Foundation / Corporation
Lackawanna Heritage Valley National and State Heritage Area (LHV) and National Park Service (NPS)
Grants of up to $1,000 to Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania K-12 public school teachers and educators for community or classroom projects. Applicants are strongly recommended to contact the funding source prior to applying. Funding is intended for projects that promote students’ appreciation and understanding of the region’s heritage and the local environment.
Lackawanna Heritage Valley will award grants to produce heritage, art and, environmental projects. Projects should be designed to promote students’ understanding and appreciation of the Lackawanna Valley’s rich heritage and how it contributed to the nation’s development, or expand their understanding of what it means to be a steward of the environment, particularly in the Lackawanna River watershed.
Educators are encouraged to develop projects that engage the students’ creativity, use a multi-disciplinary approach or involve a team of educators, and address relevant Pennsylvania academic standards. Projects can incorporate artists, field trips to local cultural, historic, and environmental sites, and project participation by students’ families and community members.
Favorable projects will have a significant impact, whether it is a creative project that involves a large number of students or one that is a transformative experience for a smaller group.
GrantWatch ID#: 162800
Lackawanna Heritage Valley will award grants of up to $1,000.
Projects must take place between December 1, 2019, and June 1, 2020.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Email and send the completed application or form to:
April Rogato, Executive Assistant
Lackawanna Heritage Valley
National & State Heritage Area
213 Railroad Avenue
Scranton Pennsylvania, 18505
(570) 963-6730 x8200
USA: Pennsylvania: Lackawanna County
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