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This funding opportunities database provides the expanded learning time field and all those who work with young people with the latest public and private funding information, including ongoing funding sources, as well as time sensitive RFPs.
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|Title||Summary||Maximum Award||Application Deadline|
|Grassroots Organizing for Social Change Program||The Ben & Jerry's Foundation offers competitive grants to grassroots community organizations working to bring about progressive social change.||$15,000||Rolling|
|The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation Grants||The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation supports organizations that help young people, ages 9 to 24, from low-income backgrounds become independent, productive adults.||None specified||Rolling|
|Dorothea Haus Ross Foundation||Funding for projects related to direct aid and assistance to vulnerable children.||$15,000||Rolling|
|LEF Books Teachers Helping Teachers Award||Nominate an educator to receive $100 worth of books for their school. A new award winner is chosen each week.||$100 worth of books||Weekly|
|Let's Play Completion Grants||This grant is for Do-It-Yourself communities and is to be used toward the improvement of an existing playground built using the KaBOOM! community build model, but without any KaBoom! funding.||$500||Rolling|
|Farrell Family Foundation Grants||The Farrell Family Foundation offers grants in three areas of focus: Education, with an emphasis on technology; health and human welfare; and the arts.||none specified||open|
|Charles Lafitte Foundation||The foundation's charitable giving areas include: education, children's advocacy, medical research and initiatives, and the arts.||None specified||Rolling|
|American Savings Foundation Grants||The American Savings Foundation supports programs and organizations that focus on education, human services, and arts & culture in the 64 towns it serves.||None specified||After-school programs 4/30/2013; all other programs rolling|
|The Citigroup Foundation||These grants support programs that prepare students for college and post-secondary employment.||None specified||Rolling|
|Sight for Students||Free vision exams and glasses to low-income, uninsured children.||Free eye-exam and glasses||Rolling|