundation aims to fulfil student’s educational needs by providing grant opportunities to the EPS student body in the areas STEAM and more.
  • Foundation for Eden Prairie Schools Grant: The foundation aims to support and enhance excellence in Eden Prairie Public Schools through their grant program and since 1998, have awarded over $1,000,000.
  • Foundation for Winona Area Public Schools Grant: The Foundation aims to enrich and expand educational opportunities in Winona Area Public Schools by supporting important programs and projects that would otherwise not be available via normal district resources.
  • Hastings Public Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation’s “What If” grant program aims to support new and exciting learning opportunities for students (pre-K-12).
  • Hopkins Education Foundation Grant: The foundation awards 12.7% of their grants to supporting STEM education in Hopkins Public Schools.
  • Red Wing Public Schools Foundation Grant: The Red Wing Public Schools Foundation’s mission is to “Enrich, Enhance, and Endow the educational experience of Red Wing’s students”.  Every year, applications are accepted from Red Wing teachers for projects that introduce students to new technology, provide classroom supplies and enhance every student’s education.
  • Rockford Education Foundation Grant: Each year the Rockford Education Foundation contributes funding to improve and enhance learning for all students in the Rockford Area Schools.
  • Seven Dreams Education Foundation Grant: The foundation enhances classroom learning through their hands-on learning grants. These grants are awarded to projects that encourage creativity in the classroom.
  • The Minnetonka Public Schools Foundation Grant: Since 1986, the foundation has funded innovative technology, programs, materials, and experiences in Minnetonka schools, with the aim of preparing students for success in our rapidly changing world.
  • The New Prague Area Education Foundation Grant: The New Prague Area Education Foundation supports innovation in the classroom with grants for projects initiated by NPAS teachers and staff members who dream of trying something new.
  • The Partnership Plan (Stillwater Area Public Schools) Grant: The foundation’s classroom grants support teachers great ideas with the aim of inspiring students and enhancing the classroom.
  • White Bear Lake Area Educational Foundation Grant: The Foundation’s classroom grants aim to enrich existing curriculum and support the School District’s goal of achieving excellence in education.
Mississippi

Mississippi Funding Opportunities:

  • Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi Grant: The Community Foundation offers 4 competitive grant programs which focus on Early Childhood Education, the Future of Northwest Mississippi, Place-Based Education & Civic Engagement, and Technology in Education. The Community Foundation’s competitive grant programs are offered twice a year with deadlines of March 1st and September 1st.
  • Foundation for the Mid South Grant: The foundation aims to improve high school graduation rates, college preparedness and life outcomes of students by supporting innovative ideas that promote education in the community.
  • The Greater Pinebelt Community Foundation Grant: Keep an eye on the foundations open grants, which offer an opportunity for any regional charity to apply for funding through a competitive granting process.
Missouri

Missouri Funding Opportunities:

  • Belton Educational Foundation Grant: The foundation offers educational funding through the Teacher Grants for Innovation Program.
  • Center Educational Foundation Grant: The heart and soul of the Foundation’s mission is to support the students and teachers of the Center School District by giving grants to teachers for projects that enhance student learning.
  • Columbia Public Schools Foundation Grant: The Columbia Public Schools Foundation (CPSF) was founded in 1996 on the premise that every child needs a strong foundation. Created as an endowment for Columbia’s youth, CPSF supports quality programs that directly and positively impact student learning.
  • Jefferson City Public School Foundation Grant: Each year, the Jefferson City Public Schools (JCPS) Foundation has the honor to provide additional monetary support for innovative teaching ideas and specific educational needs through building and teacher grants. Application deadline is February 4.
  • Ladue Education Foundation Grant: The mission of the Ladue Education Foundation & Alumni Association is to advance the excellence of the Ladue School District and enhance its legacy by expanding opportunities for student success through their grants program.
  • Lee’s Summit Educational Foundation Grant: PEAK Grants are competitive classroom grants that Promote Excellence And Knowledge. Teachers apply for these grants annually. PEAK Grants cover a large variety of curricular areas and touch the lives of many students of all ages. Grants ranging from $100 to approximately $5,000 are awarded by a surprise squad of Foundation board members called the PEAK Patrol. Application deadline is February 23, 2022.
  • Lindbergh Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation provides innovation grants to enhance learning in the classroom.
  • Park Hill School District Education Foundation Grant: In keeping with the mission of the Park Hill School District Education Foundation, Inc., Classroom Grants are awarded to further promote life-long learning opportunities for Park Hill students. These grants are awarded to full-time Park Hill educators for projects or programs that utilize innovative teaching techniques. Application deadline is January 31, 2022.
  • Raytown Educational Foundation Grant: Teaching & Learning Grants are competitive grants that encourage innovative teaching, enhance learning, and/or strengthen ties between schools and the community.
  • Sedalia School District Foundation Grant: Mini Grants fund innovative instruction in district classrooms. Mini Grants are an important part of the Foundation’s vision to provide all Sedalia School District students with innovative opportunities.
Montana

Montana Funding Opportunities:

  • Billings Public Schools Education Foundation Grant: The Education Foundation provides grants to educators in Billings Public Schools to encourage innovation and excellence in the classroom. Application deadline is March 23, 2022.
  • Bozeman Schools Foundation Grant: The Spark Grant program gives teachers and staff the opportunity to implement creative and innovative programs that would not otherwise be funded.
  • Butte Education Foundation Grant: The foundation provides grants that bring teachers ideas to life and by giving out teachers every tool they need to bring innovation, creativity and enthusiasm into the classroom to enhance the curriculum.
  • Havre Education Foundation Grant: The Foundations seeks to support a wide range of educational activities both in and out of the classroom. Small grant awards typically range from $300 to $1,000 and will generally be made to those applicants that have the greatest opportunity for positively affecting the students and staff of Havre Public Schools
  • Helena Education Foundation Grant: Great educators make great schools. The Helena Education Foundation supports Helena’s educators by providing grants that bring their great ideas to life. Applications are accepted until February 1, 2022.
  • Kalispell Education Foundation Grant: The foundation funds everything from robot building in kindergarten, interactive frog dissection in middle school and DNA barcoding in high school. The limits of foundation funding are only those of your own imagination.
  • Livingston Education Foundation Grant: The foundation sims to enrich education in the Livingston Public Schools, putting money directly into the hands of classroom teachers, helping educators take ideas for innovative teaching strategies and make them a reality.
  • Missoula Education Foundation Grant: The foundation aims to provide opportunities for enhanced student learning, foster teacher creativity, and recognize the exceptional educators in Missoula County Public Schools.
  • Plentywood Education & Alumni Foundation Grant: The Great Ideas Grant Program is a cornerstone of The Plentywood Education Foundation’s mission to enrich education in the Plentywood Public Schools.
Nebraska

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Nevada

Nevada Funding Opportunities:

  • Nevada STEM Coalition Grant: K-5 STEM Grants seek to promote equitable access to and increased quality of STEM programs in elementary schools in order to better prepare students for a career pathway to success in the New Nevada.
  • NV Energy Foundation Grant: The foundation awards grants in support of projects that benefit education and STEM with the aim of having long lasting impacts in the communities they serve.
  • Washoe K-12 Education Foundation: A funding organization in the nation that provides resources necessary to ensure all Washoe County School District students graduate college and/or are highly skilled and career ready.
New Hampshire

New Hampshire Funding Opportunities:

  • Lisbon Regional School Education Foundation Grant: The purpose of the Foundation is to support and enhance the educational experience of students in the Lisbon Regional School by raising and providing financial support for school-related groups and programs.
  • Nashua Education Foundation Grant: The foundation provides mini-grants and program grant to programs that creatively enhance the education and instruction of students in any academic discipline. Application deadline is April 15 and November 15.
  • Rye Education Foundation Grant: Any teacher, staff member, or school representative of the Rye School District can apply for a grant.
  • The Barker Foundation Grant: Provides funding for various community ares including education.
  • The Clipper Foundation Grant: The foundation provides grants that strive for excellence in education by creating opportunities for educators to “push the envelope” by piloting cutting edge programs and innovative teaching practices that advance the curriculum goals of the district. Application deadline is January 23, 2022.
  • The Davis Foundations Grant: The foundation’s objectives in making grants are to assist institutions in supporting more effective teaching and learning and/or controlling costs. Application deadlines are March 15, May 13 and September 30.
New Jersey

New Jersey Funding Opportunities:

  • Bloomfield Educational Foundation Grant: The foundation’s Joseph Kliminski Teacher Grant gives $500 for certain educational projects that are outside of the traditional school budget for which they need funding. These grants allow our teachers to think out of the box and create space through which their creativity can blossom.
  • Branchburg Education Foundation Grant: The BEF encourages teachers and staff at the Branchburg Public Schools and Somerville High School to submit grant requests for innovative, creative, and enhanced educational experiences and opportunities that complement the school’s curriculum.
  • Chatham Education Foundation Grant: The Chatham Education Foundation supports educational excellence in the School District of the Chathams through parent and community donations.
  • East Brunswick Education Foundation Grant: The East Brunswick Education Foundation supports schools in East Brunswick by providing various mini grants to educators for innovative projects.
  • Franklin Lakes Education Foundation Grant: It is the mission of the FLEF to raise funds to help to enrich educational opportunities for the students of all 4 Franklin Lakes Public Schools that might not otherwise be provided.
New Mexico

New Mexico Funding Opportunities:

  • Albuquerque Public Schools Education Foundation Grant: Classroom grants in the areas of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), Fine Arts and Literacy, ranging from $1,500 for a single classroom and $5,000 for a team of multiple classrooms.
  • Golden Apple Foundation of New Mexico Grant: Through the years, the Golden Apple Foundation of New Mexico has proudly provided scholarships and grants to teachers, supporting their innovative ideas and lessons. Grants have provided support to create new and innovative science experiments, help students to explore music from other countries, and broaden the learning experience.
  • Las Cruces Public Schools Foundation Grant: Teachers, principals, school administrators, social workers, counselors, and/or ancillary staff can apply for grants that benefit individual classrooms, or their entire school community.
  • New Mexico Library Foundation Grant: STEM innovation grants provide students appropriate opportunities to grow an innate interest in STEM and opportunities that improve and develop the content knowledge and instruction skills of PreK-12 STEM teachers. Application deadline in November 30.
  • Sante Fe Public Schools Partners in Education Foundation Grant: The foundation funds innovative, standards-based classroom projects.
  • The Stocker Foundation Grant: The Stocker Foundation has one competitive grant cycle annually focused on improved academic outcomes for prekindergarten through eighth grade public school students. Application deadline is December 31.
  • Three Rivers Education Foundation Grant: The Three Rivers Education Foundation has helped districts, and others, build and fund programs to meet specific education needs.
New York

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North Carolina

North Carolina Funding Opportunities:

  • Foundation for the Carolinas Grant: Managing dozens of competitive grant programs, the foundation aims to invest in local communities by offering funding to educational institutions to help bring their visions to life.
  • Community Foundation of Henderson County Grant: The foundation’s Community Grants program encourages applications from individuals or organizations that aim to enhance or improve current resources, demonstrate collaboration and are relevant to community needs.
North Dakota

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Ohio

Ohio Funding Opportunities:

  • Hilliard Education Foundation Grant: The foundation funds new, innovative or unique learning projects and accepts requests of $5,000 or less. Application deadline date is February 28, 2022.
  • Kettering Education Foundation Grant: The foundation provides teachers with grants of up to $1,000 for the opportunity to put creative ideas into practice to enrich the standard curriculum in ways that directly affect students’ day-to-day educational experiences.
  • Medina City Schools Foundation Grant: The Foundation awards $20,000 annually in classroom grants to advance the curriculum goals the Medina City Schools, provide resources, and create new ideas and pilot technology programs.
  • Milford Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation accepts project requests that support the academic programs of the Milford Exempted Village School District.
Oklahoma

Oklahoma Funding Opportunities:

  • Bartlesville Public School Foundation Grant: With a budget of $20,000, classroom grants are open to certified employees in Bartlesville public schools. Classroom grants are awarded to fund new or innovative approaches that supplement programs and expand existing curriculum.
  • Guthrie Educational Foundation Grant: The foundation provides funding to support the development of innovative teaching projects and needed materials and supplies for classroom success.
  • Lawton Public School Foundation Grant: The foundation provides funding to help fill gaps created by continuing cuts in the Lawton Public Schools educational budgets, ensuring the highest level of public education possible for students.
  • Mid-Del Public Schools Foundation Grant: The Foundation’s Excellence in Education grant program helps fund classroom projects that encourage and promote students’ ingenuity and imagination, or that inspire excellence and innovation in the classroom and school setting and create positive impact in learning and instruction.
  • Moore Public Schools Foundation Grant: Various grants available to support special programmes and purchase of classroom material to ensure innovative teaching.
  • Oakdale School Foundation Grant: The foundation provides grants that allow enrichment opportunities for Oakdale school students. Application deadline is February 11, 2022.
  • Putnam City Schools Foundation Grant: The YES! Grant aims to provide a number of classroom grants to support teachers throughout the district.
Oregon

Oregon Funding Opportunities:

  • Albany Public Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation’s classroom grant program aims to support teachers who promote innovative and enriching projects and programs for Greater Albany Public School District students. Priority is given to projects that provide enrichment opportunities in the areas of STEM.
  • Beaverton Education Foundation Grant: The Beaverton Education Foundation recognizes the importance of integrated STEAM education and has funded a wide variety of successful projects through their Building STEAM 4 All program.
  • Bethel Education Foundation Grant: The mission of the Bethel Education Foundation is to enhance and invest in educational excellence in Bethel School District through their classroom grants program.
  • Canby Educational Foundation Grant: Founded in 1997, the foundation aims to enhance and enrich education opportunities for all students of the Canby School District through financial assistance and community involvement.
  • Corvallis Public Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation’s IMAGINE grants program aims to encourage innovative ideas that advance equity and enhance students’ experiences in their school communities.
  • Eugene Education Foundation Grant: The mission of the Eugene Education Foundation is to promote educational excellence and opportunities for all students in Eugene School District 4J.
  • Hermiston Education Foundation Grant: The Hermiston Education Foundation supports two levels of classroom grants: Basic Grants (up to $1,000) and Limited Grants (up to $5,000). Grants are provided to projects that provide significant enhancement to children’s education.
  • Hillsboro Schools Foundation Grant: HSF supports projects that put the tools of exploration, imagination and self-expression directly in students’ hands, providing them with opportunities they would not otherwise have under normal school funding.
  • Lane Education Foundation Grant:
  • McMinnville Education Foundation Grant: The McMinnville Education Foundation awards mini grants of up to $1,000 to teachers in the McMinnville School District to support teacher-innovated ideas.
  • North Clackamas Education Foundation Grant: NCEF’s Enrichment Grants aim to “Bridge the gap to ensure students are engaged and ready to learn.” NCEF’s fund creative projects and the average grant size ranges from $800 to $1,500.
  • Parkrose Educational Foundation Grant: The Parkrose Educational Foundation aim to distribute funding to enhance the educational experiences of students in Parkrose Public Schools.
  • Riverdale Education Foundation Grant: The Foundation provides grants to achieve their mission of filling the gap between public funding sources and what is needed to provide Riverdale children with an exceptional education.
  • Sisters Schools Foundation Grant: The Sisters Schools Foundation generates and distributes financial resources to enrich, supplement and enhance education opportunities for all students in the Sisters School District.
  • Springfield Education Foundation Grant: The Springfield Education Foundation awards grants annually to provide enriching learning opportunities for students attending Springfield Public Schools.
Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Funding Opportunities:

  • Altoona Area School District Education Foundation Grant: The Altoona Area School District Foundation supports the creation of exciting and innovative educational ideas through the Venture Grants for Teachers Program. Grant awards of up to $1000 are awarded to aid teachers in the design and development of educational materials for the implementation of innovative and creative classroom projects that will enhance student learning.
  • Armstrong School District Education Foundation Grant: The Armstrong School District Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance and enrich the learning experiences of our students by encouraging and supporting the development of educational programs.
  • Beaver County Foundation Grant: The Foundation encourages grant applications for innovative and creative projects that address problems to be solved or opportunities to be seized in the Beaver County area in many areas including education.
  • Chambersburg Area School District Education Foundation Grant: The Chambersburg Area School District Foundation administers a teacher grant program each year for innovative programs and equipment unique to a project or curriculum not funded in the regular district budget.
Rhode Island

Rhode Island Funding Opportunities:

  • Barrington Education Foundation Grant: Over the past years, BEF has funded grants totalling over $1,000,000 for innovative educational programs. Applications are welcome from any faculty or staff member within the Barrington School District and collaboration across classrooms, grades, and schools is highly encouraged.
  • Newport Public Education Foundation Grant: Enrichment Grants are provided to educational projects that are not ordinarily funded by the school operating budget.
  • Portsmouth Public Education Foundation Grant: Educational Excellence Grants are awarded to projects that are not ordinarily funded by the school operating budget. Grants can range to up to $1500 and can be used to purchase project materials, provide off-site educational opportunities, or support curricula goals.
  • South Kingstown Education Foundation Grant: The foundation awards grants for special activities, innovative projects and programs that enhance learning in the South Kingstown Public schools.
  • The Bristol Warren Education Foundation Grant: Mini-grants are provided for programs that engage students in STEM learning and up to $1,000.
South Carolina

South Carolina Funding Opportunities:

  • Beaufort County Foundation for Educational Excellence Grant: The Foundation for Educational Excellence gives Educational Teacher Grants to teachers whose educational activities and projects surpass regular school lessons. These innovative teacher and school resource grants fund learning projects that go beyond the basic, empowering inventive teachers to transform the educational experience and spark inquisitive young minds.
  • Coastal Community Foundation Grant: The Foundation provides various grants for educational projects in their service area.
  • Foundation for Fort Mill Schools Grant: The TEC Dowling Memorial Grant for Technology in the Classroom provide funding of up to $500 for the implementation of new technology, the upgrade of existing technology, or the provision of technology training, that directly benefits the classroom.
  • Public Education Partners Foundation Grant: The PEP Classroom Innovative Grant supports teachers in developing creative and innovative strategies that engage and enhance student learning. Application deadline is February 4, 2022.
  • Rock Hill School District Foundation Grant: Rock Hill Education Foundation raises thousands of dollars to give grant money to teachers to be more creative in the classroom.
  • Sisters of Charity Foundation Grant: The foundation offers grants to organizations creating and sustaining pathways to economic mobility and self-sufficiency in South Carolina.
  • Spring Valley Education Foundation Grant: Spring Valley Education Foundation raises funds to promote educational programs.
South Dakota

South Dakota Funding Opportunities:

  • Arrow Education Foundation Grant: Each year, the Arrow Education Foundation awards grants to Watertown School District staff for innovative programs and materials that are beyond the scope of the regular school district budget to enhance the educational experience of WSD students. Application deadline is February 4, 2022.
  • Madison Central School Educational Foundation Grant: The Norm Johnson Educator Innovative Grants are awarded for innovative and creative educational projects. The project may be for a classroom, a grade level, a school, several schools, or the total Madison Central School District.
  • Sioux Falls Public Schools Education Foundation Grant: The Sioux Falls Public Schools Education Foundation champions teachers and students by encouraging, promoting, and funding creative and innovative teaching strategies in order to enhance and enrich education in all Sioux Falls Public Schools. Application deadline is February 3, 2022.
Tennessee

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Texas

Texas Funding Opportunities:

  • A+ Federal Credit Union Education Foundation Grant: The A+ Education Foundation awards grants up to $1,500 to A+FCU members who are professionally certified educators teaching pre-K – 12. Since 2005, the A+ Education Foundation has awarded over $1,117,800 to 1,142 educators.
  • Arlington ISD Education Foundation Grant: The Arlington ISD Education Foundation is a non-profit organization formed in 1994 to serve the public school students of Arlington through fulfilling extraordinary educational needs and initiatives.
  • Bryan ISD Education Foundation Grant: The Bryan ISD Education Foundation’s Grants-To-Teachers Program was created to enrich and maximize the quality of education in the Bryan schools by providing financial support for programs that assist in achieving academic excellence.
  • Canyon ISD Education Foundation Grant: The Excellence in Education Grants program strives to enrich educational excellence in Canyon ISD Educator Grants by funding innovative instructional programs not currently supported by traditional tax-based revenues.
  • Cedar Hill ISD Education Foundation Grant: The foundation offers grants to teachers and schools in a variety of categories. These grants encourage teachers to develop specific and innovative instructional programs that stimulate thought and advance new approaches to teaching in all curriculum areas Pre-K through grade 12.
  • College Station ISD Education Foundation Grant: The College Station ISD Education Foundation provides opportunities annually for our teachers to apply for innovative teaching grants. The mission of these grants is to bring innovation and excitement into our classrooms.
Utah

Utah Funding Opportunities:

  • Davis Education Foundation Grant: The innovative School and Department Grants are designed to encourage, facilitate, recognize and reward innovative and creative instructional programs and ideas in education.
  • Grand County Education Foundation Grant: The foundation excepts applications for activities and programs that help Grand County Kids, such as projects that benefit classrooms with extra supplies, equipment, and updated software.
  • Jordan Education Foundation Grant: Classroom Grants are used to fund a teacher’s innovative and creative classroom projects that enrich standard curriculum and directly enhance learning opportunities for students in Jordan School District.
  • Logan Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation provide funding for programs and projects which are designed to ensure that all students have access to a quality education.
  • Nebo Education Foundation Grant: The Nebo School Foundation for Excellence is committed to provide resources to enrich student learning. Suitable resources include computer technology.
  • Ogden School Foundation Grant: The foundation provides educators in the Ogden School District with funding for necessary classroom supplies.
  • Park City Education Foundation Grant: Classroom Grants give teachers the support they need to try new ideas or expand successful ones they’ve seen in other classrooms or schools.
  • Washington County School District Foundation Grant: The purpose of the Foundation is to enhance the quality of education of the students of Washington County School District by providing the resources necessary through private funding that are not provided through the traditional sources.
Vermont

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Virginia

Virginia Funding Opportunities:

  • Bedford Area Educational Foundation Grant: All Bedford County Public School Teachers may apply for funds to support educational enrichment programs and resources in their classrooms.
  • Chesterfield Public Education Foundation Grant: The foundations MCD Innovation Grant supports the staff of Chesterfield County Public Schools by providing funding for creative, innovative, and replicable programs.
  • Falls Church Education Foundation Grant: Donated $51,000 in the 2021-22 school year, the foundation’s Super Grant Awards provides staff with funding for creative and innovative learning and teaching.
  • Hanover Education Foundation Grant: The Hanover Township Education Foundation provides 4 types of grants that support curriculum and enhance education in K-12 Hanover Township Public Schools.
  • Lynchburg City Schools Education Foundation Grant: The foundation provides Classroom Innovation Grants to support innovation and provide teachers with the opportunity to implement exciting and effective projects, meeting student needs and increasing motivation to learn.
  • Manassas City Public Schools Education Foundation Grant: The foundation provides opportunities to purchase important materials and resources that fall outside school budgets. The innovative educator grant is used to seek the most innovative new ideas in education from teachers and provides the necessary funds to carry them out.
  • Virginia Beach Education Foundation Grant: Every year, the Education Foundation Board of Directors awards grants to Virginia Beach schools for innovative and creative programs that benefit students.
  • Wythe County Public Schools Foundation Grant: Educational staff may apply for up to $1,000.00 of funding to support a classroom-based project through the foundation’s Classroom Grant Program. The program is designed to offer students enrichment opportunities which enable them to explore areas of interest, going beyond the scope of day-to-day classroom curriculum.
Washington

Washington Funding Opportunities:

  • American Association of University Women of WA Grant: The foundation’s community action grants provide funding ($3,000-$10,000) to individuals, AAUW branches and community-based non-profits for innovative programs that promote education and equity through projects focused on encouraging girls to select the physical sciences or engineering as a career.
  • Arlington Education Foundation Grant: The foundation’s classroom mini grants fund innovative, imaginative, and exciting work in our classrooms. Teachers can apply twice per year, in the fall and spring and can use the funding to purchase new materials for their classrooms they would not ordinarily be able to afford.
  • Auburn Public Schools Foundation Grant: The foundation supports involvement in STEM education through their classroom-based grants. These grants provide $1,500 to classroom-based initiatives to enrich students’ educational experiences.
  • Bainbridge Schools Foundation Grant: Their teacher innovation grants encourage teachers across the district to submit grants every year. These grants can be used to support exciting new classroom projects and help teachers bring their innovative ideas to life.
  • Bellevue Schools Foundation Grant: The computer science initiative is a 5-year $1.3 million initiative with the objective of developing a District Pathway for K–12 computer science with an emphasis on the inclusion of at-risk or underrepresented groups.
  • Bellingham Public Schools Foundation Grant: The Bellingham public schools foundation provides STEM grants to ignite a passion in exploring STEM based learning. These programs are developing our local students who will become the next generation of scientists and engineers, innovators and creators, critical thinkers and problem solvers and skilled users of technology and information.
  • Bremerton Schools Foundation Grant: The Bremerton Schools and Alumni Foundation fund classroom grants to provide Bremerton kids with school experiences they may not otherwise be able to afford.
  • Cascade Education Foundation Grant: The mission of the Cascade Education Foundation is to raise and allocate funds to support the ever-changing educational needs of the Cascade School District and help meet the needs of our community.
  • Chehalis Foundation Grant: With their STEM programs, the foundation aims to inspire and prepare tomorrow’s science, technology, engineering, and math leaders by raising and contributing funds to STEM classes and resources for grades 6-12.
  • Education Foundation for Cle Elum-Roslyn Grant: The Education Foundation for Cle Elum-Roslyn is a non-profit dedicated to supporting and enhancing quality education for students in the Cle Elum-Roslyn School District. By raising funds to improve K-12 student learning and help bridge the gap between the basic funding and what our students need to excel academically, the foundation supports projects that improve STEM Education and utilise Classroom Technology.
West Virginia

West Virginia Funding Opportunities:

  • Berkeley County Schools Grant: The objective of the Business Education Partnership’s educational grant program is to improve the schools’ instruction, curriculum, and environment.  Grant applications affecting a greater number of students in any or all of the areas mentioned will receive top priority.  This program provides resources through grants up to $500. Application deadline is January 14, 2022.
  • Community Foundation of the Virginias Grant: In its more than 20 years of grant making, the Community Foundation has supported dozens of worthwhile community organizations and projects Applications are due in June.
  • Your Community Foundation Grant: This grant opportunity is open to  Elementary Schools in Monongalia County. Monongalia County nonprofit organizations offering enrichment programs for underserved children.
Wisconsin

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Wyoming

Wyoming Funding Opportunities:

  • The Ellbogen Foundation Grant: Grants provided to the residents of the State of Wyoming which aim to support positive change through science and education. Applications are due between March 21-25, 2022.
  • Fund for Public Education Grants: School Enrichment and Opportunity Grants provide funds that cover the cost of educational projects, opportunities and improvements that cannot be covered by District Funds. Any employee of TCSD#1 can apply for a school enrichment grant of any amount up to a $5,000 maximum or a $200 grant opportunity grant.
  • The McMurry Foundation Grant: The Foundation supports educational programs in the local community and accepts applications throughout the year.
  • The Wyoming State 4-H Foundation Grant: Finance available for various projects and training that improve the local community, including STEM.
  • Wyoming Foundation Grants: Grants that provide educational opportunities to youth in the Wyoming County. Applicants must be located or delivering services in Wyoming County and the maximum grant available is $5,000.

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