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|09/30/2017||Kids in Need Foundation||
Teacher Grant awards range from $100 to $500 and are intended to be used to finance creative classroom projects. The number of grants awarded varies from year to year, depending on the total amount of funds requested. Typically, three hundred to six hundred grants are awarded annually.
|09/30/2017||P. Buckley Moss Foundation||
Up to $1,000 to support a new or evolving program that integrates the arts into educational programming.
|09/30/2017||Umpqua Bank Community Giving||
Supports programs that support youth development and education, plus the arts and community development, including financial literacy.
|09/30/2017||Wells Fargo Education Grants||
Supports K-12 institutions and related organizations that promote academic achievement for low to moderate income students with a focus on math, science and technology, and literacy; provide training for teachers and administrators who work with low- and moderate-income students and encourage school partnerships with parents and guardians, the local community, and the business community.
|09/30/2017||Juan Young Trust||
Grants are funded for projects and activities to enhance the health, education and welfare of children under the age of 21 years old in Oregon.
|09/30/2017||Chambers Family Foundation||
Projects and programs in the fields of arts, education, medical, health, and human needs in Oregon’s Lane, Benton and Deschutes Counties.
|09/30/2017||NSHSS AP Grants for Teachers||
$500 grants to support Advanced Placement instruction in any subject. Funds may be used for supplies, materials, field trips or other resources to enhance the delivery of Advanced Placement courses.
|10/01/2017||Association of American Educators Classroom Grants||
Classroom grants of up to $500 can be used for a variety of projects and materials, including but not limited to books, software, calculators, art supplies, audio-visual equipment, and lab materials.
|10/01/2017||Target Field Trip Grants||
Provides funds for K-12 field trips in order to give students throughout the country the opportunity to explore more of the world outside the classroom. Over 5,000 grants of up to $700 each will be awarded to educators, teachers, principals, paraprofessionals, and classified staff who are employed by accredited K-12 public, private, or charter schools only. Types of eligible trips include art, science, and cultural museum visits; community service and civic projects; career enrichment opportunities; and other events or activities away from the school facility.
Provides funds up $20,000 for projects that benefit citizens in Umatilla, Union, Morrow, and Wallowa counties.
|10/02/2017||James F. & Marion L. Miller Foundation||
Strives to improve the academic success of students in K-12 classrooms in Oregon.
|10/13/2017||Spirit Mountain Community Fund||
Funds projects including education-related programs in eleven Oregon counties. Letters of intent are due prior to a full application.
Supports nonprofit organizations that are proposing start-up projects in the fields of music, education, and grassroots organizing.
|10/15/2017||NEA Student Achievement Grants||
Grants to improve the academic achievement of students in U.S. public schools and public higher education institutions in any subject area(s).
|10/15/2017||NEA Foundation Learning & Leadership Grants||
Grants to individuals fund participation in high-quality professional development experiences, such as summer institutes or action research; or grants to groups fund collegial study, including study groups, action research, lesson study, or mentoring experiences for faculty or staff new to an assignment.
|10/15/2017||The Carpenter Foundation||
Grants within Jackson and Josephine Counties related to human services, education, arts, scholarships and other activities related to public interest.
|10/30/2017||Weyerhauser Giving Fund||
Focuses on funding four key areas including education and youth development in communities where they operate. In Oregon, that includes Lane and Linn counties (specifically Albany, Lebanon and Sweet Home).
|10/31/2017||State Farm Companies Grant||
Supports nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and government agencies that address safety, community development, or education. Education grants target public K-12 teacher development, service-learning programs, and systemic educational reform.
|11/01/2017||Toshiba America Foundation||
Grants to teachers who are passionate about making science and mathematics more engaging for their 6th-12th grade students. Requests under $5,000 reviewed on a rolling basis.
|11/01/2017||Ann & Bill Swindells Charitable Trust||
Grants to improve the health and welfare of Oregon citizens; applications from colleges and universities, arts, cultural, civic and social service organizations are invited to apply.
|Adobe: ConnectED||Offering creative tools and teacher professional development to Title I schools across the United States.|
|American Honda Foundation||Supports youth education with a specific focus on STEM subjects.|
|Charles Lafitte Foundation||Focuses on education initiatives that provide quality programs and equal access.|
|Charles Stewart Mott Foundation||Supports programs that expand college and career readiness for youth; submit a letter of inquiry.|
|Coca-Cola Foundation||Focuses on education, youth development and other community and civic initiatives.|
|Ford Foundation||Provides grants in three broad areas: (1) advancing knowledge, creativity, and achievement, (2) reducing poverty and injustice, and (3) promoting democratic values.|
|Georgia-Pacific Foundation||Focuses on education, environment, enrichment and entrepreneurship in the communities where employees live and work.|
|KeyBank Foundation||Gives grants that provide students with opportunities to prepare for fulfilling careers through access to high quality education and support for their academic success.|
|M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust||Provides grants for strategic projects including people, staff, equipment and technology for programs in the Northwest.|
|Oregon Humanities||Support in response to timely issues or events. Awards of up to $1,000 are made on a rolling basis to nonprofit organizations and federally recognized tribes in Oregon.|
|Reiman Foundation||Focuses giving on four main areas including education.|
|RGK Foundation||Awards grants in the broad areas of education, community, and health/medicine.|
|Safeway Foundation||Seeks to fund programs that align with its five priority areas including education.|
|Sony Corporation of America||Funding to programs that support education and creative, artistic, technical, and scientific skills that are necessary for tomorrow’s workforce.|
|The Awesome Foundation||Funds projects that challenge and expand our understanding of our individual and communal potentials and bringing communities together.|
|The Brown Foundation||Distributes funds for public charitable purposes, principally for support, encouragement and assistance to education, the arts and community service.|
|The Bruce J. Heim Foundation||Makes grants to organizations that help young people improve and develop their talents.|
|The Cruise Industry Charitable Foundation||Encourages the creation and expansion of learning experiencing and opportunities at the primary, secondary, and higher education levels, particularly for minority and disadvantaged students.|
|The Global Fund for Children||Accepts letters of inquiry from small, grassroots organizations with budgets of $200,000 or less that work directly with children and youth.|
|The Sunoco Foundation||Focused on investing in projects that promote local education, workforce development, and make communities great places to live and work.|
|The Walmart Foundation||Provides grants of many sizes focused on opportunity, sustainability and community.|