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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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Titlesort descending Summary Maximum Award Application Deadline
Safeway Foundation Education Grants The Safeway Foundation's philanthropic focus includes education. First-time grantees that are national in scope typically receive a grant of $10,00 to $25,000, with larger amounts considered once the foundation has established a relationship with the grantee. Smaller grants with a local focus are also considered within communities served by Safeway. $25,000 Open
Scholastic Book Grants Program In-kind giving initiative with a goal of ensuring that book donations have a significant impact on fostering literacy and a joy of reading among the most at-risk youth and families. in-kind; 500-1,000 books Rolling
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
Sight for Students Free vision exams and glasses to low-income, uninsured children. Free eye-exam and glasses Rolling
Singing for Change Singing for Change grants support community-based nonprofits that address social and environmental problems. $10,000 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
Surdna Foundation: Teens' Artistic and Cultural Advancement The Thriving Cultures Program therefore supports programs that successfully connect teens to artistically rigorous and culturally relevant programs that equip them with practical and life-enhancing skills. Range of $30,000 - 80,000, annually Rolling
The Achelis Foundation & The Bodman Foundation Grants Funding is concentrated in six program areas: arts and culture, education, employment, health, public policy, and youth and families. None specified Rolling
The CarMax Foundation Regional Giving Program The CarMax Foundation provides grants to nonprofits that promote educational opportunities for children and families. None specified Rolling
The Citigroup Foundation These grants support programs that prepare students for college and post-secondary employment. None specified Rolling

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