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Grants that are available for school librarians

Educational Technology Grant. Eduporium Educational Technology Grant For more information and to apply, click APPLY: Discovering and acquiring new STEM technology shouldn’t be a burden for schools and teachers.

Educational Technology Grant

Eduporium’s monthly grant program makes it’s a little bit easier. Every calendar month, we will award one $500 grant to a deserving school or teacher, helping educators build 21st century learning environments and equipping students with the skills they need for the future. Best of all, the technology can all be purchased from our store, making innovation in your school community easier than ever. The Ruth Toor Grant for Strong Public School Libraries. Monetary Amount: $3,000 to create and implement a project that promotes school library awareness, $2,000 for both the school librarian and school official (or volunteer parent) to attend the AASL national conference or the ALA Annual Conference during the years when there is no AASL national conference.

The Ruth Toor Grant for Strong Public School Libraries

Deadline: February 1 Overview Jay Toor honors his wife, Ruth Toor, with the establishment of The Ruth Toor Grant for Strong Public School Libraries. Home - Dollar General Literacy Foundation. Dr Scholl Foundation. We Love Libraries. At Sisters in Crime We Love Libraries!

We Love Libraries

As a part of our vision to serve as the voice for excellence & diversity in crime writing, Sisters in Crime recognizes the transformative role libraries play in inspiring and educating writers and readers. Every month we award $1000 to a library to use for the purchase of library materials or in support of library programming that promotes the vision of Sisters in Crime. Only libraries located in the United States, U.S. territories and Canada may enter.All branches within a larger system may enter under separate applications.Awards may not be used for operating expenses.The purchase of library materials or programming is not restricted to the mystery genre or to work written by Sisters in Crime members.Previous We Love Libraries Winners are not eligible to re-enter for three years.There is no cost or obligation other than allowing us to post winners' photos on our website and in InSinC, the Sisters in Crime quarterly publication.

Woll Memorial Fund - Texas Library Association. Eisner Graphic Novel Grant for Libraries - Growth Grant. About the Will Eisner Graphic Novel Grant for Libraries - Growth Grant The Will Eisner Graphic Novel Growth Grant will provide support to a library that would like to expand its existing graphic novel services and programs.

Eisner Graphic Novel Grant for Libraries - Growth Grant

This grant will encourage public awareness on the rise and importance of graphic literature, sequential art, and comics as a literary medium. The objective of the Will Eisner Graphic Novel Grants for Libraries is to facilitate library-generated programs and services that will promote graphic novels to library patrons and to the local community.Will Eisner (1917-2005) was an acclaimed American comics writer, artist, teacher, and entrepreneur. Administered by: GRANTS FOR ARTS PROJECTS Guidelines: Arts Education. The National Endowment for the Arts envisions a nation where every student is engaged and empowered through an excellent arts education.

GRANTS FOR ARTS PROJECTS Guidelines: Arts Education

Arts education is vital to developing America's next generation of creative and innovative thinkers. Students who participate in the arts are better prepared to be fulfilled, responsible citizens who can make a profound impact on this world. National Endowment for the Arts-supported research has shown that students from low socioeconomic backgrounds who have arts-rich experiences are more likely to achieve key positive outcomes—academically, socially, and civically—compared with their peers who lack access to arts experiences. Our Arts Education funding is focused on students. Lemelson-MIT Program. Integrating STEM through Inventing The Lemelson-MIT InvenTeam initiative offers an unparalleled opportunity for high school students to cultivate their creativity and experience invention.

Lemelson-MIT Program

InvenTeam students rely on inquiry and hands-on problem solving as they integrate lessons from science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to develop invention prototypes. Interactive, self-directed learning coupled with STEM curricula are essential for experiencing invention. Students learn to work in teams, while collaborating with intended users of their inventions. Inspire Collection Development Grant. Through the generous donation of Marina “Marney” Welmers, an AASL member and retired middle school librarian, AASL is pleased to offer the Inspire Collection Development Grant, a grant so that an existing public middle or high school can extend, update, and diversify the book, online, subscription and/or software collections in their library in order to realize sustainable improvement in student achievement at their school.

Inspire Collection Development Grant

The program is to satisfy the need to establish or supplement traditional print or online resources in the school library setting in order to realize sustainable improvement in student achievement at their school. The Fund is $20,000 per year. The direct assistance grant shall be capped at $5,000. At least four grants per year will be awarded with the total number of grants determined by number of applicants, geographic distribution, and total unmet need as determined by the Jury.

. * Please note: This downloadable version is for informational purposes only. Giving and Grants. The Verizon Foundationis all inclusive.

Giving and Grants

As a matter of policy, the Verizon Foundation does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, religion, national or ethnic origin or physical disability. As a company with a highly diverse workforce serving an equally diverse set of customers, Verizon through its Foundation, supports a wide range of programs through direct and matching grants that benefit diverse communities, including minorities, veterans, gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender and others. The Verizon Foundation expects all of its grant recipients to comply with all applicable laws, including those governing tax-exempt status and non-discrimination laws.

To apply for a grant visit Snapdragon Book Foundation – Providing books to school libraries for disadvantaged children. Kinder Morgan - Foundation Guidelines. Guidelines for Nonprofits Eligibility We provide program support only.

Kinder Morgan - Foundation Guidelines

Local Community Grants. Our local community grants are awarded through an open application process and provide funding directly from Walmart and Sam’s Club facilities to local organizations in the U.S.

Local Community Grants

Don’t know how to determine your local facility? Don’t worry, the application will assist you. Guidelines Local Community grants range from a minimum of $250 to a maximum of $5,000.Eligible nonprofit organizations must operate on the local level (or be an affiliate/chapter of a larger organization that operates locally) and directly benefit the service area of the facility from which they are requesting funding.The 2020 grant cycle begins Feb. 1, 2020 and the application deadline is Dec. 31, 2020.Applications may be submitted at any time during this funding cycle. Eligibility Checklist Organizations applying must meet one of following criteria: Selection Process. Local Community Grants. Corporate responsibility. Target’s corporate giving leverages a range of financial and in-kind resources to help all families discover the joy of everyday life.

Community has always been at the core of who we are. Our efforts are rooted in caring for our communities and fostering community connections. Access to Learning Award (ATLA) - Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. 2014: e-Library Nenasala Program of Sri Lanka Sri Lanka’s e-Library Nenasala Program is a government-run initiative to increase digital literacy and access to technology among the nation’s poorest residents living in remote rural areas. Mostly located in houses of worship and public libraries, the Nenasalas offer instruction in basic computer skills, guidance on accessing information through the Internet, and a wide variety of locally relevant knowledge to help people increase their incomes and improve their lives.

Watch the Slideshow 2013: Acessa Sao Paulo, Brazil Acessa Sao Paolo is a groundbreaking program that brings high-tech tools, information, and knowledge to millions of people in Brazil’s most populous state. Designed to serve those who have no other access to computers and the Internet, Acessa gives people the opportunity to transform their lives.Watch the Slideshow. Travel Grants and Fellowships for Educators. Summer is the perfect time to research and apply for a teacher travel grant. The key is to look in the right places and write a compelling application. Once you win an award, you might find yourself kayaking the length of the Mississippi River while developing a river ecology unit. (At least, that’s what one teacher did with a Fund for Teachers grant.) To help you get started, here are some tips for writing winning proposals, a few inspiring articles, and a list of interesting travel grants that you might want to research or apply for this summer.

The Best Places to Look Edutopia has covered travel grants in the past. Also, the Institute for International Education is an organization that anyone interested in educational travel should get to know. Laura Bush Foundation For America's Libraries. Find funding. International Literacy Association. American Association of School Librarians (AASL) American Association of School Librarians (AASL) Texas Education Agency. TEA publishes grant applications electronically through the eGrants system and on paper. The process an applicant must follow to apply for funds is different for eGrants and paper applications. eGrant Applications: An eGrant is an online grant application that is published through eGrants, TEA’s electronic grants system.

The eGrants system stores and makes available all grant-related documents, such as the grant application, general and fiscal guidelines, program guidelines, and any errata notices issued for the grant. eGrant applications must be completed electronically and submitted online. Paper Applications: Applicants must download paper grant applications in Adobe PDF form format from the TEA Grant Opportunities page, then complete the forms on the applicant’s desktop. After the application is complete, the applicant must print, sign, and mail the forms to the TEA Document Control Center. Browse Funding Opportunities A-Z - L. Apply for a Grant. 1. Search for available grants Grant programs and deadlines can be searched by name, by eligible institution type, and by project type. 2.

Check eligibility requirements Eligibility criteria will vary by program. Checking the program-specific criteria will help you ensure you're applying for the right grant for your institution. Read more. 3. 4. A. B. C. GRANTS.GOV. To all the educators and librarians, can any of you tell me some of the grants y’all at for to get school visits taken care of? People ask me all the time (about the grants) and I never know what to tell them. Renovated Learning. Library Grants. Home - BoxTops for Your Education. Home - The Edward E. Ford Foundation. Improving Literacy Through School Libraries. Free Grant Search.

GRANTS.GOV. Grant Programs - Dollar General Literacy Foundation. Reading Club announces James Patterson's $1.75 Million Pledge to Libraries. Book Grants. A wide variety of grants are available at national, state, and local levels to bolster the development of collections like yours. Local Community Grants. Free Grant Search. Educator Grants. Book Love Foundation - Choice Inspires Reading - Home.

Grants and Funding. Book Grants. Library Grants and Funding. Grants for Librarians. Education Grants - Pets in the Classroom. Classroom Giving. Find local-businesses who would like to adopt or sponsor a classrooms, in their area, by supplying the classroom directly with school-supplies, according to their need, as specified by the teacher on our website. Businesses and individuals, can help, without any long-term commitment. Each item, which the classroom needs, is listed separately, and can be purchased individually online and shipped to the classroom directly. Collaborative School Library Award $2500.