Foundation / Corporation
Ashland County Community Foundation (ACCF)
09/08/17 Received and/or Postmarked
Grants of up to $750 to Ashland County, Ohio K-12 teachers of accredited public and private schools to foster student learning opportunities. Funds may be used for special projects, events, or activities in any academic subject, and to purchase supplies, equipment, or for any other related expense.
Teacher Mini-Grants are intended to:
- Encourage educators to use creativity to bring interesting new programs, projects, or events into the classrooms of Ashland County. (Ideas could target a classroom, a grade level or a group of children with similar needs.)
- Foster educational innovation by funding programs and projects not supported by school budgets.
The Mini-Grants Committee judges applications on merit, need and accomplishable outcomes, and prefers creative/innovative programs and projects.
Sandy Brown Honorary Vocal Music Fund, a donor-designated fund, is a component of the Mini-Grants program to benefit vocal music education in Ashland County schools. Grants from this fund are solely for projects in vocal music. Notation of application to this Fund is not necessary. ACCF determines relevancy of applications for Sandy Brown Honorary Vocal Music Fund grants.
ARTSDREAM Fund, a donor-designated fund, is a component of the Mini-Grants program to benefit art education and raise art appreciation in Ashland County. Mini-Grant guidelines described above apply, except that grants from this fund are available only to K-12 teachers in Ashland County accredited public schools. Grants are solely for projects in the arts to include painting, sculpture, architecture, music, literature, drama, dance, etc. Notation of application to ARTSDREAM is not necessary. ACCF determines relevancy of applications for ARTSDREAM Fund grants.
GrantWatch ID#: 155281
The maximum grant is $750.
The applicant must be a teacher of grades K-12 in Ashland County, Ohio in a public or private school, where funding for the project is otherwise not provided.
Applications are available May 1, 2017, and due to ACCF by September 8. Incomplete applications or requests not received or postmarked by the deadline date will not be reviewed. ACCF staff is available to answer any question and to assist with your application for a Mini-Grant.
Notification of grant decisions is made by November 1.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Mail or deliver to:
Ashland County Community Foundation
300 College Avenue
Ashland, OH 44805
Lanie Hartge, Educational Programs Director
USA: Ohio: Ashland County