The American Honda Foundation is awarding grants of up to $75,000 each to groups that support education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, in addition to the environment. Who may apply: organizations classified as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, public school districts, private/public elementary and secondary schools listed by the U.S. Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics. To be considered, organizations must have two years of audited financial statements examined by an independent certified public accountant for the purpose of expressing an opinion if gross revenue is $500,000 or more. If gross revenue is less than $500,000, and the organization does not have audits, it may submit two years of financial statements accompanied by an independent CPA’s review report instead.
Web site: http://corporate.honda.com/america/philanthropy.aspx?id=ahf
The Best Buy Foundation will award grants to national nonprofit organizations that provide teenagers with places and opportunities to develop technology skills that will inspire future education and career choices. Examples of program activities include: computer programming, digital imaging (photography, graphic design, or videography), music production, robotics, and gaming. Grants will generally range from $100,000 to $200,000 each. Who may apply: organizations classified as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and public agencies. Applicants must provide direct services to build technology skills in teenagers ages 13 to 18. Groups must be within 25 miles of a Best Buy store, Best Buy Mobile location, Best Buy Distribution Center, Best Buy Service Center, or Best Buy corporate campus. Additional guidelines are available on the company's website.
Web site: http://corporate.bestbuy.com/best-buy-foundation-national-partnership-request-for-proposals/
Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont
Letters of inquiry regarding grants from the Viola W. Bernard Foundation for innovative programs that address the interplay between social conditions and the psychological health of children and families. Grants of up to $15,000 each will be awarded to programs that assist disadvantaged families in accessing mental-health services; make improvements to adoptive and foster-care services; provide for effective, evidence-based psychosocial services and policies; and/or promote coordination, equity, and justice in systems serving disadvantaged children and their families. Grants are generally limited to projects or programs for children and young people with a mental-health component. Priority will be given to projects and programs in the New York metropolitan area. Programs in Vermont, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania may also be of special interest. To be eligible, applicants must be certified as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Web site: http://violabernardfoundation.org/grant-process-deadlines/grant-guidelines-letter-of-inquiry/