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The San Ramon Valley Education Foundation Offers Three Major Grant Initiatives to SRVUSD Schools

Thanks to the outpouring of support for the annual Run for Education as well as generous donations from local companies and individuals, the San Ramon Valley Education Foundation is once again able to offer educator and school grants to support the staff and students of the San Ramon Valley School District. This year there are three unique grant opportunities, Educator Grants, Music Grants and Science Grants totaling more than $150,000. The window to apply for grants will close on Sunday, September 17, 2017. Questions about the following three grants should be directed to grants@srvef.org.

 

Educator Grants supported by the Run for Education
Apply for up to $1,000 at www.donorschoose.org 

The Foundation is partnering with DonorsChoose.org for the application process this year.  Full time credentialed staff (or two educators sharing one full time position) may apply for SRVEF grants up to $1,000, one grant per individual. Grants in all subject areas will be considered, including field trips, special visitors, and professional development. Technologies for student use (Chrome Books, iPads, laptops) are excluded in this grant cycle as those are being funded through SRVEF’s technology initiative. To stretch the grant dollars and to fund more grants this year, upon application, grant applicants are encouraged to seek additional funding from citizen donors (parents, friends, family). DonorsChoose.org workshops will be available August 10, 2017, at the SRVEF office (3280 Crow Canyon, San Ramon). Click here https://goo.gl/forms/xULVKHHQQzvuFrph1 to sign up for this assistance from Cecilia Brear, SRVEF staff member.

 

In addition, please note the attached SRVUSD guidelines regarding Donorschoose.org grants.

 

Science Grants supported by local donors.  

Apply for up to $5000 at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf6ubZRjvU3vC4-0pyc-9mkLC1gu_5UonUIyiZYDhQScCuzxw/viewform?usp=sf_link.

 

The SRVEF Major Gifts and Endowment Committee, supported by local citizen donations, is sponsoring grants for long-term innovative science activities/programs that promote student science learning and staff professional development. The goal of all proposals should be increasing student interest, experiences and success in science. Objectives may be accomplished through activities such as participation in RAFT training, recruitment and management of secondary school faculty in the CCC Science Fair, new modules for Imagineering, teacher/student science conferences, or other long-term innovative educational ideas.  

 

Music Grant supported by local donors.
Apply for up to $5000 at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSetU21_CWnv7ur9_oMIiDFp4Ldj7TxVMEl8k_t8upoOHR9wfQ/viewform?usp=sf_link.

 

The SRVEF Major Gifts and Endowment Committee is also promoting long-term innovative music activities/programs that enhance student music learning and staff professional development. The goal of all proposals should be increased student access to as well as interest and success in learning music. The individual grants will be funded up to $5,000.

Posted by: District Admin Published:8/7/17
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