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Just a few of the latest grants for education, schools and teachers...

Grants for Nonprofit Organizations in Illinois

The Moline Foundation is accepting applications for their next funding rounds.  The 2017 deadlines are March 31 and September 29.  Illinois grants



Grants for Nonprofits in Illinois

Grants for Nonprofits in IllinoisThe Youth Engaged in Philanthropy group of the DeKalb County Community Foundation is accepting grant applications for projects aimed at improving the quality of life for all county youth.  


The application deadline is February 1, annually.



Grants for Community Needs in Watertown South Dakota

Grants in South DakotaThe Watertown Area Community Foundation accepts grant applications at any time for programs in:  arts and culture, education, human services, health, environment, recreation, and community priorities.  


Applications are reviewed monthly.



Capital Grants Available for Nonprofit Organizations (Multiple States)
The Sunderland Foundation makes grants annually to publicly supported charitable organizations with tax exempt status under section 501 [c] 3 of the Internal Revenue Code. The Foundation prefers to make grants for capital and special projects rather than for annual operating expenses.   Applications may be submitted at any time.

Community Grants Available for Nonprofits in Indiana
Dubois REC accepts applications for Operation Round Up grants quarterly.  Funding categories are community service, education, youth, and environment.  Grant cycle deadlines are the last working day of February, May, August and November.




Grants for Nonprofits in Iowa
The Greater Jefferson County Foundation is accepting grant applications for educational, cultural, civic and charitable purposes for the benefit of the greater community of Jefferson County, Iowa. Area communities benefiting from these grants include Fairfield, Batavia, Libertyville, Lockridge, Pleasant Plain, and Packwood.  The application deadline is June 1, annually.




Grants for Nonprofits in Mississippi
The Riley Foundation makes grants to charitable and governmental organizations for charitable purposes and to provide financial resources and assistance for community-wide projects and programs in healthcare, education, and the betterment of cultural, environmental and economic conditions for the people of Meridian and Lauderdale County, Mississippi.  Application deadlines are quarterly as follows: November 15, February 15, May 15, and August 15. Applications are due the following Monday if the 15th is on a weekend. 



Grants for Youth Programs in Hawaii
The Waipahu Community Foundation accepts grant applications quarterly. Funding is intended to benefit Waipahu’s youth, primarily for programs and projects that benefit schools in Waipahu, that combat juvenile delinquency (including youth-related activities and anti-drug, crime prevention, and recreational programs or activities), health-related programs that provide youth rehabilitation and counseling, and cultural programs.  Deadlines are the first Friday in June, September, December, and March.



Grants Available for Nonprofit Organizations in Oregon
The Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation accepts letters of inquiry twice annually. Nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations in Coos, Deschutes, Douglas, Jackson, Josephine, Klamath and Lane Counties may apply. Local governmental bodies within Douglas County may also apply.  LOI deadlines are March 1 and September 1.

Funding for Programs Serving Children in Wisconsin

The Kids Fund is accepting grants applications from area nonprofit organizations. Proposed programs must primarily benefit children and youth who reside in Dane County who face special challenges that may be economic, developmental, physical and/or social.  The application deadline is March 1, annually.



Grant Support Services Available to STEM Educators!

Our partner, Ward’s Science, offers free grant support services for science education. Please visit wardsci.com/grants where you’ll find more information on how Ward’s Science can help you:

* Identify, manage, apply for and win science grants that will enhance the learning process and outcomes for your students and

* Have a positive and sustainable impact on your district.