Baseball Tomorrow Foundation This foundation supports programs in softball and baseball through generating matching funds for programs addressing youth between the ages of 10 and 16 years.
We Can Change The World Challenge The Siemens Foundation, Discovery Education, and the National Science Teachers Association invite you to join the only challenge of its kind that empowers students to create solutions to environmental problems in their own backyards, and to share their results with students nationwide. They’ll learn. They’ll take action. And their ideas may well end up changing the world. Students will compete for over $100,000 in grants and prizes. Grade levels K-8.
Starbucks Foundation Shared planet youth action grants.
The Allstate Foundation This foundation supports national and local programs that fit within three focus areas. Proposals for program support must address needs within one of the three focus areas to be considered for funding:
- Safe and vital communities. Programs should address:
- Catastrophe response
- Youth anti-violence
- Neighborhood revitalization
- Teen safe driving
- Tolerance, inclusion and diversity. Programs should address:
- Teaching tolerance to youth
- Ending hate crimes
- Alleviating discrimination
Earl Woods Scholarship Program – (Tiger Woods Foundation) Specific programs of the Foundation include the Tiger Woods Learning Center, a one-of-a-kind, 35,000-square-foot education facility custom-built for the underserved youth of Southern California. Everything at the Learning Center is about active participation and hands-on learning. Scholars in grades 5-12 experience college-access programs focused on science, engineering, technology and math. Interactive classes — in subjects ranging from rocketry, aerospace engineering and marine biology to graphic design and communications — allow our students to explore a future in almost any career and recognize the importance of attending college.
United States Soccer Foundation This foundation awards cash grants to projects and programs that develop players, coaches, and referees in economically disadvantaged urban areas encompassing populations of 50,000 or more.
Wells Fargo One of America’s largest financial contributors to nonprofits. They’ve given almost $200 million in grants the last two years – an average of $266,000 every day – to 14,000 nonprofits and schools. They provide grants to nonprofits that support education, community development, human services, arts and culture and the environment.