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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.
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|Title||Summary||Maximum Award||Application Deadline|
|Open Society Foundations Grants||Open Society Foundations programs promote equality, justice and open society values.||None specified||Varies|
|J-Serve and Repair the World Education Grants||J-Serve (The International Day of Jewish Youth Service) and Repair the World have teamed up to offer micro-grants for creative, volunteer-focused programs supporting education and child development.||$1,000||Rolling|
|Mott Foundation Improving Community Education Grants||The Charles Stewart Mott Foundations offers grants to advance systemic changes that improve educational policies and practices for children and families in low-income communities. There are three categories of funding: Community-Driven Reform, Vulnerable Youth, and Learning Beyond the Classroom.||$250,000||rolling|
|Edith Glick Shoolman Children's Foundation Grants||The foundation supports programs that encourage early childhood literacy and emotional well-being in the New York City metropolitan area.||None specified||Rolling|
|ClassWish.org||ClassWish provides classroom supplies.||Classroom Supplies||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|
|Kinder Morgan Foundation Grants||The Kinder Morgan Foundation funds programs that promote the academic and artistic interests of young people in areas where Kinder Morgan operates.||$5,000||Rolling|
|Toshiba America Foundation Science & Math Grants||Toshiba America Foundation contributes to science & math education by investing in teacher-designed projects for 6-12 students.||varies||Rolling|
|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|