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The International Education and Resource Network facilitates international, online projects among teachers and classrooms from around the world.
Kids in Need Foundation
Kids In Need Foundation invites innovative learning projects for its Teacher Grants Program.
Donors Choose
Teachers complete a project proposal that is then put online for donors to fund.
Philanthropic Ventures Foundation
Apply for a Teacher Resource Grant from PVF by faxing a one-page request and will receive a response within 48 hours. Similar to EPAK grants, these grants can be used for classroom materials, projects, and field trips.
Ravenswood City School District
Review information about the district and about individual schools.
Lowe's Charitable and Educational Foundation: Toolbox for Education Grant Program
The Toolbox for Education Grant Program, offered by Lowe's Charitable and Educational Foundation, provides grants of up to $5,000 to K-12 public schools and 501(c)(3) parent-teacher groups associated with public schools that develop projects that encourage parent involvement and build stronger community spirit. Lowe's will donate a total of $5 million to more than 1,000 different schools throughout the U.S. each school year. Preference is given to funding requests which have a permanent impact such as facility enhancement or landscaping/clean-up projects. In addition, for this school year basic needs requests will take priority in order to provide the tools that help educators and parent groups through these challenging times. Visit the website listed above to take the eligibility test and submit an online application.