In the previous month, educators were looking for funding opportunities in the areas of arts, technology, academic achievement, and more. Check out which grants GetEdFunding educators viewed the most in October.
The Chubb Charitable Foundation awards grants in its priority areas of education, addressing poverty and health, and the environment. Emphasis is given to clearly defined projects that solve problems with measurable and sustainable outcomes. Education initiatives include funding for higher education scholarships, tech career training, programs that prepare middle school students to attend high-quality high schools, teacher training, and other educational programs for learners of all ages, with attention to supporting equitable education and racial diversity and inclusion in the broader community
Deadline: Inquiry forms are accepted on a rolling basis.
The Halliburton Foundation accepts grant proposals from U.S. based nonprofit organizations that serve the following areas: education, health, and social services. Strong preference is given to organizations in areas where there is a significant presence of Halliburton employees and operations. Education grants focus on energy related subjects such as science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), and literacy.
Deadline: Applications are accepted year-round.
TC Energy Corporation sponsors Build Strong Program Grants that support initiatives related to education and training, the environment, community, and safety. Priority areas include programs focused on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education; postsecondary training; workforce enablement; safety education and awareness; youth environmental education and awareness; and education-focused special events and conferences.
Deadline: Applications are accepted January through November, annually.
The Change Happens Foundation makes grants in the following areas:
• Science: research and education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
• Environment: programs focused on conservation, climate change, and sustainable energy.
• Education: ideas and practices to educate and prepare students for bright and rewarding futures.
Previous funded projects include a nutrition and cooking education program for school districts and a STEM education facility.
Deadline: Letters of Inquiry are accepted year-round.
The Memorial Trust responds to the ever-changing needs of various segments of the population, especially to the needs of young people and people who are disadvantaged either physically, emotionally, or economically. Education is one of the primary funding areas, in addition to arts and culture, community development, environment, historic preservation, disabilities and universal access, and youth programs. Under the education program, support is given to organizations that provide educational opportunities or academic assistance to individuals who demonstrate an intellectual aptitude as well as financial need. Examples include scholarships, fellowships, academic counseling, literacy, and journalism.
Deadline: Letters of Inquiry are accepted November 1 through February 1, annually.