Welcome to our Grant Finder! Besides the grants listed below, there may be others available for your school. We cover how to search for grants in our Grant Writing 101 Webinar. Sometimes the best grants to apply for are those within your school’s education foundation/local network. Always reach out to your school’s or district’s grant writer and administrators to learn about more grants available to your school.
Please note: The purpose of this grant finder is to help teachers and grant writers connect with possible grants. It is your responsibility to go to the grant organization’s website to receive the most up-to-date information and confirm that the budget, deadline, and eligibility still match your application/proposal. The grants listed below are funded by non-affiliated organizations. Please contact the funder directly for specific questions and eligibility requirements. Math & Movement does not provide these grants directly.
Want to include Math & Movement in your grant application? Visit the Grant Template page for grant writing tips and sample proposals for including our materials in your grants.
Michigan nonprofit organizations, units of government, and local school districts in eligible counties for programs that support and strengthen local communities.
Eligible applicants provide services in Antrim, Benzie, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska and Leelanau counties and include 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organizations, Native nations, local units of government and school districts. Partnerships and networks are encouraged to apply using an eligible organization as a fiduciary.
National Council for Teachers of Math: John and Stacey Wahl Fund
The purpose of this grant is to develop activities that will enable students to better appreciate, understand, and apply some aspect of geometry that is consistent with adopted standards and connects to a context outside of mathematics.
The primary applicant must be a current (on or before the application deadline) Essential or Premium
member of NCTM.
Teacher-Leader Professional Learning Grant Supported by NCSM and NCTM
The purpose of this grant is to provide professional learning assistance for mathematics teachers and mathematics teacher-leaders.
Pre-K-12 teachers/schools with at least one current (on or before October 12) Essential or Premium member of NCTM or teach at a school with a current (on or before October 12) NCTM Pre-K-8 school membership. Additionally, the applicant must have at least one current (on or before October 12, 2019) member of NCSM.
Martha Holden Jennings Foundation
Grants are available to teachers and administrators and are typically for classroom or school-wide projects.
Outstanding classroom teachers and administrators in Ohio's PK-12 public schools.
Our Military Kids
Our Military Kids provides grants for sports, fine arts, camps, and tutoring programs during a parent’s deployment or recovery, for children aged 3-18.
Children aged 3-18 (but have yet to graduate high school) with a parent currently deployed overseas or activated stateside (not including AGR assignments or training) with the National Guard or Reserve for at least 90 days, OR is a Veteran who sustained combat-related injuries during a post 9/11 overseas mission and is currently undergoing treatment, with a VA individual disability rating of at least 30% or more in one of the categories of TBI, PTSD, amputation, spinal cord injury, burns or mental health.
Virginia Economic Educator Awards
to Virginia K-12 teachers in public and private schools to promote and expand economic and financial education programs in their classrooms. Funding is intended to strengthen education programs and enhance students' learning in these areas.
Virginia K-12 teachers in public or private schools are eligible to apply.
STEM PreK-12 Utah Classroom Grant (176459)
This PreK-12 Classroom Grant is available for Utah educators and administrators to apply for funding set aside to improve student understanding and learning experiences in the subjects of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Awards will be granted for innovative and creative projects in STEM subjects. These projects should focus on classroom-level instruction that is unique to the needs of the students.
PreK-12 educators and administrators in Utah focused on improving student understanding and learning experiences in the subjects of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Toshiba America Foundation (TAF)
Funding is intended to increase student success rates in science, technology, engineering, and math by introducing original project-based learning ideas.
USA K-5 teachers at public and nonprofit private schools
City National Bank Literacy Grants
Funding is intended to enhance literacy. Funding may be used to purchase books, software and hardware, CDs, DVDs, and other educational resources.
K-12 educators, school staff, and school media specialists
Kettering Family Philanthropies (KFP) - Kettering Family Foundation (KFF)
Funding is intended to support projects and programs within the focus areas of arts, culture, and humanities; education; environment; health and medical; human services; and public/society benefit.
501(c)(3) and schools