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Type: Foundations
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

Requests must come from an Internal Revenue Service recognized 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.
Type: Foundations
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

The Interactive Intelligence Foundation board reviews requests based on the following criteria: 1.How well your organization’s project aligns with the mission of the foundation, which is to utilize available resources and funding to foster life improvements for at-risk youth. 2.Heavier weight is given to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) projects, as well as those projects with a specific start/stop time and measurable outcomes. 3.The Interactive Intelligence Foundation does not fund administrative or overhead costs, all money received from the Foundation should be appropriated to the specific project that funds were requested for. 4.The demographics of age groups served by the organization should be 0- 18 years of age.
Type: Foundations
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

Kansas and Kansas City-area high school math, science, engineering, and technology teachers are eligible for the award, as are teachers who work in Cass, Clay, Jackson, Platte, and Ray counties in Missouri. A team of individuals from Perceptive Software and the University of Kansas School of Engineering will review all nominations and select the monthly award winners. To be eligible for the award, a teacher must receive three separate nominations — one each from a colleague, a member of the community, and a current student. Nominations may be submitted at any time during the year. Entries also will be accepted any time, and once all three nominations are submitted, the nomination will stay active and the teacher will remain eligible for an award for a period of one year.
Type: Foundations
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

The following focus areas will be eligible for consideration by the Foundation: •Improving lives through education from early childhood through higher education. •Protecting the environment. •Providing basic human services in the areas of hunger, housing, health and safety. •Enriching the quality of life in our communities through art, music and cultural heritage. Eligible applicants include: •501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations •State or political subdivisions •Government-owned or operated college or university •Exempt operating foundations
Type: State
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

Organizations must have a nonprofit 501(c)(3) status. Below is a list of general questions to help you determine if your organization is a candidate for an Alabama Power Foundation grant. -Does the project address a need in at least one of the following areas: education, community life, health and human services, arts and culture or the environment? -Could the project lead to permanent, enduring improvements in a community or the state? -Will a diverse group collaborate on the project to achieve common goals? -Can the program or idea be duplicated in other communities? Does the submitting organization clearly demonstrate sound fiscal management and accountability? -Could the organization attract multiple sources of support for the project? -Does the project address underserved segments of the population, such as racial or ethnic minorities, the impoverished and underprivileged or communities with fewer opportunities?
Type: Foundations
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

Organizations with a 501(c)(3) status and tribal and governmental agencies, including public school systems, are eligible to apply. Funding opportunities are available in 40 states, with each state having focused areas of giving. To see which types of organizations are funded in each state, go to the corporate giving web page and click on a specific state.
Type: Foundations
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

In order to be eligible, organizations must be classified as a 501(c) (3) public charity by the Internal Revenue Service, be both located within the United States and have a national scope. Additionally, programs requesting funding must focus on education specifically in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. In order to select the best candidates from the pool of applications, the Foundation considers the following criteria: •Significance of need/problem •Program’s potential for long-term success and sustainability •Program’s resourcefulness •Scale of project within the community or geographic region •Innovation and creativity of the program •Program’s ability to measure results •Cost-effectiveness •Diversity, inclusion and financial soundness
Type: Foundations
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

Kars4Kids is constantly on the lookout for likeminded charities which share our values and are working hard to make a difference in the areas of education and youth development. Kars4Kids accepts submissions directly from organizations and from individuals on behalf of charities they recommend.
Type: Foundations
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

Go to this link to check your eligibility: http://www.msdf.org/grants/apply/eligibility/
Type: Foundations
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

Who Can Apply Any district or independent school participating in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) is eligible to apply.