Need a Grant? $2,000 & $5,000 Grants Available

Every year, the NEA Foundation awards more than 150 grants to support public school educators’ innovative ideas. On average, each grant impacts the learning of 200 students.


Now, with two levels of grant funding, $2,000 and $5,000, we’re hoping to fund more grants than ever before. Our next deadline for applications is Feb. 1, 2013. Find detailed grant guidelines and criteria, FAQ’s, and an instructional video in our grants to educators page.


You’ll also find a sample of several exemplary projects brought to fruition by our grantees in our featured grantees pages. We hope that the creativity displayed by these educators will inspire not only those considering applying for a grant, but also educators looking for unique learning lessons to replicate.


Learn more or apply today so that you’ll spend 2013-2014 better informed and funded. Either way, your students win.

2 Comments

Toni Ewing
February 22, 2013 @ 10:07 PM
To whom it may concern , I'am an educator with a verified disability
It's hard for me to afford pursuing my education. Are their grants to help me finish my career ? I have one more year, but it's hard financially. Your input is greatly appreciated.
Mary Wishne
March 7, 2013 @ 10:51 AM
I am a single mom trying to raise my daughter on a very limited small private school salary. I need to maintain my professional development creits in order to keep my license. However , it is very difficult for me to have to pay for the required courses. Is there any assistance that could help me?


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