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Featured Grant Opportunities
Voya Foundation
Scope: The Voya Foundation provides support for programs working to help create financially resilient youths.
Deadline: Rolling
Funds: Varies by request, but must be a minimum of $2,500.
Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations.
Areas: Funding is available to:
  • Provide innovative and expeiential K-8 STEM learning opportunities to promote an early interest in STEM career fields and improve teachers' capabilities in STEM.
  • Provide financial education curriculum to grade 9-12 students focused on navigating major financial milestones, including student debt, credit, home ownership, financial products and services capability, and family needs.
The foundation also accepts grant proposals from organizations providing STEM training and education opportunities to current or aspiring K-12 teachers.
Email: voyafoundation@voya.com
Web: http://corporate.voya.com/corporate-responsibility/investing-communities/voya-foundation-grants 
Acellus Personal Finance Grant
Through a joint effort between Discover Card and the International Academy of Science, a special grant opportunity is available to help high schools set up a personal finance program.  Through this grant, Discover Card will cover the full cost of getting Acellus, except for the student licenses.  The International Academy of Science has again announced funding for student licenses for all districts qualifying for the Discover program.  Between the two grants, the program is fully funded.
Acellus is a highly tuned, highly refined learning program that enables teachers to match the right student with the right content at the right time.  Acellus is the only blended learning system that utilizes I2 (Intelligent Interaction), which technology enables it to cater the educational content to the individual skill set of each student through customized personal instruction.  The end result is that may students who were struggling and at risk of dropping out are able to fill in the gaps needed for success and, over a short period of time, gain back the confidence needed to succeed in school, the workforce, and life.  
Additional information can be found here:  http://www.science.edu/Acellus/Personal-Finance/
Here is the link to apply:  https://app.pathwaytofinancialsuccess.org/
For direct assistance or inquiries please contact:  Elizabeth Cherry, Acellus State Coordinator, 816-883-3838 
From Failure to Promise K-12 Educators' Grant
Dr. C. Moorer and Associates, Inc. offers grants that support educators in helping their students succeed and go from "Failure to Promise."  Grants are intended for new and innovative programs implementing concepts from Moorer's book in the areas of literacy, mathematics, science and technology.  Applications should be submitted online.
Eligibility:  Public, Private, Charter, Other (including homeschool, 501 (c) (3) organizations).
Focus:  Literacy, PreK-12, Professional Development, Technology, Technology Ed
Content Area(s):  Mathematics, Reading/English/Language Arts, Science
Grade Level(s):  K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12
Deadline:  Applications are due July 31, 2017
Contact:  Dr. C. Moorer & Associates, Inc., 145 S. Livernois Rd. #336, Rochester Hills, MI 48307, 866-996-8674
Email:  drcspeaks@fromfailuretopromise.com
TJX Foundation and the TJX Companies, Inc.
The TJX Foundation has a primary mission of contributing to programs that provide basic-need services to disadvantaged women, children, and families in communities where it does business.  Grants are provided to organizations that focus on basic needs for those in poverty, education and training for at-risk young people, and safety from domestic violence.  Eligible applicants are 501 (c) (3) nonprofits located within 15 miles of a TJX store, center, or office.  Interested applicants must first submit an eligibility questionnaire.  Eligible applicants are then directed to fill out an application form.  Both the application and the eligibility questionnaire must be submitted online.
Eligibility:  Other (including homeschool, 501 (c) (3) organizations) 
Focus:  At Risk, Career and College Readiness, Family/Socal Services, General Education, Underserved Populations
Grade Level(s):  6-8, 9-12, Adult, 3-5, K-2, PreK
Award(s):  Awards vary 
Deadline:  Letters of Inquiry are due November 17, 2017
Contact:  The TJX Foundation, The TJX Companies, Inc., 770 Cochituate Rd., Framingham, MA 01701
Email:  tjx_foundation@tjx.com
Scholastic Reading Club
Scope: The Scholastic Reading Club seeks entrants for James Patterson's $1.75 Million Giveaway to Support Classroom Libraries.
Interested entrants are asked to create short responses as to how they would use the grant funds and points for their classroom libraries.
Deadline: Weekly until July 31
Funds: $500 grants.  Winners also receive 500 bonus points form the Scholastic Reading Club.
Eligibility: Teachers of PreK-12
Areas: Funds are intended to help teachers build their classroom libraries.  A total of 3,500 teachers and classrooms will be selected to win.
Contact: See website for online contact form.
Web: www.scholastic.com/pattersonpartnership 
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Columbus Education Center (CEC)
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Ph: 614-365-5733
Fax: 614-365-6725
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NOTE: All communications and Information regarding business/school partnerships, the partnership registration process, donations and foundations should be directed to Krista Bower at Linmoor Education Center, 365-8869.
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