Date Name Description

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).


Up to $1,000 to support a new or evolving program that integrates the arts into educational programming.


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.


Up to $700 for K-12 field trips in order to give students throughout the country the opportunity to explore more of the world outside the classroom.


$500 grant for educators who serve in rural areas and/or diverse student populations or are actively promoting diversity and inclusion initiatives in their school or greater community.


Grants of $2,000 and $5,000 for classroom resource materials, supplies, equipment, transportation, or technology.


Provides funds for collaborations that provide opportunities for the education and well-being of children and families in need as well as other priorities.


$1,000 award for young people in grades 5 through 12 who have demonstrated exemplary voluntary service to their communities.


$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.


Funds to local community-based nonprofit organizations for innovative programs or non-degree research projects that promote education and equality for women and girls.


Grants of $250 to $2,500 given through local Walmart stores.


Supports nonprofit organizations that address pressing social, economic, and cultural needs in the communities the bank serves throughout the United States.


In order to help educators achieve their professional development goals, NSHSS is providing four awards of $2,500 each to help with the costs of tuition and course-related expenses for teachers and counselors who are enrolling in university courses.


The National Society of High School Scholars provides $1,000 grants to help defray costs of educational conference registration, travel, and accommodations. Eligibility: Any high school teacher or counselor currently employed at a public or private high school in the United States or internationally.


Up to $10,000 to educators from eligible schools and non-profits, so they can better support their most important student growth programs and help eliminate inequity in education.