Grant Opportunities

Specific Dates
Type of Award
Wells Fargo Mini-Grants
Multiple Grants available Arizona teachers grade K-12


Arizona Game and Fish Heritage Due October  Outdoor Education, Schoolyard Habitat, and Environmental Education Up to $10,000 per teacher
APS/Phoenix Suns Mini-Grants August-October  Promote excitement and motivation in learning STEM Up to $2,500 per teacher
Michael and Susan Dell Ongoing Afterschool programs to close the achievement gap Ranges from $500 to several million dollars
Brinker International Foundation Ongoing Schools and Libraries Based on project or request
Applied Materials Grant January 15 and June 15 Benefit K-12 Students focused on reading, writing, math, science, or technology Less than $2,500
More than $2,500
Office Depot Foundation Application opens in May Collaboration between two or more organizations will be considered first $50 to $3,000 (mostly around $1,000)
GTECH After School Advantage Ongoing After school program in need of a computer lab Up to $15,000
Computers for Learning Ongoing Schools can receive free computers Not specified
Lowe's Community Partners Grant June 30 - Aug. 29 Public Schools receive help for building and technology upgrades $5,000 to $100,000
Joseph Bruno Foundation Deadlines: September 15 and March 15 Preparing children for success in school Dependent on the project
Target Early Childhood Reading April 30 Early childhood reading and family violence prevention. $2,000
W.K. Kellogg Foundation Ongoing Improve the quality of both teaching and learning through leadership and PD. Dependent on the project
State Farm Education Excellence September 2 through October 31 Job Training Dependent on the project
    Cruise Industry Charitable Foundation Ongoing Improve literacy, science proficiency, math proficiency, teach basic life skills, and promote good citizenship. Dependent on the project
    ING Unsung Heroes April 30 For teachers to further projects within their school. $2,000 to $25,000
    IRA Regie Routman Teacher Recognition Grant Ongoing Improve reading and writing across the curriculum in real world contexts for grades K-6. $2,500
    NEA Student Achievement Grants Deadlines: June 1, October 15, and February 1 Improve academic achievement of students in any subject area. $2,000 or $5,000
    American Honda Foundation Opens: February 1, May 1, August 1, and November 1 STEM education $20,000 to $75,000
    Mazda Foundation May 1 through July 1 Education and literacy, Environmental conservation, Scientific research, Cross-cultural understanding, and Social welfare Dependent on the project
    Dollar General Youth Literacy Grants Deadline: May 22 Implementation or expansion of literacy programs for students who are below grade level or experiencing difficulty reading. Maximum: $4,000
    Westside Impact (information will be updated when available)