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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., 2018-07-22
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Title Summary Maximum Award Application Deadlinesort descending
Advancing Student Achievement Math Grants ASA grants support math enhancement programs that bridge the gap between classroom and real world mathematics. $5,000 annually Rolling
Singing for Change Singing for Change grants support community-based nonprofits that address social and environmental problems. $10,000 Rolling
Tiger Foundation: Employment Funding Employment grants support opportunities for adults and youth with high barriers to employment. None specified Rolling
JPMorgan Chase Foundation JP Morgan Chase & Co. funds education initiatives for children from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. None specified Rolling
Bayer USA Foundation Grants The Bayer USA Foundation focuses primarily on education and workforce development, environment, health, and arts culture. None specified Rolling
Bristol-Myers Squibb Community Grants Bristol-Myers Squibb supports medical, health, and science education initiatives in communities where employees live and work. None specified Rolling
Youthpolicy.org Call for Curating NGOs The Open Society Foundations’ Youth Initiative requests proposals for up to $10,000 in funding to develop and curate thematic pages on the new global youth portal and community at youthpolicy.org. $10,000 rolling
RGK Foundation Education Grants The foundation's primary interests within education include programs that focus on formal K-12 education (particularly mathematics, science and reading), teacher development, literacy and higher education. Average grant is $25,000 Rolling
Michael & Susan Dell Foundation Grants The Michael and Susan Dell Foundation focuses on urban poverty and funds education, health, and family finanical stability programs. None specified Rolling
World We Want Social Action Projects Teams of young people receive micro-grants to generate and conduct Social Action Projects with support from mentors from partner organizations and an online funding platform to raise additional funds. $5,000 Rolling

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