California Casualty Music and Art Grant
There is new help for school music, art and performance programs. California Casualty has introduced the Music and Arts Grants to help pay for art materials, music and other necessities. Educators at public K-12 schools can apply for $250 for a worthy music, art or performance project. The entry deadline is June 30, 2019, with grants awarded in September.
California Casualty Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant
California Casualty has partnered with education associations for more than 65 years. We understand the growing financial strain on our public schools, and we want to help our friends in the education community.
The California Casualty Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant was established to provide support to public middle and high school sports programs negatively impacted by reduced budgets.
Our Vision - Devastating budget cuts leave schools without the resources students need to succeed. ClassWish is the only nonprofit that lets people contribute to fund any K-12 school or teacher in the country. We help educators and schools get the supplies they need for their students to excel.
Digital Wish is on a Mission to Solve Technology Shortfalls in Classrooms! Digital Wish believes that every child deserves a technology-rich education that will provide them with the skills necessary to excel in the global economy. Every day, Digital Wish develops new online tools and promotions that empower teachers and their supporters to get new technology for their classrooms and enhance learning for our children. With your help, we can provide the resources our schools need to thrive.
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Mathematics Education Trust (MET) provides funding for professional development and recognition of outstanding contributions to the field of mathematics education through grants, scholarships, and awards.
NCTM encourages you to:
- Apply for a grant or scholarship that will advance your professional development and help you increase your effectiveness as an educator
- Submit nominations for the Lifetime Achievement Award, NCTM’s annual recognition of distinguished service to mathematics education
- Make a charitable contribution to support the future of MET programs
NEA Foundation (NFIE) grants and programs
Grants to Educators - We support new ideas and practices to strengthen teaching and learning. Our goal is to fund and share successful strategies to educate and prepare students for bright and rewarding futures. We have learned that the best teaching methods come from our greatest assets: educators. That is why, over the last 10 years, we have awarded more than $7.1 million to fund nearly 4,500 grants to public school educators to enhance teaching and learning. To build our knowledge base and to uncover new, great practices in public education we invite all National Education Association (NEA) members to apply for these grants.
As of February 2, 2016, all Student Achievement and Learning & Leadership grant applicants must be NEA members.
NJ Dept. of Education Grants
The office provides assistance to LEA’s, other agencies and Department program offices through the establishment and maintenance of systems to plan for, acquire, award and manage grant funds in a fair and equitable manner to support initiatives that promote academic excellence, teacher and leader effectiveness, school innovation and choice, and accountability.
The office is responsible for three broad functions in support of an efficient, effective and accountable grants management system:
- planning — working collaboratively with program offices to design sub-grant programs that are consistent with the Department’s goals and priorities;
- sub-grant implementation — supporting the implementation of individual grant projects to promote educational success; and
- oversight and compliance — ensuring that the Department’s grants management system, including the management of sub-grant programs, will withstand the tests of audit and public scrutiny.
Sustainable Jersey for Schools
Supporting Big Ideas: Funding for School Sustainability Projects - Sustainable Jersey for Schools is a certification program for public schools in New Jersey. It was launched by Sustainable Jersey, a nonprofit organization that provides tools, training and financial incentives to support and reward municipalities and schools as they pursue sustainability programs.
Sustainable Jersey for Schools is underwritten by the New Jersey School Boards Association (NJSBA), the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities Clean Energy Program, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation and the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA).
Program partners include: NJSBA, NJEA, New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA), New Jersey Association of School Business Officials (NJASBO), New Jersey Parent Teacher Association (NJPTA), New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association (NJPSA), New Jersey School Buildings and Grounds Association (NJSBGA) and The Sustainability Institute at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ).
For more information about the Grants Program and details on how to apply, visit the Sustainable Jersey’s Grants page.
Thank America’s Teachers
Farmers and America’s Teachers believe in the power of smart.
At Farmers we’re out to educate everyone about insurance, training our agents at the University of Farmers, helping identify common insurance gaps, and more.
America’s Teachers live and breathe education every day. They give their time, talent and knowledge so our children walk away smarter, more confident and better prepared for the future.
Inspired by their great work and tireless dedication, we created the Thank America’s Teachers initiative.
The Diane and Ben Lee K-12 Design Education Fund
The Diane and Ben Lee Design Education Fund provides annual grants of up to $2,500 to schools, teachers, groups or individuals actively pursuing design curriculum in their school or educational entity that directly benefits New Jersey K-12 students.
U.S. Dept. of Education grants
ED offers three kinds of grants:
- Discretionary grants: awarded using a competitive process.
- Student loans or grants: to help students attend college.
- Formula grants: uses formulas determined by Congress and has no application process.