Educational grants available for your school or community:
New Earth Foundation (NEF) was established to serve important humanitarian and planetary needs. NEF is focused on providing support to numerous nonprofit organizations involved in innovative projects in many fields, including environmental initiatives, social sustainability, education, and economic improvement.
Eligibility: 501 (c)(3) organizations.
Prize: Awards range from $15,000 to $500,000.
Deadline: Letters of Inquiry are due February 1 and July 1 annually.
Resist funds one-year General Support Grants to small organizations to support initiatives that promote social change, particularly on issues related to social, economic, and environmental justice. Accessibility Grants are also broadly available to help people with disabilities participate in an activity or event. Multiyear Grants are limited to current grantees who have been funded at least twice in the previous five years. Rapid Response Grants are provided to groups, including first-time applicants, for unexpected events of a political nature that require an immediate response.
Eligibility: Eligible organizations must have qualified nonprofit status, be a federally recognized American Indian tribal government or agency, or be sponsored by a qualified group; have an annual operating budget of less than $150,000; and be based in the United States.
Prize: $1,000 for Rapid Response Grants and up to $4,000 for General Support, Accessibility, and Multiyear Grants.
Deadline: 2018 grant applications are due September 8.