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This funding opportunities database provides the expanded learning time field and all those who work with young people with the latest public and private funding information, including ongoing funding sources, as well as time sensitive RFPs.

We do not manage the grants listed in this database. For questions about a specific funding opportunity, please contact the funder listed. To add a funding opportunity, please email us at info@expandedschools.org.

E.g., 2018-07-17
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Title Summary Maximum Award Application Deadlinesort ascending
LEF Books Teachers Helping Teachers Award Nominate an educator to receive $100 worth of books for their school. A new award winner is chosen each week. $100 worth of books Weekly
National Association of Biology Teachers Awards The National Association of Biology Teachers recognizes outstanding biology teachers with cash prizes, professional development opportunities, and other benefits. There are various award categories. $5,000 varies
Open Society Foundations Grants Open Society Foundations programs promote equality, justice and open society values. None specified Varies
Hilton Hotels Corporation Grants Hilton Worldwide funds social, economic, and sustainibility programs, including education programs. None specified Rolling, by invitation
Dorothea Haus Ross Foundation Funding for projects related to direct aid and assistance to vulnerable children. $15,000 Rolling
Let's Play Completion Grants This grant is for Do-It-Yourself communities and is to be used toward the improvement of an existing playground built using the KaBOOM! community build model, but without any KaBoom! funding. $500 Rolling
Sight for Students Free vision exams and glasses to low-income, uninsured children. Free eye-exam and glasses Rolling
May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust The Trust seeks to foster healthy development and future independence by increasing opportunities for children and youth up to age 25. None specified Rolling
Louis Calder Foundation Grants The Lous Calder Foundation funds educational programs in new charter and faith-based K-12 schools, professional development, and capital projects. None specified Rolling
Urban Farming and Youth Leadership These grants support organizations located in low-income, urban areas in the Northeast that are harnessing the power of young people to create urban farms and local markets. None specified Rolling

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