Grant name Grant description Due date Web address Keywords
    3rd Grade Cabbage Program Bonnie Plants delivers millions of free cabbage plants each year to students in third grade classes throughout the country. The program offers students a chance to get a unique, hands-on gardening experience through growing colossal cabbages, reaping hefty harvests, and holding high hopes to win “best in state” and receive a $1,000 scholarship towards education from Bonnie Plants. [0000] - Ongoing Bonnie Cabbage Program website Garden
    Adopt A Classroom Adopt A Classroom empowers teachers with the funds they need to purchase hands-on learning resources so they can transform their classrooms into vibrant centers for learning - without the out-of-pocket expense. Partner with donors and get classroom resources you need. 100% of donor contributions go directly to your classroom. You must register your classroom first. [0000] - Ongoing Adopt A Classroom website Classroom supplies
    Alternative Fuel Foundation Green Education Program Grants The Alternative Fuel Foundation Green Education Program Grant supports forward thinking schools with projects that advance the concept of sustainability. Focus will be on projects that promote and use alternative fuel and that encourage parent and community involvement. Grants of $100 to $1,200 are being offered. [0000] - Ongoing Alternative Fuel Foundation website Science
    DuPont Community Giving Program DuPont Pioneer supports communities in which their employees and customers live and work. DuPont Pioneer's Giving Program provides grants up to $5,000 for a project or program which focuses on the following: Pre K - 12 education, food security, and community betterment. [0000] - Ongoing Pioneer website Service learning
    FTPF Fruit Tree 101 Program The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation (FTPF) is dedicated to planting fruitful trees and plants to alleviate world hunger, strengthen communities, and improve the surrounding air, soil and water. Our "Fruit Tree 101" program for schools creates outdoor edible orchard classrooms at public schools of all levels, and will provide generations of students with environmental education opportunities and a source of organic fruit. [0000] - Ongoing FTPF website Environment
    KaBOOM! Grants KaBOOM! has ongoing grant opportunities—based on geographic locations where and when KaBOOM!has funding—for community partners to transform their community spaces! KaBOOM! encourages potential community partners to apply proactively so that as grant opportunities present themselves, KaBOOM! can quickly be in touch with you to schedule the next steps in the process. [0000] - Ongoing KaBOOM! website Sports
    Museum of Tolerance Professional Development Grants Tools for Tolerance for Educators has state funding for pre-school, K-12 school educators and the staff of California's schools to participate in one program during the upcoming academic year. The grant meets the cost of tuition, educational resource materials, and lunch. The grant sponsors some of the travel expenses for non-local participants. [0000] - Ongoing Tools for Tolerance for Educators website Field trips
    PG&E First Robotics Grants FIRST Robotics has a proven model for inspiring young people to be science and technology leaders, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering and technology skills that spur innovation and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication and leadership. Prizes range from $300 to $2,000. [0000] - Ongoing PG&E website STEM
    Ross Store-Based Giving Program The Ross Store-Based Giving Program provides support – primarily in the form of gift cards – to non-profits and schools serving a community within 25 miles of a Ross Dress for Less or dd’s DISCOUNTS store. [0000] - Ongoing Ross website Classroom supplies
    Rugby Ball Grant This gives schools the opportunity to apply for rugby balls for their school program. [0000] - Ongoing US Rugby website Sports
    Safeway Foundation Local Community Funds Grants Safeway Foundation's Local Community Funds Grants support projects that have a positive impact on communities where Safeway operates, and fulfill one of their funding priorities: Health and Human Services, Hunger, Youth and Education, Veterans, Supporting Diversity and Inclusion of All Abilities. Grants range from $1,000 to $2,500. [0000] - Ongoing Safeway Foundation website Classroom supplies
    TAF Advancement of Awesomeness Grants The Awesome Foundation (TAF) provides $1,000 grants for the Arts and Sciences and the advancement of awesomeness in the universe. The Foundation provides these grants with no strings attached and claims no ownership over the projects it supports. [0000] - Ongoing TAF website Arts and music
    USGA Alliance Grants Grants support organizations which provide opportunities for individuals with disabilities to learn and enjoy the game of golf and its inherent values. The Alliance and the USGA share the belief that the game of golf is exceptionally well-suited to allow individuals with disabilities to participate in a recreational or competitive activity with participants who have various types of disabilities as well as those who do not have disabilities. [0000] - Ongoing USGA website Sports
    Victor C. Clark Youth Incentive Program The Victor Clark Youth Incentive Fund Program, one of ARRL Foundation's Special Programs, was established with the objective of providing support for the development of Amateur Radio among high-school age (or younger) youth. Grants will be given for projects such as securing equipment for antennas for club stations, purchasing training materials, and more. Preference will be given to projects with local matching funds. [0000] - Ongoing Victor C. Clark website Technology
    Walkabouts Grant To help improve the health and cognitive abilities of more students and classrooms, ActivEd is awarding 25 qualifying schools a fully funded, 12-month license for the Walkabouts platform (a $999 value). Walkabouts are web-based lessons for pre-K to second grade students that get young learners out of their seats and integrate movement with language arts, math, and reading content. For more details, please visit the website. [0000] - Ongoing Walkabouts website Classroom supplies
    Toshiba Science and Math Grants Toshiba America Foundation (TAF) Grants fund the projects, ideas and materials teachers need to innovate in their math and science classrooms, grades K-5 & 6-12. Grants are up to $1,000 for K-5 and up to $5,000 for grades 6-12. [0000] - Ongoing for Secondary, October 1 for Elementary Toshiba website Science
    IRA Award Grants The International Reading Association (IRA) Award Grants honor educators in grades K-12 who are making an outstanding and innovative contribution in reading education. [0000] - Various deadlines IRA website Literacy and libraries
    National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Grants The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) is awarding several different grants for pre-K to 12th grade math teachers. Please visit the website for details. [0000] - Various deadlines NCTM's website Math
    Carton 2 Garden Contest! Evergreen Packaging and KidsGardening.org are proud to present our national Carton 2 Garden Contest: Open to public and private schools, contest winners will be selected based on their implementation of an innovative garden creation featuring creative and sustainable uses for repurposed milk and juice cartons. Win up to $5,000 for your school. [0325] - March 25, 2019 Carton 2 Garden website Garden
    CTA Institute for Teaching Apply for an IFT Grant and be part of the Strength-Based Teacher Driven Change Movement by applying for Educator Grants (up to $5,000) and Impact Grants (up to $20,000). The grant focus is on strength-based thinking which assumes that every student, classroom and school has untapped stories of excellence that release positive energy and inspires creativity. [0331] - March 31, 2019 Teacher Driven Change website
    FM Global Fire Prevention Grant Program The insurance conglomerate FM Global supports a wide array of fire prevention, preparedness and education programs. K-12 schools are eligible to apply for grants up to $2,500 for fire safety sessions and fire education prevention materials. [0331] - March 31, July 31, November 30 FM Global website Classroom supplies
    San Juan Education Foundation: STARS Grant and Innovative Learning Grant San Juan Education Foundation (SJEF) funds two types of grants: 1) STARS mini grants of up to $500 for teacher/principals whose proposals focus on student achievement in Science, Technology, Arts and Reading and 2) Innovative Learning Grants of up to $1,000 to support teachers in actively engaging, stimulating and motivating student learning. All teachers and administrative personnel can apply. [0331] - March 31, June 30, September 30, December 29 San Juan Education Foundation website Classroom supplies
    CFKF Stringed Instruments Grants The Classics for Kids Foundation (CFKF) aims to bridge the funding gap and enhance school music programs by providing matching grants for beautiful new stringed instruments. [0331] - March 31, June 30, September 30, December 31 CFKF website Arts and music
    America's Farmers Grow Rural Education America's Farmers Grow Rural Education is back to partner with farmers to nominate their local public school district to compete for $10,000 or $25,000 to enhance math and science education. Once a local farmer nominates the district, you are invited to apply for the grants. [0401] - April 1, 2019 America's Farmers Grow Rural Education website Math
    Baseball Tomorrow Fund The fund awards grants to organizations involved in the operation of youth baseball and softball programs and facilities. Grants are awarded to programs that increase the number of youth that participate in baseball and softball programs. [0401] - April 1, July 1, October 1, January 1 MLB website Sports
Last Modified on May 22, 2015