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American Honda Foundation
Eligibility: K-12 and Higher Education
Value: Varies
Deadline: Nov. 1, Feb. 1, May 1, and Aug. 1
The American Honda Foundation provides grants in the fields of youth education and scientific education to the following: Educational institutions, K-12; accredited higher education colleges and universities); community colleges and vocational or trade schools; scholarship fellowship programs at selected colleges and/or universities or through selected non-profit organizations; other scientific and education-related, non-profit, tax-exempt organizations; student programs; media concerning youth education and/or scientific education; private, scientific and/or youth education projects; other non-profit, tax-exempt, institutions in the youth education and scientific education; and programs pertaining to academic or curriculum development that emphasize innovative educational methods and techniques. Contact: American Honda Foundation, 1919 Torrance Blvd., M.S. 100-1W-5A, Torrance, 90501
Kathryn A. Carey, Mgr., Tel:(310) 781-4090, E-mail:
Area: Mathematics, Science, Technology / Professional Development Level: K-16


The NEA Foundation for the Improvement of Education
Learning & Leadership and Innovation Grants
Eligibility: K-12 public school teachers, public school education support professionals, and faculty and staff at US public higher education institutions
Value: $2,000-5,000
Deadline: Applications may be submitted year-around, and are reviewed three times a year. See website for details.
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The NEA Foundation provides $2,000 and $5,000 grants to public school teachers, public school education support professionals, and faculty and staff in public higher education institutions for the purpose of engaging in high-quality professional development or implementing project-based learning and break-the-mold innovations that raise student achievement.
Contact: The NEA Foundation, Attn: Learning & Leadership Grants
1201 Sixteenth Street NW, Suite 416, Washington, DC 20036-3207
Area: Professional Development Level: K-16


Toyota USA Foundation
Eligibility: [K-12] Toyota prefers to support programs, rather than sponsor events. Organizations must apply each year to the contributions program, and subsequent funding is contingent upon evaluation of previous activities
Value: Varies
Contact foundation for deadline
The Toyota USA Foundation is committed to improving the quality of K-12 education, with a primary interest in mathematics and science. Applying organizations must be tax-exempt under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)3 and be located within and serve the people of the United States. They also must be financially sound and complete the Toyota USA Foundation application. Toyota's goal is to electrify the minds of people all ages through our support of education programs. Our partnerships with national nonprofit organizations include programs that address issues such as family literacy, K-12th grade education, technical and higher education as well as environmental education.
Contact: Foundation Administrator, Toyota USA Foundation
9 West 57th Street, Suite 4900, New York, NY 10019
Area: Mathematics, Science, Technology Level: K-12


Grant Title: Program for 7-12 Math and Science Education
Organization: Toshiba America Foundation
Eligibility: Educators in grades 7-12
Value: $5,000 per award; number of awards varies
The Toshiba America Foundation is a nonprofit grant-making organization dedicated to supporting science and math education in the U.S. The foundation contributes to the quality of science and mathematics education by investing in projects designed by classroom teachers to improve instruction for students in grades 7-12. The foundation awards grants of $5,000 on a rolling basis. For grants of more than $5,000, applications are due Feb. 1 and Aug. 1 of each year.

RGK Foundation Education Grant Program
Letter of inquiry accepted year round
Source: RGK Foundation
Web Site  RGK Foundation Grants

The RGK Foundation's primary interests within education include programs that focus on formal K-12 education (particularly mathematics, science and reading), teacher development, literacy, and higher education. All applicants must complete an electronic Letter of Inquiry from the Web site as the first step. Grants are made only to nonprofit organizations certified as tax exempt under Sections 501(c)(3). Most grants awarded during 2006 will be under $25,000.


Westinghouse Math and Science Grant
Rolling deadline
Source: Westinghouse
Web Site  Westinghouse Charitable Giving Grants

Westinghouse charitable giving provides education grants of up to $5,000 with an emphasis on elementary, secondary, and high school educational programs that emphasize math and science, although consideration will be given to other relevant, non-fine arts programs. The Charitable Giving Advisory Board will evaluate proposals and make awards on a quarterly basis. Applications are accepted year round. Westinghouse will only accept grant applications from educators in communities where Westinghouse has a local presence.


Up to $25,000 to give youth safe places to learn
Grant Title: Assisting At-Risk Youth

Organization: The Home Depot Foundation
Eligibility: Schools and districts
Value: Up to $25,000

The Home Depot Foundation gives cash and materials to help provide young people with safe places to play and learn, leadership programs that teach skills through community engagement, and job readiness training. The Home Depot Foundation focuses its support on programs that serve at-risk youth ages 12 to 18. Grants typically range from $5,000 to $25,000. The foundation gives first priority to organizations that have been invited to apply for a grant. However, the foundation also will consider unsolicited requests that match its eligibility requirements. The foundation will consider only one proposal from the same organization in a 12-month period. Applications are reviewed four times per year and are to be submitted online.