Foundation / Corporation
Casio America, LampFree Projector Division
12/31/14 6:00 PM ET
In-kind prizes valued at $2,000 to USA K-12 schools consisting of high quality projector for classroom use. To enter the grant contest, schools must first educate students on mercury and how it can effect a young person's health. At the end of the lesson students will be asked to write an essay on "How to reduce the hazards of mercury on a young person's health".
The Sponsor will provide one (1) Ultra Short-Throw Projector to the winning Eligible School from each State. Approximate Retail Value of each Prize is $2,000.
Product Description: "The Casio LampFree Ultra Short Throw XJ-UT310WN can project crisp, shadow free images up to a 100 diagonal screen. It is designed to create a very close throw ratio (0:28:1) lens enabling an 80" image room just 1.5 feet away. The XJ-UT310WN lens produces 3100 lumens of brightness output with a WXGA resolution ideal for both school settings and HD content display. The connectivity uses a full arsenal of inputs including Video, Computer, and HDMI terminals with audio. Another great feature is Casio's free mobile application which allows educators to integrate mobile technology."
For more information and product specs, see here: http://www.casioprojector.com/products/Short_Throw_Models/XJ-UT310WN
GrantWatch ID#: 146506
1 prize per state; 50 prizes total.
Projectors are valued at $2,000.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Casio America, Inc.
570 Mt. Pleasant Avenue
Dover, NJ 07801
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