How to apply for grants
Money is hard to get.. we know.
Grants are hard to come by, and when you do find one, you want to make sure that it's written well.
Below you will find sources for finding grants:
It is to be noted that grant seekers must address one of the foundations focus areas of math, science, or access to technology.
Submit proposals in letter format to the appropriate address, preferably by June 30. It is suggested that a brief proposal be originally submitted and, if the matter is one of interest to the trustees, a more detailed proposal may be required.
The group recognizes education as the foundation of economic and personal growth.
This foundation supports 501(c)3 organizations, programs, and institutions that provide new or enhanced opportunity in the areas of education, health, and cultural development.
Dollar General supports literacy programs directed at schools and libraries in communities where they are located. The available grant has a May 21 deadline.
Education Blueprints Association
This grant program, offered by EBA, is available to help fund teachers using LEGO® Education products to facilitate hands-on workshops at national, state, or regional conferences or events by reimbursing qualified facilitators for expenses.
The LEGO Education Showcase Grant Program, offered by EBA, is available to current LEGO Education customers who want to showcase their investment in the LEGO Education System for Learning through a hands-on community activity.