Stronger Schools Grant offers up to $5,000 for Public Schools in NCW

IMG_9137Application Deadline March 15

Do you have a great idea to make your school a better learning environment for your students?

Is your school in need of funding for an innovative program that improves academics or makes learning fun?

The Community Foundation of NCW is now accepting applications for its Stronger Schools Grant program!

Stronger Schools provides up to $5,000 to public schools in Chelan, Douglas and Okanogan* counties.

The foundation seeks to fund creative, innovative programs that inspire students, enhance academics, improve the school’s environment, and make learning fun and accessible.

Only one application may be submitted per school and must be approved by the school principal to submit. Multiple programs or projects can be included in one application, including requests from PTAs and Education Foundations.

View the Stronger Schools guidelines to see if you program is eligible and apply.

*Schools in the Methow Valley School District are excluded from the Stronger Schools grant as they are supported by the Methow Valley Fund.

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