Applications are now open for PHENND’s Philadelphia public schools Community Partnerships VISTA project. Applications are due February 3rd.
Supplies and Funds for Classroom projects and educational activities for students
The Delaware Valley Fairness Project is partnering with your school to support the education of your students. Through our Education Assistance Program, teachers and other staff members at the school may obtain supplies and funding for projects and activities both inside and outside the classroom.
- Have a project or activity you believe would have a positive impact on the education of your students?
- don’t want to go back to your friends and family to ask them to contribute to another of your projects?
- prefer not to wait a month or two or three to get the funds and supplies you need?
The Delaware valley Fairness Project’s education assistance program provides up to $500 for projects. at times we provide more than $500 depending on the nature of the project and the availability of funds. supplies or funds for approved projects usually are provided within two weeks of receipt of an online application.
for more information and to apply, visit dvfairness.org and click on the ‘Programs’ tab at the top of the home page.
Grantwriting and Fundraising 101 Teacher Professional Development
Participants will learn about grantwriting and fundraising fundamentals. This includes prioritizing school needs, basic terminology, how to read a grant opportunity, proposal details and more.
This course is for SDP teachers only. Target audiences: Early Childhood Teachers, Elementary School Teachers, Middle School Teachers, High School Teachers,Counselors, and Para-professionals
Date/Time/Location: October 27, 1pm-3:30pm, Education Center, 3rd floor, Portal D, Room 3098
Philadelphia Public School Giving Circle Now Accepting Micro-Grant Applications
The group will fund micro-grants from $250 up to $500 to support educational projects in Philadelphia public elementary schools
The Philadelphia Public School Giving Circle (PPSGC) micro-grant program is now accepting applications for educational projects benefiting the students of traditional Philadelphia neighborhood public elementary schools located in disadvantaged neighborhoods. These grants are designed to allow teachers, principals, parents, students, and community members working in schools, access to small grants to support Philadelphia students and address needs not met by the School District or other funders. Examples include: enrichment supplies, costs for trips, or other costs associated with class projects.
The deadline for applications is midnight, November 7, 2017. The application can be found online.
Join PhilaSoup for a Grant Writing Support Happy Hour – Wednesday, September 27th, 6-8pm
PhilaSoup is a non-profit organization that provides micro-grants to fund educational or classroom projects in need of funding.
Join PhilaSoup on Wednesday, September 27th from 6-8pm at New Deck Tavern for a drink and snacks (our treat!) and for an opportunity to sit down with our team members to learn more about the process of funding school projects through PhilaSoup. Come hear tips on submitting a proposal for a PhilaSoup grant, ask questions, meet other educators and share ideas, and learn about additional resources for funding for educational projects. If you bring your laptop or tablet, you could leave having submitted a completed application. Getting funding through PhilaSoup is easy!
This event is FREE but please RSVP so we know you’re coming!
Check out Community Giving Day at Whole Foods in Philadelphia (both locations). Shop on 9/20 and 5% of all purchases will support the Farm to PreK program at The District. For more information please check out www.thefundsdp.org