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Funding Amount 
Due Date 
​ABC For Fitness ​Materials ​Ongoing
David L. Katz, M.D. is offering a free downloadable manual that provides instruction for teachers interested in incorporating physical activity in the classroom.
Adopt-A-Classroom​ $500​ Ongoing​
Adopt-A-Classroom partners donors with teachers so you can have funds to purchase critical resources and materials for your classroom.
Provides small grants to educators to encourage the development of innovative aerospace education programs.
Free Video & Poster
The Arbor Day Foundation will give a free video and poster to educators who want to inspire their students to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees.
Labels for Education Program gives schools free educational equipment in exchange for labels from Campbell products.
Carnegie/New York Times $5,000​ Varies​ Encourages library users to recognize exceptional public, academic, and school librarians.
ClassWish​ Varies​ ​Ongoing
ClassWish is an exciting new nonprofit, helps teachers and schools attract donations to provide supplies from parents, local businesses, alumni and others in the community. ​

The Coca-Cola Company and Foundation are interested in funding organizations in these areas: Water stewardship, Healthy active lifestyles, Community recycling, and Education.
Dollar General Literacy ​$4,000 ​5/23/13
The foundation's Youth Literacy Grants provide funding to schools, public libraries, and nonprofit organizations working to help students who are below grade level or experiencing difficulty reading.
EdTech Conference Grants $3,500​ Open​
Teachers Will Learn Best Practices To Effectively Integrate Different Types Of Technology And How To Leverage Your Existing Technology To Optimize What You Already Have.​
First Book National Book Bank Books​ Rolling​
Distributes large quantities of publisher-donated brand-new books to programs serving children from low-income families.
The FTPF and the Stretch Island Fruit Co. are giving free fruit trees, materials, and orchard installation design work to K-12 schools.
Funding Factory​ Varies​ Open​
Environmental Reclamation Services, LLC is giving cash or new technology to schools and nonprofits that recycle empty printer cartridges, cell phones, and other small electronics.
Hamburger Helper $15,000​ Open​
Grants are made available for projects such as: lights or bleachers for baseball, soccer or football fields; repairs to band shells; computers in schools or libraries; playground equipment for parks; holiday decorations; money for choir, band or science trips; new uniforms for little league teams and many others.
Hewlett Packard and Scholastic offer free dynamic skill building materials to students in grades 4-6 that raise awareness of the impact of electronics on the environment.
The Association supports literacy professionals through a wide range of resources, advocacy efforts, volunteerism, and professional development activities.
$1,000 -3,000
Teachers and education support staff.
​Lego Children's Fund ​$100,000 ​Quarterly The fund provides grants of up to $100,000 to nonprofits working to support creativity among children up to the age of 14, particularly those who are disadvantaged or at-risk.
Lexus Eco Challenge ​Varies Open
The competition is open to students in grades 6-12 who are either registered and home-schooled or enrolled in a public or accredited private school, and who are legal residents of the U.S. or the District of Columbia.
Purpose of establishing outdoor learning centers.
Margaret Alexander Edwards Trust​ $24,000​ Ongoing​
The Margaret Alexander Edwards Trust makes grants to librarians who "promote the free reading of teenagers."
MCarthey Dressman Education Foundation ​$10,000 ​4/15/14 The McCarthey Dressman Education Foundation offers Academic Enrichment Grants designed to develop in-class and extra-curricular programs that improve student learning. The foundation considers proposals that foster understanding, deepen students' knowledge, and provide opportunities to expand awareness of the world around them.
National Gardening Association​ Youth Garden Grants Program Varies Various

In evaluating grant applications, priority will be given to programs that emphasize one or more of these elements: educational focus and/or curricular ties
(if applicant is a formal education program); nutrition or plant-to-food connections; environmental awareness/education; entrepreneurship; and social aspects of gardening such as leadership development, team building, community support, or service-learning.

Olympus and Tool Factory Varies​ ​Open To host a variety of classroom and student contests.
​Penguin Group and the Pearson Foundation ​Materials ​Ongoing
Penguin Group and the Pearson Foundation are offering an array of free online, award-winning picture books for children up to age 10
Pet Care Trust​ $50-$150​ Open​ The Pets Care Trust is giving $50-150 grant certificates to K-6 teachers who wish to teach students about caring for pets.
Teachers 7-12 with 5 years experience teaching Math or Science.
$2,500 - $5,000
To teachers of social studies, history, government, or political science who develop creative ways to teach their students about Congress.
Title I school wide serving grades K-2. To support the first year of implementation, including all required training and materials.
Teachers Helping Teachers Award​ $100 in Books​ Open​ LEF is giving $100 worth of books to early elementary educators who help other educators.
Supports effective techniques that positively impact student learning and achievement; support received from school leadership; and ability for others to replicate this best practice.
Toyota Teen Driver Safety​ Free Curriculum​ Open​
Free Downloadable Resources for Educators, Parents, and Students. Includes lesson plans, webinars, take home activities, practice driving activities, parent guides, driving contracts, and practice tests.
$100 (Books)
USA Today is giving classrooms the opportunity to receive its free educational program.
Teachers who provide hands-on learning experiences resonate better with students.
Victor C. clark Youth Incentive Program​ $1,000​ Ongoing​

At the request of the family of the late Victor C. Clark, W4KFC, the ARRL Foundation established the Victor C. Clark Youth Incentive Program, with the objective of providing support for the development of Amateur Radio among high-school age (or younger) youth.

Watch Know Learn Materials​ ​Open
Watch Know Learn is a site that lists over 20,000 free educational videos for K-12 teachers and students.