Grants For Teachers

Expand your instruction and engage your students

The much-anticipated Space Foundation Grant List for Teachers is up and running! If you are interested in expanding your instruction, as well as increasing student engagement, then you are in the right place. Grants are a wonderful way to provide opportunities for your students that simply do not fit within your current budget. 

The last update occurred on October 5, 2022.
This list is updated during the months of January, June, and August.

  • Space Foundation’s Grant List for Teachers is provided as a resource for educators and is curated from a variety of different sources. Grants are awarded at the discretion of the granting organization and therefore Space Foundation has no influence on this process.
  • Grant applicants are responsible to adhere to application requirements, including the deadlines, of the granting organization.

U.S. Department of Education

The U.S. Department of Education has a very comprehensive list, which includes information specific to each state. Click on your state, either on the map or the dropdown menu, to find the contact information for:

  • The Department of Education
  • The Higher Education Agency
  • The Special Education Agency
  • The Adult Education Agency

The Department of Education, at the state-level, is a great way to look for grant opportunities specific to the teachers and students in your state.

United States Space Grant Consortiums

This NASA initiative supports the advancement of science and engineering education, research, and public outreach. Funds are available for both curricular and professional development and are provided annually through grants at the state level. Click on the information for your state in order to find contact information, as well as grant opportunities that are currently available.


ASM's Kishor M. Kulkarni Distinguished High School Teacher Award

  • Amount: $2,500
  • Deadline: June 30th (awarded annually)

Award was established through a generous donation by Dr. Kulkarni (past ASM Trustee) and his family to honor and recognize the accomplishments of a high school science teacher who has demonstrated a significant and sustained impact on pre-college age students.

Candidates must be a full or part-time actively employed high school teacher in the U.S.A. or Canada.

Edward C. Roy Jr., Award for Excellence in K-8 Earth Science Teaching

  • Amount: $2,500 and $1,500 grant to attend NSTA Conference
  • Deadline: January 20th (awarded annually)

The purpose of this award is to honor the memory of Dr. Edward C. Roy Jr., who was a past president of the American Geosciences Institute (AGI), a professor at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, and a recipient of both the Ian Campbell Medal and the Heroy Distinguished Service Award. He was a lifelong supporter of teachers and students of all ages and served for a number of years as chair of the AGI Education Advisory Committee. The award is designed to recognize one teacher of grades K-8 (or Key Stages 1-3 in the United Kingdom) each year for his or her leadership and innovation in Earth science education.

To be eligible, an applicant must be a full-time U.S. or U.K. classroom teacher who currently provides instruction in Earth science at the K-8 level with all the responsibilities of such a position.

James Madison Graduate Fellowships

  • Amounts: $24,000
  • Deadline: March 2nd (awarded annually)

The James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation offers $24,000 James Madison Graduate Fellowships to individuals desiring to become outstanding teachers of the American Constitution at the secondary school level. Fellowship applicants compete only against other applicants from the states of their legal residence. As funding permits, the Foundation plans to offer one fellowship per state per year.

National Association of Biology Teachers: Ecology/Environmental Science Teaching Award

  • Amount: Varies
  • Deadline: March 15th (awarded annually)

The National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) award goes to a secondary school teacher who has developed an innovative approach to teaching ecology/environmental science and shared their commitment to the environment with the community. The awardee receives a one-year NABT membership, Vernier equipment, and $500 to travel to the NABT Professional Development Conference, where the awardee will receive a plaque to honor their work.

National Science Teacher Association (NSTA) Awards 

  • Amount: Varies 
  • Deadline: Varies, but most due December 15th (awarded annually) 

The annual NSTA Awards and Recognition Program recognizes exceptional and innovative science educators. The program was created to raise awareness and exposure of the outstanding work being done in the science education field.

The NSTA Awards and Recognition recipients will be honored during a black-tie dinner gala at the NSTA National Conference on Science Education.

Samsung Solve for Tomorrow

  • Amount: Varies
  • Deadline: November 2nd (awarded annually)

Designed to boost interest and proficiency in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), this nationwide contest challenges public school teachers and students in grades 6-12 to show how STEM can be applied to help improve their local community.

Shell Science Lab Challenge

  • Amount: $15,000 to $20,000 depending on grade level
  • Deadline: February 17th (awarded annually)

The annual Shell Science Lab Challenge Competition recognizes outstanding middle and high school programs for their exemplary approaches to science lab instruction utilizing limited school and laboratory resources. The Challenge will showcase the work of teachers, representing their schools, who submit innovative, replicable strategies to deliver quality lab experiences with limited equipment/resources, and award teachers/schools with additional tools, resources, and rich professional development opportunities needed to support high-quality science teaching and strengthen their existing capabilities.


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AIAA Foundation Classroom Grant Program 

  • Amount: $500 
  • Deadline: September 30th (awarded annually) 

The AIAA Foundation believes that one of the most significant means to inspire and advance the future of Aerospace is to fund grants to meet the unmet and unfunded educational needs of students. Each school year, AIAA awards grants of up to $500 to worthy projects that significantly influence student learning.

ARRL Amateur Radio Grants 

  • Amount: Up to $3,000 
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis 

The ARRL Foundation grants program awards limited funding to organizations for eligible amateur radio related projects and initiatives, particularly those with a focus on educating, licensing, and supporting Amateur Radio activities.  Youth-based projects and initiatives are especially encouraged. 

ARRL's Victor C. Clark Youth Incentive Program

  • Amount: $1,000
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis

At the request of the family of the late Victor C. Clark, W4KFC, the ARRL Foundation established the Victor C. Clark Foundation Youth Incentive Program, with the objective of providing support for the development of Amateur Radio among high-school age (or younger) youth. Funded by endowment and contributor support, the Program makes mini-grants available to groups that demonstrate serious intent to promote participation in Amateur Radio by youth and enrich the experience of radio amateurs under the age of 18.

Adopt a Classroom

  • Amount: Varies
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis

Teachers spend an average of $740 a year of their own money on classroom supplies. Since 1998, Adopt a Classroom has connected donors to teachers with grants, sponsorship, and crowdfunding. They offer a flexible and accountable funding for teachers and schools through our proprietary, easy-to-use fundraising platform.

Air Force Junior ROTC Grant

  • Amount: $250
  • Deadline: October 10th and February 10th (awarded semi-annually)

The Air Force Association offers grants of up to $250 to promote aerospace education in classrooms and Junior ROTC units. Grants can be used for aerospace-related items, such as books and materials, or field trips to an aerospace museum, Air Force base, or other aerospace facility. Classrooms and units can apply every other academic year.

American Electric Power Teacher Vision Grants

  • Amount: Up to $500
  • Deadline: December 16th (awarded annually)

You motivate youth to think creatively, to step into leadership roles and to address the challenges of the future. If adequate funding is all that stands between you and a new classroom adventure, American Electric Power's Teacher Vision Grant program may help. Teachers of pre-K through Grade 12 who live or teach in the AEP service area or in communities with major AEP facilities may apply.

Any project that has an academic focus and a goal to improve student achievement will be considered. AEP has a special interest in science, mathematics, technology, the study of energy and a sustainable environment, and energy efficiency.

Highly regarded projects will incorporate matching funds, community resources, and interdisciplinary or team-teaching projects. We do not fund stipends or meals.

Association of American Educators Classroom Grants

  • Amount: Up to $500
  • Deadline: October 8th and March 1st (awarded semi-annually)

Classroom grants are available to all full-time educators who have not received a scholarship or grant from AAE in the past two years. Awards are competitive.

Classroom grants can be used for a variety of projects and materials, including but not limited to books, software, calculators, math manipulatives, art supplies, audio-visual equipment, and lab materials. Funds must be used within one year of the application deadline.

Bayer Fund Educational Grants

  • Amount: Varies
  • Deadline: August 31st and February 28th (awarded semi-annually)

Bayer Fund supports communities where our employees live and work by investing in programs in eligible communities around the world. We support general educational programs and programs focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) that offer innovative approaches to teaching or learning and which foster student achievement. We give priority to programs that use evidence-based methodology.

We accept Education applications from invited organizations located in eligible communities during two periods annually. The first period opens January 1 and closes February 28 at 11:59:59pm CT (funding decisions made in May/June). The second period opens July 1 and closes on August 31 at 11:59:59pm CT (funding decisions made in November/December).

Applications to Bayer Fund are by invitation only.

Bayer Fund FIRST Robotics Program Grants K-12 

  • Amount: Up to $3,000 (amount varies depending on the category of the applying team) 
  • Deadline: September 30th (awarded annually) 

Bayer Fund supports FIRST Robotics teams in United States communities where our employees live and work. This program inspires young people to be science and technology leaders by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build necessary skills, inspire innovation, and foster well-rounded life capabilities such as self-confidence, communication, and leadership.

We support FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC), FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC), FIRST Lego League (FLL) and FIRST Lego League Junior (FLL-Jr) teams, prioritizing teams that demonstrate diversity to maximize impact. Examples are female-led teams, racially or gender diverse teams, and economically diverse teams.

We accept FIRST Robotics Grant applications from eligible U.S. communities on an annual basis. FIRST Robotics applications are accepted by invitation only. To apply, applicants must obtain the invitation code from the Bayer site contact in the team’s local community. All teams must be located within approximately 30 miles of an eligible site community.

Chi Alpha Mu National Junior Mathematics Club (NJMC) Grants 

  • Amount: Varies 
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis 

Welcome to Chi Alpha Mu! Chi Alpha Mu, which stands for Creative Adventures in Mathematics, is the National Junior Mathematics Club for middle schools. Founded in 1967, the organization was reactivated by Mu Alpha Theta in 2008 to promote enjoyment and understanding of mathematics by middle school students. 

Chi Alpha Mu provides three types of grants to our chapters and students! Chapter grants can be used to pay for activities, competition grants can be used to offset the cost of participating in a math competition, and our summer grants help pay for students to attend a summer math program. 

Civil Air Patrol 

  • Amount: Varies 
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis 

Description: Civil Air Patrol has STEM kits available for teachers, as well as mini-grants to fund classroom projects. Teachers have to join CAP in order to apply. There is a one-time fee of $35, but that fee includes a ton of free curriculum that is aligned to the NGSS standards.

Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation Grants

  • Amount: Varies
  • Deadline: February 1st (awarded semi-annually)

The Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation Grants provides environmental and arts education opportunities to children and youth by supporting programs for educators and artists to improve and apply their teaching skills in these subjects and by supporting efforts to advance environmental and arts education programs. Priority is given to proposals from California organizations.

CSX Community Service Grants

  • Amount: $1,000 to $5,000 suggested
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis

CSX Community Service Grants assist organizations that make a strong, quantifiable impact on their greater communities. The online application for Community Service Grants is open from Jan. 1 through Dec. 15 each year. Every effort will be made to respond to applications within 30–45 days. Remaining applications are automatically closed after 90 days.

To apply for a CSX Community Service Grant, an organization must qualify under one of the following charitable criteria:

  • It qualifies by possessing tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code as listed in the IRS Master File of organizations conducting activities in the United States.
  • It qualifies as a state, county or municipal government entity, including law enforcement and fire rescue departments, and seeks funding to serve the needs of the community at large.
  • It qualifies as a pre-K–12 school, charter school, community/junior college, or college/university.

Donald Samull Classroom Herb Garden Grant 

  • Amount: $300 
  • Deadline: October 1st (awarded annually) 

The Herb Society of America offers these grants to public and private school teachers of grades 3-6 with classes of at least 15 students. Ten schools will receive $300 ‘seed money’ grants to establish indoor or outdoor herb gardens. Funds may be used for soil, plant trays, containers, or tools.

Donors Choose

  • Amount: Varies
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis makes it easy for anyone to help a classroom in need. Public school teachers from every corner of America create classroom project requests, and you can give any amount to the project that inspires you.

Dreyfus Foundation Educational Grants

  • Amount: $1,000 to $20,000
  • Deadline: November 10th and May 10th (awarded semi-annually)

The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation awards grants to organizations for whom a small amount of money can make a big difference.

The Foundation welcomes requests for support from community-based non-profit organizations located in the United States, including museums, cultural, and performing arts programs; schools, hospitals, educational and skills training programs, programs for youth, seniors, and persons with disabilities; environmental and wildlife protection activities; and other community-based organizations and their programs.

Duke Energy Foundation Local Impact Grants

  • Amount: Up to $10,000
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis

The foundation provides K-12 Education and Nature grants to nonprofit organizations that make an impact in communities where the company operates in Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, North Caroline, Ohio, and South Caroline. K-12 grants should advance energy, engineering, and environmental education through student programming or teacher professional development. Grants are made at the district level.

Nature grants should support species conservation, habitat and forest restoration and protection, or water quality, quantity, conservation, and access.

Applications for both programs are accepted year-round. Power for Students of $5,000 or less are also available for after school or enrichment programs.

Frances R. Dewing Foundation Grants

  • Amount: Up to $20,000
  • Deadline: October 1st and April 1st (awarded semi-annually)

The FRD Foundation was created on April 4, 1963 by Frances R. Dewing. She received her BA from Wellesley College in 1900 and Ph.D. from Radcliffe College in 1906. The monies of the FRD Foundation are to be used to provide "seed money" for intellectual stimulation of young children.

These grants fund projects or programs focused on early childhood education. Of particular interest are those at new, untried, or unusual educational organizations that aim to introduce new methods for children from age 2 to 6th grade.

The FRD Foundation is a small, non-profit, charitable organization that supports innovative ways of teaching young children. Approximately 20 to 30 grants are made per year.

The Lawrence Foundation Grants

  • Amount: $5,000 to $10,000
  • Deadline:  October 31st and April 30th (awarded semi-annually)

The Lawrence Foundation is a private family foundation focused on making grants to support environmental, human services and other causes. The Lawrence Foundation was established in mid-2000. We make both program and operating grants and do not have any geographical restrictions on our grants. Nonprofit organizations that qualify for public charity status under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or other similar organizations are eligible for grants from The Lawrence Foundation, including public schools and libraries.

The foundation makes grants to US based qualified charitable organizations. To date we have funded organizations that address the following areas of interest:

  • Environment (US headquartered organizations operating programs in the US or elsewhere in the world)
  • Human Services
  • Disaster relief (US headquartered organizations responding to disasters in the US or elsewhere in the world on an occasional basis)
  • Other (US headquartered organizations operating programs in the US or elsewhere in the world).

Mazda Foundation  

  • Amount: Varies
  • Deadline: July 1st (awarded annually) 

Primarily open to applicants in communities where Mazda has offices located (Irvine CA, Bridgewater NJ, Oakbrook Terrace IL, Houston TX, and Huntsville AL)

Mazda Foundation offers grants to programs promoting education and literacy, environmental conservation, cross-cultural understanding, social welfare, and scientific understanding. 

The Meemic Foundation's PopIn2Win Grant

  • Amount: Varies
  • Deadline: Awarded on a monthly grant cycle

You love the classroom funding assistance you get from grants … but hate all those darn questions you have to complete to apply for funding. And you just don’t have the time it takes to complete some of these grant applications. It sounds like you want a grant that’s not a grant. We invite you to PopIn2Win! It’s The Meemic Foundation’s monthly opportunity to quickly “click-in” to be considered for a valuable resource or tool that will enhance your school or classroom learning for your students!

These grants are available to teachers in Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Applicants must also be Foundation Club members, and membership is free of charge.

The Mikkelson Mathematics and Science Teachers Scholarship Fund

  • Amount: Varies
  • Deadline: Varies

The Mikkelson Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Charitable Foundation incorporated in Colorado in October of 1999. The Mikkelson Foundation was established to improve scientific and technical education by providing support for teachers and organizations involved in science and mathematics education, and for students studying science, engineering, and mathematics. The Foundation provides scholarship funds for college students studying math, science, and engineering, and also provides funding for teacher skill improvement programs in mathematics and science.

Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation's Grants for Youth with Disabilities 

  • Amount: $10,000 to $100,000 
  • Deadline: November 1st (awarded annually) 

Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation supports innovative projects that help youth with disabilities develop the leadership and employment skills they need to succeed, particularly for careers in science, technology, engineering, arts & design, and mathematics (STEAM). MEAF will also consider projects to create tools that help break down barriers to employment and increase job opportunities for young people with disabilities entering the workforce, including returning veterans with disabilities.

Motorola Solutions 

  • Amount: Varies 
  • Deadline: Grant Cycle for 2023 opens in November (awarded annually)  

We partner with organizations that are creating safer cities and equitable, thriving communities. In alignment with our values, we work with our grant partners to ensure our grants drive positive impact through measurable outcomes and results. The Foundation supports organizations that foster innovation in education and public safety and cultivate the next generation of engineers and inventors. 

Mu Alpha Theta 

  • Amount: Varies 
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis 

Mu Alpha Theta currently has five different types of grants available: Summer Grants, Chapter Grants, Competition Grants, Classroom Teaching Grants, and Convention Grants.  

NCTM Grants 

  • Amount: Varies 
  • Deadline: November 1st (awarded annually) 

Apply for NCTM's Mathematics Education Trust grants, scholarships, and awards. Funding ranges from $1,500 to $24,000 and is available to help math teachers, prospective teachers, and other math educators improve the teaching and learning of mathematics." It'll be perfectly updated then.

NEA Foundation Learning and Leadership Grants

  • Amount: $1,500 or $5,000
  • Deadline: February 28th, 2023, April 28th, 2023 and September 15th, 2023 (awarded three times a year)

Description: The NEA Foundation for the Improvement of Education awards grants that support the professional development of public school teachers and faculty in public institutions of higher education. Grants may fund professional development experiences, such as summer institutes or action research, mentoring experiences or lesson study. Professional development must improve practice, curriculum and student achievement, and recipients must put professional leadership into practice by sharing what they learn with their colleagues. Grants cannot be used to fund a degree. Grants are only available to current members of the National Education Association.

NiSource Charitable Foundation Grants

  • Amount: Varies
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis

NiSource established the NiSource Charitable Foundation, with a mission to help create strong and sustainable communities where our employees and customers live and work.

In close collaboration with NiSource employees and community partners, the foundation seeks opportunities to provide funding and encourage volunteer support for non-profit organizations in the following areas:

  • Economic & Workforce Development: Retention and Attraction of Job Opportunities; Energy Infrastructure; Community Vitality
  • Environmental Stewardship: Protection and Restoration of Natural Resources, Energy Conservation and Environmental
  • STEM and Energy Education: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, and Energy Education
  • Safety: Emergency Assistance & Disaster Preparedness, First Aid, Safety Education & Energy Safety
  • Basic Needs & Hardship Assistance: Food, Shelter, Heating Assistance and Social Service

Partners in Science Program 

  • Amount: $19,000 distributed for specific focus areas over two years
  • Deadline: December 1st

This unique program pairs high school science teachers with a mentor doing cutting-edge research in an academic lab or a lab associated with another nonprofit institution. The Murdock Trust awards approximately 25 Partners in Science grants each year to fund these teacher-mentor research opportunities in the Pacific Northwest. Our goal is to help teachers bring knowledge from the research lab directly into the classroom to promote hands-on science education. After reading the program guidelines and the instructions and checklist, the research mentor or the high school teacher may begin the application process through the Grants Portal. The completed application must be submitted by the mentor’s institution.

Partners in Science work occurs over the course of two summers. After the first summer, partners develop a pictorial poster showing their research to date for presentation at the National Partners in Science conference. After the second year of work with their mentors, partners return to the conference to deliver an oral presentation on their progress.

Teachers are expected to arrange their own partnerships, although the Trust has provided a list of some potential research projects submitted by scientists from the Pacific Northwest who are willing to serve as mentors in the Partners in Science Program. Additionally, a list of individuals who have agreed to serve as contact persons at their respective institutions for the Partners in Science Program is available on this institutional contact list by state. For more information on Partners In Science, please email Kim Newman.

Pets in the Classroom Teacher Grant Program

  • Amount: Varies
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis

Pets in the Classroom is an educational grant program that provides financial support to teachers to purchase and maintain small animals in the classroom. The program was established by the Pet Care Trust to provide children with an opportunity to interact with pets—an experience that can help to shape their lives for years to come.

Pitsco Education

  • Amount: $350 in the form of a Pitsco voucher
  • Deadline: Monthly 

Apply for funds to help make more hands-on, minds-on, hearts-on learning possible either in the classroom or on the competition field. We offer two monthly grant opportunities: Educator Grant – $350 grant, open to PreK-college educators. Team Grant – $150 grant, open to K-12 competitive teams.

Ray Foundation 

  • Amount: Varies 
  • Deadline: Reviewed on a quarterly basis 

Ray Foundation, Inc. supports programs and organizations, primarily within the field of aviation, that develop life skills such as honesty, work ethic, self-confidence and self-discipline in young adults. Our founders, James C. and Joan L. Ray, felt that with these personal attributes, a person can truly be free to pursue their dreams and succeed in life. 

Ray Foundation, Inc. takes an active role in developing the programs of our grant recipients. By defining goals and performance metrics, we ensure the highest possible “Return on Philanthropic Investment” (RPI). Our measure of RPI includes several variables of the traditional financial sense, such as efficiency, balance sheet and income statement metrics. We also take into consideration many factors familiar to venture capital investors such as timing, positioning, scale and scope, business plan and confidence in management. Often unquantifiable in numbers, these factors are the critical “Right Stuff” to help ensure success. 

Salt River Project

  • Amount: Up to $5,000 for Learning grants, $2,500 for History grants 
  • Deadline: February 28th (awarded annually)

Only open to educators in parts of Arizona served by SRP.

Learning grants allow schools, teachers and students to develop projects and programs geared toward state-mandated competencies. Up to $5,000 is awarded per school. Funds can be used to support innovative teaching strategies that improve student performance in math and science. 

History and Social Science Grants are awarded to help educators present academic content and teach skills in the interrelated disciplines of history, geography, civics, government and economics. Up to $2,500 is awarded per school.

Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers (SARA) Student and Teacher Project Grants

  • Amount: $200 
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis 

The Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers provides funds in support of student projects. The funds will be divided up into several small grants of no more than $200 each or more, with the approval of the grant committee, to ensure that the money reaches the largest number of students. Preference will be given to students 5th grade through college and to new and innovative ideas. UPDATE: Teachers are now eligible to apply for grants to bring radio astronomy to the classroom. 

ShareSpace Foundation 

  • Amount: Giant Moon Map package or Giant Mars Map package 
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis 

Description: This grant provides STEAM educational resources, as well as an opportunity to receive a giant Mars map (25’ x 25’) or a giant Moon map!

Toshiba America Foundation

  • Amount: Up to $5,000; Some greater than $5,000 considered
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis

Toshiba America Foundation's mission is to provide teachers with additional funds to support classroom projects. After school, summer projects, and independent study projects are not eligible. The Foundation strongly encourages projects planned and led by individual teachers or teams of teachers for their own classrooms.

Many successful grantees have designed projects that tap into the natural curiosity of their students, enable students to frame their own scientific questions, and incorporate the expertise of community partners.

Verizon Foundation Grants

  • Amount: Varies
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis

Verizon’s funding priorities are STEM education for K-12 youth and domestic violence education and prevention for youth, women and older adults. New applications are by invitation only.

VWR/ Avantor Foundation Grants

  • Amount: Varies
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis

The VWR/Avantor Foundation is committed to building greater awareness and improvement in Science Education, focusing specifically on K-12 science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) programs that go beyond the textbook. Funds can be used to support professional development programs for teachers, science-related camps for students, and can also be used to support the purchase of supplies and equipment for such programs or for student or teacher scholarships.

Walmart Community Grants 

  • Amount: From $250 to $5,000 
  • Deadline: December 31st (awarded annually) 

An organization holding a current tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3), or (19) of the Internal Revenue Code, listed on the IRS Master File and conducting activities within the United States, as well as K-12 public or nonprofit private school, charter school, community/junior college, state/private college or university; or a church or other faith-based organization with a proposed project that benefits the community at large, such as food pantries, soup kitchens and clothing closets. Please see the grant application for more details.

The Westinghouse Charitable Giving Program

  • Amount: Varies
  • Deadline: Awarded on a rolling basis

The Westinghouse Charitable Giving Program enables our company to provide financial support to communities in one or more of our strategic areas of giving. Grants defined as education with a focus on STEM are those used to improve knowledge and literacy with a focus in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math among students, teachers and the general public. Grantees must be located within 50 miles of a Westinghouse site.