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Grants to Arkansas, Idaho, Kansas, Nebraska, and Oklahoma PreK-12 public and private schools for innovative projects that support technology, enhance education, and promote students' success in cities where the funding source has a business presence. Funding is intended to help children achieve their full potential in the classroom.
Grants are available in the following areas:
Oklahoma City, Kansas, and Tulsa Regions: Innovation in Education grants are open to PreK-12 public and private schools within Cox Communications service areas.
Arkansas and Omaha Regions: Requests may be for programs or curriculum impacting individual classrooms or collaborative programs impacting multiple classrooms, grade levels, disciplines or schools.
Sun Valley Region: Innovation in Education grants are open to PreK-12 public and private schools within Cox Communications Wood River Valley service areas. Requests may be for programs or curriculum impacting individual classrooms or collaborative programs impacting multiple classrooms, grade levels, disciplines, or schools.
GrantWatch ID#: 132289
- Arkansas and Omaha Regions: up to $2,500
- Kansas, Oklahoma City, and Tulsa Regions: Individual classroom grants up to $5,000; Collaborative grants: up to $10,000
- Sun Valley Region: up to $500
Funds granted by Cox Charities must be used for the request listed in the grant application and used within the school year in which the grant was paid.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online from February 1, 2020.
Oklahoma City region:
Omaha and Sun Valley region:
Arkansas service areas: Alma, Avoca, Barling, Bella Vista, Bellefonte, Bentonville, Bergman, Berryville, Bethel Heights, Cave Springs, Cedarville, Centerton, Central City, Chester, Decatur, Dyer, Elkins, Elm Springs, Eureka Springs, Farmington, Fayetteville, Fort Smith, Gentry, Goshen, Gravette, Green Forest, Greenland, Greenwood, Hackett, Harrison, Hartford, Huntington, Johnson, Lavaca, Lincoln, Little Flock, Lowell, Mansfield, Midland, Moffett, Mountainburg, Muldrow, Pea Ridge, Pocola, Prairie Grove, Rogers, Roland, Rudy, Siloam Springs, Springdale, Tontitown, Valley Springs, Van Buren, West Fork, and Winslow.
Kansas service areas: Andover, Arkansas City, Arma, Auburn, Augusta, Bel Aire, Benton, Burrton, Caney, Cheney, Cherryvale, Coffeyville, Columbus, Colwich, Cunningham, Dearing, Derby, Dodge City, Eastborough, El Dorado, Erie, Frontenac, Garden City, Garden Plain, Gas, Girard, Goddard, Grandview Plaza, Great Bend, Halstead, Haysville, Hesston, Hoisington, Humboldt, Hutchinson, Iola, Junction City, Kechi, Kingman, Kinsley, Larned, Lecompton, Lindsborg, Lyons, Maize, Manhattan, McConnell AFB, McPherson, Meriden, Mulvane, North Newton, Newton, Nickerson, Ogden, Oskaloosa, Park City, Parkerfield, Perry, Pittsburg, Pratt, Rose Hill, Saint George, Salina, Sedgwick, South Coffeyville, South Hutchinson, Sterling, Topeka, Towanda, Tyro, Valley Center, Wellington, Westmoreland, Wichita, Winfield and Yates Center.
Oklahoma City service areas: Bethany, Choctaw, Del City, Edmond, El Reno, Forest Park, Guthrie, Harrah, Lake Aluma, Midwest City, Moore, Mustang, Nichols Hills, Nicoma Park, Norman, Oklahoma City, Spencer, The Village, Tinker AFB, Valley Brook, Warr Acres, and Yukon.
Tulsa service areas: Bixby, Broken Arrow, Catoosa, Claremore, Coweta, Glenpool, Jenks, Keifer, Owasso, Sand Springs, Sapulpa and Tulsa.
Omaha service areas: Bellevue, Bennington, Carter Lake, Council Bluffs, Crescent, Elkhorn, Gretna, LaVista, Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha, Papillion, Ralston, Valley and Waterloo.
Idaho service areas: Bellevue, Hailey, Ketchum and Sun Valley.
USA: Arkansas; Idaho: Sun Valley; Kansas; Nebraska: Omaha; Oklahoma: Oklahoma City and Tulsa regions
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