COVID-19’s Impact on K-12 Students

Amid the COVID-19 crisis, K-12 education will be competing for fewer state dollars against other priorities like emergency health. For many schools nationwide, the recently passed federal stimulus package of about $270 per pupil will not suffice to fill the financial gap in K-12 education, leaving the teachers, students, and parents to pay the price.

As a growing number of K-12 schools are struggling to secure federal rescue funding, GrantWatch.com is doing its part to help make funding opportunities accessible to schools and other nonprofits.

According to Libby Hikind, CEO of GrantWatch:

“We aggregate government, federal, state, local, foundation, and corporation grants to help K-12 schools throughout the country access funding opportunities.

The disproportionate number of teacher layoffs across the USA has jolted us to take action and focus our daily efforts on locating grant funding opportunities for schools.”

Libby Hikind
k-12 Grants

COVID-19 Grants

In March 2020, GrantWatch added the Coronavirus COVID-19 grant category to our already robust grant search engine. We are constantly working to update this new category with available funding. We have grants listed by state, province, and territory for the United States, Canada, Israel, and Internationally.

GrantWatch has over 1000 grants listed for PreK through 12 grants! When searching, be sure to choose your state from the link in the menu bar. This will give you more targeted results.

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We here are GrantWatch.com have collected over 21,000 grant opportunities for eligible nonprofits, religious organizations, schools, individuals, and small businesses throughout the US and Canada, to help them find the funding during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Libby Hikind

Libby Hikind, began her grant writing career while working as a teacher in the New York City Department of Education. She wrote many grants for her classroom before raising $11 million for a Brooklyn school district. Throughout her professional career, she established her own grant writing agency in Staten Island with a fax newsletter for her clients of available grants. After retiring from teaching, Libby embraced the new technology and started GrantWatch. She then moved GrantWatch and her grant writing agency to Florida to enjoy her parents later years, and the rest is history. Today more than 120,000 people visit GrantWatch.com online, monthly.

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