Application Guidance

Envision Equity Grants
Application Guidance

Below, you will find descriptions of each component of the Envision Equity grant application. To ensure that your proposal qualifies for review, make sure that you complete all required fields.

Lead Applicant

The lead applicant will serve as the NEA Foundation’s contact person for award notification, reporting, publicity, and other grant-related activities.

Applications missing lead applicant data will not be considered. The lead applicant must be a current member of the National Education Association (NEA).

Partner Information

All proposals must include partner information. The partner should be prepared to assume leadership of the project should the lead applicant be unable to complete the work.

Applications without partner data will not be considered. The partner applicant must be a current member of the National Education Association (NEA).

Need help?

Please consult our Grant Writing Tutorial.

Need help navigating the application?

Please consult our How to Apply for A Grant video.

Fiscal Agent

If you want to have a fiscal agent for your grant funds, enter the fiscal agent information in this section.

If you are not designating a fiscal agent, the information in this section should be that of the lead applicant. In this instance, grant funds will be made payable to the lead applicant and reported to the Internal Revenue Service. The grant funds may be considered taxable income, so the lead applicant may wish to consult with his or her tax advisor before submitting the application.

The current application period is

December 1, 2022 - March 1, 2023

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