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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.

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Titlesort descending Summary Maximum Award Application Deadline
The Comcast Foundation Grants Comcast's funding priorities are expanding digital literacy, promoting community service, and building tomorrow's leaders. None specified Rolling
The Corning Incorporated Foundation Funding is focused in the follwing areas: education, culture, community service, national programs, and matching gifts. None specified Rolling
The Countess Moira Charitable Foundation Grants The Countess Moira Foundation focuses on the well-being of youth. None specified 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
The Edward W. Hazen Foundation: Public Education Programs The Hazen Foundation's public education funding seeks to foster effective schools for all children and organize parents and communities for reform. None specified Contact the foundation for their latest RFP
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
The Lisa Libraries Book Donations The Lisa Libraries donates new children's books and small libraries to organizations that work with kids in poor and under-served areas. free books Rolling
The Schumann Fund: Early Childhood Development Supports programs and policies that provide good quality early childhood education and care, especially in poor urban communities. $40,000 Quarterly
The Schumann Fund: Essex County Programs Supports Essex County social and educational services for families with young children. $40,000 Quarterly
The William Randolph Hearst Foundations The Hearst Foundations support well-established nonprofit organizations that address significant issues within their major areas of interests: culture, education, health and social service. None specified Rolling

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