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Boeing Florida Company Charitable Grants

Type: Corporate
Source: Boeing
Program: Boeing Florida Company Charitable Grants
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.











Initiatives that benefit only the communities
of
Titusville
(Brevard County), Fort Walton Beach (Okaloosa
County),
and
Jacksonville (Duval County) directly or
indirectly
(state-wide
initiatives) will be considered.

Purpose: To ensure students will be prepared to participate
successfully
in
the workforce and contribute to their
community as an
individual
and citizen, Boeing Florida will
invest in the
professional
development and continuing
education programs for
teachers to
ensure competence in
subject matter and delivery of
effective
curricula and
programs in subjects that can prepare
students for
Science,
Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)
careers.
Deadline: 04-30-2015
Quantity: Unknown
Additional
Information
:
Annual Deadlines are:























Letter of Inquiry period: February 24 - April 30





LOI Acceptance/Decline notification: No later
than
May
15













Application Deadline (if invited): June 30





Awards Announced: No later than August 31













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:
deborah.b.kelly@boeing.com

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