Grant Funding Available For Your School!

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By Suzy Koontz

Are you interested in Math & Movement, but can’t seem to figure out how to fit the materials into your school’s budget? We hope to bring Math & Movement into every school that wants to use it and we are happy to help you secure funding to make it happen! We are constantly looking for grants that fit the goals of Math & Movement.

Currently, there is a federal grant that would be a fantastic opportunity for funding Math & Movement materials for your school.

The U.S. Department of Education has a national grant, called the Carol M. White Physical Education Program (PEP) Grant. PEP provides grants to local educational agencies and community-based organizations to improve physical education for K-12 students.

Math & Movement would be a perfect program for this grant because it helps meet state physical education standards and supports high-need students. The expected award range for this grant is $200k – $800 per year. The deadline to apply is May 20, 2016. To learn more about this grant opportunity, visit

If your school is interested in any of these grant opportunities, please contact us at We have grant writers waiting to hear from you!

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