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Following funding opportunities and resources are available to students and/or schools. These resources are not affiliated with the DPS Foundation. Please contact the organizations directly for more information!
The CenturyLink Teachers & Technology grant program
The CenturyLink Teachers & Technology grant program encourages Colorado K-12 teachers to improve student achievement through the integration of technology into their classrooms. With the 2012-13 CenturyLink Teachers & Technology program, teachers across Colorado have the opportunity to share more than $145,000 in grants for their technology-related programs. Applications are due April 19th, 2013. Learn more.
Westerra Credit Union Grants
Westerra Credit Union is dedicated to promoting education and school-related activities by providing resources to assist teachers and schools in helping students achieve academic and personal success. This program strives to enhance students’ learning experiences through funding for field trips, art supplies, sports fees and equipment, after school programs, workbooks or programs your school determines most beneficial. Learn More.
Kids In Need Foundation Teacher Grants
Kids In Need Teacher Grants provide K-12 educators with funding to provide innovative learning opportunities for their students. The Kids In Need Foundation helps to engage students in the learning process by supporting our most creative and important educational resource — our nation's teachers.
The 2012-13 Teacher Grant applications are now available! Apply here!
Great-West Great-Teachers (SM)
Great-West Life is proud to have created the Great-West Great-Teachers (SM) personal financial literacy grant initiative in partnership with the Colorado Jump$tart Coalition. Our program is designed to assist teachers with meeting Colorado’s new Personal Financial Literacy standards, which are being implemented in K-12 classrooms. The funding cycle for the 2013-14 school year will be announced this spring - please stay tuned!
Jared Polis Foundation Technology Mini Grants
Grants for up to $1,500 may be requested for hardware, such as digital or video cameras, interactive whiteboards, and interactive response systems, or to purchase software, technology curriculum, or pay technology conference registration fees. Learn more.
RAFT - Resource Area For Teaching
RAFT is an amazing place for teachers to find inspirational resources to engage their students through hands-on, interactive learning. RAFT turns dimes into dollars with tons of useful items available at 80-90% off retail prices every day.
RAFT also provides innovative teaching ideas, kits and workshops supporting Colorado's new education standards in science, math, art, and literacy. Learn more and visit RAFT today!
Women's Bean Project
The Women's Bean Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping women break the cycle of poverty and unemployment by providing training and transitional jobs in gourmet food manufacturing, now offers a fundraiser where school communities sell the organization's products to earn money for their schools. For more information, visit their website.