Grant Development for PPS lives within the Strategic Partnerships Department, which serves as a bridge between PPS and the philanthropic and business community, including governmental grant-making agencies. This team collaborates with stakeholders district-wide to secure resources for programs, schools, teachers, and students. We provide leadership and guidance to the PPS educational community for competitive applications to federal, state, foundation, and corporate entities.
THINKING OF APPLYING FOR A GRANT?
First, fill out this Grant Application Vetting Form. Your form responses will be automatically sent to Strategic Partnerships, Budget & Grant Accounting, and System Planning & Performance.
Use this form as a tool to discuss the potential application with your supervisor. If the grant application you wish to pursue would have a budget greater than $25,000, it will need an executive sponsor at the Chief level. Securing Chief level support is the responsibility of the Department Director or ASD.
Once you submit this form Strategic Partnerships will contact you to determine next steps. Please direct questions to Tullan Spitz, Senior Manager of Stewardship & Donor Relations, email@example.com.
We are always researching grant opportunities and looking for the best ways to share them throughout the district. We welcome your input. Below is a list of Grant Opportunities for PPS Schools and Teachers. Please visit again for quarterly updates.
for PPS Schools & Teachers
Arts Education Grants
Facilities & Garden Grants
Walmart Community Grants Application
$250 to $2500 - Ongoing
Home Depot’s Community Impact Grants for School Repairs
$5,000 - Ongoing
Schools may apply for up to $5,000 in Home Depot gift cards for volunteer projects aimed at school repairs, renovations, ADA accessibility, or weatherizing. Complete the “Government Funded Organizations” application online. The grant opportunity will close once 1,000 applications are received.
Field Trip Grants
Northwest Community Credit Union
NWCU's community relations team prioritiz youth education and development. Supporting partners and opportunities focused in pre-K – 12th grade education with an emphasis on high quality learning experiences for youth and financial literacy.
Support Available for Fluid Power Instruction
$500 - Ongoing
Middle and high schools are invited to apply for $500/year to facilitate hydraulic and pneumatics instruction. Funds may be used to purchase fluid power kits for classroom use or for participation in the Fluid Power Action Challenge Event.
Toshiba America Foundation's STEM Grants
$5,000 - October 1st
The Toshiba America Foundation is accepting applications from teachers with well-articulated plans for innovative, hands-on projects in math and/or science. Examples of funded projects range from structural engineering challenges to citizen science weather data collection, to the real-life observation of the development and hatching of a baby chick. Toshiba does not fund technology purchases. The process is competitive, with about 12 awards each year. K-12 teachers apply by October 1.