Grant Alerts

Welcome to the CIE Grants Alert Page!
-Rolling deadline grants are listed first; all rolling grant notices AND notices by deadline are active and up-to-date as of September 2019
-Contact grant director Todd Warren with any questions or concerns: todd.warren@wkec.org

Webpage last updated: November 13, 2019
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Promoting Golf Programs for People with Disabilities

Proposal Deadline: Rolling

Accessible Golf Program Grants, administered by the National Alliance for Accessible Golf and funded by the United States Golf Association, support nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and educational institutions in their efforts to make the game of golf more accessible to people with disabilities. Priority is given to inclusive programming – opportunities that allow participants with disabilities and participants without disabilities to learn and play the game side by side. Grants of up to $20,000 are provided to assist with core golf program costs such as adaptive golf clubs and bags, golf course access, and transportation of participants to and from programming. Requests may be submitted throughout the year. Visit the Alliance’s website to download the grant guidelines.

Link: National Alliance for Accessible Golf

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BoatUS Foundation Accepting Grant Applications for Safe and Clean Boating Projects

Proposal Deadline: Rolling

The BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water is accepting applications for its Grassroots Grants Program, which  awards funds on an annual basis to nonprofit organizations, boating clubs, and student groups in the United States for projects that utilize innovative approaches to education about safe and clean boating.

The foundation is looking for creative projects that promote safe and clean boating on local waterways. Past topics have ranged from PSAs on the effects of boating under the influence to hands-on education about the effects of marine debris.

Projects the foundation is most interested in funding will be unique (topic, methods, or delivery mechanism); include extensive outreach to boaters; use technology to educate boaters, including social media and the Web; have a widespread reach (not just a handful of boaters); include hands-on work with the boating community; and have a way to measure the success of the program.

Applicants can include boating groups, clubs and associations, student groups, and local nonprofit organizations, including local chapters of national organizations. Grants will not be awarded to government agencies, international organizations, for-profit businesses, or individuals.

Applicants may request up to $10,000. Funded projects must be completed within a year.

After review by foundation staff, the top-ranked applications will be posted for public voting on the BoatUS Foundation website. Grant applicants will have several weeks to promote their project and encourage others to vote.

Applicants are required to submit a Letter of Intent. Upon review, selected applicants will be invited to submit a complete application.

See the BoatUS Foundation website for complete program guidelines, an eligibility questionnaire, and online application.

Link to Complete RFP

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Chef Ann Foundation Accepting Applications for School Fresh Produce Program

Proposal Deadline: Rolling

The Chef Ann Foundation provides tools that help schools serve children healthy and delicious scratch-cooked meals made with fresh, whole food. To that end, the foundation, in partnership with Skoop, is accepting applications for Project Produce: Fruit and Veggie Grants for Schools, a program that aims to expand students’ palates and encourage increased consumption of and exposure to fresh produce.

Grants of up $2,500 will be awarded to school districts for programs that engage students in lunchroom education activities that encourage students to taste new vegetables and fruits offered either in a dish, cooked, or raw. Grant funds must be used to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables to support each school's planned Project Produce programming. In addition, the majority of the produce must be locally accessible and at a price point affordable to all households.

Any district or independent school participating in the National School Lunch Program is eligible to apply. Applications must be submitted by the school district's food-service director. Districts may apply for up to ten schools.

The foundation accepts applications on an ongoing basis.

For complete program guidelines and application instructions, see the Chef Ann Foundation website.

Link to Complete RFP

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Wish You Well Foundation

Proposal Deadline: Rolling

The Wish You Well Foundation provides support to nonprofit organizations that promote family literacy in the United States. The focus of the Foundation is on the development and expansion of new and existing literacy and educational programs. Grants generally range from $2,000 to $10,000. Requests may be submitted at any time and are reviewed four times per year. Visit the Foundation’s website to submit an online Donation Request Form.

Link: http://wishyouwellfoundation.org/

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Good Sports Accepting Apps. for Athletic Equipment Grants

Proposal Deadline: Rolling

Good Sports in Quincy, Massachusetts, is a nonprofit whose mission is to increase youth participation in sports, recreation, and fitness activities.

To that end, the organization provides sports equipment, apparel, and footwear to youth organizations offering sports, fitness, and recreational programs to youth in need.

To be eligible, organizations must directly serve youth between the ages of 3 and 18 in an economically disadvantaged area; be located in North America (U.S. and Canada); and operate an organized sport, recreational activity, or fitness program that offers consistent and structured opportunity for play to large groups of children. Winning organizations may make up to six equipment requests within a two-year period. Winners will be responsible for operational costs, including equipment shipping, up to $1,500.

For more complete program guidelines including an FAQ, visit the Good Sports website.

Link to Complete RFP

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Kentucky Humanities Council Mini-Grants

GRANT FUNDS ARE AVAILABLE.

KHC awards minigrants monthly up to $1,500. Please call the grants officer at 859-257-5932 to discuss submission dates if you do not understand the deadlines as outlined.

Grant Deadlines

Type of Grants Awarded Preliminary Application Due Final Proposal Due Notification
Minigrants Maximum amount $1,500.00 Any Time First day of monthand at least eight weeks before your project begins. Last day of month

There is no preliminary application deadline. However, it is a required step in the application process. You are not eligible to submit a final proposal if you do not submit a preliminary application. There is a deadline for the final proposal as outlined above. *All grants are dependent upon availability of federal funds. Eight-Week Rule: Final proposals (NOT preliminary applications) for minigrants must be postmarked by the first of the month AND at least 8 weeks prior to the public program supported by the minigrant. (i.e., for a December 15 event, the final proposal would be due by October 1st.)

TO REQUEST GUIDELINES, APPLICATIONS, OR DISCUSS PROPOSAL IDEAS, CONTACT: https://www.kyhumanities.org/programs/minigrants/deadlines

Kentucky Humanities Council, Inc. 206 E. Maxwell Street Lexington, KY 40508 (859) 257-5932 Email: kathleen.pool@uky.edu

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Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood Invites LOI's

Proposal Deadline: Rolling

The Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood supports innovative, creative projects, and programs designed to significantly enhance the development, health, safety, education, and/or quality of life of children from infancy through five years of age.

The foundation provides funding in the areas of early childhood welfare, early childhood education and play, and parenting education.

1) Early Childhood Welfare: Children can only reach their full potential when all aspects of their development, intellectual, emotional and physical are optimally supported. Providing a safe and nurturing environment for infants and preschoolers is essential, as is imparting to them the skills of social living in a culturally diverse world. To that end, the foundation supports programs that research best child rearing practices and identify models that can provide creative, caring environments to ensure all children thrive.

2) Early Childhood Education and Play: Research shows that children need to be stimulated as well as nurtured, early in life, if they are to succeed in school, work, and life. That preparation relates to every aspect of a child’s development, from birth to age 5, and everywhere a child learns -- at home, in childcare settings, and in preschool. The foundation seeks to improve the quality of both early childhood teaching and learning through the development of innovative curricula and research-based pedagogical standards, as well as the design of imaginative play materials and learning environments.

3) Parenting Education: To help parents create nurturing environments for their children, the foundation supports programs that teach parents about developmental psychology, cultural child-rearing differences, pedagogy, issues of health, prenatal care and diet, as well programs that provide both cognitive and emotional support to parents.

Letters of Intent are accepted on a rolling basis. Upon review, selected applicants will be invited to submit full applications.

Visit the Caplan Foundation website for complete program guidelines and application procedures.

Link to Complete RFP

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Salad Bars to Schools

Proposal Deadline:

Type:

Rolling

Foundations

Source: Let's Move Salad Bars to Schools
Program: Salad Bars to Schools
Eligibility: Who Can Apply Any district or independent school participating in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) is eligible to apply. There is just one application form for both multiple salad bar and single salad bar package requests. The food services director for your district is the required contact person for the application. Please see our FAQs if your school does not have a food services director. Eligibility Is your district ready to implement salad bars as part of your reimbursable meal program? To qualify for a Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools grant you must offer the salad bar as part of the reimbursable meal served in your district. The 6-foot, five-well salad bar package is for locations that serve at least 100 reimbursable meals daily.
Purpose: Providing healthy eating opportunities for kids in schools is imperative. Today, the U.S. has more than 38,000,000 primary school children, and according to data from The Center for Disease Control and Prevention: Obesity prevalence among children and adolescents has almost tripled since 1980. Approximately 17% (12.5 million) of children and adolescents ages 2 – 19 years are obese. Obese children and adolescents have a greater risk of social and psychological problems, such as discrimination and poor self-esteem. Obese children are more likely to become obese adults. Adult obesity is associated with a number of serious health conditions including heart disease, diabetes, and some cancers. One out of every three Caucasian children and one out of every two Hispanic and African American children born in the year 2000 will contract diabetes in their lifetime. Our goal is for every school in the United States to have a salad bar as part of their school food service program so that every child—from elementary school, to middle school, to high school—has daily access to fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and healthy proteins.
Quantity: Unknown
Additional Information: Questions? info@saladbars2schools.org
Website: Website

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Grants Promote Math Enhancement Programs

Proposal Deadline: Rolling

Link: The Actuarial Foundation: Advancing Student Achievement

Advancing Student Achievement (ASA), an initiative of the Actuarial Foundation, supports math enhancement programs that bridge the gap between classroom and real world mathematics for grades 4-12 students in U.S. public and private schools. Programs eligible for support may include, but are not limited to, clubs, competitions, before and after school programs, classroom extension periods, etc.

Funded programs must impact 20 to 25 students and meet a minimum of one time per month. ASA grants are for a two-year period and range up to $5,000 annually. Applications may be submitted throughout the year. Visit the Actuarial Foundation’s website to learn more about the ASA grant program.

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Computers For Learning Program

Proposal Deadline:

Type:

Rolling

Federal

Source: U.S. General Services Administration
Program: Computers For Learning Program
Eligibility: An educational nonprofit is eligible if it is classified as tax-exempt under section 501(c) of the United States tax code and serves pre-kindergarten through grade 12 students. In addition, education nonprofit organization must meet ALL of the following criteria to participate in the CFL program:

1.              Serve some portion of the pre-kindergarten through grade 12 population, AND

Purpose: To assist federal agencies to meet the requirements of Executive Order (EO) 12999, "Educational Technology: Ensuring Opportunity for All Children in the Next Century".В

The CFL program represents an important contribution to EO 12999, which includes making modern computer technology an integral part of every classroom, connecting classrooms to the national infrastructure, providing teachers with the professional development they need to use new technologies effectively, and encourage the use of innovative educational software.

Quantity: Unknown
Additional Information: For additional information, please e-mail the CFL program at:Computers.Learning@gsa.gov
Website: Website

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KaBOOM! Invites Apps. for Community Playground Grants

Proposal Deadline: Rolling

KaBOOM! is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to saving play for America's children by creating great playspaces through community participation and leadership.

To that end, the organization is accepting applications for playground grants through Build It with KaBOOM!, a program that provides eligible communities with most of the funds, tools, and resources they need to build a custom-made playground in one day. Through the program, selected community groups work closely with a KaBOOM! project manager who will lead activities as well as coordinate equipment and material purchases for the project. Community members take the lead in recruiting volunteers, securing food and tool donations, and completing any necessary site preparation.

Municipalities and nonprofits serving children of playground age are eligible to apply. Applicants must contribute $8,500 toward the cost of playground equipment; recruit seventy-five to one hundred community volunteers to participate in playground build day; and own the land on which they wish to build, or possess a long-term lease and obtain permission from the landowner to construct a playground. In addition, they must complete any needed site preparation on at least 2,500 square feet of flat, dirt surface; secure soil tests, utility checks, and appropriate build permits in a timely manner; and accept ownership, insurance, and maintenance responsibilities for the playspace upon completion of the project.

Applications are accepted based on available funding in the area. However, KaBOOM! accepts and encourages applications on a rolling basis, as new funding opportunities change on a regular basis.

For complete program guidelines and application information, visit the KaBOOM! website.

Link to Complete RFP

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Kids Tennis Club Matching Equipment Grant

Proposal Deadline: Rolling

Link: • Kids Tennis Club Matching Equipment Grant

USTA Southern is offering matching equipment grants to elementary schools that organize a Kids Tennis Club. Kids Tennis Clubs are designed to give kids the opportunity to sample tennis through supervised play and interactive activities while meeting new friends and enhancing their social and physical development. Because no courts are required, Kids Tennis Clubs can be located in a variety of open play settings including schools, parks, youth centers, and tennis facilities.
Local organizers will receive a free Kids Tennis Club Playbook highlighting fun and easy tennis activities, a clipboard, and access to customizable marketing materials once they register online at www.usta.com/kidstennisclubs.
Schools are required to be an organizational member of the USTA ($35 per year) to be eligible for the matching equipment grant. Memberships entitle schools to receive significant equipment discounts from major tennis equipment manufacturers. Please note: This grant is available for schools in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

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Walmart/Sam's Club Giving Program

Proposal Deadline: Rolling Link: • Walmart Store and Sam's Club Giving Program The Wal-Mart Foundation will give $1,000-5,000 to programs and initiatives that address the educational needs of under-served young people ages 12-25. Examples include programs focused on high school success, access and retention of first-generation college students, and adolescent literacy. The Foundation has a particular interest in supporting veterans and military families, traditionally under-served groups, individuals with disabilities, and people impacted by natural disasters. Eligible applicants include K-12 schools and colleges with current tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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Pets in the Classroom Grant

Proposal Deadline: Rolling Link: http://www.petsintheclassroom.org   Pets in the Classroom is an educational grants program to support school teachers with aquarium fish or small pets in the classroom. The Pet Care Trust understands that many school teachers have very limited resources for the support of classroom animals. That's why the Trust sponsors this program to help teachers support pets in the classroom through direct, no-hassle grants. You can obtain a grant or coupon for the purchase of new pets, pet environments, or pet food and supplies for existing classroom pets.

Program Areas:Miscellaneous, Science/Environment

Recipients:Public Schools, Private/Charter Schools

Average Amount:$50.00 - $150.00

Telephone:443-640-1060

Email:nina@ksgroup.org

Availability:All States

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Reading Resource Project

Link: http://www.lefbooks.org

Proposal Deadline: Rolling

Sponsored by the LEF, the Reading Resource Project is an ongoing program that runs throughout the year. The program distributes books free of charge to literacy programs. Recipients only pay shipping, handling, and administrative costs, which is only $0.68 per book ($68 per set of 100 books). Reading Resource Project books come in sets of 100 and are available for grades preK-2. There will not be more than five copies of the same book in any set.

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United States-Japan Foundation Invites Applications for Pre-College Education Grants Program

Proposal Deadline: November 15, 2019 (Letters of Inquiry)

The United States-Japan Foundation its accepting applications for its Pre-College Education grants program.

Through the program, grants will be awarded in support of innovative K-12 education projects designed to help young Americans and Japanese learn about each other's society, culture, and country, as well as how to work together on issues of common concern.

To that end, USJF seeks to support programs that build human networks among teachers on both sides of the Pacific with a mutual interest in teaching and learning about Japan, the U.S., and U.S.-Japan relations, particularly in the fields of social studies, science, and Japanese language instruction; that have been underserved in terms of exposure to, and resources for, learning about the other country; that take advantage of new technology to bring Japanese and American teachers and students together; that enlist the expertise residing at institutions of higher learning and other NGOs in support of U.S.-Japan studies programs at the elementary, middle, and high school levels in both countries; that present the products of research and policy studies and media programs on U.S.-Japan issues to an audience of pre-college students and their teachers, with the aim of fostering mutual learning and understanding among young people who will be future leaders in both countries; that enhance, expand, and preserve the study of the Japanese language at the pre-college level in the United States through teacher professional development opportunities, national standards, and performance assessments; that develop curricula and other products focused on Japan and/or the United States that are immediately relevant to and useful in meeting the demands faced by teachers at the pre-college level; and that continue to support and enhance the vast network of teachers and students who have been exposed to U.S.-Japan studies over the years through USJF-sponsored programs.

Letters of Inquiry are due November 15, although applicants are encouraged to submit an LOI as early as possible for review. Upon review, selected applicants will be invited to submit a full proposal by January 31, 2020.

To be eligible, U.S.-based applicants must be tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Japan-based organizations are requested to submit some form of documentation demonstrating their nonprofit status.

See the United States-Japan Foundation website for complete program guidelines and application instructions.

Link to Complete RFP

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FY20 21st Century Community Learning Centers Cycle 17 RFA

Proposal Deadline: November 18, 2019

As authorized under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), Twenty-First Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC), the Office of Next Generation Schools and Districts is issuing a Request for Application (RFA) for local school districts, community and faith-based organizations, as well as other qualifying private and governmental organizations to design and implement effective out-of-school programs that improve student achievement and social development.

The 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) program provides academic, artistic and cultural enrichment opportunities for children, particularly students who attend high–poverty and low-performing schools, to meet state and local standards in core academic subjects, such as reading, math and science.  The purpose is to provide students with homework assistance and a broad array of activities that can complement their regular academic programs while also promoting youth development; and to offer literacy and other educational services to the families of participating children.

Programs must ensure the academic services they provide are aligned with the school's curriculum in the core subject areas.The questions deadline is October 23, 2019 at noon (ET). All questions must be sent to KDERFP@education.ky.gov.

The application submission deadline is November 18, 2019 at 4:00pm (ET)

FY20 21st CCLC Cycle 17 RFA

21st CCLC Definitions of Key Terms and Concepts

Cycle 17 RFA Call for Reviewers

Grant Cycles 1 through 16

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FY20 Kentucky Innovative Learning Network Travel Fund RFA (KYILN)

Proposal Deadline: November 25, 2019

WKEC eligible districts: Graves County, Marshall County, Trigg County, and Webster County

There are many schools in Kentucky implementing components of personalized learning, and district leaders are encouraged to visit exemplar schools within our state. There are also many examples of personalized learning across the country, and district leaders may benefit from site visits to other hubs of educational innovation, such as schools committed to competency based education or piloting blended learning initiatives. This grant is intended to support travel to exemplar schools outside the state of Kentucky. A list of suggested schools and other entities is included as Appendix B but travel is not limited to the suggestions in Appendix B and no particular preference will be given to applications for travel to schools mentioned in Appendix B. This grant is not intended to support travel to national conferences unless the conference is hosted by a school. Maximum request: $2,500

FY20 KYILN RFA

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Libraries and Autism Invites Applications for ‘Autism Welcome Here’ Grants

Proposal Deadline: December 2, 2019

Libraries and Autism: We’re Connected is inviting applications for its Autism Welcome Here: Library Programs, Services and More grant program.

The grant honors the work of Meg Kolaya, co-founder of the organization and a pioneer in the area of library services for people with autism, and celebrates her contributions in promoting inclusion, connecting libraries and the autism community, and bringing awareness of the needs of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families to the library community.

To that end, grants of up to $5,000 will be awarded through the program in support of projects that benefit people with autism and their families. Projects may initiate a new, creative program or service; bring an established, successful program or service to a library for the first time; or enhance a program or service currently offered by a library. Funds may be used to hire a trainer to present a workshop, buy program materials, pay for staff coverage, etc., so long as these expenses further a library’s ability to serve people with autism through the proposed projects. Projects may target any age group.

Eligible applicants include all types of libraries in the United States and Canada (including school libraries).

See the Libraries and Autism: We’re Connected website for complete program guidelines, application instructions, and information about previous awardees.

Link to Complete RFP

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Traditional Arts Touring from South Arts

Proposal Deadline(s): two options: 7/15/19 and/or 12/05/2019

Award $1,000 - $5,000

Website http://www.southarts.org/grants/apply-for-a-grant/traditional-arts-touring/

Purpose The Traditional Arts Touring Grant Program works to increase the public awareness, understanding and appreciation of the traditional arts in the South, through funding projects that bring a traditional artist/ensemble and a scholar/folklorist for multi-day residencies in Southern communities. This funding program is open to a wide variety of organizations, including community cultural organizations, schools/colleges/universities, libraries, museums, presenters, etc. The program serves both communities and traditional artists. Priority consideration is given to support new applicants and underserved communities. South Arts staff can also direct you to potential resources and networks to identify traditional artists and scholars/folklorists. Applicants are strongly advised to contact Teresa Hollingsworth (Director, Film and Traditional Arts), <a href="mailto:thollingsworth@southarts.org">thollingsworth@southarts.org</a> or 404-874-7244 x 14 to discuss your project before you submit your application.

Eligibility  Nonprofit organizations, official units of government, and educational organizations, in South Arts’ nine-state region are eligible to apply. South Arts’ nine-state region includes Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Organizations must have not-for-profit, tax-exempt status, or be an official unit of local, county or state government.  Governmental organizations must provide proof of government status. Educational institutions (schools, school systems, colleges and universities) are eligible.

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The Follett Challenge 

Proposal Deadline: 12/12/2019

Award: $200,000.00

Website: https://follettchallenge.com

Purpose: What does innovation look like in your school or district? How are you preparing students with the vital skills they need for life after high school and for jobs that may not yet exist? Share your story of an outstanding 21st-century learning program taking place in your classroom or library and earn the chance to win your share of $200,000 in Follett products and services!  

Eligibility: Submissions are open to all educators in K-12 schools (public/private) in the United States, Canada and Australia. This includes classroom teachers, special teachers (e.g., art teachers, music teachers), technology specialists, administrators, PTAs and librarians/media specialists.  

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ALDI Smart Kids Grant

Source ALDI

Deadline 12/15/2019

Award $5,000.00

Website https://corporate.aldi.us/en/corporate-responsibility/aldi-smart-kids/

Purpose To help fund programs that encourage kids to be active in the areas of education, physical activity, nutrition, socializing, and the arts. Support may be in the form of monetary donations or ALDI gift cards. The primary purpose of the grant program is to improve kids’ health and wellness in communities

Eligibility K-12 schools are eligible to apply

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Emergency Notification Grants

Source: Alertus Technologies

Proposal Deadline: 12/31/2019

Award: $75,000.00

Website: https://www.campussafetymagazine.com/technology/alertus-emergency-notification-grants/

Purpose: To provide emergency preparedness grants for K-12 schools, universities and churches. The emergency grant partners include the National Association of Campus Safety Administrators (NACSA), the Northeast Colleges and Universities Security Association (NECUSA) and Peace Officers for Christ (POFC).

Eligibility: In order to apply for the grants, applicants must be a registered non-profit organization or a government entity such as a school, library or public agency. n order to apply for the grants, applicants must be a registered non-profit organization or a government entity such as a school, library or public agency. 

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Teaching Tolerance Educator Grants

Proposal Deadline: 12/31/2019

Award  $10,000.00

Website https://www.tolerance.org/about/educator-grant-guidelines

Purpose Teaching Tolerance Educator Grants support educators who embrace and embed anti-bias principles throughout their schools. These grants, ranging from $500-$10,000, support projects that promote affirming school climates and educate youth to thrive in a diverse democracy. The grants fund projects on three levels: school, classroom and district.

Eligibility Educators nationwide in public or private K-12 spaces, as well as in alternative schools, therapeutic schools and juvenile justice facilities are eligible to apply. Educators working outside of the U.S., or at community-based, informal learning sites are not eligible to apply at this time.

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