California Regional Environmental Education Community
Grants for K-12 Schools: Rolling or No Deadlines
The Cedar Tree Foundation makes grants for environmental education, environmental health, and sustainable agriculture. Particular consideration is given to proposals demonstrating strong elements of environmental justice and/or conservation. The foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals; however, it does welcome letters of inquiry and responds to those it might like to pursue further.
The Coca-Cola Company and its philanthropic arm, The Coca-Cola Foundation, aim to make a greater impact on the communities we serve around the world by being responsive to the citizenship priorities of the communities in which we live and work. At The Coca-Cola Company, we recognize that we cannot have a healthy and growing business unless the communities we serve are healthy and sustainable. We are committed to improving the quality of life in the communities where we do business and have realigned our community investment priorities to be reflective of and responsive to the global and local nature of our business. Our renewed strategy focuses on global pillars where we can make a unique and sustainable difference: water stewardship, healthy active lifestyles, community recycling, and education.
Eligibility: Institutions that are tax-exempt under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and which are public charities as defined in Section 509(a) of the Code.
Corning Incorporated Foundation has a longstanding commitment to improving the quality of life in communities where the company has a corporate presence. We achieve this goal by focusing our
grantmaking on issues and needs of local importance that can make a
lasting difference for the greatest number of people. The Foundation
makes grants in five areas of involvement: education, cultural programs, community, health and human services, and disaster relief.
This non-profit organization connects teachers with people who want to support classroom learning.
This program of The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation brings fruit tree
orchards to schoolyards, so students can make a positive environmental
impact at their school, while creating a source of tasty snacks for
decades to come.
The Center is now awarding FREE Spanish PEAK and Teen Packs to qualified applicants. To apply, please submit to Education Programs Coordinator, Jason Grubb, the following: Letter of interest, Please explain why you would like to be considered, Outline the user groups you currently work with, Provide the estimated number of individuals reached and Letter of recommendation.
This is a rolling submissions deadline. The grant is considered open and available until all resources have been exhausted.
The primary focus of the Community Partnering Program (CPP) is sponsorship of water conservation and water-use efficiency programs and activities. Applications must be submitted 30 days prior to the start date of the event or program.
Metropolitan created the Community Partnering Program in 1999. It provides sponsorships for community-based organizations including nonprofit groups, professional associations, educational institutions and public agencies.
Requests for a maximum $2,000 award will be reviewed year-round and funds are awarded throughout the year. Funds are limited, however, and may be depleted prior to the ending of this fiscal year (June 30).
Applications should promote discussion and educational activities for regional water conservation and water-use efficiency issues. Metropolitan provides support for community water awareness programs, water-related education outreach programs, and public policy water conferences.
The 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.
The Toshiba America Foundation encourages programs,
projects and activities that have the potential to improve classroom
teaching and learning of science, mathematics and the science and
mathematics of technology.
The Schoolyard Habitat Program helps teachers and students create a naturalized wildlife
habitat for classroom field studies and observations. The Program provides technical and
organizational assistance to schools to create outdoor classrooms that are effective as educational tools and sustainable habitats. Schools or organizations serving kindergarten through 12th grade students are eligible for funding and may receive up to $8,000 for their projects. They must be working cooperatively with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to be eligible for funding consideration
Wells Fargo makes contributions to organizations with tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, as well as to qualified tribal and governmental agencies, including public school systems.
We support organizations that:
- Promote academic achievement for low- and moderate-income students with a priority emphasis on K-12
- Provide training for teachers and administrators working with low- and moderate-income students
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