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Find Funding for Your Program

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.

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Title Summary Maximum Award Application Deadlinesort descending
Wells Fargo Corporate Giving Program Wells Fargo makes contributions that support programs and organizations whose chief purpose is to benefit low- and moderate-income individuals and families. None specified Rolling
WaysToHelp.org Grants WaysToHelp.org offers $500 grants to individuals with great ideas to address specific social issues, including the area of Education and Development. $500 Rolling
Batters Up USA Equipment Grants Batters Up USA provides free baseball/softball equipment, primarily bats, balls, tee ball sets, helmets, catcher’s gear, and bases to local organizations to support the start up of new programs or to assist existing programs to grow. in-kind Rolling
W.K. Kellogg Foundation Grants The W.K. Kellogg Foundation supports organizations that promote the emotional, social, cognitive, physical, cultural and civic development of young children, ages 0-8. None specified Rolling
Office Depot Foundation Grants Office Depot suport educational and community-building efforts in the communities where their stores are located. $3,000 Rolling
JCPenney Cares Grants JCPenney's philanthropic focus areas include education. Non-profit organizations are invited to submit letters of inquiry. varies rolling
First Book National Book Bank First Book offers free books ($0.45 shipping per book if unable to pick up at a distribution center) to programs in which 70% of the children served come from low-income families. free books Rolling
The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation Grants The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation supports organizations that help young people, ages 9 to 24, from low-income backgrounds become independent, productive adults. None specified Rolling
Rockwell Collins Charitable Corporation The company has identified two distinct funding priorities: education, with emphasis in math, science, engineering and technology; and culture and the arts. None specified 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

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