Grants with Rolling Deadlines

California State Funded Opportunities and Grants

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Funding from the California Natural Resource Agency

Sign up for the CNRA Bonds and Grants ListServ at: https://listserv.state.ca.gov/wa.exe?SUBED1=CNRA_Bonds_Grants&A=1

Museum Grant Program

Sign up for the Museum Grant Program grant listserv at: https://listserv.state.ca.gov/wa.exe?SUBED1=CNRA_CCHE&A=1

Funding from the California Department of Education

Requests for applications, proposals, and other available funding distributed by the California Department of Education can be found online at http://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/fo/af/.
Use the Search CDE Funding for different search options.
You can receive email announcements by joining the electronic mailing funding list by sending a blank e-mail to join-funding@mlist.cde.ca.gov; you will be notified by e-mail when funding opportunities become available.

Grants with Rolling Deadlines

Pets in the Classroom

http://www.petsintheclassroom.org/grant-app/
Applications accepted from August 1 through June 1st each year.
Applicant must be a pre-K through 8th grade public or private school teacher.
The Pet Care Trust, in partnership with our industry retailers and pet product suppliers, offers three different types of Pets in the Classroom grants:
1. Store Grants (choose one of 6 participating retailers)
2. Rebate grants ($75 for small animal; $125 for fish/reptile/amphibian)
3. Sustaining ($50 yearly for maintenance of current pet)

The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation Orchard Program

http://www.ftpf.org/apply.htm
Applications accepted any time
FTPF programs strategically donate orchards where the harvest will best serve communities for generations, at places such as community gardens, public schools, city/state parks, low-income neighborhoods, Native American reservations, international hunger relief sites, and animal sanctuaries. Our orchard donations are available for recipients who pledge to care for their trees and utilize them for a charitable purpose. If selected for an orchard donation, FTPF provides high-quality fruit trees and shrubs, equipment, on-site orchard design expertise and oversight, horticultural workshops, and aftercare training and manuals. We subsidize deer fencing and drip irrigation as needed, and incorporate these installations into the event day. FTPF also helps coordinate all aspects of the planting, and offers an inspirational, educational experience for volunteers interested in learning more about trees. Free arboricultural workshops are available throughout the day of the planting and, for schools, a fun, age-appropriate curriculum, with our educators, emphasizing the importance of trees for the environment and fruit in the diet is available.

The Pollination Project: Seeding Projects That Change the World

https://thepollinationproject.org/
Applications accepted any time
The Pollination Project seeks to unleash the goodness in every person. Through a daily practice of generosity and giving, we make seed grants- 365 days a year- to social change agents who seek to spread compassion in their communities and in the world for the benefit of all. The Purpose of a Pollination Project Seed Grant is to support passionate, committed people with an early-stage social change vision. We fund individuals and community groups, and you do not need 501(c)3 status to apply.

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