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Grant Development

Grant Development

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    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, guidance, writing and/or editing assistance, and support to the PPS educational community for competitive applications to federal, state, foundation, and corporate entities. 

    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.

    Looking for a grant for a particular project? Please send us an email! If you're considering applying for a grant that will impact multiple sites or is district wide, please contact Tullan Spitz (tspitz@pps.net). For school-based grants, contact Robyn Faraone (rfaraone@pps.net).

Grant Opportunities
for PPS Schools & Teachers

Arts Education Grants

Books & Library Grants

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    American Association of School Librarians Awards & Grants Webpage

    Various - Ongoing

    The American Association of School Librarians has a webpage with links to applications for awards and grants.

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Facilities & Garden Grants

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    Walmart Community Grants Application

    $250 to $2500 - Ongoing

     
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    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.

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Field Trip Grants

Miscellaneous Grants

  • Onpoint Prize for Excellence in Education

    $2,500 to School AND Mortgage Paid for Educator for One Year! (Due April 14, 2020)

    OnPoint Credit Union will award two educators for Excellence in Education. The awardees will have their mortgage paid by OnPoint for one year! Plus, the school where the teacher works will receive $2,500. To nominate an excellent educator, please visit the follow-up website.

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    Kaiser Permanente Gives – Volunteer Grant Program

    $5,000 - $15,000 - Ongoing (Due Feb. 17, July 21, Oct. 13)

    Kaiser Permanente Gives - Volunteer Grant Program is available to schools who have Kaiser Permanente employees who volunteer for 25+ hours at your school.  Eligible schools may apply for a $5,000 to $15,000 grant. Projects should focus on supporting youth, families, and community with ways to eliminate barriers and support successful efforts to promote educational attainment. Please reach out to PPS Grant Writers if you plan to apply to this grant program.

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    Northwest Community Credit Union

    Ongoing

    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.

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STEM/Technology Grants

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    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.

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    Captain Planet's Grants to Educators for Youth-led STEM Projects

    $2,500 - Apply by 1/15/2020 or 7/15/2020

    Captain Planet Foudnation supports educators fto facilitate youth-led programs that result in positive impacts to the environment of a school or community. There are material and menetary support grants. For example, EcoTech Grants of $500-2,500 to implement a youth-led project that engages children in inquiry-based, STEM-replated projects that leverage technology to achieve enrinomental outcomes.

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Teacher Professional Development Grants

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    National Council of Mathematics Teachers' Grants

    $1,500-8,000 - Apply by 5/1/2020 or 11/1/2020

    Math teachers who are members of the NCTM, may apply for grant awards ranging from $1,500-$8,000 for implementing innovative practices in their classrooms and scholarships.  

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    Learning and Leadership Grants from National Education Association

    $5,000 - Apply 4/1/2020 to 8/31/2020

    Current members of the National Education Association may apply for Learning and Leadership Grants (up to $5,000) to participate in high-quality professional development or collegial study. There is a preference for proposals that integrate STEM and/or global competence.  

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    Teacher Summer PD Stipends from National Endowment for the Humanities

    Stipends - Apply by 3/1/2020

    Teachers may apply for stipends to attend summer workshops supported by The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). The programs are offered tuition-free across the country and awardees receive stipends to help cover travel and living expenses. These one- to four-week study opportunities focus on important topics, texts, and questions in the humanities; enhance the intellectual vitality and professional development of participants; build a community of inquiry and provide strong models of scholarship and teaching; and promote connections between teaching and research in the humanities.  Note: Stipends will be paid directly to teachers and are taxable.

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Contacts

Tullan Spitz
Stewardship & Donor Relations Manager
(503) 916-3142
Robyn Faraone
School Partnerships Manager
(503) 916-3260
Camille Idedevbo
Corporate & Foundation Relations Officer
(503) 916-3078