Grant Roundup 10/5-10/9

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Grant Roundup 10/5-10/9

1. Subaru Foundation

Grants focus on educational and environmental activities for children and youth through grade 12. SOAF seeks funding programs that promote STEM.

Requirements:

Schools 501(c)3 – see list of select locations across the country

Funding:up to $5,000

Deadline:  10/12/20

Learn More Here

2. OMNOVA Solutions Foundation Grants

Grants focus addressing specific improvements and opportunities in reading and economic literacy, and math and science in K-12 schools.

Requirements: Priority emphasis is placed on organizations in those North American communities where OMNOVA conducts business.

Funding: Varies

Deadline:10/31/20

Learn More Here

3.Albuquerque Public Schools (APS) Education Foundation Grants

Funding is intended to support hands-on classroom projects that advance student learning in the areas of STEM, fine arts, and literacy.

Requirements:K-12 Albuquerque Public Schools (New Mexico)

Funding:

Up to $1,500 for an individual project, targeting a single classroom 

Up to $5,000 for a team project, targeting multiple classrooms

Deadlines:10/06/20 by 5pm

Learn More Here

4.  Halliburton Foundation Grants

Halliburton Foundation, Inc. is a nonprofit organization supporting educational initiatives at all levels through grants for science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) and business programs at U.S. colleges and universities as well as elementary and secondary institutions.

Requirements: K-12 public schools and nonprofits. Strong preference is given to organizations in areas where Halliburton has a significant presence as measured by facilities, employees and customers

Funding: undefined

Deadline: Ongoing

Learn More Here

Questions? Reach out to our grant team at grants.mathandmovement@gmail.com!

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