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Please contact to complete any of the following grants:

The Snapdragon Books Foundation grant will provide $2500 - $10,000 for the following library items

  • Books that will be used repeatedly by school-aged children through classroom or school library
  • Processing or cataloguing fees from book vendors 
  • Reference materials for use by students
  • Magazine or newspaper subscriptions

Please contact by 1/31/2021 to submit your application!!

AWARD: Schools are provided with everything they need to get their 6th-8th grade students riding, including bikes, helmets, curriculum, and intensive teacher training.
FOCUS: Please contact to apply. Opportunity closes 3/11/2021. WHAT SCHOOLS NEED TO CONSIDER:

  • Core Team: This normally includes a Program Implementer, typically the PE teacher, who will lead the program; an Administrator, support and approvals; and a Community Support Team.
  • 6-3-20: Ideally, schools should be prepared to run the school program a minimum of 6 weeks, 3 days a week, with at least 20 minutes of riding each of those days—weather permitting. However, we understand that each school has a unique schedule, time limitations, and class sizing.
  • Cycling Sustainability Plan: This includes a succession plan for the core team, with a focus on developing backups and cross training of the faculty and staff. Grant recipients must commit to running the program for a minimum of two years.
  • Safe Riding Opportunities: A place for the Riding for Focus curriculum lesson implementation and skills learning: this might be a track, parking lot, or tennis court. At least 1-3 safe riding options near the school should be identified (nearby paths or trails, athletic fields, etc.).
  • Equipment Storage Plan: Schools should demonstrate an ability to safely store program equipment, including bikes and helmets.

AWARD: $4,000
FOCUS: Please contact to apply.

  • Running program designed to get kids moving & prime brains for learning. 
  • EZScan to provide the best-in-class lap tracking technology. 
  • Bluetooth, H2O-proof, & rechargeable speakers
  • Open to ALL students, regardless of age or ability
  • Running/walking to music with peers
  • Incentives for laps earned & daily participation.


Amount: No dollar Amount. This is for Stringed Instruments (including guitars and ukuleles). 
Matching funds required for shipping/handling instruments. CFKF statement: "If your school believes in the role of fine instruments in your program, and can show evidence of need and commitment to raising matching funds, you are a strong candidate for the Classics for Kids matching grant program."
Focus: To support the incorporation of string instruments into music education programs. All instruments in the string family are supported (including guitars and ukuleles).
Deadline: Please contact for more information. 


Focus: Projects and programs that incorporate innovative teaching strategies in math and science and meet performance standards as dictated by the Arizona Academic Standards.
Amount: $2,500 per educator or $5,000 per school
Due: February 2021 (meaning: lots of time to conceptualize and painlessly apply!)
Contact: ASAP to apply


Focus: Supports the enrichment and enhancement of classroom instruction in the disciplines of history, geography, civics, government, and economics and meets performance standards as dictated by the Arizona Academic Standards.
Amount: $2,500 is available per educator
Due: February 2021 (meaning: lots of time to conceptualize and painlessly apply!)
Contact: ASAP to apply


The program provides funding directly to teachers for classroom resources, empowering them to guide the next generation of innovators and leaders. For every Cardinals touchdown this season, two teachers will receive a $500 classroom grant from SRP.

MicroGrant Program for Educators & Teachers
Sponsor: Educators of America
Award: Equipment (varies by request)
Application Deadline: Ongoing (quarterly: January, April, July, October)

Brinker International Grants 
Deadline: Ongoing

SparkFun Community Partner Program
Sponsor: SparkFun
Award: STEM/STEAM-related prize packages, event and team sponsorships and other types of support
Number of Awards: Varies
Application Deadline: Ongoing: third Thursday of each month; awards announced on the last business day of each month

Brinker International Grants
Deadline: Ongoing

Sony Grants for Education
Deadline: Ongoing (grants awarded on a rolling basis)

TAF Project-Based Learning Grants for Grades 6–12
Sponsor: Toshiba America Foundation
Award: Two categories: Up to $5,000 and more than $5,000
Number of Awards: Not specified
Application Deadline: Up to $5,000 awarded on a rolling basis

Sony USA Foundation

  • Amount: Unspecified
  • Deadline: Rolling

Summary: Within the U.S., Sony focuses the majority of its charitable giving on art, culture, technology and the environment, with a particular emphasis on education in each of those areas. While support in other areas may also be considered, the Company seeks to apply its financial, technological and human resources to the encouragement of the creative, artistic, technical and scientific skills required of tomorrow's workforce. If you feel you have a project that aligns with these requirements, please contact to discuss in greater detail. Applications are written proposals that are mailed to Sony USA in New York, NY.

Michael and Susan Dell Foundation

Amount: The Michael & Susan Dell Foundation has approved grants ranging from $500 to several million dollars. As a guideline, the foundation generally will not fund more than 25 percent of a project’s budget or more than 10 percent of an organization’s total annual operating expenses.

  • Deadline: Rolling

Summary: The foundation seeks to accelerate opportunities for children living in urban poverty. Each year, the foundation supports over 500,000 classrooms globally with high-quality tools, technology, and resources to deliver effective instruction. If you believe you have a problem statement, backed with data, that can be supported by the Foundation, please contact to discuss in greater detail.

Brinker International Grants

  • Amount: Unspecified
  • Deadline: Rolling

Summary: Brinker International awards funds to nonprofit organizations serving communities where its restaurants, Chili's and Maggiano's Little Italy, are located. Main areas of giving include arts,  education, and diversity. Prior to submitting this grant, we will need to obtain permission from the Pendergast Foundation to apply. Please contact for more information.

SparkFun Makers Grant

  • Amount: unspecified
  • Deadline: Rolling

Summary: We will award selected applicants on a quarterly basis with a sponsorship package that meets the needs of their club or organization. In exchange for support through the donation of SparkFun hardware, community partners provide content for SparkFun’s channels to share their stories with the maker community at large. Please contact for more details and to apply.

Stronger Than Hate Challenge

  • Amount: $10,000

Summary: This is an opportunity for students and teachers to register for the challenge in an effort to recognize hate in the school and eradicate it. I am here to help you conceptualize and write compelling narrative to this challenge; however, it will be up to the students and teachers to enroll and engage with the opportunity.


  • Amount: $1000
  • Due: Ongoing

Summary: This is an ideal opportunity for K-5 PESD teachers who have an innovative science or math project in their classroom that are seeking support for hands-on science or math education project funding. Funds are intended for project-related materials only. The foundation strongly encourages projects planned and led by individual teachers or teams of teachers for use in their classrooms. NOTE: Summer projects or afterschool programs will not be considered. Salaries, facility maintenance, textbooks, video production, audio-visual equipment, and education research are not eligible for funding.