Foundation / Corporation
Gray Family Foundation (FF)
04/16/21 Midnight PST
Grants to Oregon formal and informal teachers affiliated with a sponsoring organization to integrate geography into the school curriculum. Funding is intended to help schools, districts, and communities promote the incorporation of geographic ideas into the curricula of K-12 classes. The goal of the grant is to encourage children, youth, and educators to have a sense of place in their local and global community, and to prepare them to be active stewards of Oregon’s communities and natural environments.
In 2021 Gray Family Foundation is offering grants to support educators in the development of instructional resources that use the power of geography to help students explore and understand the challenges facing our local communities. The Foundation will award grants to projects that align with the following priority objectives:
Examples of instructional resources can include but are not limited to curricula, lesson plans, virtual field trips, readers, supporting technologies, and other resources that can help support the integration of geography lessons, methods, tools, and strategies into Oregon classrooms. The resulting instructional materials should directly benefit the learning of Oregon youth.
For information about potential topics, see: https://grayff.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/2021-RFP-for-Teacher-Grants-Update-3.pdf#page=2
GrantWatch ID#: 194899
Up to 16 grants
$5,000 per educator.
Educators must work or intend to work with Oregon youth/students in 2021/22.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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