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|Title||Summary||Maximum Award||Application Deadline|
|Amgen Foundation Science Education Grants||The Amgen Foundation offers grants in support of science literacy on a national and local level, especially in the areas of hands-on, inquiry-based learning experiences and teacher quality and development.||varies||rolling|
|Board Advancement Program||Grants of consulting and training services are available to youth-serving 501(c)(3) nonprofits in New York City with a budget between $200,000 and $4 million.||In-kind||Rolling|
|Fruit Tree 101 Grants||Fruit Tree 101 is a program that brings fruit tree orchards to schoolyards.||Trees and training to plant fruit orchards||Rolling|
|The Heckscher Foundation for Children Grants||The Heckscher Foundation for Children funds New York City organizations serving youth in the fields of education, family services, job training, health, arts and recreation.||None specified||Rolling|
|3M Corporate and Foundation Grants||3M's giving areas include K-12 and higher education, health and human services, and arts and culture.||None specified||Rolling|
|LEGO Children's Fund Youth Creativity Grants||The LEGO Children’s Fund will provide quarterly grants for programs that focus on creativity or technology and communication projects, with a special interest paid to collaborative efforts and in providing matching funds to leverage new dollars into the receiving organization.||$5,000||Quarterly|
|Share Our Strength No Kid Hungry Grants||Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry grants support innovative programs that help improve children’s access to programs that help address hunger.||$10,000||Applications Accepted by Invitation Only|
|Travelers Education Grants||Travelers supports initiatives that improve academic and career success for under-represented youth, specifically targeted at public schoolchildren in grades five through 12 and in transition to post-secondary education.||varies||Rolling|
|Microsoft Corporate Citizenship Tools for Nonprofits||Microsoft offers a variety of resources to help nonprofits learn how to better use technology, including discounted or donated software, cash grants and training events such as conferences and webinars.||In-kind||Rolling|
|Sony Corporation of America Grants||Sony's philanthropic efforts focus on several distinct areas: arts education, arts and culture, health and human services, civic and community outreach, education, and volunteerism.||Grants and electronic equipment||Rolling|