|The World We Want Foundation||World We Want Foundation Grants||Afterschool Programs, Family/Community Engagement, Literacy, Nutrition and/or Physical Activity, Rural Education, Rural Health||Other||12/1/2100||http://theworldwewantfoundation.org/start-your-project||Child Advocate/Community Activist, Community Program Provider, Elementary Educator, General Public|
The World We Want Foundation promotes and supports Young Global Citizens making positive social change in their communities and around the world. They work with and through Partner Organizations and Mentors youth applicants provide; help young people design and conduct meaningful Social Action Projects and acquire substantive knowledge and 21st-century skills while creating social value; provide micro-grants to support their Projects; provide an online funding platform to encourage and allow others to help fund their Projects; and provide an online Showcase to share their Stories of Social Impact with the world.
|Dollar General Literacy Foundation||Dollar General Youth Literacy Grants||Afterschool Programs, Literacy||Elementary Education||12/31/2100||Youth Literacy Grants||Community Program Provider, Elementary Educator|
Dollar General Literacy Foundation Youth Literacy Grants provide funding to schools, public libraries, and nonprofit organizations to help students who are below grade level or experiencing difficulty reading. Grant funding is provided to assist in the following areas: implementing new or expanding existing literacy programs; purchasing new technology or equipment to support literacy initiatives; and purchasing books, materials or software for literacy programs.
|General Mills||Champions for Healthy Kids||Afterschool Programs, Nutrition and/or Physical Activity, Rural Health||Health||12/31/2100||http://www.generalmills.com/Responsibility/community_engagement/Grants/Champions_for_healthy_kids.aspx||Child Advocate/Community Activist, Community Program Provider, Elementary Educator, Health Professional|
These grants are awarded to nonprofit organizations working to improve nutrition and physical fitness behaviors for youth.
|First Book||First Book||Afterschool Programs, Early Childhood, Family/Community Engagement, Literacy, Rural Education, Summer Programs||Early Childhood, Elementary Education||12/31/2100||http://www.firstbook.org/receive-books||Child Advocate/Community Activist, Early Childhood Educator, Elementary Educator|
First Book empowers educators with an unprecedented choice of high quality books and materials. Our resources help to: Elevate the quality of literacy programs; Register NowEnrich the learning experience for children in need; Enable teachers to create new curricula; and Impart a love of reading to children.
If you’re an educator or program administrator, and at least 70 percent of the children in your program come from low-income families, we can help. Eligible programs receive access to the: First Book Marketplace offering new books at 50 to 90 percent off retail prices; First Book National Book Bank offering free books (pay only for shipping typically at 35 to 50 cents a book); and book grants through First Book’s local Advisory Boards.
|Wal-Mart||Walmart's Sponsorship Program||Afterschool Programs, Early Childhood, Emergency Preparedness, Family/Community Engagement, Literacy, Nutrition and/or Physical Activity, Rural Education, Rural Health, Summer Programs||Early Childhood, Elementary Education, Emergencies, Health, Parent/Family Engagement||12/31/2100||http://public.conxport.com/walmart/sponsorship/home.aspx||Child Advocate/Community Activist, Community Program Provider, Early Childhood Educator, Elementary Educator, Emergency Manager/Volunteer, Health Professional|
This portal enables those requesting sponsorship support to effectively submit proposals to Walmart for evaluation.
|Panda Express||Panda Express Fundraising||Afterschool Programs, Early Childhood, Emergency Preparedness, Family/Community Engagement, Literacy, Nutrition and/or Physical Activity, Rural Education, Rural Health, Summer Programs||Early Childhood, Elementary Education, Emergencies, Health, Parent/Family Engagement, Policy||12/31/2100||http://pandaexpress.com/Fundraiser||Child Advocate/Community Activist, Community Program Provider, Early Childhood Educator, Elementary Educator, Emergency Manager/Volunteer, Health Professional, Parent/Guardian|
Panda Express wants to help you raise money for your school, organization, club, team, or other non-profit organization. Invite your friends and family to dine-in or take-out at Panda Express and we will donate 20% of the event sales.
|American Honda Corporation||American Honda Foundation Grants||Afterschool Programs, Literacy, Rural Education, Summer Programs||Elementary Education||12/31/2100||http://corporate.honda.com/america/philanthropy.aspx?id=ahf||Elementary Educator|
To help meet the needs of American society in the areas of youth and scientific education by awarding grants to nonprofits, while strategically assisting communities in deriving long-term benefits. Deadlines are February 1, May 1, August 1, and November 1, 2013.
|Trustmark||Trustmark Impact Educator Grant||Nutrition and/or Physical Activity, Rural Health||Health||12/31/2100||http://www.trustmarkins.com/internet/corporate/aboutus_248.html||Elementary Educator, Health Professional|
To support health education programs, Trustmark awards grants for teacher created initiatives that implement programs to promote healthy living for students
|Verizon||Verizon Foundation Education and Literacy Grants||Literacy, Rural Education||Elementary Education||12/31/2100||http://www.verizonfoundation.org/grants/guidelines/||Elementary Educator|
Provides funds to organizations and programs to increase their literacy and educational achievement
|Finish Line Youth Foundation||Youth Foundation Grants||Nutrition and/or Physical Activity, Rural Health||Health||12/31/2100||http://www.finishline.com/store/youthfoundation/guidelines.jsp||Elementary Educator, Health Professional|
Finish Line Youth Foundation focuses funding on organizations that provide opportunities for youth participation in the following areas: - Youth athletic programs – Community-based programs addressing active lifestyle and team building skills. - Camps – Established camps with an emphasis on sports and active lifestyle, especially programs serving disadvantaged and special needs kids.
|Labels for Education.||Labels for Education||Afterschool Programs||Elementary Education||12/31/2100||http://www.apfco.com/labels/enrollnow_step1.cfm||Community Program Provider, Elementary Educator|
Labels for Education® is a fun and easy program where families and members of the community work together towards a common goal — “Earn Free Stuff” for their school! By collecting UPCs and beverage caps/sauce caps from over 2,500 participating products, supplementing your earnings through the e-Labels for Education program and with bonus offers, your school earns points that can be redeemed for Arts, Athletics, and Academics merchandise. Explore our online catalog to see what your school can earn!
|Cisco||Cisco Global Impact Cash Grants||Rural Education||Elementary Education, Other||12/31/2100||http://csr.cisco.com/pages/global-impact-grants---how-to-apply||Community Program Provider, Elementary Educator|
Cisco Global Impact Cash Grants support nonprofit organizations in the U.S. and worldwide that provide assistance to underserved populations. In the Education category, Cisco supports technology-based solutions and education delivery models that enable children to master knowledge in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
|Whole Foods Market, Whole Kids Foundation||Let's Move Salad Bars to Schools Grant||Nutrition and/or Physical Activity, Rural Education, Rural Health||Health, Other||12/31/2100||http://saladbars2schools.org/guidelines||Child Advocate/Community Activist, Elementary Educator, Parent/Guardian|
Public and private K-12 schools can apply for a salad bar grant online through the Let's Move Salad Bars to Schools Web site to have a salad bar at their school.
|Good Sports||Good Sports Equipment Grant||Afterschool Programs, Nutrition and/or Physical Activity, Summer Programs||Elementary Education||12/31/2100||http://www.goodsports.org/equipment/apply/||Community Program Provider, Elementary Educator|
This grant is for programs serving children 5-18 and donates money to buy equipment for programs.