Woodland School District 50 Welcome to the Woodland Grant Opportunity Website
Woodland School District 50
Welcome to the Woodland Grant Opportunity Website
Please contact the Business Office for any questions you may have concerning grant opportunities.
The district welcomes business/educational partnership opportunities to fund student educational initiatives.
Current Grant Opportunities
Eligible Applicants: "All teachers who work directly with students for 75% or more of their time"
Details/Notes: "Teachers promote projects on the site and donors scan the site for projects they are interested in funding. When funded, all materials belong to the classroom and the teacher is required to submit a thank you to the donors."
Deadline: "none - No application projects are posted on the site"
Eligible Applicants: "Any school or parent group associated with a school"
Details/Notes: "Do you know a school* in need? Be a part of this season of giving by nominating a school for a $500 grant. The Meemic Foundation has partnered with Office Depot to offer you the opportunity to apply for a grant that will be presented to the nominated school's leader to use at their discretion to support their school needs."
Deadline: "December 31, 2018"
Available: "Look for the 2019 application online after the 1st of the year."
Eligible Applicants: "Teachers"
Details/Notes: "The Illinois Retired Teachers Association Foundation offers a series of programs This special grant will provide additional funds to public school educators (Pre-K through 12) so that their students will have the means to participate in special projects."
Available: "Consider applying during the spring 2019 cycle. The dates have not yet been determined. Watch the website for details."
Eligible Applicants: "Schools and Parent Groups"
Details/Notes: "2018-2019 Grant Application Update For more than 65 years, Lowe's has supported the communities we call home. At a time when schools are struggling to support the basic needs of their students, the Lowe's Charitable and Educational Foundation recognizes the importance of financial support. This year LCEF is seeking ways to provide the tools to help educators and parent groups through educational challenges by providing the greatest impact. Projects should fall into one of the following catego"
Guidelines/Tips: "Pre-Application Checklist https://toolboxforeducation.com/ui/images/TBFE_Pre_app_chklist_updates.pdf"
Available: "Check back Aug. 1, 2019 at noon CDT to apply."
Eligible Applicants: "Education professionals who are at least 18 years old and employed by an accredited K-12 public, private or charter school in the United States that maintains a 501(c)(3) or 509(a)(1) tax-exempt status are eligible to apply. Educators, teachers, principals, paraprofessionals or classified staff of these institutions must be willing to plan and execute a field trip that will provide a demonstrable learning experience for students"
Details/Notes: "Some of the best learning opportunities happen outside the classroom. We're bringing students once-in-a-lifetime learning experiences through field trips they'll never forget."
Available: "Our School Breakfast grants are currently closed. Check back in early 2019 for our spring cycle grants. Sign up for our emails to get regular updates about available grant opportunities."
Eligible Applicants: "Any K-12 Public School Educator"
Details/Notes: "Despite wanting to do what’s best for students’ health and academic success, many schools lack the necessary resources to implement health and wellness practices that help students eat better, stay physically active and be better prepared to learn. But thanks to our partners, Action for Healthy Kids has provided $7.7 million in grants to schools since 2009 to help them accomplish their student wellness goals. See below for details, and sign up"
Guidelines/Tips: "Tools for Schools"
Eligible Applicants: "Any full time educator who hasn't received a grant from AAE in the last 18 months. AAE Membership carries weight but is not required."
Details/Notes: "Grants available up to $500 for any variety of classroom/project materials"
Deadline: "Fall Deadline (10/1) Spring Deadline (3/1)"
Eligible Applicants: "Any teacher"
Details/Notes: "Teachers register their classroom and when a classroom receives a donation, 100 percent of the funds are immediately made available to the teacher through an online credit. Teachers can use those funds to shop online for classroom supplies from a network of more than 40 vendors on AdoptAClassroom.org; the supplies they choose are delivered directly to the teacher’s school. Donors receive personal feedback from the teacher about the impact of their donation, including an impact report that detail"
Guidelines/Tips: "None Available"