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Boeing Company Charitable Grants - Phoenix-Mesa region

Type: Corporate
Source: Boeing
Program: Boeing Company Charitable Grants - Phoenix-Mesa region
Eligibility: Nonprofit
organizations
that
are
IRS
501(c)(3)
qualified
charitable
or
educational
organization
or
an
accredited
K-12
educational
institution.
Organizations
will
need
a
501(c)(3)-qualified
tax
ID
number
or
NCES
(K-12
schools/districts)
ID
number
to
apply.
Individual
K-12
schools
need
to
provide
both
their
NCES
district
ID
number
(seven
digits)
and
school
ID
number
(five
digits).
Most
public
universities
or
colleges
will
need
to apply
using
the
tax
ID
number
for
their
501(c)(3)
charitable
foundation
or
development
office.
























First-time
applicants
must
provide
detailed
information
about
their
finances,
board
members
and
top
five
highest-paid
employees
and
be
vetted
to
ensure
compliance
with
the
U.S.
Patriot
Act
and
anti-terrorism
laws.

Purpose: The
Arizona
Boeing
Company
Charitable
Grants
support
programs
primarily
in
the
Mesa
Public
School
District
to
improve
teacher
effectiveness
in
math
and
science,
particularly
in
low-income
areas.
Due
to
shortages
of
teachers
in some
math
and
science
areas
(i.e.
physics)
the
program
also
supports
certification
and
other
programs
to
increase
the
number
and
skills
of
qualified
math
math
and
science
teachers.























The Corporation's program
goal
is
to
build
capacity
and
align
educational
systems
by
focusing
on
the
development
of
school
leadership,
teachers,
programs
and
curricula
that
focus
on
advancing
students'
capacity
for
lifelong
learning
and
their
overall
educational
outcomes,
especially
in
subjects
that
can
prepare
them
for
Science,
Technology,
Engineering
and
Math
(STEM)
careers. 

Deadline: 03-15-2015
Quantity: Unknown
Additional
Information
:
If an
organization
believes
their
program
aligns
they
should
e-mail
Mary
Baldwin,
Arizona
Community
Investor,
at
mary.L.baldwin@boeing.com.
In
the
e-mail,
they
should
indicate
that
they
have
examined
the
local
guidelines
and
provide
a
brief overview
of
their
program
and
how
it
supports
Boeing's
Focus
Area
Objectives.
If
Boeing
is
interested
in
the
organization's
program,
they
will
contact
the
organization
to
discuss
the
possibility
of
submitting
a
letter
of
inquiry. 































Annual Deadlines:































Letter of Inquiry period: February 15 - March 15


















Application
Deadline
(if
invited
)
:
April
15















Grants Awarded: By June 30















if a deadline
falls
on
a
weekend
or
holiday,
the
application
is due
on
the
next
business
day.































If
organizations
have
additional
questions
or
need
more
guidance
after
reviewing
the
local
guidelines,
please
contact:
Mary
Baldwin,
Arizona
Community
Investor,
at
mary.L.baldwin@boeing.com
or
by
phone
at
(480)
891-4441.

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