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Grant Roundup 9/28-10/2

1. National Education Association Student Success Grant 

The NEA Foundation provides support for ongoing response efforts to needs that emerged or worsened due to the pandemic, as well as for racial equity work. However, they will also consider applications that do not fall into either of these categories.

Requirements: Current National Education Association member and educators in public schools or public institutions of higher education. 

Funding: $2,000 or $5,000 

Deadline: 12/01/20

Learn More Here

2. Association of American Educators Foundation Classroom Grant

Classroom grants can be used for a variety of projects and materials, including but not limited to books, software, calculators, math manipulatives, art supplies, audio-visual equipment, and lab materials.

Requirements: Full-time educators 

Funding: $500

Deadline: October 1, 2020 and March 1, 2021.

Learn More Here

3. Toshiba America Foundation Grants

Do you have an innovative idea for improving STEM learning in your classroom? Is your idea project based learning with measurable outcomes?

Funding is intended to increase student success-rates by introducing creative project-based learning ideas that will make STEM learning fun.

Requirements: K-12 Educators

Funding: $1,000 for K-5; $5,000 for 6-12

Deadlines: 10/01/20 for $1,000
12/1/20 for up to $5,000
11/1/20 for $5,000+  

Learn More Here for K-5

Learn More Here for 6-12

4. Gray Family Foundation Environmental Education Grant 

Funding is intended to support opportunities for organizations, schools, and/or school districts to use and integrate outdoor spaces (e.g. schoolyards, playgrounds, nearby parks or natural areas) into student learning as a method for both engaging students and reducing risk for students and educators during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Requirements: Programs for 3rd through 8th grade youth (schools/501(c)(3)s)

Funding: $5,000 – $25,000

Deadlines: 11/13/20 at midnight

Learn More Here

5. Jovia Financial
Funding Your Ideas (FYI)  Teacher Grants 

Jovia’s Funding Your Ideas (FYI) Teacher Grant program provides up to $500 to eligible teachers and educators. This grant program brings ideas to life in the classroom.

Requirements: Pre-K through 12th grade in Nassau or Suffolk County (includes private, public, or parochial schools)

Funding: up to $500

Deadlines: 10/31/20

Learn More Here

6. CSX Community Service Grants 

Grants to Ontario, Quebec, and USA nonprofits, schools, colleges, universities, and government entities in eligible states for services that have a significant and discernible impact on their local communities.

Requirements: USA K-5 teachers at public and nonprofits (in select states)

Funding: Suggested ranges are $1,000 to $5,000

Deadlines: 10/31/20

Learn More Here

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

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