The Peace First Challenge helps youth (aged 13–25) create and lead projects that address injustice in their community through compassion, courage, and collaborative leadership. All they have to do is upload a one-minute reel on their Instagram or TikTok profile, showing how young people are changing their communities for the better.
The nonprofit Kid Spark Education makes it possible for students of all backgrounds to learn and love STEM by providing Title I schools everything they need to encourage STEM learning in the classroom, free of charge.
GetEdFunding is a grant-finding resource sponsored by CDW•G that is dedicated to helping educators, schools, and other institutions identify the funding they need in budget-tight times. The website hosts thousands of education, classroom, and teacher grants and awards. It also displays funding opportunities from federal, state, regional, and community sources. Personalized search options define focus areas, twenty-first century themes and skills, and grade levels. If you are looking for funding to support STEM activities or contests to integrate into your curriculum, or need supplies to start innovative classroom projects, GetEdFunding has a funding source for you.
We Need Diverse Books (WNDB), a nonprofit advocacy group seeking to diversify the publishing industry, has rolled out an initiative to fight book bans with a grant program targeting schools and libraries in underserved communities.