Grants are offered twice a year.
Philosophy of Grant Funding here.
Funds will not be granted for substitute time or staff salaries.
Incomplete submissions may not be eligible for funding.
Fall grant due date: 3 p.m. on October 31.
Winter grant due date: 3 p.m. on February.
Grants may be emailed to Executive Director, Tammy Tracy - email@example.com.
Funds must be used within 1 year of the grant award. Any unused funds will be returned to the GEF.
Funds should be used for projects new to the district, or to significantly expand or enhance on-going efforts [not merely sustain them as-is].
Programs without an existing funding stream in place will be prioritized.
What We Support
Grant funds will be distributed in a balanced way across all grade levels, including Pre-K, as well as for community programs that serve Gladstone youths.
The Gladstone Education Foundation prefers to fund projects that:
Stimulate higher-level thinking
Are innovative, motivational, and engaging for students
Have clear objectives, an evaluation plan, and a high probability of success
Are replicable by other teachers or community members
Serve a substantial number of youths in an impactful way
Use a research-based approach
Include matching funds, in-kind contributions, &/or volunteer involvement by parents or community members
Build collaboration between project partners.
Application will be available soon.
Grant proposals may include [but are not limited to]:
• Innovative classroom projects
• Classroom technology
• Supports to families
• Afterschool clubs & activities
• Staff professional development
• Extra academic support
• Health & well-being
• The Arts
You are welcome to use your own paper if you include the first page cover sheet and follow the format.
If you have questions about your grant application, or to submit your completed application, contact:
Executive Director, Tammy Tracy firstname.lastname@example.org