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04/30/21 11:59 PM CDT
Grants of up to $500 to Illinois and Missouri teachers for innovative and creative teaching methods that will enhance PreK-12 classroom curricula and benefit students in eligible regions. Grants will be awarded in the following categories: science and technology, arts and humanities, health and fitness, field trip and transportation, books and materials, and special initiatives. Eligible programs are those that benefit students in Quincy and Palmyra.
Mercantile Bank's Banking on YOUth Grant Program is designed to provide teachers with an opportunity to expand and enhance their classroom curriculum for all students. The Banking on YOUth grant is to be used to underwrite and support creative and innovative learning methods, which a teacher would not otherwise have the funds to implement.
The Banking on YOUth Grant is open to all certified Quincy and Palmyra public or parochial school educators. This includes all early childhood, elementary, and secondary education teachers.
At least one grant will be awarded in each of the following categories for a total of six annual Banking on YOUth Grant opportunities:
While an application may include elements related to multiple categories, all applications must designate the best overall category for which it is to be considered.
GrantWatch ID#: 143479
A total of six annual Banking on YOUth Grant opportunities will be awarded.
At least one grant, a maximum of $500, will be awarded in six different categories.
Projects must be implemented within the specified academic year for which the grant is awarded.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Teachers who have questions, or would like more information about the program should contact Melissa Chaplin at Mercantile Bank at 217-214-1136 or email@example.com.
Banking on YOUth Grant Program
PO Box 3455
Quincy, IL 62305
USA: Illinois: Quincy; Missouri: Palmyra
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