Below you will find a list of mini-grants that provide teachers with the opportunity to fund classroom projects. Visit the links below to learn more about the requirements and application procedures/deadlines for each mini-grant:

digitalwish.jpg A non-profit organization that provides teachers the opportunity to receive funding for classroom projects that use technology

  • After completing the registration process, your technology wish-list will be publicly posted so that prospective donors can make contributions to your project (*Refer to TEACHERS section at the top of the page for additional resources and information).

donorschoose.jpg An online charity that enables public school teachers to post requests for classroom projects that donors can contribute to for as little as a dollar; once a project reaches its funding goal, the materials are delivered directly to the school!

Click here to register with DonorsChoose.

toshiba.jpgGrants sponsored by the Toshiba America Foundation for elementary (K-5) and secondary teachers (6-12) seeking to bring math and
science projects to life; grant applications due on October 1st of each year

For Grades K-5 application information, click here.
For Grades 6-12 application information, click here.

grantwrangler.gifGrant Wrangler is a free grant-listing service where you can search for grants/funding for educational and community-based projects in the areas of the arts, history, mathematics, science, technology, literacy, and more.