State Farm Youth Advisory Board
- Type: Foundations
- Source: State Farm
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- Award Min: $25,000.00
- Award Max: $100,000.00
- Quantity: Unknown
- Deadline: May 03, 2013
Who is eligible to receive a grant? All non-profit, tax-exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3) or another tax-exempt portion of the IRS code are eligible for funding to the extent that they collaborate with and engage K-12 public school curriculum and achievement as part of the grant. Eligible projects MUST be implemented in the 50 U.S. states, or the 3 Canadian provinces of Alberta, New Brunswick, or Ontario. Additionally, all monetary benefits should stay in the U.S. or 3 Canadian provinces. Additionally, eligible organizations include, but are not limited to: Public K-12 schools and school districts Public charter schools Colleges and Universities Governmental organizations Other Non-profit organizations There is a slightly different eligibility component for Canadian applicants: State Farm may provide charitable donations to Canadian organizations that are equivalent to a U.S. public charity and are registered with Canada Customs and Revenue Agency as a charitable organization. Canadian State Farm Youth Advisory Board applicants must adhere to this component as well as meet the public, K-12 curriculum requirements listed above.
Thirty Students, Ages 17-20, From Across The United States And Canada Comprise The State Farm Youth Advisory Board. They Are Charged With Helping State Farm Design And Implement A $5 Million-a-year Signature Service-learning Initiative To Address Issues Important To State Farm And Communities Across The United States And Canada.
Questions? Please contact: Kelly Savage MS, APR State Farm® Community Relations Specialist (MN, ND & WI) 245 S. Executive Dr. Brookfield, WI 53005 W: 262.798.7562 M: 414.870.1467 F: 262.798-7118 firstname.lastname@example.org