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The Kiki Magazine Grow Strong Girls through Leadership Grant

In support of the work done by The Women’s Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation in the area of girls’ leadership, Kiki is providing matching funds to extend a regional grant opportunity to applicants across the nation. Interested in developing leadership programs for girls in grades 6, 7, and/or 8? This opportunity is for you!
Maximum Award: 5 grants valued @ $1500 each
Eligibility: Eligibility requirements are generally the same for both grant pools with only slight differences to account for geographic location and subscription status. Regardless of location, however, applicants must be affiliated with a school in full-time operation with a state charter from the state in which the school is located. Proposed projects must involve girls who are in grades 6, 7, and/or 8.
Deadline: Monday, April 19, 2010

McGraw-Hill Companies: Harold McGraw, Jr. Prize in Education
The 2008 Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Prize in Education celebrates the theme of global awareness in U.S. education and recognizes those behind educational programs that help students develop the knowledge and skills they need to function as workers, citizens, and fulfilled individuals in an increasingly interconnected world.
Maximum Award: $25,000.
Eligibility: policymakers, leaders in higher education, and school-based personnel.
Deadline: March 19, 2010.

ING: Unsung Heroes Awards
The ING Unsung Heroes Awards program recognizes innovative and progressive thinking in education through monetary awards.
Maximum Award: $25,000.
Eligibility: full-time educators, teachers, principals, paraprofessionals, or classified staff members with effective projects that improve student learning at an accredited K-12 public or private school.
Deadline: April 30, 2010.

The American Honda Foundation makes grants to K-12 schools, colleges, universities, trade schools, and other youth-focused nonprofit organizations for programs that benefit youth and scientific education.
Eligibility: Schools and youth-focused nonprofit organizations.
Deadline: Four times per year: Nov. 1, Feb. 1, May 1, and Aug. 1.

Driver's Edge empowers young drivers through a combination of classroom discussions and behind-the-wheel defensive driving instruction to erase the Fast and the Furious and video-game mentality that many of today's young drivers have and that has skyrocketed automobile fatalities. The program is free.
Eligibility: students between the ages of 15 and 21 who have a learner's permit or driver's license.
Deadline: see tour schedule for relevant dates.

The Fund for Teachers makes direct grants to teachers for summer learning opportunities of their own design.
Maximum award: $5,000.
Eligibility: teachers K-12 with a minimum of three years teaching experience; teachers must be full-time and spend at least 50 percent of the time in the classroom when grants are approved and made.
Deadline: varies by state.

The Brown Rudnick Charitable Foundation Corporation's Limited GEO Grants to Help Inner City Educators will fund specific, one-time future education-related needs or ideas which promise to improve inner city education within one year of the grant award in one of eligible cities.
Maximum Award: $2,000.
Eligibility: small, concrete projects which will improve inner city education in Boston, Hartford, Providence, New York or Washington within the coming year.
Deadline: N/A.

Do Something Plum Youth Grants are available to young people who submit creative proposals to further the growth and success of their existing community action project. Maximum Award: $500.
Eligibility: Applicant must be 25 or younger at the time of application.
Deadline: weekly.

Barnes and Noble Grants - Barnes and Noble booksellers is considering requests for grants from nonprofit organizations that focus on art, literacy, or education (K-12). Applicants must have a plan for promoting the grants program with Barnes and Noble and must be willing to work with the local stores on in-store programming.
Maximum Award: varies.
Eligibility: nonprofits that focus on art, literacy, or education (K-12).
Deadline: rolling.

The Comcast Foundation is awarding grants to maximize the impact of community investments so they yield tangible, measurable benefits to the neighborhoods Comcast serves and the people who live there. The foundation's primary focus is in funding diversity-oriented programs that address literacy, volunteerism and youth leadership development.
Maximum Award: $500,000.
Eligibility: 501(c)3 organizations operating within communities that Comcast serves.
Deadline: N/A.

The Charles Lafitte Foundation Grants Program awards funds to help groups and individuals foster lasting improvement on the human condition by providing support to education, children's advocacy, medical research and the arts.


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