Foundation / Corporation
Grants of $500 to Iowa K-12 teachers and staff within the funding source’s service area for educational projects that promote energy conservation and environmental stewardship. This program encourages students to think creatively about how they can help their school protect the environment.
Funding may be requested for school-based energy efficiency projects that:
-Create healthier educational environments.
-Promote better student performance.
-Result in improved student (and teacher) attendance.
-Save schools money.
Projects may be inside or outdoors on school grounds. Halvorson Trane encourages teachers (and students) to talk with their school facility directors about ideas for projects.
-Replace incandescent bulbs with LED bulbs.
-Identify drafts and help school maintenance staff seal the leaks.
-Install a solar panel on your school grounds.
-Host an exciting “energy” education student assembly for your school.
-Purchase supplies to create an “energy” focused curriculum for your classroom.
Halvorson Trane will present a “giant” check to the awardee schools. Students, teachers, and administration from awardee schools should be present to accept the check. Halvorson Trane will issue a press release regarding grant awards, and may ask grantee schools for quotes.
GrantWatch ID#: 172542
Halvorson Trane is offering three grants.
Who Can Apply: K-12 school teachers or other school staff. The grant can be on behalf of a single classroom, several classrooms working together, the school as a whole, or a school club or sports team.
The application deadline is September 29, 2017. Grants will be announced at the end of October, 2017.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Scroll down on the following web page to complete the online application form:
For Questions, call 515-270-0004 and mention the $500 Grant, or use the following contact form:
Heartland AEA Regional Map:
USA: Iowa: Heartland AEA Region