Annie’s Homegrown, Inc. offers grants to schools and educational programs to build an edible school garden (for example, growing fruits, vegetables, herbs, grains) in the United States. Two types of grants are available: Getting Startedgrants for a new garden program and Digging Deepergrants for already existing programs.
Access DonorsChoose.organd your community to get a Juno, the all-in-one classroom audio and lesson capture system, for your classroom. Frontrow is even covering the first 20 percent. Juno will amplify your voice, and your students’ voices too, through durable, wearable microphones. Juno also plays audio from any source via Bluetooth or cable connection. Juno’s accompanying one-touch activated lesson-capture technology allows you to record screen content and your voice before, during, or after class. MP4s are produced in seconds and instantly uploaded to your teacher page on your school site, a Google Drive, or the location of your choice for classroom flipping, or simply to allow students and parents to review missed content. Visit www.gofrontrow.com/DonorsChoose for details.
The National Geographic Society offers Early Career Grants to help less experienced individuals lead a project. Funding supports the areas of education, technology, research, storytelling, and conservation.
The Salad Bars to Schoolsprogram donates salad bars to schools to increase access to fruit and vegetables for school children. The Chef Ann Foundation awards grants based on a formula that assesses readiness to implement and launch a salad bar lunch program and application date.
The Saxena Family Foundation awards grants and supports programs that have a particular focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and around empowering girls and young women so that they have equal rights later in life through literacy programs, jobs, and life-skills training.