School #Grant: Harris Teeter Inc.’s Together in Education (TIE) Program is a fundraising program for local public and private prekindergarten through grade 12 schools. Schools use the money as they see fit for a variety of needs, including anything from basic supplies to band equipment or computers. Note: Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia only. Apply by May 31st.
Toys for Tots You can make a difference.Partnering with US Marine Corp. Donate your unwrapped toys at the Seaford Library. Toys will be given to families in need. 600 N Market ST EXT. Seaford, Delaware 19973
Mantis Tiller Award helps educational and charitable garden projects increase access to fresh food. #K12 http://www.getedfunding.com/c/product.web?nocache@26+s@g_0KHDPoL4jXU+record@4051 Sponsored by the National Gardening Association. Apply by March 6th.
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Launched in 2014 by Chef Ann Foundation and superfoods company Healthy Skoop, the Project Produce program helps schools increase children’s access to fresh fruits and vegetables and provides nutrition education through engaging lunchroom learning activitieshttp://www.getedfunding.com/c/product.web?nocache@2+s@OQMza59QbtkRU+record@5084 Grants of 2,500 #NSLP #NationalSchoolLunchProgram
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