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The following grants and funding opportunities are currently accepting applicants. These grants are not offered through America's Promise Alliance, but they each relate to our Five Promises. If you have questions about these opportunities, please follow the links provided in each item.

NEW: Braitmayer Foundation Grants for Innovation in Education
The Braitmayer Foundation funds projects utilizing innovative practices in K-12 education throughout the United States. Of particular interest are curricular and school reform initiatives, as well as preparation of and professional development opportunities for teachers, particularly those that encourage people of high ability and diverse backgrounds to enter and remain in K-12 teaching. The maximum award is $35,000.” Deadline: Mar. 15, 2017.

Teen Tech Center Grant Program
The Clubhouse Network and Best Buy are seeking local organizations currently serving teens in the Cincinnati, Las Vegas, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Nashville, and the New Orleans areas to collaborate with. If you are an organization currently serving teens in any of these cities and have an interest in providing youth with a creative, innovative learning environment with access to high-end technology, you are encouraged to apply.Deadline: Mar. 10, 2017.”

Youth Services Improvement Grants
The William T. Grant Foundation supports activities intended to improve the quality of services for your people ages five to 25 in the five New York City boroughs. Their goal is to help strengthen existing youth services by addressing issues or problems at the point of service, where staff and youth interact. Deadline: Mar. 10, 2017.”

Drug-Free Communities Support Program Grants
The Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Support Program aims to strengthen collaboration among communities and reduce substance use among youth. Eligible applicants are community-based coalitions addressing youth substance abuse that have never received a DFC grant.” Deadline: Mar. 15, 2017.

Preparing High School Youth Postsecondary STEM Education Program Grants
The Department of Education is funding a discretionary grant program that supports projects designed to provide students with the skills and motivation necessary to complete a program of secondary education and to enter into, and succeed in, a program of postsecondary education. The grants support projects designed to prepare high school students for postsecondary education programs that lead to careers in the fields of math and science. Deadline: Mar. 22, 2017.”

Comprehensive School Safety Initiative Research Grants
The Comprehensive School Safety Initiative funds research to produce knowledge that can improve the safety of schools and students. This grant opportunity includes multiple finding categories with different expectation and requirements to accomplish the goals of the Comprehensive School Safety Initiative. Deadline: March 24, 2017.

Minority Youth Violence Prevention Project Grants
The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health is offering up to $425,000 to support programs that integrate public health and law enforcement, offer evidence-based violence prevention strategies and interventions, and incorporate culturally and linguistically appropriate approaches to reduce disparities in access to public health services, reduce violent crimes, and improve the health and wellbeing of communities of color in communities with greater prevalence of youth violence. Deadline: Mar. 31, 2017.

Youth Led Community Service Project Small Grants
The Karma For Care Foundation encourages youth to apply for funds between $250 and $1,000 to complete service projects in their communities. Whether it is starting a community garden, renovating a school playground or helping families get their homes ready for winter, Karma For Care Foundation wants to know what you are passionate about. Deadline: Apr. 1, 2017.

Legal Education Diversity Grant Program
The Legal Education Diversity Pipeline Grant Program awards grants to current or proposed programs that conduct interventions to enhance access to legal education for students from diverse backgrounds, with an emphasis on historically underrepresented minority students and students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. The program awards grants that enhance access to legal education at the national level, or encompass more localized efforts. Deadline: Apr. 10, 2017.

NEW: National Endowment for the Arts Challenge America Grant
The Challenge America category offers support to small and mid-sized organizations for projects that extend the reach of the arts to underserved populations. Grants are available for professional arts programming and for projects that emphasize the potential of the arts in community development. Applicants may be arts organizations, local arts agencies, arts service organizations, local education agencies, school districts, and other organizations that help advance the goals of the National Endowment for the Arts." Deadline: Apr. 13, 2017.”

Education Learning and Leadership Grants
The National Education Association Foundation is offering grants to support public school teachers, public education support professionals, and/or faculty and staff in public institutions of higher education. These grants are awarded to individuals or groups to help fund participation in high-quality professional development experiences, study groups, and mentoring experiences for faculty or staff. Deadline: Jun. 1, 2017.

Homeless and Runaway Youth Basic Center Grant Program
The Family and Youth Services Bureau’s Runaway Homeless Youth program is accepting applications for the Basic Center Program, which gives temporary shelter and counseling services to youth who are homeless and might otherwise end up in law enforcement or in child welfare, mental health, or juvenile systems. The Administration for Children and Families is offering up to $200,000 to organizations that support these programs. Deadline: Jun. 13, 2017.

Child Welfare Information and Education Program Grant
The American Legion Child Welfare Foundation is accepting proposals from non-profit organizations that contribute to physical, mental, emotional spiritual welfare of children.”Deadline: Jul. 15, 2017.

Arts Integrated Education Program Grants
The P. Buckley Moss Foundation aims to promote the integration of the arts into all educational programs with specific regards to children who learn in different ways. The foundation has grants available for up to $1,000 to be awarded to support educators who need assistance to further their program goals.”Deadline: Sept. 30, 2017.

Reducing Health Disparities Among Minority and Underserved Children Research Program Grants
The National Institutes of Health believes that investing in early childhood development is essential. The initiative encourages research about the reduction of health disparities among children. Specific targeted areas of research include bio-behavioral studies, lifestyle, environmental, social, and economic factors  that influence youth. Deadline: May 7, 2020.

NEW: The LIDS Foundation Activity Grants
The LIDS Foundation wants to support community-based youth athletic programs focused on active lifestyle and team-building skills; funding should benefit the physical and mental well-being of youth. Eligible activities include direct costs of youth programming and scholarship funding for campus and youth athletic programs, with preference given to projects that target children and youth up to age 18 and programs that can be sustained beyond the grant period. Nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations are eligible to apply. The foundation has a particular interest in organizations with volunteer opportunities.” Deadline: Deadline Rolling”

NEW: CVS/Caremark Community Grants
CVS/Caremark Community Grants fund programs for children with disabilities under age 21; academic and enrichment programs at public schools; and programs that provide access to quality health care services and health education for at-risk and underserved populations of all ages. The maximum award is $5,000.” Deadline: Deadline Rolling”

School Breakfast Building Grant Program
Pinnacle Food Service wants to ensure that every child starts their day with a delicious and nutritious breakfast – which has been shown to improve academic performance. The Pinnacle Food Service School Breakfast Building Grant Programs wants to help districts and their schools make sure their students have access to daily meals. Deadline: Rolling.

The Reiman Foundation
The Reiman Foundation supports projects education, health care, the arts, and children’s initiatives. “If your appeal falls within one or more of these areas we will be glad to consider it,” according to their website. Deadline: Rolling.

Community and Youth Arts and Cultural Education Program Grants
The Thriving Cultures Program seeks to create just and sustainable communities in four ways: cultural advancement, educational development, community engaged design, and social change. The Surdna Foundation is offering grants to nonprofit organizations in the United States who believe that communities with robust arts and culture are more cohesive and prosperous, and benefit from the diversity of their residents. Deadline: Rolling.

Singing for Change Social and Environmental Problem Solving Grants
Singing for Change, created by musician Jimmy Buffet in 1995, offers $1,000-$10,000 grants to progressive nonprofits working to address the root causes of social or environmental problems. Areas of interest include children and families, the environment, and disenfranchised groups. Singing for Change will pay special attention to projects that “help people overcome social or economic barriers to education or employment; promote the empowerment of individuals toward self-sufficiency, and provide opportunities for personal growth that benefit their greater community; and demonstrate human equality and encourage people to cross boundary lines to help others.” Deadline: Rolling.

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards
The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers invites young people in grades 7-12 to submit entries for the 2017 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards; 15 graduating seniors have the chance to win Portfolio Gold Medals, which include a $10,000 scholarship. Additional scholarships are available to Portfolio Silver Medalists and through sponsored awards and stipends to summer arts programs. Deadline: Rolling.

Global Fund for Children
The Global Fund for Children is accepting letters of inquiry from small, grassroots organizations with budgets of $200,000 or less that work directly with children and youth. They will give priority “to organizations that focus on young people outside the reach of mainstream services, operate with community input, and engage children and youth as active participants in their own development.” Deadline: Rolling.

Sunoco Foundation Fueling Minds and Communities
The Sunoco Foundation is focused on investing in projects that promote local education, workforce development, and make communities great places to live and work. The foundation mostly awards grants to nonprofits located in areas where Sunoco has a major process. Applicants must submit a brief eligibility quiz and letter of inquiry, after which the foundation may extend an invitation for the applicant to fill out a full proposal. Deadline: Rolling.

Whole Foods Community Giving Days
Whole Foods stores donate 5 percent of their Community Giving Days’ net sales to nonprofits and educational organizations. Interested organizations should consult the Whole Foods website to see if their local store offers an online request form, or reach out to that store's marketing director. Deadline: Rolling.

Leona Gruber Trust Grants
The Leona Gruber Trust awards 15 grants per year to organizations with a focus on youth, health care, community, and education. Average grant size is $2,000. Deadline: Rolling

Bruce J. Heim Foundation Grants
The Bruce J. Heim Foundation strives to help young people with the potential for excellence in an area of interest. The foundation makes grants to organizations that help young people improve and develop their talents. Scholarships and funding are dedicated to a number of projects including university programs, independent secondary schools, and other institutions. Nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations are eligible to apply. Applications should include a brief history of the organization, a description of the proposed project or scholarship, a budget, and the amount being requested. Deadline: Rolling.

Advancing Wellness Grants Program: Expanding Education and Employment Pathways
The California Wellness Foundation focuses its grant making on promoting employment and asset-building opportunities and increasing educational opportunities for resilient youth aged 14 to 26 who are in or have exited the juvenile or adult criminal justice systems, are currently or formerly in foster care, are homeless, or are experiencing such circumstances while pregnant or parenting. Deadline: Rolling.

Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation Education Grants
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation supports organizations that serve lower-income individuals and assist vulnerable and at-risk populations. Program areas include older adult services, workforce development, basic human needs and health, disabilities, education, and general community support. The types of support awarded for education include general operating, program, and capital projects. General operating and program grants are exclusively focused on Baltimore City and Baltimore County, Northeastern Pennsylvania, and Hawaii. Only capital projects are accepted nationally. Deadline: Rolling.

Project Produce: Fruit and Veggie Grants for Schools
The Chef Ann Foundation and Skoop have teamed up to help schools increase access to fresh fruits and vegetables for children and youth and nutrition education in schools. The purpose of Project Produce is to create planned lunchroom activities to showcase and taste fresh vegetables and fruits. Proposed projects must be planned with the intention of offering activities to all students in the school building. Proposals for projects scheduled after the school day or on the weekend must demonstrate how they target the full school enrollment and help encourage vegetable and fruit consumption in school meals. Deadline: Rolling.

PPG Industries Foundation Education and Community Grants
The PPG Industries Foundation favors projects that promote academic excellence and prepare the next generation of leaders in business, science, and technology. Support for students of high academic achievement and programs that attract young people to the study of science remain priorities for the foundation. PPG’s strategy for support of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) initiatives is defined by the emerging macro trends that predict core markets, product offerings, and technology needs. Deadline: Rolling.

TD Bank Charitable Foundation Grant
The TD Charitable Foundation provides financial support through its grant application process to organizations providing service in these areas of focus: affordable housing, education/financial literacy, and the environment. Special consideration is given to programs that support low- to moderate-income individuals by providing services, training, or education that improves the quality of life and provides opportunities for advancement. Eligible applicants are nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations, public schools, and local government entities. Interested applicant should apply on a state level. Deadline: Vary by State.

Educational Assistance and Training Programs
The Cruise Industry Charitable Foundation (CICF) encourages the creation and expansion of learning experiencing and opportunities at the primary, secondary, and higher education levels, particularly for minority and disadvantaged students. Areas of special interest to CICF include educational and training programs designed to improve literacy, teach basic life skills, promote good citizenship and public services, and increase reading, mathematics, and science proficiencies. Deadline: Rolling.

English Language Specialist Program
The US Department of State, through the English Language Specialist Program, recruits US academics and professionals in the fields of teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) and applied linguistics to deliver and maintain quality English programs overseas. US embassies identify and define the English Language Specialist assignments, which may include teacher training, curriculum and textbook development, or host institutions program evaluation. Deadline: Rolling.

Tina B. Carver Fund
Established in memory of a longtime English as a Second Language (ESL) educator, Tina B. Carver Fund provides grants to teachers for funding student classroom learning materials and teacher materials. Grants are available to members of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) or its affiliates. The grants must be submitted on behalf of community-based organizations, charitable institutions, or non-profits with 501©(3) status. Awards are based on itemized expenses for materials to be purchased with the grant. Applications must be submitted online. Deadline: Rolling.

Education and Community Grants
The PPG Industries Foundation favors projects that promote academic excellence and prepare the next generation of leaders in business, science, and technology. Support for students of high academic achievement and programs that attract young people to the study of science remain priorities for the foundation. PPG’s strategy for support of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) initiatives is defined by the emerging macrotrends that predict core markets, product offerings, and technology needs. Deadline: Rolling.

KaBoom!’s Let’s Play Imagination Playground Grants
KaBoom! supports organizations that build playgrounds for children and youth to ensure they have the opportunity to lead an active and healthy lifestyle. KaBoom! grants support community-inspired projects that engage the larger community in all aspects of project planning and playground build execution. Let’s Play Imagination Playground Grants encourage creativity, communication, and collaboration in play with a collection of custom-designed, oversized blue foam parts. Imagination Playground allows children to turn their playground into a space constantly built and rebuilt by their imagination. Deadline: Rolling.

Children’s Obesity Fund’s Healthy Lifestyle Grants
The Children’s Obesity Fund seeks to educate parents and children about the rising obesity rates in America, reverse the statistics and dangerous trends, and prevent the next generation from continuing down the alarmingly unhealthy road. The fund strives to increase awareness and understanding of what it takes to be a strong, vigorous child by supporting programs and organizations that work to make a difference in children’s health. Deadline: Rolling.

Andrew Family Foundation’s Junior Board Grants
The Andrew Family Foundation Junior Board seeks to fund public, nonprofit organizations under section 501(c)(3) whose purpose is focused on positively impacting the lives of youth. The board aspires to help people enrich their lives by providing opportunities for education in traditional academics and the arts. Preference is given to well-established organizations with five or more years of operating experience (unless a board member has familiarity with the organization) and organizations with a budget of less than $5 million. Deadline: Rolling.

Wish You Well Foundation’s Family Literacy Donations
The mission of the Wish You Well Foundation is to support family literacy in the United States by fostering and promoting the development and expansion of new and existing literacy and educational programs. Donations are made to programs and projects that relate to and aid in this stated mission. The foundation reviews donation requests with a wide array of funding needs. Previous grants were awarded for a book club at an elementary school, a dyslexia tutoring program, a family literacy night event, and a program that enlists trained volunteers to provide instruction to first and second grade children who need extra help learning to read and write. Other donations have supported basic literacy, financial literacy, G.E.D. preparation, English as a Second Language (ESL), and school readiness of low-income children in rural communities. Deadline: Rolling.

Saxena Family Foundation Grants
The Saxena Family Foundation has a particular focus on initiatives that promote US science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and the empowerment of girls, female children, and young women so that they have equal rights later in life. The foundation focuses on empowerment programs to include economic, educational, and political empowerment of women through literacy programs, jobs, and life-skills training. Previous grantees have included schools, universities, and nonprofit organizations. Deadline: Rolling.

VolunTEEN Nation’s Sports-for-All Clinic Grant
VolunTEEN Nation is a group of teenagers and young adults engaged in volunteering and community service nationwide. Created and developed by youth, the Sports-for-All Clinic Grant can provide funding, support, and guidance to any event that aims to provide youth-led sports programs for youth on the autism spectrum. Many communities lack athletic programs for autistic children. The Sports-For-All Clinic programs help improve hand-eye coordination, motor skills, and the ability to focus. They also give parents and children an opportunity to socialize. The grant can be used to fund facility rental, purchase equipment or healthy snacks, generate promotional fliers, and organize events. Interested youth are required to submit an online grant application form, a grant request, and two letters of recommendation to the contact email address. One letter of recommendation must be on official school letterhead from a principal, athletic director, coach, adult supervisor, or local autism support group. The second letter must be from the organization, facility, community field, or school that will host the clinic. All accompanying letters must be sent via email. Deadline: Rolling.

DuPont Pioneer Community Grants
DuPont Pioneer supports communities where its employees and customers live and work, providing grants for a project or program that focuses on the prekindergarten through grade 12 education, food security, and community betterment. Eligible community organizations include local schools, public charities, and 501(c)(3) organizations. Deadline: Rolling.

The Brown Foundation, Inc. Education Grants
The Brown Foundation, Inc. supports charitable purposes that encourage and assist programs and projects in education, arts and humanities, health and human services, and community service. In the area of education, funding is focused on the primary and secondary school levels. Initiatives that support nontraditional and innovative approaches designed to improve public education within the State of Texas are ideal. Also of interest to the foundation are community service projects serving the needs of children and families. Deadline: Rolling.

The Halliburton Foundation Education Grants
The Halliburton Foundation accepts grant proposals from U.S. based nonprofit organizations that serve the following areas: education, health, and health-related social services. Strong preference is given to organizations in areas where there is a significant presence of Halliburton employees and operations. Direct Grants are made to U.S.-based elementary and secondary schools and higher education institutions. Additionally, the foundation supports education at all levels through employee matching gifts and scholarships. Deadline: Rolling.

US Department of Education’s Carol M. White Physical Education Program
The Carol M. White Physical Education Program provides grants to local educational agencies and community-based organizations to initiate, expand, or enhance physical education programs, including after-school programs, for students in kindergarten through grade 12. Grant recipients must implement programs that help students make progress toward meeting state standards. Projects must be designed to help students meet its state’s physical education standards by undertaking instruction in healthy eating habits and good nutrition and at least one of the authorized physical fitness activities. Deadline: Rolling.

Shell Education Grants
Shell focuses on energy awareness with special publics, increasing interest in technical careers among students and professional development in science and math among educators and supports K-12 programs that boost math and science skills, as well as university programs that aid engineering and geoscience students and departments. Shell funds projects at vocational and technical schools where chemical and refinery operators and technicians are trained and are especially interested in supporting educational outreach in math, science and technology to women/minority students and academic institutions with ethnically diverse enrollments. Deadline: Ongoing.

Brooks Brothers Donation Requests
Brooks Brothers seeks to support the communities within and beyond the areas it serves by accepting requests for donated items to be used in auctions, raffles, and other fund-raising events. Requests from local and national nonprofit organizations focused on improving communities through health, education, and the arts are accepted. Organizations can submit a request for a donation directly on the website. A resource is also available to download on the website to help applicants get ideas about items for an auction or event fund-raiser. Deadline: Rolling.

Children’s Obesity Fund’s Healthy Lifestyle Grants
The Children’s Obesity Fund seeks to educate parents and children about the rising obesity rates in America, reverse the statistics and dangerous trends, and prevent the next generation from continuing down the alarmingly unhealthy road. The fund strives to increase awareness and understanding of what it takes to be a strong, vigorous child by supporting programs and organizations that work to make a difference in children’s health. Deadline: Rolling.

Finish Line Youth Foundation Programmatic Grants
Finish Line Youth Foundation directs funding to organizations in communities where Finish Line employees live and work that provide opportunities for youth participation in the following areas: youth athletic programs, community-based programs addressing active lifestyle and team-building skills, established camps with an emphasis on sports and active lifestyle, especially programs serving disadvantaged and special needs children. The foundation is particularly interested in organizations providing opportunities for participation of children and young adults age 18 and under and organizations whose activities provide direct services to individuals and produce tangible results. Deadline: Rolling.

TD Bank Charitable Foundation Grant
The TD Charitable Foundation provides financial support through its grant application process to organizations providing service in these areas of focus: affordable housing, education/financial literacy, and the environment. Special consideration is given to programs that support low- to moderate-income individuals by providing services, training, or education that improves the quality of life and provides opportunities for advancement. Deadline: Rolling.

Sony Corporation of America Grants
Sony Corporation of American and its operating companies offer funding to programs that support education and creative, artistic, technical, and scientific skills that are necessary for tomorrow’s workforce. Previous education grants have funded a wide range of environmental media teaching and research projects; meaningful environmental education events and programs; quality education programs for at-risk students; arts and arts education; equipment for educational nonprofits and academic institutions, including major colleges and universities across the country; youth mentoring educational program to teach students about workplace etiquette and various careers available in the technology and entertainment industries; and multiple other mentoring opportunities, including one-on-one, school-based, or in the workplace. Eligible applicants are nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations. Priority is given to efforts that promote literacy and basic educational competency. Deadline: Rolling.

Ford Foundation Grants
The Ford Foundation provides grants for projects and programs in three broad areas: (1) advancing knowledge, creativity, and achievement, (2) reducing poverty and injustice, and (3) promoting democratic values. Project activities must be educational, scientific, or charitable to be eligible for funding. Deadline: Rolling.

Toyota USA Foundation
The Toyota USA Foundation works to enhance quality of education in kindergarten through grade 12 by building partnerships with nonprofit organizations dedicated to improving the teaching and learning of mathematics, science, and environmental science. Eligible organizations must have qualified tax-exempt status and be located in and serve people in the United States. Priority is given to programs that are creative, innovative, and develop the potential of students and teachers; are broad in scope and incorporate a systemic approach; and are cost effective and possess a high potential for success with relatively low duplication of effort. The foundation will support only one program from an organization at a time. Deadline: Rolling.

RGK Foundation
The RGK Foundation awards grants in the broad areas of education, community, and health/medicine. The Foundation's primary interests within education include programs that focus on formal K-12 education (particularly mathematics, science and reading), teacher development, literacy, and higher education. Deadline: Rolling.

Healthy Lifestyle Grants
The Children’s Obesity Fund seeks to educate parents and children about the rising obesity rates in America, reverse the statistics and dangerous trends, and prevent the next generation from continuing down the alarmingly unhealthy road. The fund strives to increase awareness and understanding of what it takes to be a strong, vigorous child by supporting programs and organizations that work to make a difference in children’s health. Deadline: Rolling.

Wish You Well Foundation Funding
The Wish You Well Foundation's mission is “supporting family literacy in the United States by fostering and promoting the development and expansion of new and existing literacy and educational programs.” Past grantees include book drives, one-on-one tutorial programs, and parental support programs. Most requests range from $200 to $10,000. Deadline: Rolling.

The Awesome Foundation: Grants for Projects
The Awesome Foundation funds projects that challenge and expand our understanding of our individual and communal potentials, bringing communities together, casting aside social inhibitions and boundaries for a moment. Maximum award: $1,000. Eligibility: all people and organizations; there are no prerequisites. Deadline: Rolling.

Microsoft: DigiGirlz High Tech Camp
Microsoft DigiGirlz High Tech Camp for girls works to dispel stereotypes of the high-tech industry. During the camp session, the girls listen to executive speakers, participate in technology tours and demonstrations, network, and learn through hands-on experience in workshops. This year camps will take place at various dates throughout the summer in Stonybrook, NY; Charlotte, NC; Fargo, ND; Redmond, WA; Las Colinas, TX; and St. Louis, MO. Maximum award: free attendance to camp. Eligibility: girls grades 9-11 in the 2015-2016 school year, and at least age 13 at time of application, with some location exceptions. Deadline: varies by location.

Wish You Well Foundation: Grants for Literacy
The Wish You Well Foundation's mission is to foster and promote the development and expansion of new and existing literacy and educational programs. Maximum award: $10,000. Eligibility: 501(c)3 organizations. Deadline: Rolling.

USGA/Alliance: Grants for the Good of the Game
The National Alliance for Accessible Golf (Alliance) and the United States Golf Association (USGA) believe that golf should be open to everyone and supports a wide variety of programs that create opportunities for individuals with disabilities to participate in the sport. They especially encourage inclusive programming- opportunities that allow participants with disabilities and participants without disabilities to learn and play the game side by side. Maximum award: $20,000. Eligibility: tax-exempt, nonprofit organizations as defined under Section 501(c)3 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code or government entities such as public schools or municipalities. Deadline: Rolling.

Adobe: ConnectED software grants
As part of the White House's ConnectEd initiative, Adobe is offering creative tools and teacher professional development to schools across the United States. Maximum award: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, Adobe Presenter, Adobe Captivate, Adobe Echosign, and a range of teacher training resources. Eligibility: public, state-operated, county-operated school, or BIA schools at the elementary or secondary school level that receive Title I funds. Deadline: Rolling.

Share Our Strength: No Kid Hungry Grants
Share Our Strength awards grants to eligible organizations involved in increasing access to summer meals programs supported through the Summer Food Service Program or the National School Lunch "Seamless Summer" Program; educating and enrolling more eligible families in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program; increasing the availability of school breakfast through alternative models such as "in-classroom" breakfast and "grab-n-go" breakfasts; increasing access to afterschool snack and meal programs, as well as child care programs, supported through the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP); and advocacy around any of the above anti-hunger issues. Maximum award: $10,000. Eligibility: nonprofit organizations and schools in the U.S. Deadline: Rolling.

Brown Rudnick Center for the Public Interest: Community Grant Program
The Brown Rudnick Center Community Grant Program recognizes, encourages, and collaborates with front-line workers within the educational system who often do not have a voice in funding decisions; and provides funding 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 award. Maximum award: $2,000. Eligibility: "front line educational workers" involved in the education field or a related field in Boston, Hartford, New York City, Providence, or Washington, D.C. partnered with a non-profit organization or tax-exempt organization (e.g. a public school) that is willing to accept the grant and use it in the required manner. Deadline: Rolling.

Campbell's: Labels for Education
The Campbell's, Inc. Labels for Education Program gives schools free educational equipment in exchange for labels from Campbell products. Maximum award: varies. Eligibility: Schools or parents coordinate label drives to raise resources for schools. Deadline: None.

Fender Music Foundation: Grants
Fender Music Foundation grants are awarded to music academies, schools, local music programs and national music programs across America, particularly in-school music classes, in which the students make music; after-school music programs that are not run by the school; and music therapy programs, in which the participants make the music. Maximum award: up to 8 instruments. Eligibility: established, ongoing and sustainable music programs in the United States, which provide music instruction for people of any age who would not otherwise have the opportunity to make music. Deadline: Rolling.

Public Welfare Foundation: Grants for Organizations that Serve Disadvantaged Communities
The Public Welfare Foundation supports organizations that address human needs in disadvantaged communities, with strong emphasis on organizations that include service, advocacy, and empowerment in their approach: service that remedies specific problems; advocacy that addresses those problems in a systemic way through changes in public policy; and strategies to empower people in need to play leading roles in achieving those policy changes and in remedying specific problems. The foundation provides both general support and project-specific grants. The foundation is currently focusing on criminal and juvenile justice, and workers' rights. Maximum award: $50,000. Eligibility: public and private entities, including nonprofit organizations and for-profit organizations. Deadline: Rolling.

Fund for Teachers: Grants
The Fund for Teachers provides funds for direct grants to teachers to support summer learning opportunities of their own design. Maximum award: $5,000. Eligibility: teachers who work with students in grades pre-kindergarten through 12, with a minimum of three years teaching experience, full-time, spending at least 50 percent of the time in the classroom at the time grants are approved and made. Deadline: varies by state.

General Mills Twin Cities Grant Program
These grants focus on the communities in the Twin Cities area and their surrounding areas (up to 50 miles from the General Mills facility in each community) in the areas of youth nutrition and fitness, social services, education, and arts and culture. In Minnesota, the General Mills Foundation supports K-12 education in the seven-county metropolitan area of Minneapolis and St. Paul. These grants range from $2,500 to $10,000, and are reviewed on a quarterly basis. Deadline: Ongoing.

Lockheed Martin: Grants for Education
Lockheed Martin provides grants for K-16 Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Education. This includes Lockheed Martin's K-12 STEM Education Initiative, Engineers in the Classroom, as well as STEM-focused curricular and extracurricular programs that provide employee engagement opportunities in a community in which Lockheed Martin has employees or business interests. Maximum award: varies. Eligibility: 501(c)(3) organizations that deliver standards-based science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education to students in K-16. Deadline: Rolling.

Safeway Foundation Grants
The Safeway Foundation seeks to fund nonprofit organizations that have programs that align with its four priority areas: hunger relief, education, health and human services, and assisting people with disabilities. Maximum award: Grant amounts vary for organizations that are national in scope, but a first-time funded organization will typically receive a grant of $10,000 to $25,000. Eligibility: 501(C)(3) organization located in an area where there are Safeway stores. Deadline: Rolling.

Project Produce
The Chef Ann Foundation has teamed up with Skoop, a superfoods company committed to bringing the health benefits of superfoods to every American. Together we have launched Project Produce. These $2,500 grants assist you in expanding your students’ palates, and encouraging increased consumption of and exposure to fresh produce through engagement in lunchroom education activities that encourage students to taste new vegetables and fruits offered either in a dish, cooked, or raw. The goal is to provide funds to support the food cost of these activities which are designed to touch every child. Offering these events to all kids whether they bring or buy lunch requires additional funds. Grants can help you fill that gap. Maximum award: $2,500. Eligibility: Any district or independent school participating in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) is eligible to apply. Deadline: Rolling.

BJ’s Adopt-A-School Program
BJ’s Adopt-A-School Program started in 1996 with a single school. Over the years, it has expanded to help schools in 15 states. The program’s mission: giving “adopted” schools support they can use to enhance existing programs and curriculum objectives. It is just another way BJ's care about their Members and the communities that they live in. Now in its 19th year, BJ’s Adopt-A-School program has provided more than $1.8 million in funding to thousands of schools, helping ensure children receive a quality education. Here’s how it works: Public school teachers from across America post project requests at DonorsChoose.org for materials they need like books, art supplies, software, the list is long! Donors are people just like you and companies like us — people interested in supporting education, who search the site and give to the project that inspires them most. When a project reaches its funding goal, the materials are shipped to the school, and donors receive photos of the project and a letter from the teacher. Schools participating in BJ’s Adopt-A-School Giving Program receive a one-time donation to use toward discretionary programs, such as field trip and special events, reading enhancement programs or other educational needs, and a complimentary BJ’s Business Membership, providing access to low-cost, high-quality supplies. Maximum award: varies by project. Eligibility: U.S. public elementary schools. Deadline: Rolling.

American Honda Foundation’s Youth Education Grants
Honda aims to Help meet the needs of American society in the areas of youth and scientific education by awarding grants to nonprofits, while strategically assisting communities in deriving long-term benefits. Honda supports youth education with a specific focus on the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects in addition to the environment. Maximum award: $75,000. Eligibility: 501(c)(3) public charity or a public school district, private/public elementary or secondary school as listed by the NCES. Deadline: Rolling.

A Little Hope Youth Bereavement Support Services Grants
A Little HOPE supports organizations that provide bereavement support services and grief counseling to children and teens who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or loved one. To be considered, applicants must e-mail (no telephone calls) the name of their program, website address, names of the executive director and program director, and the location of the program. No other information is needed or will be processed. Strong preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate a commitment to the use of community trained volunteers. Introductory emails are accepted year-round. Upon review, selected applicants will be invited to submit a complete application. Maximum award: Grant award amounts are based on the scope and budget of the project. Eligibility: Independent bereavement centers and camps who demonstrate a commitment to the use of community trained volunteers whose programs demonstrate multicultural competence in addressing children and adolescents' bereavement needs. Deadline: Rolling.