Grants for the Classroom

Publicly funded schools don't have the budgets to bring sufficient creativity to the classroom. Applying for and being awarded a classroom grant has the power to reinvigorate the mindsets of teachers, giving them a fresh perspective on how valuable their work is and inspiring them to grow and learn alongside their students. proudly lists hundreds of grants for children, serving a wide variety of school, community and health related initiatives. If you operate or volunteer for a nonprofit that supports the mental, physical or emotional health of children in your community, be sure to search the available grants in support of your cause. 

Current GrantWatch listings include exciting and interesting opportunities for both teachers and students. Classroom grants provide creative tools for teaching children to learn about responsibility, the environment and social issues. Our grant listings support youth-led community service, promote arts & science programs for deaf students and award fellowships to students thriving in theater arts, just to name a few. 

These innovative methods to get students excited about learning and engaged in their lessons is also a wonderful gift for teachers.

Take a quick look at a few of these new initiatives classroom grants can achieve. Be sure to share with your favorite teachers, educators and students!

Grants to USA Individuals and Groups for Youth-Led Community Service Projects

Grants of $200 and grants of up to $400 for USA individuals and community, school, and nonprofit groups for youth-led community service projects. 

Deadline: 3/31/17

Grants to USA and Canada Deaf Students to Attend Extracurricular Arts and Science Programs

Grants to USA, territories and Canada children who are deaf or hard of hearing to attend after-school, summer, and weekend arts and sciences programming.  

Deadline: 3/31/17

Scholarships and Fellowships to USA Students and Individuals for Professional Training in the Theater Arts

Scholarships, apprenticeships, and fellowships ranging from $7,500 to $30,000 to USA students and individual artists, including actors, directors, and designers, for professional training, mentorships, and creative and artistic advancement in the theater arts. 

Deadline: 3/31/17



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2 thoughts on “Grants for the Classroom

  1. I need to find grants that will allow us to purchase housing for students who have aged out of Foster Care and are trying to pursue a college degree. Will you please send me a link to find this kind of funding for these children? Thank in advance for our help.

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