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:
Private schools themselves are not eligible for funding, due to the YAB focus on impacting the public K12 arena.¬† However, if a private school collaborates with and engages a K-12 public school and that public school agrees to apply for the YAB grant opportunity with support from the private school that would an eligible partnership.¬† The YAB encourages schools of all types to collaborate, but can only fund non-profit, tax-exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3) and public education institutions. ¬†
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