Science4Us Funding Sources
Science4Us understands that purchasing new curriculum may not always fit into the current budget. That’s why we want to share some popular funding sources that have been used by teachers and schools nationwide. Science4Us aligns with a variety of local, state and federal funding and grant objectives that support district and school initiatives for improving elementary education and providing students with a solid foundation in STEM.
Districts and schools, we would like to help you get funding to provide your early elementary students with Science4Us. Contact us at [email protected] to learn more about personalized funding sources for your area and for additional resources to use when applying.
DonorsChoose.org is an online charity that makes it easy for anyone to help students in need. Public school teachers post classroom project requests which range from pencils for poetry to microscopes for mitochondria. DonorsChoose.org engages the public in public schools by giving people a simple, accountable and personal way to address educational inequity. They envision a nation where children in every community have the tools and experiences needed for an excellent education.
GetEdFunding is a free and fresh grant finding resource dedicated to helping educators and institutions identify the funding they need in budget-tight times. GetEdFunding hosts a collection of more than 2,000 grants and opportunities culled from federal, state, regional and community sources and is available to both public and private PreK–12 schools, districts and educators, higher education institutions, and nonprofit organizations.
Corporate Grant Opportunities
Walmart believes in operating globally and giving back locally – creating impact in the neighborhoods where they live and work. Through the Community Grant Program, associates are proud to support the needs of their communities by providing grants to local organizations. Apply online
Grants awarded from $250 to $2,500.
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF), founded in 1930 as an independent, private foundation by breakfast cereal pioneer Will Keith Kellogg, is among the largest philanthropic foundations in the United States. They believe every child deserves a fair chance at success in school and life. Focusing on a child’s education and development from birth to age 8 is the most effective way to help children reach their full potential now and in the future. Apply online
No submission deadlines. Award amounts vary.
Within the U.S., Sony focuses the majority of its charitable giving on arts, culture, technology and the environment, with a particular emphasis on education in each of those areas. While support in other areas may also be considered, the Company seeks to apply its financial, technological and human resources to the encouragement of the creative, artistic, technical and scientific skills required of tomorrow’s workforce. Apply today