Grants and Award Programs

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American Honda Foundation

The American Honda Foundation supports youth education with a specific focus on the STEM subjects in addition to the environment. Funding is available for both non-profits and school districts.  learn more

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AT&T Aspire

AT&T funds projects that use technology to build organizational capacity and stronger communities. Since its inception in 2002, the AT&T Excelerator program has provided more than 2,500 technology grants totaling more than $39.8 million to a diverse range of nonprofits. Most AT&T grants range from $1,000 to $25,000, with one-time grants being the norm.  learn more

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Citi Foundation

Citi foundation funds a number of initiatives, including Economic Opportunity For Youth, and encourages employees to volunteer.  learn more

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DonorsChoose

A high school teacher has developed an online site to match school proposals with donors. The mission of DonorsChoose is to help students in impoverished schools. It serves New York City public schools but there are copycat agencies springing up in other regions--some okay and some not so good. Because the process is straightforward, bureaucratic…  learn more

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Foundation Center

Additional sources of grants can be found at the Foundation Center and Mindspring.  learn more

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Fundsnet Services

Fundsnet Services has a huge listing of foundations, journals, and news. The site also includes other business-sponsored grants. Resources for parents and scholarships are in separate categories.  learn more

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Salt River Project for Education

Our goal is to empower teachers to power tomorrow. Solving the future’s biggest challenges starts with fueling creativity in the classroom today. The Salt River Project, an electrical utility and water provider in central Arizona, is an exemplar of the grants available from local and regional companies. SRP annually contributes more than $1.3 million to…  learn more

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TechSoup

One of the best resources for 501(c)(3) nonprofits and libraries is TechSoup. They provide free and heavily discounted software and hardware from companies such as Microsoft, Intuit, Dell, InFocus, and many others. Personally recommended by our webmaster. If your school or organization has 501(c)(3) status, this is well worth checking out.  learn more