Foundation / Corporation
Chicago Foundation for Education (CFE)
Grants of up to $500 to Chicago, Illinois PreK-12 public school teachers and educators for classroom-scale and school-wide projects that address specific social, emotional, and academic needs of students. Funding may be used for supplies, books, field trips, materials, and other items that will deepen student engagement and promote active learning.
Partner Pilot Programs
For a second year, the Foundation is including an initiative within Small Grants called “CFE-OS Classroom Grants”. CFE will award Classroom Grants to 40 new teachers working in CPS’s Opportunity Schools (OS). Each grant will be in the amount of $500, and grantees may purchase resources and materials ranging from general classroom supplies to books to artifacts.
And, new this year, the Foundation is including a second initiative within Small Grants called “CFE-TST Impact Grants”. CFE will award Impact Grants to 10 Teachers Supporting Teachers (TST) Teacher Liaisons working in CPS schools with TST partnerships. Each grant will be in the amount of $500, and grantees may purchase resources and materials that help drive their TST team’s school-wide goal.
GrantWatch ID#: 155028
CFE will award Classroom Grants to 40 new teachers working in CPS’s Opportunity Schools (OS). CFE will award Impact Grants to 10 Teachers Supporting Teachers (TST) Teacher Liaisons working in CPS schools with TST partnerships.
Grants of up to $500.
Project Implementation: January through June 2020
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Chicago Foundation for Education
641 W. Lake Street, Suite 200
Chicago, Illinois 60661
USA: Illinois: Chicago
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