Are you looking for grant money to start a eco-friendly robotics program or club in your school or community?
Check out these great resources!
Toshiba America Foundation
The foundation makes grants to support teaching of mathematics and science. For Grades 6-12, applications for grants of less than $5,000 are accepted on an ongoing basis. Requests for more than $5,000 must be submitted by February 1 or August 1.
Toyota Tapestry Grants (Science Teachers - NSTA)
Grants will go to teams of teachers who have developed innovative programs that have enhanced science education. Toyota will award 50 grants of $10,000. The deadline to apply is February 23.
Ashland Community Foundation
Each year, approximately half of Ashland's contributions target education-related activities. The support covers a wide range of quality education and lifelong learning projects.
Eli Lilly Foundation
The Eli Lilly Foundation is working to improve student performance in math and science in Grades K-12 in the United States. There is a heavy focus on Indiana, the company's home.
The Lawrence Foundation is focused on making grants to support environmental, education, human services, and other causes. Deadlines are April 30 and November 5.