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TOYOTA USA FOUNDATION GRANTS

Type: Foundations
Source: TOYOTA USA FOUNDATION
Program: TOYOTA USA FOUNDATION GRANTS
Eligibility: The Toyota USA Foundation is committed to enhancing the quality of K‐12 education by supporting innovative programs and building partnerships with organizations dedicated to improving the teaching and learning of mathematics, science and environmental science.
Purpose: The Toyota U.S.A. Foundation Is Committed To Improving The Quality Of K‐12 Education, With A Primary Interest In Mathematics And Science. Organizations Must Be Located Within And Serve The People Of The United States.
Deadline: Rolling
Award Min: $50,000.00
Award Max: $200,000.00
Quantity: Unknown
Period: One year.
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The Toyota USA Foundation reviews applications continually and does not have deadlines. The review process can take up to six months.

Funds are not provided for:
Routine business expenses, operating costs, annual fund drives or deficit reductions
Endowments, capital campaigns, fund‐raising events, construction and equipment (except as noted above where the equipment is as a component of an eligible program)
Conferences
Publication subsidies, advertising and mass mailings
Lobbying organizations, political parties, labor organizations, fraternal groups and religious organizations
Individual scholarships
Vehicle donations
Scholarships
Sports teams
Non U.S.‐based charities
Organizations without 501©(3) status
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