Grants

American Honda Foundation

Go Grants

Greening STEM Integration Grant for Educators

White-Reinhardt Mini Grants (Note: For state or local farm bureaus)

CTE Makeover Challenge (for high schools)

Just Energy Foundation

This one is a bit off topic, but could be relevant for some agencies out there:

We are excited to tell you about a donation program we are coordinating for Home Depot called Framing Hope. This program is designed to donate excess merchandise from The Home Depot stores to organizations involved in housing and shelter. There are 18 stores available in the Greater New York City area. The stores are located in the following cities/towns: New York, the Bronx, Brewster, Hawthorne, Mohegan Lake, Port Chester, Yonkers, Elmont, Long Island City, Brooklyn, Flushing, and Jamaica.
The items available for donation may include building materials and supplies, plumbing products, cleaning items, sinks, showers, and assorted household and seasonal goods. Specific items, including quantity, type and/or assortment cannot be guaranteed. Ladders, hazmat materials, appliances and live goods are not eligible and will NOT be included in the donations. Please note that the Framing Hope program can involve large items so ample transportation and storage are required to participate.
The criteria for participating in the Framing Hope program include the following:
Participating organization must have an established building or maintenance program that has been operating for at least 5 years.

Participating organization must have an operating budget of at least $100,000
Participating organization must not donate the product directly to individuals, but the products can be used to make repairs in the organizations facilities or the homes of individuals.

There is an annual administrative fee of only $600.00 to partner with the store. If you feel you meet these criteria and would like to partner with the store or would like more information follow these instructions.

1 – Go to: https://catalog.good360.org/giving-place/browse-goods/local-pickup
2 – Enter you zip into search box and a mile radius to find the stores closest to you.
3 – Click on the Home Depot you are interested in partnering with. They will appear on the left hand side as well as the map.
4 – Add the store to your cart and proceed to check out. (If cart does not appear you need to log into your Good360 account – click log in to see)

You may partner with up to 3 stores with Good360. Applications are reviewed on a first come first serve basis. The review process usually takes a four to six weeks.

If you have any questions or need assistance, feel free to email me.

Have a great weekend!
Alexandra

alexandra@good360.org

 

 

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