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The "Corporate Grants" Index opens the
door to monies which have become
available over the last ten years, as more
than 70 high-tech companies have set
aside funds for philanthropic giving. Instantly access information on the most up-to-date opportunities from corporate technology fund sources and corporate foundations, as listed in Technology Grant News. Raise the standards and quality of the programs you are able to offer or stretch your technology dollar with support from a thriving technology sector with help from cash, program, equipment, and curriculum grants.

The "Corporate Grant" Index extends the possibilities available to non-profit organizations, K-12 schools, education districts, colleges, universities, libraries and museums. It is a ready reference for librarians, school superintendants, non profit technology assistance providers, technology coordinators, instructors and grant officers.

Recent Excerpts from Technology Grant News:

Intel Awards

Schools of Distinction

$10,000 & $100,000 in Products
Deadline: February Annually

Every year, Intel honors U.S. schools that have demonstrated excellence in math and science education as Intel Schools of Distinction. One elementary, one middle and one high school in each of two
categories - math and science - receive $10,000 cash grants and more than $100,000 in products and services from sponsors.

One of the six winning schools is chosen as the Star Innovator, and receives an additional $15,000 grant from the Intel Foundation as well as additional products and services. Schools must develop an environment and curricula that meet or exceed benchmarks, including national mathematics and science content standards.Winning programs serve as models for schools across the country.Programs for either math or science should be designed to ensure high levels of achievement for all students in all program areas.

Verizon Foundation Offers Cash Grants, Technology Training, and Free Cell Phones
For Select Non Profits

Deadline: Ongoing

e-mail: training@technologyworks.org


"Verizon has partnered with Technology Works for Good to offer free scholarships
to attend technology training classes from the Confluence Corporation. Non Profits whose mission is literacy, workforce and community technology may submit
requests for permanent staff for three
staff per application and up to three applications per year. Applications are processed at the Verizon Foundation website.

In addition, Texas School and Non Profit Educational organizations may apply for Verizon Foundation's $500,000 commitment to provide $5,000 to $50,000 grants to be used to create a better-prepared workforce for projects that may involve use of technology to create reading skills for adults and children.

For an unspecified amount of time, the Verizon Wireless' HopeLine Program will make cell phones available to domestic violence and other public safety organizations. These organizations are eligible to apply for HopeLine grants of $10,000 to buy new equipment or expand services. Contact:
(845) 429-3839."


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Recent Corporate Grants:

Amgen Science Teaching Awards - Nominate a Teacher

Deadline: Ongoing


Nominate a teacher for the annual

Amgen Award for Science Teaching

Excellence, for 30 science teachers who will be awarded an unrestricted cash grant of $5,000, and their schools will receive a restricted grant of $5,000 to be used to expand or enhance the school's science program, purchase new science resources, or further the professional development of their science teachers.

BEST BUT Interactive Technology Grants

Deadline: Ongoing

The Best Buy Children's Foundation

supports existing and emerging national programs that creatively use interactive technology to make learning a fun and engaging experience for children.

Eligible organizations must be certified

501(c)(3) nonprofits. Organizations or

programs must also either be a national program, serve a national audience, have a national distribution plan in place, or have national partnerships in place.


Deadline: Ongoing

The Teach@15 Award program helps

schools that serve grades 7-12 meet

their technology needs. Teens

(ages 13-18) who are registered

members on Teachat15.com can

nominate their schools to win a

Teach@15 Award. Starting

September 15, teen members can vote once a day for 15 days for one

nomination. Every 15 days, Best Buy

will award 3 schools with Best Buy

gift cards based on member votes.

The first place school will win $1,500,

second place $1,000, and third place


Inspiration Software Inc.
Cash scholarships for educators
for professional development

Intel Foundation

The PC Program &

Model School Program

Deadline: Ongoing


Intel's Education PC Program gives teachers, staff, students, and parents the opportunity to purchase high-quality educational computers at discounted prices. Schools and school districts are eligible.