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Grant Roundup 9/21-9/25

1. PNC Grow Up Great Early Childhood Grant 

The PNC Foundation supports educational programs for children and youth, particularly early education initiatives that serve low-and moderate-income children (birth through age five), their teachers, and families. Priority is given to programs that focus on the areas of math, science, the arts, or financial education.

Requirements: The proposed activity must occur in a community where PNC has a significant presence. (Find more details about locations on their website.)

Funding: Varies 

Deadline: Ongoing 

Learn More Here

2. The Brown Rudnick Charitable Foundation Corp. Community Grant 

Funding is intended to assist with small, concrete projects or needs that will make an improvement in inner-city education in Boston, Hartford, New York City, Providence, and Washington, D.C. within a year of the grant award. 

Requirements: Nonprofits and schools in Boston, Providence, Hartford, New York, Washington, D.C., Orange County, or London (UK).

Funding: Varies. Not more than $2,000 in any one month. 

Deadline: Reviewed on a monthly basis.

Learn More Here

3. NCTM Mathematics Education Trust Grants (multiple opportunities!)

The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) works to ensure equitable mathematics learning of the highest quality for all students through the vision, leadership, and professional development of mathematics teachers. 

Requirements: Applicants must be current NCTM members and currently teach mathematics at least 50 percent of the school day

Funding: Grants range from $3,000 to $5,000

Deadline: 11/01/20

Learn More Here

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

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