Additional Funding and Award Opportunities Listed in Past Issues
Samsung’s Four Seasons of Hope Offers Technology Donation Competition for U.S. Schools
Up to $1 million in cash and technology from Samsung Electronics America plus in-kind donations from Microsoft, DirecTV, and Best Buy will be given to individuals with the best ideas to improve the use of technology in classrooms. Deadline: November 1, 2009.
SeaWorld/Busch Gardens Environmental Excellence Awards
Since 1993, the awards have recognized outstanding efforts of students and teachers across the country working at the grassroots level to protect and preserve the environment. Over the past 17 years, SeaWorld/Busch Gardens has awarded $1.7 million to more than 150 schools in 35 U.S. states/territories. In 2004, the awards program was expanded to include community groups who are protecting planet Earth.Maximum award: $10,000. Eligibility: schools (grades K-12) and community groups. Deadline: November 20, 2009.
VFW: National Citizenship Education Teachers’ Award
The Veterans of Foreign Wars’ National Citizenship Education Teachers’ Award recognizes the nation’s top elementary, junior high and high school teachers who teach citizenship education topics and promote America’s history and traditions. Fellow teachers, supervisors, or other interested individuals can submit nominations to their local Post. Maximum award: $1,000. Eligibility: teachers K-12. Deadline: November 1, 2009.
VSA arts and MetLife Foundation Invite Applications for Arts Connect All Grant Program
For access to the arts, all people need opportunities to attend, participate in, and learn through arts experiences. VSA arts and MetLife Foundation’s Arts Connect All grants encourage arts organizations to create or enhance inclusive education programs by strengthening partnerships with local public schools. Ten grants of up to $15,000 will be awarded to arts organizations working to enable students with disabilities to experience social, cognitive, and cultural development alongside peers without disabilities through arts learning. Deadline: December 11, 2009.
American Association on Health and Disability (AAHD) Announces the Creation of the 2009 AAHD Scholarship Program
The AAHD Scholarship will provide support for students with disabilities who are pursuing higher education. Those who are pursuing undergraduate/graduate studies in the field of public health, health promotion, or disability studies, to include disability policy and disability research will be given preference. Please, visit the above website to download the application.
American School Board Journal: Magna Awards
The American School Board Journal’s 16th annual Magna Awards honor outstanding programs, which have been developed or supported by school boards that showcase school district leadership, creativity, and commitment to student achievement. Maximum award: $4,000. All nominations are judged on three enrollment categories (under 5,000 enrollment; 5,000-20,000 enrollment; and over 20,000 enrollment) with a grand prizewinner in each category. Eligibility: local school boards. Deadline: October 31, 2009.
Applications Invited for State Farm’s Youth Advisory Board Service-Learning Grants Program
Grants of up to $100,000 will be awarded to nonprofits, educational institutions, and government agencies in the U.S. and Canada, which sponsor student-led service learning projects on environmental, societal, or financial issues within higher education. Grants will be awarded to those projects that address the issues of environmental responsibility, natural and societal disaster preparedness, driver safety, financial education, and accessing higher education. Deadline: October 2, 2009.
CVS Caremark Community Grants Program Accepting Grant Applications for Programs Serving Children With Disabilities and the Uninsured
The CVS Caremark Community Grants Program seeks to provide support to community organizations and public schools in states where CVS stores are located. The program will award funds to nonprofit organizations working to provide disabled children and youth (under age 21) with health and rehabilitation services and/or programs, which enable and encourage physical movement and play. The program will also award grants to public schools that promote a greater level of inclusion in student activities and extracurricular programs for children with disabilities.
Deadline: October 31, 2009
High School Students Invited to Submit Entries for Green Your School Contest
Awards of up to $5,000 will be given to high schools whose students have designed projects to improve, restore, beautify, or conserve their school environment. The Green Your School Contest is a national competition that aims to stimulate and identify conservation service projects designed by high school students that improve, restore, beautify, or conserve their high school environment. To be eligible projects must have been begun after August 1, 2008. Deadline: October 9, 2009
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Grants of up to $5,000 will be awarded to nonprofits and schools working to provide disabled children and youth under age 21 with health and rehabilitation programs and active play opportunities alongside their non-disabled peers. Lowe’s will donate $5 million to U.S. public schools and public school teacher groups at more then one thousand public schools. Projects that encourage parent involvement and build stronger community spirit will be favored.
Deadline: October 16, 2009
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